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4941 W Union Hills Dr
Glendale, AZ, 85308
United States

Curriculum

 

CURRICULUM

Scott Foresman Reading Street ELA

The curriculum builds early literacy skills with instruction that moves from listening to blending and decoding, and then using letter sounds to write and spell words. Phonemic Awareness is tied to phonics using manipulative and routines. Then, the phonics skill is applied to text. Reading Street develops readers and writers by inspiring students to work for mastery as teachers use differentiated materials to personalize instruction. Students are motivated to learn with engaging, interactive resources. They build knowledge with literature that developed their vocabulary and understanding. Reading Street's lesson plans are aligned to the Arizona State Standards for English Language Arts Grades K-6.

Envision Math

Daily Problem-based Interactive Math Learning followed Visual Learning Strategies deepen conceptual understanding by making meaningful connections fro students and delivering strong, sequential visual/verbal connections through the Visual Learning Bridge in every lesson. Ongoing Diagnosis and Intervention and daily Data-Driven Differentiation ensure the enVisionMATH provides every student the opportunity to succeed. Envision Math is aligned to the Arizona State Standards for Math for Grades K-6.

Fundations by Wilson (Kinder - 1st grade)

Fundations® is a multisensory and systematic phonics, spelling, and handwriting program that benefits all K-3 students.  It also includes a supplementary activity set for Pre-K students. Fundations is designed as a whole-class, general education program. 

Informed by an extensive research base and following principles of instruction demonstrating success for a wide variety of learners, key features include:

  • Thoroughly teaches the foundational skills, and significantly supports the reading, writing, and language standards, found in states’ rigorous college- and career-ready standards.

  • Presents the following concepts and skills in a cumulative manner from Unit to Unit and year to year:

    • Letter formation

    • Phonological and phonemic awareness

    • Sound mastery

    • Phonics, word study, and advanced word study

    • Irregular (trick) word instruction

    • Vocabulary

    • Fluency

    • Comprehension strategies

    • Written composition (spelling and handwriting)

  • Integrates skill instruction so that a daily lesson teaches and then reinforces corresponding skills.

  • Scaffolds learning while teaching all skills explicitly, sequentially, and systematically.

  • Actively engages students in learning through the use of multisensory techniques, such as when teaching students sounds, their representative letters, and words with spelling options.

  • Provides multiple opportunities for skills practice and application to build mastery.

  • Monitors student learning through formative assessment tools built into the program.

  • Includes comprehensive and teacher-friendly materials to facilitate teachers’ use of the program and promote student motivation.

  • Guides teachers on how to meet individual student needs by differentiating instruction.

  • Supports teachers through the online Wilson Learning Community, offering clear demonstrations of each teaching activity type used in the program.

  • Helps teachers achieve many of the requirements of state, local, and professional standards.

  • Encourages parental involvement through the use of the Fundations Home Support Packet.

Rozzy STEM, Science, and Social Studies Program

Using a unique approach based on jobs in science, social studies, and STEM fields, Rozzy is completely aligned to the Arizona State Standards for Social Studies and Science (including Arizona’s new science standards). Students are introduced to the real world in a hands on, exploratory approach. Even very young children are given the vocabulary, language, and skills to discuss the science concepts learned. Students complete the Science and Social Studies lessons in their regular classroom. One day per week of Enrichment classes is devoted to the STEM lessons.