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Harvard District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Harvard Public Schools consists of Hildreth Elementary (grades K-5) and the Bromfield School (6-12 and serves approximately 1,300 students. The Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks provide the basis for teaching in all subjects and teachers work together to teach lessons that encompass the objectives and give students meaningful learning experiences. Teachers try to connect the objectives to real world uses so that students see how they will take their education into the future. College and career preparedness is also emphasized and students are expected to develop skills like collaboration, communication, and creative thinking to help them in a variety of future endeavors.

We currently cover the following Harvard-area school district: Harvard Public Schools.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Harvard District Curriculum

Bromfield School's English department develops the reading-writing connection through all language arts classes and across all content areas. The goal of the rigorous English program is to develop oral and written fluency through reading response, the literary essay, and the research paper. The sequence of English courses for students in grades 9-12 is as follows: Introduction to Literature, Classical Literature, American Literature, and English Literature. The district has a comprehensive writing guide that includes a reference writing sheet with tips for formatting rules and editing symbols.

At Hildreth Elementary, students are engaged in a variety of activities in their math classes; teachers utilize interactive SMART Boards when incorporating whole-group instruction, place students in small groups for collaboration, and allow students to independently apply the mathematical strategies they have learned. The school uses two math programs; Investigations by TERC revolves around a constructivist, hands-on, student-centered approach, while Go Math provides further support in the mathematical skills emphasized on the state assessment.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Harvard Educational News

  • Bromfield Drama Students Present Fresh Take on Shakespeare - The Bromfield Middle School Drama Society put on two productions that represented fresh takes of Shakespeare's works. First, "Will and Whimsy" featured modern scenes based on the traditional Shakespearean sonnets. Secondly, "Curst Be He That Moves My Bones" explored the question of who really wrote Shakespeare's plays.
  • Bromfield School Presents End-of-Year Recital - Harvard's Bromfield School recently held its annual recital in its auditorium as a culmination of the school year. Family, friends, and community members were treated to vocal and instrumental performances by music students in grades 6-12.
  • Grant Helps Fund Bromfield Debate Club - The Harvard Schools Trust board of directors recently approved a grant that would fund the Bromfield Speech and Debate Club. The club is open to students attending Harvard's Bromfield School who are in grades 7-12. The club's 25 members compete in state tournaments held from October through April of the school year.

Chalk Talk: Number Patterns

Students begin learning to "skip-count" (by twos, fives, tens, etc.) at young ages, and by the time they reach third grade, are expected to be able to solve for missing numbers in patterns using their knowledge of the operations. The following is an example: Students may be asked what number comes next after the numbers 8, 16, 24, and 32. If they recognize that each number in the sequence is a factor of eight (8x1, 8x2, 8x3, 8x4), they would recognize that the number 40 completes the pattern (8x5). They may also be asked to find numbers beyond this in the sequence or to find a number in the middle of a sequence. Third graders will also need strong knowledge of odd and even numbers and when they result in different types of scenarios. For example, they must recognize that multiplying an even number by an odd number always results in an even product.


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