Thursday, January 5, 2023

Create a resource library for Reading Progress - Microsoft Support [MS]

To set yourself and your class up for regular fluency checks, you can create a OneDrive library of content. OneDrive is flexible, shareable, and can be shaped to meet many different school ecosystems. Develop a resource library based on student interests, reading level, or curriculum.

Note:  If you just want to try Reading Progress out - jump right in with a limited set of leveled example passages from ReadWorks. Select Browse Sample Library once you've launched Reading Progress and choose a passage from any grade level. 

From your OneDrive

  1. Select New > Folder

  2. Enter a name for the folder and select Create.

  3. Select the files you want and drag them into the folder.

  4. Collaborate schoolwide or with your grade level team to build a system that supports individualized and regular reading fluency checks. 

Screenshot of dropdown menu in Onedrive, mouse hovers over "folder"

Tip: Find passages on the web or use Microsoft Lens to convert existing paper resources and textbook passages into Reading Progress assignments. 

Learn More

Introduction to Reading Progress in Teams

Create files and folders in OneDrive

Get started with Reading Progress

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