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Écrit par Bernard Appy   
Mercredi, 23 Mars 2016 00:00

Maths Explicites CM2

Hachette Éducation
2016


Acheter le manuel

 

En ces temps d’offensive constructiviste sur l’enseignement explicite, il est réconfortant de trouver le moyen de revenir à un peu plus de compatibilité avec l’authentique démarche explicite.

C’est ce que nous propose une récente parution chez Hachette Éducation : Maths Explicites CM2, qui est de surcroît conforme aux nouveaux programmes. Mais, une fois de plus, je n'en ai pas reçu de spécimen : je me contenterai donc de ce que je peux en voir sur le site d'Hachette Édition.

Un premier manuel de la collection est paru en 2015 : Maths Explicites CM1.

J’avais émis quelques critiques portant sur des éléments peu compatibles avec la démarche explicite. Notamment le départ de chaque leçon par un “Découvrons ensemble”, en rappelant que la démarche par découverte est une démarche constructiviste. Je note donc avec satisfaction que désormais, dans le manuel CM2, la leçon débute par un “Apprenons ensemble” qui correspond mieux à la démarche explicite.

Les auteurs exposent clairement – et correctement - ce qu’est la pédagogie explicite dans l’avant-propos du manuel :

La pédagogie explicite est une méthode fondée sur la transmission directe des connaissances et des savoir-faire par l’enseignant aux élèves. Elle met en application les principes suivants :
- exposer de façon explicite les apprentissages, c’est-à-dire présenter en détail toutes les stratégies attendues  (les étapes du raisonnement) et expliquer tout ce qui peut l’être ;
- procéder de manière structurée et progressive, du plus simple au plus complexe, pour viser une bonne compréhension : procéder pas à pas, ne passer à la notion suivante que quand la précédente est acquise, faire faire de nombreux exercices, donner un nombre limité de nouvelles informations afin d’éviter toute surcharge cognitive, apporter une correction immédiate dans le cas d’une incompréhension ou d’une stratégie erronée ;
- pratiquer la répétition pour viser la mémorisation à long terme  avec des révisions régulières sur toute l’année ;
- valoriser les efforts et les stratégies  pour amener l’élève à réussir.
Au quotidien, dans la classe, cela se traduit par un enseignement très structuré. L’enseignant accompagne l’élève dans ses apprentissages. Il l’aide à construire son savoir grâce à des retours sur apprentissage fréquents. Il lui donne des clés pour réussir, ce qui lui permet de renforcer sa confiance en soi et sa motivation.

À propos du manuel, les auteurs explique que « chaque domaine mathématique est constitué d’une succession de leçons et chaque leçon présente une seule compétence. Celle-ci est analysée et décomposée en plusieurs sous-compétences qui sont abordées,  logiquement, de la plus simple à la plus complexe. Toutes les leçons  suivent  le  même  plan qui permet de mettre en œuvre les différentes étapes de la pédagogie explicite : « Apprenons ensemble », c’est la phase d’explicitation en collectif à l’oral. Cette phase est fondée sur le principe des « exemples travaillés », que l’enseignant résout devant ses élèves en explicitant son raisonnement ; « Entraînons-nous », c’est la phase de pratique  guidée, à  chaque sous-compétence de la leçon correspond au moins un exercice ; « J’apprends / J’ai compris », c’est la phase d’objectivation ; la synthèse de la leçon est présentée en deux points bien distincts, d’une part, le savoir qui est à apprendre (« J’apprends ») et, d’autre part, le savoir-faire qui est à mettre en pratique dans les exercices (« J’ai compris ») ; « Je travaille seul(e) » et « Je vais plus loin », c’est la phase de pratique autonome, elle comporte de nombreux exercices et problèmes dont la difficulté est repérée par un nombre d’étoiles ». Rien à redire…

Par contre, je reste critique sur ce que les auteurs appellent les Énigmathiques, « qui présentent des situations mathématiques complexes scénarisées de façon ludique, afin de réinvestir les notions abordées dans le manuel. » Je pense que, dans le cadre d’un enseignement explicite, on peut se passer de l’argument ludique. Le plaisir des élèves se trouve dans le fait de surmonter les difficultés. La réussite dans l’apprentissage de connaissances et d’habiletés qu’on ne maîtrisait pas jusqu’alors apporte beaucoup de satisfaction aux élèves et renforce considérablement leur estime de soi. Ce qui est primordial. Nul besoin, selon moi, de recourir à des jeux (qui sont l’artifice de base des pratiques constructivistes).

Ce qui est bien aussi, c’est l’adjonction au manuel d’un cahier d’exercices, dans lequel l’enseignant pourra piocher pour consolider les acquis en pratique autonome. La collection comptera enfin un guide pédagogique, ce qui est toujours utile, pour les débutants comme parfois pour les confirmés.

Il ne reste dès lors plus qu’à tester le manuel en classe. Tant il est vrai qu’il faut utiliser un manuel avec ses élèves pour savoir ce qu’il vaut vraiment

 

Autres produits (mis à jour le 28/11/2016) :

Cahier élève
2016

Guide pédagogique
2016

 
Hachette : Maths Explicites CM1 Imprimer Envoyer
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Écrit par Bernard Appy   
Vendredi, 03 Avril 2015 00:00

Maths Explicites CM1

Hachette Éducation
2015


Acheter le manuel

 

La “pédagogie explicite” a fait cette année son apparition chez Hachette dans le catalogue Écoles 2015, avec une nouvelle collection : Maths explicites.

Faute d'avoir reçu, comme webmestre de Form@PEx un spécimen du manuel du CM1, je me suis donc contenté de consulter les pages 32 à 35 du catalogue.

La présentation des leçons semble tout à fait classique, avec le découpage habituellement utilisé dans tous les manuels. Y compris la partie intitulée “Découvrons ensemble” qui débute chaque leçon ! Malheureusement, cette façon d’aborder les notions n’a rien d’explicite. La pédagogie où on “découvre” est celle des constructivistes. Mes craintes sont confirmées avec l'apparition, pour chaque période, d'une double page de jeux, baptisés “Énigmathiques”. Or, chacun sait que l'approche ludique est un classique des démarches constructivistes. Aïe !

Il est vrai que nombreux sont ceux qui, en matière pédagogique, sont partisans de “mélanger les méthodes”. En croyant prendre le meilleur de chacune. Le problème, c'est qu'il y a des méthodes réputées efficaces, basées sur les données probantes, comme la Pédagogie Explicite, et d'autres méthodes moins efficaces ou inefficaces voire nocives, basées sur des croyances ou une idéologie, comme les démarches soi-disant “actives”. Pourquoi alors mélanger ce qui marche avec ce qui ne marche pas ? Pourquoi ne pas faire directement et seulement ce qui marche ?

Ceci dit, je ne doute pas que les responsables de la collection Maths explicites corrigeront ce défaut dans une prochaine édition. Et pour une fois qu'un grand éditeur fait un effort en direction de l'Enseignement Explicite, il nous faut faire preuve de bienveillance.

 

Autres produits (mis à jour le 28/11/2016) :

Cahier d'exercices
2015

Manuel élève
2016

Guide pédagogique
2016

Cahier élève
2016

 
Méthodes d'apprentissage de la lecture Imprimer Envoyer
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Écrit par Form@PEx   
Dimanche, 17 Novembre 2013 00:00

Méthodes d'apprentissage de la lecture

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Lecture

Form@PEx : Nous recommandons les méthodes suivantes pour un enseignement explicite de la lecture.

 

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Quelques outils du Core Knowledge

 

Core Knowledge

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Livre

What is Core Knowledge?
Caddie

An Idea...
that academic excellence can only be built on a solid, coherent curriculum.
A Guide...
that outlines specific content, taking children grade by grade through the accumulated knowledge that has formed our culture.
A School Reform Movement...
that is inspiring educators to teach important content and critical skills coordinated within grade levels, across districts, and with hundreds of other Core Knowledge schools across the country.

About the Core Knowledge Foundation
Dedicated to excellence and fairness in early education, the Core Knowledge Foundation is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1986 by E. D. Hirsch, Jr., professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and author of many acclaimed books including Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know and The Schools We Need and Why We Don't Have Them. The Foundation conducts research on curricula, develops books and other materials for parents and teachers, offers workshops for teachers, hosts an annual national conference, and serves as the hub of a growing network of Core Knowledge schools.


Core Knowledge Foundation
801 East High Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902

Informational DVD



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Core Knowledge Sequence
Caddie
THE CORE KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION, established in 1986, is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to excellence and fairness in early education. The Foundation conducts research on educational issues and ideas; develops books and other materials for teachers, parents, and children; provides training and support for educators implementing the Core Knowledge Sequence; and serves as the hub of a growing national network of Core Knowledge schools.
Knowledge Builds on Knowledge
“Core Knowledge at a Glance” provides an overview of major topic headings in the Core Knowledge Sequence, allowing you to see how topics in the Sequence build from one grade to another.
For example, in fifth grade World History, study of the Renaissance builds on earlier studies of ancient Greece (sec¬ond grade), ancient Rome (third grade), and the Middle Ages (fourth grade). Or, in Science, the basic concept of the atom, introduced in first grade, leads by fifth grade to an understanding of how atomic properties are organized in the Periodic Table.
Grade-by-grade sequencing of topics is important because it gives teachers some assurance that children will come prepared with a shared core of knowledge and skills, and because children learn more effectively when instruction follows the basic psychological principle that we learn new knowledge by building on what we already know.
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Core Knowledge Preschool Sequence
Caddie

THE CORE KNOWLEDGE PRESCHOOL SEQUENCE provides a detailed outline of knowledge and competencies young children need in order to build a solid, coherent foundation for later learning. The Preschool Sequence guidelines specifically address five dimensions of readiness:
Motor Skills
• Movement and Coordination
Social Skills
• Autonomy and Social Skills
Approaches to Learning
• Work Habits
Language Skills
• Oral Language
• Nursery Rhymes, Poems, Fingerplays and Songs
• Storybook Reading and Storytelling
• Emerging Literacy Skills in Reading and Writing
Cognitive Development
• Mathematical Reasoning and Number Sense
• Orientation in Time and Space
• Scientific Reasoning and the Physical World
• Music
• Visual Arts

WHY PRESCHOOL?
« We used to think that people were bom with a fixed amount of brain power. Now we know that the right kind of stimulation in the early years dramatically affects a child's intellectual capacity... If we are convinced that preschools are important for the development of young children - and I think they are - we need to begin rethinking our ideas about preschool education. »
- Albert Shanker, Past President, American Federation of Teachers, New York Times (11/3/96)
« A good, academically focused preschool can overcome the egregious academic differences that currently develop between social classes in American schools. »
- E. D. Hirsch, Jr., The Schools We Need (1996)

THE CORE KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION, established in 1986, is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to excellence and fairness in early education. The Foundation conducts research on educational issues and ideas; develops books and other materials for teachers, parents, and children; provides training and support for educators implementing the Core Knowledge Sequence; and serves as the hub of a growing national network of Core Knowledge schools.


Livre
Équivalent : PS / MS


What Your Preschooler Needs to Know
Preparing Your Child for a Lifetime of Learning and Wonder
Caddie

Designed for parents to enjoy with children, filled with opportunities for reading aloud and fostering curiosity, this beautifully illustrated read-aloud anthology offers preschoolers the fundamentals they need to prepare for a happy, productive time in school — and for the rest of their lives. Millions of children have benefited from the acclaimed Core Knowledge Series, developed in consultation with parents, educators, and the most distinguished developmental psychologists. In addition to valuable advice to parents, including what it means for a child to be ready for kindergarten, special sidebars throughout the book help parents make reading aloud fun and interactive, suggesting questions to ask, connections to make, and games to play to enrich their preschooler's learning experience. Discover:
Favorite Poems and Rhymes — all beautifully illustrated. Read and recite together — from Robert Louis Stevenson's poem “At the Seaside” to limericks by Edward Lear and tongue twisters by Jack Prelutsky, plus fun “clap along!” and “fingerplay” verses that parents and children can act out together.
Beloved Stories and Fables — read aloud from stories like “The Three Little Pigs” and the African folktale “Why Flies Buzz” — and open whole new worlds of learning and discovery.
Visual Arts — help your child appreciate and talk about art. Beautiful full-color reproductions of great works of art will foster early appreciation of art history while igniting discussions about shapes, colors, and different styles and media.
Music — dozens of songs to sing and dance to, including “move around” songs like “Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes” and “The Wheels on the Bus”
History — a delightful introduction to American history — from the first Thanks¬giving to Martin Luther King, Jr., — with activities and stories parents and children can enjoy together
Science — from the wonder of animals to exploring physical properties of light, air, and water — fun activities that will let children observe, experience, and enjoy the natural world.


Livre
Équivalent : GS

What Your Kindergartner Needs to Know
Preparing Your Child for a Lifetime of Learning
Caddie

HELP YOUR KINDERGARTNER EXCEL WITH ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
WHAT YOUR KINDERGARTNER NEEDS TO KNOW

Designed for use by parents and teachers, this groundbreaking first volume in THE CORE KNOWLEDGE SERIES provides kindergartners with the fundamentals they need to prepare them for a lifetime of learning. It sets out the elements a parent or educator should look for in a good kindergarten program and introduces activities that can help a child take the first steps in learning to read and write. Filled with age-appropriate questions that stimulate thinking, WHAT YOUR KINDERGARTNER NEEDS TO KNOW also includes:
Familiar and favorite poems —read and recite together from Mother Goose, A. A. Milne, Langston Hughes, and more, all beautifully illustrated.
Fairy tales, fables, and other beloved stories —read aloud from “The Three Little Pigs”, “The Ugly Duckling”, “Cinderella”, “Winnie-the-Pooh”, “The Velveteen Rabbit”, and many more, including multicultural folktales from African, Japanese, and Native American traditions.
Familiar sayings and phrases that impart traditional wisdom such as “Where there's a will, there's a way”, and “Better safe than sorry”.
History and geography —a friendly introduction to our world, complete with simple questions and fun activities.
Visual arts —painting, drawing, cutting and pasting go hand in hand with learning about color and helping a child look at and talk about art.
Music —many musical experiences for parents and children to participate in, along with dozens of songs to sing and dance to.
Mathematics —lively and interesting exposure to concepts and operations that provide a springboard to later mastery.
Science —activities that let children observe, experience, and get their hands dirty while exploring the wonders of nature.


Livre
Équivalent : CP

What Your First Grader Needs to Know
Fundamentals of a Good First-Grade Education
Caddie

Give your child a smart start with the revised and updated
What Your First Grader Needs to Know

What will your child be expected to learn in the first grade? How can you help him or her at home? How can teachers foster active, successful learning in the classroom? This book answers these all-impor¬tant questions and more, offering the specific shared knowledge that hundreds of parents and teachers across the nation have agreed upon for American first graders. Revised and updated, filled with a wealth of opportunities for reading aloud and fostering discussion, this first-grade volume of the acclaimed Core Knowledge Series presents the sort of knowledge and skills that should be at the core of a chal¬lenging first-grade education. Discover:
Favorite Poems, old and new, such as “The Owl and the Pussycat”, “Wynken, Blynken, and Nod”, and “Thirty Days Hath September”.
Beloved Stories from many times and lands, including a selection of Aesop's Fables, “Hansel and Gretel”, “All Stories Are Anansi's”, “The Tale of Peter Rabbit”, and much more.
Familiar Sayings and Phrases such as “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” and “Practice makes perfect”.
World and American History and Geography —take a trip down the Nile with King Tut, and learn about the early days of our country, including the story of Jamestown, the Pilgrims, and the American Revolution.
Visual Arts —fun activities plus, full-color reproductions of masterworks by Leonardo da Vinci, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Georgia O'Keeffe, and others.
Music —engaging introductions to great composers and music, including classical music, opera, and jazz, as well as a selection of favorite children's songs.
Math —a variety of activities to help your child learn to count, add and subtract, solve problems, recognize geometrical shapes and patterns, and learn about telling time.
Science —interesting discussions of living things and their habitats, the human body, the states of matter, how we measure things, how electricity works, our solar system, and what's inside the earth, plus stories of famous scientists such as Thomas Edison and Rachel Carson.


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Équivalent : CE1

What Your Second Grader Needs to Know
Fundamentals of a Good Second-Grade Education
Caddie

Give your child a smart start with the revised and updated
What Your Second Grader Needs to Know

What should your child learn in the third grade? How can you help him or her at home? This book answers these important questions and more, offering the specific shared knowledge that thousands of parents and teachers across the nation have agreed upon for American third graders. Featuring 16 pages of full-color illustrations, a bolder, easier-to-follow format, and a thoroughly updated curriculum, What Your Third Grader Needs to Know, Revised Edition is designed for parents and teachers to enjoy with children. Hundreds of thousands of children have benefited from the Core Knowledge Series. This revised edition gives a new generation of third graders the advantage they need to make progress in school today, and to establish an approach to learning that will last a lifetime. Discover:
Favorite Poems, old and new, from the traditional Mother Goose rhyme “For Want of Nail” to Lewis Carroll's whimsical poem “The Crocodile”.
Literature from around the world, including Native American stories, African folktales, European fairy tales, classic myths from ancient Greece, stories from ancient Rome, and more.
Learning About Language —the basics of written English, including sentence structure, parts of
speech, and a first look at writing a report or letter.
World and American History and Geography —journey down the great rivers of Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia, visit ancient Rome, and experience the earliest days of America with the Pilgrims and Native Americans.
Visual Arts —an introduction to masterworks by Rembrandt, Henri Matisse, Mary Cassatt,
and others, with full-color reproductions and fun, do-it-yourself activities
Music —the basics of appreciating, reading, and making music, plus great composers, instruments, and sing-along lyrics for songs such as “A Bicycle Built for Two” and “He's Got the Whole World in His Hands”.
Math —stimulating lessons ranging from counting money to solving division problems, numbers through 100,000, graphs, and the metric system.
Science —fascinating discussions on the natural world, the cycles of life, the human body and its
systems, pollution, and the environment —with accompanying activities and stories about famous scientists such as Copernicus and Alexander Graham Bell.


Livre
Équivalent : CE2

What Your Third Grader Needs to Know
Fundamentals of a Good Third-Grade Education
Caddie

Give your child a smart start with the revised and updated
What Your Third Grader Needs to Know

What should your child learn in the third grade? How can you help him or her at home? This book answers these important questions and more, offering the specific shared knowledge that thousands of parents and teachers across the nation have agreed upon for American third graders. Featuring 16 pages of full-color illustrations, a bolder, easier-to-follow format, and a thoroughly updated curriculum, What Your Third Grader Needs to Know, Revised Edition is designed for parents and teachers to enjoy with children. Hundreds of thousands of children have benefited from the Core Knowledge Series. This revised edition gives a new generation of third graders the advantage they need to make progress in school today, and to establish an approach to learning that will last a lifetime. Discover:
• Favorite Poems, old and new, from the traditional Mother Goose rhyme "For Want of Nail" to Lewis Carroll's whimsical poem "The Crocodile"
• Literature from around the world, including Native American stories, African folktales, European fairy tales, classic myths from ancient Greece, stories from ancient Rome, and more
• Learning About Language—the basics of written English, including sentence structure, parts of
speech, and a first look at writing a report or letter
• World and American History and Geography—journey down the great rivers of Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia, visit ancient Rome, and experience the earliest days of America with the Pilgrims and Native Americans
• Visual Arts—an introduction to masterworks by Rembrandt, Henri Matisse, Mary Cassatt,
and others, with full-color reproductions and fun, do-it-yourself activities
• Music—the basics of appreciating, reading, and making music, plus great composers, instruments, and sing-along lyrics for songs such as "A Bicycle Built for Two" and "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands"
• Math—stimulating lessons ranging from counting money to solving division problems, numbers through 100,000, graphs, and the metric system
• Science—fascinating discussions on the natural world, the cycles of life, the human body and its
systems, pollution, and the environment—with accompanying activities and stories about famous scientists such as Copernicus and Alexander Graham Bell.


Livre
Équivalent : CM1

What Your Fourth Grader Needs to Know
Fundamentals of a Good Fourth-Grade Education
Caddie

Give your child a smart start with the revised and updated
What Your Fourth Grader Needs to Know

What should your child learn in the fourth grade? How can you help him or her at home? This book answers these important questions and more, offering the specific shared knowledge that thousands of parents and teachers across the nation have agreed upon for American fourth graders. Featuring sixteen pages of full-color illustrations, a bolder, easier-to-follow format, and a thoroughly updated curriculum, What Your Fourth Grader Needs to Know, Revised Edition, is designed for parents and teachers to enjoy with children. Hundreds of thousands of children have benefited from the Core Knowledge Series. This revised edition gives a new generation of fourth graders the advantage they need to make progress in school today, and to establish an approach to learning that will last a lifetime. Discover:
Favorite Poems —old and new, from the familiar classic “Paul Revere's Ride” to award-winner Langston Hughes's “Dreams”.
Literature —from around the world, including African and Chinese folktales, excerpts from beloved novels, and condensed versions of popular classics such as Gulliver's Travels and “Rip Van Winkle”.
Learning About Language —the basics of written English, including grammar, punctuation, parts of speech, synonyms and antonyms, plus an introduction to common English sayings and phrases.
World and American History and Geography —explore world history from the Middle Ages to the rise of Islam, and broaden knowledge of American colonial history, from the drafting of the Constitution to slavery and the early American reformers.
Visual Arts —a broad spectrum of art from around the world, including African masks, Islamic architecture, Chinese calligraphy, and great American painters —featuring full-color reproductions
Music —understanding and appreciating music, from the basics of musical notation to the orchestra, plus great composers and sing-along lyrics for such favorites as “Auld Lang Syne” and “Waltzing Matilda”.
Math —challenging lessons ranging from fractions and decimals to understanding graphs, making change, square roots, and the metric system.
Science —discover the wonders of the human body and its systems, learn about electricity, atoms, chemistry, geology, and meteorology —plus concise biographies of some of the great scientists of our time.


Livre
Équivalent : CM2

What Your Fifth Grader Needs to Know
Fundamentals of a Good Fifth-Grade Education
Caddie

Give your child a smart start with the revised and updated
What Your Fifth Grader Needs to Know

What should your child learn in the fifth grade? How can you help him or her at home? This book answers these important questions and more, offering the specific shared knowledge that thousands of parents and teachers across the nation have agreed upon for American fifth graders. Featuring sixteen pages of full-color illustrations, a bolder, easier-to-follow format, and a thoroughly updated curriculum, What Your Fifth Grader Needs to Know, Revised Edition, is designed for parents and teachers to enjoy with children. Hundreds of thousands of children have benefited from the Core Knowledge Series, and this revised edition gives a new generation of fifth graders the advantage they need to make progress in school today and to establish an approach to learning that will last a lifetime. Discover:
Favorite Poems —old and new, from Langston Hughes's “I, Too” to Lewis Carroll's famous nonsense poem “Jabberwocky”.
Literature —from around the world, including Native American stories, Japanese tales, and condensed versions of classics, from Don Quixote to Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.
Learning About Language —the rules of written English, parts of speech, literal and figurative language, common sayings and phrases, and a brief introduction to researching and writing a report.
World and American History and Geography —explore latitude and longitude; Aztec, Inca, and Maya civilizations; European history during the Age of Exploration, the Renaissance, and the Reformation; and American history topics, including the Civil War, westward expansion, and the struggles of Native Americans.
Visual Arts —art from around the world, from Renaissance paintings to American landscapes to Japanese gardens, with discussions of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Botticelli —along with more than twenty full-color reproductions.
Music —the basics of understanding, appreciating, and reading music, plus great composers from Beethoven to Mendelssohn and an introduction to African-American spirituals.
Math —stimulating lessons, including percentages, number sense, long division, decimals, graphs, and geometry —as well as a quick introduction to pre-algebra.
Science —fascinating discussions of taxonomy, atoms, the periodic table, human growth stages, plants, life cycles, and reproduction —plus short biographies of famous scientists such as Galileo.


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Équivalent : 6e
What Your Sixth Grader Needs to Know
Fundamentals of a Good Sixth-Grade Education

Caddie
What Your Sixth Grader Needs to Know: Fundamentals of a Good Sixth - Grade Education
 
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