The Inquiry Chart (I-Chart) is a strategy that enables students to generate meaningful questions about a topic and organize their writing. Students integrate prior knowledge or thoughts about the topic with additional information found in several sources. I-Charts can be used with the entire class, small groups, or individual work.
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Structured programs in which students participate in the civic and political life of their community, which enhances the students' academic success, social behaviors, leadership skills, and community awareness.
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"Why not use every effective teaching tool at our disposal?" asks Michael Cavna in the Washington Post. Set in the context of a young child being chided for reading a graphic novel in class, Cavna urges educators to get to know some terrific and award-winning graphic novels from 2013. Here you'll find 10 great titles that can find a place in your classroom. All your readers, but perhaps especially your reluctant ones, will thank you for it!