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.
What was it like in Washington on the day of the march fifty years ago? How was non-violent protest used in the fight for civil rights? Help your students bring it to life in our new...
This week’s theme is devoted to the life and contributions of Nelson Mandela. Grade-leveled articles will feature supplemental videos and primary sources to help students learn and evaluate what made Mandela an effective leader,...
As millions of Americans prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday this week, some are preparing for their annual shopping spree the day after Thanksgiving! Many retailers offer extraordinary deals the Friday after Thanksgiving in order...
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