How to Navigate the Teacher Edition

Each publication has a Teacher Edition where teachers can access lesson plans, graphic organizers, standards, and other resources. These resources vary from one publication to another. This article covers what can be found on the unit, week, and article level of the Teacher Edition.

From your Studies Weekly Online account:

  1. Click Classes.
  2. Select your Classroom.
  3. Click the Publications tab.
  4. Select a Publication.
  5. Click Teacher Edition.


To see other ways to get to the Teacher Edition, see the How to Access the Teacher Edition article.


The Teacher Edition is broken down into unit level, week level, and article level.

Publication Level

At the publication level, you can access the Scope and Sequence Report and/or the Standards Correlation Report. Click the blue link below the publication title to view and print the report(s).


The report will open in a popup window where you have the option to Print.



Sometimes the publication level will have other files and resources available, like lexile documents.

Unit Level

When you click on a unit, you will see a Unit Summary and/or a list of Standards.


Week Level
When you click on a week, you will see a Week Summary and quick links to other resources. Some publications have buttons on the right to open a PDF of the Teacher Edition and Student Edition in a new tab, where you can print them.

The Teacher Edition PDF often contains Answer Keys to assessment questions.



The Teacher Edition and Student Edition PDFs are not always available. When they are available, they can also be found in the Table of Contents.



Article Level
When you click on an Article, you will see a Lesson Plan and additional materials for that lesson (if applicable). This may include Printables and media. Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_12.50.03.png

Related Media can only be seen by teachers, who can choose to show it to students. Explore More Media shows at the bottom of an article for students.


If you are viewing the Teacher Edition on a smaller screen (e.g., on a tablet or smartphone), you may need to scroll down to see the content.