My students need additional resources to enhance their learning experience, as students are encouraged to engage in project based learning, which require reading variety of resources like Scholastic News that inform current affairs and interesting facts.
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My fourth grade students are diverse learners with variety of interests. Students are encouraged and engaged in project based learning, which require reading variety of resources such as current affairs and up to date information.
Students enjoy learning and analyzing facts about their community, state, and the world, in interesting ways.
Students read variety of texts and collaborate to take action on a topic or an issue. During this process of learning, students are encouraged to present their understanding an artful way: movement, music, and drama.
Scholastic News will enhance students' reading resource library. As our school curriculum combines International Baccalaureate Primary Year Program, students are encouraged and engaged in project based learning, which require reading variety of resources such as current affairs and up to date information. Scholastic News meet the Common Core State Standards in instruction.
Your donation to this project will support the non-fiction genre in reading with interesting on-line videos for student engagement and analysis.
Often students enjoy reading something other than ordinary text books that they see everyday. Additionally, it is especially interesting for them when reading can be infused with technology, which Scholastic News subscription provides through on-line access.
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