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is the highly engaging language arts magazine specifically designed to build the skills of struggling readers. Every issue provides exciting, crosscurricular nonfiction at an accessible reading level. Each article is supported by a wealth of skills sheets and quizzes that help you meet higher academic standards by focusing on the same skills onlevel students must master. Subscriptions come with full access to Action
Online, featuring TexttoSpeech audio, differentiated articles, exciting videos, and much more. Grades 612 (Reading Level 35), Monthly.
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Take a look at the highinterest reading intervention content Scholastic Action has in store for this school year.
Scholastic Action Calendar
Take an indepth look at the many ways Scholastic Action
meets the Common Core State Standards.
Scholastic Action Common Core Highlights
<b>Subscriber access to <i>Action</i> Online includes:</b><br><br><b>Digital Editions</b><br>Read every issue on your interactive whiteboard, projector, or classroom computer.<br><br><b>Differentiated Nonfiction</b><br>Digital versions of <i>Action</i> articles are available at three different Lexile<SUP>®</SUP> levels to help you differentiate instruction.<br><br><b>Text–to–Speech Audio</b><br>Text–to–Speech audio highlights each word as it is read aloud by a professional voice–over artist.<br><br><b>Videos with Closed–Captioning</b><br>Fun, illustrative videos encourage and inspire reluctant readers.<br><br><b>Bonus Printables and Quizzes</b><br>20+ skills sheets per issue reinforce core language arts concepts.<br><br><b>Interactive ELA Games</b><br>Reinforce analytical language arts concepts, like finding text evidence, context clues, central idea and details, and many more!<br><br><b>2–Year Archive</b><br>You’ll have access to all issues and content from the past two years. <br><br><b>Student iPad<SUP>®</SUP> App</b><br>Read any issue from the school year, watch videos, play learning games, and listen to articles read aloud on our iPad app!
(April 25, 2014)
I am so very pleased with all that Action has done to connect with the CCSS. The materials, videos, companion texts and not to mention the differentiated text levels are a plethora of resources for me as a reading specialist working with students who are well below grade level in both reading and writing.
Sara Steinberg (June 25, 2012)
I LOVE Action! The Hunger Games feaature was perfect for students.
Marta Fischer (April 22, 2014)
Action provides bitesize learning. Actions interesting articles grab the students interests while addressing educational necessities. Often my students are so engaged that they forget they are learning. Actions articles are usually springboards for research projects or other types of connections.
Amanda Waller (April 23, 2014)
Students have increased test scores, and have moved up levels in Read 180. Students have developed a greater understanding and use of the skills that are presented and repeated in each of the editions of Action. They are always excited to get their hands on the newest issue.
Evin Shinn (April 23, 2014)
I only used Junior Scholastic, Scholastic Scope, and Scholastic Action for my small group work and this year, I saw the most growth Ive EVER seen. On the MAP test, one class went up 4.7 points (grade level and a half) and my other class went up 7.5 points (two and a half grade levels) and its ONLY MARCH!