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Using feeling words

View the first sample lesson, Using Feeling Words, to introduce a variety of feeling words and increase students' emotional vocabularies. The second lesson, Identifying Happy Expressions, will help elementary school students with special needs identify faces showing happy expressions through common characteristics as well as differentiate between happy expressions and other facial expressions. Read More

TPRI Quick-Start Guide for Progress Monitoring for Beginning Readers

This Quick-Start Guide gives you the basics you need to successfully use your Progress Monitoring for Beginning Readers (PMBR) kit to assess student progress in Grades 1-3 and determine whether they’re responding to instruction. PMBR monitors student progress in three core aspects of reading: accuracy, fluency, and comprehension. Read More

Tejas LEE Brochure

Discover the assessment kit that gives K-3 teachers everything they need to diagnose, intervene, and monitor their students' reading skills. Read More

Differentiated Instruction

Excerpted from TPRI's Intervention Activities Guide for students in kindergarten to Grade 3, this introductory section explains the purpose of differentiated instruction and how the approach can be applied to reading instruction using the Model for Reading Time. Read More