CNN Student News - August 22, 2013

CNN Student News - 8/22/13
CNN Student News - 8/22/13


    CNN Student News - 8/22/13


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August 22, 2013
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Media Literacy Question of the Day:
Under what circumstances might a company want to talk to the media? When might a company want to avoid doing so?
Key Concepts: Identify or explain these subjects from today's show:
1. civil war
2. radiation
3. social media
Fast Facts: How well were you listening to today's program?
1. Each side in the Syrian conflict accuses the other of using what kind of weapons, in violation of international law?
2. What pair of natural disasters caused meltdowns at a Japanese nuclear power plant in 2011?
3. What university offered basketball player Zach Hodskins a preferred walk-on spot on its team next season?
Discussion Questions:
1. Do you think that the international community should take further action regarding Syria's civil war? Why or why not?
2. Why do you think there has been debate over whether humans have caused climate change? What factors might cause climate change across the globe? Do you think humans will be able to reverse current climate trends? Why or why not?
3. Do you think that Internet access is a "human right," as Facebook's founder suggests? What challenges might exist in providing global Internet access?
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