Boy cheats on exam, misses question on 9/11 attacks and riots
If you’ve been using social media for the past few weeks, you may have come across the audio from the video above. In it a supposed student gets angry because he got a question wrong about the September 11 attacks after pasting the answer from a classmate.
“At 9 o’clock Carol said it was that [alternativa] D and I marked with a pen. But when I looked at it, it was written that the one who sent the planes to the Twin Towers was Vladimir Putin. What the hell, Carol. Happy birthday, do you understand?
It is not known when the sound came from or how true the story being told is, but the g1 noted that the report was already circulating on social media at the end of June.
📝 Dear reader, could you do better than Carol on a test about 9/11? The topic is usually dealt with in classes in the 8th and 9th grades of elementary school. This usually applies to students between the ages of 12 and 14.
On the subject, the report heard Thiago de Souza Alexandre, professor of geography at the Colégio Qi, and Marcelo Martins, professor of history at the Colégio Unificado, who stated the following:
- 👉 Almost 3,000 people died and another 6,000 were injured in attacks on two US hotspots on September 11, 2001.
- 🌎 In the story, the event is investigated as The Cold War is looming and direct result of political and military movements of the period.
- 🗺️ The topic is being worked on in geography geopolitical content and also in the regional geography of the United States and the Middle East.
With that in mind, find out below if you would answer the question Carol got wrong and other questions on the subject that g1 prepared with the help of teachers.