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Meet your most important ELA objectives with
Scope’s engaging multi-genre content, rich
skill-building support material, and thrilling videos.

 
 

See what’s coming up in your October issue

Narrative Nonfiction

Call of Duty

The inspiring story of Marine Corporal Jose Armenta explores the powerful bond between military working dogs and the handlers who care for them.

Featured skill: inference

 

Drama

The Giver

The new movie of Lois Lowry’s beloved novel becomes an exciting Scope play about a futuristic society without pain or pleasure. We’ve included an essay about memory-erasing drugs and the ethics of using them.

Featured skill: theme

 

Paired Texts

Informational Essay & Personal Essay
Is It Time for Cursive to Die?

An informational essay about the decline of cursive writing and a poignant personal essay about a beloved sister’s letters become a meaningful synthesizing activity.

Featured skill: synthesizing

 

Debate

Do Sports Fans Go to Far?

Shouting maniacally at the television. Weeping in the stands. Smashing windows. Are we taking our love for our favorite teams just a bit too seriously? Students read arguments on both sides of the debate and take a stand.

 

 

Lazy Editor

The Greatest Invention Ever?

Students correct grammatical errors and revise sloppy writing in a short nonfiction article about the awesome history and use of toilet paper.

 
Scope Magazine 'You Write It' article cover image

You Write It

Packing for Mars

Students use our eye-catching infographic to write a website blurb convincing people to take a trip to Mars.

 

 

Grammar

Grammar Has Bad Luck

Students practice there and their while reading about the fascinating origins of three commonly held superstitions.