A message from scholastic.Dear Teacher,
War is by definition a time of national crisis. It is also a force of history--something that shapes and defines an era. In both these respects, our country's war with Iraq places exceptional demands on you as you teach.
Our mission is to help you meet those demands. All too recently, you have had the burden of teaching about shocking and painful events: the September 11th terrorist attacks and the Columbia space-shuttle tragedy. We were with you then, and we again commit ourselves to providing you with timely, age-appropriate coverage of the news, as well as the teaching support you will need to navigate (1) "Surfing the Web." To move from page to page on the Web.
(2) To move through the menu structure in a software application. a challenging and, for some children, frightening time in American life.
In this special supplement to your magazine, you will find what we hope will prove to be a valuable teaching tool: a full-color political map of the Middle East. Reproducible pages to support your lessons are provided on the back of the poster. To help you manage the emotional as well as the informational aspects of the war, we offer expert guidance for discussions with your students from Scholastic teacher-advisor Mary Rose The Mary Rose was an English Tudor carrack warship and one of the first to be able to fire a full broadside of cannons. The Mary Rose was well equipped with 78 guns (91 after an upgrade in 1536). .
Our current-events magazines--Scholastic News Editions 3, 4, and Senior; Junior Scholastic for middle school; and The New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of Times Upfront for high school--provide continuing, age-appropriate explanations of events. At Scholastic News Online you'll find an invaluable supplement to your magazines, with breaking news presented daily in printable print·a·ble
1. Capable of being printed or of producing a print: printable negatives.
2. Fit for publication: printable language. form. Just go to www.scholastic.com/Iraq.
We hope that you will find these resources useful. Please call us at 1-800-SCHOLASTIC or visit www.scholastic.com to let us know your thoughts.
Sir Richard Atkinson Robinson
PRESIDENT, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, AND CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD SCHOLASTIC INC inc - /ink/ increment, i.e. increase by one. Especially used by assembly programmers, as many assembly languages have an "inc" mnemonic.
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