* 1. In what grade level classes do you use Action? Check all that apply.

* 2. At what grade levels are your students reading? Check all that apply.

* 3. Action is planning to begin offering some articles at two different reading levels. One level will be available in the print magazine at our regular reading level, between grade 3 and grade 5. Another version will be available online, with the same photos but differentiated text. Which differentiated reading level would be most valuable to you for use in your class?

* 4. What type of class do you teach?

* 5. How often do you use each feature in the magazine?

  Always More than half of issues Less than half of issues Never
New Shorts (pages 2-3)
Celebrity Profile (pages 4-5)
Readers Theater Play
True Teen Story
Longer nonfiction articles (History, Science, etc.)
Real-Life Reading and Writing
Back Page Vocabulary Puzzle

* 6. Do you have access to an Interactive Whiteboard (Smart Board)?

* 7. If you do have access to an Interactive Whiteboard, what types of activities do you use it for?

* 8. Have you looked at the Action Web site, www.scholastic.com/actionmag, to find additional resources for your class?

* 9. Which resource on our site have you find to be most valuable?

* 10. We are currently upgrading our Web site, www.scholastic.com/actionmag, to add more and better content for our teacher subscribers. Please rate the following types of digital media from 1 to 5, with 1 being offerings you would most like to see, and 5 being offerings you do not want to see.

  1 2 3 4 5
Interactive skill-building games for students
Activity pages for use with an Interactive Whiteboard
Powerpoint presentations to extend articles
Interactive lesson plans
Current Events content not found in the print magazine
Text-to-Talk (listen to an article while you read along)
Articles offered at differentiated reading levels
"Anchor" videos produced by Scholastic to extend articles
Video links to other web sites

* 11. Would you be willing to have an Action editor contact you to discuss your opinions?

* 12. If you are willing to be contacted, please provide the following information. This contact information will be used for editorial purposes only. We also use this information to find teacher advisers for Action.

* 13. We want to provide content that is most useful to you. What specific article topics would you like to see in Action next year? (Please rate them on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being articles you most want to see and 5 being articles you do not want to see.)

  1 2 3 4 5
5 Years After Hurricane Katrina
Exciting Tales of Lost Explorers in History
Hispanic Heritage: Teen Fiction
Native American Heritage: Trail of Tears
Native American Heritage: The Debate Over Team Mascots
Native American Heritage: Life on a Reservation
Black History: Escape from Slavery
Black History: Greensboro Student Sit-Ins
Celebrating Chinese New Year
Anne Frank
Teens and Drugs
Money Matters: We Lost Our Home
Teens Who Text While Driving
Woman’s History: Women in Combat
Woman’s History: Helen Keller
Guest-Edited Issue by Skateboarding Legend Tony Hawk
Immigration: A Family Separated
Immigration: Crossing the Border
Earth Day: Strange Frogs
True Stories of Rescue Dogs
Japanese Internment Camps of World War II

* 14. Finally, what celebrities would you and your students most like to see on the cover and in our celebrity profiles? (Please rate them on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being celebrities you most want to see and 5 being celebrities you do not want to see.)

  1 2 3 4 5
Vanessa Hudgens
Candace Parker
David Archuleta
Jordin Sparks
Johnny Depp
Ryan Sheckler
LeBron James
Demi Lovato
Robert Pattinson
Will Ferrell
Carrie Underwood
Miranda Cosgrove
Alicia Keys
Danica Patrick
Queen Latifah
Kobe Bryant
Dwyane Wade
Tom Brady
Serena Williams
Shaun White
Tony Hawk
Justin Bieber
Jennifer Lopez
Tracy Morgan
Miley Cyrus
Kristen Stewart
Zoe Saldana
Shia LaBeouf
Zac Efron
Anne Hathaway
Michael Cera
Taylor Lautner
America Ferrera
Mario Lopez
Lea Michele (Glee)
Cory Monteith (Glee)
Michelle Rodriguez (Avatar, Lost)