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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Laurel District Curriculum
In English Language Arts, the students are taught to decipher the meaning of words as they are used in context by using strategies in reading, such as having knowledge of word roots. The students also speak and write about various texts, fiction and non-fiction, and refer to the parts of the stories using the vocabulary of stanzas, chapters, subheadings, and scenes. The knowledge of story parts is also taught and presented by the students, as they will compare and contrast their viewpoints to the narrator’s viewpoint.
In Mathematics in grades K-12, standards include the teaching of numbers and operations in the area of fractions. The students will work with fractions that are equivalent in order to find the sum and difference of the fractions. They will also use their understanding of the concepts of fractions to multiply and divide equivalent fractions and mixed number fractions. They will also have the understanding that fractions are vital in the area of measurement and the collection of data.
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Laurel District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Laurel Public Schools has high standards for all students, as they believe all students can learn. The teachers of Laurel Public Schools instruct the students according to the Montana Office of Public Instruction. In the core curriculum of English Language Arts and Mathematics, communication and problem-solving skills are centrally focused on and there is also a focus on other subjects as well as American Indian Education.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Laurel Educational News
- Full Throttle Newspaper - The Laurel High School Newsletter is now online! Click on the link to see the “virtual newspaper.” The newspaper is titled: Full Throttle and it is full of current news and events. There is room for your comments, polls people can vote in, and more!
- Aviation and Technology Week - The ninth annual Aviation and Technology Week of Awareness in coming soon! The military, industry, and public aviation industry is for students from the states of Montana and Wyoming. The annual event is always a great success for over 10,000 students, who receive a great no-cost day of learning! Retirement homes also have their residents come and walk through the tours with the students so they can see what is going on with the modern-day technology!
- Drama Club - Dinner theater nights, performances throughout the year, and competitions are all a part of the drama club. The drama club meets regularly after school every other week, and has a lot of fun together during the performances. There are many roles of the members of this club, such as set designers, painters, costume designers, lighting and equipment, and more! Come to a meeting if interested in showing your talent!
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Chalk Talk: Teaching Math: The Importance of Manipulatives
When teaching mathematics, regardless of the age group being taught, the use of manipulative is very beneficial. Manipulatives, such as sorting blocks of all shapes, mathematical cubes, equipment with objects to use to measure and define problems, and many more small objects for learning help the child actually see the math problem by touching and moving the objects about. Rather than simply watching the teacher or doing worksheets as the sole learning activity for a concept, the students are able to learn by doing and discovery with manipulatives.