Physical Education - The unique objective of Physical Education is to help the child acquire knowledge, skills, and positive attitudes in the importance of being physically active.
Social Studies - The items of the middle school Social Studies program is reviewing the world from different perspectives. Math instruction will reflect concrete hands-on experience, thinking skills, meaningful practice activities, and pertinent problem solving experience appropriate for the individual student.
There are two levels of language arts offered in grades seven and eight - accelerated and academic.
Music — The ultimate goal of music education is to give all children the opportunities to develop an appreciation of music. The visual arts are important to the student because they involve him in perceiving the world, reacting to things seen and felt, and interpreting these reactions emotions, feelings and insights through a variety of visual materials.
Mathematics - The purpose of mathematics instruction is to equip students with the math skills necessary to solve problems in real life situations, to develop confidence in their ability to use math and to develop a favorable attitude toward mathematics.
The type of study is based on the inquiry method of learning with laboratory experiences. The curriculum and instructional strategies reflect developmentally appropriate practices and identify specific performance outcomes that children should attain.
This enables students to participate in musical performance, better appreciate music as active listeners and create music of their own through a sequence of learning experiences.
In grade six all students are heterogeneously grouped in the academic level. As a result of experiences in art courses, students will know themselves better than before, and be more confident in their abilities to know, produce, and appreciate art.
General topics by grade include: Investigative, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills develop a common thread in all areas of the middle school science program. Health and sex education topics will also be discussed in the classroom.
Language Arts — Middle School language arts is an integrated program of reading and writing, speaking, for listening, viewing and thinking with a focus on literacy that is supported by all the other disciplines.
Knowledge is acquired, skills are developed, and democratic principles are fostered through study of a broad-based curriculum. Earth, Life, and Physical science concepts are covered at each grade level. Activities will include singing, moving to music, reading music and listening skills.ESV Pew Bible (Black) [ESV Bibles Pathways 4: Listening, Speaking, & Critical Thinking (Pathways: Listening, Speaking, & Critical Thinking) Paul MacIntyre.
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Required Textbook: Pathways 3 Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking by Mari Vargo and Laurie Blass, National Geographic Learning, 2nd Edition, ISBN Units will be covered in Fall Curriculum. The Pathways Academy curriculum has been established to fully support the State of Connecticut standards for Grades 6, 7, and 8.
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In this article, Finely talks about how critical thinking has become a "buzz phrase" associated more and more with Common Core.
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