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Up From Slavery
Our compelling narrative nonfiction feature explores the life and struggles of Booker T. Washington. The article is paired with a beautifull poem by Andrea Davis Pinkney. Together, they reveal how Washington’s relentless pursuit of education helped him and countless others.
Featured skill: text evidence from multiple sources
The Legend of Robin Hood
Take your students on an adventure with our action-packed play based on the legend of Robin Hood. After reading, your students will dive into thought-provoking questions about what defines right and wrong and decide if the legendary outlaw was a criminal—or a hero.
Featured skill: analyzing character
Informational Text and Essay
How the Taco Conquered America
An informational text about how Glen Bell, creator of Taco Bell, popularized the taco in America, paired with an essay about preserving immigrant cultures through food invite students to think about the complex relationship between food and culture in America.
Featured skill: integrating ideas
Should Kids Play Football?
Football is the most popular sport in America—but is it too dangerous to play? Students read arguments on both sides of the debate and take a stand.
Students correct grammatical errors and revise sloppy writing in a short nonfiction article about a teenager who used a 3-D printer to create a mechanical hand for a boy born without fingers.
You Write It
Failure: It’s the Best
Students use our infographic about the importance of failure to write an inspiring graduation speech.
Grammar Gets Zombified
Students practice using among and between while reading about three real-life zombie insects.