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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hazel Park District Curriculum
At Hazel Park School District, the English language arts curriculum helps students to become proficient writers. In the first few years of school the students write down their thoughts as pictures or sentences of just a few words. As they progress through school, the students begin to place details in their sentences. This helps to make the sentences more complete thoughts. In high school, they are able to aim their writing at their audience while maintaining their voice throughout an assignment.
United States History is included under the Social Studies Curriculum. At Hazel Park Schools this includes the exploration and discovery of the United States and includes history through the New Deal. This subject covers the events that lead to the emergence of the United States as an independent country. It includes the Civil War, Reconstruction, World War I, the Great Depression and the New Deal. It helps students understand the progress of our country, how our society has developed, and how the past informs the future.
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Hazel Park District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Hazel Park School District creates learning experiences that will allow the students to be prepared for their college and career goals. The curriculum is based on the learning standards set out by the Michigan Department of Education and provide key objectives for subject-area learning at each grade level. In all subjects, students are expected to use their prior knowledge to take their learning a step further and be able to analyze and think critically about it. Critical thinking tasks are accomplished through project-based work, opportunities to analyze texts, and learning how to communicate ideas in a group setting.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hazel Park Educational News
- National Honor Society - The National Honor Society invites students who demonstrates excellence in their lives every day. NHS honors the students that are able to show others excellence in character, service, leadership and academics. They are able to demonstrate these traits throughout their community by completing service projects which help to improve the communities.
- DECA Club - DECA assists students who aim for lives in the entrepreneurial, marketing or management areas. The students who are members maintain a connection with the organization and have access to the latest technology and the latest research into their lives.
- FFA Organization - FFA is open to every student that is enrolled in the Agricultural program. The members learn from classes, lectures, community mentors, each other and experience. Each of these methods help the members become successful in following their dreams. There are also competitions for the students to take part which are related to the skills they have developed. The competitions can give the students recognition, awards and scholarship money.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: Early Literacy
It is a misconception that kindergarten students cannot and do not write. One method that allows very young students to write is by using invented spellings, which involve the learner making guesses as to how unfamiliar words are spelled, with the teacher encouraging them to write without worrying about perfect spelling. Some educators are not fond of this technique because students’ work will contain spelling errors, but it allows them to express themselves without being hesitant due to concern over making mistakes. Kindergarteners can also respond to texts in other ways, such as by creating illustrations that portray their understanding of a story and by orally dictating what a story is about while the teacher writes it down.