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Collaborative Literacy Correlation to the Texas Standards (TEKS)

Aligned with TEKS and ELPS, Collaborative Literacy is a rigorous, yearlong curriculum that addresses the core reading, writing, and speaking and listening skills that students need to thrive academically and socially.

TEKS (2019) Preliminary Correlation

The preliminary correlation documents will provide educators with a sense of which TEKS are addressed in each Collaborative Literacy module (Being a Reader, Making Meaning, and Being a Writer in grades K–2 and Making Meaning, Guided Spelling, and Being a Writer in grades 3–5). A preliminary correlation for our reading intervention program, SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness and Sight Words), is also available. A full correlation for all of our programs is in progress.

Collaborative Literacy TEKS, Grade K

Collaborative Literacy TEKS, Grade 1

Collaborative Literacy TEKS, Grade 2

Collaborative Literacy TEKS, Grade 3

Collaborative Literacy TEKS, Grade 4

Collaborative Literacy TEKS, Grade 5

SIPPS TEKS, Grades K–2

TEKS (2009) Correlations

Select a program below to see Collaborative Literacy module alignment to the current TEKS (2009).

Making Meaning (3rd Ed) and Being a Reader Correlations to the TEKS Standards for Language Arts and Reading

Being a Writer (2nd Ed) Correlations to the TEKS Standards

SIPPS (3rd Ed) Correlations to the TEKS Standards