Summer is here! At Reach Every Voice, we are so excited to be starting our Summer Institute in just three short days. We hope all of you are enjoying your summer breaks while still taking time to build your skills!
This month we've got a Math & Money lesson on your Chances of Winning the Lottery. There are also two current event lessons, with one on Ten Year Old Record Climber Selah Schneider, who just climbed El Capitan. The other is on the recent Sports debate about Baseball Expanding Foul Ball Netting.
We round out our selections this month with a two-choice literary lesson on Graphic Novels, a popular genre that is like a comic book at novel length.
Don't forget to take a look at our lesson library for many more options!
Here's what is new in our library this month:
What are Your Chances of Winning the Lottery?
Ten Year Old Record Climber
Baseball Expands Foul Ball Netting
In this two-choice lesson, learn all about Graphic Novels. This literary genre is becoming extremely popular, especially among younger readers.
The lottery. People dream of striking it rich in the lottery, but what is the actual math behind your chances?
Dress Codes are used by the military, schools, and even some restaurants. Learn about how some dress codes disproportionately affect certain groups of people in this lesson written by our #actuallyautistic curriculum writer, Dustin.
Learn all about Selah Schneiter, the ten year old who just this month became the youngest ever climber of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.
Injuries to fans over the past couple of years, and as recently as a couple of weeks ago, has led Major League Baseball to consider expanding their safety netting. What will win - fan safety, or fan viewing experience?
Looking for more? Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!