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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Irving District Curriculum
The writing curriculum begin with students learning how to form each of the letters of the alphabet. Then they learn to connect these letters to create a variety of words, including their names. Soon they learn the proper way to combine these words together to create complete thoughts. When they reach high school these students take all of the skills and processes they learned and refine them.
Irving Schools share the world of science of students by showing students that science is all around them. At a young age, students learn about the cycle of the seasons and the life cycle of a plant. Some of the classes allow students to begin experimenting and observing by encouraging students to plant their own seeds, either in the classroom or at home. As they enter high school, their eyes are opened to the co-habitation of plants and humans, and how what affects one affects the other. They also learn about ecology, including recycling, and biomes.
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Irving District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Irving Schools use Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, or TEKS, as the basis of their curriculum. By following these guidelines, the educators enable students to reach their goals and go beyond. Within the curriculum, there are many goals including the laying of a foundation of knowledge that helps students access their ability to think critically about their learning. Dedicated staff members and teachers provide support for children to explore personal, academic, and career-oriented areas of interest as well.
We currently cover the following Irving-area school district: Irving Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Irving Educational News
- High School Band Options - Students, at Irving Schools, that enjoy playing an instrument, may find the band program a place to fit into. Students are introduced to band in elementary grades. By high school they are offered marching and concert band. These allow them to be a part of football games, as well as other community events. They also can participate in contests as a group, in the band, or as a small group or solo.
- Performing Arts Events - Drama is the organization for students that enjoy the performing arts. Whether actors, stage managers or other production staff, all will improve their skills through participation in this group. Some of the past performances include "The Little Shop of Horrors". The possibility of participating in one-act play competitions is also available for Drama Club members.
- French Club at NHS - French Club increases its member’s knowledge of the French Culture. All students of Irving Schools are invited to join the club. At their regular meetings students and faculty share their knowledge on France, including the language. Through their newsletter, others can become aware of French cultural events in the area, along with the French restaurants.
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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: Fourth-Grade Project Survival Guide
Fourth grade is generally the time when students are presented with their first independent project. These projects generally take weeks of research, from a few sources. The trick to making it through this assignment is to encourage the student to begin early. If they make a plan, they will have goals to work toward. This also breaks down the assignment into less intimidating portions. To do this they will need the assistance of a parent. Parents can also help students, but not complete the assignment. Help the children to see that it is beneficial to complete the more difficult sections of the assignment first. With guidance from parents, students should be able to complete the assignment and will be able to face future projects with more ease.