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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Woodstock District Curriculum
The Mathematics curriculum is one that crosses into other languages easily. When the children are learning about statistics, they can include data that is collected in science class or in social studies. This continues as children enter high school where math and science is used to compare melting points of two chemicals on the periodic table. They can then take this information and write it as a fraction.
The Reading curriculum begins by teaching students the basics, such as reading from left to right and from top to bottom. Then children are taught to use clues to help them understand new words. By middle school, students learn about different tools to use for different types of writing, such as figurative writing. They also read stories that help them bring home the point, like “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." In high school, students have the opportunity to take college level classes where they read books like “The Joy Luck Club” and learn about the language and philosophy of the Chinese culture.
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Woodstock District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
By using the Virginia Standards of Learning, and a little creativity, educators are able to create a curriculum that challenges the students, yet gives them a chance to succeed. The district follows the standards created by the state, which also coincide with national learning expectations, preparing students for the expectations of post-secondary work and learning.
We currently cover the following Woodstock-area school district: Shenandoah County Public Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Woodstock Educational News
- Family, Career and Community Leaders of America - The FCCLA is an organization for students that are in Family and Consumer Sciences. It helps the students to grow personally and develop leadership skills. The students participate in the National FCCLA week, community service, state and national conferences, the Virginia State Fair and STAR competitions.
- Future Educators of America - FEA is organized for those that are interested in a career in education. Students in this club develop leadership skills and participate in community and school service projects. They also learn about the many career choices in education and the role that teachers have.
- Back Track Trails - Students that enjoy being outdoors will enjoy the Back Track Trails club. These students hike on trails, both local and national ones, geocach, raft, camp, fish and so on. Through these activities they learn to enjoy nature’s beauty.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: Common Core Standards
The National Governors’ Association sponsored Common Core State Standards development. They have a set of standards for language arts and math, which were introduced in 2010. Each set has anchor standards which help students prepare for college or a career. There are three important concepts in each grades standards: The standards stay the same each year, none of the standards can be mastered in one year and the expectations for progress in the student builds each year. Each year, students learn critical thinking skills, speaking and listening skills, comprehension and collaboration, as well as presentation of knowledge and ideas.