My sixth-grade students are an inquisitive bunch of middle schoolers from Southwest Missouri. They are interested in the world around them. They want to understand their relationship in that world and how they can be more a part of it. Hey, I didn't even realize that is what it meant! Does that really happen? Wow!
Those are the kind of questions and statements that teachers love to hear.
It is thrilling to see when a student gets excited about their learning, and how that permeates to others around them.
The Scope Magazine has differentiated levels for the diverse learners in my classroom. The appealing colorful pictures, articles, and activities help to give my students practice with needed skills. My students will read multigenre texts, practice grammar, and even their writing skills.
My students will take journeys to the theater and experience a play, be involved in a debate about the most current and relevant issue that concerns them, and watch a video that causes them to begin asking new questions about the world around them.
All of this and so much more is included in the colorful Scholastic Scope magazines that I would like to provide for my students.
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