StudySync 9–12: A Comprehensive High School ELA Curriculum
Bring Literature to Life
StudySync engages high school learners with a rigorous, student-centered curriculum which connects learning to students’ lives beyond the classroom.
At Grades 9–12, StudySync provides unprecedented instructional choice, presenting teachers with thematic units, novel study units, teacher-created units, and chronological options at grades 11 and 12—ALL while ensuring 100% of standards are met, regardless of which path is chosen. Every day, students interact with high-quality classic and contemporary literature that’s rigorous, culturally-relevant, and presented in a highly-engaging digital format.
- Provides instructional choice with thematic units, novel studies, teacher-created units, and chronological options for American and British Literature
- Features a continuously growing library of over 2000 classic and contemporary texts
- Supports interchangeable print and digital use
- Includes extensive writing and research practice
- Automatically embeds scaffolds so ALL students reach their potential
Components for StudySync 9–12
StudySync’s print and digital resources are designed to be used interchangeably for teachers and students in all types of classrooms. The print materials support the digital platform so that teachers and students can switch seamlessly between individual devices, shared devices, or device-free structures depending on levels of access and the needs of students.
Student Digital Subscription
In the StudySync digital student platform, 9–12 students can access assignments, view completed work in their binder, and search the StudySync digital library of texts. When students log in, they see assignments that have yet to be completed. When students choose an assignment, they have automatic access to any scaffolds or graphic organizers associated with that lesson.
Teacher Digital Subscription
In the StudySync digital teacher platform, teachers can view all the lessons and components in a unit, modify lessons and activities as necessary for the needs of their classroom and students, explore Prompts, Blasts, Skills, and Texts in the StudySync Library, access student work and grade book, and modify student settings for language proficiency and supplemental language. In the digital platform, teachers have access to all components of lessons, lesson plans, scaffolds, and supplemental materials.