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Monroe Charter Township District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Both Ida Public Schools and Monroe Public Schools follow the Michigan Merit Curriculum which is a comprehensive curriculum that provides frameworks for learning in each subject. The elementary curriculum is designed to introduce students to the major topics in each subject, such as reading, writing, and discussion in English language arts, so that students begin to develop the building blocks of understanding each topic. Once students are in middle school, the work becomes more complex and requires that students be able to analyze texts and math problems and use their literacy and math skills to understand new material.
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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.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Monroe Charter Township District Curriculum
The science curriculum includes the subjects of earth and environmental science biology, physics and chemistry. There is also an increasing emphasis on STEM learning which integrates science, technology, engineering, and math so that students learn valuable skills in each and see how these subjects connect. The science curriculum also emphasizes scientific literacy and the ability to investigate natural phenomenon following a scientific process. The ability to observe, take written notes about, and communicate scientific findings is also emphasized.
One part of the curriculum that helps students develop their research skills is history. The students are provided with a variety of resources to make history come to life. Using literature, newspapers, diaries and primary sources, the students become aware of what was occurring at the time and how people thought about it. They also take the information from these sources to complete research projects from a variety of points of view. When they enter their career of choice, these students will be aware of the difference one person, or event, can make in history. view all Monroe tutors
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Keeping Informed: Recent Monroe Charter Township Educational News
- Interact Club - Interact is sponsored by The Rotary Club International. The students in this group work together to make positive difference in their communities. The group is able to become connected through leaders of the club and the community. Some of the projects may be hands-on, have international connections, help students develop leadership skills and learn how to work with each other while enjoying their time together.
- FFA Organization - FFA, or Future Farmers of America, is open for students with a goal which is connected with agriculture in some way. This may include students interested in art, business, horticulture or so many more. The members share the knowledge and skills they have with each other. Experts in the field also come to meetings to share their knowledge to help each member have success in fulfilling their dreams. The members also are encouraged to participate in competitions.
- Speech and Debate Team - The Speech and Debate Team introduces students to the world of public speaking. As students prepare for competition they gain skills and confidence. Students participate in competitions, either as a team or alone. They have several areas of which to choose, such as International Extemporaneous, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, expository and much more. Those who continue with Speech and Debate in college are eligible for scholarships.
Chalk Talk: Classroom Idea: Nationality Meal Planning
One idea for a social studies project that can highlight diversity in a positive way is through a national meal making project. Make sure that your meals are complete. For example, you would not just have chicken for dinner; you may have chicken, potatoes, and broccoli. If there are any special beverages associated with your country, include those. Also, the two of you must work together and list at least three customs or things that are important to know about eating patterns in your country. Some ideas of what you can include are times of meals, lengths of meals, social habits (who people eat with), and information about restaurants. They should be unique and interesting. Your meal plan must be typed and should include at least one picture representing every meal. There should be bold headings with the names of each meal. The customs or interesting information should be included underneath the meals.