1. ReadWorks Article-A-Day
2. ReadWorks Paired Texts
3. Audio and text-to-speech
4. ReadWorks Student Library
5. Reading Mindset Snapshot
6. Student tools
- Distraction free enables students to remove distracting features from their screen and expand the text focusing simply on the text and questions.
- Text magnification is a feature that is especially ideal for students with visual needs. It allows them to choose among three text enlargement options.
- Split screen allows students to “read and answer questions side-by-side. By clicking the split screen button, students can focus more on digging into the text and less on trying to remember what they read.”
- Guided reading strip is another good feature that helps students track and focus on one line of text at a time. There is also the option to highlight and annotate text and add paragraph numbers for ease of reference and navigation.
- Students can also download their assignments and use ReadWorks offline mode to work on them without the need for Internet connection.
ReadWorks video tutorials
- ReadWorks Overview, by Alissa Solchik
- Student Tools, by ReadWorks
- Supporting All Learners ReadWorks’ Differentiation Tools, by ReadWorks
- Importing a class in ReadWorks and creating an assignment for Google Classroom, by Kimberly Jacquay
- Paired Texts for Educators, by ReadWorks
- How to Use ReadWorks, by Jessica Klingsick
- Student Library for Educators, by ReadWorks
- How to Do the Reading Mindset Snapshot, by ReadWorks