Newsela: News and nonfiction at your reading level
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Newsela supercharges learning in every subject.
It starts with interesting articles about tons of topics—each available at 5 reading levels. Assessments are included with the articles to help readers engage with the content.
As students read and take quizzes, the Newsela app adjusts the reading level to keep articles challenging and engaging. Plus, students can keep track of their improvement over time automatically.
Our favorite features:
- Browse and search our entire library of leveled articles both online or offline.
- Adjust the reading level with a simple two-finger swipe.
- Take quizzes both online or offline.
- Track and view progress in real-time.
- Get informed of breaking stories and new assignments with notifications.
If you are a teacher, you can also:
- View and create assignments
- Check aggregate class performance in the Binder
Today, more than 5 million learners are using Newsela to become better readers.
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Our mission is to unlock the written word for everyone. Newsela is an Instructional Content Platform that brings together engaging, accessible content with integrated assessments and insights. The result is more engaged readers—and engaged readers are better learners.
Newsela Website: http://www.newsela.com
What's New in Version 1.7.1
Bug fixes and performance enhancements.
I attended a PD for LAUSD today and the dynamic, engaging Kaylene Beers (author of "When Kids Can't Read) highly recommended this reading source because it adjusst the stories to different reading levels. I'm going to try it out with my summer school classes.
consume too much storage of 16GB iPhone
I really appreciate your efforts to make learning English accessible to us foreign students. But I have no idea to clean the cache or articles downloaded to read new articles. Hope you can add a button or clean the cache automatically. Thank you!
Very useful website if you want to improve your English reading