My students need 20 copies to Junior Scholastic magazine to learn more about history as it's being made.
John F. Kennedy once said, "History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into the future." I hope to show my students that history is more than boring stories about things that happened many years ago. I want them to see that history is happening now.
I teach approximately 100 students in grades 6 through 8 at a charter school in Florida.
My students are curious about the world around them and how current events affect their lives. Because my students have varying abilities and cover a range of ages, it is important to use classroom reading materials that are geared for their specific age group. Junior Scholastic magazine is the perfect resource for my students.
I am requesting 20 copies to Junior Scholastic magazine to learn more about history as it's being made. The classes I teach include geography, U.S. history, current events, and debate. I can use Junior Scholastic in all of my classes. Each issue of Junior Scholastic includes articles on current events I can use with my geography, current events, and debate students. Junior Scholastic also includes information about American history. A subscription of 20 Junior Scholastic magazines will help educate approximately 100 students about history as it happens and about past history.
Thank you for considering this project.
My students and I greatly appreciate your support. Because of your generosity, 100 students will have access to a reliable and timely news source geared towards their age group.
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