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NameSyllabusTeacherTeacher InformationRoom #Class TimeTotal Tuition
AP - US History - Sprint (English Speaking)
This class will be held over 9 lessons leading up to the 2021 AP Exams in May. Specific plans for each lesson are listed below, please contact aluo8170@gmail.com with any questions.
Week 1 Icebreaker Games, Textbook selection, begin Colonial Period review Week 2 End Colonial Period and Begin Revolutionary Era, Introduction to Exam problem types Week 3 Continue Revolutionary Era, Practice Short Answer Questions Week 4 End Revolutionary Era, Begin Antebellum Period Week 5 Civil War Review, Highlight Exam material, Post War Period Week 6 Populism, The Two World Wars, Modern Period (Unfinished concepts in this lesson will be continued in Week 7) Week 7 Walkthrough Practice AP Exams 2013, 2014, 2015 Week 8 Walkthrough Practice AP Exams 2004, 2018, 2019 Week 9 Mock DBQ Section Exams (Feedback after class) *Specific course material is subject to change based on student and teacher preference Luo, Andrew Wednesday 7:00PM - 9:00PM$230.00
English Reading - Elementary Harper, LindseyThursday 4:30PM - 6:00PM$230.00
English Writing - Elementary School
This course, designed for fourth and fifth grade students, teaches and reviews foundational writing skills and explores various types of writing styles. It aims to help students become stronger, more educated writers using small projects and writing assignments throughout the term. The course also includes a review of grammar rules and best practices for writers aided by discussions and group activities. The students and instructor will meet virtually once a week for nine weeks, with each session lasting 90 minutes. The class will take two weeks for detailed study and practical application of the four main writing styles: narrative, descriptive, persuasive, and expository. Students should leave this course with a reinforced understanding of core writing concepts, ultimately making them more comfortable and confident writers.
Weekly Overview: Week 1: Introduction to Writing • Write and share self introductions • Lesson: Good Writing Habits • Introduce Paragraph Planner graphic organizer Week 2: Narrative Writing Part 1 • Lesson: Steps of the Writing Process • Introduce narrative style with reading sample • Select topic and draft narrative story Week 3: Narrative Writing Part 2 • Lesson: Using Transitions in Writing • In-class activity: Transition words writing game • Revise narrative story Week 4: Descriptive Writing Part 1 • Lesson: Parts of Speech in Descriptive Language • Introduce descriptive style with reading sample • Begin sensory writing assignment Week 5: Descriptive Writing Part 2 • Lesson: Adding Details to Writing • In-class peer review of sensory writing draft • Revise sensory writing assignment Week 6: Persuasive Writing Part 1 • Lesson: Facts vs. Opinions • Introduce persuasive style with reading sample • Draft persuasive letter or email using OREO format Week 7: Persuasive Writing Part 2 • Lesson: Etiquette for Letter and Email Writing • In-class activity: Proofread and correct sample letters • Revise and share letter or email Week 8: Expository Writing Part 1 • Lesson: Research and Summary Writing • Introduce expository style with reading sample • Read and outline article using RRLC strategy • Begin drafting article summary Week 9: Expository Writing Part 2 and Review • Lesson: Writing Strong Introductions and Conclusions • In-class activity: Practicing paragraph structure • Revise article summary Ge, JadeJade is a senior student in Greenhill School in Ann Arbor and she is going to University of Michigan in Fall 2021. Jade has maintained straight As in English throughout her entire academic career, and her ACT English score was a 35. Jade has been the active member of her school’s forensics team as a storyteller. Now she has been the coach to the middle school teams for last two years. Jade is the president of her school’s theater club. She loves to work with kids.Wednesday 7:00PM - 8:30PM$260.00
English Writing - Middle School
此课程针对 2021-2022 学年上6-7-8 年级的学生. 目的在于奠定英文写作基础/介绍英文写作中的文法与技巧,熟悉英文写作格式。通过学习和分析范文拓宽英文写作的思路和能力。老师会选取教材系统性地教授语法知识, 通过各式文章的写作练习提高文章构思能力,增强写作技巧。并辅以词汇方面的训练,养成学生自我提高的能力 This course aims to teach students in grades 6-7-8 in the 2021-2022 school year. The purpose of this course is to lay a foundation for English writing, teach grammar skills, and familiarize students with the English writing format. Through analyzing the essay format, we will broaden students’ thinking and expand their ability to write English essays. Teachers will choose specific textbooks to teach grammar, improve the ability to write articles, and enhance writing skills through various writing exercises. Week 3 - Objectives Begin Unit 2: Strong Word Choice Review of parts of speech How to spot words to replace Exercise in word replacement Week 4 - Objectives Begin Unit 3: Varying Sentence Structure Overview types of sentences Discussion and examples of transitions Exercises in sentence combining Week 5 - Objectives Unit 4: Writing Strong Paragraphs Overview of FuSE-Con Paragraph model Read poem, discuss. Practice evidence gathering and outlining Week 6 - Objectives More paragraph practice: read a po
9 sessions, 1.5 hours/session. Thornton, JoeReturning teacher. NCCAE10xMonday 7:00PM - 8:30PM$300.00
Programming with Scratch II
本课程将帮助学生了解Scratch软件并练习运用Scratch编写小游戏。 The ability to code computer programs is an important part of literacy in today’s society. When people learn to code in Scratch, they learn important strategies for solving problems, designing projects, and communicating ideas. Scratch is designed especially for ages 8 to 16, but is used by people of all ages. Millions of people are creating Scratch projects in a wide variety of settings, including homes, schools, museums, libraries, and community centers.
Total of 9 sessions. Dong, DanielReturning teacher.NCCAE10xWednesday 6:30PM - 8:30PM$200.00
Public Speaking Middle School - Level II
Total of 9 sessions, 2 hours per session. Level II is generally for students from grades 7 and 8. About: This public speaking class is a continuation for students that have taken a previous public speaking course through the program. Students increase their knowledge of public speaking styles such as debate, forensics, impromptu, presentations, sales, and extemporaneous skills. They will review these styles through discussions, new games and activities, presentations, as well as some research on given speeches.
Week 1: Informative Speaking Week 2: Impromptu Week 3: Debate Week 4: Debate & Forensics Week 5: Extemporaneous Week 6: Broadcasting Nierman, ShannonReturning teacher.Tuesday 7:00PM - 9:00PM$200.00
Python 2
This course is for students who have already attended previous Python I course, or students who already have Python experience.
Week 1: Introduction, syntax, user input, variables Week 2: Drawing in Python with turtle graphics Week 3: Functions, features in turtle graphics Week 4: Control flow, random numbers Week 5: Lists, dictionaries Week 6: String manipulation Week 7: Advanced features, introduction to the final project Week 8: Review / advanced features Luo, Andrew Andrew Luo,UC Berkeley 大学 Computer Science专业。Andrew在高中期间完成10门课程的考试,每一门课程都获得满分 5 分的成绩。Andrew也参加了 Physics,Math Level II,Chemistry 三门 SAT2 单一学科的考试, 都获得 800分满分的成绩。Andrew是学校 Peer Tutoring 的成员,每周都固定 2-3 小时辅导本校的同学解答各科的作业问题。 从去年开始,Andrew在一家补习中心兼职做数学,物理和美国历史的辅导工作,有着丰富的教学经验。NCCAE10xMonday 7:00PM - 9:00PM$200.00
Python ICourse Objective: This course will introduce students to the Python programming language. The knowledge gained from this course can also be used to learn most programming languages. Requirements: This course is designed for beginners with no prior programming experience. A laptop capable of running Python is required for this course. To check if your laptop can run Python, download Python from https://www.python.org/downloads/. This course will be taught over Zoom. There are weekly homework assignments and a final project. Links for downloading: https://www.python.org/downloads/ Online resources: https://www.homeandlearn.uk/ https://www.learnpython.org/ Class schedule: Week 1: Introduction, syntax, user input, variables Week 2: Lists, Dictionaries Week 3: Loops, Control flow Week 4: Functions Week 5: Review Week 6: String Manipulation Week 7: Advanced features, introduction to the final project Week 8: Review / advanced features Week 9: Final project presentation Lu, MichaelThe instructors for this course will be Om Joshi, Vijay Daita, and Michael Lu. Om Joshi is a sophomore at International Academy Central in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He was a member of the 2017-2018 Mechanical Monkeys Robotics team that ranked 7th at the 2020 FIRST National Championship. He also has been a part of the Mechanical Monkeys Robotics team that ranked 3rd Place for the Control Award (Programming Award), 1st Place and 2nd Place in the years 2017, 2018, 2019 respectively at the FIRST Michigan State Championship. In addition, he is an AIME Qualifier, won and participated in numerous hackathons, the founder of a charitable organization teaching students how to code and an award-winning application developer. Today, he develops and actively maintains the website of Detroit Education Society, Michigan Indian Community Service organization and develops mobile applications for organizations as well as for the greater good. Vijay Daita is an Android Associate Developer and obtained his Certification at age 13. He is currently a sophomore at Bloomfield Hills High School. He is proficient in Python, Java and Vue.js. Vijay is also a volunteer at CoronaWhy and other organizations. He is a cofounder and co-president of Todocode. He also works with Retevide, PoCovidScreen and Voicemed in an effort to find better solutions for COVID-19 detection. His primary interests currently are AI applications in Medicine, especially imaging. Michael Lu is rising 8th grader at Bloomfield Hills Middle school. Michael was member of 2019 Michigan Mathcount team, two times AIME qualifiers. Michael is currently participating in USA Computing Olympiad Silver-level competition. The trio instructors taught the Python Programming course in the summer of 2019 and Spring of 2020.NCCAE10xSunday 6:30PM - 8:30PM$200.00

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