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News-O-Matic Free Pilot Program for Teachers and Students

March 6, 2016

News-O-Matic is a terrific resource for students and teachers. With five new articles available each day at multiple reading levels and in Spanish, this literacy solution is a must-have for teachers looking for high-interest informational text. The folks at News-O-Matic are offering a free pilot program for teachers and their students. You can now sign up and try News-O-Matic free for 30 days. Then you can certainly see if it’s a good one for your classroom.

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News-O-Matic Free Pilot Program for Teachers and Students 2News-O-Matic is also accessible from all devices, including web browsers, Chromebooks, iPads/iPhones, Android tablets/phones, and Kindle Fire. The articles are written specifically for children and vetted by a child psychologist on staff. Teachers can access customizable assessment tools correlated to the standards, and students can hear the articles read aloud to them. This free pilot program includes a teacher’s guide, vocabulary support, and the option for peer-to-peer discussion too. Kids can also ask questions, comment, or draw to share their thinking and demonstrate their understanding.

Learn more about this free pilot opportunity by visiting News-O-Matic’s website!

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