Pearson myView Literacy:
Project-Based Inquiry in ELA

Project-based inquiry gives students a real-world reason to read and write in the ELA classroom. Each unit in myView Literacy culminates with a project that supports inquiry processes while targeting and assessing ELA standards. Students engage in authentic reading, writing, collaboration, and research—essentials to doing the project. It’s in-depth 21st-century learning, and the nice part is, myView Literacy provides the projects, lessons, and materials for you.

Inquiry-Based Projects Foster ELA Standards

 
  • Combines inquiry and research skills
  • Requires collaboration and teamwork
  • Builds 21st-century skills, like innovation and creativity
  • Supports social-emotional development
  • Serves as a unit performance assessment
  • Develops speaking and listening skills
 
 
 

Pathway to Project-Based Inquiry

myView Literacy invites students to explore an essential question in an in-depth, ever-enriching way. Students read, write, explain ideas, and listen to other viewpoints. The unit culminates with student-driven inquiry that integrates 21st-century competencies.

Leveled Research Articles

Informed research is essential to inquiry, knowledge, and thinking. myView Literacy includes three levels of each research article to help every student in class use evidence to deepen their understanding.

 

Integrate Your Instruction

When you teach myView Literacy in your ELA classroom, you also support science and social studies learning. ELA standards and content-area connections are identified as you plan, assess, and guide project-based inquiry.