It’s a whole new year, and Reading A-Z has a whole new look! Check out the newest Reading A-Z updates, including enhancements to the Reading A-Z website and Teacher Corner. Additionally, don’t miss the newly added literacy resources to help students advance close reading skills, as well as improvements to reporting and collaboration functionality.
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Enhanced File Cabinet
The Reading A-Z File Cabinet makes collaboration a breeze by giving you the ability to organize, save, and share your favorite resources. New folder sharing options now allow you to share with your district, your school, or specific teachers at your school.
New Close Read Passages
Reading A-Z Close Read Passages are thematically linked with a leveled book, giving students an opportunity to make connections between multiple texts. We’ve added 25 Fiction and 25 Nonfiction Close Read Passages, and will be adding more soon.
New Spanish Close Reading Packs
Reading A-Z now offers Spanish Close Reading Packs for grades 2-4, which include translated versions of our Close Read Passages, as well as Spanish Student Response Sheets and Teaching Tips. Packs for additional grades are coming soon.
Teacher Corner Refresh
We’ve expanded and reorganized the Teacher Corner to make it easier to find the information you need. Plus, we’ve added a Professional Development section, so you can quickly access resources to help you get the most out of your Reading A-Z subscription.
Updated Home Page
The Reading A-Z Home Page for logged in users has a fresh, new look. The new page includes a Standards and Correlations section to make it easier to find the right resources to align with your instruction and assessments. Plus, you can now view the most by popular books by grade level.