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October 15, 2015
Students write letters to their favorite clothing brand explaining what they’ve learned about garment workers around the world and how they want the company to help those who make our clothes.
Prize: Threads and Flames by Esther Friesner
Students write a short essay about what they think happened to Icahbod Crane.
Prize: The Night Gardener by Jonathan Auxier
Using text evidence, students explain why some kids are more drawn to extreme sports than others and decide whether kids should be allowed to do extreme sports.
Prize: First Descent by Pam Withers
Students respond to the question, “How can ordinary people be special?” and explain how Josie and the narrator of the poem might answer this question, using text evidence to support their ideas.
Prize: Newsgirl by Liza Ketchum
Students use our dazzling infographic on the tardigrade (an amazingly resilient microscopic creature) to write a persuasive paragraph about why the tardigrade would make a great school mascot.
Prize: Three winners will each get a $25 Visa gift card. We will publish the winning entries on Scope Online.