9/11 Heroes: Famous People – In this lesson, students are reminded about all of the efforts that were made to save lives on September 11th. Students discuss the various roles of the emergency workers and write a thank you note to a local hero.
September 11th: Famous Things – Students read about the major events that occurred on September 11th when the US was attacked. This lesson includes comprehension and discussion questions, vocabulary review, and a memory page activity.
Cancer: Health Matters – Many rescue workers later got cancer from inhaling debris and toxins from the collapsing towers. In this lesson, students learn 6 Myths about Cancer. They practice new vocabulary and pronunciation, and perform role plays with a doctor and a “hypochondriac”.
Pentagon: Famous Places – The Pentagon is the home of the United States Department of Defense. It has almost four million square feet of office space, which is more than any other office building in the world.
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