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Cours d'écriture STEM 11 semaines (Th-Grades 6-8; Grades 9-11)

Cours d'écriture STEM 11 semaines (Th-Grades 6-8; Grades 9-11)


Rendez-vous:  3/3-5/12  (Jeudi; 11 semaines)

Heure : 16 h 00 - 17 h 00 PST / 19 h 00 - 20 h 00 HNE

  • Class description

     Students will:

    • do weekly reading, writing, and research on cutting-edge STEM topics on medical, technology, and science advancement using articles from newspapers and journals such as New York Times, Science, Nature, etc. 
    • sharpen their informational writing skills, learn storytelling techniques and rhetorical approaches to reach a general audience, including college admissions officers and future employers
    • of particular interest to high schoolers, 2 lessons of the course will be devoted to essay and statement writing for university applications
    • develop a voice and philosophy to articulate their visions as future STEM leaders to better serve humanity
    • learn how to discuss in depth and width the complex relations between STEM and society
    • learn the scientific method in a step-by-step process, which will apply to all science lab report writings, which represents a large percentage of a student's grade in science (e.g. physics, chemistry, biology) classes
    •  build a toolbox informed by both humanities and STEM modes of knowledge 
    • learn how to apply valuable humanities skills to benefit and support them throughout their education, careers and lives 

    We'll cover the following, which includes the most important elements of STEM writing considered by the NY Times STEM writing team:  

    • How to select a research topic
    • How to do research 
    • How to hook the reader: strategies for engaging readers and teachers from the opening paragraph
    • Explain why a topic or an issue matter in a larger context 
    • How to incorporate information from the sources: quoting and paraphrasing experts and research
    • How to write a powerful and impactful ending 
  • NextGen Edu 21st Century Skills and Mindset:

    • écriture informationnelle 
    • état d'esprit innovant 
    • recherche
    • leadership 
    • empathie, créativité, pensée critique, communication
    • responsabilité personnelle et sociale
  • Taille de la classe

    Min: 6

    Maximum : 8

  • Instructeur

    • Nos enseignants  sont des auteurs publiés et des professeurs d'université diplômés de / enseignant à Harvard, UC Berkeley et UT Austin.
    • Programme co-conçu par des experts STEM, un informaticien Google et  ingénieur logiciel sénior,  et le Dr Jiang Pu .
    • Réviseur invité :  Professeur Man, Ph.D. en physique de Princeton Univ., aidera à réviser le contenu des dissertations des étudiants.

    Classer  sera enseigné par un auteur/éditeur publié et un éducateur. 


Merci !

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