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9. 5th Grade Research: Debatable Issues


Researching an Issue

Analyzing Arguments

Be an Upstander

An UPSTANDER is someone who speaks out and takes positive action to make it right when s/he recognizes that something is wrong or unjust in society. An upstander is socially responsible and protects people from being bullied or hurt. Many people in history are famous because they were upstanders. Malala Yousafzai advocated for education for females in Pakistan. Martin Luther King spoke on behalf of racism victims. Edith Cowman became the voice of woman rights. Eddy Mabo was famous for speaking up for aboriginal equality.

Debatable Issues