# COMPARISON OF PUBLIC SCHOOL ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM AND MONTESSORI ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM

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1 COMPARISON OF PUBLIC SCHOOL ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM AND MONTESSORI ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM Please note that the Montessori curriculum is not divided into grades but rather into 3 year groupings such as 3-6, 6-9 or 9-12 yrs. The teachers evaluate the children through observation and working one-on-one with the child. Individual and small group lessons allow the teacher to follow the pace of each child, ensuring that each child is kept challenged and engaged with his or her work and exploration. MATHEMATICS Public Schools Kindergarten Counts and writes to thirty 4-6 years old Montessori 1 st grade addition 6 years old 2 nd grade subtraction 6-7 years old 3 rd grade Multiplication 7-8 years old consolidates experience on decimal system and the concept of the four operations: addition, subtraction and division works with 4-digit numbers sensorial explorations of the different plane figures and solids continues to work on addition and subtraction exploration of the concept of similarity, congruence and equality naming of fractions Multiplication and division Early geometry: identifies kinds of lines, nomenclatures of the plane figures and other polygons, exploration of their parts, angles Exploration of more difficult multiplication combinations and divisions Mathematical problems involving the four operations Fractions - equivalent fractions, lowest term Concept of measurement Perimeter Concept of Money

2 Mathematics cont d. Public School 4 th grade Division 8-9 years old Montessori 5 th grade Fractions 10 years old 6 th grade Decimals years old More work on multiplication and division Powers of the numbers: squares and cube roots of the numbers Concrete exploration of binomials Perimeter, area: exposure to the derivation of the formulae Percent Decimal numbers Cube of a number and cube root. Exploration of other bases of: (ie. Binary) Sensorial explorations of volume - Derivation of the formulae for volume and computes volumes - More algebra work: binomials and trinomials

3 1 st grade Myself My needs The World Around Me SOCIAL SCIENCE Public School Montessori Montessori Geography History 4-8 years old 6-9 years old Learns about continents: countries, capitals and flags Studies land and water forms Learns that time is represented on a time line Reads and tells time 2 nd grade People as members of a group Roles and responsibilities Different environments around the world How we obtain the things we need 3 rd grade 4 th grade Cultures of the different communities Our city: present and history History and geography of California Comparative cultures: Japan, Mexico etc. Modern California 6-9 years old 7-11 years old Geographical terms such as rotation, revolution Does experiments which show the natural phenomena of the earth Our solar system Study of the nation Dynamic Geography Climatology Our solar system Solar energy and the Earth Consequences of the Earth s movement The hydrosphere and its phenomena The work of the air and wind Mountains and how they are formed Study of other countries: geography, history and other aspects as nations Studies the history of the formation of the universe and the earth Understands the length of Man s existence in comparison to the animals time on Earth Explores the history of one s country 7-11 years old Deeper exploration of the formation of the Earth and the appearance of the different forms of life on Earth The coming of the human beings Understands the fundamental needs of Man and how man satisfies these needs

4 Social Sciences cont d. 5 th grade 6 th grade Public School Montessori Montessori Geography History 9 12 years old 9-12 years old History of United States and its geography People and changing events in the US World geography and history of the West European Civilizations Societies of the modern world Preserving the world s resources Shaping a peaceful future Concept of Interdependence of the different elements: life, water, soil, fire and air The human s role in preserving his natural home Economic Geography World trade Trade inside a country Trade inside a state Trade inside the city Exchange of Services ( The Baker what does he need?) Understands taxation Man s challenges and activities in preserving its species Explores how humans satisfy their needs across time and culture Supra- nature Man s creative imagination at work: explores man s inventions from earliest time to present to make life a lot better

5 Age Public School Montessori Science Biology 1 st grade Living things are interdependent. Energy must be applied to do work. Sun is the source for energy for life on earth 5-7 years old (Ages and not grades) Studies external body parts of the animals of the five phyla of the vertebrates, plants and flowers Learns the functions of animals and plants. 2 nd grade Living vs. non-living things. There are many kinds of objects in the universe. The sun s energy affects life on earth 6-10 years old Further learns the function of each part of the animals, plants, flowers, seed and fruit. Studies the varieties of flowers, fruits, stems, roots and fruits. Understands the needs of the plants and animals to survive. Explores how both animals and plants satisfy their need. Classifies animals according to vertebrates and invertebrates Learns the different system of the human body 3 rd grade Living things are interdependent. The sun is a source of energy for life. The motions of objects in space are predictable years old Continues to explore the different groups and subgroups in the animal kingdom: invertebrates and vertebrates Conducts research about particular animals and plants: Characteristics Habitat Diet/ or the Needs of the Plants Number of species Reproduction Defense

6 Science (Cont d.) 4 th Grade Living vs. non-living things. Temperature and pressure determine the form of matter. Sun s energy affects the climate of the earth 8-12 years old Experiments for the study of the preservation of the individual and the study of human beings Human anatomy: function of each human body system How the different organs and systems interact to make the body function. 5 th Grade Living things are interdependent. There are many kinds of objects in the universe. The motions of objects in space are predictable 6 th Grade Living vs. non-living things. The sun is a source of energy for life. Sun s energy affects the climate on earth years old 9-12 years old Human anatomy How the different organs and systems interact to make the body Function Explores the function of the different body function Ecology The study of the interrelatedness of plants and animals and plants with non-living things. Ecosystems Nitrogen cycle Photosynthesis Water cycle Oxygen, carbon dioxide cycle Air cycle (circulation) Top soil formation

8 Reads and writes poetry. Uses commas in series, dates and proper places for business and personal letters narrations, descriptions, poetry and research is read and written 4 th grade 5 th grade 6 th grade Begins to consolidate nouns, verbs and adjectives Business and friendly letter form the difference between indicative, interrogative and imperative sentences. Consolidates complete sentences, prefixes, suffixes, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms and uses transition words. Consolidates the remaining parts of speech, compounded and simple subjects and predicates years old Further study the different types of nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs etc. Classify the different of words according to their functions and types: Ex. Noun Classification: number (collective, mass nouns ), gender, material and abstract nouns. Grammatical Analysis Sentence Analysis: Parts of a sentence: subject- predicate etc. of simple sentences to compound sentences. Continue to write narrative reports, biography, autobiography and science reports

9 We discovered that education is not something which the teacher does, but that it is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being. - Maria Montessori

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