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If you have difficulty accessing the resources on this website, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: AWARD Reading Online can be accessed by multiple users, using the same username and password, at the same time.
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Using the TEKS with AWARD Reading
We have provided electronic links from the TEKS to content in our teaching plans. Here are some guidelines to help you to use these “hot links” effectively.
When you open the correlation document for each grade, click on an entry to open the teaching plan for that TEK. If you have any problems with this, here are some solutions.
To view pdfs, you need Adobe Reader. Click here to download
In your browser preferences, check to make sure that the browser allows pop-up windows. Uncheck the box next to Block pop-up windows.
Open in Tabs
To avoid having to rely on the back button to go back and forward from the TEKS to the teaching plans, check the box to always open pages in Tabs.