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Your September 2020 Teacher's Guide

 Welcome back, teachers!

Congratulations on the start of another school year—whatever that looks like for you. I want to assure you that regardless of your teaching situation, Choices will be there for you and your students.

Each month, this four-page guide will help you plan your lessons by outlining your print and digital resources. Here are a few tips for making the most of Choices.

 Ready to get started? Activate your digital subscription now for access to videos, lesson plans, SEL text sets, and more! Here’s how to set yourself up for a successful year.

 

⓵ Learn to share content via Google Classroom or any other LMS at scholastic.com/lms.

 

⓶ Find your classroom password using your dashboard.

 

⓷ Get answers to all your Choices Digital questions with our Help & How-To’s.

 

Please reach out with questions, concerns, or feedback. I’d love to hear how you’re teaching with Choices this year!

 

Warmly,

Jennie Yabroff, Executive Editor

jyabroff@scholastic.com

Looking for the Digital Resouce Guide that came with your print issue? Click here!

Ready to get started? Here are our favorite teaching packages this month:

DEBATE: Are E-sports Real Sports?

E-sports offer a more inclusive playing field, but do they count as real sports? Two Choices advisers weigh in.

 

Get the lesson plan.

See your teaching resources.

YOUR WORLD: Coming Together While Apart

Coronavirus separated students from friends, family, and school. Read how six teens found inspiring and moving ways to stay connected and help others during the pandemic.

 

Get the lesson plan.

See your teaching resources.

YOUR LIFE: Um . . . Should I Post That? 

Many young people consider themselves social media experts. But how much do teens know about how to act online in awkward situations? Give them our quiz to find out!

 

Get the lesson plan.

See your teaching resources.

YOUR YEAR: Back to School Survival Guide

Whether they attend school from the couch or in the classroom, getting back into the swing of things can be stressful for students. Don’t worry: The Choices team has their back.

 

Get the lesson plan.

See your teaching resources.

New Year, New Goals 

Teens can complete and share this goal-setting worksheet on social media for greater accountability.

See the poster.