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I want to thank our users who have stood by us while we get our act together. This last year has been a tough one for the SEE team, but we are dedicated to ramping up SEEdebate.org during this 2013 summer. Be sure to bookmark us and come back in Sept. 2013 for many pleasant improvements!

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Why teach with SEEdebate?

SEEdebate gives teachers a place to easily find constantly updated material for the students, and gives students a place to discuss topics that have a real impact on their lives.

  • Created BY teachers, FOR teachers
  • Encourages students to learn from current events
  • Builds appreciation for citizenship development
  • Gives content, rubrics, tips
  • Connects the world to the textbook
  • Helps develop internet literacy
  • Develops media savvy
  • Supports appreciation for various viewpoints
  • Provides busy teachers with dynamic content
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What are you teaching right now?

SEEdebate has over 3 years worth of hand-picked articles from around the globe, complete with discussion prompts and reference links unique to each article.

General Social Studies - view the list of sub-categories the articles are organized into like World Civ., Law, History, Government and more.

Current Events - view the list of articles posted by date, starting with most recent.

Geography

Economics

Science

Click here to peruse all the categories that we've organized the articles into.

EXAMPLES OF SUBJECTS AREAS COVERED

US HISTORY WORLD CIV
GEOGRAPHY ECONOMICS
TECH & SCIENCE ENVIRONMENT
HEALTH WORLD AFFAIRS

THE LATEST HIGHLY ACTIVE DISCUSSIONS

Mom hit with 222G fine for downloading, sharing music

This article was posted over 3 years ago and it remains one of the most often-assigned articles for student discussion. Students also choose to comment on this one when it's not assigned.

School drug tests coming: Finney High School receives federal grant for random screenings of some students.

This topic never gets old. Students also choose to comment on this one when it's not assigned.