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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Benbrook District Curriculum
The social studies curriculum at Benbrook schools help students learn about geography. They begin by learning about familiar surroundings, like their room or their neighborhood. As the students’ progress through school they expand the borders of their knowledge by learning about their town, state and country. Along with the boarders and important landmarks in each place, the students learn about the history of the areas and the people that help to make them function.
Students begin to learn chemistry from their first year at school. At first students learn about changes that can occur through cooking, and they learn about physical properties by describing items in the classroom. This is expanded upon by showing students how they can then learn to categorize items by using descriptions. Students learn about what makes up a property and how these can then be separated, or combined to come up with something different. The elements are studied and they learn about how each of these behave and how they form bonds with other elements.
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Benbrook District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Fort Worth Independent School District helps students succeed by basing their curriculum on the state standards as stated in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. The curriculum begins students with a series of lessons that are fundamental to each subject and help students master the core, basic topics; they then developed advanced critical skills and knowledge in each of these and take this knowledge into the world to help make them true global learners.
We currently cover the following Benbrook-area school district: Fort Worth Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Benbrook Educational News
- Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp - The Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp is organized to teach the Cadets skills in achievement, wellness, and leadership. This program also helps students to be ready for college. The skills that students learn can then be demonstrated at competitions.
- Texas Association of Future Educators - The Texas Association of Future Educators helps students that have a desire to go into the field of education. Students are shown the skills needed to succeed in education, plus they go on outings to experience the educational requirements for their area.
- University Interscholastic League - University Interscholastic League provides students with contests in different academic, athletic and musical areas. The students have the curiosity to become even better in their area as they prepare to compete against students throughout the state.
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Chalk Talk: Talking to Children About the News
Between television, the internet and newspapers, children are exposed to many items in the news that they may not understand. Parents can help to make the news less scary. First, some news items are replayed many times. If the child is young they may think that each replay is a separate event. So, limit the replays by turning it off right away. After turning off the exposure, give the child a brief explanation of the event. If they appear frightened, do not try to make light of it, instead, the parent needs to give assurances to the child. If the child is older and they express a desire to research an event, do it together. This way the parent will be there if there are concerns. By following these steps, the child will understand more than if the parent tries to brush the event under the rug.