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Discussed in the show:
1:32: Reflections on President Joe Biden's Atlanta speech and his presidency so far.
31:26: Weekly listener question: My fellow social studies teachers and I have created a media literacy unit for our seventh-graders, but we're struggling to winnow down the endless topics and skills that fit in this category. We can also tell some stuff is too complex for that age group. So I'm curious what y'all think would be the most important topics or skills to cover in a unit like that?
43:38: Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin and mask mandates.
50:18: Media recommendations for the week. (And click here for all of the Roundtable's media recommendations, ever.)
This week's links:
- "Remarks by President Biden on Protecting the Right to Vote" (transcript)
- "Citing Debunked CDC Research, Virginia School Districts Vow To Defy Youngkin on Mask Mandates," by Robby Soave
- "Poll: Democrats Drop and Republicans Rise, but the Real Juice Is With the Independents," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
- "'Don't Declare a Mandate. Because You Don't Have One.'," by Nick Gillespie
- "Joe Biden's $11 Trillion Plan To Bankrupt America" (video)
Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your social media handle and the correct pronunciation of your name.
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Audio production by Ian Keyser
Assistant production by Regan Taylor
Music: "Angeline," by The Brothers Steve