February 7, 2011

Reproducibles for the February 7, 2011 issue!

PowerPoint Slide Show

Learn more about the history of China 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

February 7, 2011: Table of Contents

PAGE 2: In the News
World Cultures: A Mummy Comeback
Civil War: Pride and Prejudice
Mysteries: Has Amelia Been Found?
Environment: Save the Ants!

PAGE 6: JS Spotlight
Constitution 101

Americans treasure their constitutional rights—but how much do they really know about the document? Here’s a JS guide to the most notable amendments.

PAGE 9: News Debate
Do School Libraries Still Need Printed Books?

PAGE 10: Cover Story
The China Challenge

China is booming, and millions of its young people are getting ready to compete in the global economy.
Plus: China’s government
MapSearch: China

PAGE 16: World History
Made in China

A look at some of the remarkable inventions from ancient China.

PAGE 18: American History Play
“This Means War!”

The Civil War: After decades of fierce debate over slavery, the North and South came to blows in 1861.
Plus: Civil War chronology

PAGE 22: Geoskills
Power Shift

What do the 2010 Census results mean for your state and the nation?

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

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