September 6, 2010

Reproducibles for the September 6, 2010 issue!

PowerPoint Slide Show

Learn more about some of the challenges the President—and the nation—face in the year ahead by clicking here to view our slide show.

Teacher's Edition

You can download this issue's Teacher's Edition here. (Please note that the answer key has been removed from the Teacher's Edition available online.)

Online Resources

September 6, 2010: Table of Contents

PAGE 2: In the News
Environment: Beyond the Cleanup
Adventure: On Top of the World
The Internet: How Private Is Facebook?
Books: A Classic Turns 50

PAGE 6: Cover Story
Obama's In-Box
A look at some of the challenges the President-and the nation-face in the year ahead.

PAGE 9: News Debate
Should the U.S. Ban Offshore Drilling?

PAGE 10: JS Spotlight
Big Dreams in Mexico
Meet Sandra Gómez Pablo, a teen who lives near Mexico City. How does her life compare with yours?
Plus: Mexico's government

PAGE 14: MapSearch
A Mexico news map

PAGE 16: American History Play
"We Are Americans Too!"
Seen as security risks, 115,000 Japanese-Americans were rounded up during World War II and sent to internment camps far from home.

PAGE 20: World History
Was King Tut Murdered?
Call it CSI: Ancient Egypt. Scientists investigate the mystery of how the 19-year-old pharaoh really died.
Plus: How to Make a Mummy

PAGE 22: GeoSkills
It's All About Location
You can rely on your GPS most of the time, but knowing about latitude and longitude can really come in handy.

PAGE 24: The Back Page
Cartoon Corner/Words to Know

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