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Reading, Pennsylvania Tutoring Programs

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Reading District and Curriculum

The Core Curriculum State Standards recently adopted in Pennsylvania provide a framework for the curriculum in Reading School District. This curriculum has been designed to be standards-based, meaning that identifiable objectives for learning are clearly stated for each grade-level in each subject. The curriculum also aims to prepare students for college and career and was developed in collaboration with professionals outside of the educational system so students are prepared to meet future expectations.

We currently cover the following Reading-area school district: Reading School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Reading District Curriculum

Overall goals have been set for English/Language Arts; Mathematics, and Science. In English/Language Arts, students are expected to develop skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening, taught consistently in all schools. This is of particular importance in a district where many students speak another language than English as their first language. Literacy skills are taught so that student learning is supported in all curricular areas.

The Reading School District has focused upon ways to foster trust and relationships between students while they strengthen old skills and develop new ones. For example, young students who learn to complete sentences with new key vocabulary in English will later write paragraphs in a connected, logical story, and create a framework to use as an outline for papers and articles of their own. Students develop process-oriented skills they will be able to use throughout life.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Reading Educational News

  • Teen Spearheads Warm Coat Drive - Local students who need winter coats will have them, because one student started a program to collect and donate them. He contacted local businesses in the area, set up plans to distribute the coats, and occasionally gets to meet the students who receive them. He started collecting coats for to give to the school where his mom works, and now gets enough coats to help those who go to school in Reading.
  • High School Students Film Inspiring Movie - Students and teachers at a Reading high school pooled their talents to write, create, and film the story of a man who grew up in Europe during World War II, and was imprisoned by Hitler. They combined history, art, and music to produce a film from the beginning stages, and it was shown at the Reading Arts Center in April. It is a powerful movie and should play in many other theaters.
  • Swimmers Capture Titles, Raise Funds - High school swimmers at a county wide Reading School District swim meet held by won many exciting titles during the competition. For many, it was the first time students from their swim teams placed in tournaments. People came from all over Berks County to cheer their students --- and to donate funds to help Special Olympics.

Reading 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: The Importance of Tutoring for English Language Learners

Parents of students in many school districts face special problems when English is not their first language. Their children are learning to read, write, and do math in an unfamiliar culture, and face unique barriers with the alphabet soup of testing. Finding an academic tutor that can help connect the language learning with the content learning may be the exact resource that will help a child translate their knowledge effectively. Tutors can also help the students with the skills they need to face a new culture.

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