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## North Brunswick location Schedule

## Classes will be held on: 09/10, 09/17, 09/24, 10/01, 10/08, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/05, 11/12, 11/19, 12/03, 12/10, 12/17,

# Our classes in North Brunswick, NJ

## Filter by subject: Art, Chess, Drop_off, English, Math, Russian, Russian_Drama, Second_Language_Russian,

class | grade | time | teacher | description |
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Art 0 | 10:00-10:45 | Larisa Tsvetkova | ||

Art 1 | k-2 | 10:55--11:40 | Larisa Tsvetkova | |

Art 2 | k | 11:40-12:25 | Larisa Tsvetkova | |

Art 4 | mi | 12:45-1:45 | Larisa Tsvetkova | |

Chess 0 | 10:40-11:25 | N. M. Karakashyan | ||

Chess Advanced | 9:45-10:30 | N. M. Karakashyan | ||

Chess Beginners | 12:50-1:35 | N. M. Karakashyan | ||

Chess Eugene | 1:40-2:10 | Nonna Karakashyan | ||

Chess Interm 2 | 3/4 | 11:40-12:25 | N. M. Karakashyan | |

Chess Level 1 | 2:0-3:000 | Yurii Karakashyan | ||

Drop_off I | pre-sch | 9:45-12:30 | n/a | Russian Art Early logic |

English 2 | 1/2 | 9:25-10:25 | Elizabeth Breau | |

English 3/ 4 | 4 | 10:30-11:30 | Elizabeth Breau | Albert Einstein once said, “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” This class is designed to stimulate your child’s interest in reading with fairy tales, folk tales, and short poetry while reinforcing his or her academic skills with a rich, workbook-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core. Weekly assignments will include grammar, vocabulary, and writing. Students will become familiar with all stages of the writing process and with the practice of peer review. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that review the skills the children have been learning. |

English 5/6 | 5/6 gr | 2:05-3:35 | Elizabeth Breau | Fifth graders are preparing for middle school, and this class will use poetry, short fiction, and a variety of critical thinking exercises to challenge your student to advance to the next level! Students will read and discuss a wide variety of material while also using a rich, workbook-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core. When writing, we will emphasize the steps of the writing process: brainstorming, outlining, drafting, peer review, and revision. Students will also complete independent research projects that require them to find and synthesize information from various sources. Weekly assignments will include grammar, vocabulary, and writing. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that are designed to prepare students for PARCC as well as for the more advanced material they will be expected to master in middle school. |

English 7/8 | 12:30-2:00 | Elizabeth Breau | ||

English Debate | 9/10 | 2:05-3:35 | Lane Lawrence | |

English SAT | 12:30-2:00 | Lane Lawrence | ||

Math 1 | 12:40-1:40 | Mikhail Chernobilsky | ||

Math 2 | 1 | 10:30-11:30 | Mikhail Chernobilsky | |

Math 3 A | 3 | 11:40 -12:40 | Mary Marvin | Math 3A and 3B These classes are identical and will follow the exact same curriculum with the same homework each week. Students will now be working with larger numbers, into the ten-thousands place, seeing how they are built up from hundreds, thousands, etc. Multiplication and division, now of 2-digit by 1-digit numbers will be studied. The topic of fractions now starts to be developed more deeply, including adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators, and fraction word problems. Area and perimeter of simple shapes are introduced. In the second semester, units of measurement are studied – meters, kilograms, liters, etc. Along with the deepening arithmetic program, students will work with challenging logic and Olympiad type math problems every week, to expose them to many areas of mathematics and help prepare for soon coming Olympiad contests. Sets, logic, probability, number work are all part of the exciting work students will do in class each week. |

Math 3 B | 11:35-12:35 | Mikhail Chernobilsky | Math 3A and 3B These classes are identical and will follow the exact same curriculum with the same homework each week. Students will now be working with larger numbers, into the ten-thousands place, seeing how they are built up from hundreds, thousands, etc. Multiplication and division, now of 2-digit by 1-digit numbers will be studied. The topic of fractions now starts to be developed more deeply, including adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators, and fraction word problems. Area and perimeter of simple shapes are introduced. In the second semester, units of measurement are studied – meters, kilograms, liters, etc. Along with the deepening arithmetic program, students will work with challenging logic and Olympiad type math problems every week, to expose them to many areas of mathematics and help prepare for soon coming Olympiad contests. Sets, logic, probability, number work are all part of the exciting work students will do in class each week. | |

Math 4A | 4 | 8:45-10:00 | Mary Marvin | Math 4A and 4B These classes are identical, that is they will follow the exact same program with the same homework each week. Students will move further into the topic of fractions, including adding and subtracting of mixed numbers, and with different denominators. Fraction multiplication will be introduced. There will be many word problems requiring understanding of these fraction concepts. Long division and multiplication will now include 3 and 4 digit numbers. Second semester will see the introduction of decimals and how they relate to fractions. And geometry will be developed further, with more complex problems on area and perimeter, and now volume of cubes and cuboids. Along with the heavy arithmetic program, students will study exciting topics to prepare them for Math Olympiads, which they’ll start taking this year for the first time. Topics like set theory, probability, logic, and combinatorics will be taught – yes, young kids can do these things, if taught at an age-appropriate level. Students should have a strong mastery of arithmetic through 3rd grade to succeed in this class. These classes are identical, that is they will follow the exact same program with the same homework each week. Students will move further into the topic of fractions, including adding and subtracting of mixed numbers, and with different denominators. Fraction multiplication will be introduced. There will be many word problems requiring understanding of these fraction concepts. Long division and multiplication will now include 3 and 4 digit numbers. Second semester will see the introduction of decimals and how they relate to fractions. And geometry will be developed further, with more complex problems on area and perimeter, and now volume of cubes and cuboids. Along with the heavy arithmetic program, students will study exciting topics to prepare them for Math Olympiads, which they’ll start taking this year for the first time. Topics like set theory, probability, logic, and combinatorics will be taught – yes, young kids can do these things, if taught at an age-appropriate level. Students should have a strong mastery of arithmetic through 3rd grade to succeed in this class. |

Math 4B | 4 | 12:45-2:15 | Mary Marvin | Math 4A and 4B These classes are identical, that is they will follow the exact same program with the same homework each week. Students will move further into the topic of fractions, including adding and subtracting of mixed numbers, and with different denominators. Fraction multiplication will be introduced. There will be many word problems requiring understanding of these fraction concepts. Long division and multiplication will now include 3 and 4 digit numbers. Second semester will see the introduction of decimals and how they relate to fractions. And geometry will be developed further, with more complex problems on area and perimeter, and now volume of cubes and cuboids. Along with the heavy arithmetic program, students will study exciting topics to prepare them for Math Olympiads, which they’ll start taking this year for the first time. Topics like set theory, probability, logic, and combinatorics will be taught – yes, young kids can do these things, if taught at an age-appropriate level. Students should have a strong mastery of arithmetic through 3rd grade to succeed in this class. |

Math 5 | 5 | 10:05-11:35 | Mary Marvin | Math 5 A comprehensive and intensive review of fractions and decimals will be conducted, so students are prepared to move into the harder arithmetic that follows. This will not be merely introductory or basics of fractions and decimals, but will deal with deep problems, both numerical and word problems using these concepts. When this has been mastered fully, students will move to percentages, ratios, and some introductory pre-algebra. Along with the rigorous arithmetic program, Olympiad and contest problems and topics will be included as a part of each lesson. Counting principles, finding probabilities, set theory, geometric problems are some of the topics we will study for the Olympiads. |

Math 7A | 7 | Mary Marvin | Students will continue learning how to deal with fractions, including finding common denominators for more than two fractions, multiplication of mixed numbers and more difficult fraction word problems. Decimals, to the ten-thousandths place and their equivalent fractions will be covered. Other topics will include finding the average of a group of numbers, ratio, percent, graphs and geometry such as area of a triangle and other geometric shapes besides squares and rectangles. Along with these topics some special and interesting topics like sets and probability will be introduced, we’ll look at Pascal’s triangle also. Logic problems and puzzles will be part of each lesson, as well as practice for the Common Core tests next spring so kids will be thoroughly prepared and ready. | |

Math 9A | 9 | Saturday 9:00-10:30 | Mary Marvin | |

Math Alg1 | 7 | 10:55-12:25 | Oksana Boguslavskaya | |

Math Algebra 2 | 8 | 9:20-10:50 | Oksana Boguslavskaya | |

Math Base of Al | 6 | 12:30-2:00 | Oksana Boguslavskaya | |

Math Level 3_VC | 7:00 Tuesday | Mary Marvin | ||

Math Precal | 2:20-3:50 | Mary Marvin | ||

Russian 1 | 1 | 11:15-12:30 | Liliya Brammer | |

Russian 2 | 2 | 12:35-2:05 | Tatiana Salnikova | |

Russian 3/4 A | 3/4 | 10:00-11:30 | Julia Gordeeva | |

Russian 3/4 B | 4 | 11:45--1:15 | Julia Gordeeva | |

Russian 7 | 7 | 12:30-2:00 | Artem Kalyanov | |

Russian AP exam | 9 gr | 10:55 -12:25 | Artem Kalyanov | Дети 6-7 класса из русскоговорящих семей, хорошо говорящие по-русски и умеющие бегло читать. Основные направления учебной программы: - расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: (словообразование), решение ребусов, шарад, кроссвордов, подбор синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова; - развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу (краткому и подробному, от первого и третьего лица), составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, обобщать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов в зависимости от рода, падежа, числа, употребление предлогов - знакомство с произведениями современных авторов и классиков русской литературы, - знакомство с основными правилами грамматики русского языка по учебнику «Русский без границ», - развитие умения писать сочинения и изложения, - знакомство с историей России. |

Russian BL_3 | 3 | 10:00-11:30 | Tatiana Salnikova | |

Russian BL_B | 7/8 | 9:15--10:30 | Artem Kalyanov | |

Russian k | k | Liliya Brammer | ||

Russian pre-k | 3-4 yo | 9:50-10:50 | Liliya Brammer | |

Russian_Drama Drama | 11:35-12:30 | Tatiana Salnikova | ||

Second_Language_Russian Biling 1_N | 8:45-9:45 | Liliya Brammer |