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## SY 23-24 Peer Tutoring Club

**AP Biology**

Tutor: Matthew Lee

- Note-based, iPad-recorded lecture videos that portray confidence and expertise
- Offering a 2020 Effective College Board AP Biology Course & Exam Description-based guideline of what must be learned and to what extent
- Emphasis on the logical flow of the concepts & smooth transition to practice problems

**AP Statistics**

Tutor: David Cho

- Learn basic concepts and terms for AP Statistics
- Utilize problems from Khan Academy and College Board to practice hands-on experience
- Prepare for 2024 AP Statistics test with past exam materials

**AP Calculus AB/BC**

Tutor: Raina Lee

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**AP Chemistry**

Tutor: Andrew Shim

- AP Chemistry is an introductory college-level chemistry course. Students cultivate their understanding of chemistry through inquiry-based lab investigations as they explore the four Big Ideas: scale, proportion, and quantity; structure and properties of substances; transformations; and energy.

**AP SPANISH**

Tutor: Nayoung Kim

- Every video will have the key vocabulary that will enrich the quality of the work for the FRQs in the exam.

**Competition coding**

Tutor: Kevin Lim, David Cho, Lucy Kim

- The competition programming course helps students prepare for various programming contests, whether that be USACO, ACSL, or other competition. Although knowledge of Python is preferred, this isn't necessary as there will be a series of introductory videos for programmers without experience. In this course, students will learn various algorithms (such as DFS, BFS, and brute force), and data structures such as lists, stack, queue, and deque. By the end of this course, students should be able to use and apply these data structures and algorithms to fluently solve coding competition problems.

**Geometry**

Tutor: Annie Cho

- In Geometry, students develop reasoning and problem-solving skills by studying congruence and similarity by applying properties of lines, triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles.

**Algebra II**

Tutor: Apple Jun

Algebra 2 is a course where students will further delve into the world of algebra by solving linear, quadratic, and exponential equations as well as by exploring series, sequences, and basics of trigonometry.

Algebra 2 is a course where students will further delve into the world of algebra by solving linear, quadratic, and exponential equations as well as by exploring series, sequences, and basics of trigonometry.

**Algebra I**

Tutor: Lucy Kim

- Need assistance with Algebra 1?
- Are you finding certain math concepts challenging in your class?
- Our Peer Tutoring Club, Algebra 1 group is here to support you!
- We specialize in teaching math concepts and provide video lectures on our website.

**Pre-algebra**

Tutor: Reina Li

- The Pre-Algebra course will build a foundation of basic algebraic concepts, which helps students prepare for future algebraic classes.
- Students will learn integers, fractions, decimals, linear functions, and basic geometry skills

## SY 22-23 Peer Tutoring Club

**AP World History**

Tutor: Jade Lee

- College-level history class where students within DIS first learn the basics of writing an argumentative AP FRQ (Free Response Question).
- Helps students develop basic argumentative rhetoric, by expecting students to use historical events as supporting evidence.
- Students are challenged to truly examine history and conclude an analysis of it rather than being encouraged to memorize information.

**AP BIOLOGY**

- Note-based, iPad-recorded lecture videos that portray confidence and expertise
- Offering a 2020 Effective College Board AP Biology Course & Exam Description-based guideline of what must be learned and to what extent
- Emphasis on the logical flow of the concepts & smooth transition to practice problems

**AP Psychology**

Tutor: Raina Lee

- This course is for students who are enrolled in or plan to take AP Psychology. The course follows the standard AP Psych curriculum issued by the College Board and Myer’s Psychology Textbook, utilizing resources from both as reference materials.

**General Chemistry**

Tutor: Anthony Park

- Inquiry-based laboratory course that prepares students for further studies in the sciences and develops problem-solving skills.
- Focused on the composition, structure, properties, and behavior of matter
- Includes in-depth study of chemical reactions, basic problems, and equations.

**Pre-calculus**

Tutor: David Cho

- Are you struggling with math? Are you confused with the math concept you learned in class?
- Peer Tutoring Club Pre-Calculus group is ready to help you!
- We help students with teaching math concepts and upload video lectures on our website!

**Pre-algebra**

Tutor: Apple Jun and Annie Cho

- Pre-Algebra is a course that teaches arithmetic and basic geometry skills to prepare students for Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II.
- Uses Holt McDougal Larson Pre-Algebra as reference.

**Spanish**

Tutor: Nayoung Kim

- Spanish is a Romance language of the Indo-European language family that evolved from colloquial Latin spoken on the Iberian Peninsula.
- Course is for All DIS students who are currently taking or having interest in Spanish.
- We learn vocabs, grammar, and dialogues through this course.