Understand the essence of American culture and spirit, Learn critical reading and analysis skills, gain ability to look at real problems from history, Construct logical and meticulous thesis writing. American History” is arguably one of the most important courses, and it is a required course from elementary school to university. However, it is difficult to learn, or to get high scores in AP history. This is also the experience of many high school students. Why is this? Because the study of American history courses requires students to have strong critical thinking skills. Let experienced teacher Ms. Sarah help students to navigate through is for grade
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, which
SAT Fall Prep Class Build your confidence and learn exclusive test-taking strategies at 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: 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 in English Language or Translation specialists with 5
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.
People use Python for data-intensive work in genetics, climate research, political and economic analysis, and much more. Data scientists have written an impressive array of visualization and analysis tools in Python. This course involves exploring data through visual representations. It’s closely associated with data mining, which uses code to explore the patterns and connections in a data set. SYLLABUS Lesson 1 Getting Started Lesson 2 Plotting a Simple Line Graph Lesson 3 Random Walks Lesson 4 Pygal Lesson 5 Pygal continued Lesson 6 The CSV – Format Information Lesson 7 The CSV – Format Information continued Lesson 8 JSON – Serialize Data Lesson 9 JSON
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 design and problem analysis will also be introduced. Syllabus Lesson 1 Algorithmic Thinking Lesson 2 Complex Flow and Conditions Lesson 3 String processing Lesson 4 Classes and Objects Deep Dive Lesson 5 Inheritance Hierarchy Lesson 6 Standard Classes Lesson 7 Design Process Lesson 8 Data Structure Lesson 9 Advanced Array Structure Lesson 10 The Repeated Application Lesson 11 Problem Analysis
Scratch Game Design 202 Students continue to apply what they have learned, and learn more advanced programming principles as they complete Cannon Crasher, the projectile physics game, and build a brand new top-down side scrolling adventure. In Cannon Crasher, they complete the game by adding impulses, setting angles, trajectories and programming collisions. In Dragon Attack, students define multiple levels, multiple lives and program a boss enemy, while learning about variables and cloning. Topics Covered: Events, keyboard and mouse interaction, conditional loops, nested loops, sending and receiving messages, fluid motion, parallax scrolling, local and global variables, functions, and object cloning. Requirement: 6rd to 8th grade Able to
Scratch Game Design 201 A fast-paced introduction to programming for students in grades 6-8. Introduce programming fundamentals to your class as they build two arcade-inspired games from start to finish. In Cannon Crasher, a physics game, they harness the power of the physics engine to program realistic jumps, projectiles, and bouncing balls. The Adventure Game features a knight who has to defeat enemies to reach treasure. Students program arrow keys, fluid motion, hero and enemy behavior, and winning conditions. Topics Covered: Events, keyboard and mouse interaction, conditional loops, nested loops, functions, and sending and receiving messages. Basic physics programming such as gravity, bounding boxes, bouncing, projectiles, impulses,
Game Design Studio Level 2 Learn to plan and design a variety of game types. Over the course of a week, you will design and build 2D platformers, top-down RPGs, side scrollers, and physics-based games. Students learn a foundation of programming basics and apply them as they build a different class of game each day. Use the level editor to create a physics game like Angry Birds and design platformer and top-down worlds. At the end of the week, 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.