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NEWSELA features news articles, but also contains other content, including primary sources and some reference sources.
- Assign them in NEWSELA
- Instruct: Include instructions that guide student thinking as they read. Are there certain ideas they should look for? Are there essential questions they should ask?
- Annotate: This feature lets you highlight and provide margin notes that clarify, connect, and challenge student thinking.
- Prompt: Use NEWSELA provided writing prompts or create your own to engage students in personal reflection about what they've read.
- Click on Open Activities (right side of screen), select Write.
- Assign them in Google Classroom
- Assign to Research Skills (left side of screen)
- Add instructions
- Click ASSIGN.
- You can still add instruction, annotations, and customize prompts within the NEWSELA.
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