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Today, you can see events such as floods, battles, or spacecraft launches as they are happening. A hundred years ago, this would not have been possible. How do you think modern technology ( tv, computers, the internet)makes you think differently about this kind of event than people who lived a hundred years ago did?

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posted by Ms. Sue
2. i don't know like how to explain.. i don't understand the question

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3. The question is asking you to think about how people learned the news 100 years ago. How did they feel about the news then? How is it different today with tv, computers, and the internet? Do you think we view these events in a different way than people did in the early 1900s?

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