Some things stand the test of time.
Although technology is advancing in schools every day, getting students interested in reading is a teaching method that will endure.
The same is true with games. While newer and more advanced games are created each year, some classics may always be enjoyed.
In a sixth-grade reading class at Ripon Middle School, teacher Sandy Wisneski is using reading comprehension exercises along with a classic board game to improve students’ reading skills.
Every other Friday, the learners are split into groups and play Scrabble, a game created in 1938.
To read the entire story, see the Jan. 28 edition of the Ripon Commonwealth Press.