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StudySync English I Cover

McGraw-Hill StudySync English I

ELAR Grade 9 | 2021

Publisher: McGraw-Hill School Division

Series includes:
TEKS Coverage for
Student Materials
100%

Quality Review

Grade Band Quality Review

Grade 9 Quality Review

Section 1 TEKS and ELPS Alignment Percent of standards met in materials Meets TEKS/ELPS Requirements
Section 1 TEKS and ELPS Alignment Percent of standards met in materials Meets TEKS/ELPS Requirements
1.1
Percentage of Student TEKS met (as determined by SBOE process).
100%

TEKS Not Addressed Report (pdf, 245.94 KB)

1.2
Percent of required Teacher TEKS met (as determined by SBOE process).
100%

1.3
Percentage of Student ELPS Met (as determined by SBOE process).
100%

1.4
Percentage of Teacher ELPS met (as determined by SBOE process).
100%

Section 2 Texts What students read, see, and hear Total TOTAL100% (12 out of 12 points) 100%
Section 2 Texts What students read, see, and hear Total 100% (12 out of 12 points)
2.1
Materials include high-quality texts for ELAR instruction and cover a range of student interests.
4 out of 4 points

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2.2
Materials include a variety of text types and genres across content that meet the requirements of the TEKS for each grade level.
4 out of 4 points

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2.3
Texts are at an appropriate level of complexity to support students at their grade level.
4 out of 4 points

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Section 3 Literacy Practices and Text Interactions: Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Thinking, Inquiry and Research What students are asked to write, speak and demonstrate. Total TOTAL96% (43 out of 45 points) 96%
Section 3 Literacy Practices and Text Interactions: Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Thinking, Inquiry and Research What students are asked to write, speak and demonstrate. Total 96% (43 out of 45 points)

3.a Reading: Questions and Tasks

3.a.1
Materials contain questions and tasks that support students in analyzing and integrating knowledge, ideas, themes, and connections within and across texts.
4 out of 4 points

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3.a.2
Materials contain questions and tasks that require students to analyze the language, key ideas, details, craft, and structure of individual texts.
4 out of 4 points

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3.a.3
Materials include a cohesive, year-long plan for students to interact with and build key academic vocabulary in and across texts.
4 out of 4 points

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3.a.4
Materials include a clearly defined plan to support and hold students accountable as they engage in independent reading.
1 out of 1 points

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3.b Writing

3.b.1
Materials provide support for students to develop writing skills across multiple text types for a variety of purposes and audiences.
4 out of 4 points

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3.b.2
Most written tasks require students to use clear and concise information and well- defended text-supported claims to demonstrate the knowledge gained through analysis and synthesis of texts.
4 out of 4 points

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3.b.3
Over the course of the year, writing skills and knowledge of conventions are applied in increasingly complex contexts, with opportunities for students to publish their writing.
4 out of 4 points

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3.c Speaking and Listening

3.c.1
Materials support students’ listening and speaking about texts.
4 out of 4 points

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3.c.2
Materials engage students in productive teamwork and student-led discussions, in both formal and informal settings.
4 out of 4 points

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3.d Inquiry and Research

3.d.1
Materials engage students in both short-term and sustained recursive inquiry processes to confront and analyze various aspects of a topic using relevant sources.
2 out of 4 points

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3.e Integration of ELAR Skills

3.e.1
Materials contain interconnected tasks that build student knowledge and provide opportunities for increased independence.
4 out of 4 points

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3.e.2
Materials provide spiraling and scaffolded practice.
4 out of 4 points

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Section 4 Developing and Sustaining Foundational Literacy Skills Grades 3-5 Only Not applicable for this grade level.
Section 5 Supports for All Learners How well do the materials support teachers in meeting the needs of students with diverse learning needs? Total TOTAL100% (6 out of 6 points) 100%
Section 5 Supports for All Learners How well do the materials support teachers in meeting the needs of students with diverse learning needs? Total 100% (6 out of 6 points)
5.1
Materials include supports for students who demonstrate proficiency above grade level.
2 out of 2 points

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5.2
Materials include supports for students who perform below grade level to ensure they are meeting the grade-level literacy standards.
2 out of 2 points

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5.3
Materials include supports for English Learners (EL) to meet grade-level learning expectations.
2 out of 2 points

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Section 6 Implementation How user-friendly are the materials and how do they support students, teachers and administrators in assuring strong implementation? Total TOTAL88% (7 out of 8 points) 88%
Section 6 Implementation How user-friendly are the materials and how do they support students, teachers and administrators in assuring strong implementation? Total 88% (7 out of 8 points)
6.1
Materials include assessment and guidance for teachers and administrators to monitor progress including how to interpret and act on data yielded.
2 out of 2 points

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6.2
Materials include year-long plans and supports for teachers to identify needs of students and provide differentiated instruction to meet the needs of a range of learners to ensure grade-level success.
1 out of 2 points

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6.3
Materials include implementation support for teachers and administrators.
2 out of 2 points

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6.4
The visual design of the student edition (whether in print or digital) is neither distracting nor chaotic.
2 out of 2 points

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6.5
If present, technology components included are appropriate for grade level students and provide support for learning.
Not scored

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Section 7 Additional Information Additional information including technology components; cost worksheet; professional learning opportunities; and additional language supports. Information available.
Section 7 Additional Information Additional information including technology components; cost worksheet; professional learning opportunities; and additional language supports. Information available.
7.1
Technology components.

Read the Full Report for Technology
(pdf, 340.49 KB)

7.2
Cost worksheet.

Read the Full Report for Pricing
(pdf, 473.98 KB)

7.3
Professional learning opportunities.

Read the Full Report for Professional Learning Opportunities
(pdf, 271.64 KB)

7.4
Additional language supports.

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(pdf, 177.51 KB)

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StudySync English I Cover

Subject
ELAR
Grade Level
Grade 9
Publisher
McGraw-Hill School Division
Copyright Date
2021
ISBN
9780077013851
Copyright Type
Proprietary
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