K-8 Literacy for Texas
Review Lexia’s literacy programs for the NEW K - 8 TEKS.
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State Progress Reports
Texas State Progress Report
In Texas, students made substantial progress in Core5. At the start of the school year, 44% of students were working on Core5 material in or above their grade level.
Vertical TEKS Alignments
K-8 Vertical TEKS Alignments for Lexia Core5 Reading and Lexia PowerUp Literacy
K-5 TEKS Alignments
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6-8 ELPS Alignments
Texas Lexia PowerUp Literacy Grade 6 – 8 ELPS | Updated for 2019
TX Dyslexia Alignment PK-5
Texas Dyslexia Handbook Alignment for Lexia’s Core5 ReadingTM for PK - 5.
TX Dyslexia Alignment 6+
Texas Dyslexia Handbook Alignment for Lexia’s PowerUp LiteracyTM for grades 6 and above.
How Spelling Errors Inform Differentiated Instruction
In this webinar, Dr. Suzanne Carreker, Principal Educational Content Lead, Lexia Learning, presents how spelling errors inform differentiated instruction.
Academic Language and School Success: Connecting Reading Research to Classroom Assessment and Instruction
This webinar will highlight important research about the critical role of academic language, help educators understand how to translate those findings into practical assessment and meaningful instruction, and show how Lexia® RAPID™ Assessment and Lexia® Core5® Reading support academic language skill development.
Texas Author Spotlight
Meet Native Texan, Suzanne Carreker, Ph.D.,CALT-QI, serves as Lexia Learning’s Principal Educational Content Lead.
The Critical Role of Oral Language in Reading Instruction and Assessment
Building the foundation of oral language skills can begin as soon as a child enters school. Since some children enter the school environment already four times behind their peers due to sheer exposure to words (Hart & Risley, 1995), it is critical to ensure kindergarten assessments include components of oral language so educators have the appropriate data to target instruction.