You don’t need to change the way you teach. Just use Subtext’s built-in tools to apply your favorite strategies and techniques.
Your students will benefit from your guidance whenever and wherever they’re reading, so you’ll never miss a teaching opportunity.
Students love the peer-to-peer interaction in Subtext—it makes reading and learning together fun and rewarding.
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New this week in #Nonfiction: How to Read a Poem ATOS: 8.8 Recommended Grade Ranges: 6-8 Why is This Ebola Outbreak Spreading? ATOS: 8.7 Recommended Grade Ranges: 6-8 Bold, Bald and Beautiful: Colorado Girl...
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