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- Video games and school shootings 

Lots has been said and recommended about this topic of firearms, especially Mickael Moore's site:
http://www.bowlingforcolumbine.com
with
- the page of clips (including the history of America with the characters from South Park and an interview of Marilyn Manson)
http://www.bowlingforcolumbine.com/media/clips/index.php
- and the teacher's guide to the film
http://www.bowlingforcolumbine.com/library/teachers/index.php
See also this page of links to Elephant, Columbine and the real facts
http://perso.numericable.fr/~dreymondch46/infonews/themes/violenceinschools.htm
But here are some interesting sites for advanced students that I discovered thanks to Elisabeth Buffard on eTeach:
- about school shootings (why? statistics and advices)
http://whyfiles.org/065school_violence/
- *** about violence in video games (with reference to all the last games the students know and I don't...)
http://whyfiles.org/165video_violence/index.html
See also this page of links to catégories of video games and how they work (find RPG, first person shooters and so on)
http://perso.numericable.fr/~dreymondch46/infonews/themes/videogames.html
Other articles about games and their interaction with school results and social behavior
http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/ca516033.html ( meet en gamers)
http://pdfs.voya.com/VO/YA2/VOYA200502YA101.pdf (all types of games, including board games. does not include the last novelties)
http://www.edu-cyberpg.com/Literacy/Play.asp (the two links above and several more)

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