Celebrity vs. Celebrated Acts

Subject: Personal Development
Grade Level: All
Source: Cable in the Classroom

As appealing as it is to dismiss celebrities as fluff, they are potent figures in our society. Captivating, influential, and—with the aid of portable media—ever-present, stars are terrific fodder for an intergenerational conversation about role models and well-placed respect.

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