CNN Student News - August 15, 2013

CNN Student News - 8/15/13
CNN Student News - 8/15/13


    CNN Student News - 8/15/13


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August 15, 2013
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Media Literacy Question of the Day:
Why do you think that some journalists are willing to potentially put themselves in harm's way to cover news stories?
Key Concepts: Identify or explain these key terms or places you heard in today's show:
1. Egypt
2. natural born citizen
3. performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs)
Fast Facts: How well were you listening to today's program?
1. Who is the current U.S. secretary of state?
2. What are the eligibility criteria for U.S. president?
3. Angela Merkel is the leader of what country?
Discussion Questions:
1. Why do you think the international community is so concerned about events in Egypt?
2. Why do you think that the Founding Fathers established the specific presidential eligibility criteria found in the U.S. Constitution? What is your opinion of these criteria? Explain.
3. Why do you think that performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) are illegal? Does hearing that an athlete has been accused of using PEDs affect your opinion of him or her? If so, how? If not, why not?
4. What information do you think world leaders might learn from interacting with citizens? How might a leader use this kind of information?
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