Digital Resources & Interactives for Student Success
READY FOR READING
Students around the globe vary in the challenges they face when it comes to reading. From learning disabilities to language barriers, students struggle with ways to connect to what they are reading, understand it at their appropriate level and even relate to the written language and word choices outside of their normal range of use. These barriers keep students from fully engaging with the text and often from fully comprehending its content. These websites and resources have been collected to help your students find ways to read online, search electronic texts for content they can enjoy and use for project research and even help to build their reading comprehension through various learning tools and programs.
READ & WRITE
Free reading program assistant for teachers - click image for FREE ACCESS LINK. Text-to-speech to hear words, passages, or whole documents read aloud with easy-to-follow dual color highlighting • Text and picture dictionaries to see the meaning of words explained • And speech-to-text for easy dictation.
Online Reading site to help students read books for practice, model fluency by recording themselves so teachers can monitor progress and quickly assess comprehension with accompanying E-quizzes and student reports.
Whooo’s Reading gets students to practice close reading skills through online texts, getting them to write about what they read, develop critical communication skills and demonstrating understanding by the questions connected to each story.