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News | October 27, 2010

New Videos Debut on ReadWriteThink.org

 

Looking for ways to more deeply engage with the redesigned ReadWriteThink.org? Check out ReadWriteThink ReView, a collection of video demonstrations that show how to dig into what the site has to offer. Even if you are a frequent visitor to the site, these short demonstrations will show you how to better navigate new features on ReadWriteThink.org. The videos can also be a valuable addition to school-based professional development time, allowing educators to explore the site as a group.

The current collection of ReadWriteThink ReView videos includes

  • Aligning Your Instruction With State Standards

    Lessons on ReadWriteThink.org are aligned to the IRA/NCTE Standards for the English Arts and also to your state standards. Learn where to find this information within each lesson.
  • Filtering to Refine Your Search

    ReadWriteThink.org has thousands of high-quality resources. Find exactly the resource you need by using the filter tool to quickly and effectively narrow your search.
  • Finding Cross-Curricular Resources

    ReadWriteThink.org is part of Verizon Thinkfinity. Find out how you can search ReadWriteThink for reading and language arts resources and also receive results from our cross-curricular content partners.
  • Seeing What’s Popular

    Learn how to see what's featured on the site and also what other visitors are viewing, e-mailing, and sharing.
  • Sharing Your Ideas by Posting Comments

    Contribute to the site by adding suggestions or comments about lessons and other resources. Benefit from the comments posted by others.
  • Sharing Resources

    Found a resource that’s simply too good to keep to yourself? Learn how to share your favorites from ReadWriteThink.org.

Check back often because new video demonstrations will be coming soon!