Class Descriptions

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English

Grammar

Writing

Fridays, 5pm-6pm PST (Jan 15-Feb 19)

[FULL] 

GRADES 1-3 

This class serves as an intro to structuring sentences by learning the different parts of speech. There will be 10 classes on nouns, verbs, articles, adjectives, adverbs, direct objects, indirect objects, predicate nominatives, predicate adjectives, and interjections. Homework will be assigned after every class since mastery of the previous concept is required in order to understand the concepts taught in later classes. Tutors may also play games in class to keep students engaged with these concepts.

 

Sundays, 11am-12pm PST (Jan 10-Feb 21) [FULL]

GRADES 4-6 There will be 10 classes on the following topics: nouns, verbs, adverbs & adjectives, direct & indirect objects, predicate adjectives & nominatives, articles & interjections, sentence types & clauses, conjunctions, subordinate clauses, prepositions & prepositional phrases. Homework will be assigned after every class since mastery of the previous concept is required in order to understand the concepts taught in later classes. Tutors may also play games in class to keep students engaged with these concepts.

Saturdays, 5pm-6pm PST (Feb 27 - April 3) [Grades 3-5]

Fridays, 2:30pm-3:30pm PST

(Feb 26-April 2) [Grades K-2]

Extracurriculars

Art Club

Wednesdays,4pm-5pm PST (Jan 13-Feb 24)

GRADES K-2 [FULL]

In Art Club, students will be guided through new art projects each week. The students will be introduced to basic art concepts, elements of art, and principles of designs. The purpose of this class is for students to have fun experimenting with art using different materials at home! 

Thursdays, 5pm-6pm PST (Jan 14-Feb 25)

GRADES 3-5 [FULL]

In Art Club, students will be guided through new art projects each week. The students will be introduced to basic art concepts, elements of art, and principles of designs. The purpose of this class is for students to have fun experimenting with art using different materials at home!

Speech/Public Speaking

Fridays, 5pm-6pm PST (Feb 26-April 3)

GRADES 6-8

In this class, students will learn the fundamental concepts of public speaking and develop their confidence in speaking in front of an audience. Students will be taught how to construct a proper speech with the introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs in respective order. Different speech drills will be conducted with the students to increase their ability of impromptu speaking and to allow them to step outside of their comfort zone. By the end of the course, students will have gained confidence within their speaking skills and comfortable in public speaking.

Coding

HTML5/CSS3

Sunday, 11am PST (Feb 28 - Mar 28)

 

ALL GRADES This class introduces HTML and some CSS including headings, images, paragraphs, links, lists, and the basics of styling websites. Homework, which will be given after every class, requires the students to steadily build a part of their website using concepts taught in class that day. By the end of the course, the student will complete their website and present it to the class if they feel comfortable doing so..

Python

Sundays, 11am-12pm PST (Jan 10-Feb 21) [FULL]

 

ALL GRADES In this class students will learn the basics of Python, such as the different data types. We will also be coding a variety of games using Python. Homework may be given to test the student's proficiency in what they have learned during the class. At the end of the course, the student will be comfortable with coding in Python.

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