Language Arts Programs

Language Arts

The art of using language effectively to communicate an idea is known as Language Arts. It is undoubtedly the most important area in the education curriculum that is designed to teach a range of skills to kids so they could become proficient in using language.
A Language Arts program is indeed a vital educational component that ensures a child's successful future. It is a basic foundation for lifelong learning and communication.


Our reading language arts program promotes reading comprehension by focusing on specific reading strategies that have been shown to improve understanding and recall. The following five strategies are the foundation of our reading comprehension program: making personal and meaningful connections, developing question and answer relationships, using mental imagery, recognizing when inference is needed for better understanding, and summarizing or retelling what has been read. These strategies are reviewed during our daily reading routine. Specific lessons are also presented, which are aligned with what is being taught in our students classes.


Our writing language arts program focuses specifically on what is expected at each individual grade level based on the common core requirements for grade levels K-8. Because each grade level has benchmarks and requirements that expand over time, our teachers design lessons and writing assignments that focus on promoting writing skills that meet these requirements. These lessons and assignments are directly related not only to what is being instructed inside the student's classroom, but also to meet the required common core curriculum benchmarks.


Most students don't think about the importance of speaking as part of the Language Arts program, and that's why speaking skills have declined recently. It has been observed that children flat out refuse to speak in front of a class. Our speaking language arts program helps children develop speaking skills by dividing the class into small groups where every child gets to speak because one day they'll have to go out in the real world and talk to people like their employers or even give presentations in front of large audiences.