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Newsquiz: Week of March 15

STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Identify people, places and things from events in this week's news
  • Write your answers in the space provided
  • Today's Newsquiz includes the Media Literacy Question of the Day

(CNN Student News) -- March 19, 2010

Media Literacy Question of the Day

What news stories have you seen regarding the health care reform issue? Do you think that there are any stories around this topic that you haven't been told? Explain.

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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. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton traveled to this city, in part, to work on a nuclear weapons treaty.

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2. Residents of the Midwestern U.S. were stacking sandbags in hopes of keeping this river at bay.

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3. The USNS Comfort returned to the U.S. after spending nearly two months helping out earthquake victims in this nation.

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4. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is proposing that this organization make a rule linking postseason play to graduation rates.

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5. Sal Kahn posts math and science tutorials on this Web site.

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6. President Barack Obama is pushing for a major overhaul of this education law.

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7. The reopening of a synagogue in this city increased tension between Israelis and Palestinians.

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8. Recipients of this academic honor are invited to study at Oxford University in England.

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9. New billboards in this country use facial recognition technology to personalize digital ads.

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10. Science teacher Natalie Randolph took a job coaching this sport at Calvin Coolidge Senior High School.

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