## Adult Survival English Class

Suitable for the crowd : students who have a certain English foundation and want to be able to communicate in English independently in daily life

SES arrangements: Every Monday, Wednesday, 2.5 hours each lesson

## 90-day vocabulary and grammar leap class

Suitable for the crowd : students with weak English foundation, low vocabulary, and lack of grammar knowledge

SES arrangements: Every Tuesday, Thursday and two hours each lesson

## Adult Survival English Class

Suitable for the crowd : students who have a certain English foundation and want to be able to communicate in English independently in daily life

SES arrangements: Every Monday, Wednesday, 2.5 hours each lesson

## 90-day vocabulary and grammar leap class

Suitable for the crowd : students with weak English foundation, low vocabulary, and lack of grammar knowledge

SES arrangements: Every Tuesday, Thursday and two hours each lesson

## ESL Basic Class A

Suitable for the crowd : students who have a certain English foundation and want to be able to communicate in English independently in daily life

SES arrangements: Every Monday, Wednesday, 2.5 hours each lesson

## ESL breaks through Class B

Suitable for the crowd : students with weak English foundation, low vocabulary, and lack of grammar knowledge

SES arrangements: Every Tuesday, Thursday and two hours each lesson

Gold Medal Lecturer SAM

Graduated from Beijing Fourth Middle School

An undergraduate engineering male from the Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University

UBC Master of Business Administration MBA

Excellent Mathematics Teacher of Beijing Middle School

New Oriental SAT, AP gold lecturer

Many years of AP, SAT, SSAT math teaching experience

Good at doing professional mathematics tutoring for students with SAT, SSAT math target 800, AP5 points

The teaching style is witty and lively,

The original RCC teaching method allows students to efficiently solve mathematical problems

AP Calculus AB

Topic Outline for Calculus AB

## I. Functions, Graphs, and Limits 4 weeks

## Analysis of graphs

## Limits of functions (including one-sided limits)

## Asymptotic and unbounded behavior

Continuity as a property of functions

## II. Derivatives 8 weeks

## Concept of the derivative

## Derivative at a point

## Derivative as a function

## Second derivatives

## Applications of derivatives

Computation of derivatives

## III. Integrals 12 weeks

## Interpretations and properties of definite integrals

## Applications of integrals

## Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

## Techniques of antidifferentiation

## Applications of antidifferentiation

Numerical approximations to definite integrals simulation-8 weeks

AP Calculus BC

Topic Outline for Calculus BC

## I. Functions, Graphs, and Limits- 4 weeks

## Analysis of graphs

## Limits of functions (including one-sided limits)

## Asymptotic and unbounded behavior

## Continuity as a property of functions

* Parametric, polar, and vector functions

## II. Derivatives 8 weeks

## Concept of the derivative

## Derivative at a point

## Derivative as a function

## Second derivatives

## Applications of derivatives

Computation of derivatives

## III. Integrals - 12 weeks

## Interpretations and properties of definite integrals

## * Applications of integrals

## Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

## Techniques of antidifferentiation

## Applications of antidifferentiation

Numerical approximations to definite integrals

## *IV. Polynomial Approximations and Series 4 weeks

## * Concept of series

## * Series of constants

* Taylor series

Simulation-4 weeks

AP Physics

1 and 2

Overview of AP Physics Concepts

2 Vectors

3 Kinematics

4 Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion

5 Energy

6 Oscillatory Motion

7 Waves and Sound

8 Gravitation

9 Impacts and Linear Momentum

10 Rotational Motion

11 Electrostatics

12 Electric Circuits

13 Magnetism and Electromagnetism

14 Physical Optics

15 Geometrical Optics

16 Fluids

17 Thermodynamics

18 Twentieth-Century Physics

AP Physics C

## Background

## One-Dimensional Kinematics

## Three-Dimensional Kinematics

## Newton's Laws

## Work, Energy, and Power

## Linear Momentum and Center of Mass

## Rotation I: Kinematics, Force, Work, and Energy

## Rotation II: Inertia, Equilibrium, and Combined Rotation/Translation

## Simple Harmonic Motion

## Universal Gravitation

## Coulomb's Law and Electric Fields Due to Point Charges

## Calculating Electric Fields and Voltages Due to Continuous Charge Distributions

## Gauss's Law

## Analysis of Circuits Containing Batteries and Resistors

## Capacitors

## RC Circuits

## Magnetic Fields

## Faraday's and Lenz's Law

## Inductors

Maxwell's Equations