Newsela & Ohio’s Reading Restart Plan: Supporting Critical Literacy Areas for Grades 3-12

MAR 8, 2022

In this webinar recording, we'll cover:

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    Discover how Newsela’s instructional content and platform features supports the Science of Reading for students grades 3 and above

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    Showcase three main ways Newsela makes this happen by building background knowledge, incorporating opportunities for daily writing and targeting vocabulary practice

  • 3

    See how Newsela make strategies for highly effective readers come to life

Speaker Details

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Luci Cambria

Curricular Solutions Architect

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Luciana DiTullio

District Partnerships

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