Explore our new ELA textbook skill plans!

Find the perfect skills for each chapter

October 10, 2019

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In the Classroom

Here’s some exciting ELA news: We recently released our first skill plans for middle and high school! These skill plans are perfectly in tune with your textbooks, making it easy to find the right skills to enhance your students’ learning. Read on to learn more!

Our English language arts skill plan page now offers skill plans for the popular HMH Collections textbook series, available for grades 6-12 for both the California and Common Core editions. We’ve also added our first ELA skill plans for the Units of Study textbooks, covering both Reading and Writing in the first unit of grade 4.

Like our other textbook skill plans, these new additions show all the IXL skills that align to each chapter. They’re a great way to make sure students master those textbook concepts—and a great tool to use for targeted individual practice, small group work, and whole-class instruction!

Wondering how else you can incorporate IXL skill plans into your daily instruction? This blog post shares how to pin skill plans for easy access and track skill plan progress in IXL Analytics! And for even more info, check out our free webinar: Boost your daily instruction with IXL.

 

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All Comments (4)

Jennifer Branum November 21, 2019 at 8:13 am

I have been an educator for the past 19 years. I am currently teaching Reading and Language Arts. I have used IXL for the past 10 years and love it! Our school has the Wonders series. I notice that you only go to 5th grade. Do you have any plans to align the 6th grade Wonders book to IXL in the future?
Thank you,
Jennifer

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The IXL Team November 21, 2019 at 11:34 am

Hi Jennifer — We’re so glad to hear that IXL has been helpful in your classroom! We’ll let our team know that you’re interested in a skill plan for the 6th grade Reading Wonders textbook!

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Brenda Baughman November 21, 2019 at 8:28 am

Study Sync is the curriculum our school adopted. Do you have this available or are you working on it?

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The IXL Team November 21, 2019 at 11:35 am

Thanks for reaching out — we’ll let our team know that you’re interested in Study Sync skill plans!

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