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2022 Summer Courses

SAT Boot Camp

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SAT Boot Camp

Weekday Class

7/5 - 8/5

Mon - Fri

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


Target Test: August & October

English:
Tuesday & Thursday

Math:
Wednesday & Friday

Mock Test:
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM 
(7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1)

Vocabulary Test:
Tuesday-Friday, 12:30 - 1:00 PM

SAT Boot Camp

Weekend Class

6/18 - 8/21

Sat & Sun

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Target Test: August & October

English:
Sunday

Math:
Saturday

Mock Test:
Tuesday, 4:00 - 7:00 pm
(6/28, 7/12, 7/26, 8/9)

Vocabulary Test:
Saturday & Sunday 12:00 - 12:30 PM

SAT English 

Extensions


TBD

Target Test: October

Math Courses

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AP Cal BC

7/5 - 8/4

Mon, Tue, Thur

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Covered Topics:

* Limits and Their Properties

* Differentiation

* Applications of Differentiation

* Integration

* Applications of Integration

* Integration Techniques

* Differential Equations

* Improper Integrals

* Infinite Sequences and Series

* Parametric Equations

* Polar Equations

* Vectors


AP Cal AB

7/5 - 8/4

Mon, TueThur

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Covered Topics:

* Functions and Limits

* Derivatives

* Applications of Differentiation

* Integrals

* Applications of Integrations

* Inverse Functions

* Techniques of Integration

* Further Applications of Integration

* Differential Equations

Math Workshop

Algebraic Operation

7/11 - 8/5

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Designed for students who complete Algebra I or a high-level course but need to improve their algebraic operation skills. Or students who wish to skip CEI TBT I class


Topics Covered:

Multi-step equation and inequalities

Absolute value equation and inequalities

Factoring

Exponent properties

Radical expression and equation

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Pre-Calculus (H)

7/5 - 8/4

Mon, Tue, Thu

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Topics Covered:

* Functions and their Graphs

* Polynomial Functions

* Rational Functions

* Exponential and growth and decay

* Logarithmic Functions

* Trigonometric Functions

* Analytic Trigonometry

* Applications of Trigonometry

* Analytic Geometry in Space

* Discrete Mathematics

* Limits

Algebra 2 & Trig

6/13 - 7/1

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Topics Covered:

* Linear Functions and Linear System

* Quadratic Functions

* Complex Numbers

* Polynomial Functions

* Radical Functions

* Rational Functions

* Exponential and Logarithmic 

* Rational Functions

* Trigonometric Functions

* Sequences and Series

* Probability

Geometry

6/13 - 7/1

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Topics Covered:

* Basics of Geometry

* Reasoning and Proofs 

* Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

* Transformations

* Congruent Triangles

* Relationships Within Triangles

* Quadrilaterals and Other Polygons

* Similarity

* Trigonometry

* Circles

* Surface Area and Volume

* Probability

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Algebra 1

7/11 - 8/5

Mon, Tue, Wed. Thu, Fri

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Topics Covered:

* Foundations for Algebra

Functions, and Graph Interpreting

Linear Function and Linear Models

Exponent Rules and Expression

Exponential Functions

Transformations of Functions

Introduction to Polynomials

Factoring and Quadratic Formula

Quadratic Functions

Inverse Functions

Radical Function

Course 3 (G8) Math

7/11 - 8/5

Mon, Tue, Wed. Thu, Fri

9:00 AM - 10:30 PM

Topics Covered:

* Equation, and Inequalities

* Proportion and Non-Proportion

* Linear Relationship

* Systems of Equations

* Functions

* Angles and Similarity

* Square Roots 

* Pythagorean Theorem

* Property of Exponents

Course 2 (G7) Math

6/13 - 7/8

Mon, Tue, Wed. Thu, Fri

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Topics Covered:

* Operation with Integers 

* Operation Rational Numbers

* Expression, Equation, and Inequalities

* Ratio, Rates, Proportions

* Percents

* Coordinate Plane

* Similarity and Transformations

* Area of figures

* Surface Areas and Volume of Solids, 

* Statistical and Data Analysis

* Probability

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Course 1 (G6) Math

6/13 - 7/8

Mon, Tue, Wed. Thu, Fri

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Topics Covered:

* Numerical Expression and Factors

* Fractions and Decimals

* Algebraic Expression and Properties

* Areas of Polygons

* Ratio and Rates

* Integers and the Coordinate Plane

* Equations and Inequalities

* Surface Area and Volume

* Statistical Measures and Data Displays

G5 Math

Section 1: 6/13 - 7/8

Section 2: 7/11 - 8/5 

Mon & Wed

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

The contents in June and July sessions are different. A review of June session contents will be included in the July session. Students can choose to attend either one or both sessions.


This course provides students an early-start preparation on the G5 Math Placement Test. The students will be instructed and given practice in basic algebraic calculation and problem-solving strategies of word problems. The curriculum is aligned with G5 Common Core standards in developing fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions, decimals, and complicated operation questions. Our instructor will provide efficient methods for problem solutions. After-class practice and in-class quizzes will be assigned to monitor students' learning progress.

G4 Math

Section 1: 6/13 - 7/8

Section 2: 7/11 - 8/5 

Mon & Wed

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

The contents in June and July sessions are different. A review of June session contents will be included in the July session. Students can choose to attend either one or both sessions.


This math course focuses on fully grasping the basic operations of math: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Utilizing manipulative, the class will work to discover patterns. It will then aid in understanding the concepts of the basic algebraic operation which they will then apply to figure out the multi-digit problems. In addition, the course concentrates on the training of word problems, with practice and explanation. There will be daily math practice homework.

English Courses

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AP Literature 

Section 2

G9 - G10

7/11 - 8/5

Tue & Thu

6:15 PM - 7:45 PM


Contents are different in these two sessions. Students can choose to attend either one of them or both.


This summer course is designed to help prepare your child to meet the reading analysis and rigorous academic writing criteria their impending AP English classes will demand. In short, the material being used in these sessions is based on a highly concentrated exposure, practice, and assessment of the major skills required in Honors 10th grade, AP Language, and AP Literature English curriculum. Every class will consist of focused lectures, on-demand writing, analyzing literature, editing & revising sessions, studying essential literary terms, and strong essay organization. In addition to the daily skills covered, they will be asked to participate and work on literary analysis and writing assignments that relate to the skills & topics discussed in class. As we live in uncertain times in education, it is best that students get accustomed to taking part & actively participate in distant learning and it starts here at CEI.




AP Literature 

Section 1

G9 - G10

6/13 - 7/8

Tue & Thu

6:15 PM - 7:45 PM


Contents are different in these two sessions. Students can choose to attend either one of them or both.


This summer course is designed to help prepare your child to meet the reading analysis and rigorous academic writing criteria their impending AP English classes will demand. In short, the material being used in these sessions is based on a highly concentrated exposure, practice, and assessment of the major skills required in Honors 10th grade, AP Language, and AP Literature English curriculum. Every class will consist of focused lectures, on-demand writing, analyzing literature, editing & revising sessions, studying essential literary terms, and strong essay organization. In addition to the daily skills covered, they will be asked to participate and work on literary analysis and writing assignments that relate to the skills & topics discussed in class. As we live in uncertain times in education, it is best that students get accustomed to taking part & actively participate in distant learning and it starts here at CEI.

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G7/8 Section 2

Reading & Writing

7/11 - 8/5

Tue & Thu

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Contents are different in these two sessions. 

Students may attend either or both classes.


This course is designed to not only supplement their English workload from school but also to further advance their close-reading & writing abilities.  We will be reading & writing, on average, between 2 - 3 non-fiction articles in class. Essay writing prompts will be given as homework to provide the appropriate rigor of the normal class workload.


Materials: (We will provide the materials)

Writer's Choice Composition Practice Book

Writer's Choice Grammar Practice Book


G7/8 Section 1

Reading & Writing

6/13 - 7/8

Tue & Thu

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Contents are different in these two sessions. 

Students may attend either or both classes.


This course is designed to not only supplement their English workload from school but also to further advance their close-reading & writing abilities.  We will be reading & writing, on average, between 2 - 3 non-fiction articles in class. Essay writing prompts will be given as homework to provide the appropriate rigor of the normal class workload.


Materials: (We will provide the materials)

Writer's Choice Composition Practice Book

Writer's Choice Grammar Practice Book


G5/6 Section 2

Reading & Writing

7/11 - 8/5

Tue & Thu

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM


Contents are different in these two sessions.

Students may attend either or both classes.


Designed to provide supplemental at & above grade level work for language arts.  The course will cover close reading strategies (annotating), in-class writing, grammar, and vocabulary work. Different types of writing include Descriptive Writing, Personal/Narrative Writing, Coherent Writing, Expository and Persuasive Writing. Additional homework will be assigned after each class.


Materials: (We will provide the materials)

Writer's Choice Grade 6

Composition Practice Book

Grammar Practice Book

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G5/6 Section 1

Reading & Writing

6/13 - 7/8

Tue & Thu

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM


Contents are different in these two sessions.

Students may attend either or both classes.



This course derives from a 6th-grade curriculum that will help your child further advance his or her reading and writing skills. The summer session is strategically divided into two parts: Part 1 focuses on the personal writing unit; one of the most commonly used units in middle school. This includes: writing a description, a letter, and a narrative. A research project/presentation will be due in the last class. Part 2 will primarily focus on expository--the formal aspect of writing. This entails writing a comparison and contrast work and a book report. In addition to the writing units, the class will cover revisions, vocabulary, and grammar.




Materials: (We will provide the materials)

Writer's Choice Grade 6

Composition Practice Book

Grammar Practice Book


G4 Section 2

Reading & Writing

7/11 - 8/5

Tue & Thu

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Contents are different in these two sessions.

Students may attend either or both classes.


This course contains the training of students' reading comprehension and writing skills. Students will complete two fiction books each session. Our instructor provides the group discussion and short response writing practice during class time. With the guidance, students deeply understand the article/story contents and master the basic annotating skills. In terms of writing, students will complete summaries, narrative and informative essays. Sentence and paragraph structure will be emphasized. Grammar and spelling will be worked on as needed throughout the course. There will be homework each week.

G4 Section 1

Reading & Writing

6/13 - 7/8

Tue & Thu

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Contents are different in these two sessions.

Students may attend either or both classes.


This course contains the training of students' reading comprehension and writing skills. Students will complete two fiction books each session. Our instructor provides the group discussion and short response writing practice during class time. With the guidance, students deeply understand the article/story contents and master the basic annotating skills. In terms of writing, students will complete summaries, narrative and informative essays. Sentence and paragraph structure will be emphasized. Grammar and spelling will be worked on as needed throughout the course. There will be homework each week.