Try these activities to get your students thinking and talking about important current events stories from the past month.
Do you use any on-demand apps? Why would you choose to use – or not use – one? Would you want to work for any of the apps you have used? Why or why not?
What does it mean to say that the African American story is the American story? What exhibits at this museum would you be interested in seeing, and why?
Do you think it’s fair for the Wells Fargo executive to get her retirement package? Try to come up with reasons for why she should and should not get the payout.
Would you feel safe in a self-driving car? Why or why not? What other technology could be added to self-driving cars to make them as safe as possible?
What are some of the steps you can take right now to help combat superbugs? Why would these steps help?
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