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Malone District and Curriculum
The Malone Central School District is made up of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The English Language Arts curriculum is based on standards that require students to master fundamental literacy skill. Malone schools’ math curriculum is based on standards that require students to master core mathematics concepts. The curricula for all other core and elective classes, including science, social studies, and theatre, are based on the New York State Learning Standards.
We currently cover the following Malone-area school district: Malone Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Malone District Curriculum
Students following the curriculum are not only expected to read a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction texts closely and attentively, but are also expected to research texts, critique texts, and communicate their ideas about texts clearly. Students will also use their language skills to develop into fluent writers by starting with simple paragraphs and moving all the way to five paragraph essays. Grammar and punctuation also play a role in the writing portion of the curriculum.
Students following the curriculum are expected to not only possess a knowledge of mathematics concepts such as numeration, problem modeling, and abstract thinking, but to also use their knowledge of those concepts to solve classroom and real world problems. Besides these core subjects, students will also be able to choose electives to supplement their education. These electives range from keyboarding skills to engineering and cover topics related to most careers available.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Malone Educational News
- Malone Federation of Teachers Scholarship - The Malone Federation of Teachers has announced that its is now accepting applications for its annual scholarship. The scholarship is for graduating seniors who plan to pursue a career in education.
- Tools for Schools Program - Flanders Elementary School parents who shop at Price Chopper can now sign up for the store’s Tools for Schools program. Each time a program member makes a Price Chopper purchase he or she earns point for Flanders Elementary School. The school code is 16427
- St. Joe’s Elementary School Tip Sheet - St. Joe’s Elementary School has released at tip sheet for parents who walk their children to school. The sheet encourages parents to model safe walking behavior for their children to follow. It also reminds parents to be aware of how children react to walking in high-traffic areas and being near moving cars.
Malone 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: What Is Direct Instruction?
Teachers use a wide range of instructional strategies to deliver content to their students. One of the primary methods of instruction used in classrooms is called “direct instruction”. This encompasses lectures and directly showing students how to perform certain tasks. Direct instruction is very teacher-centered but appropriate for introducing new content and skills. Once direct instruction occurs, students have a model on which to perform tasks themselves. More student-centered approaches include children working in cooperative groups to solve problems or tasks or have discussions, engaging in simulations that allow them to apply learning to real-life situations and experiments (such as the dissection of a frog), and inquiring by questioning and collecting data in an attempt to answer questions. Teacher candidates learn about different instructional methods in the “methods courses” they are required to take in their educator preparation programs in college.