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Two people sitting back to back and texting, illustrating the text "Is Love Losing Its Soul in the Digital Age?"
High-interest articles
A man and woman dancing, illustrating the F. Scott Fitzgerald story, "Winter Dreams"
Short stories
Two young people with their hands in the air, illustrating the text "Friendship"
Two hearts, illustrating the text "How Did the Heart Become [the heart symbol we know today]?"
Video assignments
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Aligned to 50 state standards, all assignments include scaffolds, accessibility supports, and numerous opportunities for peer collaboration.

Embedded questions guide student reading and deepen understanding.
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Embedded support tools make texts accessible to all students.
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