Lawrenceburg, Tennessee Tutoring Programs
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Lawrenceburg District and Curriculum
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Lawrenceburg District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Lawrence County Schools is guided by the Academic Standards set by the Tennessee Department of Education. The standards focus on literacy, numeracy, scientific literacy, and civic literacy during the early years and expand into in-depth topics in these areas as students progress. The standards also call on the schools to provide college and career readiness opportunities that are designed for students preparing for post-secondary life. The LCSS Career-Technical Education (CTE) provides significant opportunities for high school students to connect with courses and organizations that are aligned to their career goals.
We currently cover the following Lawrenceburg-area school district: Lawrence County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lawrenceburg District Curriculum
The English curriculum at Lawrence County Schools helps students learn how to make proper presentations, both written and oral. Students begin by learning the skills needed to share topics that are important to them. They also learn how to summarize material in written and oral forms. Students continue on to discover how to carry out research on a topic and then to translate it into a form that would interest an audience. Each of these will be helpful as students continue on with their lives after graduation.
The social studies curriculum at Lawrence County Schools explores various cultures around the world. This begins by studying the local history, including why and when people settled here. This continues as the study their state and the country. Students discover the importance trade and exploration made on settling an area. They also find that around the world there are similar reasons for people to create homes and communities in specific areas. This subject opens the students eyes to similarities of different cultures throughout the global community.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lawrenceburg Educational News
- Business Professionals of America - Students in this group compete against other students in regional competitions in business related events. The winners of each area continue on to state competitions and then on to nationals. Students also work with local business leaders to understand more about how to run a business and what they need to do to prepare for a career in business.
- Career-Technical Education - The district's Career-Technical Education has developed a rich curriculum and connected with student-professional organizations that can help students prepare for their careers. Some of the CTE courses include Architecture and Construction, Business Economics, Financial Planning and Health Information Technology.
- District Improvement Plan - The District Improvement Plan shows the areas where the schools have been succeeding in raising achievement for all students and the areas they want to target for improvement. Additionally, the district lists the steps that will be taken to improve the outcomes for all students.
Lawrenceburg Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Reading Omission Miscues
One of the important reading miscues that teachers look for are omission errors. The concern, of course, is that readers might be missing critical parts of the text which they may be reading for another class or during independent research. This is particularly the case if students are omitting entire lines of texts or words on certain parts of the page, such as at the end of lines. Another cause of omission miscues is the student having weak sight word vocabulary and omitting the sight words that he/she does not immediately recognize. Since there are so many potential causes of omission miscues, it is particularly important for teachers to carefully observe the patterns of how students are making these mistakes.