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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mono District Curriculum
In English, students in the elementary years are taught language acquisition skills, reading comprehension strategies, and begin to develop written responses to literature and non-fiction. In the secondary years, student learning focuses on the analysis of literature, ability to read critically and appreciate other cultural perspectives, and to write in-depth literary analysis. They learn about other parts of the world, cultures, historical events and use that knowledge to connect with the world around them.
The Math curriculum for elementary students is designed to teach fundamentals in numerical operations, measurements, quantities, proportions and students begin to develop their proportional reasoning abilities. The secondary curriculum begins with key topics in algebra like linear relations and algebraic expressions and geometry in which students learn about functions and relationships between figures, angles and develop a sense of spatial reasoning. Students also gain the ability to recognize the best way to solve different math problems.
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Mono District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The districts that students attend use the guidelines laid out in the Ontario Curriculum which gives detailed overviews of the learning objectives, foundational concepts, and expectations for student achievement in each subject. Math and English are the basis of the provincial assessments which students take in grades 9 and 10; the assessments are aligned to the expectations in the curriculum. Students at the elementary and secondary schools have a number of additional programs and electives which also follow a curriculum that provides foundational skills upon which deeper understanding is formed.
Keeping Informed: Recent Mono Educational News
- Challenge Day - At Centennial Collegiate, students in grades 9 and 12 are paired up in mentoring relationships which teach both valuable life skills. The older students learn what it means to be a role model and develop new leadership skills. Younger students have someone they can ask questions and get help when they need it. Each year, the pairs meet up on Challenge Day and put what they have learned to the test.
- Mono Cliffs - Mono Cliffs is a unique land formation that offers plenty of opportunities for exploration and adventure. The Park also offers classes and research opportunities for those interested. For teachers, there are resources which may be used to support lessons in natural history or earth science.
- Theatre Orangeville - Located nearby in Orangeville, the Theatre Orangeville is a performing arts company that puts on plays and musicals for families in the area. The Theatre has also established a Youth Academy for students who enjoy participating in the performing arts.
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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: Admissions Tips for U.S. Colleges
For Canadian students who wish to study abroad in the United States, there are a few tips to be aware of. First is the difference between private and public universities. Public universities are run by individual states and have a reduced rate of tuition for in-state students; private colleges tend to be more expensive than public universities. Also, public universities tend to be larger and often have many locations through the state. It usually has most of its programs at the flagship campus, and satellite campuses are often quite small with a more limited choice of programs. Also, there are different types of application for college including Early Decision, Early Application, Rolling Admissions, and variations on each of those.