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Where do I find my teacher and student resources? (World Languages – Passport)

Once logged into your Passport account, click on the Resources tab at the top of the page. Here you will find:

Student eBooks: This section displays the student resources. The eBooks available in this section are what your students have access to. From your teacher account, you are able to assign activities from these resources to your students. Student editions are for projecting to the class, accessing interactive elements such as video and audio, browsing curriculum, and previewing activities.

Teacher eBooks: This section is your access to the Teacher Editions of your resources. These eBooks are the teacher guides with answers to student resources, as well as additional teacher resources for the curriculum.

The first eBook for each level is the Annotated Teachers Edition where you will find the Program Resources on the first page. These program resources include a direct link to each resource, such as Flashcards, Games, and Communicative Activities, etc. See below for more information.

Explore Links: Click here to navigate to Explore, powered by iCulture. It will open the archive to monthly videos and songs as well as weekly articles, all in the target language. This is available for teachers of Spanish, French, and German.


See the images below to explore the student and teacher resources in Passport. Click on the red buttons to learn more about the environment or read the summary below each image.


Resources Summary

Select your program

If you use multiple programs, you will see each language on this page. Select any of the programs to see the eBooks for that program. If you only use one program, the eBooks should already be displayed when you enter this page.

Annotated Teachers Edition (eATE)

The first title that appears for each level of the program is the Teacher eBooks section is the Annotated Teachers Edition (eATE).

You can find the program resources for each level in the eATE of the level you are using. Program Resources are always found on page 01.

Hover over the cover to see the title

When you hover your mouse over the cover of an eBook, the title will appear.

Explore Links

Clicking the Explore links will open iCulture in a new browser tab.

Scroll Bar

The scrollbar below the eBooks will allow you to move left and right to see the higher levels of the eBook program.

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April 3, 2018