Readiness for Middle School Math is for students in grades 5 and above who need a stronger foundation to support work in middle school mathematics, thisprogram will focus on multiplication and division concepts & procedures, fraction-decimal-percent relationships, concepts & operations, and basic equation solving. This program will also include fluency practice for math facts needed to support calculations.
Program Dates: July 9-July 27, 2018
Program Dates: July 9-27, 2018
This pre-algebra program will focus on concepts and skills which provide a firm basis for entering Algebra I. It will include a review of fractions, decimals and percent relationships & operations, equation solving, ratios, integers, squares and roots, graphing and an introduction to linear functions. This program is for students in grade 7 and above who need to review or practice basic algebra strategies to support assure continuing success in Algebra I.
For more information go to the program description.
Program is full. Please register for the waitlist.
ASDEC provides the only Orton-Gillingham Based program endorsed by the International Dyslexia Association in the Washington, DC region. The program provides intensive instruction in reading, writing, spelling, and handwriting and math. Physical movement is added to the visual and auditory stimuli to provide multisensory learning. The hands-on aspect of the structured routines facilitates attention and concentration. The careful development of conceptual understanding and the high level of repetition reinforce memory. All activities build on the mastery of skills, which helps students build self-esteem as they experience success each day.
Program Dates: July 9 - August 2, 2018
For more information, see Summer Programs.
Program Dates: July 9 - July 20, 2018
ASDEC’s middle/high school specialists use state-of-the art multisensory strategies to help students improve reading, grammar, writing, and study skills in a lively small group setting. The program provides students with some of the most critical and necessary skills required for academic writing at the secondary level. Students will learn the multisensory process approach to improve sentences, paragraphs, and multi-paragraph essays.
Study skills instruction is embedded within the academic writing curriculum and will focus on time management, organization, vocabulary development, text annotation, webbing, summarizing, and source citation. Students will learn techniques that significantly improve comprehension and memory. Additionally, they will use software tools that aid in mastery of content information and organization
For more information go to the Middle/High School Summer Program.
Program Dates July 9-August 2, 2018
Program Dates: July 25 -August 3, 2018
This is an intensive, 48-hour camp designed to address reading disfluency in students who did not receive an adequate foundation in reading and spelling skills in elementary school. Students will:
Receive pre- and post-assessments to measure progress
Receive a brief, fascinating history of the English Language and its layers
Learn/review accurate speech sounds linked with cursive letter formation instruction
Learn a new method of blending letter sounds
Learn/review the six types of syllables, with emphasis on open and vowel-consonant-silent-e syllable types
Learn syllable division rules with ample practice dividing multi-syllable words into their component syllables
Learn dozens of Greek and Latin morphemes
Practice a structured procedure for spelling words of any length or complexity
Learn about text structure (phrases, clauses), intonation, and prosody
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