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Quesnel District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Quesnel School District No. 28 is located in central British Columbia. The district is home to a total of 15 schools: 13 elementary schools (K-7) and two secondary schools. Quesnel Junior School transformed into a school with grades 8 and 9; it was previously Quesnel Secondary School and contained grades 8-12. Quesnel Junior School, which has a total of 430 students, has a rich history, educating Quesnel residents for over 50 years. The district is also home to an alternative school for secondary students and a Distributed Learning program. The schools also have a strong Aboriginal Education component that connects students with a variety of school and community-based learning opportunities.
We currently cover the following Quesnel-area school district: Quesnel School District No. 28.
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Quesnel 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.
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Our educators have graduated from top academic institutions, and many of them have achieved in the 90th percentile or higher on standardized tests. Equally importantly, they enjoy coaching students across a variety of subject areas and standardized tests
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Quesnel District Curriculum
Quesnel School District No. 28—along with all schools in the province—is in the process of implementing a new college and career preparatory curriculum. The curriculum is changing to reflect trends in learning and help students to focus on learning in greater depth. The curriculum will also emphasize proficiency in the foundational skills students learn in each subject area as well as develop critical thinking and communication skills. The assessment will be updated so it is relevant for the new curriculum.
While the new curriculum will ensure that essential elements of learning are applied consistently, individual teachers will have freedom and will have the ability to personalize learning and differentiate instruction to meet the diverse needs of each their students. Each content area will have a set of core competencies, and Aboriginal content—important learning for students in BC and all of Canada—will continue to be embedded. The new curriculum will be fully and officially implemented in grades K-9 by the 2016-17 school year and in grades 10-12 by 2017-18.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Quesnel Educational News
- Correlieu Secondary School Choir Participates in Singfest - Prior to the holiday season, Correlieu Secondary School’s choir took part in District 57’s city-wide Christmas Nights of Music presented by the Singfest Committee. The singers from Correlieu served as examples for the younger singers from the 11 elementary schools that also partook in the event.
- Correlieu Secondary School Students Vote - Students at Correlieu Secondary School had the opportunity to vote in a Conservative Member of Parliament in an election. Todd Doherty received the most votes with 125. The three candidates with the most votes were the only ones to attend an all-candidates forum at the school.
- Quesnel Junior School Stresses Positive Approach to Anti-Bullying - Quesnel Junior School recently held a whole-school assembly—sponsored by the BC Lions—that emphasized the importance of students being positive bystanders when they witness an act of bullying. Several strategies that can help students stand up to bullying were shared, including standing next to the individual who is being bullied and speaking to a friend who is being a bully about why his/her behavior is concerning.
Chalk Talk: The Long ‘E’ Sound
The long ‘E’ sound is one of the vowel sounds students are introduced to at the primary grade levels. Students can distinguish this from the short ‘E’ by learning that the long ‘E’ sounds exactly like how they would say the name of the letter “E.” The long ‘E’ sound is usually formed by a combination of two vowels together. Words with “ee,” such as bee and queen make this sound. Many words with “ie,” such as chief and field, also make this sound. This is because, with certain vowel combinations, the first vowel remains silent. When an ‘E’ occurs at the end of a syllable, such as in me and area, it is a long vowel. When ‘Y’ acts as a vowel, as in baby, it can sometimes sound like a long ‘E.’ The digraph “ea” is an interesting case because it sometimes makes a short ‘E’ sound and sometimes makes a long ‘E’ sound. Words such as bead, leak, and treat contain a long ‘E’ sound.