Face to Face

Communication skills are built in Mind Missions. Each lesson requires reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Elementary Language Arts skills are integral to mission and life success.

In today’s digital age, it can be easy to avoid face-to-face interaction. Interpersonal skills are essential to communicate confidently, effectively, and efficiently with other people. Strong communication skills are essential to understanding and growth. In Mind Missions lessons, reading, writing, speaking, and listening are integral to the learning experience. Elementary language arts skills are emphasized throughout the process. Strong communication builds mission success.

Mind Missions sample lesson prepares students for the 21st century

Language Arts Integration

Social Studies and Language Arts instruction is integrated in Mind Missions learning. Combined language arts and social studies can lead to powerful gains for students. There are a few key reasons. First, kids often love non-fiction content found in social studies. They love to learn about places around the world and interesting people from yesterday and today. This curiosity motivates students to make progress in reading skills. Literacy experts are calling for students to increase time spent reading informational text. Mind Missions offers leveled informational text that allows practice in this specific reading skill. Mind Missions stories also provide essential background knowledge for comprehension success. Reading information in social studies prepares students for the future. It enables them to read informational text, conduct research, and analyze current events. Finally, the integration of language arts and social studies supports that social studies instruction isn't lost with the emphasis on reading and math happening in most schools.

Communication Skills with Mind Missions

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