Category Archives: Current Events
You can try as many times as you want. http://www.quia.com/quiz/3414124.html 80 questions – they will appear in the same order each time you begin.
Click here for the segment that we watched in class today.
To view the documentary, click here. Copy and paste these questions into a blog post on your personal blog (not the Panther dashboard). As you watch the video, complete the questions. SPG counts / category = Frontline / include … Continue reading
PBS Frontline has produced an excellent documentary about you and your generation. To watch the documentary (in 6 chapters), click here. Copy and paste the following questions into a new post on your blog. As you watch the video – answer … Continue reading
Issue: Iraq / Afghanistan – Write a 150 word blog post about the issue of Iraq & Afghanistan foreign policy. See the links below to get the candidate’s positions straight from their own web sites. Support your argument with facts from the … Continue reading
Issue: Taxes – Write a 150 word blog post about your opinion on the issue of taxes. Do you favor the Obama position – cut taxes on all households making $250K or less and raise taxes on the wealthiest income earners to pay … Continue reading
Issue: Universal Health Care – “Sicko” – write a 150 word blog post about the issue of universal healthcare – a system in which all US citizens have health insurance coverage provided to them through a system funded by the US government. Do … Continue reading
An estimation of what the total costs of the Iraq war could end up being. 2 trillion dollars and, by some accounts, possibly more. A thought provoking essay on how that money could have been used on other priorities of national importance. An eye-opening piece, no matter what … Continue reading
If you have already made a “class participation” comment on this post, you do NOT have to comment on the “Pendleton Primary” post. Although you can post a comment on both if you want. B2 class got into this topic yesterday – … Continue reading
A piece of his final speech from April 3, 1968. He was killed the next day. Robert Kennedy was killed a month later. The war in Vietnam continued for another 7 years…