Thursday, January 28, 2021

Kansas City Super Bowl Repeat Hype Provides Teachable Moment

Students watching the big game could gain valuable knowledge about consumerism, mass media, target marketing and political influence via pop culture . . . Sadly, nobody is really paying attention via Zoom classes.

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Study Suggests Kansas City Teachers And Students Need A Lesson Plan For Super Bowl LV

Kansas City Chiefs fans of all ages will watch Super Bowl LV on February 7, and in some cases, it may mean postponing some academic obligations. Before Super Bowl LIV last year when the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers, the results of a study by Brainly-an online study group for kids K through 12-showed that Missouri and Kansas ranked No.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

The lesson plan should be how people need to stop over paying and supporting sports players. Most have no respect for the pay they get and blow it a majority of the time on drugs and hookers.

Anonymous said...

How about the teachers getting their asses back into the classrooms? That would be a good lesson.

Anonymous said...

@9:48-and yet you speak for NOBODY! You blow your money on cat food, Depends, and kiddie porn. Chiefs rule! You fucking drool!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^STFU Faggot

Anonymous said...

^^Blow me while I shit faggot.

Anonymous said...

They sure can learn from the Stupid Bowl. All the big advertisers walked away this year.