Richer, more dynamic, and more targeted content that enables you to bring your passion for literature and great writing to life.
Connecting Through Technology
- Teachers can bring content to life in a variety of ways. Movie-like trailers build excitement; short scripted videos model academic discussion about literature; and student-led skills videos cover language, reading, and writing concepts. Social media-style Blasts assignments encourage students to share opinions, and anonymous peer reviews provide timely feedback and improve comprehension.
- The vast library of current and classic literature within StudySync® is a powerful content resource available in digital format—and it’s always growing! Paperback novels are also available.
- Content includes complete text selections from Common Core Appendix B, text excerpts, as well as dozens of authentic Spanish selections. Embedded formative and summative assessments ensure student engagement translates into student success.
Support for Blended and Limited Tech Environments
For schools in a digital transition, targeted print materials—to use in conjunction with a digital subscription—include:
Student Reading and Writing Companion
A print consumable of all the core instructional assignments
Teacher Edition Print Companion
A resource with print versions of lessons, grammar and vocabulary worksheets, pacing guides, and other supports for effective classroom management
Our new SyncBlasts™ are specifically designed to support and engage social studies students.
ELA teachers love our Blasts in StudySync’s ELA curriculum, and now your social studies teachers can have access to Blasts in their classrooms as well. The SyncBlasts platform offers current events and social studies channels with daily reading and writing assignments that allow students to engage in thoughtful discussion with SyncBlasts students across the nation about top stories in STEM, world news, the environment, civics, media literacy, and more. With its own news show, podcasts, and skills videos, it’s engaging, it’s addictive, it’s a smart way to build vital critical thinking, writing and research skills!