Thursday, January 7, 2016

Throwback Thursday: NewsELA - Differentiate Reading for Your Students

We first shared NewsELA in a blog post by Evan Payne in February 2015.  You can read Evan's original post here:

NewsELA is a great resource for leveled non-fiction articles.  Teachers can create a free account/class and assign selected articles to students.  Each article can be read at a variety of Lexile levels so all students can get similar information but at their own level.  Articles also have writing prompt options and quizzes.  Some are available with a Spanish translation.

Teachers can search for articles by keyword, category or text set.  They can create their own text sets or choose from a variety of topics already curated by NewsELA.  NewsELA also recently added Spanish Text Sets to their collection.  For more information, check out their blog post about the update:

How do you use NewsELA in your classroom?  Leave us a comment below!

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