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Disasters put focus on regulations
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Learning standard: ■Comprehending and evaluating the content and artistic aspects of oral and visual presentations.
■Responding to a variety of written, visual and electronic texts by making connections to students' personal lives and the lives of others; posing social science questions
Grade Level: Middle grades and up.
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