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Dayton, Nevada Tutoring Programs
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Dayton District and Curriculum
Lyon county schools follow the curriculum guideline standards of the state of Nevada. The Mathematics program is a balanced program that enhances problem solving skills that can connect to real-life situations. The Literacy program starts with Reading, which develops phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. These provide the basis for academic growth in all subjects.
We currently cover the following Dayton-area school district: Lyon County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dayton District Curriculum
Language Arts is designed to develop and expand reading, writing, speaking and listening. In Writing, students learn the writing process, writing traits and writing assessments, as well as types of writing. Research and study skills are also emphasized. Students learn to write narrative, descriptive, expository and persuasive compositions, as well as the experience of reading diverse literary forms.
High school math builds on the skills learned in previous school years, teaching Real Numbers and Quantities, complex number systems, vector and matrix quantities and Algebra, seeing structure in expressions. Students learn polynomials and create rational expressions. They also learn Trigonometry functions and modeling, Geometry, measurement and dimension and stats and probability. The goal of this curriculum is to help student to develop and use critical thinking skills and to increase problem-solving abilities.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Dayton Educational News
- Dayton Historical Museum - The Dayton Historical Museum offers a great opportunity for student learning. Plan a field trip to the museum, where students learn the history of Dayton and surrounding areas. A field trip to the museum can include activities easily integrated into core classes.
- Piper’s Opera House - A trip to Piper’s Opera House is a great historical building that offers tours to the public. This historical building in Virginia City, NV, stands as a reminder of the days of the Comstock mines. The Opera house still stands in spite of two devastating fires and the financial collapse when the mines failed. Make Piper’s Opera House a field trip destination for your students.
- Fourth Ward School Museum - The Fourth Ward School is the last of its kind standing. Built in 1876, the school was a monument to our nation’s centennial. The four story building could hold 1,000 students, with heating, sanitation and ventilation systems that were state of the art for 1875. Water was also piped throughout the building. What a great educational trip this would be for your students. Keep the Fourth Ward School Museum in mind when you are planning your next field trip.
Dayton 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: Teaching English Language Learners
English language learners have different life experiences and speak other languages. They are expected to learn both a new language and the expectations within the curriculum, which is a significant amount of work in a short time. Younger students will have an easier time adapting than older students, but it is important to oversee the progress in all subjects so that students don’t fall behind anywhere. Forming literacy programs that give students extra time to read or work on their writing is a big asset for students learning the language. Regular assistance in all facets of the language – reading, writing and speaking – will pay off in each area in the long run.