In the book, Who's Looking Out For You?, Bill compares the current times with how things were one hundred years ago. Choose three things that you find interesting about the early 1900s in comparison to today. Describe what kind of an experience you think it would be to live in that time. Would you like it? Why or why not?
A No Spin Poem
Write a poem about Bill O'Reilly, his life experiences, and/or views.
Divide the class up into pairs for this activity. Have the students read a list of the names of people, events, or ideas from the book. After each one, their partner will say the first word or words that they think of. They will then reverse positions and compare responses.
Create a crossword puzzle using the people and events in the book. Include both the questions...
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