Speech and Debate Introductory classes For incoming 2-5 graders, and taught by our middle schooler and high schooler Young Coaches. Each class is 40 mins. 4 classes in one session.Register at: https://tinyurl.com/dteyouth Small donation asked, each session has limited seats. Please register early to join. Throughout the 2020 summer we offered and delivered total 8 classes by 4 young coaches to over 50 students. These students learned the basics of some speech events, had a great time connecting with the young coaches and fellow students. Our “Youth Club” Members: Speech and Debate: Coach Ellie, Coach Ethan, Coach Amanda, Coach Mark Coding: TA Danny, TA Jim,Read More →

Welcome to sign up for classic reading course. Through reading classic works, learn critical reading analysis ability, grasp detailed reading comprehension ability, expand vocabulary, and exercise critical writing ability. Suitable for students: Grades 5-6 Reading works: “The Little Prince”.It is a novella by French aristocrat, writer, and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The story follows a young prince who visits various planets in space, including Earth and addresses themes of loneliness, friendship, love, and loss. Despite its style as a children’s book, The Little Prince makes observations about life and human nature. This book’s Lexile score is 710 and a DRA reading assessment is 60, whichRead More →

SAT Fall Prep Class Build your confidence and learn exclusive test-taking strategies at APT Edu SAT Fall Prep Class. Tuition: $1000. The two-person group will receive $50 off each. E-Material includes. Course Type: online. Delivered by the Zoom meeting. Course Schedule: August 22 to October 25, Every Saturday & Sunday 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm The effect of the lecture is totally guaranteed: After the first class, the student will get a full refund if He\she is not satisfied with the class. Lecturer: Ms. Mindy for Reading, Ms. Gillian for English, Mr. Alvin for Math, and Mr. Yeung for Writing. Four teachers have majored inRead More →

Congratulations to everyone! SPEECH AWARDS! (MUN and Debate awards will be announced at 5:30 on 8/9/2020) Elementary Storytelling Gold Amber Nguyen Silver Bella Tan Bronze Ean Manalasta | Vivienne Hadi Elementary Impromptu Gold Dora Zhang | Grace Ableser-Jaffe | Gloria He | Anya Luo Silver Raina Zhang | Bella Tan | Luc Chen Bronze David Lim | Pyron Tan | Hugo Liu | Vienna Li Elementary SPAR Gold Braden Yan | Anya Luo | Jeremy Lee | Mason Li Silver Kendrick Kim | Delan Motakeg | Connor Wang | Sean Shu | Grace. Ableser-Jaffe | David Lim | Raina Zhang Bronze Luc Chen| Dora ZhangRead More →

Web Design I – HTML & CSS Syllabus (Total 15 Sessions) HTMLStructure Text, Lists , LinksImages, TablesForms, MarkupVideos & AudiosProcess & Design Part 1CSSColor, Text, BoxesLists, Tables, & FormsLayout, ImagesHTML 5 LayoutProcess & Design Part 2Presentation Requirement: Recommended for 5-9th grade.Read More →

If you are interested in the competition. Please fill it out for us to confirm your enrollment. Fill Out FORM HERE Here are the details: Coding Competition Timeline: Starting 1/7, end 3/15/2020Fee: None Two age groups:5-8th graders9+ Graders Prize:Each group will have1 first prize: $751 Second Prize: $503 Third prize: $25 Announcement of winners on our SVWA Youth Group Website and DTE Coding & Debate School WebsiteAlso celebration will be at the Annual Mother’s day Party. (Usually in May) Format: Online submissionTwo things to submit: The presentation – ppt or pdf format – design, idea, social impact etc The code – Python or Java only,Read More →

Skill: Research Competence Students research constantly throughout the classes. Topics are designed to be interesting and accessible for students, creating additional incentives. Students research in a variety of accessible media and learn to share their research with other teammates through synthesis and summary, thereby exercising writing skills as well. Skill: Public Speaking The classes helps students to develop an optimal mix of impromptu and extemporaneous speaking skills. Oral literacy is developed through informed practice and repetition. Students gain confidence in otherwise intimidating speaking situations by preparing in advance by learning speaking techniques and conducting research on issues. Skill: Media Literacy Because students must consult andRead More →

Java II – Advanced In this class, students will experience programing complexity such as nested loops and conditions. They will advanced to learn about some Data Structures and their implementations. They will also be learning sorting algorithms and their implementations. Students will use IDE to develop. The knowledge of USACO and Bronze level projects will also be introduced. Syllabus Lesson 1 Basic Algorithmic Thinking Lesson 2 Complex Conditions and Loops Lesson 3 String processing Lesson 4 Design process Lesson 5 Introduction to training gateway Lesson 6 Variables, Functions, Arrays Lesson 7 OOP Deep Dive Lesson 8 The Repeated Application Lesson 9  Data structures Lesson 10 More Training GatewayRead More →

Game Design Studio Level 1 Learn what it takes to build your own video game worlds. Design and build your own games from start to finish by connecting Lego-like code blocks. Build 2D game worlds, design animated heroes and villains, program game controls and motion, add music, and program game logic. At the end of the session, show off your own original games and play them with friends and family. Topics Covered:  Game design , Action, Actors, Looping, Background design, Custom Characters etc. Requirement: 3rd to 5th grade Able to use laptop. No prior programming experience neededRead More →