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Student-Created Resources on Swine Flu

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Blogger and social studies/English teacher Larry Ferlazzo works hard to help his English-language learners stay on top of the news. He posted this week examples of some of the reports English-language learners in his classroom put together about swine flu. (Scroll down to the bottom of the entry.)

"I will tell to my family that we don't have to go to Mexico right now," writes Edgar in his report.

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Mary Ann,

We weren't rushed today, and students created fifteen more posters that look pretty good:



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