Sunday, June 25, 2017

Part 1: 2nd Week Math Camp Lecture Format / Competition Algebra


Song:  Storm

Artists:  Yoshida Brothers

(Main Instruments:  Tsugaru Shamisen)




This is the first lesson for the second week of math camp for middle schoolers.

Alex will be teaching this topic in a few days.

As Alex will be teaching several topics...
I have divided the second week into numerous articles.

There is great value in these lessons for middle schoolers...
as well as for high schoolers.

In these lessons...
Alex breaks down the understanding of each topic...
and he gives ways of understanding them intuitively.

Even if a child is not interested in entering competition math...
these lessons will give the student of math
a much better understanding of the underlying concept of each topic.

Once again...
Alex typed up these lessons as supplemental guides for each student
as a way to look back on his lectures and have a convenient study guide
to help them remember...and study on their own at home.

Alex used LaTeX programming code for all of his work.





































As Alex will be having a problem section after each topic...
he will include the answers and explanations at the end of his lecture series.






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.












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