- 9 Questions About Syria You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask (Washington Post)
- A Broader Look at the War Across Syria (New York Times)
- Syria Behind the Lines (PBS FrontLine)
- Syria Conflict (BBC News)
- Syria's Civil War: Key Facts, Important Players (CBC News)
- The One Map That Shows Why Syria Is So Complicated (Washington Post)
- The Press and the Syria Debate: Neither Neutral Nor Balanced (The Atlantic)
- Two Years of the Syrian Conflict, In Photos (MSNBC)
- Your Cheat Sheet to the Syrian Conflict (PBS NewsHour)
The Choices Program out of Brown University has put together a Teaching with the News lesson on The Conflict in Syria. In it, students are challenged to research the issue from a variety of perspectives and then consider the challenges facing the international community.
Mike Gwaltney, a history teacher from Portland, Oregon has taken a different approach with the conflict. His lesson, which includes links to three essential documents, asks students to consider 'Who Chooses War in a Constitutional Democracy?'.