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Warren, Rhode Island Tutoring Programs

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Warren District and Curriculum

The Bristol Warren Regional School District uses Common Core Standards for Math and Language Arts and state-developed grade-level expectations to frame learning in other core subjects. The emphasis on Math and Language Arts is to help students develop problem-solving strategies used in other courses like science and technology, and critical reading skills that can be applied in all subjects.

We currently cover the following Warren-area school district: Bristol Warren Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Warren District Curriculum

The curriculum was formed with many goals in mind, and put together so that student learning progresses from the earliest years to high school by skill and knowledge building. In early math, students are introduced to shapes, spatial relations, patterning, and ways to manipulate numbers that prepare them for more advanced concepts in the subject. By high school, students can take courses like calculus or statistics that introduce students to ways in which math is used.

The Language Arts curriculum is built around reading, writing, communication, research skills and media studies. Reading comprehension is taught in all types of literature from editorials to poetry and students develop different types of analytic and interpretation skills. Research skills, including the use of technological resources in conducting research, is taught with an eye to helping students develop tools to evaluate the quality of resources. Students are also taught to recognize perspective and author’s intent.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Warren Educational News

  • Student Activities - For students at Mt. Hope High School, the list of extracurricular activities offers up something for any interest. There are groups for students with artistic talents, those dedicated to community outreach and cultural issues, student government, and academic competitions.
  • Bristol Warren Education Foundation - The Bristol Warren Education Foundation is a charitable organization that raises funds to support grants for teachers and learning opportunities for students. Anyone in the community can volunteer either in planning for events, or work on a committee that oversees the distribution of funds, or even by attending the events.
  • Interactive Calendar - To keep up with events at the high school, the district is now providing an interactive, and regularly updated, calendar. All types of extracurriculars, sporting events, competitions and fund-raisers are listed, as well as academic information like test dates.

Warren 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: What Is the Writing Workshop?

The term "writing workshop" is used to describe a particular way to teach writing. Students are instructed in writing as a process that they work through, often in collaboration with others. They are taught how to prepare an essay or story, ways to brainstorm and outline their writing, then write, revise and edit each piece of writing until a final draft is finally ready. The goal is to increase the level of self-reflection, organization and focus, use of vocabulary and grammar, and to recognize that all these different parts make up a well-written piece. Students can often collaborate with peers on the editing stage, and also share ideas about creative writing or what might support a point in a persuasive essay. The workshop model offers a lot of creativity for teachers while providing all students with the same elements of process.

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