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Creative Writing – How To Tell A Story

Creative Writing – How To Tell A Story

Class Description: This class is going to focus on the idea of”writing” and “storytelling”itself. What does it mean to be a writer, how do you write, how do you work with language, what does it mean to tell the truth, how to craft a story, etc. the class will focus on nonfiction and personal essays where students can use their own life experiences as a basis for their writing. Ideally, students have a level of maturity that can allow them to grow and develop as a writer on a daily basis. This will be a higher level workshop in terms of how they think about writing and what it means to capture a moment in a character’s life. It will be more perspective taking, deeper analysis on character psychology, and will gear students to be more prepared for college personal statements. We will work a lot more with details, line editing, and word choice with the hope that the students can finalize a select few essays.

At the end of the class, students will be leaving with 3-4 polished personal essays.

Class Goals:

● To recognize the significance of storytelling in everyday lives and future careers.

● To develop writing skills and personal introspection.

● To write about oneself, one’s own personal life experiences, interests, ideas, and stories.

● To understand character psychology and how to craft a complex character.

● To polish and finalize personal essays that can be submitted for publication.

Class Expectations:

● We will be using both​ laptops and paper/pen. Laptops will be used when we are discussing

○ Please bring laptops still, there may be times that students will need them.

● All homework assignments will be turned in with the following guidelines:

○ Typed and printed (not handwritten)

○ 12 point font, 1 inch margins, Times New Roman

○ 1-2 pages single spaced or 2-4 pages double spaced

○ Include name, title, and page numbers

○ Turning in Assignments:

■ Email hello@projectimpetus.com with subject: 2018 Summer Creative Writing – Story Telling Assignment # and Name by start of class.

● Students must maintain positive attitudes, give only constructive criticism, and respect others students’ work.

● What happens in class, stays in class.

○ Students may be writing about personal experiences, so please do not share or discuss anything that is said, written, or done in class outside of the classroom.

Class Start Dates, Times, Tuition:

● Tuesdays & Fridays 7/17, 7/20, 7/24, 7/27, 7/31, 8/3, 8/8

● 6:15 p.m. – 9:15 p.m.

● Total 21 Hrs ● $1,020 Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/CrvHVggIPPvTbcc32

2018/01/06 张慈的好莱坞与《硅谷中国人》讲座

 

http://dailynews.sina.com/gb/news/usa/uslocal/singtao/20150303/08596495403.html

 

时间: 1/14/2018 星期天,6-8 pm (大家带菜聚餐) 

地点:  探賦教育中心 (1260 s Abel st, Milpitas, CA95035)

报名:https://www.sayweee.com/event/view/q29s5

收费: 建议杂费捐款 $2 / Person

* 演讲嘉宾介绍:

张慈 May May Miller,美国华裔著名作家、纪录片导演及制作人。张慈1988年参与拍摄了由吴文光导演的中国第一部独立纪录片《流浪北京》;1994年参与拍摄《四海为家》。2015年由张慈执导的纪录片《哀牢山的信仰》荣获旧金山”世界独立电影节 TWIFF” 最佳家庭故事奖( The Best Family Story Award);2015年11月1日获洛杉矶”中美电影节”(CAFF)”Official Selection”;2016年11月获SFNCFF”中国最佳山村故事奖”(Best Chinese Mountain Village Story Award) 。去年的8月13日,张慈带着她的新作《硅谷中国人》第一集《力量》回到上海、北京、昆明举行首映式,引发各方关注。《硅谷中国人》用影像讲述了一群生活在硅谷的中国人鲜为人知的故事,全面记录了Trust look移动安全公司创始人张亮、斯坦福大学材料科学和工程学院教授崔屹、幼发拉底全球孵化器创始人沈赐恩、Epitomics公司创始人余国良在硅谷生活的真实现状,他们也是在美国打拼的华人中颇具代表性的人物。张慈试图通过纪录片方式,讲述海外中国人的气质,活着的意义。张慈定居美国加州硅谷-帕洛阿图小镇,是美国幸运星电影公司CEO, 出版书籍四本,摄影作品近4万张,为ITP索菲亚大学驻校艺术家,中国第一部独立纪录片《流浪北京》的主角之一。

关于探賦读书会,是由探賦教育中心特别提供场地的硅谷读书会, 自二月以来已经举办多次, 并且参加者越来越多, 讨论也越来越活泼。 

关于探賦教育中心: DTE为5至18岁的儿童提供S.T.E.A.M课程和营地。 我们将科学,技术,工程,艺术,数学在教室中整合起来。我们致力于儿童和青少年的教育,发展儿童的巨大潜力,培养发现,发明和创意人才。

http://dte.leeyee.us/coding-classes/coding-schedule/

协办:硅谷女性: The mission of the Association is focused on Charity, Community Services and Culture/Art, to organize various activities in educational fields, community services, diversified culture, professional development, healthcare; to establish relationship with other non-profit organizations or associations; to enrich members’ visions and lives; to share and appreciate members own culture and heritage.

 

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Class description and schedule: http://dte.leeyee.us/coding-classes/coding-schedule/

 

 

12/10 Palo Alto Coding Class Open House

Event Registration

 

Event Date: 12/10/2017 11-1 PM

Event Address: Sophia University Room 141,

1059, E Meadow Cir, Palo Alto, CA 94303

Contact:
Phone: (650) 492-8983
Email: info@dte.leeyee.us

Open house is only for *NEW* students age from 11-15 years old or 5-9th graders. Please register for one class only.

12/10 11-12 PM Python Introduction Trial Class

Python Introduction Class Description

12/10 12-1 PM Java Introduction Trial Class 

Java Introduction Class Description

 

 

Java Introduction

Class Java Introduction Register Now
Age 11+
Prerequisite Pre-algebra.
Schedule 2 hr/week. 16 weeks.
Description Students start by familiarizing themself with JShell, Java’s interactive command line shell that allows programmers to run single lines of code and get immediate feedback. Then, students will create 

a guessing game, a secret message encoder, and a multitouch bubble-drawing app for both desktop and mobile devices using Eclipse, an industry-standard IDE, and Android Studio, the development environment for making Android apps.

Check out the sample chapter!

https://www.nostarch.com/download/LearnJava_sample_ch2.pdf

Curriculum

Java is the world’s most popular programming language, but it’s known for

 having a steep learning curve. Learn Java the Easy Way takes the chore out of learning Java with hands-on projects that will get you building real, f

unctioning apps right away.

As you build these apps, you’ll learn how to:

  • Perform calculations, man
    ipulate text strings, and generate random colors
  • Use conditions, loops, and methods to make your programs responsive and concise
  • Create functions to reuse code and save time
  • Build graphical user interface (GUI) elements, including buttons, menus, pop-ups, and sliders
  • Take advantage of Eclipse and Android Studio features to debug your code and find, fix, and prevent common mistakes

Chapter 1: Getting to Know Java with JShell
Chapter 2: Build a Hi-Lo Guessing Game App!
Chapter 3: Creating a GUI for Our Guessing Game
Chapter 4: Creating Your First Android App
Chapter 5: Deciphering Secret Messages
Chapter 6: Creating Advanced GUIs and Sharing Your App
Chapter 7: Make Secret Messages a Phone App to Share with Friends!
Chapter 8: Paint Colorful Bubbles with Your Mouse!
Chapter 9: Adding Animation and Collision Detection with Timers
Chapter 10: Making BubbleDraw a Multitouch Android App

Python Advanced

 

Class Python Advanced
Age 13+
Prerequisite Python Introduction. Algebra.
Schedule 2 hr/week. 16 weeks.
Description Fast-paced, thorough introduction to Python that will have you writing programs, solving problems, and making things that work in no time. Put what you have learned from Python Introduction class into practice with two substantial projects: a Space Invaders–inspired arcade game and data visualizations with Python’s super-handy libraries.
Curriculum Section 1: Python Fundamental Concepts Review. Learn files and exceptions as well as how to test your codes.

Section 2: Alien Invasion project. Use the Pygame package to develop a 2D game in which the aim is to shoot down a fleet of aliens as they drop down the screen in levels that increase in speed and difficulty. At the end of the project, students will have learned skills that will enable them to develop their own 2D game.

Section 3: Data Visualization project.  Introduce students to data visualization through a variety of visualization techniques. Work with data sets generated through code, data sets downloaded from online sources, and data set your programs down load automatically. After students complete this project, they will be able to write programs that sift through large data sets and make visual representations of that stored information.

About Ms. Liang

梁明明

Sunday 8-10 Years-old and 11-16 years-old

3:30pm-5:00pm 5:00 pm-6:30pm

 

1987毕业于广州美术学院美术教育系,获学士学位。从事美术教育三十年,指导学生作品

多次获国际,国家,省,市奖项,历年来,所辅导的学生分别考取国内的艺术院校,和国际

知名艺术学院芝加哥艺术学院。个人获中国教育部艺术委员会颁发的美术类指导工作一等

奖。精于油画,水彩,素描,速写,致力研究艺术创作,多次举办个人画展,作品多次入选

国际艺术大展及全国,省,市美展,并广为国内外机构和私人收藏。

现为广东省美术家协会会员。广东礼赞自然油画风景研究会副会长。广州市美术家协会会员。

美国旧金山中华艺术学会会员。2012年于旧金山湾区创立明明艺术工作室。

 

个展:

2014 “季节的声音”/广州可创铭嘉画廊

如花似锦”/广州青云书院艺术馆

2012 “季节的声音”/美国旧金山

2010 “冬去花又开”-梁明明作品展/广州小洲艺术区

2009 “正午·盛放”-梁明明油画展/广州国际艺术空间站

2007 梁明明油画作品展/上海顶层画廊;

悸动梁明明油画展/上海跨越画廊;

主要参展:

2016-2017 快感与意义玩味六人油画作品展/深圳罗湖美术馆

2016 4thAnnualSmallWorksGroupShow/美国SacramentoTim Collom Gallery

弘艺敦谊情系中华两岸四地当代名家作品邀请展/美国旧金山国际艺术中心

2015 “指看南粤油画作品展/广州华艺廊

2014 “Essence”艺术展/美国旧金山Misho画廊

2013 LAARTSHOW 2013/美国洛杉

中美艺术家观念摄影展/广州文瀛艺术高地美术馆

“Forward”艺术展/美国旧金山Misho画廊

“Spring”艺术展/美国旧金山Misho画廊

玩味六人展油画作品展/广州艺壹仟艺术区

2012 美国硅谷艺术中心作品邀请展/美国硅谷

2011 “飞花.菲花女画家油画作品展/珠海诚丰艺术馆

广州市美术家协会会员优秀作品展/杭州

2010 中国岭南油画穗港澳油画作品巡展/香港等地

2009 “吐露芬芳油画联展/广州艺博院

2008 “地恸·重生“5·12表情”/广东美术馆

呼吸来自自然寂静的回声岭南当代风景油画巡展/广州

2007 中国岭南油画·雕塑2007巡回展/广州

礼赞自然第二回油画风景作品展/广州艺术博物院

中国岭南油画(穗港)小幅精品展/广州大学城

二份之一意境·空间女画家作品邀请展/广东省美术馆时代分馆

2006 “礼赞自然六人油画作品展/佛山榕城美术馆

三心一意女画家三人行油画作品展/广州扉艺廊

中国岭南油画春日阳光油画展”/广州

2002 “享受阳光”—广东八女子油画美术作品展/广州艺术博物院

2001 “欧洲金秋行广东省美术家访欧美术作品展/广东省美术家协会展厅

2000 广东省当代油画美术作品展/广东美术馆

1999 庆祝建国50周年广东省美术展/广东美术馆

1998 “我们的艺术”51回星河展/广东画院展览馆

1997 “`97广东省青年美术家协会作品展览”/广州

1995 广东省纪念抗日战争胜利50周年美术作品展/广州

1994 第八届全国美展油画展区/广东画院

广东省庆祝建国45周美术年美术作品展/广州

获奖收藏情况:

获奖

2011 广州市美协粤韵秋华杭州巡展获优秀奖

2007 “中国岭南油画(穗港)小幅精品展获优秀奖

2006“中国岭南油画春日阳光油画展获优秀奖

2004 获中华人民共和国教育部艺术教育委员会颁发的美术类指导工作一等奖

公共收藏:

中国农业银行广州艺术博物院德懿美术馆 青云书院美术馆

私人收藏:

作品多幅为国内外私人收藏

8/13/2017 探赋-读书会-“我的前半生”

8/13 “我的前半生” 读书会。

现在已经接龙甚长, 党代表和能做好吃的菜的优先报名 [Yeah!][Yeah!]

 

  

我的前半生(2016年沈严执导电视剧)

是新丽电视文化投资有限公司出品的都市情感剧,由沈严执导,靳东、马伊琍、袁泉、雷佳音、吴越领衔主演。该剧讲述了生活优越安逸的全职太太罗子君 与丈夫陈俊生离婚后一切归零,在闺蜜唐晶及其男友贺涵的帮助下打破困境,进入职场,在自我成长中走向人生下一程的故事 [2]  。

该剧于2017年7月4日在东方卫视、北京卫视首播

Creative Writing

 Creative Writing 201 

 

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Requirement:

2nd – 3rd grade

Schedule:

Every Sat. 3:00-4:30 PM, 7 sessions

4/8 – 6/3. No class on 4/23, 5/27

Tuition:

$175. Small group up to 8 students.

 

 

 

Instructor Ms. Katherine

B.A. English – University of California, Berkeley

Single Subject Teaching Credential, English – University of California, Davis

Topics covered:

Fundamental elements of writing.

Projects include mythology, fairy tales, photo story and short story. We make our classes fun and inspirational!

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