With the arrival of August, let’s take a look at what resources folks used the most on ReadWriteThink.org in July.
Our student interactive tools and mobile apps have continued to be hot! But folks have also found and been using other types of content.
With the start of the Olympics, users have been visiting the calendar entry on the start of the games.
While students have been out of school on break, adults looked for ways to help the learning continue. One way was using the Tip and How To on helping a child write a story. With the focus on summer reading, folks learned how to help a child write about a book that was read.
- Guided Reading
- Implementing the Writing Process
- Making Connections
- Persuasive Writing
- Using Think-Pair-Share
How did you use ReadWriteThink.org in July? What are your plans for August?