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  • What Was Apartheid? - … possible, students can play the songs for the class or read the lyrics. Have students play the songs to the class …
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  • Soldiers in Somalia - … . Revisit and Reflect Have students meet in small groups to read their letters aloud to one another. Students should listen critically …
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  • Mock Television News Program - … Accord. (Remind them to attribute all the quotes.) Have students read aloud and tape the sound bites, and, if they wish …
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  • Environmental Protection - … Web site. Have them view Clips #4 and #5 and read the attached information, then ask them to record what two …
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  • Is Violence the Answer? - … , to prepare a creative work PDF Before Exploring Have students read the following quotation from Clip #7 of The Battle for …
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  • Reversal of Fortune - … . Using newspaper archives and other on-line resources, students can read about the candidates and make a list of their personal …
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  • Who Gains from the Pipeline? - … the benefits of the pipeline to that area. Students can read one another's essays to compare perceptions of the project …
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  • Lougheed and Trudeau - … Once the persuasive essays have been completed, have some students read their essay to the class. Generate a discussion about the …
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  • Resolving Constitutional Issues - … present its issue and its recommendations for resolution, and to read its position statement about how to achieve the proposals. The …
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  • Changing the Future for Aboriginals - … Erasmus mentions in his speech. Outline the Opportunity Have students read the text of Erasmus's speech, available under Links on …
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