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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Steinbach District Curriculum
The Language Arts curriculum teaches reading so that students are equally skilled at understanding fiction and non-fiction. Students learn how to recognize the purpose of each text, and how to use text features and context to understand words and meaning. Students learn about craft and structure of literature as well. They analyze specific passages of text to determine how they contribute to the development of characters and theme.
Within the Language Arts curriculum, writing is particularly important because it teaches students a range of ways to express themselves. Young students begin writing mainly through creative self-expression and begin to use writing to explain their thoughts about what they are learning. Explanatory and informative writing is also emphasized. Students learn how to develop a topic by defining it and clarifying it through the use of classification, comparison, or contrast. Students acquire the ability to use domain-specific language to explain the topic as well.
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Steinbach District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Hanover School Division uses the curriculum developed by Manitoba Education and which lays out a series of clear objectives in all the subjects that students take. The elementary years are given over to establishing a foundation and then students progress to more complex content as they move on. The subjects adhere to its major themes and bring in overarching questions and benchmarks that incorporate the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills. By doing so, students are prepared for post-secondary life with a solid foundation and the ability to think independently about what they are learning.
We currently cover the following Steinbach-area school district: Hanover School Division.
Keeping Informed: Recent Steinbach Educational News
- Community Consultations - The district works with families and students to understand how the school experience is working, what needs improvement, and where there have been areas of success. Throughout the year, they hold Community Consultations that address specific topics such as the transition to high school, or college planning topics, to both help families and gain from their wisdom.
- Vocational Education Projects - The community is able to get involved with the schools through the Vocational Education Projects which allow area businesses and organizations that chance to bring aboard students who are interested in having professional experiences in the given field. The district welcomes new ideas for this program throughout the year.
- Volunteer Opportunities - One way to support the schools is to volunteer in the classroom or with extracurricular activities. The more community members who are able to supervise these activities allows students access to greater opportunities and the chance to connect their education to areas of real interest.
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Chalk Talk: After-School Activities and Extra Curriculars
After-school and extracurricular activities are part of the fabric of American schools. They help students learn important skills and make friends. Many people think of sports first, but there is a wide array of extracurricular activities that cater to the interests of all students. There are clubs and quiz bowl teams that are connected with particular content areas or academics in general, art and drama clubs, bands and choruses, organizations that stand for something in particular, etc. Schools often offer after-school tutoring for content areas, state standardized exams, and the SAT. There may be unique enrichment programs that allow young students to practice skills such as cooking and working with robotics. Even students in after-school care programs are exposed to play. If shy students are reluctant to be involved, parents should work with them to identify one thing that really interests them.