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Luke and Alexander did a survey on problems of the world today. They asked 100 people what to their opinion are the worst problems in the world today. What do you think were their answers? Write five of the worst problems. Prevod

Do you agree with the answers in the above survey?
What do you think? Write your own list of the problems into your notebook.
Show it to the teacher.
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A Brave Pakistani Schoolgirl

This is a story about a brave Pakistani girl who became well-known all over the world. Quickly go through the text. What three topics does it deal with? Click them. Prevod

Malala Yousafzai was born in 1997. She lived with her family in Mingora, a town in Pakistan. At that time the Taliban (Islamic extremists) took over in the region where she lived. They banned television, music, girls’ schools, and women going shopping. People could no longer watch the news and girls could no longer go to school. Girls and women had to be at home most of the time. That is not all. The Taliban killed thousands of people and destroyed thousands of homes, schools, farms etc.

When Malala was 11, she started writing a blog for the BBC. Because they worried about her safety, she had to use a pseudonym. She wrote about life under the Taliban, about the violence, about how fewer girls came to school, and about the closings of schools. She saw many horrible things. In time, she became a well-known activist. She gave many interviews for newspapers and magazines in countries all over the world and she appeared on many national and international televisions. Then everything changed.

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