Our district upgraded to Universal, but I would like to access the Next Generation eReads. Where can I find them?

With the Next Generation eReads, I used the quick writes and vocabulary as well as a few of the articles at the bottom to explore in depth the topics. I made different packets to help the students navigate the articles. I would like to find the articles for the eReads from Next Generation. Are they available?

By jashley
Posted on: November 21 2019
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  • AskDee

    Yes, Next Generation is still available; however, I cannot find printable copies of the eReads for Next Generation. I looked in TeacherCentral, and found the ones for Universal. I also looked in SAM, but the electronic versions to print the hard copies of the passages were not there. You should have plenty of resources available to you from Universal. Dee, Ask Dee at the Community

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