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Educational Websites

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NewsELAhttps://newsela.com/

     This site provides news articles about current events that apply to all subjects.  After students read the article, which can be adjusted to better fit a student lexile level, they can respond to a writing prompt and take a quiz.

ThinkCERCEhttp://www.thinkcerca.com/

     This site is very similar to NewsELA, but it has a read aloud option that will read the article to students.  Also, unfamiliar vocab words are defined by click the vocab tab under resources.

Readworkshttp://www.readworks.org/

     Readworks has a plethora of resources.  The site allows teachers to select certain skills, or pick pre-made lessons.  Teachers can select texts with questions, and it will even give options for paired texts.

IXL Math- http://www.ixl.com/math/

     IXL breaks down each grade level and lists the skills for those grades.  Students compete against a running clock to solve math problems.

EduToolbox-http://www.edutoolbox.org/?mc_cid=0993f17f00&mc_eid=17b3bb6cd7

This new website includes units, lessons, task arcs, assessments, videos, and professional learning materials that have been migrated from www.TNCore.org.

BreakEDU.com

Science Resource Central- https://mylearning.powerschool.com/LinvilleScience/scmsscience/cms_page/view

 

Tn.gov/readtobeready- http://tn.gov/readtobeready

 

 

 

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