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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the New Bedford District Curriculum

By the 7th grade, students should be able to identify more than one central idea in a text and to cite several pieces of evidence to support their interpretation of a text. They should be able to trace how a writer develops and relates the main ideas in a text and to sum up these ideas succinctly. They should be able to explain how people, ideas, and events are interrelated both in discussion and in writing. They should be able to figure out the connotative meanings of words on the basis of their context.

In the writing curriculum, by grade 7, students are required to write essays that focus on and support clear arguments supported by reasonable evidence, and to organize and conclude their arguments by using transitional words and phrases that lend coherence to their arguments. They should be able to use language appropriate to a formal essay style. They should also be able to write for a variety of other purposes (informational, expository, persuasive and creative), and to select appropriate evidence to illustrate and explain their ideas.

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New Bedford District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The schools in New Bedford follow a curriculum that uses standards as a measure of progress at attaining proficiency within each subject. The standards follow Common Core Standards expectations and are assessed by the statewide MCAS tests. Literacy and math are focused on for their role in supporting learning in other subject areas. Students develop various skills beyond their core learning that make a successful future more likely, including appreciation for diversity, collaboration, accountability, and integrity.

We currently cover the following New Bedford-area school district: New Bedford Public Schools.

Keeping Informed: Recent New Bedford Educational News

  • New Bedford Global Learning Charter School - The school will join a national network of schools funded by the Gates Foundation to promote a 21st century curriculum which focuses on core academics and emphasizes the integrated learning areas of science, technology, engineering and math.
  • K-2 Literacy Initiative - The district website has a robust set of resources to help early literacy development at home. There are videos to help teach parents in their role as teachers, articles on current research, links to engaging resources for kids and many more options.
  • New Charter School - The State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education has approved the City on a Hill Charter Public School in New Bedford to enroll students in grade 9 in 2014; each succeeding year a new grade level will open to students, and by the 2017-2018 school year, the district plans to enroll 280 students in grades 9-12.

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My name is Michelle O. and I am a certified Calculus Tutor from Bloomington,

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Chalk Talk: Memorization Strategies

On average, about 25% of your grades depend on how well you do on tests. And how well you do on tests always depends, at least in part, on how well you memorize information. The good news is that there are some very effective strategies you can use to improve your memory. Another strategy is called the pegword method, which you can use to remember information that involves numbers or the order of things. In this method, numbers are matched with items that rhyme (one, sun; two, shoe; three, tree, and so on), and then associating the information with the item and the number. For example, if you have to remember the names of the third President of the United States, you would take the image of a tree and picture Thomas Jefferson sitting under a tree.


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