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Unformatted text preview: Kids Today Mad-Libs! Ed Psych 201 Week 12 Shuai Wang (Sam) Course paper due (next week): A hard copy Next week: We will about the final exam, your scores, and I will ask you to fill out the evaluation form. What have you achieved during this semester? How did you change? Kids Today Mad-Libs! 1) General : There are __________(#) kids ages 0-17 in the U.S. ______ (fraction) have at least one foreign-born parent and a similar number do not speak English at home. ______(#) are in foster care. There are 73.3 million kids ages 0-17 in the U.S. One-fifth have at least one foreign-born parent and a similar number do not speak English at home. 513,000 are in foster care. 2) Poverty: % of children live in poverty as of 2004. % did not have health insurance at any point during the year. For a family of four, the 2004 poverty line was $_____. _____ % do not live with at least one parent with a full-time, year-round job. _____% live in houses listed as crowded or physically inadequate; _____% live in households classified as food insecure. Yet in December 2004, ______% of kids 12-14 had a cell phone. Poverty: 17% of children live in poverty as of 2004. 11% did not have health insurance at any point during the year. For a family of four, the 2004 poverty line was $19,307. 22% do not live with at least one parent with a full-time, year- round job. 37% live in houses listed as crowded or physically inadequate; 19% live in households classified as food insecure. Yet in December 2004, 40% of kids 12-14 had a cell phone. 3) Single-parent families: In 2005, ____ % of children under 18 lived in single-...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course EPSY 201 taught by Professor Zola during the Fall '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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