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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the DeSoto District Curriculum

Social Studies at DeSoto Schools introduce students to life around them. Students learn the history of their city, and state. Then, after they have learned this, the students learn about the United States and the history of the colonization and the cultures that have combined to create this nation. The curriculum also includes lessons on the other cultures around the world and the history behind each of them.

The science curriculum at DeSoto Schools teaches students to become fluent readers. This begins by teaching children how to read from left to right and from top to bottom. After this students begin to discover how to read by learning sight words. Soon, students are learning about different strategies to help them decode words. These include looking at the first and last letter of the word and breaking a larger word into segments. By the time they graduate, students learn about different genres, as well as how to recognize perspective and author’s view.

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DeSoto District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The curriculum for DeSoto Independent School District is based off of the district’s scope and sequence to give students a successful education. The Texas Essential Skills and Knowledge curricular framework has long guided the instructional process and provides a set of standards at each grade level that students should meet. In achieving these standards, the students develop the skills and knowledge necessary to progress to more advanced levels of learning, ultimately preparing them for post-secondary life.

We currently cover the following DeSoto-area school district: DeSoto Independent School District.

Keeping Informed: Recent DeSoto Educational News

  • Academic Decathlon - The Academic Decathlon is a competitive team that is made up of students with A, B, or C grade averages. The students train to compete in 10 areas including science, music, art and math. Each year has a topic that the competition is based up. Some of the past subjects have been about Russian history and World War I.
  • Theatre Group - The Theatre Department is set up to allow students an outlet for their dreams of being a part of the theatre. Students may participate in a variety of ways including acting, lighting, and sound, and as a stage hand. Recently this group performed the musical 'Aida'.
  • Peacemakers Group - Peacemakers is a group that works with peer-mediation. Their approach is to prevent conflicts in and outside of school. They have a goal to help improve the school environment. They do this by reducing violence, assaults and discipline referrals. This is done to help academic performance through the school. Teams of students are trained as peer mediators on the school site.

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Each of them is highly-qualified K-12 and university educators

My name is Michelle O. and I am a certified Calculus Tutor from Bloomington,

My name is Davis H. and I am a certified English Tutor from Greenville, South Carolina.

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Chalk Talk: Fifth Grade Language Arts

In the fifth grade, students are preparing to make the leap to middle school. This generally means that the students’ workload becomes a little more daunting. Curriculum may vary but usually students face book reports, spelling tests and reading lists. They are going to be faced with changes in their interpretation due to new information or their past. They will begin to recognize various genres, both in reading and writing. They will be able to use an author’s point to come to conclusions. In addition their spelling lists will become longer, with harder words and they will be expected to write legible, both in print and in cursive writing. By the end of the year, these students may be able to answer their parents’ questions in this subject area.


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