Summer is here! We’ve put together a list of stories that you can listen to this summer while you are walking in the park, at the beach, or working at your summer job. Some of these stories are not necessarily aligned to a curriculum, but are relevant or thought provoking. Summer is a good time to explore other topics and spark other interests.
Get ready to start listening to some great local and national public radio stories.
Enjoy Your Summer 2017 Listening List
How Sugar Changes the Brain
Art Museums Offer Tours for Blind Visitors
Eating Together Helps People Agree
Debate: Can Virtual Reality Make You More Empathetic?
Debate: Do Busy People Get More Things Done?
Debate: Should Teenagers be Allowed to Drive After Dark?
Debate: Should Fidget Spinners Be Allowed in Classrooms?
The World’s Happiest Nation
PB&J in NBA Locker Rooms
The Dogs of Capitol Hill
Making Lunch in Japan is High Stakes
Sounds and Engaging Teens in Listening Experiences
Teaching Millennial Police Officers to Communicate
Clash on Climate Change Beliefs within a Family
Debate: What Helps Students Learn Best? A Lesson from China
Debate: Do You Think Eve ryone has a Bias?
Debate: Does Social Media Affect Your Behavior?
Debate: How Can Social Media Help Save More Abandoned Dogs and Cats?
Debate: How Can Students Become Prepared to Spot Fake News?
Lessons to Explore as You Think About Back-to-School:
Henrietta Lacks and Patient Privacy
How Snow is Made
Black Women Math Heroes at NASA
Caffeine: Helpful or Harmful?
Growing Up in Revolutionary Iran- Persepolis
Anne Frank’s Father Attempted to Emigrate
Civil War’s First African-American Infantry
British Loyalists After the Revolutionary War
How the Weather Influenced ‘Frankenstein’
Totalitarianism in George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’
‘Don Quixote’ and Being A Dreamer
If you have favorite stories you don’t see here share with us on twitter @listenwiselearn and join the conversation #summerlistening.
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