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06.20.2018

June 20, 2018

 

New Content

New Prompts Added to All Three Prompt Libraries

 

We're proud prompt parents today. Three of our prompts graduated from Expansion Pack (XP) to Signal Check, including two that also went to Spot Check (#overachievers). We're also thrilled to welcome a brand new wave of 10 prompts into the Signal Check and XP prompt libraries. In addition to these big changes, we also had one Signal Check prompt join Spot Check and change majors genres from Informative to Historical Analysis. You can peruse the rundown of our new and graduated writing tasks below, or log into Revision Assistant to check them out. They just grow up so fast, don't they?

 

New Prompts

Genre & Grade

Library

Change

Accepting Theories

Historical Analysis, 9-12

Signal

New!

Changing Tone in The Monkey's Paw

Narrative, 9-12

XP

New!

Charles

Narrative, 6-8

XP

New!

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Analysis, 6-8

Signal

New!

The Fun They Had

Narrative, 6-8

XP

New!

Life After High School

Informative, 11-12

XP

New!

Life Doesn't Frighten Me

Narrative, 6-8

XP

New!

Perspectives and Progress

Historical Analysis, 9-12

Signal

New!

Structure and Theme in Oranges

Analysis, 6-8

XP

New!

A Study in Time

Narrative, 9-12

XP

New!

Japanese Internment Executive Order 9066

Analysis, 6-8

Signal

XP to Signal

The Giver

Analysis, 6-8

Signal, Spot

XP to Signal
AND added to Spot

Romeo and Juliet: Where Lies the Blame?

Analysis, 9-12

Signal, Spot

XP to Signal
AND added to Spot

Local and Global Powers

Historical Analysis, 9-12

Signal, Spot

Informative to Historical Analysis 
AND added to Spot

 

Updated Feature

Guides Pages No Longer Shows All Prompts

 

Though we bulked up the number of prompts in Revision Assistant itself, we slimmed down the number of prompts available in the guides pages. We did this for a couple of reasons: 1) in the coming weeks, teachers will be able to view all prompts in the product before creating an assignment (stay tuned!); 2) potential customers can now sign up for a 60-day free trial (available on the login page) for full access to Revision Assistant. Though the guides prompt library may have lost some weight, it still features full examples of Signal Check (Secondary and Higher Ed.), Spot Check, Expansion Pack prompts. We've also added a downloadable, filterable list to the guides library landing page of every prompt we offer along with its grade, genre, related subjects, and the number of sources.

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