SAT Historical Documents
July 30 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm$25
Every SAT Reading section includes one passage or a pair of passages from what can be considered a historical document. Sometimes, the passage will be an excerpt from a U.S. founding document like the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, or the Federalist Papers. Other times, the test will feature an influential text or speech excerpt from the Great Global Conversation on equality, rights, and the nature of civic life.
For many obvious reasons, students struggle with these passages. Not only are they usually archaic but they demand a clear understanding of persuasive writing and argumentation. Find out in this seminar how to understand and excel on even the toughest SAT historical documents passages!
This online seminar is part of our July Seminar Series. The fee is $25 for this program or $99 for as many of the July seminars as you like.
Advance registration is required. Register through our Student Information Form and specify The July SAT Historical Documents seminar. We will reply to registrants by email with the invitation to this Zoom seminar.
ABOUT YOUR TEACHER: Patty Camloh, who heads our Syracuse-area prep programs, uses her background in engineering and education to help students achieve their best results. She has worn many career hats, including environmental engineer, high school teacher, and counselor. Most recently, she worked for a college consulting firm and became a specialist in high school to college transition. When she is not tutoring, Patty likes to lead her community choir and travel to visit her three children in college. Patty and her husband Bill have ridden their bikes around three Finger Lakes- Cayuga is next!