My Favorite Moments from You

By
Kristin Lewis

Cassandra Persia

Hi teachers!

 

Do you want to know what one of the highlights of my day is? Checking Twitter to see all the fantastic and creative ways that you and your students are using Scope. The photos and videos that you share make me smile from ear to ear as few things do. Your Tweets are so joyful and inspiring that I had to share a few of them here. 

 

Keep sharing!

Kristin

@_KELewis

 

Vocab Improv

Before reading our story about fake news "Are These Stories True? (Nope)," this 6th-grade class acted out the vocabulary in the article. So fun! Check it out here.

 

 

A Live-Action Play (With Sound Effects)!

The same class of budding actors really did nail the Scope version of Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart—ravens and all!

 

 

Scope-Inspired Slime

These students created their very own slime after reading our article "How Slime Took Over the World."

 

 

Reviewing a Play in Tweets

This class live-tweeted their reviews of our play The Fire-Breather based on the myth of Jason and the Argonauts. #medeatotherescue!

 

 

A Maze Comes to Life

Teresa Gross's students built their own mythical maze based on the Scope play Into the Maze of Doom. She also wrote a wonderful blog post about the activity.

 

 

Exploring a Shared Theme

Teresa's students also explored the meaning of courage in these colorful posters after reading two Scope texts that share this theme: This Is What Courage Looks Like and "Swimming for Her Life."

 

 

In Research Mode

I love seeing students totally absorbed in their work. This class is doing research on the Hindenburg and the Titanic after reading Scope's article "The Flaming Sky."

 

 

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