- Who are the people/places involved?
- What issues/resources are involved?
- Describe on cause or one reason Why this event happened where it did.
- What are some possible consequences (things that could happen) to this place as a result of the event?
- What other places in the world could be affected by this event and how?
- Explain how or why a core democratic value is related to this article?
- Choose one or more of the 6 Core Economic Principles and explain how they relate to your article. Use examples from the article to explain them.
So, Saving Black History is supposed to fulfill all the requirements for this worksheet. Oh, I know, it's to get the kids thinking, but I think that it's really to get the parents thinking about how to strangle a teacher! He's in 4th grade! Those answers on the sheet sure didn't come from him! It's really a test on "How dumb are your parents?" or "How can we get parents to do their kid's homework?" Oh, I'm not supposed to? Shucks, I thought for sure.....Spring is in the air. Yay! The snow is melting and the birds are singing and the racoons have returned to stealing my birdfeeder. Everytime I put it out and forget to bring it in at night, the racoons remove it from it's chain and D-clip. Then they dump all the seed on the ground and leave. The birds love it, but I don't want the seed on the ground! Oh, I also saw an opposum run across the driveway when I came home from church one night. And a rabbit is visiting us. Yup, we sure got critters alright!