Subtext is remarkably well-aligned with the Common Core Standards. When students read with Subtext, they are naturally encouraged to analyze what they read, articulate what they think and make connections between texts and the outside world. And of course, reading with Subtext integrates a whole host of 21st Century skills.
Check out our Common Core reading lists and Common Core-aligned annotations in our Black History Month lesson.
How Subtext aligns to the Common Core
|Students should be reading at higher lexile levels||• Book lists by grade level (including all ebooks on CCSSI text exemplar list)
• Sample Common Core-aligned annotations
|Emphasis on close reading, critical thinking & writing||• Notes and Tags highlight core concepts and link to text
• Supports reading, analysis & writing loop
• Access to lesson plans, sample annotations, assessments
• Chapter-end writing prompts
• Teacher community/knowledge sharing
|More non-fiction, mixed media, & informational texts||• Access to web & video content
• Opportunity for content bundling & crosslinking