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: Allama Iqbal is considered one of the most important figures in Urdu literature, with literary work in both the Urdu and Persian languages. A speech competition related Iqbal’s life was held between the Tameer -i- Nau trust students. Respected teachers have worked : Congratulations ! on the big win! Enjoy your success today, and look forward to a future. : Fatimid Foundation Blood Bank & Hematological Services  Arrange a Blood Donation Camp at Tameer -i- Nau College in the Presence of Chairman Tameer -i- Nau trust Mr. Abdul Khaliq Jamali, Secretary Tameer-i-Nau Trust Dr. Abdullah Khan Kakar and Principal Tameer-i-Nau Collage Prof. Abid : Tameer-i-Nau Public College Football team Seven Players participate in Four Nation Football Tournament which was held in Gujranwala.   :  Baluchistan Board HSSC Part-I & Part-II 2018 Result announced. Tameer-i-Nau Public College got 3 positions in top 20 Students of BISE Baluchistan. And Score 97.19% result of overall. Click here :        All the institution of the Tameer-i-Nau Trust Baluchistan will remain close onthe occasion of " Religious Festival Eid-ul-Azha " from 20th to 25th August 2018.will reopen on 27th August 2018.   :       14th August Function celebrated in Tameer-i-Nau Model School.    :   14 August has been recognized as the independence day of Pakistan. The efforts and exertion of those leader’s sacrifice are praiseworthy for the development of the country. Fortunately, 14 August,1947 our country, Pakistan has contracted freedom since we are going to :    Mir Abdul Khaliq Jamali ( Chariman Tameer- e-nau- Trust ) Dr. Abdullah Khan kakar ( Secretary Tameer-e-nau Trust ) and Prof. Abid Maqsood (Principal Tameer-e-nau College) adressing parents and students  of session 2018.....     : Today 2nd PTM was held in Tameer-E-Nau Model School : Congratulations ! to B.com Students for securing 3rd position in Quiz competition organised by ICAP.
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Curriculum planning and development is a challenging but important process. If teachers use standards to write annual, unit, and lesson plans, they will ensure that their students are exposed to all necessary material in a given school year.

Preparation and Planning

When Mr. Nelson walks into his classroom at the beginning of the year, there are dozens of things for him to do. He needs to set up his classroom, organize supplies, put posters on the wall, arrange desks, decide on an appropriate behavior system, and most importantly, plan his curriculum. Curricular planning and development, the process of looking at the standards in each subject area and developing a strategy to break down these standards so they can be taught to students, varies according to grade level, subjects taught and available supplies.

In many districts, schools supply a complete curriculum in core subject areas, filled with teacher resources and student workbooks. In other districts, teachers are given a list of state, local or Common Core standards and asked to develop their own curriculum. Regardless of subject area or grade level taught, there are a few important factors for teachers to consider as they plan their curriculum, including standards and the breakdown of course material.

Standards for Curriculum Development

When planning and developing curriculum in any subject area, the first place to start is state, local or Common Core standards. Standards vary from state to state, and teachers are expected to know which standards to teach and how to teach them. Every lesson and unit should be tied to standards, and every grade level standard should be addressed at some point during the course of the school year. Standards should be presented sequentially, so students can build on previously learned skills.

Each subject area has specifically defined standards, but many times multiple standards are addressed within one project. For example, if a sixth grade student writes a research report on Thomas Jefferson, that student could be addressing reading, writing, research and history standards, all within the same assignment. Such opportunities are beneficial for students because they demonstrate the overlap in various subject areas and give students the chance to synthesize their learning. The example below shows how a history research report could hit six or more standards at the same time.

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