7. PSAT Vocab, Reading, Writing (G8-10)

 

 

This class is for college bound students who are aiming for higher scores on SAT and better grades in all English related classes in high schools. The class curriculum is developed by Jessie Chen, the CEO of Taipei Debate Academy and Asian Debate League. She is a published author with a Cum Laude in English Literature, Summa Cum Laude in Masters in Teaching English, and a former college instructional aid and a high school English teacher. Jessie as the most competent and innovative English teacher in the United States is documented as she holds the record highest score on PRAXIS Exam.

This class is designed to force intellectual expansion of your child in a short period of time by 1) critically reading challenging philosophical literature, 2) writing interpretive critiques on the philosophical literature, 3) and analyzing and memorizing the SAT words and other advance vocabularies by applying JC’s innovative learning methods.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Learn to read critically.
  2. Learn to discuss critically.
  3. Learn to write critically.
  4. Learn SAT and other advance vocabularies.
  5. Learn conventional grammar.
  6. Learn academic writing techniques.
  7. Learn to write perfect A papers for all your school assignments.
 
Class Details:
  • Age Appropriateness:  8th grade and up
  • Program Duration: 15 weeks, 30 class hours
  • Class Duration & Frequency: 2 hours, once a week
  • Class Size: 6 students minimum, 10 students maximum
Tuition – Taiwan:
  • Tuition: NT$ 31,500.00
  • Payment Policy:
    • Pay in advance
    • Pay Cash
    • No refund

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