Pearson Reader 1.1 and 1.2

Accessing your Reader

You can access Reader through the My Place Passport. When you login to Pearson Places, the first page you see is the My Place Passport. If you need to find it, point to the blue MyPlace button in the navigation bar. In the drop-down list, Passport...

Different types of Reader

There are three different types of Reader. Please refer to the relevant Reader type below for the one you would like to know more about. For a Maths Reader, such as Pearson Maths, please refer to Maths Reader. For a Languages Reader, s...

Reader V1.1 and Reader V1.2

Reader 1.2 has a menu bar below the book title header. You can access additional resources via this menu bar. Reader 1.1 has no menu bar and the resources are accessed via a tab on the side of the page.

Navigating Reader V1.1

Contents page When you open the Reader, the first page will be the contents. Unlike a book, where each unit or section could be split over multiple pages, in these Readers, each unit or section has its own single page. The Search thi...

Navigating Reader V1.2

Contents page Unlike a book, where each unit or section could be split over multiple pages, in these readers, each unit or section has its own single page. You can access all the pages from the contents page. The teacher resources on the content...

Features within the text

The type and appearance of the text will vary, however most of the Readers have these in-text features. If you see a Plus button, click it, or the heading next to it, to see the extra content hiding below it. The Plus will change to a...

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