Year: 2021

Mathematics in the Singapuri way

A humanistic view of the well-forgotten old method of teaching a hateful subject in a clear and interesting way — salutatorian. Since the fifth grade, I had a sticker on my forehead: “Backward,” visible only to the math teachers. This magic note sent them a signal that, when translated from paper to Russian, would sound […]

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FIRST GRADE READING SKILLS | SIGHT WORDS

Sight words for 1st grade make up 50-75% of the books your child will begin reading. Children who can recognize sight words quickly will strengthen their reading fluency and comprehension. When children can read sight words effortlessly, they can spend their energy on sounding out more difficult words or understanding the story’s meaning.   Sight […]

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WHAT IS THE SHSAT?

The SHSAT is a test used in New York City to determine which students will be accepted to specialized high schools located in The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and Staten Island. Who Takes the SHSAT? Students who are in 8th or 9th grade can opt to test and apply to specialized high schools in New […]

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Salutatorian

There are lots of reasons to work hard in high school: you gain important knowledge and skills, your grades help you get into great universities, and your dedication can even earn you scholarship money for tuition!    But your hard work can also help you become valedictorian or salutatorian, which are awards given to the top two students in […]

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New math method

British education today is New math method one of the most interesting in the world. It organically intertwines tradition and modernity. The advantages of the British educational system: high quality, respectful attitude to learning, comprehensiveness of the educational process and its diversity. From modern tendencies: training of independent and analytical thinking, fast application of knowledge […]

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