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(CNN Student News) -- October 9, 2009

Media Literacy Question of the Day

What forms of media have you used to obtain information about the H1N1 virus? In your opinion, what types of media have been the most effective in presenting information about the virus?

Name that noun - Use the following clues to identify people, places or things that were mentioned on CNN Student News this week. Fill in your answers in the space provided.

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1. She is the first person with a disability to be honored with a statue in the U.S. Capitol.

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2. This country indicated that it is willing to rejoin negotiations about its controversial nuclear program.

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3. A new government study indicates that one in 91 U.S. children has a form of this medical disorder.

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4. This South American city will host the 2016 Olympic Games.

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5. The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a case regarding whether or not a cross honoring veterans should be removed from this national preserve.

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6. Typhoon Parma slammed into this country one week after it was struck by Typhoon Ketsana.

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7. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta contracted this virus while reporting on the war in Afghanistan.

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8. The goal of NASA's LCROSS mission is to intentionally crash two spacecraft into this celestial body.

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9. This U.N. agency is focused on the global protection of children's rights.

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10. President Barack Obama is holding a series of meetings to discuss the U.S. approach to the war in this country.

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