September 7, 2009
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Reproducibles for the September 7, 2009 issue!
- TEST-PREP REPRODUCIBLE: The Ties That Bind
SKILL: Using a Venn Diagram
- SKILLS REPRODUCIBLE: First Amendment Pop-up
SKILL: Reading Comprehension
- TEACHER TO TEACHER: Dorothea Lange: Eye on America
SKILL: Visual Literacy
- CROSSWORD PUZZLE
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September 7, 2009: Table of Contents
Sports: It's Football Time
Archaeology: Cave Music
Animals: What's So Funny?
Numbers in the News
Debate: Cash for Good Grades?
Health: Food for Thought
is txting 2 much bad 4 u?
A new study finds that teens are texting more than ever. Why does this worry health experts?
PLUS: Quiz: Check Yourself
Welcome to the New U.K.
Immigrants are bringing unique traditions to this most traditional of places. Meet three teens from the "new" U.K. PLUS: Teen Diary
NEW: 21st-Century Governments in Action
The U.K.: Then and Now
The U.K. is only a small portion of what was once the mighty British Empire.
We Dared to Lead
How a dismal failure helped inspire the birth of the Constitution.
Making the Case
Read about three Supreme Court decisions that affect you.
American History Play
Eye on America
During the Great Depression, Dorothea Lange saw people who were hungry and in despair. So she picked up a camera and "told" their stories.
Mummies of the World
To find mummies, you need to know about location, one of the five themes of geography.
What Do You Know?
Word Wise; Cartoon; Eyewitness