Sixth through Eighth Grade: The middle school curriculum is standard aligned and student-centered. Our team of teachers is focused and driven to ensure that class content is rigorous, standards-aligned, and differentiated to student’s levels. Islam is the foundation of all classes. Our teaching method and approach create no separation between Religion and class content, blending the Sunnah and Islamic Studies into each subject. Our goal is to shape and guide the students both academically and religiously thus, creating students that have a solid foundation in Islam and strong academic skills. Our students are being prepared to enter their high school and future college endeavors.
All of our classes are standard aligned. Please see the link below that will show the standards for each grade level.
In addition to the textbooks, students have access to digital versions of all textbooks through the online eLearning component of my HRW. eLearning on myHRW connects the students to online editions and a variety of eLearning resources that allow for homework and extension activities to be completed online.
These books will be used as a resource for the integrated curriculum. In addition to the textbooks used in class, students have access to digital versions of all textbooks through the online eLearning component of my HRW, which allows the students to complete homework on MyHRW which connects you and your students to Online Editions and exciting eLearning resources which allow for homework and extension activities to be completed online at home.
Grade 6-8 Collections Text Book
The Collections Series by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt helps us to develop student abilities to analyze complex texts, determine evidence, reason critically, and communicate thoughtfully, Collections—the nation’s leading ELA program for Grades 6–12—provides a multi-faceted digital and print approach that transcends the traditional anthology and resonates with today’s students.
PROGRAM OVERVIEW Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s GO Math!® Middle School Grades 6–8 integrates the Standards for Mathematical practices along with conceptual fluency to foster the development of 21st-century skills. The program provides rigor, depth of understanding through interactive lessons, research-based instructional approaches, best practices, English learner support, and differentiated instructional
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s GO Math! Middle School Grades 6–8 is a focused, middle school mathematics program designed to meet the objectives and intent of the National Standards for Mathematics. The program provides thorough coverage of the standards with an emphasis on the depth of instruction. The program is designed to provide coherent and focused progressions across the grades. Particular attention was given to providing support for teachers as they deliver this focused, rigorous curriculum. Students and teachers are supported by the program’s unique, write-in, interactive Student Editions at every grade, which allow students to represent, solve, and explain in one place, and by the features of the fully integrated Go Digital! resources, which harness the power of technology to support students’ deep mathematical learning.
HMH Player®, GO Math®, and Personal Math Trainer® and design are trademarks or registered trademarks of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
ScienceFusion is a state-of-the-art science program designed for building inquiry and STEM skills and optimized for learning in the classroom. The digital curriculum, virtual labs, hands-on activities, and write-in science textbook develop important critical-thinking skills that prepare students for success in future science courses and in the workplace.
ScienceFusion® is a registered trademark of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
In partnership with a leading provider of dynamic social studies curricula, Into Social Studies captivates K-6 students with vibrant magazines and hands-on activities that transform every classroom into a world stage. Through an engaging, flexible curriculum that marries nonfiction content with literacy goals, students develop the strong contextual foundations they need to build knowledge and find their place in the world.
Magazines strengthen students’ critical reading and writing skills to support them as they develop into global thinkers and empowered learners.
Students experience growth in their understanding and learning through lessons designed to invite discourse and foster community engagement.
When students are given the chance to think and act like historians, they develop the active analytical skills they’ll need to succeed in college, career, and civic life. Social Studies explores the past and present, inviting learners to tackle challenging questions about our global community while providing teachers with the tools they need to meet new academic standards with limited class time.