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Rebuild Afghanistan's Giant Buddhas? Foot-Shaped Pillars Give Legs to Debate

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Rebuild Afghanistan's Giant Buddhas? Foot-Shaped Pillars Give Legs to Debate

Rebuild Afghanistan's Giant Buddhas? Foot-Shaped Pillars Give Legs to Debate - WSJ

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Why Afghan Women Risk Death to Write Poetry

The Kite Runner Editorial Resource- "Why Afghan Women Risk Death to Write Poetry" - NYTimes.com

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Afghan Girls, Scarred by Acid, Defy Terror, Embracing School

Inspiring story about an acid attack survivor in Afghanistan. Acid attacks are frequently used to intimidate or take revenge on women in Central Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Indian subcontinent for "crimes" such as attending school or refusing a marriage proposal.

from BBC News

Afghanistan: Before and after the Taliban

SAY SOMETHING READ ALOUD. Afghanistan: Before and after the Taliban Most of the Afghan communitty saw the Taliban overtake as a blessing. In the recent years to follow it showed to be a terrible thing and made Afganistan a hell on earth. With the help of great visual graphics we can take a look at the difference from before the Taliban took over and after.

from latimes.com

Runaway population growth often fuels youth-driven uprisings

These are just some statistics that I think are very interesting about Afghanistan. It says that the literary rate is 28%. This determines that women still to this day and children are not educated and are forced to work. This relates to Tambu and how she is so old and still does not have a full education.

Google Lit Trips allows students to tour the places where the characters they read about are living. This website has over 35 pre-created trips that teachers and students can download and run through Google Earth. The lit trips are easy to navigate and organized by grade level. The website also gives step by step instructions on how teachers can create their own lit trips, tips for using Google Earth and ideas for integrating Google Lit trips into your current curriculum.