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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Broken Arrow District Curriculum
In Mathematics, standards include the teaching of developing and using graphs to depict information. The students will be able to create their own graphs according to information given and they will be able to read and analyze graphs that have been completed. Using pictorial representations on a variety of graphs, such as bar graphs, circle graphs, and line graphs, the students will learn to differentiate and understand such information.
In English Language Arts, the standards are those such as developing reading concepts with a satisfactory rate of fluency. The students, as their reading progresses, are taught a variety of strategies to aid in fluency (the actual flow of their reading) such as comprehension skills, and making connections to other texts or ideas according to their knowledge of the subject material and how it relates to their lives. The development of a range of writing skills and personal voice is also a central part of the Language Arts curriculum.
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Broken Arrow District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Broken Arrow Public Schools has a mission to provide the best education possible to the youth of the district. The Oklahoma State Department of Education has developed the curriculum, and use the standards found in the Common Core of English Language Arts and Mathematics. The Common Core expectations are integrated into the subjects of Science and Social Studies as well.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Broken Arrow Educational News
- Empty Bowls Project - Broken Arrow High School students are raising awareness about local hunger. Empty Bowls is a service project created by BAHS to benefit the children that need food, and this is also being incorporated into the curriculum. This project helps the children get the food they need, and the fact that it is used in the classroom makes the learning beneficial and for a purpose.
- The Sound of Music - The Broken Arrow High School drama program had a wonderful time presenting 'The Sound of Music,' a well-known musical, to the public! The Performing Arts Center was the center of it all and the students and the community members all had a great time. The Drama Club did a fantastic job!
- Reading Skills with a Camera - On this link, there is a video showing Ms. Hennes, a Leisure Park Elementary teacher, using a flip camera, a small video device, to help her children learn reading strategies. What a creative idea! She is also able to send the recordings home so the parents can get an up close look at their child and know what they need to work on outside of school. This is a very effective way to focus in on specific reading skills that need improvement, and to look at the reading skills that have been accomplished!
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Chalk Talk: Specific Reading Skills
Targeting specific reading skills is very important for the teacher to do in the classroom during small group reading instruction, or guided reading. There are many skills that the students must develop in the beginning stages to the middle stages of reading so that they will have a strong foundation. Such skills are: phonetic strategies, using picture cues, reading ahead to figure out the meaning of unknown words (context clues), making inferences while reading, making predictions, and making connections to their own background knowledge. Active readers do all of these things without realizing they are doing them, but the skills must be taught in order for them to be successful.