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Seven Super Bowl Lesson Plans and Resources for the Classroom

This week, there might be a bit of Super Bowl energy and excitement running through your classroom, and there are a number of great ways to wrangle those murmurs into teachable moments.

This Sunday, February 3, the San Francisco 49ers will face the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl 47, and we here at Edutopia, like most football fans in Northern California, are excited to root for the hometown team. If you're looking for ways to incorporate the Super Bowl into your lessons, here are some links to resources around the Web. There's a little bit of every subject -- from media studies, to math, science, and the arts.

  • Five Ways to Teach the Super Bowl from NY Times Learning Network: Lessons and teaching strategies are based around five subject areas -- Science, Math, Media Studies, Language Arts, and History and Civics -- and cover a variety of relevant ideas, from statistics math lessons to critical analysis of Super Bowl ads.
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