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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cornelius District Curriculum
The Reading curriculum helps students become readers by first teaching how the letters sound, by themselves and when blended with other letters. Students use a combination of readers and literature to learn lessons about stories. Students may have the opportunity to learn how to compare and contrast by reading “The War of the World,” or they may learn how to draw evidence from “Night” to support analysis, reflection and research.
Students taking Social Studies at Cornelius schools learn about their community, county, state, country and the world. To help learn about this nation students use cartoons comparing historical events to events students may face each day in school. They also learn how the 3/5’s Compromise changed states population and the effect that this had. Students can see, through these studies, that events that occur today, even though they may seem incidental, may become part of the history their children learn.
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Cornelius District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Cornelius schools assist students in transforming their education into real-life applications. This is done through lectures, projects and demonstrations and by basing the curriculum on the Common Core Standards. The standards give the framework for learning that students follow from kindergarten through graduation and is based on key topics within the subjects that allow students to gain both depth and breadth of knoweledge in core academic areas.
We currently cover the following Cornelius-area school district: Forest Grove School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Cornelius Educational News
- Band - Forest Grove High School offers instrumental band to those who have an interest in playing an instrument. Depending on the level of instruction, there are various groups to join. There is marching and symphony band, jazz band and orchestra. Each of these groups attends competitions where they are judged on their musical ability.
- Choir - Choir, at Forest Grove High School, is open to students who which to sing. There are three groups that students can participate in, depending on their experience level: choir, treble choir and Da Capo. Each group performs at events and at competitions.
- Drama - The Forest Grove Drama Group has been organized for students that wish to take part in theater production. They can take part either behind the scenes, such as stage hand or lights, or they can audition to perform on the stage.
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Chalk Talk: Third Grade Writing Expectations
When a child enters third grade it may seem that they have all the writing skills that they need in life. This is not necessarily true. In this grade, children begin working on book reports and they begin to learn how to write research papers. These writing skills will be used, not only in other subjects, but in their everyday life also. Because of this, they need to gain a comfort in writing down their ideas and thoughts. They learn even more about the parts of speech and how they can make give depth to their writing. These children writing education has just begun in third grade, but the path they will be taking is filled with many ideas.