Literature has the transformative power to inspire learning.
As students dig into thought-provoking texts and analyze, discuss, and synthesize ideas with their peers, they’re building a foundation of active learning.
HMH Into Literature™ was built to address the needs of today's teachers and equip students with the reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills required for success in tomorrow's world.
Develop a culture of self-actualized learning and support every learner in building the foundation of engaged citizenship.
HMH Into Literature is more than a program—it’s a vision to develop the active, engaged, and informed citizens that will lead tomorrow’s world. It all starts with you.
HMH Into Literature provides everything you need to empower your students to love reading, hone their unique speaking and writing voices, and confidently communicate with the world.
Honor students and strengthen critical thinking skills with culturally diverse texts grounded in high-interest topics and essential questions.
Use intuitive and agile teaching tools to provide personalized reading and writing scaffolds to meet students’ individual needs.
Make HMH Into Literature your own by accessing flexible core, supplemental, assessment, and professional learning resources in one place—from anywhere at any time.
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Our program was driven by educators! We met with educators across the nation to hear about their unique obstacles and challenges. What we learned informed this next-generation literacy solution—right down to the smallest detail.
This is teaching and learning as you have always envisioned it.
Your classrooms are rich with students representing a wide range of cultures. They need to be able to see themselves and their experiences reflected in the literature they read and content they study.
A diverse collection of authentic short reads, long reads, and novels honors students' current and future identities.
Expansive Novels and Long Reads Listing includes classic and contemporary titles from diverse authors, many of which can be found in our Digital Text Library.
Meaningful instruction such as Engage Your Brain and Choices activities leverages students' cultural capital and builds cultural competence.
Social and Emotional Learning can be integrated with an all-school read or a class book study of Steve Pemberton’s A Chance in the World.
HMH Into Literature assessments will allow you to quickly pinpoint the need for differentiation. With resources all in one accessible, connected place at teachers’ fingertips, we make it easier than anyone else to provide differentiated support to your striving readers, advanced students, and multilingual learners.
Text visualizations, adaptations, and summaries ensure all students can understand important concepts and participate in class discussion.
Level Up Tutorials and a selection of 180 Leveled Texts allow students to read at the appropriate Lexile® level and develop skills at their own pace.
HMH Current Event Resources and Higher-Order Thinking Questions prepare students for success in AP® courses.
Point-of-use teacher and student supports including Selection Summaries in Spanish, English, Haitian Creole, and Brazilian Portuguese
Multilingual Glossaries on literary and informational terms in ten languages
Teacher’s Corner resources such as the Coach’s Playbook which help teachers identify the right support for each learner
Automate differentiation using Waggle’s dynamic personalization and instructional lessons for Grades K–8. Students are placed into relevant practice based on domain and grade-level readiness using HMH Growth Measure’s reliable benchmark assessments. Extend your core instruction with Waggle’s full alignment to HMH Into Literature and watch learning take flight!
Writable® aligns with HMH Into Literature curriculum in two ways, giving teachers flexibility and choice: through Skill Ladder Assignments and the Student Edition Assignments.
Skill Ladder Assignments are extra practice assignments exclusive to Writable that gradually increase in complexity and prepare students for the Unit Writing Task in HMH Into Literature. These are not found in the student edition.
Writable for HMH Into Literature applies Writable's state-of-the-art scaffolding, feedback, and AI revision and grammar tools to HMH Into Literature's unit writing assignments. Student edition texts are customized to provide on-level, light, moderate, or heavy support depending on need.
Four levels of scaffolded writing prompts for HMH Into Literature student edition writing assignments with sentence starters and populated graphic organizers meet differentiation needs.
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With engaging literature, relevant themes, intuitive technology to measure growth, and a wealth of high-impact resources, HMH Into Literature is the only solution that’s fully connected for success in teaching and learning—all in one platform, one sign-on, one user experience.
Browse the Unit and Lesson Planning Guides for standards coverage, pacing, differentiation, and resources for each text.
Incorporate novels into your units with suggested Long Reads and the accompanying HMH Study Guide.
Review our Program Guide: Surviving and Thriving in the Classroom for tips and tricks on adapting Into Literature.
Use HMH Growth Measure adaptive assessment to provide timely insights into student proficiency.
Family Room—a family-friendly part of the Ed learning platform—supports diverse learning environments and makes at-home learning more manageable for families and caregivers by providing equitable, on-demand resources to help support their children.
HMH Into Reading™ supports a complete K-12 continuum when implemented with HMH Into Literature. The pair provides teachers with a complete set of tools for turning all students into strong readers, writers, listeners, and speakers with a lifelong passion for learning.
Writable®, for students in Grades 3–12, helps schools organize their writing programs around research-backed instruction and feedback.
Waggle for Grades 2–8 offers supplemental practice and instruction that immerses students in personalized learning and maximizes teachers' time.
System 44® Next Generation provides intensive foundational decoding intervention for older, struggling students who are two or more years behind.
Read 180® provides intensive intervention to help students in Grades 4–12 who are more than one or two years behind become accomplished readers.
Literacy Solutions provides professional learning and coaching to support implementation of HMH Into Literature.
Using the latest in literacy research as the foundation of the program, Into Literature places students on a proven path to success.
HMH Into Literature Grades 6-12 have been rated Meets Expectations at Gateways 1, 2, and 3 by EdReports.
Writable for HMH Into Literature is the recipient of the 2020 SIIA CODiE Award for the Best Reading/Writing/Literature Instructional Solution for Grades 9–12 & Higher Education category!
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“We believe that reading can change you … Open up your mind, your thinking, your ideas, your understanding of the world and all the people in it."
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