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  • Early Edge Programs


  • The Early Edge curriculum is designed to build a strong academic foundation while exposing students to standardized tests preparation. Early Edge courses give educators a powerful tool to measure achievement, keep students on track and quickly respond to those who fall behind. By strengthening critical thinking skills such as analysis, interpretation, problem solving and reasoning, Early Edge preparation gives students the academic tools they need to consistently excel in the classroom and the college admission process.

    To create a learning environment that emphasizes step-by-step processes, Early Edge tackles concepts in different ways and with many activities to address different learning styles, and stresses teaching through questioning and continual checks for understanding.

    To accomplish customized learning in each and every class, throughout every chapter in The Princeton Review's Early Edge curriculum, the following sections are present to aid in every learner’s growth:

    Element Title Purpose
    Write A writing prompt that acts as a "do now" to ramp up brainpower and get the class moving
    Explore The direct instruction portion of the chapter to review and/or introduce the chapter topic
    Sneak Peek A multiple choice ACT question to give students a taste of the tests
    What’s the Point An explanation of how content can be used outside of the classroom
    Participate A group or partner activity to apply the subject of the chapter
    Practice Three scaffolded exercises that facilitate individual practice
    Reflect A writing prompt to lock down learning and reflect
    In a Nutshell A high-level overview of the chapter content to review and to facilitate the practice of note-taking skills

     

    To learn more, please contact:
    CollegeReadiness@review.com
    760.369.4589

    Early Edge 100, 101, 102 are The Princeton Review's supplemental early college preparation courses that reinforce and increase the basic foundation skills students need to perform at grade level. In addition to being Common Core aligned, The Princeton Review's Early Edge curriculum introduces students to standardized test preparation, demonstrating the links between academic subjects and their corresponding question types on college admissions examinations.

    Designed to be as flexible and adaptable as possible, Early Edge serves a wide range of students, from 6th and 7th graders who need practice on fundamental skills to 9th and 10th graders who are starting to prepare for standardized tests. Early Edge provides schools with the foundational coursework necessary to give their students an advantage in the college preparation process.

    Included in each level of Early Edge, students have access to:

    • Modular Pre- & Post- Assessments
    • Journaling throughout both math and English books
    • Practice test questions that mimic high stakes test questions

     

    To learn more, please contact:
    CollegeReadiness@review.com
    760.369.4589

    Early Edge for the SAT offers support in the following academic areas—umbrella categories of the common core standards covered are provided below:

    Math
    • Numbers and operations
    • Algebra and functions
    • Geometry and measurement
    • Data, statistics and probability
    Writing
    • Grammatical relationships between words
    • Grammatical structure of phrases
    • Manage order and relationships of sentences and paragraphs
    Reading
    • Reasoning and inference
    • Organization of ideas
    • Understanding of literary elements
    • Understanding of vocabulary and sentence structure

    Early Edge for the SAT®

    Aligned to the Common Core, our Early Edge for the SAT manual is designed to complement our nationally renowned SAT preparation programs to reinforce and increase the basic skills students need to perform on high-stakes college admissions tests, like the SAT.

     

    To learn more, please contact:
    CollegeReadiness@review.com
    760.369.4589

    Early Edge for the ACT offers support in the following academic areas—umbrella categories of the common core standards covered are provided below:

    Math
    • Geometry and measurement
    • Probability, data and statistical analysis
    • Number concepts and properties
    • Graphical representations, properties of plane figures and functions
    Reading
    • Author's main idea and supporting details
    • Sequential and cause-effect relationships
    • Generalizations and conclusions
    English
    • Topic and development for purpose and focus
    • Organization, unity and coherence
    • Sentence structure and formation
    • Conventions of punctuation
    Science
    • Interpretation of data
    • Evaluation of models and inferences

    Early Edge for the ACT®

    Aligned to the Common Core, our Early Edge for the ACT manual is designed to complement our nationally renowned ACT preparation programs to reinforce and increase the basic skills students need to perform on high-stakes college admissions tests, like the ACT.

     

    To learn more, please contact:
    CollegeReadiness@review.com
    760.369.4589


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