Foundational to every student’s success is the ability to read, write and communicate effectively. The English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum is designed to produce highly literate students who are proficient readers and strong writers. Students who master the ELA curriculum are prepared to read for deep understanding and to effectively communicate ideas and information through writing and speaking. They are also taught to listen actively and critically to generate new ideas based on what they encounter both inside and outside the classroom.
While reading and writing are basic to the English Language Arts program, listening skills receive important focus in our program.
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