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					Montgomery College
  endless possibilities




                  Grades K–12

    Over 200
    Fun-Filled
     Classes!
Art, Adventure, Astronomy,

Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computers,

Dance, Design, Math,
                                                           Welcome
                                                           We are pleased to offer a wide assortment of educational
Music, Mysteries,                                          opportunities for the youth of our communities. You will find a
                                                           rich variety of activities to stimulate young minds and to provide
                                                           meaningful learning experiences. Summer can be a wonderful
Poetry, Reading,
                                                           time to explore new areas of interest and to visit the campuses of
                                                           Montgomery College. We have been serving our community as a
Robotics, Science,                                         learning institution, for all ages, for more than 50 years and look
                                                           forward to having you with us this year.
Sports,
                                                           Keep in mind that you should make every effort to sign up as soon
                                                           as you can for the programs of your choice because we accept
Writing,                                                   students in the order that we receive their registration forms.

and so much                                                Pending funding, a limited number of scholarships (one course
                                                           per child) may be available this summer (scholarship eligibility
more!                                                      is determined by qualification for Montgomery County’s free or
                                                           reduced meal program). The deadline for Scholarship submission

  WE HAVE                                                  is May 28, 2010.


  IT ALL!
                                                           Also, remember that we are here to answer any questions you may
                                                           have by simply calling us at 240-567-7264 or 240-567-7917.

                                                           Enjoy.
Did you know that Montgomery College offers classes
                                                           Sincerely,
 for kids in grades K–12 throughout the school year?
          Look for exciting programs such as
  Saturday Discoveries and Kids College. For more on
     these programs, please visit us on the Web at         George Payne
                                                           Vice President
 http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/youth.html          Workforce Development
                                                           & Continuing Education
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                                                                                                  Summer Dinner Theatre ................................................ 38
                   Table of Contents                                                              Summer Student Writing Institute .................................. 39
                                                                                                  Young Scientists Academy ............................................. 40
General Information ............................................................ 7           More Course Selections. .................................................... 41
Summer Offerings at a Glance ........................................... 10                  Adventures in Math ...............................................................................................41
How to Read a Course Description .................................... 22                     Adventures in Robotics .........................................................................................41
Maps and Directions ........................................................... 65           Aggressive Learning I for Students Entering Middle School ...............................41
                                                                                             Aggressive Learning I for Middle School Students ..............................................42
Specialty Programs/Camps ................................................ 23
                                                                                             Aggressive Learning I for Students Entering High School ..................................42
    Biology Camp................................................................. 23         Aggressive Learning I for High School Students .................................................42
        Biology: Life in the Ocean                                                           Aggressive Learning II for Students Entering Middle School ..............................42
        Biotechnology and Diversity                                                          Aggressive Learning II for Middle School Students .............................................43
    Joy of Art ........................................................................ 24   Aggressive Learning II for Students Entering High School .................................43
        Designing My Space                                                                   Aggressive Learning II for High School Students ................................................43
        Masks Around the World                                                               Alice in Computerland ..........................................................................................44
        Oceans Alive!                                                                        Art Attack ...............................................................................................................44
        The Wild, Wild West and Desert                                                       Cartooning, Comics, and Manga ..........................................................................44
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    Mad Science .................................................................. 26        Chemistry ............................................................................................................45
        3-2-1 Blast Off                                                                      Computer Animation Using Macromedia Flash ....................................................45
        Chemistry Collision                                                                  Computer Programming Camp for Boys and Girls ..............................................45
        Crime Scene and Chemistry                                                            Computer Programming Camp for Middle School Girls.......................................46
        Dinosaurs and More                                                                   Computer-Aided Drafting/Design (CADD) using Autodesk Inventor .................46
        Earth, Space, and Beyond                                              M ad           Cooking It Up with Kids .......................................................................................46
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        NASA: Journey into Outer Space                                                       Create a Fictional World .......................................................................................47
        Ooey, Gooey, and Yummy                                                               Creative Speaking and Writing .............................................................................47
        Red Hot Robots                                                                       Design Your Dream Room ....................................................................................48
        Science in Motion                                                                    Digital Game Design and Creation 1 ....................................................................48
        Secret Agent Lab                                                                     Digital Game Design and Creation 2 ....................................................................48
    Mathematics Enrichment Programs ............................... 30
                                                                     0                       Digital Media Arts: Photoshop and Illustrator for High School Students ............49
        Pre-Algebra                                                                          Effective Writing ...................................................................................................49
        Algebra I                                                                            Empowered Writing ..............................................................................................49
        Geometry                                                                             Everyone’s a Star ..................................................................................................50
        Algebra II                                                                           Explore the Magic of Reading, Writing, and Technology ....................................50
        Pre-Calculus                                                                         Exploring Archaeology in Maryland .....................................................................51
        Calculus                                                                             Fiction Writing Workshop ......................................................................................51
    Music Camps ................................................................. 33         Get Ready, Get Set, Get a Job! .............................................................................52
        Music Preparatory Division                                                           Getting Ready for Kindergarten.............................................................................52
        Chamber Music Festival                                                               GURL Power..........................................................................................................52
        Masterworks Festival                                                                 Hands On Art: Exploring New Territory ...............................................................53
        Rockville Summer Band Camp 2010                                                      Intensive Creative Writing Workshop ....................................................................53
        Summertime Music – A One-Week Orchestra                                              Introduction to Sculpting and Plaster Casting ......................................................53
                                                                                             Keyboarding for Computers .................................................................................54
    Sport Camps .................................................................. 36
                                                                                             Leadership Skills Camp ........................................................................................54
        Germantown Baseball
                                                                                             Making 3-D Models ..............................................................................................54
        Germantown Softball
                                                                                             Master Your Presentations ....................................................................................55
        Rockville Tennis
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Mastering Writing Techniques ...............................................................................55
Math Logic ............................................................................................................55
Math Magic ...........................................................................................................55
                                                                                                                                            General INformation
Mathematics Fun ...................................................................................................56
Mixed-Media Adventures .....................................................................................56                     Registering Your Student
Mosaic, Painting, and Pastels.................................................................................56                   Use one form for each student...
Movement and Dance for the Young Actor ..........................................................57                                   •   Make Course Selection(s)
Newsletter Writing ................................................................................................57                     Ages/Grades listed with each course title indicate the age/grade of
Paint, Paint, Paint!..................................................................................................57
                                                                                                                                          the student during the 2009–2010 school year.
Physics ..................................................................................................................58
Reading Adventures ..............................................................................................58                   •   Complete Registration Form
Scrapbooking, Bookmaking, and Cards.................................................................58                                    One per student. Be sure to include student’s MC Identification Number.
Smithsonian Museum Tours (SMT) ......................................................................58                                   If he/she does not have an MC ID number, one will be assigned at
SOS for Middle School Students ...........................................................................59                              registration. This will be the student’s permanent Identification Number
SOS for High School Students ..............................................................................59                             at Montgomery College. You will want to keep it in a safe place.
Summer Bridge Workshop .....................................................................................59                        •   Complete All Signature Lines
Summer Science Camp for Girls ..........................................................................60
                                                                                                                                          Signature of school official is REQUIRED for students enrolling in
Super Software Mania............................................................................................60
Survival Away from Home ....................................................................................60
                                                                                                                                          courses indicated as [GT]*
The New Doll House ............................................................................................61                          *(Applications cannot be processed without applicable signatures)
The Propaganda Pie ..............................................................................................61                   •   Registrants Will Be Enrolled In The Order That Registration
Theatre Arts and Design ........................................................................................61                        And Payments Are Received.
Video Production ..................................................................................................62                     We urge you to register as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Web Design Camp for Girls/Boys ........................................................................62                                 You will receive acknowledgement of your registration. If confirmation
Who Done It? ........................................................................................................62                   of registration is not received at least five days prior to the start of the
Writing for the SAT................................................................................................62
                                                                                                                                          class, please call our Customer Service office at 240-567-5188.
Whose Line Is It Anyway? ....................................................................................63
Writing Games and Digital Stories in the New Alice ...........................................63                                      •   All Students Must Register Prior To Attending Class;
Writing Just for Fun ..............................................................................................63                     do not attend class if you have not registered in advance.
Young Artist Program ............................................................................................64                   •   Classes Will Be Cancelled If They Are Under-Enrolled.
                                                                                                                                   4 Ways to Register
                                                                               Suduko 1–6!

           Just for
                                                                                                                                      •   Mail: Mail form(s) and full payment to: Montgomery College,
                                                                                                                                          Workforce Development & Continuing Education
                                                                                   2                                           3          Summer Programs, 51 Mannakee Street, CC220,



             Fun!
                                                                                                                                          Rockville, MD 20850.
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                                                                                                                                          Please make all checks payable to Montgomery College. Visa,
                                                                                            1                             4               MasterCard, and Discover are also accepted for payment.
                                                                                                                                      •   Fax: Summer Programs: 240-567-7548
                                                                                            6                             3               Please indicate your credit card payment information.
          Fill in each column and row with
                                                                                                                                      •   Walk–in: Registration(s) must be brought to the Campus Center
        numbers 1–6. Use each number only                                                             4         5
           once per row, column, and cell.                                                                                                building, Rockville Campus, Room 220.
                  Answer on page 22.                                               1                                           4      •   Web: http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/youth.html
                                                                                                                                          Look for registration link under the program area.

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Scholarships                                                                        Contributions to Our Youth Scholarship Fund
Pending funding, a limited number of full or partial scholarships may be avail-     You may take advantage of this easy way to make a tax-deductible contribution to
able for Montgomery County students who qualify for free or reduced lunch.          the College’s Youth Scholarship Fund by writing an amount on the Registration
Scholarship application deadline is May 28, 2010.                                   Form. Your contribution helps children who would not otherwise have access to
No scholarship application will be accepted after May 28, 2010.                     these challenging and exciting learning opportunities.
Submission of scholarship application does not guarantee that scholarship funds
will be granted. To apply for a scholarship, complete the registration form, and    Disability Support Services
attach a copy of the free or reduced meals eligibility form or a copy of your       If you require an aid, services, or barriers removed to fully participate in
current income tax form showing total family income. Mail these forms along         Montgomery College Workforce Development & Continuing Education programs,
with a check or credit card information for the amount of the fee. (Scholarship     register first, then call 240-567-1819 or TTY 240-567-7931, at least three weeks
awards are for the amount of the TUITION ONLY for ONE COURSE PER STU-               before the first day of class to arrange for reasonable accommodations. See the
DENT.) Fees must be paid and must accompany your registration form.                 Workforce Development & Continuing Education Schedule of Noncredit Classes
Call 240-567-7264 for information.                                                  for a complete listing of services available for students with disabilities or
                                                                                    telephone 240-567-5188 for additional information.
Residency Policy
The following are general guidelines taken from the College policy on residency     Transportation
for tuition purposes. A complete copy of the policy is available in the Montgom-    Students and their parents or guardians are responsible for all transportation
ery College Catalog.                                                                arrangements. Public transportation is available. Call Montgomery County
     • Students attending Montgomery College will pay tuition according to          Transit Information at 301-217-RIDE.
         their residency.                                                           Please pick up and deliver your student at assigned classroom; no before and
     • To qualify for tuition purposes as a resident of the state of Maryland,      after care is provided.
         legal domicile must have been maintained for a period not less than
         three months prior to the first regularly scheduled class.                  Behavioral Issues
     • Non-Maryland residents pay Out-of-State Fees. (Non-U.S. Citizens:            Students will abide by the rules and regulations of Montgomery College
         attach a copy of your passport visa or permanent resident card.)           including exhibiting classroom behavior that allows for a study environment
                                                                                    free from harassment, discrimination, and disruption. Behavior contrary to this
Cancellation Policy                                                                 will not be tolerated and may result in expulsion.
Courses may be cancelled due to under enrollment at least one week prior to
start of course or program. Students will be notified of cancellation by phone or    Health Services
e-mail and a refund will be processed for the total cost of course(s).              Should a medical emergency occur, trained personnel from the Campus Security
                                                                                    Office will be available to render aid.
Refund Policy
    •   Parents who wish to withdraw their child from a course will receive         Food Services
        100 percent refund if written request is received at Montgomery             Students may bring a lunch or snack. Cafeteria service will be available in the
        College prior to the Refund Date listed on the course confirmation form.     Humanities building at the Germantown Campus, in the Campus Center building
    •   NO refunds are provided after the refund date listed on your confirmation.   at the Rockville Campus, and in the Student Services Center at the Takoma Park/
    •   Requests for refunds may be completed in person at any of the three         Silver Spring Campus. Vending machines are located in various campus buildings.
        campus Admissions and Records offices or by writing to: Montgomery
                                                                                    Questions
        College, Workforce Development & Continuing Education, Customer
                                                                                    Telephone 240-567-7264 or 240-567-7917.
        Service, 51 Mannakee Street, CC220, Rockville, MD 20850.
        Please allow 3–4 weeks for refunds.
    •   For complete information see the Workforce Development &
        Continuing Education Schedule of Noncredit Classes.
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                      Summer Offerings.....at a Glance
                          Course Name                          AGE/GRADES       END DATE   DAYS       START TIME         PAGE

Classes beginning the week of May 18
Rockville Campus
Summer Dinner Theatre                                           16 and up         8/1                                    38

Classes beginning the week of May 25
Rockville Campus
Music: Private Instruction (30 Minute Sessions)                 Ages 7–18         8/13                                   33
Music: Private Instruction (45 Minute Sessions)                 Ages 7–18         8/13                                   33
Music: Private Instruction (60 Minute Sessions)                 Ages 7–18         8/13                                   33

Classes beginning the week of June 21
Germantown Campus
Adventures in Robotics                                          Grades 6–8        6/25     M–F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.       41
Computer Programming Camp for Boys and Girls                    Grades 6–8        7/2      M–F      9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.     45
Rockville Campus
Adventures in Math                                               Ages 8–9         6/25     M–F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.       41
Aggressive Learning I for Students Entering Middle School       Grades 5–6        7/2      M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.       41
Aggressive Learning II for Students Entering Middle School      Grades 5–6        7/2      M–F         1–4 p.m.          42
Algebra I                                                    Ages 10–14 [GT]      6/25     M–F    10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.   31




Algebra II                                                   Ages 12–15 [GT]      6/25     M–F      4:10–6:40 p.m.       32
Cartoons, Comics, and Manga                                    Grades 5–8         6/25     M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.       44
Cartoons, Comics, and Manga                                    Grades 5–8         6/25     M–F         1–4 p.m.          44
Cooking It Up with Kids                                        Grades 2–5         7/2      M–F         1–4 p.m.          46
Creative Speaking and Writing                                  Grades 7–9         7/2      M–F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.       47
Design Your Dream Room                                         Ages 14–18         6/25     M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.       48
Empowered Writing                                            Grades 8–9 [GT]      7/2      M–F         1–4 p.m.          49
Geometry                                                     Ages 11–15 [GT]      6/25     M–F        1:30–4 p.m.        31
Keyboarding for Computers                                    Grades 3–4 [GT]      6/25     M–F         2–4 p.m.          54
                                                                                           M–F      7:15–9:45 p.m.
Masterworks Festival                                           Grades 9–12        6/27                                   34
                                                                                            U       2:30–6:45 p.m.
Movement and Dance for the Young Actor                          Ages 9–12         7/2      M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.       57
Pre-Algebra                                                     Ages 9–12         6/25     M–F       8–10:30 a.m.        30
Rockville Tennis                                                Ages 5–6          7/27      T          4–5 p.m.          37
Rockville Tennis                                                Ages 7–9          7/28      W         4–5:30 p.m.        37
SOS for Middle School Students                                 Grades 6–8         7/2      M–F        5–6:30 p.m.        59
Whose Line Is It Anyway?                                       Grades 5–8         7/2      M–F         1–4 p.m.          63
Writing for the SAT                                          Grades 9–12 [GT]     7/19     M,W      10 a.m.–12 p.m.      62
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
GURL Power                                                     Grades 6–8         7/2      M–F     9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.      52
Classes beginning the week of June 28
Germantown Campus
Adventures in Robotics                                            Grades 6–8       7/2    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       41
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                                    Ages 5–13       7/2    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       36
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                                    Ages 5–13       7/2    M–F     9 a.m.–12 p.m.       36
Rockville Campus
Alegbra II                                                      Ages 12–15 [GT]    7/2    M–F     4:10–6:40 p.m.       32
Art Attack                                                        Grades 3–5       7/2    M–F     9 a.m.–12 p.m.       44
Art Attack                                                        Grades 6–8       7/2    M–F        1–4 p.m.          44
Calculus                                                        Ages 14–17 [GT]    7/2    M–F      8–10:30 a.m.        32
Design Your Dream Room                                            Ages 14–18       7/2    M–F     9 a.m.–12 p.m.       48
Digital Game Design and Creation I                              Grades 6–8 [GT]    7/2    M–F        1–4 p.m.          48
Digital Media Arts/ Photoshop and Illustrator for High School
                                                                Grades 9–12 [GT]   7/9    M–F     9 a.m.–12 p.m.       49
Students
Explore the Magic of Reading, Writing, and Technology              Ages 8–9        7/2    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       50
Exploring Archaeology in Maryland: Native American Culture      Grades 4–6 [GT]    7/2    M–F   8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.    51
Geometry                                                        Ages 11–15 [GT]    7/2    M–F       1:30–4 p.m.        31
Keyboarding for Computers                                       Grades 7–9 [GT]    7/2    M–F        2–4 p.m.          54
Pre-Calculus                                                    Ages 13–16 [GT]    7/2    M–F   10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.   32
Secret Agent Lab                                                  Grades K–6       7/2    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       29
Summer Bridge Workshop                                            Grades 2–3       7/2    M–F        1–4 p.m.          59
Summer Student Writing Institute                                Grades 3–4 [GT]    7/16   M–F     9 a.m.–12 p.m.       39
Summer Student Writing Institute                                Grades 5–6 [GT]    7/16   M–F     9 a.m.–12 p.m.       39




Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Joy of Art: Oceans Alive!                                          Ages 5–11        7/2   M–F       9 a.m.–1 p.m.      25

Classes beginning the week of July 6
Germantown Campus
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                                    Ages 5–13        7/9   T–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      36
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                                    Ages 5–13        7/9   T–F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.      36
Gurl Power                                                         Grades 6–8      7/16   M–F     9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.     52
Rockville Campus
Aggressive Learning I for Middle School Students                   Grades 7–8      7/16   M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      42
Aggressive Learning II for Middle School Students                  Grades 7–8      7/16   M–F         1–4 p.m.         43
Algebra I                                                        Ages 10–14 [GT]    7/9   T–F   10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.   31
Algebra II                                                       Ages 12–15 [GT]    7/9   T–F      4:10–6:40 p.m.      32
Cooking It Up with Kids                                            Grades 2–5      7/16   M–F         1–4 p.m.         46
Create a Fictional World                                           Grades 6–8       7/9   T–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      47
Creative Speaking and Writing                                      Grades 4–6       7/9   M–F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.      47
Design Your Dream Room                                             Ages 14–18       7/9   T–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      48
Effective Writing                                                  Grades 6–8       7/9   T–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      49
Empowered Writing                                                Grades 8–9 [GT]   7/16   M–F         1–4 p.m.         49
Everyone’s A Star                                                  Grades K–4      7/16   M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      50
Exploring Archaeology in Maryland: Colonial Chesapeake           Grades 4–6 [GT]    7/9   T–F    8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.   51
Geometry                                                         Ages 11–15 [GT]    7/9   T–F        1:30–4 p.m.       31
Getting Ready for Kindergarten                                      Ages 4–5       7/16   M–F         1–4 p.m.         52
Intensive Creative Writing Workshop                          Grades 7–9       7/9     T–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       53
Introduction to Sculpting and Plaster Casting              Grades 9–12 [GT]   7/16    M–F         1–4 p.m.         53
Master Your Presentations                                    Grades 3–5       7/9     T–F         1–4 p.m.         55
Mathematics Fun                                              Grades 3–5       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      56
Mosaic, Painting, and Pastels                                Grades 3–5       7/9     T–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      56
Mosaic, Painting, and Pastels                                Grades 6–8       7/9     T–F         1–4 p.m.         56
Newsletter Writing                                         Grades 5–7 [GT]    7/9     T–F         2–5 p.m.         57
Pre-Algebra                                                   Ages 9–12       7/9     T–F       8–10:30 a.m.       30
Red Hot Robots                                               Grades 2–6       7/9     T–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       28
SOS for Middle School Students                               Grades 6–8       7/16    M–F       5–6:30 p.m.        59
The Propaganda Pie                                           Grades 7–10      7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      61
Theatre Arts and Design                                      Grades 3–5       7/9     T–F         1–4 p.m.         61
Video Production                                             Grades 7–10      7/16    M–F         1–4 p.m.         62
Who Done It?                                                 Grades 7–10      7/16    M–F         1–4 p.m.         62
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Biotechnology and Diversity                                Grades 5–9 [GT]    7/9     T–F      9 a.m.–4 p.m.       23
Joy of Art: the Wild, Wild West and Desert                    Ages 5–10       7/9     T–F      9 a.m.–1 p.m.       25
Young Scientists’ Academy                                     Ages 6–13       7/9     T–F      9 a.m.–4 p.m.       40

Classes beginning the week of July 12
Germantown Campus
Germantown Softball Summer Camp (Girls Only)                  Ages 7–14       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      37
Germantown Softball Summer Camp (Girls Only)                  Ages 7–14       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       37
Red Hot Robots                                               Grades 2–6       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       28




Rockville Campus
3-2-1 Blast Off!                                             Grades K–6       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       26
Computer-aided Drafting/Design Using Autodesk Inventor     Grades 8–12 [GT]   7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–1 p.m.       46
Computer Animation Using Macromedia Flash                  Grades 6–8 [GT]    7/23    M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      45
Creative Speaking and Writing                                Grades 4–6       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       47
Dinosaurs and More!                                          Grades K–6       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      27
Exploring Archaeology in Maryland: A Week at the Museums   Grades 4–6 [GT]    7/16    M–F    8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.   51
Fiction Writing Workshop                                     Grades 4–6       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      51
Get Ready, Get Set, Get a Job                               Grades 10–12      7/16   M–W–F      12:30–2 p.m.       52
Keyboarding for Computers                                  Grades 5–6 [GT]    7/16    M–F         2–4 p.m.         54
NASA: Journey into Outer Space                               Grades 1–5       7/16    M–F         1–4 p.m.         28
Paint, Paint, Paint                                          Grades 3–5       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–12 p.m.      57
Paint, Paint, Paint                                          Grades 6–8       7/16    M–F         1–4 p.m.         57
                                                                                              9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Rockville Summer Band Camp                                 Entering Grade 6   7/23    M–F                          35
                                                                                             7–8:30 p.m. (7/23)
Summer Bridge Workshop                                       Grades 4–5       7/16    M–F         1–4 p.m.         59
Theatre Arts and Design                                      Grades 6–8       7/16    M–F         1–4 p.m.         61
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Algebra I                                                  Ages 10–14 [GT]    7/16    M–F     10:40–1:10 p.m.      31
Algebra II                                                 Ages 12–15 [GT]    7/16    M–F      4:10–6:40 p.m.      32
Biology: Life in the Ocean                                 Grades 5–9 [GT]    7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–4 p.m.       23
Crime Scene and Chemistry                                    Grades K–6       7/16    M–F      9 a.m.–3 p.m.       27
Geometry                                                   Ages 11–15 [GT]    7/16    M–F       1:30–4 p.m.        31
Joy of Art: Designing “My Space”                              Ages 5–10       7/16   M–F        9 a.m.–1 p.m.       25
Pre-Algebra                                                   Ages 9–12       7/16   M–F        8–10:30 a.m.        30
Pre-Algebra                                                   Ages 9–12       7/16   M–F        8–10:30 a.m.        30
Young Scientists’ Academy                                     Ages 6–13       7/16   M–F        9 a.m.–4 p.m.       40

Classes beginning the week of July 19
Germantown Campus
3-2-1 Blast Off!                                             Grades K–6       7/23   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.       26
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                               Ages 5–13       7/23   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.       36
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                               Ages 5–13       7/23   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.       36
Rockville Campus
Aggressive Learning I for Students Entering High School      Grades 8–10      7/30   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.       42
Aggressive Learning II for Students Entering High School     Grades 8–10      7/30   M–F          1–4 p.m.          43
Chemistry Collision                                          Grades K–6       7/23   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.       26
Computer Programming Camp for Middle School Girls            Grades 6–8       7/30   M–F       9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.     46
Creative Speaking and Writing                                Grades 7–9       7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.       47
Crime Scene and Chemistry                                    Grades K–6       7/23   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.       27
Digital Game Design and Creation 2                         Grades 6–8 [GT]    7/23   M–F          1–4 p.m.          48
Exploring Archaeology in Maryland: African American
                                                           Grades 7–8 [GT]    7/23   M–F     8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.    51
Archaeology
Get Ready, Get Set, Get a Job                               Grades 10–12      7/23   M,W,F      12:30–2 p.m.        52
Hands On Art: Exploring New Territory                        Grades 3–6       7/23   M–F          1–4 p.m.          53
Making 3-D Models                                          Grades 7–10 [GT]   7/23   M–F          1–4 p.m.          54
Mastering Writing Techniques                                 Grades 4–5       7/23   M–F          1–4 p.m.          55




Math Logic                                                   Grades 4–5       7/23   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.       55
Mixed-Media Adventures                                       Grades 3–6       7/23   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.       56
Ooey, Gooey, and Yummy                                       Grades K–6       7/23   M–F          1–4 p.m.          28
SOS for High School Students                                 Grades 9–12      7/30   M–F         5–6:30 p.m.        59
Summer Bridge Workshop                                       Grades 2–3       7/23   M–F          1–4 p.m.          59
Survival Away From Home                                     Grades 11–12      7/23   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.       60
The New Doll House                                         Grades 7–10 [GT]   7/23   M–F          1–4 p.m.          61
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Algebra II                                                 Ages 12–15 [GT]    7/23   M–F       4:10:–6:40 p.m.      32
Biotechnology and Diversity                                Grades 5–9 [GT]    7/23   M–F        9 a.m.–4 p.m.       23
Calculus                                                   Ages 14–17 [GT]    7/23   M–F        8–10:30 a.m.        32
Geometry                                                   Ages 11–15 [GT]    7/23   M–F         1:30–4 p.m.        31
Joy of Art: Masks Around the World                            Ages 5–10       7/23   M–F        9 a.m.–1 p.m.       25
Keyboarding for Computers                                  Grades 5–8 [GT]    7/23   M–F          1–3 p.m.          54
Pre-Calculus                                               Ages 13–16 [GT]    7/23   M–F     10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.   32
Secret Agent Lab                                             Grades K–6       7/23   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.       29
Young Scientists’ Academy                                     Ages 6–13       7/23   M–F        9 a.m.–4 p.m.       40

Classes beginning the week of July 26
Germantown Campus
Crime Scene and Chemistry                                    Grades K–6       7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.       27
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                               Ages 5–13       7/30   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.       36
Germantown Baseball Summer Camp                               Ages 5–13       7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.       36
Rockville Campus
Alice in Computerland                                          Grades 6–8       7/30   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        44
Exploring Archaeology in Maryland: Museums, Artifacts,
                                                             Grades 7–8 [GT]    7/30   M–F     8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.     51
and Archaeology
Leadership Skills Camp                                         Grades 7–10      7/30   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        54
                                                                                       T–F    10 a.m.–3 p.m. (T–F)
Rockville Chamber Music Festival                               Grades 9–12      7/31                                   34
                                                                                        S       7–8:30 p.m. (S)
Science in Motion!                                             Grades K–6       7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.        29
Scrapbooking, Bookmaking, and Cards                            Grades 3–5       7/30   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        58
Scrapbooking, Bookmaking, and Cards                            Grades 6–8       7/30   M–F          1–4 p.m.           58
Summer Bridge Workshop                                         Grades 4–5       7/30   M–F          1–4 p.m.           59
Writing Games and Digital Stories in the New Alice           Grades 7–10 [GT]   7/30   M–F          1–4 p.m.           63
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Algebra I                                                    Ages 10–14 [GT]    7/30   M–F    10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.     31
Algebra II                                                   Ages 12–15 [GT]    7/30   M–F       4:10–6:40 p.m.        32
Biology: Life in the Ocean                                   Grades 5–9 [GT]    7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–4 p.m.        23
Geometry                                                     Ages 11–15 [GT]    7/30   M–F         1:30–4 p.m.         31
Pre-Algebra                                                     Ages 9–12       7/30   M–F        8–10:30 a.m.         30
Red Hot Robots                                                 Grades 2–6       7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.        28
Summer Science Camp for Girls                                  Grades 6–8       7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–4 p.m.        60
Young Scientists’ Academy                                       Ages 6–13       7/30   M–F        9 a.m.–4 p.m.        40

Classes beginning the week of August 2
Germantown Campus




Science in Motion!                                             Grades K–6       8/6    M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.        29
Rockville Campus
Aggressive Learning I for High School Students                 Grades 9–12      8/13   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        42
Aggressive Learning II for High School Students                Grades 9–12      8/13   M–F          1–4 p.m.           43
Algebra I                                                    Ages 10–14 [GT]    8/6    M–F    10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.     31
Algebra II                                                   Ages 12–15 [GT]    8/6    M–F       4:10–6:40 p.m.        32
Chemistry Collision                                            Grades K–6       8/6    M–F          1–4 p.m.           26
Computer Programming Camp for Middle School Boys and Girls     Grades 6–8       8/13   M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        45
Create a Fictional World                                       Grades 4–6       8/6    M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        47
Creative Speaking and Writing                                  Grades 7–9       8/13   M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.        47
Geometry                                                     Ages 11–15 [GT]    8/6    M–F         1:30–4 p.m.         31
NASA: Journey into Outer Space                                 Grades 1–5       8/6    M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        28
Pre-Algebra                                                     Ages 9–12       8/6    M–F        8–10:30 a.m.         30
Reading Adventures                                             Grades 1–2       8/6    M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        58
Red Hot Robots                                                 Grades 2–6       8/6    M–F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.        28
Rockville Tennis Clinics                                       Ages 10–12       8/6    M–F         9–11 a.m.           37
SOS for High School Students                                   Grades 9–12      8/13   M–F         5–6:30 p.m.         59
                                                                                       M–R   10 a.m.–4:45 p.m. (M–R)
Summertime Music—A One Week Orchestra (String)                 Grades 9–12      8/6                                    35
                                                                                        F       2:45–8:45 p.m. (F)
                                                                                       M–R   10 a.m.–4:45 p.m. (M–R)
Summertime Music—A One Week Orchestra (Wind/Percussion)        Grades 9–12      8/6                                    35
                                                                                        F       2:45–8:45 p.m. (F)
Super Software Mania                                           Grades 5–8       8/6    M–F      9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.       60
Young Artist Program                                           Grades 3–5       8/6    M–F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.        64
Young Artist Program                                           Grades 6–8       8/6    M–F          1–4 p.m.           64
Web Design Camp for Boys and Girls                               Grades 6–8        8/13        M–F              1–4 p.m.               62
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Earth, Space, and Beyond                                         Grades K–6         8/6        M–F            9 a.m.–3 p.m.            27
Smithsonian Museum Tours                                         Ages 8–12          8/6        M–F            9 a.m.–4 p.m.            58
Young Scientists’ Academy                                        Ages 6–13          8/6        M–F            9 a.m.–4 p.m.            40

Classes beginning the week of August 9
Germantown Campus
Secret Agent Lab                                                 Grades K–6        8/13        M–F            9 a.m.–3 p.m.            29
Rockville Campus
3-2-1 Blast Off!                                                 Grades K–6        8/13        M–F            9 a.m.–3 p.m.            26
Algebra I                                                    Ages 10–14 [GT]       8/13        M–F         10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.        31
Algebra II                                                   Ages 12–15 [GT]       8/13        M–F           4:10–6:40 p.m.            32
Algebra II                                                   Ages 12–15 [GT]       8/13        M–F           4:10–6:40 p.m.            32
Calculus                                                     Ages 14–17 [GT]       8/13        M–F            8–10:30 a.m.             32
Chemistry                                                    Ages 14–17 [GT]       8/13        M–F           1:30–6:40 p.m.            45
Digital Game Design and Creation I                           Grades 6–8 [GT]       8/13        M–F              1–4 p.m.               48
Fiction Writing Workshop                                         Grades 6–8        8/13        M–F           9 a.m.–12 p.m.            51
Geometry                                                     Ages 11–15 [GT]       8/13        M–F             1:30–4 p.m.             31
Geometry                                                     Ages 11–15 [GT]       8/13        M–F             1:30–4 p.m.             31
Math Magic                                                       Grades 1–2        8/13        M–F           9 a.m.–12 p.m.            55
Physics                                                      Ages 14–17 [GT]       8/13        M–F           8 a.m.–1:10 p.m.          58
Pre-Algebra                                                      Ages 9–12         8/13        M–F            8–10:30 a.m.             30
Pre-Calculus                                                 Ages 13–16 [GT]       8/13        M–F         10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.        32




Rockville Tennis Clinics                                         Ages 13–17        8/13        M–F              9–11 a.m.              37
Writing Just for Fun                                             Grades 7–9        8/13        M–F           9 a.m.–12 p.m.            63
Writing Just for Fun                                             Grades 7–9        8/13        M–F              1–4 p.m.               63
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Science in Motion!                                               Grades K–6        8/13        M–F            9 a.m.–3 p.m.            29

  M = Monday       T = Tuesday   W = Wednesday   R = Thursday    F = Friday   S = Saturday   U = Sunday     [GT] = Gifted and Talented




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                                                      but use each letter only once in the entire list of words. Answers on page 22.



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          hOW TO Read a Course Description
 Courses are listed in Alphabetical order starting on page 41. Some courses may be

                                                                                                                                                                  (GT)
 part of a special program comprehensively detailed on pages 23–40 (look for in-
 structions under the title to locate the program details). Courses marked with [GT]                   Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 are for Gifted and Talented students and require additional signatures for enroll-
 ment, see General Information on page 7 for more details regarding [GT] courses.                         Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
                                                                                                                 Grades 5–9
 For further information please contact Youth Programs at 240-567-7264 or
 240-567-7917 or access the Montgomery College Youth Programs Web site:
                                                                                           Biology: Life in the Ocean
            http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/youth.html                               Marine Biology is the study of marine life. Examine marine organisms
                                                            Age/Grade                      from each of the major oceanic zones. Both live and preserved specimens
 Course Title                                         (in 2009-2010 school year)           will be available for observation, experimentation, or dissection (preserved
 Effective Writing                                          Grades 6–8                     only). Develop a greater appreciation and understanding of marine systems,
                                                                                           specifically the role these representative organisms play in the ecosystem.
 Course Description
                                                                                           Particular attention will be paid to the anatomy, reproduction, and ecology of
 Writing is one of the most important skills needed to succeed academically. Learn
 some of the practical skills for effective writing. Practice writing and gain confidence   representative organisms. Many of the labs will be messy. NOT FOR THE
 in recognizing and correcting grammatical errors and understanding the fundamentals       SQUEAMISH!! Instructor: Dr. Ijeoma Otigbuo.
 of sentence structure, punctuation, and word usage. Learn techniques for generating       $315 + $65 fee = $380; Non-Md. residents add $160
 divergent ideas for compositions and story writing. Instructor: Anita Blank               Course: SCH862
 Course Number                                                                             CRN#: 10866                               7/12–7/16
 Course: YOU154                                                                            CRN#: 10874                               7/26–7/30


                                                    Sample
 Tuition and Fees
 $125 + $40 fee = $165; Non-Md. residents add $120                                         Biotechnology and Diversity
 Location of Course                                                                        Biotechnology and diversity of organisms go hand in hand. Biotechnology al-
 Rockville Campus                                                                          lows scientists to establish diversity. In recent times biotechnology techniques
                                                                                           have enabled crime solving, paternity testing, cloning of cells leading to repro-
 CRN#               Dates             Days       Time                 # of Sessions
 CRN#: 10922        7/6-7/9           T,W,R,F    9 a.m.-12 p.m.       4 Sessions           duction without male gametes, production of insulin for diabetics, and growth
                                                                                           factors. Learn to extract DNA and solve paternity issues and problems using
         M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday                      agarose gel electrophoresis/DNA fingerprinting. Solve other genetic problems
                 S = Saturday U = Sunday [GT] = Gifted and Talented
                                                                                           and bone mysteries. Master microscope use and care and discover the various
                                                                                           organisms that share our planet. Develop critical thinking as you study world
                                                                                           cultures through video workshops. Instructor: Dr. Ijeoma Otigbou
           Suduko! Answer key
                                                Alphabet Challenge! Answer key             Course: YOU175                        4 Sessions
            2   5   6   4     1   3
                                                1. jazz          7. grown                  $300 + $65 fee = $365; Non-Md. residents add $160
            3   4   1   2     5   6             2. quiet         8. defeat                 CRN#: 10908                           7/6–7/9
            5   1   3   6     4   2             3. yucca         9. koala
            4   6   2   1     3   5             4. extra         10. molar                 Course: YOU176                  5 Sessions
            6   3   4   5     2   1             5. violin        11. porcupine             $315 + $65 fee = $380; Non-Md. residents add $160
            1   2   5   3     6   4
                                                6. bashful                                 CRN#: 10920                     7/19–7/23


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                                                                       Joy of Art: Designing My Space


 Joyof
                                                                       How would you like to furnish a room of your very own? A painted table? A woven
                                                                       wall hanging? Fun pillows? Let your dreams soar!
                                                                       Course: YOU187
                                                                       $125 + $25 fee = $150; Non-Md. residents add $120




  Art
                                                                       Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
                                                                       CRN#: 10931        7/12–7/16       9 a.m.–1 p.m.     M,T,W,R,F         5 Sessions


                                                 Ages: 5-10            Joy of Art: Masks around
                                                                       the World
     Make several projects using a variety                             Sample the mask-making traditions of places and cultures such
     of media including paper, water colors,                           as Italy, Africa, and Native Americans. Let your hidden artist
                                                                       show its face!
     acrylic paint, ink, clay, yarn, glue, and
     pencils. We will be painting, sculpting,                          Course: YOU188
     weaving, printmaking, drawing, and                                $125 + $25 fee = $150; Non-Md. residents add $120
     collaging. Come have FUN! You provide                             Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
     your bag lunch, inspiration, curiosity,                           CRN#: 10933           7/19–7/23      9 a.m.–1 p.m.      M,T,W,R,F          5 Sessions
     desire to express yourself, and
     desire to belong to a
     community of artists.                                             Joy of Art: Oceans Alive!
     Select one week or as                                             Plunge into the depths of the earth’s waters where you’ll find colorful, weird, and
     many as you like—the                                              fantastic creatures and plants. Bring them to new heights through your artistic vision!
     projects will be different                                        Course: YOU189
     every week. Register soon to                                      $125 + $25 fee = $150; Non-Md. residents add $120
     hold your place—there are                                         Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
     only 18 spaces per session.                                       CRN#: 41177          6/28–7/2         9 a.m.–1 p.m.     M,T,W,R,F         5 Sessions
     Instructors: Deborah Helfeld
     and De Fischler Herman
                                                                       Joy of Art: The Wild, Wild West
                                                     WHEN:             and Desert
                                                   Monday–Friday       Travel through your artmaking to the dry and magical desert
                                                   9 a.m.–1 p.m.       landscapes of the wild, wild West using clay, straw, papier
                                                                       mache, paint, sticks, and twine. Hi ho, Silver!

                                                 WHEre:
                                                                       Course: YOU190
                                                                       $115 + $20 fee = $135; Non-Md. residents add $120
                                    Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus   Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
                                    Science South Building, Room 120   CRN#: 10946          7/6–7/9         9 a.m.–1 p.m.      T,W,R,F            4 Sessions

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                                                                                             Crime Scene and Chemistry                                  Grades K–6


          Mad
                                                                                             Mad Science introduces you to life in the form of cells
                                                                                             and organs and to how the science behind life can
                                                                                             help you solve a crime! Discover the secrets behind




             ience
                                                                                             batteries and design marshmallow molecules!



          Sc
                                                                                             Conduct electricity and power a Mad Science
                                                                                             whirligig. Experience blood pumping through the
                                                                                             heart and air moving through the lungs. Use
                                                                                             ooey-gooey ingredients to build a model cell and
                                                                                             use your own traits to decode and decipher
 Mad Science is the largest and most comprehensive provider of science enrichment and        your DNA.
 educational services within the metro area. They perform their programming throughout the   Course: YOU115               M–F
 MCPS system and work closely with the Montgomery County science curriculum. These           9 a.m.–3 p.m.                5 Sessions
 hands-on science programs are themed around a particular area of science and include such   $265 + $55 fee = $320;
 topics as rocketry, magnets, polymers, and even the science of toys. During the week-long   Non-Md. residents add $160
 camps students will engage in exciting hands-on activities, watch spectacular demonstra-
                                                                                             Germantown Campus
 tions, participate in inquiry-based discussions, and take home things that they have made
 themselves like model rockets, periscopes, Mad Science putty, and more. Mad Science
                                                                                             CRN#: 10994              7/26–7/30
 programs offer students a chance to see just how cool science can be!                       Rockville Campus
                                                                                             CRN#: 10995              7/19–7/23
 3-2-1 Blast-Off!                                              Grades K–6                    Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 This action-packed week will focus solely on rockets and the physics of rocket              CRN#: 10993              7/12–7/16
 flight. After learning the model rocket safety code, you will build a number of dif-
 ferent rockets. Divided into three groups of altitude trackers, launch preparation,         Dinosaurs and More!                                        Grades K–6
 and launchers, you will participate in the launching, mission control, propulsion,          Make a cast of a T-Rex tooth when you study the ancient world of dinosaurs. Find
 and recovery of the rockets that were built.                                                out how rocks are formed and go “panning” for minerals. Learn the dramatic dif-
 Course: YOU114               M–F           9 a.m.–3 p.m.            5 Sessions              ferences between physical and chemical changes as you explore chemistry. Try out
 $265 + $55 fee = $320; Non-Md. residents add $160                                           space-age plasma balls to learn the secrets of electricity. Learn what polymers are;
 Germantown Campus                                                                           how sound travels; and the secrets of bubbles, air pressure, and buoyancy.
 CRN#: 10991               7/19–7/23                                                         Course: YOU120               M–F           9 a.m.–12 p.m.            5 Sessions
 Rockville Campus                                                                            $195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140
 CRN#: 10992               7/12–7/16                                                         Rockville Campus
 CRN#:10990                8/9–8/13                                                          CRN#: 11003             7/12–7/16

 Chemistry Collision                                           Grades K–6                    Earth, Space, and Beyond                                   Grades K–6
 How much fun can one day bring?!! You will get to understand the three states of            Mad Science invites you to decipher the world around you. As young astronauts,
 matter by watching how “cool” dry ice can be. Melt metal and make the nastiest              we will explore the mysteries of the solar system. How do astronauts live and work
 slime you can! What’s the difference between an acid and a base? Find out after             in space? The sun, moon, and stars are only a few of the things that must be dealt
 you perform some super fast experiments and see how sticky stick stuff can be!              with on this Mad Science space mission! Use Morse code to send secret messages to
 Each day you will bring at least two very cool experiments home.                            your friends. Learn the basics of water pollution, acid rain, and the benefits of solar
 Course: YOU119              M–F          (See times below)     5 Sessions                   energy. Recycle your own garbage to make your very own paper to take home!
 $195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140                                           Course: YOU113                M–F          9 a.m.–3 p.m.              5 Sessions
 Rockville Campus                                                                            $265 + $55 fee = $320; Non-Md. residents add $160
 CRN#: 11002             7/19–7/23            9 a.m.–12 p.m.                                 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 CRN#: 11001             8/2–8/6              1–4 p.m.                                       CRN#: 10989            8/2–8/6

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 NASA: Journey into Outer Space!                              Grades 1–5                      Science in Motion!                                        Grades K–6
 From our Earth’s atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system, this hands-            Discover how things move with science. Take apart pellets to see what an owl can-
 on program sends you on an explorer’s quest! Comets, planets, stars, and more are            not digest! View the world through a camera obscura that you make yourself. Join a
 all waiting to be discovered. Learn about the four forces of flight, the challenges of        team of camper engineers and build bridges, domes, cubes, and pyramids. Assemble
 space travel, and participate in a rocket launch!                                            and control pulleys, levers, catapults, and simple machines. Make your own side-
 Course: YOU118                    M–F          (See times below)       5 Sessions            walk chalk, crystal gardens, and chromatography-dyed T-shirt.
 $195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140                                            Course: YOU116                   M–F           9 a.m.–3 p.m.        5 sessions
 Rockville Campus                                                                             $265 + $55 fee = $320; Non-Md. residents add $160
 CRN#: 10999             8/2–8/6            9 a.m.–12 p.m.                                    Germantown Campus
 CRN#: 11000             7/12–7/16          1–4 p.m.                                          CRN#: 10996             8/2–8/6
                                                                                              Rockville Campus
 Ooey, Gooey, and Yummy                                       Grades K–6                      CRN#: 10998             7/26–7/30
 Learn all about static electricity...Watts that? Let your taste buds sour with tantalizing   Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 tastes. Get slimed! Things are not always as they appear as you’ll see with optical il-      CRN#: 10997             8/9–8/13
 lusions. What makes the world go round? It’s magnetic power! Light rays and dyes...
 what’s the difference? How is cotton candy made? It’s heat of course! What’s that? I         Secret Agent Lab                                          Grades K–6
 didn’t hear you...find out how sound travels.                                                 James Bond? MacGyver? Austin Powers?!? Do you think you have what it takes to
 Course: YOU121                    M–F           1–4 p.m.                 5 Sessions          discover “who done it?” If so, this camp is for you! From secret communications to
 $195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140                                            detective crime science; decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision. You
 Rockville Campus                                                                             will get a chance to check out cool spy equipment and even create your own edible
 CRN#: 11004             7/19–7/23                                                            message in a hands-on look at the science that spies use! Put your spy skills to the
                                                                                              test by building your very own secret safe and challenge others to crack the code.
                                                                                              Course: YOU216                  M–F           9 a.m.–3 p.m.           5 sessions
 Red Hot Robots                                               Grades 2–6                      $265 + $55 fee = $320; Non-Md. residents add $160
 Learn about the uses of robots in the world. Spend time playing with our super cool          Germantown Campus
 red-hot robots. Use your skills to build your very own working robot to take home to         CRN#: 11019             8/9–8/13
 “live” with you. Experiment with different robot designs and invent your own robot           Rockville Campus
 using recycled materials. Investigate the differences between humans and their robot         CRN#: 41185             6/28–7/2
 counterparts. Experiment with super cool robots such as soccer robot, a line tracker,        Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 a hyper peppy, and a robotic arm.                                                            CRN#: 11018             7/19–7/23
 Course: YOU217                   T–F          9 a.m.–3 p.m.         4 sessions
 $250 + $55 fee = $305; Non-Md. residents add $160
 Rockville Campus
 CRN#: 11017            7/6–7/9

 Course: YOU112                M–F         9 a.m.–3 p.m.                 5 sessions
 $265 + $55 fee = $320; Non-Md. residents add $160
 Germantown Campus
 CRN#: 10986           7/12–7/16
 Rockville Campus
 CRN#: 10987           8/2–8/6
 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 CRN#: 10988           7/26–7/30


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                                                                                        Algebra I                        Ages 10–14                          GT
 MATHEMATICS                                                                            For students who will take Algebra I in the upcoming school year. Topics covered in-
                                                                                        clude patterns, relations, equations, and functions (linear, quadratic, and exponential).


 ENRICHMENT
                                                                                        Course: SCH094           T,W,R,F             4 Sessions
                                                                                        $245 + $45 fee = $290; Non–Md. residents add $140
                                                                                        Rockville Campus

 PROGRAM
                                                                                        CRN#: 10883              7/6–7/9             10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.

                                                                                        Course: YOU173        M,T,W,R,F        5 Sessions
                                                                                        $275 + $55 fee = $330; Non–Md. residents add $160
                                                                                        Rockville Campus
 The goal of the mathematics                                                            CRN#: 41165           6/21–6/25        10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.
                                                                                        CRN#: 10914           8/2–8/6          10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.
 enrichment program is to help                                                          CRN#: 10917           8/9–8/13         10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.
 students acquire problem-solving                                                       Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 and logic-reasoning skills by                                                          CRN#: 10918           7/12–7/16        10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.
 teaching meaningful and relevant topics.                                               CRN#: 10915           7/26–7/30        10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.

 For information regarding course selection and/or requirements, call                   Geometry                         Ages 11–15                        GT
 Ms. Yang: 301-294-0811, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.                           For students who will take geometry or honors geometry in the upcoming school
                                                                                        year. Topics covered include properties of two-and three-dimensional geometric
 Pre-Algebra                     Ages 9-12                                              shapes and development of mathematical arguments about geometric relationships.
                                                                                        Course: SCH095         T,W,R,F            4 Sessions
 For students who will take Math A, B, C, or IM (or other similar courses) in the       $245+ $45 fee = $290; Non–Md. residents add $140
 upcoming school year. It is also a good review course for future Algebra I students.   Rockville Campus
 Topics covered include order of operations, decimals, fractions, percents, pattern,    CRN#: 10927            7/6–7/9            1:30–4 p.m.
 relations, and introduction to functions.
 Course: SCH001           T,W,R,F          4 Sessions                                   Course: YOU184        M,T,W,R,F        5 Sessions
 $245 + $45 fee = $290; Non–Md. residents add $140                                      $275 + $55 fee = $330; Non–Md. residents add $160
 Rockville Campus                                                                       Rockville Campus
 CRN#: 10881              7/6–7/9          8–10:30 a.m.                                 CRN#: 41173           6/21–6/25        1:30–4 p.m.
                                                                                        CRN#: 41170           6/28–7/2         1:30–4 p.m.
 Course: YOU194        M,T,W,R,F        5 Sessions                                      CRN#: 10935           8/2–8/6          1:30–4 p.m.
 $275 + $55 fee = $330; Non–Md. residents add $160                                      CRN#: 10924           8/9–8/13         1:30–4 p.m.
 Rockville Campus                                                                       CRN#: 10936           8/9–8/13         1:30–4 p.m.
 CRN#: 41175           6/21–6/25        8–10:30 a.m.                                    Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 CRN#: 10961           8/2–8/6          8–10:30 a.m.                                    CRN#: 10925           7/12–7/16        1:30–4 p.m.
 CRN#: 10963           8/9–8/13         8–10:30 a.m.                                    CRN#: 10937           7/19–7/23        1:30–4 p.m.
 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus                                                       CRN#: 10926           7/26–7/30        1:30–4 p.m.
 CRN#: 10972           7/12–7/16        8–10:30 a.m.
 CRN#: 10962           7/12–7/16        8–10:30 a.m.
 CRN#: 10964           7/26–7/30        8–10:30 a.m.



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 Algebra II                     Ages 12–15                 GT                           Montgomery Colleges Rockville Music
 For students who will take Algebra II, Algebra II with Analysis, IB AAF in the up-      Department offers several special
 coming school year. Topics include polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarith-      programs for youth this summer
 mic functions. Prerequisite: Algebra I.



                                                                                          usic
 Course: SCH096         T,W,R,F            4 Sessions
 $245 + $45 fee = $290; Non–Md. residents add $140
 Rockville Campus
 CRN#: 10882            7/6–7/9            4:10–6:40 p.m.                               M
                                                                                          Ca mps
 Course: YOU174        M,T,W,R,F        5 Sessions
 $275 + $55 fee = $330; Non–Md. residents add $160
 Rockville Campus
 CRN#: 41167           6/21–6/25        4:10–6:40 p.m.
 CRN#: 41166           6/28–7/2         4:10–6:40 p.m.                                       on the
                                                                                        Rockville Campus
 CRN#: 10912           8/2–8/6          4:10–6:40 p.m.
 CRN#: 10934           8/9–8/13         4:10–6:40 p.m.
 CRN#: 10910           8/9–8/13
 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
                                        4:10–6:40 p.m.
                                                                                       Private Instruction
 CRN#: 10916           7/12–7/16        4:10–6:40 p.m.                                 Chamber Music Festival
 CRN#: 10911           7/19–7/23        4:10–6:40 p.m.                                 Masterworks Festival
 CRN#: 10913           7/26–7/30        4:10–6:40 p.m.
                                                                                       Rockville Summer Band Camp
 Pre-Calculus                   Ages 13–16                GT                           Summertime Music—A One-Week Orchestra
 For students who will take Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus with Analysis, IB Pre-Calcu-
 lus, or IB Math Studies. Topics covered include trigonometry, vectors, sequences,
                                                                                                         Music Preparatory Division
 and series. Prerequisite: Algebra II.                                                 Montgomery College, the only community college in Maryland accredited by the
 Course: YOU195          M,T,W,R,F         5 Sessions                                  National Association of Schools of Music, is proud to introduce The Music Prepa-
 $275 + $55 fee = $330; Non–Md. residents add $160                                     ratory Division. Our mission is to offer the highest quality instruction, provided by
 Rockville Campus                                                                      the finest teachers, at an affordable cost. Lessons and classes are taught by care-
 CRN#: 41174             6/28–7/2          10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.                        fully chosen faculty members who excel in their craft of teaching and performing.
 CRN#: 10966             8/9–8/13          10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.                        Most faculty members hold graduate degrees in their instruments and many hold a
 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus                                                      doctorate degree from some of the best colleges and universities nationwide.
 CRN#: 10965             7/19–7/23         10:40 a.m.–1:10 p.m.
                                                                                       Private Instruction                       Ages 7–18                 5/25–8/13
 Calculus                       Ages 14–17                GT                           Private instruction in either piano, guitar, violin, viola, or cello for ten 30 minute,
 For students who will take AP Calculus (AB or BC), Calculus with Applications in      45 minute, or 1 hour sessions. The schedule of all lessons will be arranged with the
 the upcoming school year. Topics covered include continuity, limits, derivatives of   instructor. For further information, contact Dr. Jay Crowder, Chair of Music for Mont-
 functions, and their applications. Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus.                        gomery College Rockville Campus at 240-567-7559 or e-mail jay.crowder@montgom-
 Course: YOU177          M,T,W,R,F          5 Sessions                                 erycollege.edu. Summer lesson schedules are flexible and include ten sessions
 $275 + $55 fee = $330; Non–Md. residents add $160                                     YOU221       CRN# 11036      Ten 30 min. lessons—Tuition: $300 + Fee: $50 = Total: $350
 Rockville Campus                                                                                                                       Non-Md. residents add $160
 CRN#: 41168             6/28–7/2           8–10:30 a.m.
                                                                                       YOU166       CRN# 11031      Ten 45 min. lessons—Tuition: $375 + Fee: $75 = Total: $450
 CRN#: 10909             8/9–8/13           8–10:30 a.m.                                                                                Non-Md. residents add $225
 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
 CRN#: 10906             7/19–7/23          8–10:30 a.m.                               YOU222       CRN# 11037      Ten 60 min. lessons—Tuition: $525 + Fee: $75 = Total: $600
                                                                                                                                        Non-Md. residents add $325
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Rockville Chamber Music Festival                                                        Rockville Summer Band Camp 2010
Grades 9–12                                                                             Entering 6th Grade
Course: YOU196                 CRN#: 10959                                              Course: YOU197 CRN#: 10906
This one-week intensive course is open to intermediate pianists, string, and wind       Rockville Summer Band Camp is a great opportunity for band members that are
players, grades 9–12, who are interested in performing in small chamber groups.         going into 6th grade, with one or more years experience playing in their school
Beginning in the morning with group music theory instruction, the students will         band, to work with music specialists in small groups for flute, clarinet or saxo-
then have the chance to hone their skills as ensemble players during the after-         phone, trumpet/cornet or french horn, baritone, trombone or tuba, and percussion.
noon chamber classes taught by our professional music faculty. During the week,         MC Wind Ensemble Director, Dr. Patterson will rehearse the group ensemble daily.
students will be assigned to small ensembles and coached regularly. As needed,          Music is provided. Morning snack and water is provided.
individual instrumental instruction will be available following the end of the course                          Rockville Campus Band Room
for the day (after 3 p.m.). A Saturday evening concert held at 7 p.m. in our Music                        M–F        7/12–87/23          9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Recital Hall will feature these student groups and will conclude the festival. This                     *Student Concert on Friday, 6/23 at 7 p.m.
concert is open to the public. Audition required: interested participants will be
                                                                                                                        *Open to the public.
asked for recorded submissions by June 15.
                                                                                                  Tuition: $200 + Fee: $50 = Total: $250; Non-Md. residents add $140
 T–F       7/27–7/30            10 a.m.–3 p.m.            Rockville Campus                   Contact: For more information regarding this program contact Summer Band
               Concert on Saturday, 7/31 from 7–8:30 p.m.                                                 Coordinator, Dr. Vincent Patterson, 301-215-9299.
           Tuition: $200 + Fee: $50 = Total: $250; Non-Md. residents add $140
     Contact: For more information regarding this program and the audition process,
               contact Professor Justin Boyer at 240-567-7550 or e-mail:                Summertime Music—A One-Week Orchestra
                        Justin.Boyer@montgomerycollege.edu.                             Grades 9 and Up
                                                                                        Course: YOU219
                                                                                        Summertime Music is a five-day program of study and preparation of orchestral music
Masterworks Festival                                                                    concluding in a public performance. Summertime Music offers advanced players the
Grades 9 and Up                                                                         opportunity to work collectively in interpretation and performance of major symphonic
Course: YOU218                 CRN# 41184
                                                                                        works. Under the tutelage of conductor Pablo Saelzer, and professional coaches,
                                                                                        participants will acquire essential tools and gain valuable experience for orchestral
The Masterworks Festival will provide participants with an extraordinary opportu-       success at the advanced level. Projected Repertoire: Grieg Piano Concerto and Dvorak
nity to access symphonic repertoire that non-professional orchestras normally do        Symphony No. 8 in G major.
not play. This one-week festival is designed to provide motivated musicians the
                                                                                        Registration
opportunity to learn, rehearse, and perform a selected masterwork for symphonic         Participation in this program is by consent or an audition by the conductor. Before
orchestra. Participants will rehearse and perform side-by-side with highly quali-       enrolling and for further information, please e-mail SummertimeOrch@gmail.com
fied adult musicians under the direction of a conductor with international, national,    or call 202-905-2139. Enrollment starts in March 2010 and will close when the full
and youth orchestra experience. Monday through Friday rehearsals will culminate         number of players needed is reached. For further information and updates, please visit
in a performance of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade on Sunday, June 27, 2010.            www.MetropolitanOrchestraMC.org.
Concert is open to the public. Audition is required.                                    M–R           8/2–8/5          10 a.m.–4:45 p.m.               Rockville Campus
M–F       6/21–6/25       7:15–9:45 p.m. Rockville Campus 124 MU                                 *Student Concert on Friday, 8/6 from 2:45–8:45 p.m.
              Tuition: $10 + Fee: $5 = Total: $15; Non-Md. residents add $30                                              *Open to the public.
Concert on Sunday, 6/27 from 2:30–6:45 p.m. at the Cultural Arts
Center on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus                                               String Instrumentalists                            Wind & Percussion
                              Scholarships available                                              CRN#: 11023                                      CRN#: 11026
 For audition and further information, please visit MetropolitanOrchestraMC.org or      Tuition: $250 + Fee: $50 = Total: $300          Tuition: $150 + Fee: $50 = Total: $200
                 e-mail manager@MetropolitanOrchestraMC.org.                                  Non-Md. residents add $160                      Non-Md. residents add $140

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                                                                                                Germantown Softball                            Girls Only
                                                                                                                                     nd
                                                                                 Montgomery College Germantown is offering its 2 Softball Camp for girls,


                  Camps                                                          ages 7–14. The camp will be directed by the 2008 Baltimore Sun and Digital
                                                                                 Sports Coach of the Year, Paul O’Brien from Pallotti High School. Camp will
                                                                                 stress the fundamentals of playing the game of softball in



       Germantown Baseball
                                                                                 hitting, fielding, base running, and pitching. For more information, contact
                                                                                 Coach Rascher at 240-678-0279.
                                                                                 Course: YOU092                    Half Day
                                                                                 $110 + $40 fee = $150; Non-Md. residents add $120
                                                                                 CRN#: 10942        7/12–7/16      M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.    5 Sessions
                           AGES 5-13                                             Course: YOU093                    Full Day
 The Montgomery College Germantown Baseball Camp stresses the                    $180 + $50 fee = $230; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                 CRN#: 10938        7/12–7/16      M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.     5 Sessions
 fundamentals of hitting, fielding, pitching, throwing, base running, and all
 of the important aspects of the game. All levels of abilities are welcome.


                                                                                 ROCKVILLE TENNIS
 Teamwork and Sportsmanship will be stressed. Campers will be placed with
 their appropriate level of play. Come join us at Gryphon Park for an exciting
 week of baseball, games, swimming, and fun. For more information, contact
 Coach Rascher at 240-678-0279
                                                                                 Students will be taught fundamentals and strategies depending on their level of
 Half Day             9 a.m.–12 p.m.                                             play. We will include tennis drills, games, and match play. Please dress comfort-
 Course: YOU088                                                                  ably with tennis shoes, hats, and sunscreen. Bring a tennis racket and a water
 $100 + $40 fee = $140; Non-Md. residents add $120                               bottle; balls will be provided. Some rackets are available for sale. Come to the
 CRN#: 10939         7/6–7/9         T,W,R,F              4 Sessions             tennis courts at Rockville campus prepared to learn tennis for a lifetime of fun.
                                                                                 All tennis classes will be taught by Montgomery College men’s and women’s
 Course: YOU087
 $110 + $40 fee = $150; Non-Md. residents add $120                               tennis coach and USPTA pro Bob Finney, and his staff. For more information,
 CRN#: 41171         6/28–7/2         M,T,W,R,F           5 Sessions             call Bob at 202-680-3268 or e-mail at RFtennis4u2@yahoo.com.
 CRN#: 10940         7/19–7/23        M,T,W,R,F           5 Sessions             Course: YOU225               AGES 5–6
 CRN#: 10944         7/26–7/30        M,T,W,R,F           5 Sessions             $50 + $22 fee = $72; Non-Md. residents add $50
                                                                                 CRN#: 11034        6/22–7/27      T                4–5 p.m.         6 Sessions
 Full Day             9 a.m.–3 p.m.                                              Course: YOU226               AGES 7–9
 Course: YOU089                                                                  $75 + $33 fee = $108; Non-Md. residents add $120
 $170 + $50 fee = $220; Non-Md. residents add $140                               CRN#: 11035        6/23–7/28      W                4–5:30 p.m.      6 Sessions
 CRN#: 10943         7/6–7/9         T,W,R,F              4 Sessions
                                                                                 Course: YOU224
 Course: YOU086                                                                  $100 + $20 fee = $120; Non-Md. residents add $120
 $180 + $50 fee = $230; Non-Md. residents add $140                               AGES 10–12
 CRN#: 41172         6/28–7/2        M,T,W,R,F            5 Sessions             CRN#: 11032        8/2–8/6        M,T,W,R,F       9–11 a.m.         5 Sessions
 CRN#: 10941         7/19–7/23       M,T,W,R,F            5 Sessions             AGES 13–17
 CRN#: 10945         7/26–7/30       M,T,W,R,F            5 Sessions             CRN#: 11033        8/9–8/13       M,T,W,R,F       9–11 a.m.         5 Sessions
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            Summer Dinner
                                                                                                     Summer Student Writing
               Theatre
                                                                                                                   Institute
                                                                                                                                                                    [GT]
                    May–August, 2010                                                                                                 Course: SCH391
                               Ages 16 & Up                                                                                          Rockville Campus
                                                                                                                                        $350 + $50 fee = $400;
                        Rockville Campus                                                                                              Non-Md. residents add $225
                 Course: SDT001 CRN#: 10957
        Times and schedule arranged by instructional staff                                                                Do you love to use your imagination?
     Tuition: $349.20* + Fee: $60; Non-Md. residents: add $80                                                                Do you have a special flair for the
                                                                                                                               written word?
     *All tuition and fees are subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees.
                                                                                       Writing is an integral part of all subject areas including math and science! The Sum-
Summer Dinner Theatre is an educational experience that focuses on pro-                mer Student Writing Institute recognizes and encourages aspiring writers by giving
ducing musical theatre in a dinner theatre setting. In this intensive 11-week          them instruction in the writing process. The purpose of the Summer Writing Insti-
course, we present two major musicals, give 15 public performances, and                tute is to immerse participants in the writing process used by professional writers.
                                                                                       A variety of activities for the Institute will include directed instruction, free writing
serve more than 5,000 meals. We look for students who are talented, will-
                                                                                       time, and the application of technology. The Institute fosters students’ creativity and
ing to work hard, and have some theatrical experience. Although Summer                 enjoyment of writing. Students will explore various forms of story structure, para-
Dinner Theatre is a college-level course, we encourage talented high school            graph organization, figurative language, poetry, and idea development including the
students and interested community members to audition and/or interview for             use of a personal writer’s notebook. All participants will contribute original pieces
the course. Students can earn back some of the tuition costs through a work            to produce a final class publication. The average student/instructor ratio in this class
option which includes working during dinner (waiting tables, setting up, etc.)         is 10/1 which provides in-depth teacher support and encouragement. Each group
                                                                                       will be taught by two National Board Certified Teachers who are acknowledged as
Performance auditions and technical position interviews will be                        outstanding teachers of writing.
held May 7–9, 2010. You must audition and/or interview prior                           Registration:     Interested students are asked to submit the completed registration
to registering for class.                                                              form included in this brochure, a writing sample (i.e., poem, short story, essay, or
Classes and rehearsals are held Monday–Friday in the evening with some                 biographical sketch), and a paragraph describing the student’s interest in the Insti-
special rehearsals being scheduled on weekends before public performances              tute. The signature of a teacher endorsing the student is required on the application.
                                                                                       Since enrollment is limited, early registration is encouraged. Students from prior
begin. Public performances will be on weekends, June 18–August 1. The
                                                                                       Institutes should feel welcome to register for this summer’s program.
2010 shows are Brigadoon and Crazy for You. Summer Dinner Theatre is
held in the Theatre Arts Building on the Rockville Campus.                             Grades 3–4          No class 7/5       Instructor: Dale Healy/Lisa Rule
                                                                                       CRN#: 10948         6/28–7/16          M–F        9 a.m.–12 p.m.       14 Sessions
Please go to our Web site www.montgomerycollege.edu/sdt for
complete information. If you do not have Internet access, you may call                 Grades 5–6          No class 7/5       Instructor: Natalie Barna/Monica Ross
240-567-7676 for information.                   Scholarships are available             CRN#: 10949         6/28–7/16          M–F        9 a.m.–12 p.m.       14 Sessions

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           Scientists’
                                                                               MORE Course Selections!
     Young          Ages
                                                                         Adventures in Math                                             Ages 8–9


        Academy 6–13
                                                                         This fun-filled basic math adventure boosts your basic math skills and confidence
                                                                         while you have fun. Learn math tricks, play games, and create Palindromes with
                                                                         addition. See how simple strategies can help with subtraction, division, and word
                                                                         problems. Learn tricks to help you memorize those pesky multiplication facts.
                                                                         Instructor: Shirley Upchurch
                  Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus                       Course: SCH367
                   9 a.m.–4 p.m. Monday–Friday                           $175 + $50 fee = $225; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                         Rockville Campus
 Learn how to be a scientist. Investigate problems and solve mys-        CRN#: 41146         6/21–6/25       M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–3 p.m.        5 Sessions
 teries. Discover new and exciting scientific concepts. Design and
 participate in scientific experiments. Tour the various Health Science   Adventures in Robotics                                         Grades 6–8
 programs at the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus. In this exciting      Here’s your chance to explore the exciting world of robotics! Working in teams,
 academy, you will learn about biological research and careers in the    construct and program robots and compete in fun challenges to earn prizes. Learn
 health sciences. You will also study language and math and develop      the basics of design and programming and get hands-on experience in making your
 your problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.                      robots “see” and move. Invite your friends and family to come on the last day of camp
                                                                         to cheer you on at the final competition and awards party! No previous experience in
 Camp Director: Karen Marshall                                           robotics necessary. Instructor: Uchechukwu Abanulo
                                                                         Course: YOU064
 Course: SCH433                4 Sessions                                $300 + $50 fee = $350; Non-Md. residents add $160
 $210 + $50 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140                       Germantown Campus
                                                                         CRN#: 41149         6/21–6/25        M,T,W,R,F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.        5 Sessions
 CRN#: 10875        7/6–7/9  No class 7/5
                                                                         CRN#: 41150         6/28–7/2         M,T,W,R,F        9 a.m.–3 p.m.        5 Sessions
 Course: SCH379                5 Sessions
 $215 + $55 fee = $270; Non-Md. residents add $140                       Aggressive Learning I for Students Entering Middle School
 CRN#: 10859        7/12–7/16                                            Grades 5 & 6
                                                                         Do you want to make a successful transition into middle school? Are you afraid of
 CRN#: 10868        7/19–7/23
                                                                         feeling overwhelmed with the amount of homework? If you achieved good grades in
 CRN#: 10863        7/26–7/30                                            elementary school but are now worried, you should take this course. Learn strategies
 CRN#: 10865        8/2–8/6                                              from a sixth-grade IRT and Team Leader. Learn how to better manage your time, trick
                                                                         your teachers, and work smarter. You are already working hard—now learn how to
                                                                         study efficiently and experience success in middle school. Let us help you transition
       Before Care 8–9 a.m. and                                          with ease. Instructor: Don Milner
     After Care 4–5 p.m. available.                                      Course: YOU169
      Contact Academy Director.                                          $195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                         Rockville Campus
                                                                         CRN#: 41161         6/21–7/2        M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.       10 Sessions
 For more information, contact
 Academy Director: Professor Karen Benn Marshall,
 240-567-1340 or karen.marshall@montgomerycollege.edu
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Aggressive Learning I for Middle School Students                                              and what motivates you to learn new information. Instructor: Don Milner
Grades 7 & 8                                                                                  Course: YOU170
Are you a successful middle school student? Do you feel overwhelmed with the                  $205 + $55 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140
amount of homework? You study hard but you still aren’t making the grades you’d like.         Rockville Campus
If you are experiencing this type of frustration, take this course. Learn strategies from     CRN#: 41163        6/21–7/2        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.          10 Sessions
an IRT and Team Leader. Learn how to better manage your time, trick your teachers,
and work smarter. You are already working hard—now learn how to study efficiently              Aggressive Learning II for Middle School Students
and experience success in middle school. Instructor: Don Milner                               Grades 7 & 8
Course: YOU171                                                                                This course is specially designed for students who have had, or are currently enrolled
$195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140                                             in, Aggressive Learning I. Learning objectives reinforce the study skills taught in Ag-
Rockville Campus                                                                              gressive Learning I and give specific study strategies for each core content area, like
CRN#: 10921         7/6–7/16          M,T,W,R,F           9 a.m.–12 p.m.       9 Sessions     Science, Math, Social Studies, English, and Foreign Language. Learn tried and true
                                                                                              study strategies that help you improve your academic standing. Learn the science be-
Aggressive Learning I for Students Entering High School                                       hind learning and what motivates you to learn new information. Instructor: Don Milner
Grades 8–10                                                                                   Course: YOU172
Are you making a successful transition into grades 9–12? Do you feel overwhelmed              $205 + $55 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140
with the amount of homework? You study hard but you still aren’t making the grades            Rockville Campus
that you’d like? If you are experiencing this type of frustration, take this course. Learn    CRN#: 10919          7/6–7/16        M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.              9 Sessions
strategies from an IRT and Team Leader. Learn how to better manage your time. Trick
your teachers and work smarter. You are already working hard—now learn how to                 Aggressive Learning II for Students Entering High School
study efficiently and experience success in high school. Instructor: Don Milner                Grades 8–10
Course: SCH971                                                                                If you have taken or are currently enrolled in Aggressive Learning I, this class is a great
$205 + $55 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140                                             next step for you. Learning objectives reinforce the study skills taught in Aggressive
Rockville Campus                                                                              Learning I and give specific study strategies for each core content area, like science,
CRN#: 10877          7/19–7/30       M,T,W,R,F           9 a.m.–12 p.m.        10 Sessions    math, social studies, English, and foreign language. Learn tried and true study strate-
                                                                                              gies that help you improve your academic standing. Learn the science behind learning
Aggressive Learning I for High School Students                          Grades 9–12           and what motivates you to learn new information. Instructor: Don Milner
Are you a successful high school student? Are you afraid of feeling overwhelmed with          Course: SCH972
the amount of homework in high school? You study hard but you don’t make the grades           $205 + $55 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140
that you achieved in middle school. If you are experiencing this type of frustration, you     Rockville Campus
should take this course. Learn strategies from an IRT and Team Leader. Learn how to           CRN#: 10869         7/19–7/30        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.             10 Sessions
better manage your time, trick your teachers, and work smarter. You are already working
hard—now learn how to study efficiently and experience success. Instructor: Don Milner         Aggressive Learning II for High School Students                         Grades 9–12
Course: SCH977                                                                                This course is specially designed for students who have had or are currently enrolled
$205 + $55 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140                                             in Aggressive Learning I. Learning objectives reinforce the study skills taught in Ag-
Rockville Campus                                                                              gressive Learning I and give specific study strategies for each core content area, like
CRN#: 10870         8/2–8/13          M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.         10 Sessions    science, math, social studies, English, and foreign language. Learn tried and true study
                                                                                              strategies that help you improve your academic standing. Learn the science behind
Aggressive Learning II for Students Entering Middle School                                    learning and what motivates you to learn new information. Instructor: Don Milner
Grades 5 & 6                                                                                  Course: SCH979
If you have taken or are currently enrolled in Aggressive Learning I, this class is a great   $205 + $55 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140
next step for you. Learning objectives reinforce the study skills taught in Aggressive        Rockville Campus
Learning I and give specific study strategies for each core content area, like science,        CRN#: 10878          8/2–8/13        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            10 Sessions
math, social studies, English, and foreign language. Learn tried and true study strate-
gies that help you improve your academic standing. Learn the science behind learning

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Alice in Computerland                                           Grades 6–8                 Chemistry                                                    Ages 14–17 [GT]
Learn exciting new computer programming techniques in an innovative 3-D environ-           Enhance your knowledge and skills in atomic theory and structure, chemical bonding,
ment. Want to create animations for videos, storytelling, or playing interactive games?    states of matter, reaction types, stoichiometry, equilibrium, kinetics, and thermodynam-
ALICE is software that uses a drop-down interface and 3-D graphics to make program-        ics. Instructor: Zenia Yang
ming easy and fun to use! Instructor: Priscilla Wilson                                     Course: YOU179
Course: YOU025                                                                             $400 + $120 fee = $520; Non-Md. residents add $250
$275 + $50 fee = $325; Non-Md. residents add $160                                          Rockville Campus
Rockville Campus                                                                           CRN#: 10907          8/9–8/13          M,T,W,R,F          1:30–6:40 p.m.      5 Sessions
CRN#: 10893        7/26–7/30         M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.        5 Sessions
                                                                                           Computer Animation Using Macromedia Flash Grades 6–8 [GT]
Art Attack                                                                                 Learn how to draw and animate using Web-based animation software. Learn about the
Use your imagination and different materials to create unique artworks in this exciting    tools of the trade for graphic designers and Web designers. Gain hands-on experience
class. Explore the process of making photomontages and learn about Romare Bearden.         using top-of-the-line software to create frame-by-frame animations and “tweened”
Using finger paint, put movement into your picture of a windy meadow or a storm             animations. Learn basic animation concepts and procedures used by all professional
over a sea. Do a splash or drip painting, and then put forms, lines, words, letters, or    animators. Instructor: John Overman
hidden messages in the painting. Paint your own masterpiece using the short or long        Course: SCH362
brush strokes used by Van Gogh or choose to do a Blue or Rose period painting like         $205 + $60 fee = $265; Non-Md. residents add $140
Picasso. Mold, carve, or build with clay. Examples will be shown. Acrylic and tempera      Rockville Campus
paint will be used, so bring an old T-shirt—painting can be messy! Instructor: Myra        CRN#: 10854          7/12–7/23        M,T,W,R,F        9 a.m.–12 p.m.     10 Sessions
Maslowsky
Course: SCH860                                                                             Computer Programming Camp for Boys and Girls                          Grades 6–8
$160 + $50 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140                                          Find out what it takes to write a computer program in this summer camp designed to
Rockville Campus                                                                           teach the fundamentals of programming in a fun environment. Create cool projects to
Grades 3–5                                                                                 try out your new programming skills. The camp will focus on Visual Basic program-
CRN#: 41179          6/28–7/2         M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.        5 Sessions   ming language and present programming logic and problem solving, the basis of any
Grades 6–8                                                                                 computer programming language. Experience in Windows and on or above grade level
CRN#: 41178          6/28–7/2         M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.              5 Sessions   in math REQUIRED! Instructor: David Hill
                                                                                           Course: SCH693                   (Half Day)
Cartooning, Comics, and Manga                                    Grades 5–8                $195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140
Explore the many forms of cartoon drawings (caricatures, one-panel sight gags,             Rockville Campus
editorial cartoons), comic strips/books (superhero comics, adventurous illustrations,      CRN#: 10884         8/2–8/13         M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.    10 Sessions
westerns sci-fi and detective comics), long form illustrated narratives (graphic novels,    Course: SCH175              (Full Day)
non-fiction subjects), and Japanese manga. Apply your powers of observation and             $425 + $75 fee = $500; Non-Md. residents add $250
imagination to a variety of projects: creating original characters, designing pages,       Germantown Campus
drawing caricatures, making flip books, and developing a comic strip/book. You will be      CRN#: 41147        6/21–7/2       M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.         10 Sessions
encouraged to experiment with various drawing media and techniques. Instructor: Ellen
Vartanoff, freelancer for Marvel & D.C. Comics.
Course: YOU178
                                                                                                    Why can’t you take a
$170 + $40 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140
Rockville Campus                                                                                    picture of a chemist
CRN#: 41162          6/21–6/25        M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.       5 Sessions            using test tubes?
CRN#: 41164          6/21–6/25        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.             5 Sessions            Answers on page 64.                      tRY TO SAY THE WORDS
                                                                                                                                             “TOY BOAT” 5 TIMES
                                                                                                                                             FAST OUT LOUD. nOW TRY
                                                                                                                                             “pURPLE pAPER pEOPLE”

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Computer Programming Camp for Middle School Girls                                        Create a Fictional World
Grades 6–8                                                                               Do you love to read and write stories? Are your favorite stories the ones that take place
Find out what it takes to write a computer program in this summer camp designed to       in “worlds” of their own? If you love science fiction and fantasy like Harry Potter, Star
teach the fundamentals of programming in a fun environment. Create cool projects to      Wars, and Eragon, this class is for you! Go behind the scenes of some of literature’s
try out your new programming skills. The camp will focus on Visual Basic program-        most famous fantasy/sci-fi settings, and create one of your own. Develop a “world”
ming language and present programming logic and problem solving, the basis of any        journal that will help you establish the rules of your own special fictional place. Design
computer programming language. Experience in Windows and on or above grade level         your world’s geography, history, weather, plants, animals—even the people. Then just
in math REQUIRED! Instructor: Jo Belyea Doerrman                                         add stories! You’ll do some writing, plus lots of hands-on activities like building a 3-D
Course: SCH180                                                                           map, creating a diorama, and sculpting a creature or person from your “world.” Instruc-
$425 + $75 fee = $500; Non-Md. residents add $250                                        tor: Julia Thomas
Rockville Campus                                                                         Course: YOU103                   Grades 4–6
CRN#: 11015          7/19–7/30       M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. 10 Sessions      $170 + $550 fee = $225; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                         Rockville Campus
                                                                                         CRN#: 10890           8/2–8/6         M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.       5 Sessions
Computer–Aided Drafting/Design (CADD)
Using Autodesk Inventor                                    Grades 8–12 [GT]              Course: YOU180              Grades 6–8
Learn to develop 3-D solids, parts, and assemblies using Autodesk Inventor. Learn        $160 + $50 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140
the basics of CAD as a replacement for drawing and designing with pencil and paper.      Rockville Campus
Start by drawing, editing, and refining simple objects, and progress to highly complex    CRN#: 10929        7/6–7/9        T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.            4 Sessions
three-dimensional, interactive models. Autodesk Inventor is the engineering and manu-
facturing software used by Montgomery County Schools for all engineering programs.
                                                                                         Creative Speaking and Writing
Instructor: Marcus Lee
                                                                                         Learn to create an impressive presentation that informs, persuades, inspires, and
Course: YOU003
                                                                                         conveys a compelling message. Through practice and feedback, master the techniques
$240 + $60 fee = $300; Non-Md. residents add $160
                                                                                         for delivering consistent, successful presentations. Create powerful visual aids to add
Rockville Campus
                                                                                         impact, and learn the tools and techniques needed to grab and hold the interest of an
CRN#: 10923         7/12–7/16        M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–1 p.m.       5 Sessions
                                                                                         audience. Overcome your public speaking fears and gain the confidence to deliver
                                                                                         polished presentations of any kind. Instructor: Nekesha Price
Cooking It Up with Kids                                      Grades 2–5                  Course: SCH321                   Grades 4–6                 4 Sessions
Learn to use fractions and measurement concepts, vocabulary, and reading to perform      $205 + $50 fee = $255; Non-Md. residents add $140
a task and complete a set of directions for a recipe. Create a wonderful snack or meal   Rockville Campus
without using an oven, while reinforcing math and reading concepts and strategies. Get   CRN#: 10980         7/6–7/9           T,W,R,F           9 a.m.–3 p.m.        4 Sessions
a copy of each recipe made in class to take home and make again later. These recipes
                                                                                         Course: SCH823               Grades 4–6               5 Sessions
can be used as an after school snack or fun for the whole family to make together.
                                                                                         $220 + $50 fee = $270; Non-Md. residents add $140
Learn the proper way to handle food and utensils to keep safe. Note: There will be no
                                                                                         Rockville Campus
use of raw foods or sharp objects in this class. Instructor: Terri Miller
                                                                                         CRN#: 10976        7/12–7/16      M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.  5 Sessions
Course: SCH984                   9 Sessions
$155 + $55 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140                                        Course: SCH824               Grades 7–9              10 Sessions
Rockville Campus                                                                         $305 + $65 fee = $370; Non-Md. residents add $160
CRN#: 10615         7/6–7/16         T,W,R,F             1–4 p.m.           9 Sessions   Rockville Campus
                                                                                         CRN#: 41180        6/21–7/2       M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.  10 Sessions
Course: SCH983              10 Sessions
                                                                                         CRN#: 10978        7/19–7/30      M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.  10 Sessions
$160 + $55 fee = $215; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                         CRN#: 10979        8/2–8/13       M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–3 p.m.  10 Sessions
Rockville Campus
CRN#: 40900        6/21–7/2       M,T,W,R,F       1–4 p.m.               10 Sessions



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Design Your Dream Room                                          Ages 14–18                    Digital Media Arts: Photoshop and Illustrator for
Explore the exciting world of Interior Design! Create a unique room with decorating           High School Students                                        Grades 9–12 [GT]
tips that will turn any room from bland to vivacious in just one week. Learn to decorate      Learn to use the computer as an art medium, producing artwork in traditional and
with style, use a splash of creativity, and add some fun and pizzazz to design your dream     contemporary styles. Use basic tools and processes on the computer to create portraits,
room. Topics include selecting colors, fabrics, and furnishings; planning space; making       illustrations, and commercial/advertising art. Learn to use a variety of techniques,
presentation boards; lighting; and accessorizing. Reflect your own personal taste with         processes, and applications including Adobe PhotoShop CS and Adobe Illustrator CS.
ideas that will light a spark in the interior designer in you! Instructor: Saba Dadi          Learn about imaging and file formats and composition. Use a variety of unique tools
Course: YOU215                     4 Sessions                                                 found in digital imaging software packages to produce graphics for Web and print
$155 + $55 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140                                             output. Instructor: John Overman, 2007 curriculum design lead for the School Board–
Rockville Campus                                                                              approved digital art curriculum for MCPS.
CRN#: 11016           7/6–7/9            T,W,R,F            9 a.m.–12 p.m.       4 Sessions   Course: YOU079
                                                                                              $310 + $60 fee = $370; Non-Md. residents add $160
Course: YOU214               5 Sessions
                                                                                              Rockville Campus
$165 + $55 fee = $220; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                              CRN#: 10888          6/28–7/9        M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.       9 Sessions
Rockville Campus
                                                                                              No class 7/5
CRN#: 41182        6/21–6/25      M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.              5 Sessions
CRN#: 41183        6/28–7/2       M,T,W,R,F       9 a.m.–12 p.m.              5 Sessions
                                                                                              Effective Writing                                             Grades 6–8
                                                                                              Writing is one of the most important skills needed to succeed academically. Learn
Digital Game Design and Creation 1                        Grades 6–8 [GT]
                                                                                              some of the practical skills for effective writing. Practice writing and gain confidence
Learn to design your own board game and strategy game using Gamemaker software.
                                                                                              in recognizing and correcting grammatical errors and understanding the fundamentals
Uncover why award-winning games are successful, and how the design is taken from
                                                                                              of sentence structure, punctuation, and word usage. Learn techniques for generating
concept to final product. Share your ideas with other students while playing new games
                                                                                              divergent ideas for compositions and story writing. Instructor: Anita Blank
and learning about the different types of games. Create your own design of a game,
                                                                                              Course: YOU154
produce the basic elements, and test the game while playing with other students. In-
                                                                                              $125 + $40 fee = $165; Non-Md. residents add $120
structor: John Overman
                                                                                              Rockville Campus
Course: YOU181
                                                                                              CRN#: 10922         7/6–7/9            T,W,R,F            9 a.m.–12 p.m.      4 Sessions
$230 + $55 fee = $285; Non-Md. residents add $140
Rockville Campus
CRN#: 41169         6/28–7/2         M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions         Empowered Writing                                            Grades 8–9 [GT]
CRN#: 10928         8/9–8/13         M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions         Language is power—learn to use this power to discover the writer within you. Build
                                                                                              and develop practical writing skills that you will use in the classroom and beyond.
Digital Game Design and Creation 2                            Grades 6–8 [GT]                 Working with other students, with the instructor, and on your own, you will respond to
If you have taken or are currently enrolled in Digital Game Design and Creation 1 or          readings, persuade others, and support your position. Learn to express your opinions,
have a working knowledge of how the software functions, this class is an excellent next       collaborate with others, and confer with the instructor on your writing. By the end of
step. In this course, you will investigate a variety of topics including background and       the course, you will have produced your own portfolio of written work. Instructor:
sprite animations, variables and basic code, and how to develop game concepts and             Cynthia Krauchi
strategies and random/complex actions. Instructor: John Overman                               Course: SCH142                  9 Sessions
Course: YOU182                                                                                $160 + $45 fee = $205; Non-Md. residents add $140
$240 + $55 fee = $295; Non-Md. residents add $140                                             Rockville Campus
Rockville Campus                                                                              CRN#: 10857         7/6–7/16          M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            9 Sessions
CRN#: 10930           7/19–7/23        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions      Course: SCH143              10 Sessions
                                                                                              $165 + $45 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                              Rockville Campus
           Mother: I’d like a Nintendo game for my son.                                       CRN#: 41139        6/21–7/2       M,T,W,R,F       1–4 p.m.                  10 Sessions
           Clerk: Sorry, we do not do exchanges.

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Everyone’s a Star                                           Grades K–4                        Exploring Archaeology in Maryland
Experience firsthand what it’s like to work with a team to “put on” a play that’s fun and      This hands-on experience explores the interdisciplinary nature of archaeology. Using
educational at the same time. Go through auditioning, rehearsing, creating costumes,          history, science, and mathematics, together with mapping techniques and critical think-
putting on makeup, gathering props, building sets, and performing—all within the              ing, you will work at a historic 18th or 19th century site in Montgomery County. Instruc-
boundaries of fun and direction. Receive an on-stage part, and be part of the perfor-         tor: Tara Tetrault
mance process. Fun guaranteed! ACTORS: Please dress comfortably for each rehears-             Course: YOU059                   4 Sessions
al; wear shoes that have backs (for safety); and bring a small, healthy snack (ex. fruit or   $275 + $60 fee = $335; Non-Md. residents add $160
pretzels) and a water bottle with your name on it. Instructor: Natalie Blank                  Rockville Campus
Course: SCH819                                                                                Grades 4–6 [GT]
$160 + $60 fee = $220; Non-Md. residents add $140                                             Theme: Colonial Chesapeake:
Rockville Campus                                                                              CRN#: 10889         7/6–7/9            T,W,R,F             8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. 4 Sessions
CRN#: 10614         7/6–7/16         M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.       9 Sessions
                                                                                              Course: SCH487              5 Sessions
                                                                                              $285 + $65 fee = $350; Non-Md. residents add $160
Explore the Magic of Reading, Writing, and Technology                                         Rockville Campus
Ages 8–9                                                                                      Grades 4–6 [GT]
Authors of children’s books often include in their stories hidden meanings, a mystery,        Theme: Native American Culture
amazing facts, or an interesting effect through art. Come explore these fascinating           CRN#: 41142       6/28–7/2        M,T,W,R,F       8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.           5 Sessions
books by a variety of authors including Chris Van Alsburg, Eric Carle, and Mary Pope
                                                                                              Theme: A Week at the Museums
Osborne. Improve your reading and writing skills while adding a touch of technology
                                                                                              CRN#: 10879      7/12–7/16           M,T,W,R,F          8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.     5 Sessions
to enhance your author study. Instructor: Shirley Upchurch
Course: YOU074                                                                                Grades 7–8 [GT]
$195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140                                             Theme: African American Archaeology
Rockville Campus                                                                              $285 + $65 fee = $350; Non-Md. residents add $160
CRN#: 41148         6/28–7/2          M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–3 p.m.       5 Sessions        CRN#: 10873       7/19–7/23       M,T,W,R,F       8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.           5 Sessions
                                                                                              Theme: Museums, Artifacts, and Archaeology
                                                                                              CRN#: 10880    7/26–7/30         M,T,W,R,F              8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.     5 Sessions
                   Can You Explain?
                                                                                              Fiction Writing Workshop
             To answer these questions, you have to let your brain think in different
                                                                                              Learn to write fiction! This class gives you the nuts and bolts of writing great stories.
             ways than you may be used to. Here’s an example:
                                                                                              We’ll focus on the short story but will cover techniques that work for writing nov-
     Question:A girl who was just learning to drive went down a one-way street in the         els, screenplays, flash fiction, and more. This workshop-style class includes writing
     wrong direction, but didn’t break the law. How come?                                     exercises, interactive discussions, and assignments that take you from initial brainstorm
     Answer: She was walking.                                                                 to finished draft. Topics include structure, plot, voice, setting, character, dialogue, and
                                                                                              sentence-level revision—plus tips on how to get your story published! Instructor:
     Now, see if you can let your brain switch directions and answer the following.
                                                                                              Julie Thomas
     Answers on page 64.
                                                                                              Course: YOU101
     1. How can you throw a ball as hard as you can and have it come back to you,             $170 + $45 fee = $215; Non-Md. residents add $140
        even if it doesn’t hit anything, there is nothing attached to it, and no one else     Rockville Campus
        catches or throws it?                                                                 Grades 4–6
                                                                                              CRN#: 10892          7/12–7/16        M,T,W,R,F           9 a.m.–12 p.m.        5 Sessions
     2. Two students are sitting on opposite sides of the same desk. There is nothing
                                                                                              Grades 6–8
        in between them but the desk. Why can’t they see each other?
                                                                                              CRN#: 10891         8/9–8/13         M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.        5 Sessions
     3. There are only two T’s in Timothy Tuttle. True or false?

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Get Ready, Get Set, Get a Job!                                  Grades 10–12                 Hands On Art: Exploring New Territory                          Grades 3–6
Find out what it takes to get a great job! Discover how to write an effective resume and     Explore texture and pattern. Combine wet and dry mediums, splash or pour paint, then
how to shine in a business interview. Stand out from other high school students and be       make a design and cut it up to make another picture from the pieces. Paint a still life
“the one” that the company hires! Learn resume formatting, effective wording, consis-        in a new way. Draw with paint and draw in paint. Use surprising colors in your work.
tency, and editing. Explore common interview questions, first impressions, question           Design a 3-D and a flat landscape. Do a logo of your initials or name balancing colors
“pitfalls,” and closing an interview. Mock interviews will be conducted in class in a        and shapes. Learn to develop your creativity by following your impulses to become
fun, interactive format. Instructor: Susan Eisen                                             more spontaneous. Acrylic and tempera paint will be used—bring an old T-shirt in case
Course: YOU210                                                                               the paint drips! Instructor: Myra Maslowsky
$70 + $25 fee = $95; Non-Md. residents add $50                                               Course: SCH842
Rockville Campus                                                                             $160 + $40 fee = $200; Non-Md. residents add $140
CRN#: 11007          7/12–7/16         M,W,F           12:30–2 p.m.          3 Sessions      Rockville Campus
CRN#: 11008          7/19–7/23         M,W,F           12:30–2 p.m.          3 Sessions      CRN#: 10983          7/19–7/23      M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions

Getting Ready for Kindergarten                                  Ages 4–5                     Intensive Creative Writing Workshop                           Grades: Entering 7–9
This course is for children who will be entering kindergarten in the fall. Learn to inter-   This exciting class is for students who are self-motivated writers. The course will not
act and socialize with other children in an educational environment. This course will        focus on a particular form of writing, but rather on developing and pursuing creative
focus on reading, writing, and mathematical skills which are commonly taught in the          and original ideas for writing in any genre the writers are interested in. The young
kindergarten classroom. Children will have fun while preparing for the transition into       writers will work on developing pieces of interest to them during computer time. Writ-
elementary school. Instructor: Lisa Rule                                                     ing games and exercises will focus on specific issues. Each day will include a group
Course: YOU229                                                                               critique that looks at the specific issues of what they are working on. Class stresses
$150 + $40 fee = $190; Non-Md. residents add $120                                            learning to talk about writing like writers and to read like writers. Discussions about
Rockville Campus                                                                             structure, rhythm of language, good word choice, imagery, ways of communicating,
CRN#: 11048         7/6–7/16          M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.             9 Sessions      where ideas come from, and the publishing world and how it works will all be included
                                                                                             during the class. Bring your lunch. Instructor: Sallie Lowenstein
GURL Power                                                        Grades 6–8                 Course: YOU185
Come join us for our FUN two-week camp session filled with creative and interesting           $185 + $55 fee = $240; Non-Md. residents add $140
projects designed especially for middle school girls! Create cool digital graphics and       Rockville Campus
design your own Web sites while using your creativity and sense of style. Take field          CRN#: 10932          7/6–7/9           T,W,R,F            9 a.m.–3 p.m.       4 Sessions
trips to see how technology is being used in interesting and exciting ways, meet with
                        invited guests to explore technology careers, and include time       Introduction to Sculpting and Plaster Casting Grades 9–12 [GT]
                         for art and other cool stuff. Instructor: Priscilla Wilson          Clay modeling, Plaster of Paris castings, and a variety of traditional and sculpting tool
                                 Course: SCH181                      9 Sessions              techniques will be used to create relief sculptures, portraits, and figurines in this sculpt-
                                 $410 + $75 fee = $485; Non-Md. residents add $225           ing class. Learn the fundamentals of creating an armature, sculpting a portrait, and
                                 Germantown Campus                                           working in relief to create realistic art work. Traditional techniques of creating waste
                                 CRN#: 10887             7/6–7/16            M,T,W,R,F       molds for reproducing clay works into plaster or cement casting will be covered. Mate-
                                 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.        9 Sessions                          rial list will be provided when you register. Instructor: John Overman
                                                                                             Course: YOU220
                                    Course: SCH469              10 Sessions
                                                                                             $245 + $50 fee = $295; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                    $425 + $75 fee = $500; Non-Md. residents add $250
                                                                                             Rockville Campus
                                    Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
                                                                                             CRN#: 11021           7/6–7/16         M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.             9 Sessions
                                    CRN#: 41145        6/21–7/2         M,T,W,R,F
                                    9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. 10 Sessions
                                                                                                                       Why did the clock in the
                                                                                                                     cafeteria always run slow?
                                                                                                                           (Answer on page 64)


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Keyboarding for Computers                                                                    Master Your Presentations                                     Grades 3–5
It’s not too soon to learn basic keyboarding skills. Don’t get caught in the hunt-and-       Wow your classmates! Learn to write and present your speeches using the latest
peck method trap! Using state-of-the-art computer tools, learn correct finger position so     technology. Work individually and in small groups. Learn to inform, persuade, and
you will be an efficient computer operator. One student per IBM-compatible computer.          entertain while mastering Microsoft PowerPoint, Publisher, and inspiration software.
Instructor: Barbara Thorn                                                                    Instructor: Anita Blank
Course: SCH416                                                                               Course: YOU152
$120 + $40 fee = $160; Non-Md. residents add $120                                            $135 + $45 fee = $180; Non-Md. residents add $120
Rockville Campus                                                                             Rockville Campus
Grades 3–4 [GT]                                                                              CRN#: 10952          7/6–7/9        T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.             4 Sessions
CRN#: 41143           6/21–6/25       M,T,W,R,F         2–4 p.m.              5 Sessions
Grades 5–6 [GT]                                                                              Mastering Writing Techniques                                    Grades 4–5
CRN#: 10871            7/12–7/16      M,T,W,R,F         2–4 p.m.              5 Sessions     Do you want an opportunity to improve your writing skills? If you are an avid reader or
Grades 7–9 [GT]                                                                              a serious writer, then this course is for you. Examine samples of children’s books by fa-
CRN#: 41144           6/28–7/2        M,T,W,R,F         2–4 p.m.              5 Sessions     mous writers. Learn how they use figurative language to create masterful works of art.
                                                                                             Share ideas and critique works by your peers. Then, create your very own masterpiece.
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
                                                                                             Instructor: Anita Blank
Grades 5–8 [GT]
                                                                                             Course: SCH523
CRN#: 10872           7/19–7/23       M,T,W,R,F         1–3 p.m.              5 Sessions
                                                                                             $120 + $45 fee = $165; Non-Md. residents add $120
                                                                                             Rockville Campus
Leadership Skills Camp                                       Grades 7–10
                                                                                             CRN#: 10613          7/19–7/23         M,T,W,R,F        1–4 p.m.             5 Sessions
Develop your leadership potential! This one–week camp will help you identify the
qualities of an effective leader. Through various activities, you will learn techniques to
                                                                                             Math Logic                                                       Grades 4–5
enhance your leadership skills. Discover how to strengthen your interpersonal com-
                                                                                             Develop math skills in logic and problem solving with challenging activities and
munication skills, manage your time, plan and set goals, make decisions, and solve
                                                                                             games. A variety of hands-on activities will sharpen mathematical wits and deepen
problems. Practice your skills and become an effective leader! Instructor: Jeff Hoffman
                                                                                             critical-thinking, problem-solving, and logical-reasoning skills. Have fun with math,
Course: YOU191
                                                                                             use calculators and computers, play with math games, and explore real-world mathe-
$225 + $55 fee = $280; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                             matics problems. Graphing projects, manipulatives, cooperative activities, and learning
Rockville Campus
                                                                                             math through art are included. Instructor: Anita Blank
CRN#: 10967          7/26–7/30        M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.        5 Sessions
                                                                                             Course: YOU153
                                                                                             $110 + $45 fee = $155; Non-Md. residents add $120
Making 3-D Models                                         Grades 7–10 [GT]
                                                                                             Rockville Campus
The Game Industry is about to become the 2nd largest entertainment industry in this
                                                                                             CRN#: 10953           7/19–7/23      M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.       5 Sessions
country. So who wants to be a game maker? Do you have any idea of what is involved
in the production of games? Do you know if you have any of the skills needed? Here
                                                                                             Math Magic                                                   Grades 1–2
is your chance to find out. Learn the four elements of making a good game: 1.) an idea,
                                                                                             The magic of mathematics is everywhere! Explore a variety of math concepts through
2.) a character, 3.) programming to create behavior and movement, and 4.) voices and
                                                                                             computers, hands–on activities, games, and books. This adventure will weave through
sounds. Learn to work with some of these components to create objects and characters.
                                                                                             many topics of math to improve math skills. Understanding concepts, using strategies,
Add some sound and maybe some motion. It would be good if you have had Algebra
                                                                                             and solving problem increase math competence. Will this math motivation go beyond
and are not afraid to sketch. Instructor: Calvin Edwards
                                                                                             this class? Instructor: Linda Erbe
Course: YOU192
                                                                                             Course: SCH895
$240 + $60 fee = $300; Non-Md. residents add $160
                                                                                             $145 + $45 fee = $190; Non-Md. residents add $120
Rockville Campus
                                                                                             Rockville Campus
CRN#: 10969           7/19–7/23       M,T,W,R,F        1–4 p.m.           5 Sessions
                                                                                             CRN#: 10885          8/9–8/13      M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.      5 Sessions




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Mathematics Fun                                              Grades 3–5                    Movement and Dance for the Young Actor                         Ages 9–12
Did you know that every time you throw a pair of dice or play cards you are relying        Movement and dance are important aspects to the art of acting, so if you want to act
on mathematical probability? Did you realize that when you bake your favorite recipe,      then this is the course for you. Explore the body and movement techniques as ap-
measurements are involved? Even ordering a pizza can lend itself to a variety of math-     plied to movement improvisation and elements of dance. Learn how to communicate
ematical applications, besides fractions. This course is for any math student who wants    through movement including relaxation, coordination and alignment, and spatial
to experience the many fun applications that mathematics play in our everyday lives.       relationships. Explore movement in tribal, ballet, and modern dance and choreograph
Instructor: Terri Miller                                                                   your own movement/dance piece to music of your choice. There will be individual and
Course: YOU155                                                                             group exercises. Instructor: Natalie Blank
$155 + $55 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140                                          Course: SCH899
Rockville Campus                                                                           $145 + $45 fee = $190; Non-Md. residents add $120
CRN#: 10954          7/6–7/16         M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.     9 Sessions     Rockville Campus
                                                                                           CRN#: 40898          6/21–7/2         M,T,W,R,F        9 a.m.–12 p.m.     10 Sessions
Mixed–Media Adventures                                      Grades 3–6
In this camp, you are encouraged to use a variety of different mediums. Construct a        Newsletter Writing                                          Grades 5–7 [GT]
paper mosaic of different materials into a theme such as a fantasy tree, a dragon in the   Gather the news, graphics, headlines, etc. and prepare a two–page newsletter that
swamps, or a rainbow. Tissue paper, magazines, construction paper, ribbons, beads, and     spreads good news to your class, school, family, or community. Discover interesting
other materials will be available for your design. Then, create an abstract sculpture or   topics and write articles to inform and excite your readers. Using state-of-the-art com-
make beads into a string necklace. After choosing a color scheme, you will paint what-     puters, learn how to create columns, insert graphics, compose headlines, and under-
ever subject matter you wish. There will be examples of different approaches to paint-     stand the importance of proofreading your work. Instructor: Barbara Thorn
ing by a variety of artists. You are welcome to copy them or explore and develop your      Course: SCH802
own style. Acrylic, watercolor, and tempera paint will be used. Bring an old T-shirt in    $135 + $45 fee = $180; Non-Md. residents add $120
case the paint splatters! Instructor: Myra Maslowsky                                       Rockville Campus
Course: YOU213                                                                             CRN#: 10947          7/6–7/9          T,W,R,F           2–5 p.m.             4 Sessions
$155 + $50 fee = $205; Non-Md. residents add $140
Rockville Campus                                                                           Paint, Paint, Paint!
CRN#: 11014          7/19–7/23         M,T,W,R,F        9 a.m.–12 p.m.       5 Sessions    Explore your creative side by doing fun art projects. Paint a design on your own
                                                                                           T-shirt, experiment with different mediums, and learn new techniques. Play with
Mosaic, Painting, and Pastels                                                              sculpty and work with beads. Use oil pastels or inks to create a picture of weather such
Design frames using tiles, beads, stones, and found objects. (Tiles will be precut and     as fog, a rain storm, the hot sun, tornadoes, or snow. Discover artist Winslow Homer
rubber gloves will be worn to apply grout.) Create a mosaic design on a garden stone or    and how he used color to make things appear near or far. Design a flat painting. Ex-
a box. Then dabble in paint to create your own masterpiece. Incorporate stones, glitter,   amples will be shown. Acrylic and tempera paint will be used. Bring an old T-shirt that
beads, and other materials into your painting. Work with oil or soft pastels to express    can take dripping paint! Instructor: Myra Maslowsky
a mood, the weather, and a landscape. If you prefer to draw, colored pencils, magic        Course: SCH905
markers, and pen and ink will be available. Acrylic, watercolor, and tempera paint will    $145+ $50 fee = $195; Non-Md. residents add $120
be available. Wear an old T-shirt as painting can get messy. Instuctor: Myra Maslowsky     Rockville Campus
Course: YOU212                                                                             Grades 3–5
$160 + $55 fee = $215; Non-Md. residents add $140                                          CRN#: 10975          7/12–7/16         M,T,W,R,F        9 a.m.–12 p.m.       5 Sessions
Rockville Campus
                                                                                           Grades 6–8
Grades 3–5
                                                                                           CRN#: 10981         7/12–7/16        M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.             5 Sessions
CRN#: 11012         7/6–7/9           T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–12 p.m.        4 Sessions
Grades 6–8
CRN#: 11013        7/6–7/9          T,W,R,F            1–4 p.m.            4 Sessions                       If it takes six men one hour to dig six
                                                                                                            holes, how long does it take one man
                                                                                                            to dig half a hole?
                                                                                                            (Answer on page 64)

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Physics                                                    Ages 14–17 [GT]                  SOS for Middle School Students                                    Grades 6–8
Enhance your knowledge and gain laboratory experience in mechanics, electricity and         Learning good study habits now will lay the groundwork for successful work habits
magnetism, optics, waves, and thermal physics. Learn about and test laws of nature          as an adult. SOS is designed to provide background knowledge, resource materials,
with curiosity and reasoned skepticism. Instructor: Zenia Yang                              and suggestions that will relieve academic distress and help you optimize your success
Course: YOU193                                                                              as a lifelong learner. This course is academic relief at your fingertips!! Learn to use
$400 + $125 fee = $525; Non-Md. residents add $250                                          academic and practical tools to increase your likelihood for success, including organi-
Rockville Campus                                                                            zational tools, time management techniques, test preparation and test-taking strategies,
CRN#: 11022         8/9–8/13         M,T,W,R,F         8 a.m.–1:10 p.m. 5 Sessions          note–taking guidance, and personal responsibility tips. Instructor: Don Milner
                                                                                            Course: YOU201                   9 Sessions
Reading Adventures                                        Grades 1–2                        $90 + $40 fee = $130; Non-Md. residents add $120
Travel to many exciting places through the magic of books. Reading, vocabulary, and         Rockville Campus
comprehension skills will be increased through discussions, writing, and art projects.      CRN#: 10955          7/6–7/16          M,T,W,R,F          5–6:30 p.m.         9 Sessions
Come journey through the adventures of reading! Instructor: Linda Erbe
                                                                                            Course: YOU202              10 Sessions
Course: SCH909
                                                                                            $100 + $40 fee = $140; Non-Md. residents add $120
$145 + $50 fee = $195; Non-Md. residents add $120
                                                                                            Rockville Campus
Rockville Campus
                                                                                            CRN#: 41176        6/21–7/2       M,T,W,R,F       5–6:30 p.m.               10 Sessions
CRN#: 10950        8/2–8/6          M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.       5 Sessions
                                                                                            SOS for High School Students                                      Grades 9–12
Scrapbooking, Bookmaking, and Cards                                                         Learning good study habits now will lay the groundwork for successful work habits
A week of fun things to do! Bring photographs, found objects, old cards, and put them       as an adult. SOS is designed to provide background knowledge, resource materials,
together in your personalized scrapbook. A variety of materials will be at your disposal.   and suggestions that will relieve academic distress and help you optimize your success
Cut from magazines and pictures to create a book of interesting collages. Then design       as a lifelong learner. This course is academic relief at your fingertips!! Learn to use
a variety of cards, exploring the use of different mediums and materials. Wear an old       academic and practical tools to increase your likelihood for success, including organi-
T-shirt in case you get into the paints. Instructor: Myra Maslowsky                         zational tools, time management techniques, test preparation and test-taking strategies,
Course: YOU209                                                                              note-taking guidance, and personal responsibility tips. Instructor: Don Milner
$165 + $50 fee = $215; Non-Md. residents add $140                                           Course: YOU203
Rockville Campus                                                                            $100 + $40 fee = $140; Non-Md. residents add $120
Grades 3–5                                                                                  Rockville Campus
CRN#: 11006          7/26–7/30         M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.     5 Sessions      CRN#: 10956          7/19–7/30         M,T,W,R,F          5–6:30 p.m.         10 Sessions
Grades 6–8                                                                                  CRN#: 10958           8/2–8/13         M,T,W,R,F          5–6:30 p.m.         10 Sessions
CRN#: 11005         7/26–7/30        M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.             5 Sessions
                                                                                            Summer Bridge Workshop
Smithsonian Museum Tours (SMT)                             Ages 8–12                        Stay on top of your skills by using creative and fun techniques in math, reading, and
Get excited about world discoveries! Tour eight to ten of the seventeen Smithsonian         writing workshops. Gain helpful tools to give you the needed confidence for the next
Museums. Visit the IMAX Theatre and Einstein Planetarium. Learn about Art, Zool-            school year and have fun doing it. Become well rounded in number sense, reading
ogy, Sculptures, Air and Space, Natural History, American History, and other cultures.      comprehension, and learn helpful writing skills to become a young author. Instructor:
For more information, please contact Camp Director, Professor Karen Benn Marshall,          Daphney Ado-Ado
240-567-1340 or karen.marshall@montgomerycollge.edu.                                        Course: YOU211
Course: SCH434                                                                              $145 + $45 fee = $190; Non-Md. residents add $120
$205 + $75 fee = $280; Non-Md. residents add $140                                           Rockville Campus
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus                                                            Grades 2–3
CRN#: 10867         8/2–8/6         M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–4 p.m.      5 Sessions        CRN#: 41181         6/28–7/2         M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions
                                                                                            CRN#: 11010         7/19–7/23        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions
                                                                                            Grades 4–5
                                                                                            CRN#: 11009         7/12–7/16        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions
                                                                                            CRN#: 11011         7/26–7/30        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions
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Summer Science Camp for Girls                               Grades 6–8 [Girls]             The New Doll House                                           Grades 7–10 [GT]
An all–girls camp designed to get girls excited about scientific discoveries. Learn about   Become a fashion designer. Pick a person, any person—short, tall, five years old, or a
various scientific fields. Interact with female science mentors. Be a detective every day    basketball player. Now you decide what they are going to wear to the stock market, to
and conduct hands-on science experiments. Take a tour of Montgomery College’s Health       the vegetable market, to the sports arena, on the “Red Carpet.” You decide the fabric,
Sciences Center and discover the programs offered there. Camp Director: Karen Marshall     the style of the garment, the setting, and the interior decoration. Decide what’s hot and
Course: SCH377                                                                             what’s not for your client. Examine the three major areas that make up the concept of
$215 + $55 fee = $270; Non-Md. residents add $140                                          style. Create fabric patterns, design sample garments, and decorate an environment
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus                                                           to showcase your work and promote your name. Learn to create a room in 3-D space
CRN#: 10876         7/26–7/30          M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–4 p.m.        5 Sessions   just like the professionals. Learn how interior designers showcase their work, and
                                                                                           work with computers in the same way that professional designers do to create fashion.
Super Software Mania                                          Grades 5–8                   Instructor: Calvin Edwards
Want to create exciting class reports? Discover how the correct software can help you      Course: YOU204
get the job done. PowerPoint allows you to design snazzy book reports or super science     $250 + $45 fee = $295; Non-Md. residents add $140
presentations. Excel spreadsheets help you create tables, graphs, and charts as you play   Rockville Campus
with numbers. Whether it’s school or family newsletters...greeting cards or invita-        CRN#: 10971          7/19–7/23         M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.           5 Sessions
tions...Publisher is your creative tool. If you have a basic understanding of how to use
the Windows operating system, join us to navigate in the Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel,      The Propaganda Pie                                            Grades 7–10
and Publisher environments to quickly and efficiently create and format professional-       Examine techniques used in the power of persuasion in the media, politics, and film.
looking documents, calendars, newsletters, greeting cards, flyers, presentations, and       Through exciting, dramatic group exercises you will develop and share your unique
much more. Instructor: Jo Belyea Doerrman                                                  skills. Join Ms. Wallace, the Mistress of Critical Thinking, for this new cutting-edge
Course: YOU018                                                                             course. If pie is your thing, then this course will surely sweeten your mental appetite.
$215 + $50 fee = $265; Non-Md. residents add $140                                          Instructor: Allega Coates Wallace
Rockville Campus                                                                           Course: YOU205
CRN#: 11020           8/2–8/6          M,T,W,R,F          9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. 5 Sessions      $180 + $50 fee = $230; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                           Rockville Campus
Survival Away from Home                                    Grades 11–12                    CRN#: 10970          7/6–7/16           M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.      9 Sessions
If you’re on your way to college or just thinking about preparing to leave home and
go it alone, here is your chance to prepare. Learn how to set and stick to your budgets    Theatre Arts and Design
including: household, food, entertainment, and transportation. Explore money saving,       Have you ever seen a play and wondered how that amazing set was built? How those
trendy decorating tips. Discover how to give a party with limited resources. This class    costumes got put together? How the makeup looked so real? Have you ever wanted to
will even give you the confidence to tackle ironing and much more. Come ON! Join us.        try creating those things for yourself? Then, look no further! This course is designed
Your independence is waiting! Instructor: Allega Coates-Wallace                            for you! Explore the theatre arts and learn the basics of costumes, makeup, and scenery.
Course: YOU228                                                                             Work on individual and group projects such as designing costumes for a play of your
$220 + $50 fee = $270; Non-Md. residents add $140                                          choice, putting on stage makeup, and drawing three-dimensional sets. A brief history
Rockville Campus                                                                           of theatre will be given and you will be encouraged to develop both your skills and
CRN#: 11044           7/19–7/30       M,T,W,R,F                                            imagination. Instructor: Natalie Blank
9 a.m.–12 p.m.        10 Sessions                                                          Course: YOU151                   Grades 3–5                 4 Sessions
                                                                                           $150 + $45 fee = $195; Non-Md. residents add $120
                                                                                           Rockville Campus
                                                                                           CRN#: 10951          7/6–7/9          T,W,R,F            1–4 p.m.            4 Sessions
                                                                                           Course: YOU049               Grades 6–8              5 Sessions
                                                                                           $160 + $45 fee = $205; Non-Md. residents add $140
                                                                                           Rockville Campus
                                                                                           CRN#: 10612        7/12–7/16      M,T,W,R,F       1–4 p.m.      5 Sessions


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Video Production                                            Grades 7–10                        to your repertoire of writing skills and improve your understanding of standard English
Have you ever wanted to produce a video? This is your opportunity. Working together            usage through direct instruction and practice. Instructor: Cynthia Krauchi
in a creative and respectful learning environment, learn to identify and describe the          Course: SCH991
functions of standard video equipment. Describe the positions involved in creating             $165 + $50 fee = $215; Non-Md. residents add $140
a finished product. Examine the components of an effective commercial, and design               Rockville Campus
a storyboard that follows a script written to clearly communicate information to an            CRN#: 10855           6/21–7/19        M,W                10 a.m.–12 p.m.    8 Sessions
audience. Learn the functions and operation of a digital camera and how to accurately
control the image and audio settings. Work with sample raw footage to learn the editing        Whose Line Is It Anyway?                                     Grades 5–8
process. Use editing software to develop a finished and polished clip. Prerequisite:            Do you enjoy watching “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Do you ever wish that you could
Computer Programming, GURL Power, and/or Web Design. Instructor: David Hill                    be a pro at improvisation, just like those actors? Well, look no further! Join us and learn
Course: YOU206                                                                                 the secrets behind great improv, as well as techniques to become better at the craft of
$215 + $60 fee = $275; Non-Md. residents add $140                                              acting! If you want to learn how to develop characters, play cool games, and ace your
Rockville Campus                                                                               future acting auditions, this course is for you! Breathing techniques, method acting, and
CRN#: 10973          7/6–7/16         M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            9 Sessions        film analysis will also be reviewed. What are you waiting for? Sign up today! Instruc-
                                                                                               tor: Natalie Blank
Web Design Camp for Girls/Boys                            Grades 6–8                           Course: SCH696
Come join us for our FUN two-week camp session filled with creative and interesting             $160 + $55 fee = $215; Non-Md. residents add $140
projects designed especially for middle school students! Create cool digital graphics          Rockville Campus
and design your Web site while using your creativity and sense of style. Basic com-            CRN#: 40899          6/21–7/2          M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            10 Sessions
puter familiarity REQUIRED! Instructor: David Hill
Course: SCH653                                                                                 Writing Games and Digital Stories in the New Alice
$195 + $50 fee = $245; Non-Md. residents add $140                                              Grades 7–10 [GT]
Rockville Campus                                                                               Create an animated digital video where you not only direct the action and design the
CRN#: 10886         8/2–8/13        M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.             10 Sessions        story, but you also build the 3-D characters. Learn how to teach the character to behave
                                                                                               on your video set, as you develop a script for the actions. All the while, you’ll be learn-
Who Done It?                                                  Grades 7–10                      ing the newest and most advanced computer controllers with JAVA. The course mate-
Are you interested in becoming part of a criminal investigative team? Can you follow a         rial is supported by Adobe 3-D Studio MAX and Carnegie–Mellon’s software called,
trail of evidence that leads to solving an unsolved case? Well, WHO DONE IT INVES-             ALICE. Instructor: Calvin Edwards
TIGATIONS welcomes you to our fourth summer investigation team. Come and see if                Course: YOU208
your analytical skills can help bring a criminal to justice. Learn how to follow a trail of    $240 + $60 fee = $300; Non-Md. residents add $160
evidence from interviewing skills to conducting research. Computer access included.            Rockville Campus
Instructor: Allega Coates Wallace                                                              CRN#: 10968          7/26–7/30       M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.              5 Sessions
Course: YOU207
$190 + $50 fee = $240; Non-Md. residents add $140                                              Writing Just for Fun                                       Grades 7–9
Rockville Campus                                                                               Do you enjoy creative writing? Do you like taking flights of fancy? Multiply your fun
CRN#: 10974          7/6–7/16          M,T,W,R,F          1–4 p.m.            9 Sessions       in this class, where you can spark the imagination of your classmates by helping to in-
                                                                                               vent amusing short pieces with other budding writers. You’ll play some writing games,
Writing for the SAT                                            Grades 9–12 [GT]                create small writings on your own, and also get new story ideas for your personal
Prepare for the writing section of the SAT. Analyze typical SAT essay prompts and              enjoyment. Instructor: Geraldine Knasko Green
sample responses, and heighten your comfort with the testing situation. Learn to sup-          Course: SCH928
port your opinions by using your own experiences and readings to accomplish the task           $195 + $45 fee = $240; Non-Md. residents add $140
of writing to a persuasive prompt. Using logical thinking, enhance your awareness of the       Rockville Campus
structure of your arguments and avoid fallacies in reasoning. Practice writing the parts of    CRN#: 10984          8/9–8/13        M,T,W,R,F         9 a.m.–12 p.m.      5 Sessions
an essay, composing entire essays, and revising and evaluating your own writing and that       CRN#: 10985          8/9–8/13        M,T,W,R,F         1–4 p.m.            5 Sessions
of your peers. Increase your ability to write in timed situations. Add rhetorical strategies

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Young Artist Program
Paint using different color schemes, work in the style of a master or copy their work,
and do a palette knife painting. Carve a clay relief or facial expressions, do a painting                                Campus Maps
using the cracked wax effect, and explore different techniques for painting skies and
trees. Learn about Ndebele murals in Africa and do your own design for a mural using             Montgomery College                    20200 Observation Drive
                                                                                                 Germantown Campus
their style. Learn about the work of Georgia O’Keeffe, Picasso, and Vincent Van Gogh.                                                  Germantown, MD 20876
Acrylic and tempera paint will be used. Bring an old T-shirt or smock—when painting                                                        240-567-7700
with passion, it splashes everywhere! Instructor: Myra Maslowsky
                                                                                                                                         TTY 240-567-2133
Course: SCH140
$155 + $55 fee = $210; Non-Md. residents add $140                                                                                Directions
Rockville Campus                                                                                                                 Take I–270 to exit 15A (Route
Grades 3–5                                                                                                                       118) North to Route 355. Continue
CRN#: 10982          8/2–8/6         M,T,W,R,F            9 a.m.–12 p.m.      5 Sessions                                         about one mile to the first traffic
Grades 6–8                                                                                                                       light at Observation Drive, turn
CRN#: 10977          8/2–8/6            M,T,W,R,F            1–4 p.m.               5 Sessions                                   right. Follow the campus driveway




     SATPREP
                                                                                                                                 to the student parking lots. Campus
                                                                                                                                 is also accessible form the Shady
                                                                                                                                 Grove metro station via the
                                                                                                                                 Ride-On bus.



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                                     with SAT-type questions, develop test-taking                HS   Humanities and
                                      strategies, manage test panic, increase your                    Social Sciences
                                     confidence and speed, and get a review of test               PG   Physical Education
                                                 content. Sign up today!                         SA   Science and Applied
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 Answer Key
 Pg. 45 Because you can’t use a test tube take a picture, you use a camera.
 Pg. 50
     1. Throw the ball straight up in the air.
     2. The two students have their backs to each other.
     3. True. There are only two T’s (upper case). There are also three t’s (lower case).
 Pg. 53 Answer: Every lunch it went back four seconds
 Pg. 57 Answer: There is no such thing as half a hole.

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Montgomery College                                   51 Mannakee Street                Montgomery College                                                   7600 Takoma Avenue
Rockville Campus                                    Rockville, MD 20850
                                                                                       Takoma Park                                                         Takoma Park, MD 20912

                                                                                       /Silver Spring Campus
                                                        240-567-5000                                                                                           240-567-1300
                                                   TTY/TDD 240-567-9672                                                                                      TTY 240-567-7207
                                                                                       Directions
                                               Directions                              Take I–495 East or West to Exit 31B, Georgia Avenue South (Route 97). Continue south on
                                               Take I–270 to Route 28 West             Georgia Avenue past the Colesville Road (Route 29) intersection. Following the signs for
                                               (Montgomery Avenue/Rockville).          Montgomery College, turn left onto Sligo Avenue. Follow Sligo Avenue to Fenton Street to
                                                                                       the traffic light; turn right. Continue on Fenton Street to the traffic light at Philadelphia Avenue
                                               Turn left onto Nelson Street go to
                                                                                                                                           (Route 410); turn left. The campus is on the
                                               first traffic light and turn left onto                                                        right. The campus is also accessible from
                                               Mannakee Street. The campus is                                                              the Silver Spring and Takoma Park Metro
                                               11/2 blocks on the left. Campus is                                                          Stations, local Ride-On buses, and the
                                               also accessible from the Shady                                                              Metrobus.
                                               Grove metro station via the
                                               Ride-On bus.                                                                                 Legend of Buildings
                                                                                                                                            CA     Communications Arts Center
                                                                                                                                            CF     The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz
                                                                                                                                                   Foundation Arts Center
                                                                                                                                            CM     The Commons
                                                                                                                                            DC     Child Care Center
                                                                                                                                            FH     Falcon Hall (Physical Education)
                                                                                                                                            HC     Health Sciences Center
                                                                                                                                            MP     Mathematics Pavilion
                                                                                                                                            NP     North Pavilion
                                                                                                                                            PF     Pavilion of Fine Arts (Pavilion Three)
                                                                                                                                            P1     Pavilion One
                                                                                                                                            P2     Pavilion Two
                                                                                                                                                              RC     Resource Center
                                                                                                                                                              SN     Science North
                                                                                                                                                                     Building
                                                                                                                                                              SS     Science South
                                                                                                                                                                     Building
                                                                                                                                                                     (Planetarium)
                                                                                                                                                              ST     Charlene R. Nunley
                                                                                                                                                                     Student Services
                                                                                                                                                                     Center (Security
                                                                                                                                                                     Office and Admis
Legend of Buildings                                                                                                                                                  sions and Records)
AR   Art                       HU   Humanities              SV     Student Services
AT   Amphitheatre              MK   Mannakee Bldg.                 (Admissions,
CB   Counseling, Advising      MU   Music                          Records, and
     and Security              PA   Robert E. Parilla              Registration)
CC   Campus Center                  Performing Arts         SW     Science Trade
CH   Child Care Center         PE   Physical Education      TA     Theatre Arts
CS   Computer Science          SB   South Campus            TC     Technical Center
CT   Campus Tower                   Instuction Bldg.        TT     Interim Technical
GU   Homer S. Gudelsky         SE   Science Bldg. East             Training Center
     Institute for Technical
     Education
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            Summer
                   2010
             Youth
                      Programs                                       Over 200
                                                                     Fun-Filled
                                                                      Classes!
                 Montgomery College
     Workforce Development & Continuing Education
               Summer Youth Programs
              51 Mannakee Street, CC220
               Rockville, Maryland 20850

                 240-567-7264 or 240-567-7917

             www.montgomerycollege.edu/youth




      Montgomery College is an academic institution committed to promoting equal
       opportunities and fostering diversity among its students, faculty, and staff.

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