IR within Edge Browser

Cross-platform web browser Learning Tools are built into the Microsoft Edge browser, adding more options for readers in your class to interact with texts. Use Learning Tools in Microsoft Edge to hear any webpage or PDF read out loud while following along with the words on screen.  Immersive Reader in Microsoft Edge now has Learning Tools …

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Read Aloud

A tool within Immersive Reader There are many reasons to listen to a document, such as proofreading, multitasking, or increased comprehension and learning. Word makes listening possible by using the text-to-speech (TTS) ability of your device to play back written text as spoken words. Read Aloud reads all or part of your document. You …

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Reading Preferences

A tool within Immersive Reader Reading Preferences is a built-in feature of Immersive Reader that gives educators and students access to line focus options, a picture dictionary and translation tool. These tools will allow readers to have choices to assist them based on their needs for reading successfully. Top Tip Line Focus enables readers …

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Grammar Options

A tool within Immersive Reader Click on the distinctive icon that resembles paragraph lines with the magic wand in the upper right-hand corner, after opening Immersive Reader in Word Online. Teachers or students will be presented with a list of three main functions: Syllables, and Parts of Speech. Select “Syllables” to break words into …

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An Online Tool Used by more than 20 million students in schools, homes, and offices around the world. Engage everyone, everywhere. Explore millions of teacher-created quizzes ready to use in your own classrooms. Students ALWAYS see questions on their own screen. No stressing about whether everyone joined your video conference. Bring people together (apart) …

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An online tool ClassDojo connects teachers with students and parents to build amazing classroom communities. Create a positive culture: Teachers can encourage students for any skill or value — whether it’s working hard, being kind, helping others or something else. Give students a voice: Students can showcase and share their learning by adding photos and …

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