At Cross Country Education, we’ve compiled our favorite English Language Arts (ELA) resources to help busy middle and high school teachers during this particularly challenging time. We know you work diligently year-round to find valuable educational resources for your kids, and we believe these great finds will serve to enhance their online experience as the trend toward virtual teaching continues. Take a look!
ELA Websites for Middle and High School
Teaching Books – Online access to children’s and young adult books and associated resources. Find read-alouds, virtual story times, reader’s advisories, interviews, lessons, and more.
Smithsonian Education Guides – Part of the Smithsonian Institution's Learning Lab, a thorough lesson guide for national audiences organized by grade level and ELA theme/topic.
Sadlier School – Online printable resources for math, ELA, grammar, and more.
Read Theory – A vast library of reading comprehension content that fosters improvement by automatically meeting learners at their own ability levels. Find passages and prompts for students to answer.
Quill – A set of diagnostic assessments and independent practice activities that focus on grammar, sentence construction, and other writing and literacy skills.
ReadWorks – High-quality, free K-12 content driven by cognitive science research to help with learning and comprehension in a variety of subject matters. Includes ways to create online curriculum, assignments, and tools to power teaching and learning.
Bookmark these online ELA resources to use with your students. Then read about how our Cross Country Education Virtual Services can help bolster your school’s online educational support needs during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.