This workbook provides a way to introduce younger children who may not remember 9/11 to the events of the day, as well as reactions of people to the news as the day went on. Timelines, information on the War on Terror, patriotism, war news, and other topics related to 9/11 are covered with interactive elements to help students relate 9/11 to their own lives, or listen to those who do remember what they felt. 48 reproducible pages, indexed, softcover.
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Review 1 for The Here & Now Reproducible Book of The Day That Was Different: September 11, 2001
Good, but beware of propaganda
Date:May 22, 2012
Location:Ballston Lake, NY
I carefully read this because I heard that public schools are leaving out the Islamic terrorist element of 9/11. This book mentions it, but tries to do so in such a "tolerant, sensitive" manner that they teach dangerously erroneous propaganda about the Islamic religion. True, we should not blame an entire people for the acts of a few. However, "fundamentalist" Islam is defined as being against killing, stealing, etc. Well, yes, if you are another Muslim! Not so for the "People of the Book" and infidels! I am going to rewrite pp. 16-17 for us. Based on this book, I would advise against buying this author's book on Islam.