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A collection of sorts. Here you'll find an introduction to growing nativism of the 1920s as it relates to the immigration quotas and the Sacco & Vanzetti Case. Included are primary source documents taken from Regents exams. Also included are a list of questions to match the Sacco & Vanzetti
Grades:
7th - 11th
This is a lesson and general outline of questions that could be used to analyze any news article, but was primarily used for our classes copies of Upfront Magazine. They were primarily used for social studies and law classes. The students according to the lesson would then have a Jigsaw activity in
This is a worksheet that I created to use with the Upfront Scholastic Magazines for schools. I would have students select several articles in the magazines and answer the various questions on the chart about the articles of their choice. I would also have them analyze a political cartoon on the bac
I use the graphic organizer with students when reading the Debate articles in the back of the UPFRONT magazines. It helps students organize their thoughts as they read two opposing viewpoints.
*Subscription is needed for access to Upfront Magazine. I DO NOT PROVIDE THE ARTICLE NEEDED FOR THE QUESTIONS - it is a paid for subscription article**Please make sure you have access to the article prior to purchase**Link provided in the answer key to the Upfront Website - SUBSCRIPTION IS NEEDED F
*Subscription is needed for access to Upfront Magazine. I DO NOT PROVIDE THE ARTICLE NEEDED FOR GUIDED NOTES - it is a paid for subscription article**Please make sure you have access to the article prior to purchase**Link provided in the answer key to the Upfront Website - SUBSCRIPTION IS NEEDED FOR
Does not include the NYT article (it's copyrighted); This includes a series of questions to go along with the article.
Grades:
7th - 11th
This resource contains a series of questions to pair with the New York Times magazine Upfront article on the Mexican American War (America's Forgotten War). It does not contain the article as it is copyrighted. Also contains DBQ docs with questions.
Upfront magazine article Lincoln's Toughest Choice questions. Does not include the article as it is copyrighted.
Grades:
7th - 11th
Does not contain the Upfront article as that is copyrighted. If you have the article, here's a series of questions for students to answer.
Packet contains 2 page worksheet to guide students through the December 10, 2012 issue of UPFRONT magazine (World Affairs edition- 2013). Includes page numbers for student's reference and HOT question to sum up activity.
This listing is for a worksheet of 52-questions that go with the New York Times Upfront Article "Six-Day War" by Sam Roberts. The article is found in the April 2, 2012 issue. The article is not included. There are several free links on the internet to the article. It can also be found here--http:/
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
Create a literary magazine using this step-by-step tutorial and template pack. This resource will teach any advisor or student editor how to design a high-quality publication using the tools in Microsoft PowerPoint. You will learn how to format your toolbars for ease of access, adapt the page setup
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Organization activities to accompany the article “Digging Up the Past” from Upfront magazine in an easy to use google form format which makes for quick grading and easy access during remote or for classrooms and schools that are 1:1 https://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/2020-21/021521/digging-up-a-p
Comprehension questions to accompany the article “Digging Up the Past” from Upfront magazine in an easy to use google form format which makes for quick grading and easy access during remote or for classrooms and schools that are 1:1 https://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/2020-21/021521/digging-up-a-
Comprehension questions to accompany the article “Digging Up the Past” from Upfront magazine in an easy to use google form format which makes for quick grading and easy access during remote or for classrooms and schools that are 1:1 https://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/2020-21/021521/digging-up-a-
I put this activity together using the debate articles in the "Upfront" Scholastic Magazines, but you can use any type of article for this activity. I usually copy the article and put it inside the packet, so it's all together in this one assignment. If you wanted, you can have them find their own
Activities and questions to accompany the article “Digging Up the Past” from Upfront magazine in an easy to use google form format which makes for quick grading and easy access during remote or for classrooms and schools that are 1:1https://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/2020-21/021521/digging-up-a
Grades:
8th - 10th
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Analyze a Photo to accompany the article “Digging Up the Past” from Upfront magazine in an easy to use google form format which makes for quick grading and easy access during remote or for classrooms and schools that are 1:1 https://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/2020-21/021521/digging-up-a-painful-p
Primary Source activity to accompany the article “Digging Up the Past” from Upfront magazine in an easy to use google form format which makes for quick grading and easy access during remote or for classrooms and schools that are 1:1 https://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/2020-21/021521/digging-up-a-p
Activities nd questions to accompany the story "My Mother is an Addict" from Upfront in an easy to use google form format which makes for quick grading and easy access during remote or for classrooms and schools that are 1:1. I utilize these activities by the week, assigning one to students each day
This handout was made in order to practice SOAPSToning articles that are from the Upfront magazine, or other small, short, non-fiction pieces. It is a type of literary analysis that allows students to ask questions and recognize bias opinions in news articles. It can also be used to analyze visuals
Want the most adorable lesson in the galaxy? Then look no further! Students will be using the 2021-2022 World Affairs Almanac via Upfront Magazine to compare the development data from four countries: the United States, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, China, and Singapore. They'll be finding in
To promote higher engagement in non-fiction texts with lower level high school readers/learners, I often use magazines such as Scholastic Scope, Scholastic UpFront, Newsweek, Time, People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated, and many others, allowing students to choose the article the

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