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Have you ever spoken out on a social issue? What's the difference between the two very similar verbs: (to) speak up and (to) speak out?
In today's reading activity, we read about
one of our
great national treasures, the Grand Canyon.
Click here for the reading and for a vocabulary list, your comprehension questions, and ideas for further research.
America completed yet another successful presidential election. Many people are puzzled about how presidential elections work in the United States. We often hear about the difference between the popular vote and the electoral college. According to the United States Constitution, it is the Electoral College that determines the winner of the presidential race.
Learn more about the electoral college and how your vote counts. Visit the National Archive's s website that explains everything you need to know about the electoral college.
Although spring 2012 has officially arrived, snow and snowstorms haven't yet finished showing their faces in many areas of the United States. Is it warm where you are? Is it warmer than usual? Is it cold? Is it coler than usual? Are you still getting snow where you are? Are you convinced yet that global warming is a reality? Send us your answers through our blog or Twitter us.
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