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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Louisville District Curriculum
The Reading curriculum at Louisville Municipal Schools begins with the children learning how to relate the illustrations in a story and the story itself. They also learn to look for key details in a story and ask questions if they are unclear, or they can answer questions about these details. Children are exposed to a wide variety of genre including poems, drama, fables, folktales and myths from a variety of cultures. Students learn how to express the author’s point of view and if their own agrees or disagrees with the author’s.
The Math curriculum introduces students to geometry by teaching them the attributes that define a shape. They then learn how to draw or create models of them. As they progress students learn how to measure the perimeter of an object as well as find the capacity. In high school, the students learn more difficult math based on shapes in classes in geometry and trigonometry. When they graduate the students have the confidence in their problem-solving skills to face the world.
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Louisville District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Louisville Municipal Schools believe that every student should achieve to the expected standards of learning and be well prepared for their futures. This goal is achieved through following The Core Curriculum State Standards and through continual improvement in the training of their educators in delivering these standards in a coherent pattern of skill and knowledge building.
We currently cover the following Louisville-area school district: Louisville Municipal Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Louisville Educational News
- Unity Night - The faculty, parents and students of Louisville High School recently had the opportunity to attend Unity Night at the school. This event gave an opportunity to discuss the LSATs. There was a motivational speaker and a performance by a local group.
- Wildcat Band - Louisville High School marching band, the Wildcats, is among the largest groups in the school. The band, including the color guard, performs at all high school football games. It also forms two concert bands in the winter and spring. The color guard and the drum line represent the band and the school at various competitions.
- JROTC - The JROTC is a program that helps teach students communication, health, first aid, geography and financial management. It helps each student learn how to be a good citizen by participating in service projects and by teaching the cadets history and government.
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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: How to Help a Child Prepare for First Grade Math
Children go from object-based math in kindergarten to math using pencil and paper in first. To make this transition smoothly there are a few things that can be done at home. First, to make sure that a child is fluent in counting forward and backward to one hundred, place cereal, candy or building block pieces in front of them and ask them to count. Then group the objects in sets of twos or five and ask them to try again in these increments. Next, look through a catalog with a child and ask them to read numbers as you point to them. To help them become used to fractions, while cooking from a recipe, ask them to read a fraction and then help to understand the meaning of the fraction. For example, ¼ cup means that it would take four of this measuring cup to make a cup. When the child starts first grade, if they become overwhelmed, help them to take a step back from the paper and pencil and help them relate the math to real-life.