Text Sets and Collections are two ways that you’ll see articles organized on Newsela.
Text Sets: Groups of articles that share a common theme. You can create your own Text Sets or explore Text Sets created by other teachers and by Newsela editors.
Collections: Curriculum resources that contain content and instructional materials aligned to the scope and sequence for a subject.
^Find Text Sets #omit-nav
Hover over Text Sets at the top of the page. From the drop-down menu, select a category of Text Sets to explore.
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- Hover over Text Sets at the top of the page.
- From the drop-down menu, select Your Text Sets.
- Click Create New Text Set.
Teachers can also make Text Sets by clicking the copy icon at the top of a Text Set created by Newsela or another teacher.
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Teachers can edit Text Sets that they have created or copied. If you want an edited version of a Text Set made by someone else, start by clicking the copy icon at the top of a Text Set.
- Go to the Text Set you want to work with.
- Hover over the wrench icon next to the title.
- Click Edit Text Set.
- Update the title or description, or add or remove articles.
- Click Save.
Teachers can also add articles to their Text Sets directly from an article by clicking the + icon above the title.
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Teachers can find Collections that have been purchased for them by hovering over Collections at the top of the page. Within a Collection, teachers will find guides to using the Units, Topics, Resources, and Articles for that Collection.