Content Spotlight: Finding Evidence

Imagine Learning blog on Finding Evidence suiteAs we’ve mentioned in previous blog posts, our Fall 2015 content update introduced a variety of new language and literacy activities for children. We’ll discuss two more of them below.

Today’s content spotlight focuses on the Finding Evidence activity suite, which introduces new literacy skills that cover even more state standards.

These activities teach upper-grade elementary students what evidence is and and how to find appropriate evidence to support the author’s claim.

The Finding Evidence suite consists of two separate activities, What’s Your Evidence and Evidence Needed. Here’s how each activity works: Read more »


5 ways to fit Common Core into your curriculum

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Adjusting your curriculum to address Common Core standards is not easy. According to a study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania, the Common Core standards are substantially different from previous state standards, not only in curriculum but in the cognitive skills they demand. Common Core focuses on higher order skills, like “understanding and analyzing written material,” rather than “memorization and performing procedures.” To help with these higher order skills, take a look at five ways Imagine Learning can bring the Common Core into your classroom curriculum.

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