Dieppe, New Brunswick Tutoring Programs
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Dieppe District and Curriculum
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Dieppe District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Anglophone East School District covers a wide area in the southeastern portion of the New Brunswick province. The rather large school district serves 15,600 students in 37 schools. Schools within the district work collaboratively in a Community of Schools model in which district staff work closely with each principal to develop professional development opportunities and determine and meet the needs of students, parents, and teachers. The schools host several events, including Chess Tournaments, Drama Festival, Public Speaking, Story-Fest, Field Days and Science Olympics, to enhance learning. Two schools in the district have a K-12 model, housing students in all grade levels.
We currently cover the following Dieppe-area school district: Anglophone East School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dieppe District Curriculum
Anglophone East School District uses a common curriculum, which outlines the goals and objectives of instruction and learning, along with all public school districts in New Brunswick. The provincial curriculum is implemented in the following content areas: art education/visual arts, French Second Language/Immersion, health education, English language arts, guidance, mathematics, music education, physical education, science, social studies, and technology education.
The English language arts curricula are separated into achievement standards for reading and for writing for each grade level. The reading standards involve text complexity, the use of both fiction and informational texts, ways in which students demonstrate strong achievement of reading skills, how students use reading strategies and behaviors to show appropriate achievement or strong achievement, and how students’ comprehension responses show appropriate achievement or strong achievement.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Dieppe Educational News
- Students Learn about Students of Other Cultures Through Books - Each grade level at Lewisville Middle School read a different novel that helped show the students a new perspective and see the challenges that children around the world face: Iqbal (sixth grade), which is about child labor in Pakistan; A Long Walk to Water (seventh grade), which tells the story of a child’s trek through war-torn Africa; and I Am Malala (eighth grade), which highlights Malala’s struggle to gain equal access to education under the Taliban rule. After the novels were read, students created individual projects to depict their interpretation of their book, which they presented in front of parents, peers, teachers, and community members during the Student Project Fair—with the theme “Courage is found in unlikely places” (a quote by J.R.R. Tolkien).
- Lou MacNarin School Club Sells Creative Math Games - The Lou MacNarin School’s Entrepreneur Club is encouraging other schools within the district to buy various creative and challenging math games that encourage problem solving and a passion for math. The club’s marketing strategy involved sending letters to school principals and parent committees to encourage them to buy the games, which are progressive and used by students in all grades at Lou MacNarin.
- Students Bring Awareness to Bullying and Mental Health - Each year, Riverview High hosts Pink Shirt Day as an anti-bullying effort, but this past year, the school decided to add lime green shirts to the mix—lime green is the official color of mental health awareness—as it wanted to emphasize the connection between the two issues. The first annual Anti-Bullying/Mental Health (Pink and Green Shirt) Day was comprised of two parts: 1) students watching videos filmed at RHS that highlighted the importance of having empathy for others in order to bridge racial, ethnic, religious, and economic divides and 2) students learning yoga meditation and breathing techniques to help combat stress and anxiety—a prevalent teen issue.
Dieppe 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: The Importance of Social Studies in the Classroom
Most of the instructional time in today’s classrooms is dedicated to English language arts and math, as these are the two content areas that are featured most prominently on standardized assessments. Some schools even incorporate extra periods to help sharpen students’ skills in these areas that are on the test. With science starting to appear on some standardized tests, even science is becoming taught more often than social studies. Although social studies may be the lost subject, it involves very important concepts and still needs to be considered a core content area. Students need social studies in order to learn how to read maps; identify major cities, states, countries, and continents on maps; understand the different geographical features and how they effect climate.