How do we use art to make the world a better place?
How can we build strong communities?
How can we make better choices to help the Earth?
The Media Effect
Why should you question the media?
School for All
How can education change lives?
Lead the Way
How can you be a good leader?
Every Drop Counts
Why should we care about water?
Your Mind Matters
Why is talking about mental health important?
The Best Buy
Who really pays when we buy?
In Our Hands
How can we be active global citizens?
Are You Hungry?
What will it take to feed the world?
What is our responsibility to animals?
Inspire students to take action through real-world inquiries!
The Take Action series is made up of 12 student magazine-style books (32-pages each), online anchor videos on each topic, and a companion Teacher's Guide.
Titles and topics focus on: Ethical Citizenship, Social Justice, Sustainability, and Our Canadian Society!
- Built on inquiry and project-based learning
- Social justice action initiative for each topic
- Cross-curricular connections to literacy, social studies, science, arts, health, math, and citizenship
- Teaching support with strategies for deep comprehension, critical thinking, and inquiry-based learning
- A website for each title with anchor videos and additional supports
Teaching support included in every spread for all 12 titles
with the same elements, so you can help students understand
and go deeper into each topic.
- Minds on Reflection (Before Reading):
Questions that allow students to reflect on their own background knowledge.
- Interdisciplinary Connections:
Each selection has interdisciplinary suggestions and questions to extend conceptual learning and understanding.
- Links to Inquiry Question:
Prompts to help students reflect on the inquiry question and revise their thinking.
- Taking Action:
This section provides information about individuals, groups, or organizations taking action and questions about the different issues.
- Think About It!:
Contains additional facts or questions for the reader to explore.
- Further Inquiry:
This section examines concepts/themes within the selections and suggests possible topics for further inquiry.