Channel One News anchors travel the country and the world to bring a global perspective to your students. We’ve gathered some of our richest content focused on various geographic regions, ethnicities and cultures. Available to subscribers only, these collections of videos and lesson plans introduce students to global perspectives. Every day, our anchors are landing somewhere new, and we’ll be expanding our offerings as their stories get filed.
Available to subscribers only, these videos and lesson plans — three week’s worth of curriculum content — introduce students to various Latin American cultures, geography, history and geopolitical issues, and ties this history to young people’s lives today. Students will get to know the Aztecs, Frida Kahlo, Cesar Chavez, and Latino immigrants in America. Take a closer look at Cuba, Panama, Honduras, and Mexico — and awe-inspiring sites, like the Panama Canal and the Mesoamerican Coral Reef. Recommended for grades 6–12. Review content for lower grades.
This collection of videos and lesson plans focused on the lives of African Americans throughout our nation’s history, through the lens of young people’s lives today. These 20 videos and slideshows (and counting!) explore civil rights history and politics, as well as African-American arts and culture, providing at least four weeks worth of content for an African-American studies short course. Recommended for grades 6-12. Review content for lower grades.
These videos and lesson plans introduce students to various Asian cultures, geography, history and geopolitical issues for a six-week-long short course. The collected lesson plans help connect the history, people and modern-day issues of Asia to young people’s lives today. Recommended for grades 6–12. Review content for lower grades.