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(CNN Student News) -- September 11, 2008

1. According to the segment, what scientific experiment took place yesterday deep underground beneath the French-Swiss border, and why was it significant?

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2. According to the program: What are some of the goals of this experiment? What concerns do some people have about the project?

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3. How much did this experiment cost? Do you think that the potential benefits of this experiment are worth the cost? State your rationale.

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4. What happened on September 11, 2001?

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5. Has your life changed as a result of the 9/11 attacks? Explain. Do you think that the U.S. and the international community have changed as a result of these attacks?

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6. According to the program: What 9/11 memorial service took place today at the Pentagon? How are some people in New York and Arizona commemorating the anniversary of 9/11?

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7. What is your opinion of the 9/11 memorial at the Pentagon? If you were designing a memorial to commemorate the 9/11 attacks, where would it be located and what would it look like?

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8. According to the program, how many young people are diagnosed with cancer every year? Does this number surprise you? Why or why not?

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9. What type of cancer did Kennedy Bougher have, and for how long did she receive treatment for it? What action has Bougher taken to help others with cancer? What inspired her to do this work?

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10. Do you know anyone who has battled cancer? If so, how did the disease impact their lives and the lives of their loved ones?

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