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Debate/Language Arts

Wesley Debate Class 2017-2018

 

Course

Description

Time Schedule

Fees

Regular Debate Skill

(Gr 5-6)

(Gr 7up)

Students of this program are going to get a full immersion in the various dimensions of public speaking. The four main areas of focus will be (a) persuasive (prepared) speaking, (b) impromptu speaking, (c) interpretive reading and (d) either dramatic monologues (novices and juniors) or debate (seniors).

Saturday &Sunday 9:30-11:30am 12:30-3:00pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

US Speech & Debate Class

(Gr 5-6)

(Gr 7up)

American debate carries with rich academic debate culture, in addition to the linguistic expression, speculation and logical ability reflected in the traditional debate, also test students’ ability in public speech, the ability of searching for information, the ability of overall analysis and the ability of researching study, which is a comprehensive measure for students’ comprehensive quality. Through receiving training from linguistic and non-linguistic system, students can improve the ability of interpersonal communication and boost self-confidence as one of the basic qualities for young leaders in the future.

Sunday

9:30-11:30am

12:30-3:00pm

$50/HR (Group), $100-120/HR (Private)

MUN

(Gr 67)

(Gr 8- up)

This course will be competitive, enriching and valuable to increasing the skills of students that participate to separate them from the average Model United Nations participant. The primary objective of this course is to enhance the skills of delegating and diplomacy that the students have so that they can go on to achieve many accolades across local Model United Nations Conferences. During the course students will be expected to be competing at various tournaments and being active within their committees as leaders of the groups. Everyone will gain some higher level of competence in speech and debate as these are two of the most important skills a Model United Nations participant must achieve in order to compete nationally

Saturday & Sunday

9:30-11:30am

12:30-3:00pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

Drama

(Gr. 35)

(Gr. 67)

Students build core theatre skills in movement, voice and character. Confidence and creative expression are developed through drama exercises and improvisation. Using the skills they have learned, students collaborate to create their own play and perform it.

Saturday

9:30-11:30am 12:30-3:00pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

Social Class

With a focus on economic, political and ethical philosophy, it aims to give students the tools they need to think critically about society, world affairs, and the laws pushed upon them by governments. By the end of the course, students should be able to actively apply these theories to their debating, giving them an upper-hand on the competition. The benefits of a philosophically developed mind, however, go beyond just competition. Students will find themselves more capable of evaluating themselves, their lives, their governments, and even the works they study in English classes. Students will be taught primarily through lectures, group discussions and, of course, full debates.

Tuesday &

Thursday

5:00-7:00 pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

Science Class

(Gr 6-7)

(Gr 8-up)

Enjoy a wide range of core science knowledge that learning out of books and into the real world with hands-on experiences. By using mathematical concepts, and engineering principles students will brainstorm, plan, test and modify sequences of instructions to accomplish a given task. For example, they will construct a rocket designed to land within a target zone, and a parachute with limited materials that will make the slowest descent possible. At experiment for kids, they build problem solving skills, discover how things work, learn math and science while having fun.

Saturday & Sunday

12:30-3:00pm

3:30-6:00pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

Programming

(Gr 5-7)

(Gr 8-up)

Lessons offers an amazing introduction to the practical and fun applications of computers, from digital art to video game design basics (ex. Minecraft molding) and 3D printing. Older kids can experiment with advanced video game design, robotics and other too-coo-for-school technologies. Learn to create mobile applications or your own game through elaborate stories, huge worlds, and outstanding action.

Sunday 9:30-11:30am 12:30-3:00pm $40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

World Styled Speech & Debate Tournament Class

Classes will especially prepare for competing in World-styled competitions around Asia and Europe. With a focus on getting students familiar with weighing the importance of different arguments, students will practice previous and new motions constantly, which is followed immediately be detailed coach feedback so students can learn and improve quickly.

Saturday

3:30-6:00 pm

Wednesday

5:00-7:00 pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

US Styled Speech & Debate Tournament Class

Classes will especially prepare for competing in US-styled competitions. With a focus on getting students familiar with weighing the importance of different arguments, students will practice previous and new motions constantly, which is followed immediately be detailed coach feedback so students can learn and improve quickly.

Sunday

3:30-6:00 pm

Friday

5:00-7:00 pm

$50/HR (Group), $100-$120/HR (Private)

Speech & Debate Private class

Focus on individual demand.

Mon-Sun

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Wesley Language Arts 2017-2018

 

Course

Description

Time Schedule

Fees

English Writing & Reading class

Wesley offer: Younger learner; General English for School; Academic and Professional English; Business English

Tuesday to Friday

5:00-7:00 pm

$30/HR (Group), $60/HR (Private)

SSAT

The Secondary School Admissions Test (SSAT) is a standardized admissions examination used by many unaffiliated independent schools and boarding school throughout North America. The SSAT consists of four multiple-choice sections and an essay, with sections testing students’ reading skills, mathematic proficiency, and vocabulary.

Tuesday &

Thursday

5:00-7:00 pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

SAT

In contrast to most SAT prep programs, Wesley uses a proven mix of small-group instruction, independent learning, online resources and SAT practice tests. This comprehensive approach ensures that kids not only learn strategies for tackling every type of exam question (including the essay portion of the SAT), but they also can focus on the specific skill areas they need to improve.

French Language

Class time focuses on building confidence in your French language skills through speaking and interacting with your classmates in authentic and realistic scenarios.

Sunday

9:30-11:30 am

12:00-2:00pm

$40/HR (Group), $80/HR (Private)

Math

Extending the math learning day help students not only meet math standards and develop proficiency, but also enable them to engage in the kind of deep learning and comprehension they might not have time for during normal classroom hours.

Tuesday&Thursday 5:00-7:00pm $40/HR (Group)$60-80/HR (Private)