Research In Context is cross-disciplinary in nature—spanning literature, science, social studies, and U.S. and world history.
- Categories cover the most-studied topics—Cultures, government, people, U.S. history, sports, world history, geography, literature, science, and social issues – including nearly 300 topic pages and overviews on the subjects and social issues most studied by and relevant to middle school users as well as science experiments and contextual information for key works and documents
- Engaging reference, periodical, and multimedia content—Books, images, biographies, audio, video, magazines, newspapers, creative works, primary sources, and more
- Authoritative information sources—Proprietary Gale, UXL, and Lucent titles and content from leading sources like National Geographic, Scholastic, NPR, NASA, AP Video News, and others
- Alignment to standards—Contains national and state curriculum standards for grades 6 to 12 in language arts, social studies, and science
- New content written explicitly for middle schoolers—Topic overviews on the subjects and social issues most studied by and relevant to middle school users as well as science experiments and contextual information for key works and documents
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