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    • 6th Grade Language Arts Course
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    • Objectives: Read, analyze, and respond to a variety of texts from different genres with different purposes, audiences, tone, and structure. Use a variety of thinking strategies to understand, analyze, and create texts for personal enrichment, inquiry, and problem solving. Collect, analyze, and cite specific evidence to create logical thought-out responses. Obtain, analyze, and synthesize information from a variety of resources…
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    • 6th Grade Math Course
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    • Students will learn how to connect ratio and rate to whole number multiplication and division and using concepts of ratio and rate to solve problems. Complete understanding of division of fractions and extending the notion of number to the system of rational numbers, which includes negative numbers. Write, interpret, and use expressions and equations. Develop understanding of statistical thinking. Additionally,…
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    • 7th Grade Math Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • Students will develop understanding of and applying proportional relationships. Develop understanding of operations with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations. Solve problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, and working with two- and three-dimensional shapes to solve problems involving area, surface area, and volume. Drawing inferences about populations based on samples.
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    • 8th Grade Math Course
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    • Formulating and reasoning about expressions and equations, including modeling an association in bivariate data with a linear equation, and solving linear equations and systems of linear equations. Grasping the concept of a function and using functions to describe quantitative relationships. Analyzing two- and three-dimensional space and figures using distance, angle, similarity, and congruence, and understanding and applying the Pythagorean Theorem.
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    • AP Chinese Course
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    • The AP Chinese Language and Culture course is designed to be comparable to fourth semester college/university courses in Mandarin Chinese, or the point at which students would typically complete about 250 hours of college-level instruction. Course Type: Synchronous (Live Online Class)  
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    • AP Latin Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • This course will follow the syllabus for the Vergil/Caesar Advanced Placement Exam as outlined by the College Board (apcentral.collegeboard.com).  The aim of this course is in general conformity with college Latin studies in the fourth through sixth semesters.
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    • AP Physics
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    • Students will be taught the six big ideas that are a combination of foundational principles of physics and essential science principles to support student conceptual learning of physics as it relates to real world scenarios.
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    • AP Statistics Course
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    • AP Statistics course will introduce major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students who successfully complete the course and examination may receive credit and/or advanced placement for a one-semester introductory college statistics course.
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    • ASL 1 Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • The purpose of ASL 1 is to provide a foundation of signing production and comprehension. The first year students will be able to communicate and interact within the context of a variety of everyday situations such as family, school life, eating, shopping, and traveling.
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    • ASL 2 Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • The purpose of ASL 2 is predicated on an increased upward trajectory of signing production and comprehension, and an introduction of the ASL gloss. Through the second year students will increase their communication and interaction within the context of a variety of everyday situations such as family, school life, eating, shopping, and traveling.
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    • ASL 4 Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • ASL 4 is demanding and requires the maximum effort from students by engaging their internal motivation and promoting a critical and reflective view of their ASL skill. This course is detail oriented and advances the instructional ASL component delving into ASL expressive Language and the development of receptive expressive skills.
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    • Chinese 1 Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • Chinese 1 is part of a four-course series that takes students from novice through the upper intermediate level of proficiency in Mandarin Chinese.  Through the four levels, students will be provided a foundation of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, writing, and speaking in modern standard Chinese so that they are able to communicate and interact within the context of a variety…
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    • Chinese 1 Full Course Special
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • Chinese 1 is part of a four-course series that takes students from novice through the upper intermediate level of proficiency in Mandarin Chinese.  Through the four levels, students will be provided a foundation of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, writing, and speaking in modern standard Chinese so that they are able to communicate and interact within the context of a variety…
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    • Chinese 2 Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • Chinese 2 will anticipate an increased introduction of Chinese characters and demands for textual literacy. Thematic units for Chinese 2 include Shopping, Health/Fitness, Where Things Are, School Life, Weather/Seasons, and Transportation. By the end of the full year, students are expected to learn to speak and read approximately 600 new words/phrases, and learn to write approximately 300 words.
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    • Chinese 3 Course
    • From: $40.00 / month for 9 months
    • Disclaimer: All summer courses must be completed by August 5th Chinese 3 introduces more advanced and literary levels of Chinese words to allow students to communicate at an abstract level. Longer and authentic texts such as emails are also included in the course to let students practice how to correspond and express their opinions in Chinese.
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