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The Best Places To Get The “Same” Text Written For Different “Levels”

The Best Places To Get The “Same” Text Written For Different “Levels”
Having the “same” text written for different levels of English comprehension can be a life-saver for a multi-level class of English Language Learners or for a teacher with a mainstream class that includes some students that are facing other challenges. They can be an important tool for differentiation. But where do you get these different versions other than creating them yourself? Here are a few sources, and I hope that readers will suggest more: Newsela provides several “levels” of the same newspaper articles, along with accompanying online quizzes, that students can read and take. For a small fee, Teachers can create a virtual classroom, assign articles and monitor student progress. News In Levels offers similar resources, but without the ability to track student progress online. For The Teachers has similar leveled articles available for download. Breaking News English Text Compactor lets you paste text into it and then automatically shares different versions with fewer words. Related

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