(CNN Student News) -- September 17, 2013
Today's show begins with a report on a shooting at a U.S. Navy facility in the nation's capital. We also share the results of a U.N. investigation into chemical weapons in Syria, and we hear how residents react to severe flooding in Colorado. Plus, as America marks Constitution Day, CNN Student News tests students' knowledge of the historic document with our Constitution quiz.
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Media Literacy Question of the Day:
What challenges might journalists face in reporting on news as it happens? What could they do to verify information in situations of breaking news?
Key Concepts: Identify or explain these subjects you heard about in today's show:
2. war crime
3. U.S. Constitution
Fast Facts: How well were you listening to today's program?
1. What is known about a shooting that happened at the Washington Navy Yard yesterday?
2. In what country did the Mount Sinabung volcano erupt?
3. Who is known as the "Father of the U.S. Constitution"?
1. What questions remain unanswered about a shooting at the Washington Navy Yard? How do you think law enforcement is searching for answers to these questions?
2. What do you think might be some of the damage associated with massive flooding in Colorado and Mexico? What do you think might be some of the priorities for officials and survivors of flooding? What kinds of repairs and recovery efforts might be needed in the long term?
3. Why might it be important for a government to establish a written constitution? What do you think has contributed to the U.S. Constitution's longevity?
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