WXXI-WORLD Channel: Learn At Home Schedules

WXXI-WORLD Channel: Learn At Home Schedules

Mon, 01/04/2021 - 12:00pm - Fri, 12/31/2021 - 5:00pm

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WXXI-WORLD will continue to provide interesting programming for middle and high school students. WXXI Education will be providing connected learning resources for educators and caregivers to utilize with students while watching the broadcast. We will continue to update this page with useful learning resources, such as discussion questions and writing prompts, as well as supporting PBS LearningMedia tools. 



Weekly Schedules | Reflection & Discussion Questions | PBS LearningMedia Tools



WXXI-World Learn At Home Weekly Schedules
Each weekly PBS World schedule includes a brief description of the program or series airing, grade level(s) the programming is appropriate for, and links to connected content in PBS LearningMedia (i.e. lessons, extension activities, resources). You can also view the World Channel's schedule online: See the WORLD Channel 12pm-5pm Week Days

Download the schedules below in PDF format with live clickable links:

January Schedules:

February Schedules:


Reflection & Discussion Questions 
WXXI Education has created reflection and discussion questions for students to use after watching an episode in the Learn At Home broadcast. 

>> Learning Connections Printable is a student handout for grades 4-12 to be used with any PBS World program. Students can use this handout while watching or post-viewing to check for comprehension. 

>> Discussion Questions Printable is a series of discussion questions on cards that can be used at home to check for understanding and create opportunities for conversation around programming. 


PBS LearningMedia New York
WXXI Education pulled together a series of helpful PBS LearningMedia resources to support on-air programming (including tutorials for how to use PBS LearningMedia). 

>> PBS LearningMedia New York Learning Support Resources


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