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North Wales / Lansdale Campus  

       1256 Welsh Road, Suite 100, North Wales, PA 19454   /   (215) 699-8734

Upper Darby / Bryn Mawr Campus  

       60A Garrett Road, 2nd Floor, Upper Darby, PA 19082   /   (610) 713-9990

Wayne / Chesterbrook Campus

       1708 E. Lancaster Ave,  Paoli,  PA 19301  /   (215) 983-8499

The AP Academy

Accelerated Prep Courses & Tutoring

 Class Schedule

       Review Course (4wks): June 15 - July 9, 2020  

       Future Prep Course (6wks): July 13 - August 20, 2020  

                                                       * Entering Grade 1-6 as of September 2020

Class Description  

Date

9:10 - 10:10 am

10:20 - 11:20 am

11:30 - 12:30 pm

MON

TUE

WED

THU

• English and Math levels are determined by student’s placement test scores.

• Schedules subject to change depending on The AP Academy’s schedule.

 

Writing - l, ll, lll

POWER READING

Fiction & Non-Fiction Reading, Academic Vocabulary

Reading - l, ll, lll

Narrative Persuasive, opinion, and poetry using the writing process

Common Core Math,

Enrichment Math

Math - l, ll, lll

Reading - Ⅰ

Writing - Ⅱ

Math - Ⅲ

2020 Summer Kids Academy Camp

Benefits of Participating in our Summer Camp 

: Students have chances to

 

 

Academic

 Study interesting topics at an in-depth level beyond the school curriculum

 Boost academic motivation and goals at a safe and structured atmosphere

 Participate in hands-on and academic activities

 

Social

 Build rapport through peer group activities

 Meet classmates across different schools, states and countries

 Give and justify their opinions about interesting issues through in depth

   discussion and group projects with small groups

 

Personal

 Improve self-esteem through accomplishing goals and collaborative rapport

 Discover their learning styles and build orientation optimization

 

Reading - Ⅲ

Writing - Ⅰ

Math - Ⅱ

Reading - Ⅱ

Writing - Ⅲ

Math - Ⅰ

Reading - Ⅰ

Writing - Ⅱ

Math - Ⅲ

Reading - Ⅲ

Writing - Ⅰ

Math - Ⅱ

Reading - Ⅱ

Writing - Ⅲ

Math - Ⅰ

Reading - Ⅰ

Writing - Ⅱ

Math - Ⅲ

Reading - Ⅰ

Writing - Ⅱ

Math - Ⅲ

Reading - Ⅲ

Writing - Ⅰ

Math - Ⅱ

Reading - Ⅲ

Writing - Ⅰ

Math - Ⅱ

Reading - Ⅱ

Writing - Ⅲ

Math - Ⅰ

Reading - Ⅱ

Writing - Ⅲ

Math - Ⅰ

The goal of this class is to review, reinforce and introduce reading skills and strategies used by effective readers, vocabulary development is taught.

Students will be assigned reading projects and homework. Quizzes and tests (midterm and final) will be administered.  Report cards will be distributed at the midterm and at the conclusion of the term.

Students read nonfiction text to build background knowledge and realistic and historical fiction.

Documents are also used to introduce information.

 

Power Reading I : Students read and learn about;

  1. United States' symbols, famous people, and famous places.

  2. Science topics

 

Power Reading II : Students read and learn about;

  1. the government of the United States

  2. the regions of the United States.

 

Power Reading III : Students read and learn about a historical era of the United States.: Students explore literary themes.

The AP Academy teaches Common Core math, that USA Education Department recently implemented as a standard math technique for the states. Students will review and learn new concepts.

The goal of this class is to review, reinforce and introduce math skills and strategies.

Students will be assigned homework. Quizzes and tests (midterm and final) will be administered. Report cards will be distributed at the midterm and at the conclusion of the term.

 

Learning activities will include;

1. Instruction and ongoing practice to promote speed and accuracy.

2. Problem Solving - including practice expressing mathematical ideas and solutions in written form.

   (a skill that is assessed on standardized test)

3. Games will be played to practice skills and to promote strategies thinking

4. Manipulative used.

 

Everyday Mathematices (The University of Chicago School Mathematics Project) series is used in many of our student's schools. Vocabulary, algorithms, and strategies used in the series will be used in class)

The main goal of this class is to supply the students with effective writing techniques and skills to produce clear and informed written pieces. The students will focus on responding to various prompts and instructions while writing appropriately to the intended audience.

Students will be assigned writing projects throughout the semester. Midterm and final writing pieces will be administered. Feedback and scores will be given for every piece.

 

The topics reviewed and introduced in class include:

1. Persuasive, informative, and explanatory writing

2. Figurative language terms

3. The brainstorming, outlining, writing, and proofreading process

4. Personal versus factual writing

5. Grammar, spelling, and punctuation exercises

Tuition

 

Review (4wks): $800

Future Preparation (6wks): $1,200

Combined (10wks): $1,800