Students reviewed the types of governments today, and we also read an article about Malala Yousafzai. You may have heard of her - or her book: I Am Malala. I asked for this book for Christmas. I don't know if I'm going to get it or not though... And now I'm a little annoyed that I asked for it, because that means I can't start reading it RIGHT NOW, and I'm ready to start a new book.
...First world problem, right?
You may be able to view the article by clicking on this link. I hope somebody tries it and tells me what happens, because I'm not sure what it will look like from your end - and I want to know.
I had a meeting during my prep - when I generally write the blog - so I'm going to cut this short.
If you're reading this with an adult, discuss the Malala article we read today. Discuss what happened to her and why it happen. When you're done, find a piece of paper and write a couple sentences about your discussion. What do your parents think about it? Compare that to what you think. Would you have continued to go to school if you were in her shoes?
When you're done, have your parents sign the paper.
If you weren't in school today, google Malala and see what you can find.