How to Navigate the Article Pages

  1. Click Classes 
  2. Select your Classroom
  3. Select a Publication

In the publication’s Table of Contents, when you select a week within a unit, you will see a list of articles. Each article usually contains content, media, and comprehension questions. You can also select Weekly Assessments, Crosswords, and Misspilled games.

Watch this video to learn more.

Each article will have the same basic sections above and below it.

Top Bar


  • Rate the Article: Click on a star to open a modal where you can leave feedback about the article
  • Share to Google Classroom: Share the article to your Google Classroom
  • Copy Link: Copy a direct link to the article, which can be opened by anyone who has a Studies Weekly Online account and is in a classroom with access to the publication
  • Printables: Open a modal to view printable resources for the article (if available) 
  • Teacher Edition: Open a modal to view the Teacher Edition for the article, which may include additional materials such as Printables, Related Media, and Explore More Media (see How to Navigate the Teacher Edition)
Article Tab


  • Student View: View what a student will see in the article, including the article content, questions, and media
  • Grade: View and grade student submissions related to the article
  • Highlights: See which sections students have highlighted and where they added comments (see How To View Student Highlights)
  • Statistics: See an overview of how students performed on each assessment or quiz question 
  • Edit: Edit questions in the article or assessment (note that Studies Weekly content can’t be edited directly. It will prompt you to create a new copy, which you can find on the Customized Content page)
Top of Article


  • Reader Mode: Expand the article to fit the entire screen
  • Play and Pause: Play or pause an audio reading of the article, and adjust the playback speed (note that the play button changes to a pause button after it is clicked)
Bottom of Article


  • Article Questions: View and test quiz questions related to the article (note that these give students immediate feedback and do not require grading)
  • Explore More: View media relevant to the article, such as videos, images, and audio,  which often contain questions related to the media (note that not all articles will have Explore More media)
  • Previous & Next Buttons: Click to navigate quickly through the articles for that week