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limar001
Non-Read 180 user needs access to 3 Stage A eReads

I'm working on my masters' thesis, which involves a text analysis of 32 Read 180 books and 48 LLI books. I have been able to track down most of the Read 180 texts, but I am having trouble finding these eReads from Stage A: Lion Lights The Navajo Way Gold Medal Superstar Could someone please provide me with these texts so that I can complete my masters' thesis? Thank you!

Posted on: May 18 2017
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  • limar001

    I am also looking for "Lost in Death Valley" and "Battling Blazes," which are also Stage A eReads.

    AskDee

    All of the Stage A eReads are available to READ 180 teachers by using their teacher logins. eReads are shorter texts similar to magazine articles that are designed to accompany individual Topics in the software and are not books. Email me at askdee@sbcglobal.net, and we can discuss what you need. I do have an inventory list with ISBN numbers for READ 180 Next Generation books. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    I would love a copy of your inventory list with ISBN for Next Gen. What format is it in? My school librarian is helping us catalog the books but I need ISBN or MARC records. Do you have the ISBN. for Universal? We are unpacking our new Universal books this week.

    AskDee

    I am working on getting the ISBNs for Universal. I don't have them yet. I sent a follow-up email to my request from a couple weeks ago. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    limar001

    I just emailed you directly regarding my request, Dee.

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