Objective: Students will read news articles on current events. Students will answer and create Wh-type questions based on the reading. Location: Modern Genocide. Objective: Students will reflect on their learning of WWII and the Holocaust and connect the Holocaust to the concept of modern genocide.
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Current Events for Kids
Fourth grade Current Events Lessonplans, homework, quizzes
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Current Event Exercise
Huge amounts of plastic waste have spilled from a burning ship off the coast of Sri Lanka. The waste is covering the country's best known beaches with plastic. A cleanup effort has begun, but there are worries that the pollution could grow worse. In today's news roundup, Belarus forces a plane to land in order to arrest a reporter, soldiers in Mali remove government leaders for the second time in nine months, and an airplane pilot in Australia falls asleep for 40 minutes while flying.
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