Introducing Raz-Plus Español, an Add-On to Raz-Plus
High-Quality Resources for Every Student
Raz-Plus Español offers más posibilidades to Raz-Plus, adding hundreds of Spanish resources to your literacy toolkit, including:
- New Spanish Level Up! digital experience for student practice
- New Authentic Spanish texts
- New Español Reading Room
- New Summer School theme packs
Empower your Dual Language educators with the tools to help their students achieve biliteracy.
Raz-Plus Español at a Glance
More Authentic Spanish Resources at Your Fingertips
Flexible Resources for Dual Language Instruction
Raz-Plus Español supports key literacy instruction for Spanish-speaking students by providing a comprehensive, blended learning approach.
Learn more about our resources for Dual Language and Bilingual Programs.
Authentic Spanish Texts and Transadapted Resources
Raz-Plus Español provides hundreds of authentic Spanish texts, written by native Spanish authors, as well as transadapted resources.
Learn more about the authors of our authentic Spanish texts written by native Spanish speakers.
Digital Learning With Independent Practice Tools
Raz-Plus Español includes a student-facing digital learning platform that is equipped with student incentives and rewards. With this solution, students can improve their Spanish reading skills with Level Up!, an independent student practice and progress area to help students advance to the next Learning A-Z reading level. Students can also practice their Spanish reading skills in the Reading Room, a library of resources for students to choose relevant, exciting content to read.
Find the Right Raz-Plus Solution for Teachers and Students
Provide a comprehensive, blended learning approach to literacy.
Students building English literacy skills
Enhance Spanish reading skills with Spanish literacy resources
Dual language students trying to achieve biliteracy in Spanish and English
Enhance English language proficiency for English Language Learners.
Students learning English from any other language or students testing out of their ELL program