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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Derry District Curriculum

The Science curriculum within Derry Cooperative School District incorporates summer assignments, allowing students to transition smoothly into the school year. Students develop communication and investigation skills as they learn how to identify scientific processes, specifically focusing on biological and physical attributes of the world around them. Gathering data, evaluating results, and communicating hypotheses, all while building appropriate scientific vocabulary are all important aspects of the Science curriculum.

English Language Arts focuses on literacy in a few different ways. Shared literacy explores the effective communication of ideas, while literacy circles are utilized to help students become comfortable with reading and identifying vocabulary aloud. There is also a focus on guided reading at the elementary level, which aims to help students to recognize their own strengths and weaknesses in their literacy. At the end of their studies, students should have a solid grasp on their own aptitude, a strong vocabulary, and effective research and communication skills.

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Private Tutoring in Derry For Your Child

SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Derry students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.

Derry District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Derry Cooperative School District adheres to the Common Core State Standards as mandated by the state of New Hampshire. In implementing these standards, the school district ensures that students are properly prepared for both higher education and the workforce. The curriculum also ensures that student success is regularly evaluated, and that proper interventions are made so that students can be successful.

We currently cover the following Derry-area school district: Derry Cooperative School District.

Keeping Informed: Recent Derry Educational News

  • Successful School Audit - Derry schools are being rewarded for their fiscal responsibility, as an audit report comes back positive. This is encouraging for the district, as it has a solid system in place to protect its assets. The school district is in a strong long-term position, meaning that the individual schools can focus on meeting curriculum and instructional needs.
  • New Charter School - Students of Derry will have the option of attending a new charter high school as early as 2014. This school will help students who may not be as successful in a traditional learning environment, paying special attention to small class sizes. This will give struggling students another option that may better suit their needs.
  • Technology Integration - Technology is playing a big role in students' educational lives, and the district has established resources to help teachers and parents find ways to connect their children with useful and engaging technology options. Resources include learning websites and opportunities for workshops to learn more about educational technologies.

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Chalk Talk: How to Qualify a Written Argument

Most of the time, when writing persuasively, a well-balanced argument takes into consideration both sides. This is called argumentation. However, it is rare that someone is one-hundred-percent for or against something. Usually, the writer or speaker may have a few reservations. These are called qualifications, and qualifying an argument can actually make your position stronger. For example, it does not necessarily make sense to argue that every single person in the world should have a pet. However, it is perfectly reasonable to argue that certain people, who fall within certain guidelines, may find advantages to owning a pet. The key here is to avoid absolutes. Generally, absolute statements not only weaken the argument, but make it sound improbable, while qualifications lend the argument credibility.


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