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What’s New on Newsela

Hilary Lyons
Aug 14, 2023

Newsela publishes new content weekly, so we wanted to make sure teachers have the latest and greatest resources all in one place! We’ve handpicked our favorite Newsela articles and videos that debuted on Newsela ELA, Newsela Social Studies, and Newsela Science in the last month. 

Let us know what you think about our July staff picks and you can always check out the latest news articles on Newsela here!

Use these new Newsela ELA resources to create daily practice for literacy skills, explore literary devices in depth, and introduce interactive and engaging media to your ELA classroom.

Social studies is more than history in a textbook. Use these current and engaging resources to share diverse perspectives in your social studies classroom, explore historic milestones through interactive video, and make lessons relevant to students’ lives.

Students are a curious bunch and you can use Newsela Science to answer some of their most pressing questions (like, “do fish get thirsty?)! Incorporate these materials into your science classroom to bring concepts to life with real-world examples. 

Check back next month for our staff picks for August! 

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