Thinking critically: Cyberbullying
The Thinking Critically series introduces students to the complex issues that dominate public discourse and challenges them to become discerning readers, to think independently, and to engage and develop their skills as critical thinkers. Chapters are organized in a pro/con format, in which a single author synthesizes the predominant arguments for and against an issue into clear, accessible discussions supported by details and evidence including relevant facts, direct quotes, current examples, and statistical illustrations. All volumes include focus questions to guide students as they read each pro/con discussion, a list of key facts, source notes, and an annotated list of related organizations and websites for conducting further research. Book jacket.
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|Grouped Work ID||b69eb680-4675-c57f-061b-47c7f1cc8c89|
|Grouping Title||thinking critically cyberbullying|
|Grouping Author||currie stephen|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-03-06 23:22:00PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-08-08 01:16:33AM|
|author||Currie, Stephen, 1960-|
|available_at_school||Jere Baxter Middle|
|detailed_location_school||Jere Baxter Middle - Teen Non-Fiction|
|display_description||"Cyberbullying, or the harassment of teenagers and others through texts, email, and social media, is a growing issue both in schools and in society. Through narrative-driven pro/con format--supported by facts, quotes, anecdotes, and full-color illustrations--this title examines issues related to cyberbullying. Topics include How Much of a Problem Is Cyberbullying? How Does Cyberbullying Compare to Ordinary Bullying? Should Schools Respond to Off-Campus Cyberbullying? What Role Should Law Enforcement Play in Cyberbullying?"--Provided by the publisher.|
|owning_location_school||Jere Baxter Middle|
|title_display||Thinking critically. Cyberbullying|
|title_full||Thinking critically. Cyberbullying / Stephen Currie|