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Practical 4 Two Week Sessions starting 6/10

6/10 - 6/21

6/24 - 7/5

7/8 - 7/19

7/22 - 8/2

Curriculum


Windsor Education

Summer Camp 2013

臺北市士林區天母東路6-4號4樓

Science Topics

(02)2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com

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The goal of Windsor summer science classes is to teach concepts, experimental techniques, and lab report writing using a variety of interesting experiments. New experiment each class.

Grade 2 & 3

Session

Class

Science Topics

1

1

Slime

1

2

Vinyl strings

1

3

Food Science (Water and Oils)

1

4

Sound

2

1

Paint Chemistry

2

2

Silicon molds

2

3

Food Science (Solutions)

2

4

Soap

3

1

Momentum

3

2

Super absorbent Polymer

3

3

Lotions

3

4

Calcium Sulfate Chalk

4

1

Food Science (Foams)

4

2

Electricity

4

3

Polymer Plastic

4

4

Dry Ice


Summer Camp 2013

English Topics G oal

Windsor summer English builds skills in reading, vocabulary, writing, and speech.

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Grade 2 & 3

Writing classes follow a weekly cycle.

Day

Daily Plan

1

Reading and Vocabulary

2

Workbook and vocabulary test

3

Grammar Lesson and Story Outline

4

Story Writing

5

Speech

Summer Camp 2013

Math Topics

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Windsor summer math uses a leveled system for each grade. All students start at level 1 and complete as many levels as possible. Each level involves a couple of riddles, textbook material, and a quiz.

Grade 2 & 3 Level

Math topics

1

Place Values

2

Add to Solve Problems

3

Subtract to solve problems

4

Multiplication Concepts

5

Division Concepts

6

Patterns and Algebraic Thinking

7

Measurement: Length, Area, and Temperature

8

Measurement: Capacity, Volume, Time

9

Geometric Figures

10

Display Data


Windsor Education

Summer Camp 2013

臺北市士林區天母東路6-4號4樓

Science Topics

(02)2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com

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The goal of Windsor summer science classes is to teach concepts, experimental techniques, and lab report writing using an experiment each class.

Grade 4 & 5

Session

Class

Debate Topics

1

1

PVA Slime

1

2

Poly vinyl alcohol strings

1

3

Food Science (Water and Oils)

1

4

Traffic Light Chemical Reaction

1

5

Sound

1

6

Angular Momentum

2

1

Paint Chemistry

2

2

Silicon molds

2

3

Food Science (Solutions)

2

4

Soap

2

5

Ascorbic Acid Titration

2

6

Super absorbent Polymer

3

1

Creagel Emulsifier Lotion

3

2

Sodium Silicate Super Ball

3

3

Food Science (Foams)

3

4

Polymer Plastic

3

5

Electrodes and Electrolyte

3

6

Waxes

4

1

Calcium Sulfate

4

2

Static Electricity

4

3

Food Science (Starches)

4

4

Rechargeable Batteries

4

5

UV absorption and sun lotion

4

6

Dry Ice


Summer Camp 2013

Debate Format

Grade 4 & 5

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The goal of debate class is to teach students how to make formal arguments that support their point-of-view.

Two teams will be formed and presented with a question. After some initial research, they will begin debating according

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to the following format. Once completed, an assessment will be made of the team’s and individual efforts.

Time

Debate Topics

30 minutes

Research Topic

3 minutes

Team 1 Opening Statement

3 minutes

Team 2 Opening Statement

2 minutes

Team 1 Argument 1

2 minutes

Team 2 Argument 1

2 minutes

Team 1 Argument 2

2 minutes

Team 2 Argument 2

2 minutes

Team 1 Argument 3

2 minutes

Team 2 Argument 3

5 minutes

Rebuttal Conference

2 minutes

Team 1 Rebuttal 1

2 minutes

Team 2 Rebuttal 1

2 minutes

Team 1 Rebuttal 2

2 minutes

Team 2 Rebuttal 2

3 minutes

Team 1 Closing Arguments

3 minutes

Team 2 Closing Arguments

20 minutes

Summary and assessment


Windsor Education 臺北市士林區天母東路6-4號4樓 (02)2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com

Summer Camp 2013

Writing Topics Grade 4 & 5

Grade 4

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Windsor summer writing classes follow a weekly cycle. Each student completes an essay or story and presents it to their teacher and classmates. All work is edited and scored. Each session includes one essay and one creative story.

Level

Math topics

1

Place Values

2

Solving Addition and Subtraction Problems

3

Organize, Display, and Interpret Data

4

Applying Multiplication and Division Facts

5

Describe Algebraic Patterns

6

One-Digit Multiplication

7

Two-Digit Multiplication

8

Divide by One-Digit

9

Geometric Figures

10

Spatial Reasoning


Session

Week

Writing Topics

1

1

Cause and Effect (Writing, Editing, Speech)

1

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

2

1

Compare and Contrast (Writing, Editing, Speech)

2

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

3

1

News Article (Writing, Editing, Speech)

3

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

4

1

Descriptive Writing (Writing, Editing, Speech)

4

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

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Grade 5

Windsor summer math uses a leveled system for each grade. All students start at level 1 and complete as many levels as possible. Each level involves a couple of riddles, textbook material, and a quiz.

Level

Math topics

1

Place Values

2

Decimal Addition

3

Multiplication

4

Division

5

Algebraic Expressions

6

Equations and Functions

7

Display and Data Interpretation

8

Fractions Concepts

9

Factors

10

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Math Topics

Grade 4 & 5


Windsor Education

Summer Camp 2013

臺北市士林區天母東路6-4號4樓

Science Topics

(02)2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com

G oal

The goal of Windsor summer science classes is to teach concepts, experimental techniques, and lab report writing using new experiment each class.

Session

Class

Debate Topics

1

1

PVA Slime

1

2

Poly vinyl alcohol strings

1

3

Food Science (Water and Oils)

1

4

Traffic Light Chemical Reaction

1

5

Sound

1

6

Angular Momentum

2

1

Paint Chemistry

2

2

Silicon molds

2

3

Food Science (Solutions)

2

4

Soap

2

5

Ascorbic Acid Titration

2

6

Super absorbent Polymer

3

1

Creagel Emulsifier Lotion

3

2

Sodium Silicate Super Ball

3

3

Food Science (Foams)

3

4

Polymer Plastic

3

5

Electrodes and Electrolyte

3

6

Waxes

4

1

Calcium Sulfate

4

2

Static Electricity

4

3

Food Science (Starches)

4

4

Rechargeable Batteries

4

5

UV absorption and sun lotion

4

6

Dry Ice

Grade 6 & 7


Summer Camp 2013

Debate Format G oal

The goal of this class is to teach students how to make formal arguments that support their point-of-view.

Two teams will be formed and presented with a question. After some initial research, they will begin debating accord-

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Grade 6 & 7

ing to the following format. Once completed, an assessment will be made of the team’s and individual efforts.

Time

Debate Topics

30 minutes

Research Topic

3 minutes

Team 1 Opening Statement

3 minutes

Team 2 Opening Statement

2 minutes

Team 1 Argument 1

2 minutes

Team 2 Argument 1

2 minutes

Team 1 Argument 2

2 minutes

Team 2 Argument 2

2 minutes

Team 1 Argument 3

2 minutes

Team 2 Argument 3

5 minutes

Rebuttal Conference

2 minutes

Team 1 Rebuttal 1

2 minutes

Team 2 Rebuttal 1

2 minutes

Team 1 Rebuttal 2

2 minutes

Team 2 Rebuttal 2

3 minutes

Team 1 Closing Arguments

3 minutes

Team 2 Closing Arguments

20 minutes

Summary and assessment


Windsor Education 臺北市士林區天母東路6-4號4樓 (02)2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com

Summer Camp 2013

Writing Topics Grade 6 & 7

Grade 6

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Windsor summer writing classes follow a weekly cycle. Each student completes an essay or story and presents it to their teacher and classmates. All work is edited and scored. Each session includes one essay and one creative story.

Level

Math topics

1

Whole Number Patterns

2

Intro to Algebra

3

Decimals

4

Number Theory and Fractions

5

Describe Algebraic Patterns

6

Fraction Operations

7

Proportional Relationships

8

Geometric Relationships

9

Measurement and Geometry

10

Area and Volume


Session

Week

Writing Topics

1

1

Cause and Effect (Writing, Editing, Speech)

1

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

2

1

Compare and Contrast (Writing, Editing, Speech)

2

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

3

1

News Article (Writing, Editing, Speech)

3

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

4

1

Descriptive Writing (Writing, Editing, Speech)

4

2

Creative Story (Writing, Editing, Speech)

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Grade 7

Windsor summer math uses a leveled system for each grade. All students start at level 1 and complete as many levels as possible. Each level involves a couple of riddles, textbook material, and a quiz.

Level

Math topics

1

Algebraic Reasoning

2

Integers and Rational Numbers

3

Applying Rational Numbers

4

Proportional Relationships

5

Graphs and Functions

6

Percents

7

Displaying Data

8

Geometric Figures

9

Measurement and 2D Geometry

10

Measurement and 3D Geometry

Math Topics

Grade 6 & 7


Windsor Education

Summer Camp 2013

臺北市士林區天母東路6-4號4樓

Algebra Topics

(02)2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com

G oal

Windsor summer math uses a leveled system for each grade. All students start at level 1, and complete as many levels as possible.Each level involves textbook material, and quizes.

Level

Math topics

1

Foundations

2

Equations

3

Inequalities

4

Functions

5

Linear Functions

6

System of Equations

7

Exponents and Polynomiels

8

Factoring Polynomials

9

Factoring Polynomials

10

Probability

Grade 7 & 8


Summer Camp 2013

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The primary goal of expository writing is to deliver information about an issue, method, subject, or idea.

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Expository Writing Grade 7 & 8

Each week a new expository writing strategy will be assigned and completed. Formal grammar lessons will also be used to strengthen students’ writing fundamentals.

Session 1

Assignment

Week 1

Cause and Effect

Week 2

Analogy

Week 3

Comparison

Week 4

Analysis

Session 1

Assignment

Week 1

Classification

Week 2

Example

Week 3

Process Analysis

Week 4

Definition


Windsor Education

Summer Camp 2013

臺北市士林區天母東路6-4號4樓

Physics Topics

(02)2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com

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The goal of Windsor’s summer physics is to explain key textbook concepts and problem solving techniques while stimulating the learning process with interesting experiments.

Grade 9

Class

Chapter

Key concepts

June 10

2

Intro to physics, 1D motion (Speed lab)

June 12

3

2D motion (Projectile motion lab)

June 17

4

Forces (Friction lab)

June 19

5

Energy (Hooke’s law lab)

June 24

6

Momentum (Newton’s Cradle)

June 26

7

Gravity (Dart gun energy lab)

July 1

8

Heat (Calorimetry lab)

July 3

9

Test (Dry Ice)

Class

Chapter

Key concepts

July 8

16

Electric Forces (Static Electricity lab)

July10

17

Electric energy (Resistors and Capacitors)

July 15

18

Circuits and elements (Timer chip lab)

July 17

19

Magnetism (Magnetism lab)

July 22

11

Vibrations and waves (waves lab)

July 24

12

Sound (Sound lab)

July 29

13

Light and Reflection (Optics lab)

July 30

14

Test (Refraction lab)


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Chemistry Topics G oal

The goal of Windsor’s summer chemistry is to explain key textbook concepts and problem solving techniques while stimulating the learning process with interesting experiments.

Grade 9

Class

Chapter

Topic

Experiments

1

1&2

Structure of Atoms

Spectral tubes

2

3

Mole Concept and Stoichiometry

Acetic Acid Titration

3

4

Reactions in Aqueous Solutions

Metal Reactivity/Double Displacement Reaction

4

5

Electron Transfer Reactions

Potassium Permanganate/Chameleon Reaction

5

6

Thermochemistry

Calcium Chloride/Alloys

6

7

Electronic Structure

Magnets

7

8

Chemical Bonding

Surfactants

Review/Test

Food Chemistry

8 9

10

Gases

Dry Ice

10

13

Rates of Chemical Reactions

Catalysts/Blue Bottle Reaction

11

14

Chemical Equilibria

Sodium Silicate

12

15

Acid Base

PH Indicators

13

16

Acid Base

Potassium Bitartrate and sodium bicarbonate

14

17

Solubility

Potassium Nitrate

15

18

Electricity/Chemical Change

Electrodes and Electrolytes

Review/Test

Ascorbic acid Titration

16


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WINDSOR EDUCATION 台北市天母東路6-4號4樓(KFC樓上) 2874-9003 windsor.edu@me.com


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