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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Frisco District Curriculum
The Social Studies curriculum uses items that are known to students to introduce the subject. They find nursery rhymes which include community helpers to catch the students' attention and to help them to learn. By second grade the students learn how science and technology have change communities, including their own. Students then continue on to learn about geography and the American Revolution.
By showing students that they can have a purpose for reading, Frisco Independent School District shows students how to learn to read. They implement Readers' Workshop and Accelerated Reader to help students progress at their level. Students learn additional topics from teacher-led instruction, such as character evaluation, and how to compare settings across texts. They also learn how to use their reading skills to help them in other subject areas by showing them how to sequence events and how to write procedural texts.
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Frisco District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Frisco Independent School District reaches each student by combining teachers’ ingenuity with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills standards. Knowledge builds along major topical strands within each subject so by the time students have reached high school, they are prepared to take a topic area and study it farther. They have a variety of subjects to choose from such as economics, government, or psychology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Frisco Educational News
- Speech, Interp and Debate - This group of students learn how to debate a bill which is presented to them, using Roberts Rules of Order, they then vote and decide whether the bill is passed or declined. They take all that they learn at the meetings and compete in various competitions where the "congress" consists of 20 students from various schools. This group has won several tournaments in recent years.
- Academic Decathlon - Academic Decathlon consists of a group of students who compete in ten academic areas. Students compete in one of three levels either honors, scholastic or varsity. Each student will compete against other students of their own level. Academic Decathlon offers students a chance to compete for scholarships while it helps to develop speech and interview skills.
- Band Opportunities - The band is a place where students can share their instrumental abilities with one another. Within the band are several groups: Leadership team Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Winds, Symphonic Band, Concert Band and Jazz Band. Each of these groups compete in various events across the state. In addition to the different competitions, the band helps students enjoy creativity and achieve goals while demonstrating an excellence in music and a trust in other members of the band.
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Chalk Talk: How Middle School Students Think
It is easy to look at a middle-school student as almost being an adult. The conversations and thought-processes are so similar, however, there are several ways in which a middle school student differs. These students return to a younger age, in some ways. They become more egocentric, at times acting like the world revolves around them. They also have learned to manipulate symbols in a logical manner. In addition, they can state a reasonable hypothesis and then they can test it against their reality. These students also can classify objects according to several features, such as books by height and the color of its jacket. These students have come quite far from the little ones that began kindergarten!