Breakthrough Summer 2019

REGISTER BEFORE MAY 1, 2019 TO RECEIVE OUR "SUMMER PROMOTION" DISCOUNT!

SUMMER SESSIONS : JUNE 24 - AUGUST 16, 2019

6 WEEK PROGRAM : JUNE 24-AUGUST 2, 2019

8 WEEK PROGRAM: JUNE 24 - AUGUST 16, 2019


 

How do you enroll? 

Scroll down to find out everything we have to offer.

 

Breakthrough Learning Center is always adapting to the changes in the school system nationwide. As we prep for this summer, we have revised and refined our curriculums so Breakthrough students are engaged, have more hands on experience, and thoroughly understand the foundation of concepts. Our goal is to continuously update and upgrade our curriculum to be above our nation’s standards so that we can open more opportunities for our students. Being involved in creating the Common Core Curriculum and Assessments for High School level Mathematics, Mr. Avila is consistently training throughout the school year on more new research based teaching techniques and strategies. Since research is ongoing, we are constantly changing our curriculum so that it can meet the needs of our students and California standards.

 

Be proactive this summer! Get ahead this summer by joining one of our rigorous Summer Review Courses. Our SRC gives an introduction to students on topics to be covered the upcoming school year. We offer a variety of courses that will provide double reinforcement and confidence to students. Each course includes a structured curriculum provided the first day of class, tests throughout class to reinforce concepts, and activities throughout the course that will keep students engaged and involved in their learning process. As students apply their knowledge of concepts to diverse Common Core Projects, the retaining of the information becomes stronger for each student as they go through the school year. Our main curriculum is based on Placentia- Yorba Linda School District, therefore we do use the same or similar based textbooks as resources for our students.

Please inquire for more time frames and classes available. 


BLC Summer Head Start Program

Half Day Morning

Monday - Friday ( 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM)

Half Day Afternoon

Monday - Friday (1:00 PM - 4:00 PM)

Full Day Session

Monday - Friday (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM)

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Writing Composition (1 Hour)

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Mathematics (1 Hour)

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REading Comprehension and Analysis (1 hour)

What does the Summer Head Start Program Offer? 

  •  Get a preview on important concepts covered in the next grade level by learning topics ahead of time.

  •  Strengthen California Common Core Standards in Language Arts and Math. 

  • Maximum 5 students in classroom. 

  • Drop Off period: 8:40 AM – 9:00 AM, 12:40 PM – 1:00 PM

  • Curriculum includes Reading Comprehension, Reading Discussion, Writing Composition, Vocabulary Development, Math, Creative Math, Science, Projects, and Testing.

  • Testing: Each week students will be tested and reinforced in concepts. Grades will be provided to see progress of students through the Head Start Program.

  • Project: Common Core Learning - We have been reviewing over strategies to propose common core activities to prepare children for the future generation of education. With depth understanding of the curriculum, we are able to create diverse, interactive learning projects for students to complete. Includes topics of science, math, computer tech, critical thinking, speech, and debate.

  • Students work on diverse projects of all subjects to review and reinforce important concepts. Projects are based on the following subjects: Math, Language Arts, History, Science, Philosophy, Debate, and Speech Development. Along with projects, students interact with each other to build strong team cohesion teaching them leadership skills, communication skills, and team building skills. 


BLC Summer Language Arts Classes

Language Arts Courses

Book Buzz Discussion

C1: Monday & Wednesday (9 - 11 AM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (1 - 3 PM)

Lower Level Language Arts (Grades 1 - 6)

C1: Monday & Wednesday (9 - 11 AM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (9 - 11 AM)

C3: Monday & Wednesday (1 - 3 PM)

Comprehensive Grammar Review

C1: Monday & Wednesday (11 - 12 PM)

C2: Monday & Wednesday (3 - 4 PM)

Writing Skills

C1: Tuesday & Thursday (11 - 12 PM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (3 - 4 PM)

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Book Buzz Club

Students meet each week to discuss & review novels. They also work on Common Core based projects to build analytical & comprehension skills. Along with reading and analyzing diverse works of art, there will be discussion with classmates and an instructor. This class will have short stories and a novel where students will analyze and discuss ideas and thoughts in class. Analysis development, reading comprehension, and public speaking development are skills that can be gained from this class. We will be reviewing comprehension and literature strategies as students are annotating and relating the stories to real life examples to build on critical thinking skills throughout the course.

Language Arts Writing Composition and Literature Analysis

 Review over different writing composition structures such as narrative, persuasive, compare and contrast, and literature response. Depending on grade level, we prepare according to Common Core Standards and also prepare them for the following grade school year. Lower levels would concentrate more on compositions, while upper grade levels would focus on Document Based Questions and Literature Response Essays. Literature response essays require analysis, understanding, and interpretation of stories through using examples of figurative language. This class will build creative writing skills along with Common Core based projects to reinforce standards. Common Core learning needs a strong basis in writing and analytical thinking so these writing skills can be applied to other Common Core subjects.


BLC Summer Mathematics Classes

Math Courses

Lower Level Math (Grades 1 - 6)

C1: Monday & Wednesday (9 - 11 AM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (9 - 11 AM)

C3: Monday & Wednesday (1 - 3 PM)

Algebra Common Core

C1: Monday & Wednesday (9 AM - 12 PM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (1 - 4 PM)

Geometry Common Core

C1: Monday & Wednesday (9 AM - 12 PM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (1 - 4 PM)

Algebra II Common Core

C1: Monday & Wednesday (9 AM - 12 PM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (1 - 4 PM)

Pre- Calculus/ Calculus

C1: Monday & Wednesday (9 AM - 12 PM)

C2: Tuesday & Thursday (1 - 4 PM)

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Mathematics Summer Review Course

Learn ahead in mathematical concepts that will be covered next year!  We will be following new Common Core standards and provide a curriculum for the students so that we can meet goals of achieving confidence along with mastery of standards. Along with teaching students about the topic, we will also be including study skills, note taking, self discipline study habits, and test strategy review throughout the course.  Class consist of students partaking in note taking, review of lesson each day, practicing on wide range of problems, and reinforcing concepts at home with extra practice.

  • Pre-Algebra concepts to be covered include: Expressions, Multi-step Equations, Rational Numbers, Exponents, Proportions, Percents, Graphs and Functions, and Geometry

  • Algebra I concepts to be covered include: Expressions, Multi-step Equations, Solving Inequalities, Graphing Linear Equations and Functions, Systems of Equations, Exponents, Radicals, Polynomials, and Quadratic Equations.

  • Geometry concepts to be covered include: Basic geometry concepts, Geometry Proofs, Inductive/Deductive Reasoning, Properties of Parallel Lines, Properties of Similar Triangles, Properties of Polygons and Proportions, Quadrilaterals, Right Triangles, and Circles.

  • Algebra II concepts to be covered include: Linear Equations and Functions, Matrices, Quadratic Equations, Polynomial Functions, Radicals, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, and Rational Equations.


BLC Create-A-Class

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Monday - Thursday (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

CREATE your own class and topics according to Common Core Standards- Literature, World History, American History, European History, Asian American History, Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Sociology, Psychology, Computer Tech, Mathematics, and Languages. This is an individualized class based on subject and topics of preference. Choose a topic and create a curriculum with your instructor. Your instructor will build a curriculum with our Education Coordinator along with our Director according to Common Core standards. Common Core projects will be added for interactive learning experience.


BLC Summer Science Courses

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*Class time frames TBD. Please Inquire with Mrs. Jen.

Subjects offered: Biology, Chemistry, and Physics

Curriculum will be created based on Placentia- Yorba Linda School District. These classes will preview main topics that will be reviewed during the school year.

Science LAB Fridays: Fridays 9AM - 12PM

Have some fun this summer and create different science experiments. Learn about different topics of science and apply them to experiments working in teams with other students. Get a strong understanding of these concepts to be ready to apply during the school year. Our experiments will be based on Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Astronomy topics.


BLC Summer Spanish Course

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*Class time frames TBD. Please Inquire with Mrs. Jen.

Curriculum will be created based on Placentia- Yorba Linda School District. These classes will be individualized and created to preview Spanish Level 1,2,3,4 courses.


BLC Summer SAT/ACT Prep (Basic Review of Strategies and Test)

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Option 1:

Monday & Wednesday ( 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM)

Option 2:

Tuesday & Thursday (9:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

Option 3:

Friday Add On (9:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

A big portion in being successful at Standardized tests is knowing how to use test strategies. Through the use of a disciplined time management as well as learning types of test strategies for different questions, students will become better test takers and gain confidence in taking PSAT and SAT.  This course reviews over diverse test strategies to help students gain test skills that are beneficial on the PSAT and SAT.  Along with learning test strategies, there will be a brief review over math concepts, grammar concepts, and vocabulary.