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Nashua District and Curriculum
The Nashua School District operates under a Curriculum Management Plan, which has been in effect since 2007. This plan, which is frequently reviewed, evaluates the curriculum periodically to ensure rigor and content that meets the needs of current learners. Teachers align curriculum to the state standards as well as the Curriculum Management Plan, allowing appropriate time for instruction, application, and assessment.
We currently cover the following Nashua-area school district: Nashua School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Nashua District Curriculum
In Nashua’s Science Curriculum, students explore the world around them and make inferences and discoveries that lead to an understanding of biological and physical systems. Work is regularly assessed, allowing students to develop understanding and confidence regarding the scientific method, inquiry, research, laboratory, and communication skills. As students enter middle and high school they are able to utilize these skills in experiments that help them understand scientific laws and theories pertaining to biology, chemistry and physics.
Similarly, Nashua encourages student growth within the area of Mathematics through rigorous curriculum that meats the New Hampshire Core Standards. Students are instructed in reasoning, structure, precision, and the use of proper mathematical tools and theorems. At the elementary level, students are expected to form a knowledge base around arithmetic, measurements, operations, and basic geometry. These concepts are then expanded upon in the middle and high school levels to include algebraic functions, statistical measures, and functions.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Nashua Educational News
- Student Athletes Recognized - 85 student athletes were recognized this year for their contribution to athletics while maintaining a strong academic presence as well. The Athletics Programs aims to foster these strengths, contributing to a positive, and fun, environment for all.
- Students Build a Reading Igloo - Broad Street Elementary uses old milk jugs to build a giant igloo, in which they feature a variety of books. The project, headed up by reading specialist Danielle Catabia, involved a school-wide effort as well as parent involvement. The result is a welcoming place where young learners can feel comfortable getting lost in a story.
- Career Programs for Students - The Career and Technology Education (CTE) programs offered at Nashua South High School allow students to gain hands-on experience shadowing and working with elementary schools in the area. The program helps high school students learn valuable skills that help prepare them to enter a range of programs in college.
Nashua 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: Understanding Rhetoric: Ethos, Logos, and Pathos
Letters, speeches, essays, and stories that survive the test of time all have one thing in common: memorable, effective rhetoric. This is an important skill to develop, and can make all the difference in a college admission, job application, or query letter. Whether the words are ultimately written or spoken aloud, there are a variety of techniques that can be used to strengthen those words. Three of the most effective ways to strengthen a message are ethos, logos, and pathos – also known as rhetorical appeals.Ethos involves the insertion of an ideal, or commonly agreed upon belief. This could be as simple as a celebrity endorsing a product, or a corporation sponsoring a particular venue. It is based on the idea that what is being said is correct, because it has support. Logos, on the other hand, is based purely on logic. Inserting logos into an essay or speech might mean adding statistical data, charts, graphs, or historical events. Finally, pathos seeks to draw an emotional response from the reader or listener. A strong writer will use all three of these elements, without overloading on any individual appeal.