Franklin County Technical High School   82 Industrial Blvd.   Turners Falls, MA 413 . 863 . 9561

English Language Arts

English Language Arts

All students in the English Language Arts program at the Franklin County Technical School receive instruction for four years. The program places an emphasis on skills acquisition, exposing students to language, writing, reading, listening, and speaking. Our courses' common curricular goals are aligned with the guiding principles of the 2011 Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for English Language Arts and Literacy.

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science

Science

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Math

Guiding Principles for Mathematics Programs at FCTS:
Six Guiding Principles are philosophical statements that underlie the Standards forMathematical Practice, Standards for Mathematical Content, and other resources in the mathematics curriculum at FCTS. The Massachusetts Standards for Mathematical Practice are interwoven throughout the Guiding Principles.

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history

History and Social Science

Our History and Social Science Curriculum presents the academic content, concepts, and skills in history, geography, economics, and civics and government that are essential to the study of democracy, and to the development of educated and responsible citizens. This document also seeks to address key provisions in the Massachusetts Education Reform Act of 1993 that call for all students to learn about the "major principles of the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, and the Federalist Papers;" to understand and "respect...the contributions made by diverse cultural, ethnic, and racial groups to the life of the commonwealth;" and to undergo competency testing in history in grade 10.

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