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  • Sanborn Regional High School
  • Kingston, NH

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For children to become competent lifelong learners, they must learn how to use nonfiction materials to expand their knowledge base, solve problems, and make decisions. Having resources to help build those skills is critical for students. Newspapers' reading levels are often higher than the average high schooler. The New York Times UpFront magazine set up students to learn about current events in a less intimidating and relatable way! These subscriptions will cover a wide range of subjects and connect to all areas of the curriculum in my world history class. It will also build language, vocabulary, and reading comprehension that is useful in all subject matters. Along with those skills, current events help improve critical thinking, problem-solving, oral expression, and listening skills. Studying current events helps students understand the importance of people, events, and issues in the news; it stimulates students to explore and learn more about the news and to pay attention to the news they see and hear outside of school. My personal education philosophy is centered around developing informed citizens and lifelong learners; this goes hand in hand with teaching my students the importance of current events! Having UpFront magazine in my classroom will help facilitate opportunities for cooperative-group instruction. The resources that come with the resources that come with the subscription lend themselves to classroom discussions and debates. I think that overall engagement about current issues will increase amongst my students!

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For children to become competent lifelong learners, they must learn how to use nonfiction materials to expand their knowledge base, solve problems, and make decisions. Having resources to help build those skills is critical for students. Newspapers' reading levels are often higher than the average high schooler. The New York Times UpFront magazine set up students to learn about current events in a less intimidating and relatable way! These subscriptions will cover a wide range of subjects and connect to all areas of the curriculum in my world history class. It will also build language, vocabulary, and reading comprehension that is useful in all subject matters. Along with those skills, current events help improve critical thinking, problem-solving, oral expression, and listening skills. Studying current events helps students understand the importance of people, events, and issues in the news; it stimulates students to explore and learn more about the news and to pay attention to the news they see and hear outside of school. My personal education philosophy is centered around developing informed citizens and lifelong learners; this goes hand in hand with teaching my students the importance of current events! Having UpFront magazine in my classroom will help facilitate opportunities for cooperative-group instruction. The resources that come with the resources that come with the subscription lend themselves to classroom discussions and debates. I think that overall engagement about current issues will increase amongst my students!

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