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This portion of ELA will focus on basic reading, writing and linguistic / communication skills.

Jr High Students will be challenged and asked questions that push them to refer back to what they’ve read. This stresses critical-thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills that are required for success in college, career, and life.

High school ELA students are required to read stories and literature, as well as more complex texts that provide facts and background knowledge in areas such as science and social studies. Students will then be challenged and asked questions that push them to refer back to what they’ve read.

English 101 tutors will have a strong focus on high school students taking an Advanced Placement English course and first-year college students. Primary focus is on the three stages of writing (prewriting, writing, and rewriting); writing essays in various modes; grammar review etc.

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Learning a new language introduces learners to diverse cultures and a range of ways of expression and communication with other speakers of the foreign language in a variety of contexts. It also enhances literacy development in both the official language(s) and the foreign language.

Learning a new language introduces learners to diverse cultures and a range of ways of expression and communication with other speakers of the foreign language in a variety of contexts. It also enhances literacy development in both the official language(s) and the foreign language.

Learning a new language introduces learners to diverse cultures and a range of ways of expression and communication with other speakers of the foreign language in a variety of contexts. It also enhances literacy development in both the official language(s) and the foreign language.

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Whether it’s American History, World History, or European History – the study of past events and historical data is vital for understanding past events, people, and cultures.

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Primary Objectives:

- Numbers (whole numbers, fractions, calculating devices)
- Shape and Space (lines, angles, directions, two-dimensional shapes, three-dimensional shapes)
- Measurement (money, weight, time, length, perimeter, area, volume, speed)
- Basic Algebra (algebraic symbols, equations)

Algebra I

Primary Objectives:

- Determine the domain and range of a functional relationship.
- Identify the slope and y-intercept of a linear function.
- Create absolute value equations to model and solve problems.
- Solve a system of linear equations using substitution.
- Evaluate a quadratic function using tables, graphs, and equations.
- Make reasonable estimates using rational and irrational numbers.
- Accurately simplify numerical expressions containing square roots.
- Successfully find common monomial factors of polynomials.

Algebra II

Primary Objectives:

- Evaluate sums, differences, products, and quotients of functions.
- Use the discriminant to determine the number and type of roots of a quadratic equation.
- Determine the roots of and factor a polynomial function.
- Graph rational functions that have only vertical or horizontal asymptotes.
- Write one-variable radical inequalities to model problems.
- Solve logarithmic expressions by converting between logarithmic and exponential forms.
- Compare sine, cosine, and tangent values for angles having the same reference angle.
- Analyze a function rule or graph to determine transformations of the parent function.

Primary Objectives:

- Define sets of numbers
- Simplify expressions using order of operations
- Apply the properties of exponents to simplify and evaluate expressions
- Apply the properties of rational exponents to simplify and evaluate expressions
- Factor polynomials
- Solve linear equations and inequalities
- Solve quadratic equations and inequalities

Primary Objectives:

- Find limits of functions (graphically, numerically and algebraically)
- Analyze and apply the notions of continuity and differentiability to algebraic and transcendental functions.
- Determine derivatives by a variety of techniques including explicit differentiation, implicit differentiation, and logarithmic differentiation. Use these derivatives to study the characteristics of curves. Determine derivatives using implicit differentiation and use to study characteristics of a curve.
- Construct detailed graphs of nontrivial functions using derivatives and limits.
- Use basic techniques of integration to find particular or general antiderivatives.
- Demonstrate the connection between area and the definite integral.
- Apply the Fundamental theorem of calculus to evaluate definite integrals.
- Use differentiation and integration to solve real world problems such as rate of change, optimization, and area problems.

Primary Objectives:

- Be able to restate an investigative question in terms of a statistical model or algorithm
- Verbally communicate statistical results clearly to a non-technical audience.
- Successfully relate theoretical concepts to a real-world problem in a written report
- Demonstrate the ability to find appropriate research literature appropriate to the investigative task
- Demonstrate that they can carry out a statistical analysis appropriate to the investigative question(s)
- Provide reproducible statistical analyses using accepted practices of the research community
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate statistical results verbally and in writing to both technical and non-technical audiences

Primary objectives:

- Use degrees and radians to measure angles
- Convert angles from degrees to radians and vice versa
- Compute the length of a circular arc given the radius and the interior angle (s = rθ)
- Apply the concepts of linear and angular speed to solve problems concerning motion on a circular

path

This college level course offers lessons anywhere from integrals to parametric and vector functions. What’s more than learning about differential equations?

This college level course focuses on the multi-variable topics such as three-dimensional vector calculus, double and tripe integrals, and vectors / geometry of space.

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Piano lessons will focus on technique, repertoire, sight reading, aural, and theory.

The ukulele provides an affordable, accessible way for students to learn the fundamentals of music through fun, engaging, performance-based activities. Through this online teaching experience, students will learn the basics of melody, harmony, rhythm and musical notation within a meaningful context.

Finger placement, strumming, and chord placement are among the few things that are taught during this musical upbeat acoustic guitar lesson!

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Primary Objectives:

- Accurately explain the characteristics of living things
- Describe the energy flow between organisms in an ecosystem
- Define the human impact on the environment
- Recognizes the scientific difference between living and nonliving things
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of DNA and genetics
- Understands the differences in blood types
- Knows how to conduct a dissection
- Understands the molecular basis of heredity
- Understand and describe the fossil record

Primary Objectives:

- Describe heterogeneous mixtures, including suspensions and colloids
- Use the periodic table to identify trends in electronegativity and electron affinity
- Design and conduct an experiment to test the properties of substances
- Write equilibrium expressions, and use them to calculate the equilibrium constant for reactions
- Interpret the behavior of ideal gases in terms of kinetic-molecular theory, including diffusion and effusion
- Describe how to measure pH with indicators and meters
- Explain and compare fission and fusion reactions
- Identify which household chemicals are dangerous to keep together or mix

Primary Objectives:

- Describe the scientific method as applied in the earth sciences
- Describe common earth materials and their relationship to natural hazards; and
- Explain how Earth and Solar System processes create hazards to life and property
- Describe and explain the most common methods used to mitigate and prepare for each type of hazardous natural process; and
- Explain the causes and effects of global climate change

Primary Objectives:

- Understand how systems in the natural world are interconnected
- Examine the natural cycles of energy flow and evaluating how human interaction affects these cycles
- Model real-world situations and recognizing possible consequences of specific actions
- Interpret evidence and learning to report on environmental conditions and hazards

Primary objectives include the understanding of the following:

- One and two-dimensional motion
- Newton’s laws and their applications in nature
- Work and energy
- Electricity
- Magnetism
- Momentum
- Periodic motion
- Waves
- Optics

Elementary science is the beginning of a student’s journey to understanding the scientific method which includes finding a problem, forming a hypothesis, experimenting, and then forming conclusions.

Jr High science has a strong focus on the exploration of matter and its properties. The student will learning about chemical properties/states, chemical reactions, and begin to learn about the periodic table.

Bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa are among the many microorganisms that are learned about during this course.

This subject focuses on the study of how animals work and their biological processes. Tutors will focus on animal behavior, metabolism, ecosystems, and hormones throughout this lesson.

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