Have you thought about using STEAM to teach ELA? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of TPS’s English I-IV.
TPS’s English I-IV is a comprehensive English language arts program for grades 9-12 (English I-IV). The materials are available in print and digital form. TPS Englishfocuses on using STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) activities as a basis for instruction to support student learning of the ELA TEKS.
Each TPS English lesson and project focuses on teaching a singlestudent expectation. Within each lesson, students and teachers are consistently directed to the TPS TEKS Fact Sheets which provide explanation and definition of the TEKS, at the breakout level, as well as examples of activities to support student learning of the standard.
Reading, writing, listening, and speaking are integrated in the standard-specific lessons and projects, though not consistently. The material provides questions and activities at all levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Learning List’s reviewers noted that the major reading selections upon which instruction is based were not included with the material. To learn more about how TPS English innovative use of STEAM to teach high school ELAR courses, impact instructional rigor, assessments and supports for students read our full editorial reviews for English I-IV.
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TPS (Teachers, Parents, Students) Publishing Inc. is a teacher/writer group focused on providing innovative inquiry based STEAM programs, TK-G12, to exactly align to Common Core Mathematics, NGSS and by State curriculum for Math, Science and Forensic Science. Programs include STEM and Arts inclusive projects. TPS has created a teacher toolbox offering you an opportunity to use career targeted, exciting project based learning tools together with traditional practice.
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