Teaching and Learning Resources

Teaching and Learning Resources

Free News for You issue on the Census
Articles written for emergent readers on why the Census is important, a Census timeline, how many people plan to respond, how the Census Bureau is working to keep lies and rumors from spreading online, and jobs with the Census Bureau. People can also download a Teacher’s Guide with suggested lesson plan and exercises for the issue. The articles include sentence-by-sentence audio, popup vocabulary definitions, and bonus interactive exercises.
ProLiteracy
Tu tambien Cuentas
One-minute video in Spanish encouraging Census participation
National Latino Evangelical Coalition
We Count
Video in English with diverse speakers explaining why the Census is important
Rock the Vote
Classroom Resources listing
(Stand Up and Be Counted campaign)
New England Literacy Resource Center at World Education
Census 2020 Civics Curriculum
Low beginning through high intermediate levels
Division of Adult and Continuing Education, LA Unified School District
Know Your Rights
printable information cards
Central Valley Immigrant
Integration Collaborative
Census basics materials:
Am I Required to Respond
The Census Questions
Avoiding Fraud and Scams
Census Takers in My Neighborhood
U. S. Census Bureau
Fact Sheet on Race & Origin Questions Center on Poverty and Inequality, Georgetown
YouTube video collection
English and Spanish informational videos
U. S. Census Bureau
The U. S. Census videoVOA Learning English
What’s the Census and Why’s It
So Important?
video
NBC News Explains
Guidelines for Partners Supporting Self-Response
for assisting adult learners with completion of the Census form
U. S. Census Bureau
2020 Census Adult English Learner Activities
The Census and Apportionment
How the Census Helps My Community
Celebrating Diversity in Our
Community

What’s Next?
U. S. Census Bureau
2020 Census Adult ESL Educator
Guide
U. S. Census Bureau
2020 Census Resources for Adult
Education

U. S. Citizenship Podcast
U. S. Census Bureau
2010 Census Adult ESL Teaching GuideU. S. Census Bureau
Discussion on Digital Literacy to Prepare Adult Learners for the 2020 Census LINCS Community
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