Flocabulary Recap: An Overview On Our Newest Features & Content

Flocabulary Recap: An Overview on Our Newest Features & Content

It’s the season we’ve been waiting for: back-to-school! At Flocabulary, we’ve been busy working on new units, resources and features during the summer. Some of you are back to school already while others have a few weeks of vacation left, but either way, we’re pretty pumped for you to see what we have in store as you get back into learning gear this fall.

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Here’s an overview of all the new features and content we’ve rolled out since May to catch up all the folks who haven’t logged into their Flocabulary account much during summer break. So without further ado, let’s get to recapping!

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Flocabulary’s Lyric Lab: A Springboard To Student Creativity

Flocabulary’s Lyric Lab: A Springboard to Student Creativity

Flocabulary has always been about innovating student engagement and learning. At the forefront of our new Flocab features this coming school year is Lyric Lab, a tool built right within Flocabulary units that allow students to write their own academic rhymes.

Our videos engage students, instructional tools let them master content, and now Lyric Lab places writing and creativity at their fingertips. Students can demonstrate content mastery not just through Read & Respond or an assigned quiz, but by applying their knowledge through writing, too.

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Develop Reading Skills With Flocabulary’s New Feature, Read & Respond

Develop Reading Skills with Flocabulary’s New Feature, Read & Respond

The Flocabulary team has been working diligently over the past year to bring exciting and practical new features to classrooms this fall. To familiarize you with our shiny new Flocab, we’re sharing the low-down on each of our new features on the blog.

To start, let’s review our new reading feature, Read & Respond. This new addition empowers students to develop close reading and content area literacy skills in select Flocabulary units, and we’re pretty pumped to share it with you.

How does Read & Respond work?

Read & Respond provides short, assignable reading passages and practice questions that are based on content presented in the unit’s video and lyrics. Students can dive deeper and think more critically about the unit’s content and simultaneously practice their reading skills. Read & Respond passages are based on both fiction and non-fiction texts, and the workflow emulates a similar structure to what students will experience on high-stakes tests.

To keep the learning experience streamlined, students answer questions right within the Flocabulary unit.

Here’s a glimpse of how Read & Respond works:

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