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June 1st: CNN started broadcasting
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June 2nd: Queen Elizabeth II was coronat...
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June 3rd: Rip Current Awareness Week
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June 4th: –Tiananmen Square massacre
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June writing prompts journal preview

  1. 1. Decimals (+) (-) JuneJuneJune Writing PromptWriting PromptWriting Prompt JournalJournalJournal
  2. 2. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ June 1st: CNN started broadcasting In 1980, a new news network began airing programs. Cable News Network was the first successful 24 hour news channel, and changed the way many people think about the news. Do you watch CNN? Where do you get your news from (newspapers, magazines, television, your friends…)? How important is news in your daily life?
  3. 3. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ June 2nd: Queen Elizabeth II was coronated In 1953, following the death of her father, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth II was coronated in Westminster Abbey. The 27 year old was crowned in an elaborate ceremony that was watched by millions of people over he world. What do you think of royalty? Would you like to be a king, queen, prince, or princess? Why or why not?
  4. 4. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ June 3rd: Rip Current Awareness Week Have you ever heard of a rip current? What is it and where might you experience a rip current? What should you do if you ever experience a rip current? If you don’t know the answers to these questions, do some re- search. Write a short educational speech about the dangers of rip currents and what to do if someone finds themselves caught in a rip current.
  5. 5. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ June 4th: –Tiananmen Square massacre In 1989, a series of protests against the Chinese government took place, most of which were centered in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. The protesters, many of whom were students, wanted more democracy, and stood against many members of the Communist Party in power. On June 4th, troops stormed the square, killing hundreds, and possibly thousands, of the protesters. This response by the Chinese government shocked most of the Western world. Do you believe any government has the right to kill people who are protesting? If so, under what circumstances? Is there anything you believe in strong enough that you would risk your life to protest?
  6. 6. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ June 5th: Robert Kennedy was assassinated Robert Kennedy, younger brother of President John Kennedy, served as the Attorney General in his brother’s cabinet, and later served in the U.S. Senate. In 1968, he was running for the Democratic Presidential nomina- tion when he was shot to death. The similarities to his older brother’s assassination five years before were upsetting, not least because many people felt the deaths of the two brothers was a loss not only of their lives, but of their tremendous potentials. What do you know about “Bobby” Kennedy? Use your research skills to learn more about him, and write about what you learned here.
  7. 7. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ June 6th: D-Day What was D-Day? Do you know someone that personally remembers D-Day? If so, interview them. If not, do some research on your own and write about what you’ve learned about D-Day.
  8. 8. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ June 7th: Daniel Boone Day Daniel Boone was an American pioneer and legendary folk hero. Find out about him and write a short biography about Boone.

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