Saturday, June 17, 2017

Part 2: Alex's 1st Week Math Camp Lecture Format / Student Explanation Guide


Song:  Land Of Oz

Artist:  Hilary Stagg


Again...
this is part two of a two part series covering Alex's lectures / student guide 
for the 1st week of two of a summer math camp for middle schoolers.

As it is a 63 page document...
I included the first 33 pages in the previous article.


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And there it is...
Alex's student guide for his 1st week of lectures 
at this summer's math camp for middle schoolers.


Once again...
I will be publishing Alex's student guide for his 2nd week of lectures
at this summer's math camp for middle schoolers...
in a few days.

In it...
Alex will cover different topics which will be invaluable for middle schoolers...
as well as for high schoolers.












Part 1: Alex's 1st Week Math Camp Lecture Format / Student Explanation Guide



Song:  Land Of OZ

Artist:  Hilary Stagg



Alex will be teaching at a two week summer math camp 
for elementary and middle school students starting next week.

He, along with some other instructors...
will be teaching the middle school students math for eight hours a day.

The founder of NNV Math Club will be teaching the elementary school students.


The next two articles will cover Alex's first week of instruction
 student supplementary guide.


Alex is going to finish up his lecture notes / student guide 
for the following week of the math camp...by this Sunday.

I will then publish that document.

The value of these student guides...
is that these topics are what Alex will be teaching the middle school students
at the math camp.

It is also of value to high school students.

For areas in where a student has a little trouble...
these guides will help him, or her, achieve a state of understanding.


Alex covers topics which may be a little advanced for middle school students...
but with his teaching capabilities...so long as they don't quit...
he is successful in leading them to a state of understanding
(although most of the students are the ones who are interested in entering 
the STEM fields of study...and some are interested in competition math...
Alex has been successful in the past in tutoring 
middle and high school remedial, as well as, advanced students...
in all areas of math).

(When Alex was in middle school, as he was too advanced...
instead of being placed in eighth grade math...
they had placed him with the 12th graders in their math class...
and he was their tutor).


Alex will be using the table of contents of this as his teaching outline...
but he won't be teaching directly off this guide
(Alex will be using the feedback from his class to know how far down 
he will have to break down a problem...and how many different examples
he will have to use...to convey full understanding).


The supplementary guide is for the students to use at home 
for a reminder of their understanding
of his class at the 2017 NNV Summer Math Camp.


Alex had completed this guide after his teacher meeting a few days ago.

It took him about 15 hours to put this together...
from concept to completion...using LATEX coding.

Using LATEX...
a person may not only type up documents...
but a person may write in mathematical notation.

Alex uses LATEX to write up all of his math homework...
 for his lectures, and for typing up his own math contests.


This is the first article on his first week lecture format and student guide.

Alex's student guide is a 63 page document...
so, I broke it into two articles.

This is the first of two articles, on his first week of two...
for the upcoming math camp.



































In the next article...
I will publish the final 30 pages of his first week of math camp student guide.

In a few days...
 I will then publish Alex's student guide for the second week of his math camp's topics.


















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