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Gale In Context: For Educators - Discover, Customize, and Share Curriculum-Aligned Sources

This tutorial shows you how to use Gale In Context: For Educators to find and use curriculum- aligned resources to support your students' learning.

Gale In Context: For Educators

allows you to quickly find,


and share up-to-date curriculum-aligned sources with your students.

To get started, sign in with your Google

or Microsoft account.

Then, simply enter a search,

navigate state and national standards

linked to curriculum-aligned sources,

or browse course units and topics by

subject to connect with valuable

sources to enhance your teaching.

You'll find

lesson plans with differentiated instructions

for struggling and advanced learners,

reference entries to build students' understanding,

including leveled examples with options to

reduce or increase text complexity,

videos, images, and audio to

spark discussion and support projects,

viewpoints, creative works, primary sources, and more.

When you find something you'd like to customize

and share with your students,

add the item to a folder.

You can write an introduction to provide

context and directions,

and select text to add annotations

that ask questions or draw attention

to particular points.

When you're done,

use Student View to preview the document

with your mark-ups.

Send the individual result to students,

or continue adding results to the folder

to create customized units of instruction

that learners can access 24/7

on any device.

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