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Can Leetso and Hozho' Coexist?
Uranium Education for Middle School Students

Is reclamation really possible?

Project #4 (Prepare a position paper - letter to editor or editorial - that deals with the question: Is reclamation possible? Include past, present and future examples.)

Video introduction: Reclamation of mines

Guest speaker: From mine reclamation office

Student: Research in library and on internet about reclamation

Demonstration: How to write a letter to the editor
How to write an editorial

Student: Write position paper
Review a peer's paper
Edit and rewrite position paper
Submit paper to newspaper
			
			

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