忠信學校PreLIP全住宿雙語5A磁性實驗教案

2017年入學學生適用



屬性說明:

  1. 教案符合《十二年課綱》基本規範。除正課外,提供FRP (Foreign-language Regular Program)、ModelUN (Public Speech/Debate)、Robotics、Entrepreneurship、管樂/弦樂課程,以及,數學/自然/作文等選擇性教案。

  2. 全住宿教案,學生週一至週四需住宿。

    1. 2017年暫無提供非住宿學生之相關教育服務。

    2. 週五放學及週一上學原則上由家長接送。學校將視條件開放選擇本校既有之校專車服務。

    3. 週六如有活動,住宿延長至週五。

  3. 初一每週至少14節美語課程,其中全美語外籍教師*FRP課程8節,教材與國際學校接軌。課程內容:Math數學、Social Studies社會學科、Science自然科學、Literature英語文學、美國私立中等學校學力鑑定準備 (SSAT/ISEE)、GEPT全民英檢。

  4. 提供一對一或一對多樂器課程。學生均需修習一門管樂器或弦樂器,並得參加管弦樂團預備隊。

  5. 適合國內升學及準備出國留學者選讀。

  6. 按教育部核定及新竹縣縣立高級中學與各公私立國民中小學學雜費及各項代收代辦費收支辦法規定及本校代辦項目及費用審核委員會初估,可能之每學期雜費、代收代辦費、住宿及所衍生生活及輔導教案費、選擇性家長自主勤業學程成本,每學期最高可能之經濟支出約$110,000。
    以上未含寒暑期選擇性家長自主勤業學程成本及因住宿所衍生生活及輔導教案成本。為符合教育法規、稅法、及會計一致性原則,學期間及寒暑期家長/學生自主勤業學程及其衍生成本支出得由學校經常費用支應,經常費用不足則由學校向忠信文教基金會申請補助。忠信文教基金會將在尊重學生及家長的意願,以及在取得家長的同意的前提之下,協助本校接受家長及各界的認捐,匯集必要的教育資源。
    以上說明僅提供做為參考,實際支出以當期通知單所載為準,學校保留做適當調整的權利。


惠請留意:1) 2016年入學之PreLIP數理/語文AP磁性實驗教案學生,得於106-1學期申請參加TCPreLIP全美語/全住宿教案。2) 忠信學校保留解釋/修訂本說明內容的權利。


*七年級FRP課時概算


Math

數學

Social Studies

社會學科

Science

自然科學

Literature

英語文學

時數

2  節/週

36 節/學期

72 節/學年

2  節/週

36 節/學期

72 節/學年

2-3  節/週

45 節/學期

90 節/學年

2-3  節/週

45 節/學期

90 節/學年



*七年級FRP教學內容與進度概述

七年級數學


7th Grade Mathematics

Textbook: Algebra 1, McGraw-Hill Education/ Geometry, Holt

Course Objectives: This class is designed to develop the students’ ability to use the English language in the context of mathematics while also promoting a deeper understanding of mathematics, especially applications in mathematics. Additionally, this course should begin to prepare students for standardized testing in mathematics like the SSAT and ISEE.

Important Note: This course is NOT a course that exclusively teaches the concepts of algebra. This is a course that assumes the student has the basic knowledge and understanding of algebra. This course will prepare the student with the proper English language skills to discuss concepts in algebra and deepen the students’ understanding of the subject.

Grading: Homework 30%, Quizzes 30%, Projects 30%,

Participation 10%.

Homework: Short homework assignments will be given after each class. These homework assignments will primarily consist of word problems and reading assignments.

Quizzes: Quizzes will be given weekly. Quizzes will focus on understanding definitions and short word problems.

Projects: Projects will be regularly assigned throughout the school year. Projects will often take the form of oral presentations and focus on developing a deeper understanding of mathematics and studying more complex problems.

Participation: Participation is imperative for improvement of language skills and effective learning. Students will be expected  to actively participate in class discussions and assignments. In particular, students will regularly be given reading assignments as homework. These reading assignments are highly important as they will prepare students to have informative discussions in class.

Course Schedule:


上學期


下學期

週次

教學進度及內容


週次

教學進度及內容

1

No Class


1

No Class

2

Preparing for Algebra:

Plan for problem solving



2

System of Linear Equations:

Elimination using addition and subtraction

3

Preparing for Algebra:

Real number

Operation with integers


3

System of Linear Equations:

Elimination using addition and subtraction

4

Preparing for Algebra:

Adding and subtracting rational numbers

Multiplying and dividing rational numbers


4

System of Linear Equations:

Elimination using multiplication

5

Review:

Preparing for Algebra


5

Review:

Solving system of linear equations

6

Expressions, Equations:

Variable and expressions


6

System of Linear Equations:

Applying system of linear equation

7

Expressions, Equations:

Order of operations

Properties of numbers


7

System of Linear Equations and Inequalities:

Applying system of linear equation

8

Expressions, Equations:

The distributive property


8

Linear Functions:

Graphing linear equations

9

Expressions, Equations:

Equations


9

Linear Functions:

Graphing linear equations

10

Linear Equations:

Writing equations



10

Linear Functions:

Solving linear equations by graphing

11

Linear Equations:

Solving equations


11

Linear Functions:

Rate of change and slope

12

Linear Equations:

Solving one-step equations


12

Linear Functions:

Rate of change and slope

13

Linear Equations:

Solving multi-step equations


13

Linear Functions:

Direct variation

14

Linear Equations:

Solving equations with variable on each side


14

Linear Functions:

Proportional and nonproportional relationships

15

Linear Equations:

Solving equations involving absolute value


15

System of Linear Equations:

Graphing systems of equations

16

Review:

Solving equations


16

Review:

Graphing linear equations and slope

17

Linear Equations:

Rations and proportions


17

Equations of Linear Functions:

Graphing equations in slope-intercept form

18

Linear Equations:

Persent of changes


18

Equations of Linear Functions:

Writing equations in slope-intercept form

19

Linear Equations:

Literal equations and dimentional analysis


19

Equations of Linear Functions:

Parallel and perpendicular lines

20

Linear Equations:

Weighted averages


20

Review:

Equations of linear functions

21

Review:

Linear functions


暑假1

Foundations for Geometry:

Understanding point, lines, and planes

寒假1

System of Linear Equations:

Substitution


暑假2

Foundations for Geometry:

Measuring and constructing segments

寒假2

System of Linear Equations:

Substitution


暑假3

Foundations for Geometry:

Measuring and constructing angles




暑假4

Foundations for Geometry:

Pairs of angles




暑假5

Foundations for Geometry:

Using formulas in geometry




七年級社會學科

年級社會學科

7th Grade Social Studies

Textbook: Modern World History - Patterns of Interaction by Holt McDougal

Course Objectives: In this course, you will learn:

1.  The history of various peoples, cultures and movements that shaped the world from 1300 up until the present time.

2.  English vocabulary to be able to describe the events you are learning about.

3.  How to evaluate historical sources and gain information from them.

4.  How to express what you have learned in written form (example- essays) and verbal form (example- presentations).

Course Outline: In this class we will be studying the history of people all around the world and how they interacted with each other. We will start with the 1300 s, before Columbus discovered the Americas and we will continue until the 1800 s talking about some of the revolutions that changed the world to finish the semester. Next semester we will talk about the technological advances made in the 1800 s and continue on until we get to the present world. It is impossible to cover everything that happened in 700 years in just one year, so we will attempt to cover as much as possible but will focus mainly on things that have shaped the way we live now. We will follow the outline of the book but at times we may go a different course depending on the needs of the class. We will have readings from the book but you may also be assigned other texts not from the book that we will provide for you.

Participation: The purpose of this course is not only to improve the students’   understanding of World History, but to improve their grasp of the English language. There will be many unfamiliar terms and new vocabulary, and the reading in the textbook can be challenging, so it is important that the students participate and communicate their level of understanding. We will do the best we can, to ensure that the students comprehend the content but we also expect the students to be engaged in the class and do their best to absorb what’s being taught. The students should have no hesitation in asking for help or clarification. Our purpose as teachers is to help them understand and learn.

Assignment Descriptions:

Mini Quizzes: Once or twice a week, we will administer a small quiz at the end of the class to assess the students’ comprehension of the material. The average quiz will only be five questions long. At times it will be an ‘open-book’ quiz but at the teacher’s discretion.

Reading Responses: Students will be required to write a short reflection occasionally,  after completing a reading assignment for the class.

Not more than once a week and instructions will follow in class.

Presentation: Students will be required to prepare a presentation to teach the rest of the class about an assigned topic in World History. Teachers will always be available to offer support.

Midterm/Final: Half way through the course and at the end of the semester the students will take exams that test their understanding of the material taught up to that point. Part of the test will be multiple choice and the other part will be descriptive.

Grading: Grades will be determined as follows, Mini Quizzes 15%, Reading Responses 15%, Class Presentation 20%, Midterm

20%, Final 30%.

Course Schedule:


上學期


下學期

週次

教學進度及內容


週次

教學進度及內容

1

No Class


1

No Class

2

Introduction:

European Renaissance and Reformation


2

The Industrial Revolution

3

European Renaissance and Reformation


3

The Industrial Revolution

4

European Renaissance and Reformation


4

An Age of Democracy and Progress

5

The Muslim World Expands


5

An Age of Democracy and Progress

6

The Muslim World Expands


6

An Age of Democracy and Progress

7

An Age of Explorations and Isolation


7

The Age of Imperialism

8

An Age of Explorations and Isolation


8

The Age of Imperialism

9

The Atlantic World


9

The Age of Imperialism

10

The Atlantic World


10

Transformations Around the Globe

11

The Atlantic World (Midterm)


11

Transformations Around the Globe

12

Absolute Monarchs in Europe


12

The Great War

13

Absolute Monarchs in Europe


13

The Great War

14

Absolute Monarchs in Europe


14

Revolution and Nationalism

15

Enlightenment and Revolution


15

Revolution and Nationalism

16

Enlightenment and Revolution


16

Years of Crisis

17

Enlightenment and Revolution


17

Years of Crisis

18

The French Revolution and Napoleon


18

World War II

19

The French Revolution and Napoleon


19

Restructruring the Postwar World

20

The French Revolution and Napoleon


20

Restructruring the Postwar World

21

Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West


暑假

(約5週)

The Colonies Become New Nations

Struggles for Democracy

Global Interdependence

寒假

(約2週)

Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West







七年級自然科學

7th Grade Science

Textbook: Science, McGraw-Hill Education

Course Objectives: We have hand-picked topics from their primary science textbooks to be taught in English to ensure that students do not get frustrated by high levels of challenge. By focusing on the mastery of new vocabulary, we will be able to expound the students’ abilities to communicate their understanding of basic physical science in the English language. They will learn to read, write, and express basic scientific methods and procedures. This course will support the students’ prior knowledge of physical science without re-teaching what they have already learned. By focusing on English science vocabulary we will begin to prepare students to succeed in future standardized testing such as SSAT, and ISEE.

Classroom Procedures: We will use a variety of methods in order to facilitate learning science. The class assignments are level appropriate, using a range of formative assessments to ensure students’ comprehension. We understand that all students are not equal and therefore try our best to differentiate classroom instruction. A large majority of our focus will be on developing the vocabulary skills to communicate orally and in writing. We will use readings, group projects, presentations, listening activities, writing assignments, vocabulary quizzes, and tests to accomplish our objective.

Participation: Participation in class will be essential for success. The more that students are willing to read outloud, complete assignments, ask questions, answer questions, and use their new English vocabulary, the more prepared they will be to utilize it in future testing situations. No cheating will be tolerated. Students attempting to submit plagiarised work for a grade will receive a 0 on that assignment.

Grading: Grades will be determined as follows, Vocabulary quizzes 15%, Group projects 15%, Oral Presentations 20%,

Assignments 20%, Exams 30%.

Course Schedule:

上學期


下學期

週次

教學進度及內容


週次

教學進度及內容

1

No Class


1

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Energy

2

Introduction:

Understanding Science


2

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Energy

3

Introduction:

Understanding Science


3

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Energy

4

Introduction:

Understanding Science


4

From a Cell to an Organism:

The Cell Cycle and Cell Division


5

Introduction:

Measurement and Scientific Tools


5

From a Cell to an Organism:

The Cell Cycle and Cell Division

6

Introduction:

Measurement and Scientific Tools


6

From a Cell to an Organism:

The Cell Cycle and Cell Division

7

Introduction:

Measurement and Scientific Tools


7

From a Cell to an Organism:

Levels of Organization

8

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Life


8

From a Cell to an Organism:

Levels of Organization

9

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Life


9

From a Cell to an Organism:

Levels of Organization

10

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Life


10

Review

11

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Life


11

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Fossil Evidence of Evolution

12

Cell Structure and Function:

Cells and Life


12

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Fossil Evidence of Evolution

13

Review


13

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Fossil Evidence of Evolution

14

Cell Structure and Function:

The Cell


14

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection

15

Cell Structure and Function:

The Cell


15

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection

16

Cell Structure and Function:

The Cell


16

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection

17

Cell Structure and Function:

The Cell


17

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection

18

Cell Structure and Function:

Moving Cellular Material


18

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Biological Evidence of Evolution

19

Cell Structure and Function:

Moving Cellular Material



19

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Biological Evidence of Evolution

20

Cell Structure and Function:

Moving Cellular Material


20

The Environment and Changes Over Time:

Biological Evidence of Evolution

21

Cell Structure and Function:

Moving Cellular Material



暑假

(約5週)

From a Cell to an Organism

寒假

(約2週)

Review








七年級英語文學

7th Grade Literature

Textbook: Holt McDougal Literature Grade 7

Course Objectives: This course is designed in a manner to supplement the principles being taught in the students’ primary writing and literature classes. Literature that is appropriate for their level has been chosen and the approach to the material is heuristic. Great authors’ like Langston Hughes, Shel Silverstein, William Carlos Williams etc. whose works are extremely revered, are explored in this course. We will focus on writing, reading, and oral skills in order to begin to prepare students to succeed in future standardized testing such as the GEPT, SSAT, and ISEE.

Classroom Procedures: We encourage students to exercise their higher order and critical thinking skills by means of classroom discussions, debates and text analysis etc. We will focus on developing a broader understanding and transfer of knowledge including new vocabulary words, proper grammar, style, and tone. We will use readings, writing assignments, vocabulary quizzes, group projects, presentations, listening activities, and assessments to accomplish our objective.

Participation: Participation in class is extremely important. The more that students are willing to read outloud, complete assignments, ask questions, answer questions, and use their new English vocabulary, the more prepared they will be to utilize it in future testing situations. No cheating will be tolerated. Students attempting to submit plagiarised work for a grade will receive a 0 on that assignment.

Grading: Grades will be determined as follows, Vocabulary quizzes 15%, Reading Comprehension 15%, Projects and Presentations 15%, Writing Assignments 15%, Exams 15%.




Course Schedule:

上學期


下學期

週次

教學進度及內容


週次

教學進度及內容

1

No Class


1

No Class

2

Plot, Conflict, and Setting:

Seventh Grade by Gary Soto


2

Analyzing Character and Point of View:

The Two Brothers

3

Plot, Conflict, and Setting:

Seventh Grade by Gary Soto


3

Analyzing Character and Point of View:

The Two Brothers

4

Plot, Conflict, and Setting:

Seventh Grade by Gary Soto


4

Analyzing Character and Point of View:

The Two Brothers

5

Plot, Conflict, and Setting:

Seventh Grade by Gary Soto


5

Understanding Theme:

Thank You Ma’am

6

Review


6

Understanding Theme:

Thank You Ma’am

7

Analyzing Character and Point of View:

Why are Pets Good Companions?


7

Understanding Theme:

Thank You Ma’am

8

Analyzing Character and Point of View:

Why are Pets Good Companions?


8

Review

9

Understanding Theme:

The Wind and the Sun



9

The Great Race

10

Understanding Theme:

As You Sow, so Shell You Reap


10

The Great Race

11

Review


11

Mood, Tone, and Style:

The Little Boy and the Old man

12

Appreciating Poetry:

This Is just to say


12

Mood, Tone, and Style:

The Little Boy and the Old man

13

Appreciating Poetry:

This Is Just to Say


13

Myths, Legends, and Tales:

Jack and the Beanstalk

14

Mood, Tone, and Style:

The Tale of Peter Rabbit


14

Myths, Legends, and Tales:

Jack and the Beanstalk

15

Mood, Tone, and Style:

The Tale of Peter Rabbit


15

Review

16

Mood, Tone, and Style:

The Tale of Peter Rabbit


16

Myths, Legends, and Tales:

The Princess and the Pea

17

Mood, Tone, and Style:

The Tale of Peter Rabbit


17

Myths, Legends, and Tales:

The Princess and the Pea

18

Mood, Tone, and Style:

The Tale of Peter Rabbit


18

Myths, Legends, and Tales:

The Giving Tree

19

Review


19

Myths, Legends, and Tales:

The Giving Tree

20

Appreciating Poetry:

We Real Cool


20

Review

21

Appreciating Poetry:

We Real Cool


暑假

(約5週)

Biography and Autobiography:

Eleanor Roosevelt


寒假

(約2週)

Myths, Legends, and Tales:

The Lion and the Mouse