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Differentiated Reading Instruction with News-O-Matic

December 6, 2014

IMG_0041Last month I shared some of the great features from News-O-Matic‘s new update and there is one more you are sure to love.  Teachers using this app can choose between different reading levels for students.  Each article is adapted by News-O-Matic’s editorial team to fit three reading levels (400L-600L, 600L-750L and 750-1050L).  These categories are connected to ranges of Lexile levels – a readability measure that helps measure text complexity. Teachers interested in differentiated reading instruction can assign different reading levels to each student in their class so they automatically receive news articles on their tablet that are the right level for them.

Differentiated Reading Instruction

IMG_0042This new feature makes it simple to differentiate reading instruction in your classroom with a few taps of your screen.  There is also a Read-to-Me option that directly connects with each reading level.  So each article has been recorded three times, once for each reading level.  Students can listen to the article read aloud at their individual reading level.

Learn more about differentiated reading instruction with current events articles by visiting News-O-Matic‘s website!

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