(CNN Student News) -- August 20, 2013
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Media Literacy Question of the Day:
Why might it be important to know who is funding a video that promotes a cause?
Key Concepts: Identify or explain these subjects you heard about in today's show:
1. storm front
2. Korean War
3. texting while driving
Fast Facts: How well were you listening to today's program?
1. In what year was an armistice signed between North and South Korea to suspend their armed conflict?
2. An award-winning film director recently produced a documentary warning people about what danger?
3. In the U.S. music industry, what is the category for a single or album that sells 10 million copies or more?
1. Do you think that planned reunions between separated North and South Korean families will have an impact on their countries' relations? Why or why not?
2. Do videos about the dangers of texting while driving change people's driving behavior? What were your thoughts on what students said about this issue? In your opinion, what else could be done to discourage drivers from texting? Explain.
3. What was your impression of the music played on a cell phone in today's report? Do you think it will soon be common to play music professionally on cell phones? Why or why not?
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