New feature alert! After many requests from teachers and students alike, we're excited to share an update to Lyric Lab. You can now export a rhyme you’ve written in any Lyric Lab activity in Flocabulary to a PDF.
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.
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?
To keep the learning experience streamlined, students answer questions right within the Flocabulary unit.
Here’s a glimpse of how Read & Respond works:
We’re excited to announce a new teaching tool, Pause & Play, which launched with our April 15 Week in Rap video last Friday.