In all of E’s time at school, I have tried not to be one of those parents who interfers, tells the teachers what to do, or be a bother. They have a hard enough job without having to deal with us parents all the time too.
But I am frustrated.
E brings home a reading book, three times a week. She…
Why don’t you find her a different book to read? You can read it with her.
Also, is she comprehending what she reads? Do you ask her comprehension questions? She may be reading at a Yr2 level and comprehending at an ending Yr1 level.
Designing some challenge projects for my seventh grade social studies students. We’re doing a course on Geography and Global Cultures, with units on their community, different world regions, identity, diversity, the environment, and interactions between people and societies and between people and the environment, all culminating in a final project on global connections or interactions.
TL;DR: I need fiction book ideas for kids studying global geography and cultural exchanges. Any ideas?
Extra Credit by Andrew Clements was made for this project.
Well I wouldn’t plan on going to college then. In college, you’re given a textbook, told to read it, and then tested on it. AP courses are college prep courses. Your teacher was trying to prepare you for college.