Points of View: Set 2
Understanding different points of view is an essential
part of growing up. Readers strengthen their ability to analyze and respect
different viewpoints as they examine questions about a wide range of
topics–from junk food in schools to the importance of voting. Informative main
text, detailed graphic organizers, and fact boxes provide readers with the
background necessary to make their own informed opinions on these issues.
Full-color photographs of relatable young people in common situations help
readers apply this critical-thinking exercise to their own lives.
•Objective, age-appropriate tone encourages readers to practice
keeping an open mind when interacting with those who think differently than they
•Text inspires readers to think independently and critically about
the world around them
•Carefully chosen topics introduce readers to
broader social and political issues, such as censorship, gender equality, and
violence in the media, through a relatable lens