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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Use the weekly Newsquiz to test your knowledge of stories you saw on CNN Student News
  • Use the clues to figure out the word or phrase that is being described
  • Write your answers in the space provided
  • Today's Newsquiz includes the Media Literacy Question of the Day

(CNN Student News) -- March 25, 2011

Media Literacy Question of the Day

What do you think might be the value of understanding media literacy for people who deal with the news media on a daily basis?

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Get a clue -- Use each of the following clues to figure out the word or phrase that is being described from stories you saw on CNN Student News this week. Write your answers in the space provided.

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1. Ban Ki-moon, the secretary-general of this organization, said on Thursday that he saw no signs of a cease-fire in Libya.

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2. Some rescue workers use these animals to search for survivors of natural disasters.

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3. Testing of tap water in this capital city showed radioactive material at a level that's considered unsafe for infants.

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4. The decline of the U.S. auto industry may have been a factor in this city's 25% drop in population over the last decade.

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5. Anthony Robles won a national championship in this sport despite being born with only one leg.

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6. Twenty-two years ago this week, this oil tanker caused a massive spill when it ran aground in Alaska.

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7. A school in Florida is at the center of controversy over its plan to address a student's allergy to these legumes.

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8. This wireless carrier announced this week that it plans to buy T-Mobile USA for $39 billion.

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9. This former U.S. Supreme Court justice celebrates her 81st birthday on Saturday.

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10. This U.S. city installed free, outdoor gyms to encourage people to exercise.

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