Achieve3000 allows you to choose from a variety of nonfiction articles, which helps with differentiating instruction. Each article has a pre and post survey, as well as opportunities for students to show active engagement during and after reading. The site includes built-in interactives that focus on summary, analysis, and generating questions.
I have students write their responses instead of typing them into the text boxes on the website.
This is a good activity for a day in the computer lab or a day with a substitute.
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I also use this as preparation for interim assessments, PARCC, and other computer-adminsitered tests.