We are truly in awe of the progress on reading, writing and critical thinking that’s been made by our schools this year. As decades of research by the University of Chicago indicates, students who write across disciplines perform better on standardized tests and assessments and are more career- and college- ready.
Achieving such stellar results starts with assigning a ThinkCERCA lesson. When it comes to finding the right lesson for your class, see if any of these popular topics will resonate with your students, as they did in classrooms across America this year:
Most-Assigned Applied Reading and Writing Lessons by Grade
Mallory Busch is ThinkCERCA's Editor of Content Strategy. A graduate of Northwestern University, Mallory came to ThinkCERCA from stops in audience strategy at TIME magazine and news applications development at Chicago Tribune and The Texas Tribune. She holds degrees in Journalism and International Studies, and was a student fellow at Knight Lab in college.