• Resource ID: TSLP_6-12_R1
    • Grade Range: N/A
    • Subject: ELA & Reading

    thumb TSLP—6–12—Reporting & Accountability—R1—Sharing Student Data

    The goal of the Texas State Literacy Plan (TSLP) is to ensure that every Texas child is strategically prepared for the literacy demands of college or career by high school graduation.

    • Resource ID: TSLP_6-12_R3
    • Grade Range: N/A
    • Subject: ELA & Reading

    thumb TSLP—6–12—Reporting & Accountability—R3—Performance and Progress

    The goal of the Texas State Literacy Plan (TSLP) is to ensure that every Texas child is strategically prepared for the literacy demands of college or career by high school graduation.

    • Resource ID: TSLP_6-12_S1
    • Grade Range: N/A
    • Subject: ELA & Reading

    thumb TSLP—6–12—Sustainability—S1—Self-evaluation of TSLP Implementation

    The goal of the Texas State Literacy Plan (TSLP) is to ensure that every Texas child is strategically prepared for the literacy demands of college or career by high school graduation.

    • Resource ID: TSLP_6-12_S2
    • Grade Range: N/A
    • Subject: ELA & Reading

    thumb TSLP—6–12—Sustainability—S2—Building and Maintaining Capacity

    The goal of the Texas State Literacy Plan (TSLP) is to ensure that every Texas child is strategically prepared for the literacy demands of college or career by high school graduation.

    • Resource ID: 6ST&M
    • Grade Range: N/A
    • Subject: ELA & Reading

    Icon image for TLI Six Syllable Types and Morphology

    This set of videos is organized into two topics: Six Syllables Types and Morphology. The videos are edited from a six-hour professional development and may be used as a sequenced set of lessons or individually.

    • Resource ID: TSS0000
    • Grade Range: 5–12
    • Subject: ELA & Reading

    Teaching Sentence Skills

    This resource series is designed to enhance teachers' knowledge and skill so they can effectively teach grammar in context. Teaching grammar in context uses powerful models like sentences within mentor texts, rather than marking errors and correcting weak or wrong examples.