Tips

  • Need to type up Homework? No problem. Your LAUSD Mymail account grants you access to Google Docs. You'll be able to type anything, anywhere.Even on your phone! You can google search Google Docs and access it there.

  • If you need homework help after school, we have programs such as Boys & Girls club and City Year available. You are always welcome to stick around after school.

Helpful Links

Tips

  • No USB Flash Drive? You can use your LAUSD Mymail account to log onto google Drive. You can upload your homework, documents or any other file and access it from any device with internet access.

Reading Websites

  • The focus of this site is on explicit reading strategy instruction. Teachers select graphic organizers to use before, during and after reading to support reading comprehension

  • This free, online site offers reading activities for all levels. Students can track their progress and teachers can easily view different reports. 

  • NewsELA publishes daily news articles from leading publications like The Washington Post, Scientific American, and The Guardian at 5 reading levels from grades 2-12 to drive gains in literacy.

  • The constantly growing archive helps students develop a love of reading while they expand their understanding of the world. Only at NewsELA can students find timely, authentic, and engaging nonfiction content written at a reading level that's just right for them.

  • Standards-aligned quizzes allow teachers to check for understanding in real time. Annotations and highlighting enable students to work with students to achieve deeper comprehension. Unlock these insights and more inside an easy to use Binder, and help students becomes fearless readers.

  • This site offers reading passages by grade span at various Lexile levels. It features topics about animals, fashion entertainment, school, science, technology, national and world news written by kids and professional journalists.

  • This site facilitates students with disabilities participating in mainstream content-area classes. It promotes CSR: Collaborative Strategic Reading as a way of improving student's reading comprehension skills.

  • CSR focuses on providing students with specific reading roles and promotes both conversations and in depth analysis of texts.

  • ReadWriteThink is an online resource that contains hundreds of lessons interactive and engaging activities, printables and an app to help students improve their reading and writing skills. From the IRA (International Reading Association) and BCTE (National Council of Teachers of English), the site serves language arts teachers from pre-K through 12th grade. ReadWriteThink is mainly a resouce for teachers. It is completely free.

  • This free site focuses on reading comprehension. It provides text passages in various content areas for grades K-12, There are also full lessons for K - 6. Check out the Article-A-Day feature

  • Edwin Markham students proudly use Achieve3000. This website provides in depth Lexile assessments that grow along with the students. Students can set their own pace while still achieving great results and promoting growth.

Reading websites, links and description provided by LAUSD

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