The New World Bilingual Institute Provides all levels and Advanced English or Chinese Lessons on Sunday afternoons
from Excellent Professional Teachers
The New World Bilingual Institute
Details in the Website: www.nwbi.us
Contact: email@example.com; 703-978-7905; 703-764-1154
Excellent Professional English / Math all levels New Classes start September 17
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@@ All our classes is DESIGNED as the FAST PACE (Fast Track)
when your child make the great progress and has the complete ability to override his or her current level, we promote him or her to the next level right away.
Registration: Must Call 703-978-7905 to confirm first.
Place: Thompson Hall Room138, 112, George Mason University, Fairfax Campus
Contact: Mrs. Terry Wang, President-703-978-7905; Gloria Yeh- Registrar (703- 764-1154);
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Class Aimed Starting Date: September 17, 2006
A. Various Efficient Professional English Classes: (1:30 -3:30 PM; 3:40 -5:40 PM)
1). TJ Test Essay Creative Writing --6,7,8 Grades
TJ Admission Test Essay, SAT Essay--12 Weeks to Award Winning Essays!
The Test Writing Essay/SAT Essay that recommended by the College Board, and Ms. Payne-the TJ Admission Director, it will be judged for the following important elements:
Organizations (well constructed, using various of the sentences),
Clarity and expressiveness, the Correctness of Grammar, Punctuation, and Spilling.
Creative ideas, Original thinking, Scientific or General knowledge,
Strong willing to admit TJ (or the college) with convincing power.
For parents’ request, The New World Bilingual Institute is now offering a course that will teach how to write an excellent essay with all these elements included. Plus, many TJ (College) Essay Testing Questions, a Full Verbal Test and Analyze to help the student score better.
This class will broaden student’s creative thinking, quick and effective focused thinking, scientific or general knowledge, benefit anyone from middle school age to adult who wishes to improve their writing, grammar and vocabulary abilities.
Students will write one essay a week, and study essays that have won awards.
They will learn about different types of essays, admission essays, descriptive essays, narrative essays, persuasive essays, the personal essays, and. It will also cover how to choose an essay topic, brainstorming techniques, outlining and organization strategies, how to develop a thesis, strategies for convincing, revising and editing.
The writing techniques taught in this class will be useful on any type of test, from the SAT to the GRE. It certainly will give a direct impact on TJ Admission Test Essay, College Essay, and Scholarship application Essay, etc.
** --12 Weeks to Award Winning Essays! --TJ Admission Test Essay, SAT Essay, College Essay,
Week One: Planning the Essay
Week Two: Thinking about Audience/Purpose
Week Three: Understanding an Assigned Topic
Week Four: Brainstorming Techniques/Choosing a Topic
Week Five: Drafting the essay
Week Six: Thesis Statements and Topic Sentences
Week Seven: Strategies for Convincing
Week Eight: Introductions/Conclusions
Week Nine: Revising and Editing
Week Ten: Taking an Essay Exam/ Verbal Test and Analyze
Week Eleven: School Admission Essays
Week Twelve: Descriptive and Narrative Essays
Learn to write award winning essays in 12 weeks!
2). Advanced Vocabulary Development Class-- 6,7,8 Grades
** Advanced English vocabulary development program --
(Newly Established program, with the best materials, grade 4 to 12)
This class focuses on:
vocabulary development program is designed to increase students' vocabulary, improve their vocabulary skills, and prepare them for standardized tests and college admission tests. It is the leading multilevel vocabulary-development program for Grades 3 - 12+. Special features include:
Student Texts that guide and stimulate systematic vocabulary growth; challenging exercises to encourage the development of critical-thinking skills; specially designed sections that build vocabulary skills required for standardized tests; SAT preparation and tests to assess college readiness; a clear, five-step - development approach to vocabulary study. Word list introduces 300 or more new words per level.
Stimulates systematic vocabulary growth through clear, concise lessons.
The leading 5-step approach level-specific vocabulary development program is designed to increase students' vocabulary, improve their vocabulary skills, and prepare them for standardized tests and college admission tests.
3). SOL Test Creative Writing--2-5 Grades
4). Advanced Vocabulary Development--2-5 Grades
5). New SAT 12 Weeks Each --9-12 Grades
New SAT English Writing /Critical Reading
This class offers intensive training in the Sentence Completion, Critical Reading, Grammar, and Writing sections of the New SAT. Class will take a New SAT Diagnostic Test at the first lesson–It will give you a current measure of where your strengths and areas of improvement! During this 12 week course, the students will take a PSAT practice test and final SAT tests.
Students will study parts of speech, phrases, clauses, punctuation, sentences and paragraph construction as well as essay composition. You will expand your vocabulary by reading a book 2 to 3 grade levels ahead Students will also be drilled in strategies for accurately answering sentence completion, critical reading, and grammar multiple-choice questions and writing. Each class will have one hour of grammar or writing and one hour of sentence completion or critical reading instruction. Homework will include reading, practicing multiple-choice strategies, and writing assignments due each week. Students should commit to one to two hours of study for the verbal SAT daily.
6). New SAT Math
SAT / PSAT Math Preparation (24 hours/each)-- Instructor masters in math
This SAT /PSAT math course will be analyzed and the ways to crack test problems. It will be taught and practiced in 12 classes. It helps prepare students to practice and review all levels of SAT math skills, and test-taking strategies.
Diagnostic tests will be given at the beginning, Mock PSAT/SAT tests will be given at middle and the end of the course so the students will be able to see their progress as well as their individual areas for improvement.
1). To Help students understand how the test is put together and how it is scored.
2). To learn what strategies and techniques are the most useful for maximizing their scores.
3). To boost their content knowledge by reviewing important math facts and working on skills building.
4). To practice with realistic sample tests so that students will be better prepared for the real SAT test.
7). Algebra I--6,7,8 Grades
8) Algebra II--6,7,8,9 Grades
9). TUITION FREE Toastmasters International leadership and communication (Youth, or Adults)
10). NWBI Toastmasters International Gavel Club (for youth under 18).
III) Enhancement Classes:
6). Adult English Accent Modification
Instructor: Gwendolyn E. Talbot,DTM , Toastmasters International, A Presidential Citation. Master of Arts Degree Speech Language Pathology- the University of Arizona. She is an excellent professional language Pathologist and Public School English/ Speech Instructor has worked in the field since 1969. She is president and CEO of Speech Pathology Consultant Services.
7). TUITION FREE (Basic Materials and Manual, Graduation Ceremony fee only)
Toastmasters International Leadership & Communication
The leadership Program provides the OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE YOUR PUBLIC SPEAKING AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS –
Each program consists 8 sessions, 16 hours (Every Sunday 3:30-5:40 PM):
Youth Leadership class (ages 10-17) - basic and advanced. Adult Leadership class (ages 18 and up).
New Classes are Starting on Sunday, Starting—Sept.17, 3:30 PM (Sept. 17, 23 (may skip), Oct. 1, 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5,12 (or 19 for a formal Graduation)
Mastering skills of the leadership and communication—
** Honored with Certificate at the graduation.
** Honored with Toastmasters International Certificate at the graduation.
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*** Adult ESL / ** US Citizenship Preparation--1:30-3:30 PM
** WeiQi—Dr, Qu (4Duan on line)-- 1:30-4:30 PM
** TaiJi Class--1:30-3:30 PM
** Ballroom Dance—3-5 PM (Johnson Center, Dance Studio)
** County Dance-- 3-5 PM (PE Building)
** Sports—Badminton, Basketball
Friday Night—7-10 PM
11). Summer Leadership Camps
12). NWBI 4H Leadership and Community Service Club—Save the Under Privileged Children
13). US Citizenship;
14). ESL (Ratio: 1 on 1-3; or small class)