Education in the United States

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Education in the United States by Mind Map: Education in the United States

1. curriculum/curricula

1.1. music/art class

1.2. art education

1.3. physical education

1.3.1. physical development

1.3.2. athletics

1.3.2.1. cross country

1.3.2.2. football

1.3.2.3. baseball

1.3.2.4. basketball

1.3.2.5. track and field

1.3.2.6. swimming

1.3.2.7. tennis

1.3.2.8. gymnastics

1.3.2.9. water polo

1.3.2.10. soccer

1.3.2.11. wrestling

1.3.2.12. cheerleading

1.3.2.13. volleyball

1.3.2.14. lacrosse

1.3.2.15. ice hockey

1.3.2.16. field hockey

1.3.2.17. boxing

1.3.2.18. skiing

1.3.2.19. snowboarding

1.4. basic subjects

1.5. top-down mandates

1.6. supplemental materials

1.7. English proficiency

1.7.1. basic grammar

1.7.2. spelling

1.7.3. reading

1.7.4. vocabulary

1.7.5. literature

1.7.6. humanities

1.8. social science

1.8.1. social studies

1.8.2. American history

1.8.3. geography

1.8.4. government course

1.8.5. economics courses

1.9. science

1.9.1. mathematics (maths)

1.9.1.1. basic arithmetic

1.9.1.2. rudimentary algebra

1.9.1.3. geometry

1.9.2. biology

1.9.3. chemistry

1.9.4. physics

1.9.5. precalculus

1.9.6. trigonometry

1.10. final arts

1.11. health course

1.11.1. anatomy

1.11.2. nutrition

1.11.3. first aid

1.11.4. sexuality

1.11.5. birth control

1.11.6. anti-drug use

1.12. electives

1.12.1. elective (n)

1.12.2. elective courses

1.13. visual arts

1.13.1. drawing

1.13.2. sculpture

1.13.3. painting

1.13.4. photography

1.13.5. film

1.14. performing arts

1.14.1. drama

1.14.2. band

1.14.3. chorus

1.14.4. orchestra

1.14.5. dance

1.15. technology education

1.15.1. shop

1.15.2. woodworking

1.15.3. metalworking

1.15.4. automobile repair

1.15.5. robotics

1.16. computers

1.16.1. word processing

1.16.2. programming

1.16.3. graphic design

1.17. publishing

1.17.1. journalism

1.17.2. student newspaper

1.17.3. yearbook

1.17.4. literary magazine

1.18. foreign languages

1.18.1. Spanish

1.18.2. French

1.18.3. Chinese

1.18.4. Latin

1.18.5. Greek

1.18.6. Italian

1.18.7. Arabic

1.18.8. Japanese

1.19. standard courses

1.20. introductory course

1.20.1. introductory course work

2. teacher

2.1. play a significant/an important role in

2.2. elementary school teacher

2.3. human cognitive development

2.4. physical development

2.5. certification standard for teacher

2.6. Elementary Education

2.7. content area tests

2.8. instructional skills tests

3. student

3.1. of diverse learning needs

3.2. typical classroom

3.3. children with identified special needs

3.4. individual student's academic strengths and weaknesses

3.5. diverse learners

3.5.1. gifted student

3.6. tobe cognitively, athletically or artistically gifted

3.7. singular needs

3.8. disabilities

3.9. country's adult population

3.10. report cards

3.11. individual assignments and tests

3.12. a grade book

3.13. a percent grade

4. Management

4.1. public sector

4.2. budget

4.2.1. average salary

4.3. Addministration

4.3.1. state government

4.3.1.1. The United States Department of Education

4.3.1.2. state learning standard and benchmarks

4.3.1.2.1. meet adequate yearly progress (AYP)

4.3.2. local

4.3.2.1. school district

4.3.3. Federal

4.4. contents

4.4.1. educational standards

4.4.1.1. School curricula

4.4.1.2. teaching

4.4.1.3. state learning standards

4.4.2. standardized testing

4.5. public schol

4.5.1. attend public school

4.5.2. enter public school

4.6. private school

4.6.1. certified private school

4.6.2. attend private school

4.6.3. tobe enrolled in private schools

4.6.4. church-operated private school

5. home school

5.1. approved home school program

5.2. children are home schooled

5.3. home school (v), home schooling (n)

5.4. unschooling (n)

6. high school

6.1. admission

6.1.1. admissions process

6.1.2. admissions policy

6.1.3. admissions procedure

6.1.4. university/college admissions

6.2. senior high school

6.3. community college

6.4. the school year

6.5. unit credit

6.6. one hour of classwork

6.6.1. classwork <> homework

6.7. post-secondary institution

6.8. elite institution

6.9. the high school level

6.10. grades

6.10.1. ninth grade (fresh man)

6.10.2. tenth grade (sophomore)

6.10.3. eleventh grade (junior)

6.10.4. twelfth grade (senior)

6.10.5. the grade scale

6.11. qualification

6.11.1. a bachelor's degree

6.11.1.1. receive a bachelor's degree

6.11.2. complete high school

6.11.3. grant credit / placement

6.11.4. graduate from high school

6.11.5. qualify as scientifically literate

6.11.6. high school diploma

6.12. school attendant

6.12.1. until the age of 18

6.13. science and mathematics understanding

6.14. Advanced courses

6.14.1. advanced placement (AP)

6.14.2. International Baccalaureate (IB)

6.14.3. honors classes

6.14.4. a concentration

6.14.5. a degree

6.14.5.1. a degree in economics / engineering

6.14.5.2. an honours degree

6.14.6. core requirement

7. Collocations

7.1. know as

7.2. the People's Republic of China

7.3. achieve an objective

7.4. according to something

7.5. a 2005 study by

7.6. compete against China on

7.7. minister of education

7.8. call for something

7.9. developed countries

7.10. compare to

7.11. universal

7.12. plan to do something

7.13. the ratio of

7.14. enter the workforce

7.15. the mean of

7.16. the labor force

7.17. Conclude that

7.18. across the country

7.19. ordinal number

7.20. cardinal number

7.21. beginning with

7.22. at the beginning of

7.23. low income families

7.24. upper-class families

7.25. with regard to

7.26. see something as

7.27. the first step toward

7.28. the ivy league

7.29. specialize in

7.30. vary from state to state

7.31. in some cases

7.32. allow somebody to do something

7.33. require somebody to do something

7.34. participate in something

7.35. to be mandate by

7.36. in most cases

7.37. consideration for something

7.38. post something on website

7.39. public access

7.40. the concept of

7.41. emphasis on

7.42. conclude that

7.43. a proportion of

7.44. children at the age of five

7.45. concepts in something

7.46. focus on something

7.47. emphasis on

7.48. encourage somebody to do something

7.49. take responsibility for (doing) something

7.50. distinguish somebody/something from

7.51. a variety of

7.52. take class

7.53. vary in something

7.54. usually two years minimum

7.55. at least one year

7.56. provide something for somebody

7.57. in order to

7.58. depend upon / on something

7.59. take a course

7.60. take something into consideration

7.61. the equivalent of

7.62. enable somebody / something to do something

7.63. use something for (doing) something

7.64. use something to something

7.65. use something as something

7.66. to be exempted from something

7.67. the selection of

7.68. tend to do something

7.69. the lack of

7.70. to be seen as something

7.71. compare with something

7.72. obtain/get/recive permission from somebody to do something

7.73. transfer (transferred) from something to something

7.74. enroll on/for/in(AmE) a school, university, college

7.75. prefer sb/sth to sb/sth

7.76. prefer to do sth

7.77. prefer doing sth

7.78. to be wary of

7.79. on the contrary + clause

7.80. (to be) contrary to something

7.81. tailor something to meet/suit sb's needs/requirements

7.82. to be detrimental to

7.83. assign sb to (do) sth

7.84. to be similar to

7.85. opposition to/from

7.86. come from

7.87. labor union

7.88. to be vocal in = outspoken

7.89. fall into

7.90. fear of (doing) sth

7.91. loss of sth

7.92. lack of sth

7.93. throughout the school year

7.94. to be issue to sb

7.95. along with sth

7.96. translate to sth

7.97. at the end of sth

7.98. connect to sth

7.99. sth as an example

7.100. to be considered sth

8. Primary/elementary education

8.1. primary school

8.1.1. first grade

8.1.2. to be enrolled in school

8.1.3. second grade

8.2. Montessori schools

8.2.1. Montessori method's pedagogy

8.3. compulsory education

8.3.1. compulsory schooling

8.3.2. compulsory education requirements

8.3.3. to be enrolled in compulsory education

8.3.4. to be compulsory for somebody

8.4. a reading literacy rate at 98%

8.5. to be mandatory for

8.6. the primary level

8.7. school attendant

8.7.1. begin at ages of five to eight

8.8. school time

8.8.1. summer vacation

8.8.2. summer break period

8.8.3. school day

8.9. facilities

8.9.1. library

8.10. exams / examinations

8.10.1. on a 100-point scale

8.10.2. to be base on a scale of 0-100

8.10.3. a percentile

8.10.4. a failing grade

9. secondary education

9.1. junior high school (middle school)

9.2. the secondary level

9.3. grades

9.3.1. seventh grade

9.3.2. eighth grade

9.4. students

9.4.1. the official transcript

10. college and university

10.1. contents

10.2. certification

10.3. admission and testing

10.4. university graduate

10.5. college graduate

10.6. receive certification from

10.7. college-educated adults

11. preschool

11.1. head start

11.1.1. Head start preschool program

11.2. child's proper development

11.3. kindergarten

11.4. pre-kindergarten

11.5. childcare

11.5.1. childcare facilities

11.6. toddle

11.7. the preschool admissions process

11.8. Early Childhood education

12. School and Society

12.1. the negative social pressures of schools

12.2. bullying

12.3. drug

12.3.1. taking drugs

12.3.2. use drugs

12.3.3. to be on drugs

12.3.4. experiment with drugs

12.3.5. drug abuse

12.3.6. drug overdose

12.3.7. drug trafficking

12.4. crime

12.4.1. commit crime

12.4.2. combat/fight crime

12.4.3. turn to crime

12.4.4. crime rate

12.4.5. crime figures/statistics

12.4.6. crime prevention

12.4.7. violent crime

12.4.8. serious crime

12.4.9. victim of crime

12.5. sex

12.5.1. have sex (with sb)

12.5.2. premarital sex/sex before marriage

12.6. school-related problems

12.7. social extremist

12.8. lack of socialization with others

13. contens

13.1. poor academic quality