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Hurricane Katrina

Having killed more then 1,836 people and causing $100 billion preliminary damage, Hurricane Katrina was the costliest hurricane of 2005 and one of the five deadliest in United States history.

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What is the difference between fact and opinion

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Hurricanes Typhoons and Cyclones

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Hurricanes Typhoons and Cyclones

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What is a satire

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Newspapers and Magazines

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Hurricane Katrina

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What is a satire

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TV Shows and Series

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What is a satire

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Why might a writer choose to use satire

What are the telling details of a piece of media

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Hurricane Katrina

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With which statement would the author most likely agree

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TV Shows and Series

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With which statement would the author most likely agree

What are the telling details of a piece of media

What kind of news story does objective reporting usually produce

Why is satire considered controversial

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Hurricane Katrina

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What kind of news story does objective reporting usually produce

What is an example of biased reporting

Which is an example of biased reporting

Which example from Top of the Food Chain is an appeal to pathos

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Hurricane Katrina

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With which statement would the author most likely agree

What are the telling details of a piece of media

What kind of news story does objective reporting usually produce

Why is satire considered controversial

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Hurricane Katrina

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A reader who's invested and emotionally involved in the story

What kind of news story does objective reporting usually produce

How is the stated message of a medium different from the implied message

Which is an example of biased reporting

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Hurricane Katrina

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What was the only uplifting part of covering Hurricane Katrina according to 'Witness to the Tragedy

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What is most likely the overall purpose of Hope Survives in Search for Katrina's Missing

According to the national geographic video when did the national guard arrive in new Orleans

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Hurricane Katrina

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What was the only uplifting part of covering Hurricane Katrina according to 'Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Hope Survives in Search for Katrina's Missing

According to the national geographic video when did the national guard arrive in new Orleans

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Hurricane Katrina

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What was the only uplifting part of covering Hurricane Katrina according to 'Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Hope Survives in Search for Katrina's Missing

According to the national geographic video when did the national guard arrive in new Orleans

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Hurricane Katrina

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What was the only uplifting part of covering Hurricane Katrina according to 'Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Hope Survives in Search for Katrina's Missing

According to the national geographic video when did the national guard arrive in new Orleans

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Newspapers and Magazines

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Why did different newspapers report the destruction of the battleship Maine so differently

What statement about the news explains why news stories differ from one news outlet to another

How do news blogs differ from other news media outlets

For which of the following reasons do different news media outlets cover the same events in different ways

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Hurricane Katrina

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What was the only uplifting part of covering Hurricane Katrina according to 'Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Hope Survives in Search for Katrina's Missing

According to the national geographic video when did the national guard arrive in new Orleans

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Hurricane Katrina

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What was the only uplifting part of covering Hurricane Katrina according to 'Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Witness to the Tragedy

What is most likely the overall purpose of Hope Survives in Search for Katrina's Missing

According to the national geographic video when did the national guard arrive in new Orleans

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Newspapers and Magazines

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Why did different newspapers report the destruction of the battleship Maine so differently

What statement about the news explains why news stories differ from one news outlet to another

How do news blogs differ from other news media outlets

For which of the following reasons do different news media outlets cover the same events in different ways

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