Scope provides a range of differentiation tools to help all your levels of learners access what they read in the magazine.
Here are some of our most popular differentiation tools:
Our videos not only build excitement and curiosity, they also introduce vocabulary and key ideas your students will encounter in what they read.
Quizzes on two levels
Our quizzes come on two levels and are modeled on the selected- and constructed-response questions your students will encounter on high-stakes tests.
The Vocabulary Slideshows contain student-friendly definitions of challenging words found in Scope articles and stories. Example sentences and photos or videos are also included. Each word and definition can also be heard pronounced aloud.
Audio read-alouds of vocabulary and articles and stories are a powerful tool to model fluency and expression and build listening-comprehension skills.
Activities on two levels
Many of our activities come on two levels. The higher level will have little to no scaffolding. The lower level includes scaffolds such as sentence starters and partially completed graphic organizers.
I am eager to hear how these tools are working for you and your students. Drop me an email or tweet anytime to let me know how it is going and how we can continue to support you in your important work!
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