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1) Spelling Bee Course (Grade JK-8)
This course is where students should start if they are interestered in competing in spelling bees,
or just want to improve their spelling skills. Students are placed into one of three groujps based on age
and ability. The curriculum focuses on etymology, roots, language patterns, vocabulary, memorization,
reading, and competition strategies.
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2) English Grammar and Writing Course (Grade JK-8)
Students interested in improving their basic writing skills are a perfect match for this course.
Students are placed into one of two groups based on age and ability. The curriculum focuses on grammar
basics and composition.
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3) Basic French Course (Grade JK-2)
French is the second language for most Canadian children. The curriculum focuses on French grammar basics, reading comprehension,
speaking, and writing. This course provides a great foundation for our French Grammar and Writing Course.
4) French Grammar and Writing Course (Grade 2-9)
French is the second language for most Canadian children. Students are placed into one of three based on age and ability.
The curriculum focuses on French grammar basics, reading comprehension, and essay composition.
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5) Scratch and Java Programming (Grade 3-6)
This course is deal for grade-school students who are interested in programming and coding but are unsure where to start.
According to the Scrtach website, "Scratch is a programming language and an online community where children can program and share interactive media
such as stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world." Students in this course gain an understanding of computer programs, learn
how to write program codes, and draw simple graphics.
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6) Singapore Math (Grade 3-8)
Singapore Mathematics has a combination of Asian and Western mathematics (Asian-style mathematics problem sea tactics plus American
and Canadian mathematical practice exploration), based on understanding-modeling-problem solving, based on understanding,
the problem is expressed in an intuitive form; so that the answer is clear at a glance. This not only focuses on knowledge,
but also focuses on students' ability to explore and solve problems.
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6) Waterloo Math Contest (Grade 7-11)
Grades 7 & 8 Mathematics
This course covers the topics typically taught in Canadian Grade 7 and 8 Mathematics curricula and, in some instances, extends ideas beyond grade level. Letters are included beside the unit names to help group the units into similar themes.
For more information about the structure and general use of this courseware, see the Course Information unit.
1. Representing and Comparing Numbers
3. Ratios, Rates, and Proportions
4. Bisectors and Properties of Shapes
5. Area, Volume, and Angles
6. Transformations of Shapes
7. Representing Patterns
8. Equations and the Pythagorean Theorem
9. Data Collection and Graphs
Canadian Senior and Intermediate Mathematics Contests (CSMC and CIMC) are two contests designed to give students the opportunity to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem solving ability
1. Function notation.
2. Domain and range.
3. Transformations of functions.
4. Inverses of functions.
5. Inequalities, absolute values, and reciprocals.
6. Graphing Three Common Functions.
7. Functions and Translations.
8. Horizontal Stretches, Compressions, and Reflections.
9. Vertical Stretches, Compressions, and Reflections.
11.Determining Inverses of Linear Functions Algebraically.
12.Inverses of Quadratic Functions.
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7) Leadership Debate and Critical Thinking (Grade 5-8)
In our Leadership Debate and Critical Thinking Course, students will familiarize themselves with the different types
of speech, and encourage students to explore beyond their comfort zone. Students will learn about the types of formal
speech used during the competition, such as impromptu speeches, persuasive speeches, descriptive readings and parliamentary
Students will learn and adopt various parliamentary debate structures in middle and high school debate competitions.
The focus is to improve students' logical and critical thinking skills. Students will familiarize themselves with social
hotspots, culture and art, biological sciences, humanities and environment, public policy and international relations and
other related topics in each course.
8) Public Speaking (Grade 2-5)
Public Speaking course designed to help young students verbally communicate their thoughts in a more articulate way.
From designing impromptu speeches, to mastering the speech preparation process, to delivering informative and persuasive
speeches in the most effective manner, our course is a deep dive into public speaking skills for students of all kinds.
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9) STEAM Research and Thesis Writing Course (Grade 9-12)
Professors and doctoral researchers from the Ohio State University in the United States lead students
to conduct research and explore the fields of science, technology, art and mathematics.
The STEAM research writing course has a total of 10 hours, including 5 hours of pre-recorded group tutoring and 5 hours
of one-on-one discussions with professors and doctoral researchers to help students complete their research papers. After the students'
papers are completed, they will be published in American professional academic research journals.
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2. Teachers and Qualifications:
CSSB professional teachers have great teaching experience, maintaining serious, lively and entertaining classrooms. Classes are capped at a maximum of eight
students to ensure effective interaction between teachers and students. Teachers give
assessments at the beginning of class, assign homework after each class, and return graded homework in atimely manner.
Parents may also communicate with teachers at any time.
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3. Course Details:
1) Classes take place weekly, one hour per class.
2) The CSSB Super School uses entry exams to evaluate each student's level, and may re-assign a student to a different level after evaluation.
3) Classes may include online teaching, discussions and mock competition.
4) At the end of each term, there will be an examination, a competition, a transcript and a certificate of completion for each student.
5) The CSSB Super School will periodically hold various private and open tournaments, workshop, seminars and competition.
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