I doubt we will watch the debate.We have a meeting tonight at the high school for my teen.And he is not old enough to vote.
As far as I know they won't be watching. They are only 15 and 13 and current topics in school do not have anything to do with current events.
Not sure if we'll watch the debate. I'm probably the only one that will vote in our house, and I already know who I'm voting for.
My son is 19 and will be voting in the election so he plans on watching both our state gubanatorial debate which is tonight and the presidential afterwards. My 17yo DD I'm not sure if she plans on watching but since it will be on she'll probably wander in and watch some of it. She's not in any class that would offer extra credit this semester.
Yes they are planning to watch the debate.They both have very strong opinions on many of the issues so it will be lively here.
They had planned on watching before their school got involved.
Yesterday several teachers in different classes offered a one time homework pass or a minor grade (not a major test ,paper or project )bump of 5 points or less if a short review is written.They handed out a matrix .It is all the same and the same paper may be used in different classes.I wonder if all teachers were given the option to do this.
I forgot to add the info about my teen.
My son has world geography this year, not social studies. It's his one language immersion class this year, besides French grammar for immersion students. I'm not even sure how much the class discusses current events. So I'm guessing there will be no extra credit. I will ask him tonight though.
He will probably not watch it tonight because he has a hockey tryout session and homework, and that will probably take up most of his evening. I really doubt he'll have time to watch any TV at all tonight.
We probably won't watch the debates tonight. Our dd is old enough to vote, she graduated from HS this past June so she doesn't have any classes requiring her to watch.
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