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Faith Hope and Ivy June. Students go online to answer six questions, print their story cube and can then share what they answered with their classmates in an oral presentation. Students will keep a journal while reading the book and while working with the students from the partner school. Discuss the importance of coal as a resource to our country and what other options that exist that could replace coal. Discuss the pros and cons of these different options and the pros and cons of coal mining and the life of the coal miner. Social Studies Students will have a geography lesson and learn about where Appalachia is and discuss some of the issues and challenges facing the children in Appalachia as it relates to poverty and education.