New lesson-ready videos and inquiries make social studies instruction more relevant and engaging.
Living, breathing materials that respond to history as it happens and push students to examine multiple sources.
Empower teachers to implement inquiry in the classroom with curations that enable student-led exploration.
Leveled texts and engaging video explainers curated throughout help all students access grade-level concepts.
Formative assessments help students build the skills they need to be engaged citizens and historical thinkers.
Hundreds of videos paired with texts will save teachers hours of time they’d spend scouring the web for unvetted content. With searchable transcripts and embedded quizzes, these videos can help all students access grade-level social studies concepts.
Static, one-sided textbooks reduce engagement, leading many students to dismiss social studies as something focused on the past and not relevant to their lives.
By making social studies more dynamic, we have an opportunity to engage students in the subject. With this in mind, we pinpointed 4 areas to focus on when planning your social studies content.
Check out how we support instruction across other subjects, or explore a Newsela Custom Collection to meet your district’s unique social studies curriculum needs.