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  class   grade   time   teacher   description
   Architecture4Kids 2      6-8    12:45 - 1:30    Greg Gurevich      Fall 18

The class offers students a chance to get to know some of the significant buildings and architects in the world, become familiar with some architectural styles, understand how architecture incorporates art, math, science, nature and critical thinking, and have a chance to work on their own projects and create their own designs.

We will also look into the subject from age appropriate mathematical point of view: how to calculate some basic structures, area, and volume, how architects calculate how many people are allowed in a building, how stairs are calculated, and how to calculate the life-cycle cost of construction from an energy point o view. 
   English 6      5-6    9:50 - 10:35    Aidan O Connor      Fall 18

English 6 will be reading and writing enhancement course based on the sixth-grade level. The class may also be feasible for advanced 5th-grade students.

The Reading aspect of the course will be roughly 1/3 non-fiction material and 2/3 fiction material. It will focus on building advanced comprehension skills such as identifying motifs, arguments, theses, and the author\'s inspirations and goals. The writing aspect of the course will split its focus between persuasive, fact-based writing and creative, personal-based writing.

Assignments will include persuasive essays, research essays, personal essays, literary-response essays, and a small amount of poetry. The first half of the course will lean towards persuasive, fact-based writing (research papers, persuasive writing) and will move to more creative processes in the second half.

Expect 1-2 hours of homework per week, mostly writing based. Feel free to contact me with any questions about the course. 
   Math 6B Std      6    11:50 - 1:20    Liudmila Bakunets      Fall 18

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Fall 18

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Primary Math 6B STD 
   Math 6B US      6    10:40 - 12:10    Edward Moubarak      Fall 18

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Primary 6B US ED 
   Math 7      7    9:00 -- 10:30    Edward Moubarak      Fall 18

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New Elementary math.Syllabus D1 
   Math 7-1      8    12:45 - 2:15    Svetlana Fadeeva      Fall 18


Algebraic Expressions and Equations
Rate, Ratio and Percentage
Negative Numbers
Square and Cube Roots
Rational and Irrational Numbers
Financial Transaction (Profit and Loss,
Simple and Compound Interest, Hire Purchase, Taxation and Money Exchange)
Line and Rotational Symmetry. Symmetry of Solid Figures
Angle Properties of a Polygon
Volume, Surface Area and Density
Similarity and Congruence. Scale Drawing

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New Elementary Math. Syllabus D2 
   Math 8      7-8    9:00 - 10:30    Liudmila Bakunets      Fall 18


Algebraic Expressions and Equations
Rate, Ratio and Percentage
Negative Numbers
Square and Cube Roots
Rational and Irrational Numbers
Financial Transaction (Profit and Loss,
Simple and Compound Interest, Hire Purchase, Taxation and Money Exchange)
Line and Rotational Symmetry. Symmetry of Solid Figures
Angle Properties of a Polygon
Volume, Surface Area and Density
Similarity and Congruence. Scale Drawing

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New Elementary Math. Syllabus D2 
   Programming_And_Imagination SQL      6-8    11:30 - 12:15    Sergey Binder      Fall 18


Each student in this class uses​ ​registered personally for him/her sub-domain and FTP account.​ ​Each student creates and deploys on the server the web pages that are accessible from over the world.

- ​ ​Internet. Network and protocols.

- Introduction to HTML

- Using subdomain and online FTP client

- HTML tags. HTML page structure

- Text, lists, images on the page.

- Tables. Formatting Tables.

- Forms.

- Iframes

- tag

- CSS. CSS Rules

- Using CSS files. Classes.

- Decoration with CSS. Shadow, Radius

- Color. Website palette

- Text formatting

- Boxes

- Layout

- CSS menu and submenu

- Transform and transition

- Embedded video

- Audio


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   Russian 6/7      5-6    12:45 - 1:30    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 18

This course designed for students of age ten and older. The greatest focus will be on reading comprehension, both on Russian classical and contemporary works of literature, including Alexander Kuprin\'s \"White Poodle,\" Anton Chekhov\'s \"Kashtanka,\" stories by Vladimir Garshin and Anatoly Aleksin.

Together we will understand and analyze texts to broaden our knowledge of different characters, events, and countries. We will compare our experiences with those of the past to develop our analytical abilities and emotional connectivity

A grammatical portion of the course will deepen knowledge of case system of nouns and practice of their usage with adjectives. There will be quizzes on reading and vocabulary. Students will learn Cyrillic typing.

There will be an introduction to figurative language skills, including similes, metaphors, hyperbole, personification, and idioms. So, the students will explore the choice of words and tone writers use to evoke emotions. 
   Russian 8      6-7    10:40 -- 11:40    Antonina Lifshits      Fall 18

In this class, we\'ll be trying to combine learning Russian Language and study Russian Literature. We intend to refresh grammar from 5 to 7 grades and continue focusing on punctuation and constructing complex sentences. In the \"literature\" part of the curriculum, we\'ll study Russian literature as well as literature in Russian translation.

Russian 8 during this year will incorporate two interesting projects co-piloted by a renowned translator of children books Ms. Olga Bukhina and a publisher Mr. Ilya Bernstein. The first project will focus on translations, while the second will help our students to write and publish their own \"books\" based on family archives and memoirs of the family members. 
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests 19      7    10:40 -- 12:40    Aidan O Connor      Fall 18

The curriculum includes a complete topics coverage as well as systematic SHSAT preparation. The primary goal of the course is to make sure that students have an academic knowledge of Math and ELA and the skills needed to succeed on the exam. It begins on October 27th.

Vital practice questions that cover all tested material
Proven score-raizing strategies with an emphasis on improving math and verbal skills
100 most important math concepts covered on the exam
Full-length practice tests and the most up-to-date information about the test