Does your district own Holt McDougal Biology? If so, take a look at Learning List’s reviews, which include a review of alignment to the streamlined science TEKS.
Holt McDougal’s Biology is a comprehensive program designed to support Texas high school Biology. The content is available in print and digital formats, in both English and Spanish. While this material is no longer sold by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Learning List recently reviewed the digital version of the material to meet subscribers’ requests.
The material focuses on providing resources to support students as they deepen their understanding of scientific concepts in preparation for the Texas Biology End-of-Course exam. As such, the program includes end-of-course practice materials in each chapter.
The online resources are housed on the Holt McDougal Online platform. Resources include English and Spanish versions of the text, as well as projects to support “Pre-AP” students and ideas for differentiating instruction for special populations. Teachers can customize most activities and assessments.
Read Learning List’s complete Alignment Report to learn more about the degree to which the material aligns to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Biology. Learning List’s alignment reports do not only inform selection decisions, they facilitate instructional alignment and curriculum mapping with the reviewed materials, as well. Learning List has also completed an instructional quality review, and a review of the material’s technology compatibility and support for remote learning. To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.
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