ELA: The way forward

There’s a need for both scholarly literature study and pragmatic skills exercise in ELA classrooms - but there’s a growing gulf between these practices, and it’s resulting in fragmented ELA study that fails many students. A piece of the puzzle is missing: instructional content that can help students build background knowledge to draw connections between seminal literature and real-world skills.

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* Source: U.S. Department of Education

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Read the following guide ELA: The way forward to explore the challenges ELA curriculum directors face:

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The disconnect between skills-based programs and students' skill growth

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Why most ELA teachers reject textbooks as their content of choice

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Finding authentic content that enhances literature study and builds skills

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