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Bedford District and Curriculum
Standards developed by the Indiana Department of Education guide the curriculum provided to students at North Lawrence Community Schools. Students are actively involved in the learning process throughout their education and meet benchmarks in all of their subjects. In mathematics classes, the focus is put on increasing problem solving skills and precision, as well as using appropriate computational tools. Students can accomplish these tasks in classes that include algebra, trigonometry, geometry, and probability and statistics.
We currently cover the following Bedford-area school district: North Lawrence Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bedford District Curriculum
The language arts curriculum provides opportunities to increase knowledge in the areas of speaking, reading, writing, and research. Both critical thinking and analytical skills are improved as well. Students work in small groups which give the teacher a chance to listen to each student read aloud in order to assess their skill levels. These groups are fluid and can change multiple times a year based on changing student reading levels and skill sets. Students also collaborate on writing development, and work together to provide feedback and ideas for how to revise writing.
Students will also learn how to use the research process to enhance their knowledge on many topics. Literary texts are studied in a variety of genres and gradually increase in complexity throughout students’ educational careers. The use of technology is also emphasized in language arts courses and others so that students can do anything from efficiently use a word processing program to creating a new program of their own.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bedford Educational News
- Parkview Students Win The NCLS Title - The girls’ basketball team at Parkview Elementary beat Lincoln, Needmore, and Shawswick in the final game of the NCLS Elementary basketball tournament. The tournament lasted three days and ended at Oolitic Middle School.
- Oolitic Girls Race Past The Competition - The Oolitic Middle School girls’ track and field team won eight events that led to a 70 point score. The team beat Shawswick, who had 45 points, and Medora, who had 10. The team is well on their way to success in future competitions!
- Springville Elementary Students Have Pride - Students at Springville Elementary won the NFL “Take Pride in Yourself” challenge. Their prize included an appearance by the Indianapolis Colts team members, cheerleaders, and Blue (the Colts mascot).
Bedford Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: How To Deliver A Speech
For may people, giving a speech can be nerve-wracking. Students will have to give at least one speech in a class before they graduate from high school, so it is important to know how to keep an audience’s interest. Although the content of a speech is important, the delivery is another aspect that is also significant. When giving a speech, you should make sure that you maintain the proper amount of eye contact with your audience. Try not to stare at one person or your notes and look around the room as you speak. This means that you will probably have to practice your speech beforehand to make sure that you have a general idea of what you are going to say. Rehearse any points that you know are difficult to explain or have charts or diagrams. If your teacher allows it, using visuals can make a speech more exciting. The visuals should enhance your speech or provide an outline of what you’re going to say so that the audience can follow along.