Camping trips can create life-long memories for families. But if you’re not a fan of roughing it in nature, this Next Big Thing is just for you!

Glamping has all the excitement of traditional camping, plus a few extra amenities that can make you feel right at home — designer-decorated luxury tents with a mini-fridge, a comfy bed, air-conditioning and even art supplies!

So what do you think — is glamping the Next Big Thing? Vote and tell us your opinion in the comments section below. Or submit your video comments to nbt@channelone.com. We will feature the results of the poll and some of your comments on the show!

Imagine going to a local clothing store … but you don’t find actual merchandise? Instead, a stylist greets you and helps you order the items you need, then has them delivered to your door. Nordstrom’s boutique showroom in Los Angeles is one of them.

The new retail concept aims to get people off the shopping sites and into actual stores, where they get to experience real-life customer service. Sephora is taking this trend high-tech with their virtual makeup consultation — a computer lets you try lipsticks and eyelashes without actually putting on any makeup. Then you get to shop the items right on the screen.

So what do you think — are no-merchandise stores the Next Big Thing? Vote and tell us your opinion in the comments section below. Or submit your video comments to nbt@channelone.com. We will feature the results of the poll and some of your comments on the show!

 

For all you arts and crafts lovers out there, Nintendo has a new gadget that allows you to customize your gaming experience! Bring your favorite games into the real world  by building your own cardboard add-ons. By the magic of technology, your DIY creations are then connected and become part of the game.

So what do you think — is cardboard gaming the Next Big Thing? Vote and tell us your opinion in the comments section below. Or submit your video comments to nbt@channelone.com. We will feature the results of the poll and some of your comments on the show!

1. Why did China have a special presentation at the closing Olympics ceremonies?

a. China is hosting the next Winter Olympics.
b. China supplied the Olympic torch for the games.
c. China won the most medals at the 2018 Olympics.
d. China had the most athletes walking in the closing ceremonies.

2. What is one way the job of carpentry has changed over time?

a. Today carpenters specialize.
b. Today carpenters need to be detail oriented.
c. Today carpenters work with a wide variety of materials.
d. Today carpenters work with other construction team members.

3. Why is it important for people to see themselves represented in movies like “Black Panther”?

a. It gives students a chance to learn exciting new information about Black History Month.
b. It can improve your self-image to see people like you portrayed in a positive light.
c. It allows people to experience what life is in different cultures around the world.
d. It motivates young people to pursue an acting career.

4. While observing chimps, what revolutionary discovery did Jane Goodall make?

a. She discovered chimps using names for each other.
b. She discovered chimps using tools like humans do.
c. She discovered chimps using sign language.
d. She discovered chimps counting objects.

5. Which of the following is a policy suggested by President Trump?

a. a ban on hunting rifles
b. a ban on handguns
c. a ban on violent video games
d. raising the age to purchase a firearm to 21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. a
2. c
3. b
4. b
5. d

In celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we’re unlocking this Channel One News interview with Malala Yousafzai. We’ve created a two-day mini unit lesson plan that ties together the interview, along with Malala’s speech on education delivered to the United Nation Youth Assembly. On day 2, students make a connection between Malala and Susan B. Anthony, with a close reading of Susan B. Anthony’s speech “Women’s Right to the Suffrage.”

Day 1

Watch: Channel One News Interview with Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai Transcript

Check for Understanding:

  • How did Malala manage to keep attending school after the Taliban took power?
  • What made Malala a target for the Taliban?
  • What are some of Malala’s accomplishments in the years following the shooting?

Read: Print copies for students to follow as they listen to Malala’s speech on education delivered to the United Nations Youth Assembly in July 2013.

Watch: Malala’s speech to the United Nation Youth Assembly

Check for Understanding:

  • What are the rights Malala is fighting for? Underline where you found this.
  • What obstacles currently prevent women and children from obtaining an education in some parts of the world?
  • What is Malala asking world leaders to do?

Argumentative Writing

In her address to the United Nations, Malala said, “One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Explain your thinking, using evidence from the videos and your own experience to support your response.

Day 2

Making a Connection: Invite students to consider the connection between Malala Yousafzai and notable women’s rights activist, Susan B. Anthony. In the 1800s, women in the United States had few legal rights and did not have the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony delivered the following speech after her arrest for casting an illegal vote in the presidential election of 1872. She was tried and then fined $100, but refused to pay.

Close Reading: Susan B Anthony’s speech, “On Women’s Right to Vote.”

Paragraph 1

Vocabulary:

  • suffrage (noun): the right to vote in political elections.
  • indictment (noun): a formal charge or accusation of a serious crime

Check for Understanding:

  • What is the purpose of Anthony’s speech? Underline it. What does she intend to prove in this speech?

Paragraphs 2-3

Vocabulary:

  • posterity (noun): future generations of people
  • ballot (noun): a system of voting, usually in writing and in secret

Check for Understanding:

  • What important historical document does Anthony reference to support her argument? Underline where you found this information.
  • Which words from this document does Anthony use to support her argument?

Paragraph 4

Vocabulary:

  • disenfranchisement: the prevention of a legal right
  • attainder: elimination of civil rights as punishment for treason or a felony
  • ex post facto: after the fact
  • posterity: all future generations
  • odious: extremely unpleasant
  • oligarchy: a small group of people having control over others
  • Saxon: Germanic tribes

Check for Understanding:

  • What legal rationale does Anthony uses to support her argument?
  • According to Anthony, why is “an oligarchy of sex” so detrimental to society?

Paragraph 5

Vocabulary:

  • Webster, Worcester and Bouvier: popular dictionaries
  • abridge: to reduce or lessen
  • immunities: protection under the law

Check for Understanding:

  • Why do you think Anthony includes the dictionary definition of “citizen,” instead of her own words?
  • In the final sentence, Anthony refers to 1870 passage of the 15th Amendment, granting African-Americans the right to vote in the U.S. How does this help support her argument?

Summary

  • Based on Anthony’s argument, does she make her case?
  • Which evidence do you think is the strongest?

Explanatory Writing

Compare and contrast Malala Yousafzai with Susan B. Anthony.

Additional Resources:

Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2014: Malala Yousafzai 

Biography of Susan B. Anthony

19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: Women’s Right to Vote

 

This Next Big Thing is any avid Instagrammer’s fantasy land! Art meets fun in an installation featuring 29 different rooms with 29 unique experiences like fashion and hanging lights. The goal is to celebrate creativity while allowing visitor to choose their own adventure, immerse themselves into the art experience and play!

Right now art installation funhouses are annual events in LA and New York. And they have become so popular, tickets sell out almost immediately.

So what do you think — are art installation funhouses the Next Big Thing? Vote and tell us your opinion in the comments section below. Or submit your video comments to nbt@channelone.com. We will feature the results of the poll and some of your comments on the show!