Hello teachers! Here at Scope HQ, we are always asking ourselves how we can best support you in your classroom: What problems can we help you solve? What challenges can we help you overcome? How can we help make your days more joyful?
Here at Scope, one of our favorite things about nonfiction is how it can open doors to further learning for students. A window into the writing and research process for nonfiction can be just as engaging as the topic of a nonfiction story itself.
We can’t wait to hear about the discussions that ensue after your class reads this issue’s paired text “Could You Become A Mean Meme?” The articles take a timely look at online behavior and privacy. After reading the articles, use the essential questions below to kick off a class discussion.
We can't wait for your students to dive into the December/January nonfiction "Escape From Alcatraz"—a gripping story and an unsolved mystery about the infamous 1962 escape from Alcatraz Prison. While we were working on this exciting nonfiction package, we came across lots of fascinating resources. We've collected a few of our favorites for you and your students to explore.