Into the Book

Website review by Leslie Crenna, Common Sense Media
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Pricey reading-comprehension drills need adult guidance.

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Into the Book

This is a great site for all the Reading points that I am trying to get across to my students. Right now we are working on Inferences and even though the song is cheesy the students love it! They also like how they can choose a type of text (text message, letter etc.) and use the magnifier scroll over and pick the correct inference. Each time they make a correct inference it reveals a piece of the picture and then a video. I am definitely recommending this site to my team.

Website Details

  • Subjects: Language & Reading: discussion, reading, reading comprehension, text analysis, vocabulary
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning: applying information, deduction, logic, making conclusions, part-whole relationships, thinking critically, Creativity: combining knowledge, Self-Direction: academic development, self-reflection, work to achieve goals, Communication: asking questions, conveying messages effectively, listening, speaking, Collaboration: cooperation, respecting other viewpoints
  • Genre: Educational
  • Pricing structure: Paid, Free (Wisconsin residents can watch the full video lessons free at For all others, the DVD series is $395, individual skills are $89, and the "Behind the Lesson" professional development VHS is $295. Posters and bulletin board strips also can be ordered.)
  • Last updated: March 8, 2020

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