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  1. page Nonfiction Aritcles edited ... Many Americans are uneasy about dining on insects. That's not the case in the rest of the worl…
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    Many Americans are uneasy about dining on insects. That's not the case in the rest of the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations estimates that some 2 billion people regularly eat bugs. Among the world's most commonly eaten bugs are beetles, caterpillars, bees, wasps and ants, as well as grasshoppers, locusts and crickets.
    "I initially got interested in eating bugs when I went to Thailand in 2006," said Kevin Bachhuber, founder of Big Cricket Farms. "I was like, 'This is really delicious.'" Insects Are Easier On The Environment Than Livestock
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    Jonas House studies human geography at a university in England. He studied insect- based products in the Netherlands and found that convincing people to try bugs once is not enough to win them over forever. Instead, he said, people will ask: "Does it fit into my diet? Can I find it in shops? Can I afford it? And does it taste nice?" Figuring Out The Logistics Of Farming Insects
    A small group of bug-loving citizens such as Bachhuber has seized the opportunity. They're now marketing products such as protein bars full of cricket flour. Some of these snacks have made it to shelves of national grocery stores such as Whole Foods Market.
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    If you want a job in robotics and AI, a degree in a science is essential. You should study computer science, math, physics or even neuroscience. Everybody should also learn programming. If you are graduating soon, it is a really good time to be entering this area. AI is a hot field at the moment in terms of career openings. There is a lot of interest, particularly in machine learning and computer vision. Those are two areas of AI that have really taken off. There are also lots of AI startups. These companies fill a gap in the market by selling expertise in the field to large companies.
    Murray Shanahan is professor of cognitive robotics at Imperial College, London, England. He was an official adviser for the science fiction film "Ex Machina," a psychological thriller about a revolutionary new form of artificial intelligence (AI).
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    Of about 180 parents who responded to a district survey last year, just under half said they valued their children's iPad work. A third said it had improved their kids' outlook toward school. The district plans to form a task force to review its educational technology use.
    Meanwhile, it's expanding its iPads-for-all program to two other middle schools. Some parents have arranged for their children to use a district-owned iPad while at school. Those devices don't come home. An online letter is asking the Cupertino district to standardize that practice of providing iPads for students and keeping them in the classroom. It has more than 650 signatures.
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    Dream Jobs: Roboticist
    I became a roboticist because of the science fiction stories I read as a child. In the late 1970s, home computers were just starting. I began programming, and I wanted to do it as a job. I went to Imperial College to do my computer science degree. In the mid-1980s, I did a Ph.D. in using logic and symbolic logic for the basis of AI at Cambridge University. I returned to Imperial to study electrical engineering. Eventually, I got my first teaching job
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    He Always Had Robots On The Brain
    I want to understand how the human brain can be used in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). We are not really anywhere near the vision of robots that inspired me as a kid, so I decided we needed to understand the brain better and started working more and more on neural networks. At the same time, I became very much interested in the possibility of AI having consciousness, or being self-aware. Nowadays, many people in the scientific community study this.
    Raising Awareness About AI
    Creating a self-aware AI with human-level intelligence is still a distant dream. In the movie"Ex Machina," we are clearly supposed to believe that the AI character Ava is self-aware. I am not saying that AI wouldn't be self-aware if it had human intelligence, but I am not saying it would either. It could go either way, and you have to separate those two ideas. But how far are we from any of these ideas becoming reality? It is definitely not around the corner.
    No Tears Or Fears
    We have a moral duty to protect an AI that is capable of suffering. In the film, our feelings are with Ava. She is aware, suffering and should be allowed freedom. So, I think it is natural to have that concern toward her. However, we are nowhere near achieving this aim. A self-aware AI is possibly centuries away. Secondly, we might be able to build human- level AI that is not aware and doesn't experience suffering. In which case, we wouldn't have to protect it.
    From Self-Driving Cars To Siri
    AI technology is already here and shaping our modern lives. We see the use of artificial intelligence in the latest self-driving cars or digital personal assistants, such as Apple's Siri. There are other types of AI that have been around for quite a long time, such as computer vision. Then there are the systems that make decisions about who should get a loan to buy a house. These types of technology will become increasingly important in the next 5 to 10 years. But none of that compares to human-level intelligence. We really don't know how many breakthroughs we might have to make to get there. It is all unknown unknowns.
    A Hot Field
    If you want a job in robotics and AI, a degree in a science is essential. You should study computer science, math, physics or even neuroscience. Everybody should also learn programming. If you are graduating soon, it is a really good time to be entering this area. AI is a hot field at the moment in terms of career openings. There is a lot of interest, particularly in machine learning and computer vision. Those are two areas of AI that have really taken off. There are also lots of AI startups. These companies fill a gap in the market by selling expertise in the field to large companies.
    Murray Shanahan is professor of cognitive robotics at Imperial College, London, England. He was an official adviser for the science fiction film "Ex Machina," a psychological thriller about a revolutionary new form of artificial intelligence (AI).
    Insect farmers are hoping to tempt your taste buds with cricketsThe Green Team 4H Club at the Denver Language School receives a lesson on the bene fi ts of eating insects on February 27, 2015. Annabel Feeny, 6, shows one of the toasted house crickets. After trying one, she determined that they tasted like a sun fl ower seed, and ate several more. Photo: By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images Bug in your salad? No problem. At least, that's what the members of the North American Edible Insect Coalition, and millions of other bug-eaters, think. But before Americans start regularly chowing down on cricket tacos and mealworm- fl our- fi lled cookies, there are many hurdles the insect industry will fi rst need to clear. As the newly formed North American Edible Insect Coalition gathered for its fi rst meeting in May, many people thought that it was headed to Washington. Right now, insects are not speci fi cally listed on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) registry of foods recognized as safe to eat. Several news outlets reported that the group might begin lobbying, or petitioning, the FDA to put insects on the menu. By Washington Post, adapted by Newsela staff on 01.03.17 Word Count 809 This article is available at 5 reading levels at https://newsela.com. 1 Robert Nathan is the president of a not-for-pro fi t group called Little Herds that promotes eating insects. He and his fellow entomophages, or people who like to eat bugs, fi rst thought they would need to get crickets and other bugs added to the FDA's "generally recognized as safe" list. The label tells consumers that the agency considers something safe to eat. FDA Is OK With Crickets But crickets aren't a new, untested ingredient; as far as the government is concerned, they are just a food. "The FDA requires that the food must be clean and wholesome – free from fi lth, pathogens, toxins," said Megan McSeveney, an FDA spokeswoman. Food must also be produced, packaged, stored and transported under sanitary conditions. Many Americans are uneasy about dining on insects. That's not the case in the rest of the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations estimates that some 2 billion people regularly eat bugs. Among the world's most commonly eaten bugs are beetles, caterpillars, bees, wasps and ants, as well as grasshoppers, locusts and crickets. "I initially got interested in eating bugs when I went to Thailand in 2006," said Kevin Bachhuber, founder of Big Cricket Farms. "I was like, 'This is really delicious.'" Insects Are Easier On The Environment Than Livestock Bachhuber and other entomophagy fans see plenty of reasons to talk Americans into loving bugs. Insects take up much less space than most livestock. They pack a powerful protein- fi lled punch into a small, low-calorie package. It takes just a single gallon of water to raise a pound of cricket protein, compared with 500 gallons for a pound of chicken and 2,000 gallons for a pound of beef. In theory, if the Western world shifted at least some of its meat needs to insects, we could shrink the land area of our farms. It would also reduce the environmental footprint. Jonas House studies human geography at a university in England. He studied insect- based products in the Netherlands and found that convincing people to try bugs once is not enough to win them over forever. Instead, he said, people will ask: "Does it fi t into my diet? Can I fi nd it in shops? Can I afford it? And does it taste nice?" Figuring Out The Logistics Of Farming Insects A small group of bug-loving citizens such as Bachhuber has seized the opportunity. They're now marketing products such as protein bars full of cricket fl our. Some of these snacks have made it to shelves of national grocery stores such as Whole Foods Market. This article is available at 5 reading levels at https://newsela.com. 2

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  4. page Nonfiction Aritcles edited Debate over whether using iPads at school is beneficial to students or not CUPERTINO, Calif. – Pu…
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    CUPERTINO, Calif. – Public middle schools in the city of Cupertino in California want to make a rule that all students use iPads in class and at home. Apple is the company that makes iPads. It is based in Cupertino.
    Many school officials and teachers say iPads are great learning tools. Students seem thrilled to use them. But, many parents aren't as happy. Hundreds have signed a letter saying that they want to limit the use of iPads.
    Some parents say the iPads have introduced new problems. Some of these challenges are protecting information and the possibility for kids to get distracted. iPads are also very expensive. Parents do not want to pay for school equipment that the law says schools must buy.
    Some Don't Think IPads Are Designed For Education
    "iPads are entertainment devices," said Noemi Berry, a network engineer and mother of a seventh-grader and two other children. "They're not designed for education, and they're very hard to restrict. She says it's hard to get her 12-year-old son to put down his iPad.
    So far, the people who want the iPads are winning. This means hundreds more middle-schoolers in Cupertino will be expected to use iPads for schoolwork. The Cupertino school district thinks iPads have improved the quality of middle-schoolers' work. Language ability, behavior and organizational skills are better. But, the district doesn't have the numbers to measure how much better.
    Cupertino School District Chose Apple Products
    It's common for school districts to provide students computers or tablets for class use. Districts don't usually decide on a certain company or product. The district thinks iPads will best help students. But, Apple products are often more expensive than others.
    The Cupertino district already has a program that offers loaner devices to students if they do not have one of their own. But school officials implied that families should buy the iPads.
    It is against the state law to make parents pay for required supplies at public schools. So, the district hasn't required parents to buy them. Still, parents say they feel pressure to buy the iPads.
    The cost is only part of why some parents don't like the iPad program. Linda Wang said her son's grades dropped after he received his iPad. She takes the device with her when she leaves the house, and hides it from him at night. "We cannot control his usage at all," Wang said.
    Teacher Says IPad Gives Students Options
    Andi Jackson, who teaches eighth-grade English and social studies, said iPads offer students many ways to show what they've learned. "Before the iPad," Jackson said, "there was basically one way: Write an essay and turn it in."
    Peter Chu is a software executive. His daughter Ashley is a ninth-grader at Cupertino High School. He sees the iPad as a wonderful education tool that's helping prepare students for technology in the real world.
    Ashley said her favorite classes were the ones where teachers used iPads. One project she remembers well was creating a video about people who study ancient fossils. "Making a story about an event lets me better remember that," Ashley said.
    IPads At School Have Some Positive Results
    Of about 180 parents who responded to a district survey last year, just under half said they valued their children's iPad work. A third said it had improved their kids' outlook toward school. The district plans to form a task force to review its educational technology use.
    Meanwhile, it's expanding its iPads-for-all program to two other middle schools. Some parents have arranged for their children to use a district-owned iPad while at school. Those devices don't come home. An online letter is asking the Cupertino district to standardize that practice of providing iPads for students and keeping them in the classroom. It has more than 650 signatures.
    Original article from The Mercury News, adapted by Newsela staff 01.03.17

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Friday, March 4

  1. page How Much Time Do You Spend Online? edited How much time do you spend online? By Erin Blakemore Smithsonian.com If someone asked you to me…
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    If someone asked you to measure the time you spend online, how would you answer? If you're like one-fifth of Americans, you'd likely say "almost constantly." New research shows that 21 percent of Americans report that they're online more or less continually.
    It was the first time the words "almost constantly" were an option in a Pew Research survey. The survey was about Internet use. This is according to Andrew Perrin. He is a research assistant at Pew. He commented in a blog post about the survey. The survey was conducted between June and July. Adults were asked how much they go online. Thirteen percent said they do not go online at all. Another 13 percent said they go online several times a week or less. Only 10 percent said they go online once a day. And much larger numbers said they go online several times a day (42 percent) or "almost constantly" (21 percent).
    Interestingly, there wasn't a gender split when it came to near constant Internet use. On the other hand, age seems to be the great digital divider. Only six percent of people over age 65 said they're online that much. And the number grew from there. Those who report that they are online all the time include 12 percent of 50- to 64-year-olds and 28 percent of 30- to 49-year-olds. Thirty-six percent of 18- to 29-year-olds are online that much.
    Don't assume that teenagers are online even more than adults. In another survey, Pew found that teens do have a slight edge on adults in general when it comes to "almost constant" Internet use. But 24 percent said they're online pretty much all the time. They still fall notably behind the 36 percent of adults between 18 and 29 years of age who are always online.
    Could the difference between teens and young adults have to do with older folks' unrestricted access to mobile phones with generous data plans? Possibly. Or maybe money is a factor. The richer you are, the more Internet you're likely to use. Twenty-eight percent of people who earn $70,000 or more report being online constantly. Only 16 percent of those who earn $30,000 or less report the same usage.
    The United Nations considers unrestricted Internet access to be a human right. So the number of Americans who report being online "almost constantly" could rise along with availability and cost. But it remains to be seen whether being online all the time is actually something to aspire to. Or how constant connectivity will impact American culture in the long term.
    Why should teenagers time online be limted? How much time do you spend online? What effect does this have on you? If you were a parent describe the rules you would have for your child regarding online activity.

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Friday, January 16

  1. page Argument or Persuasive Essay edited ... School and Kids Is child behavior better or worse than it was years ago? Should the militar…
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    Is child behavior better or worse than it was years ago?
    Should the military be allowed to recruit at high schools?
    Are there benefits to attending a single-sex school?
    Does boredom lead to trouble?

    Is homework harmful or helpful?
    Is Cheating Getting Worse?
    Should Students Be Able to Grade Their Teachers?
    Does Your School Hand Out Too Many A’s?
    Should the military be allowed to recruit at high schools?
    Are there benefits to attending a single-sex school?
    Does boredom lead to trouble?

    Should Middle School Students Be Drug Tested?
    How Seriously Should We Take Standardized Tests?
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    Is child behavior better or worse than it was years ago?
    Should the military be allowed to recruit at high schools?
    Are there benefits to attending a single-sex school?
    Does boredom lead to trouble?
    Is homework harmful or helpful?
    Is Cheating Getting Worse?
    Should Students Be Able to Grade Their Teachers?
    Does Your School Hand Out Too Many A’s?
    Should Middle School Students Be Drug Tested?
    How Seriously Should We Take Standardized Tests?
    How Well Do You Think Standardized Tests Measure Your Abilities?
    Do You Spend Too Much Time Preparing for Standardized Tests?
    Do Schools Provide Students With Enough Opportunities to Be Creative?
    What Are You Really Learning at School?
    Should Students Be Required to Take Drug Tests?
    How Important Is Arts Education?
    Are Children of Illegal Immigrants Entitled to a Public Education?
    What Is the Right Amount of Group Work in School?
    Is Your School Day Too Short?
    Do Your Teachers Use Technology Well?
    What Role should technology play in Education?
    Should schools continue to spend money on fine arts?
    Is teaching handwriting is obsolete?
    Grades can’t measure students’ intelligence and performance.
    Should Guns Be Permitted on College Campuses?
    Would You Feel Safer With Armed Guards Patrolling Your School?
    Do You Think a Longer School Calendar Is a Good Idea?
    To What Writer Would You Award a Prize?
    Is School Designed More for Girls Than Boys?
    Do You Prefer Your Children’s Book Characters Obedient or Contrary?
    Should the Dropout Age Be Raised?
    Is Bullying or Cyberbullying in Your School or Community?
    Why Aren’t More Girls Choosing to Pursue Careers in Math and Science?
    How Should Schools Address Bullying?
    What Do You Think of Grouping Students by Ability in Schools?
    Does Class Size Matter?
    How Would You Feel About a Computer Grading Your Essays?
    How Important Are Parent-Teacher Conferences?
    Text books should be replaced by I-Pads and online resources
    Do You Think a Healthier School Lunch Program Is a Lost Cause?
    How Necessary Is a College Education?
    Should Tablet Computers Become the Primary Way Students Learn in Class?
    Can Cellphones Be Educational Tools?
    Should Computer Games Be Used for Classroom Instruction?
    Should students be allowed to grade their teachers?
    Technology
    Are we too dependent on computers?
    Are cell phones dangerous?
    Do violent video games cause behavior problems?
    Have people have become overly dependent on technology?
    Does Technology Make Us More Alone?
    Are People Distracted by Technology?
    Do People Spend Too Much Time on Smart Phones Playing ‘Stupid Games’?
    Does Facebook Ever Make Someone Feel Bad?
    Should Video Games Be Considered a Sport?
    Should Stores Sell Violent Video Games to Minors?
    Can a Video Game Be a Work of Art?
    Should internet slang, like ‘LOL’ and ‘IMHO’ be included in dictionaries?
    Are cell phone texts and emails as good as talking face to face?
    How are online technologies changing the way we live?
    How is technology changing our definition of what it means to be human?
    What should be the laws about cell phone use in cars?
    How is social media changing family relationships?
    Should parents limit the use of social media by teenagers?
    What privacy laws should be in place for social media companies?
    What should and should not be posted on Facebook by college students?
    Should What You Say on Facebook Be Grounds for Getting Fired?
    What Should the Punishment Be for Acts of Cyberbullying?
    Is Online Learning as Good as Face-to-Face Learning?
    How Young Is Too Young for a cell phone?
    Should Companies Collect Information About You?
    Would You Trade Your Paper Books for Digital Versions?
    Would You Want a Pair of Google’s Computer Glasses?
    Do Violent Video Games Make People More Violent in Real Life?
    What Was the Best Movies in the Past Year?
    How Many Text Messages Are Too Many?
    Is TV Stronger Than Ever, or Becoming Obsolete?
    Does Reality TV Promote Dangerous Stereotypes?
    Social Issues
    Is the death penalty effective?
    Is a lottery a good idea?
    Do curfews keep teens out of trouble?
    Should animals be used for research?
    Should cigarette smoking be banned?
    When Do Pranks Cross the Line to Become Bullying?
    Do Child Stars Have It Rough?
    Is It Ethical to Eat Meat?
    Do People Need Art in their Lives?
    Should the Government Limit the Size of Sugary Drinks?
    Can Money Buy Happiness?
    Does Buying and Accumulating More and More Stuff Make Someone Happier?
    Are People Losing the Art of Listening?
    Do People Complain Too Much?
    Can Kindness Become Cool?
    Which Is More Important: Talent or Hard Work?
    How Important Is Keeping Your Cool?
    When Should a Person Compromise?
    Is Your Generation More Self-Centered Than Earlier Generations?
    Have Curse Words Become So Common They Have Lost Their Shock Value?
    How Important Is Keeping a Clean House?
    When Is It O.K. to Replace Human Limbs With Technology?
    Do You Think Life Exists — or Has Ever Existed — Somewhere Besides Earth?
    Should Charities Focus More on America?
    Should Men open doors to women?
    Should Prisoners have the right to vote?
    Is the first impression of a person always right?
    Are conflicts necessary for healthy relationships?
    Should the Private Lives of Famous People Be Off Limits?
    Should Women Be Allowed to Fight on the Front Lines Alongside Men?
    Should there be Equal Rights for Women and Men?
    Are Women Better at Compromising and Collaborating?
    Do Boys Have Less Intense Friendships Than Girls?
    Should companies market to children?
    Are actors and professional athletes paid too much?
    Should all forms of government welfare be abolished?
    Will Musical Training Make You More Successful?
    Should music lyrics glorifying criminal lifestyles be censored?
    Is censorship sometimes justified?
    Do You Support or Oppose the Death Penalty?
    When Should Juvenile Offenders Receive Life Sentences?
    When Does a Person Become an Adult?
    Is Modern Culture Ruining Childhood?
    Are Adults Hurting Young Children by Pushing Them to Achieve?
    How, and by Whom, Should Children Be Taught Appropriate Behavior?
    What Can Older People Learn From Your Generation?
    What Local Problems Should the government Try to Solve?
    If You Were Governor of Your State, How Would You Spend a Budget Surplus?
    Can Graffiti Ever Be Considered Art?
    Why Aren’t There More Girls in Leadership Roles?
    Do Rich People Get Off Easier When They Break the Law?
    Should Rich People Have to Pay More Taxes?
    Do Laws That Ban Offensive Words Make the World a Better Place?
    Do Great Leaders Have to Be Outgoing?
    Is Smoking Still a Problem Among Teenagers?
    Are Antismoking Ads Effective?
    Family
    When should parents let teens make their own decisions?
    Both parents should assume equal responsibility in raising a child.
    Do Parents Have Different Hopes and Standards for Their Sons Than for Their Daughters?
    Is Dating a Thing of the Past?
    How Should Parents Handle a Bad Report Card?
    Should Children Be Allowed to Wear Whatever They Want?
    Do ‘Shame and Blame’ Work to Change Teenage Behavior?
    Sports
    Does participation in sports keep teens out of trouble?
    Is competition good?
    Should Home-Schoolers Be Allowed to Play Public School Sports?
    Does participating in team sports helps to develop good character?
    If Football Is So Dangerous to Players, Should We Be Watching It?
    Should Parents Let Their Children Play Football?
    Should College Football Players Get Paid?
    Has Baseball Lost Its Cool?
    Are Some Youth Sports Too Intense?
    Is It Offensive for Sports Teams to Use Native American Names and Mascots?
    Where Should Colleges and Sports Teams Draw the Line in Selling Naming Rights?
    Should Colleges Fund Wellness Programs Instead of Sports?
    Is Cheerleading a Sport?
    Should There Be Stricter Rules About How Coaches Treat Their Players?
    Should Athletes Who Dope Have to Forfeit Their Titles and Medals?
    Should Sports Betting Be Legal Everywhere?
    Do We Give Children Too Many Trophies?
    Should college athletes be paid?

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