19 TAC Chapter 128

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Spanish Language Arts and Reading and English as a Second Language

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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULES


Subchapter A. Elementary

§128.1. Implementation of Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Elementary, Adopted 2017.
§128.2. Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Kindergarten, Adopted 2017.
§128.3. Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Grade 1, Adopted 2017.
§128.4. Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Grade 2, Adopted 2017.
§128.5. Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Grade 3, Adopted 2017.
§128.6. Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Grade 4, Adopted 2017.
§128.7. Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Grade 5, Adopted 2017.

Subchapter B. Middle School

§128.20. Implementation of Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Spanish Language Arts and Reading and English as a Second Language, Middle School, Adopted 2017.
§128.21. Spanish Language Arts and Reading, Grade 6, Adopted 2017.
§128.22. English Learners Language Arts (ELLA), Grade 7, Adopted 2017.
§128.23. English Learners Language Arts (ELLA), Grade 8, Adopted 2017.

Subchapter C. High School

§128.30. Implementation of Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for English as a Second Language, High School, Beginning with School Year 2009-2010.
§128.31. English I for Speakers of Other Languages (One Credit), Beginning with School Year 2009-2010.
§128.32. English II for Speakers of Other Languages (One Credit), Beginning with School Year 2009-2010.
§128.33. Implementation of Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for English as a Second Language, High School, Adopted 2017.
§128.34. English I for Speakers of Other Languages (One Credit), Adopted 2017.
§128.35. English II for Speakers of Other Languages (One Credit), Adopted 2017.
§128.36. English Language Development and Acquisition (ELDA) (One Credit), Adopted 2017.

 

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