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War of the Worlds as it Relate to Schools

Summary: The book describes many scientific theories and also goes very deep into planet alignments which greatly relates to science. It also relates quite a bit to social studies because it again describes many historical theories and "What If's" that were made into reality in the story. It also relates to technology.
The War of the Worlds By H.G. Wells. The beginning setting in the story is in a town to the south west of London called Working. The story takes place in the late 1800's. The main character (unnamed) is a scientist and astronomer who lives in the town of Working. While at an observatory he and his colleagues witness the firing of many things similar to meteors launched from the planet Mars through their telescope. They inform many other scientists who alert the press, but they make nothing of the claim and do not publish the story. A week later one of the meteors hit in the main characters town. He and his partners go to investigate and find a large metal cylinder half buried in the crater which is too hot to touch and makes many noises. Soon after...

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