The students behind Portable Radio have some opinions on this issue.
Including last year’s first season, we have had visits from 44 countries around the world! Google Analytics tells me there have been visits from 430 different cities.
Kids definitely have a voice, and their opinions do matter.
Last week there was a story on the news about odourless cigarettes. We had a discussion in class about whether or not we thought this was a good idea.
Music used in this episode:
WW – Greenroom (Podsafe Music Network)
Quiet Man in a Loud Shirt – Bob Martin (Podsafe Music Network)
Smash Sketch – Kevin McLeod
Fenster’s Explanation – Kevin McLeod
Neolith – Kevin McLeod
AhDah – Kevin McLeod
Our students have some opinions about this issue.
Here is a portion of the article that we used:
Winnipeg wants to ice rink record River trail would be longer than Rideau Canal’sDave Rogers, Canwest News Service
Published: Sunday, January 13, 2008
In a little more than a week, Winnipeg expects to have bragging rights to the world’s longest skating rink, beating Ottawa’s Rideau Canal Skateway by a kilometre.
Paul Jordan, manager of The Forks market in downtown Winnipeg, said eight university students with snow shovels have been working for three weeks, clearing a six-kilometre trail along the Red and Assiniboine rivers through the city core.
By Jan. 25, Winnipeg officials expect to have an 8.5-kilometre ice trail, bettering Ottawa’s 7.8-kilometre skateway.
In 2007, Winnipeg’s River Trail was only four kilometres, but Jordon figured it wouldn’t take much effort to make it longer than the Ottawa skateway. Winnipeg temperatures have been steady around -30 C this winter and there is about 25 centimetres of snow — ideal conditions for making ice. Jordan is so confident of success by Jan. 25 that he has called Guinness World Records to have Winnipeg’s rink registered as the world’s longest.