Tag: information

  • Parent Guide: Five reasons why being kind makes you feel good

    Parent Guide: Five reasons why being kind makes you feel good

    This week in class, we’re reading “Five reasons why being kind makes you feel good — according to science” by Jo Cutler, Robin Banerjee. In the informational text, “Five reasons why being kind makes you feel good — according to science” Jo Cutler and Robin Banerjee discuss why being kind to others can improve your mood. […]

  • Parent Guide: A Lifeline for Lions

    Parent Guide: A Lifeline for Lions

    This week in class, we’re reading “A Lifeline for Lions ” by Pamela S. Turner. In the informational text “A Lifeline for Lions,” Pamela S. Turner discusses an outbreak of a disease that negatively impacted Serengeti National Park’s lion population in 1994. As we read, we will be discussing the themes of Community, Man vs. Nature, and Social Change […]

  • Parent Guide: Nice Chimps

    Parent Guide: Nice Chimps

    This week in class, we’re reading “Nice Chimps” by Emily Sohn. In the informational text “Nice Chimps,” Emily Sohn discusses a study that explores the altruistic nature of young children and chimpanzees. As we read, we will be discussing the theme of Education & Knowledge as it relates to the text. We are trying to answer this […]

  • Parent Guide: Move to the Beat

    Parent Guide: Move to the Beat

    This week in class, we’re reading “Move to the Beat ” by Colin Hickey. In the informational text “Move to the Beat,” Colin Hickey discusses a West African musician who teaches kids about music by playing for them. As we read, we will be discussing the themes of Community, Education & Knowledge, and Identity as they relate to the text. […]

  • Parent Guide: College students with disabilities are too often excluded

    Parent Guide: College students with disabilities are too often excluded

    This week in class, we’re reading “College students with disabilities are too often excluded” by Christa Bialka. In the informational text, “College students with disabilities are too often excluded,” Christa Bialka discusses how students with disabilities are not included in many on-campus activities. As your child reads, they will be considering the themes of Community and Prejudice […]

  • CTS InfoPro Module Outlines

    CTS InfoPro Module Outlines Word Processing Graphic Tools HyperMedia Tools Information Highway 2