Curriculum


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Teach your children four things;

  1. Character

  2. Honor God. What can I do today to honor the Lord? How can I further His glory in my words and by my actions? Love the LORD your God with your whole heart, mind, soul, and body. How can I honor Him with my entire being? What special service can I offer Him today?

    Accept the grace and forgiveness offered through the blood of Jesus on the cross. Have I asked Jesus to be my savior not my judge?

    Honor yourself and others. I am a created being in the image of God. I have the Spirit of Almighty God living inside me. Today, how to use my God given gifts and talents to mold my life to bless and influence others for God’s glory and advance His kingdom?

    Love yourself and your neighbor. First accept and forgive yourself. How can I demonstrate interest in others? Ideas: Smile, be friendly, be courteous, remember people’s names, show appreciation, pay attention when people speak, and give credit. Honor others as God’s creation, fearfully and wonderfully made and talented.

    Seek truth and wisdom. Question opinions. Look for objective truth. Live through upright judgment, resolve, and moral convictions.

    Serve God in everything. Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God—this is your spiritual act of worship. Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. (Rom. 12:1-2)

    Respect others, yourself, and property. Esteem and honor. Say kind things about yourself and others. Use things and property properly.

  3. Communication Skills

  4. Understand oral communication. Ask and answer questions with simple and complex sentences. Listen to stories and information and identify important details and concepts using verbal and nonverbal responses. Ask instructional questions with some supporting elements.

    Understand written communication. Recognize sound/symbol relationships and basic word formation rule. Apply knowledge of English phonemes in oral and silent reading to derive meaning from literature and texts in content areas.

    Respond to oral communication. Answer instructional questions with supporting elements. Develop a clear thesis and support it by using analogies, quotations, and facts appropriately.

    Write a multi-paragraph essay with consistent use of standard grammatical form and spelling.

    Respond to written communication. Answer comprehension questions with supporting elements. Develop a clear thesis and support it by using analogies, quotations, and facts appropriately.

    Write a multi-paragraph essay with consistent use of standard grammatical form and spelling.

    Interpret oral communication. Answer instructional questions with supporting elements and explain the validity of text. Demonstrate understanding of idiomatic expressions by responding to expressions and using them appropriately.

    Interpret written communication. Read narrative and expository texts aloud with correct pacing, intonation, and expression. Answer comprehension questions with supporting elements and explain the
    validity of the text.

  5. Calculation Abilities

  6. Number sense: Correspond numeral to objects, greater than, less than, bigger, taller, smaller.

    Sequencing: First, next, last…

    Time: Reading standard clock and digital clock, calendar, days, months, year

    Money: Identifying dollars and cents, coins, change.

    Addition/Subtraction: Memorizing and using facts.

    Multiplication/Division: Memorizing and using facts.

    Fractions: Matching, ordering, identifying, and computing with fractions.

    Computing a fraction to decimal.

    Percents: Matching, ordering, identifying, and computing with decimals.

    Computing a decimal to fraction.

    Budgets: Completing a budget

    Algebra: Operations with real numbers; linear equations and inequalities; relations and functions; graphing linear equations and inequalities; polynomials; algebraic fractions, quadratic, cubic, and radical equations; mathematical reasoning and problem solving.

    Further Math: As student need to complete his individual educational program.

  7. Having Pride

  8. Having good pride about your accomplishments, looks, gifts, and talents.

    Having bad pride about being better than another, “I’m right. Your wrong,” “You can’t treat me like that.”

One Response to Curriculum

  1. gay garris-leviett says:

    I love the rules of this type of teachings,which I would love for our daughter Jona, to be part of this Educational learning.Thank you for your time and May God bless all of you for your Hard work and dedication you perceive.

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