January 31, 2011
DIGITAL PACKAGE FOR:
"Sad Song for Album Sales" pp. 6-7
- Projectable PDF of this article
- Differentiated-instruction activities: BASIC or ADVANCED
- Hear a listen-and-read podcast
EVEN MORE RESOURCES FOR THIS ISSUE:
- PRINTABLE: This issue's skills review quiz
- NEW! NUMBERS IN THE NEWS!
Click for this week's story!
- STUDENT POLL: Buy, Buy Albums—or Bye Bye
- TEACHER'S EDITION: Download it here
- CALCULIT: Math book list
related to the articles and skills in the January 31, 2011 issue of Scholastic MATH Magazine.
For each, we indicate if it is intended for students, teachers, or both.
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: How many more Twitter followers does Justin Bieber have now, compared to when we wrote our puzzle? Find out here! Write your own polynomial problem based on the latest tally.
- “CHILL WITH JUSTIN,” PP. 4–5
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Learn more about wind chill from the National Weather Service.
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Frequently asked questions about wind chill:
- “SAD SONG FOR ALBUM SALES,” PP. 6–7
TEACHERS: An analysis of 2010 album sales. Share with interested students.
- “CALCULIT!,” PP. 8–9
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Here’s a list of books featured in previous editions of CalcuLIT.
STUDENTS: Share your favorite books as part of Scholastic’s global literacy campaign.
TEACHERS: Share your favorite books as part of Scholastic’s global literacy campaign.
TEACHERS: How to use youarewhatyouread.com with your students
- “NBA SHARP SHOOTERS,” PP. 10–11
STUDENTS: All the NBA statistics you’ve ever wanted to know!
- “AVAT-AREA,” PP. 12–13
STUDENTS: A fun perimeter and area game
TEACHERS: An interactive area lesson
- BACK PAGE
STUDENTS: Practice renaming mixed numbers