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Curriculum Structure

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        The primary aim of on-campus courses construction in SMS is to achieve ‘demand-based selection’. On-campus courses are divided into two separate sections: SMS Foundational Academic Courses and SMS Diplomatic Courses.

 

        SMS Foundational Academic Courses consist of regular courses that are prerequisites for taking part in College Entrance Examination. Diplomatic courses comprise six curriculum groups: cognitive ability, self-development, cultural and aesthetic cognition, sportsmanship and health, social practices and public services, research programmes and creative capability.

Besides, seventeen additional Advance Placement Courses are offered, covering a range of languages, mathematics, social science, natural science and history, which are of equivalent standard comparing with the first-year university courses. International advanced academic curriculum, innovative curriculum, social practice, subject research curriculum and so on are also offered as featured courses.

 

Classification Table of SMS AP Courses

Natural Science

Mathematics

English

AP Biology

 

AP Chemistry

 

AP Environmental Science (online)

 

AP Physics 2

 

AP Physics C: Mechanics

 

AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

 

AP Psychology

AP Calculus BC

 

AP Statistics

 

Liner Algebra

AP English Literature and Composition

 

AP English Language and Composition

 

Advanced English

 

American Literature

 

Drama

 

Great Work of Literature

 

Pre-AP English Literature and Composition

 

World Literature

History

Social Science


AP Art History (online)

 

AP European History

 

AP United States History

 

AP World History

AP Human Geography

 

AP Microeconomics

 

AP Macroeconomics

 


Curriculum Implementation 

       

The classification table of SMS courses is shown below. For foundational courses like mathematics, physics, chemistry and English, normal courses and advanced courses are offered simultaneously in separated classes to better cater for students with varied academic ability. Other courses will be categorized to offer a comprehensive selective extra-courses system to students.

Subject

Classification and level of curriculum

Math

English

Level H

(Honors Curriculum)

Development of HC courses

Level S

(on-campus Standard Curriculum)

Level RS

(Qualified Standard Curriculum)

Editing learning guidance or plan

Physics

Chemistry

Level H

(Honors Curriculum)

Development of HC courses

Level S

(on-campus Standard Curriculum)

Level RS

(Qualified Standard Curriculum)

 

R class

(course for general graduate test)

Biology

Politics

History

Geography

Level H

(Honors Curriculum)

 

Level S

(on-campus Standard Curriculum)

Level R

(course for general graduate test)

Chinese

In-class Learning

      

Students are able to enjoy following options determined by themselves,

 

  Student-initiated courses

Students are empowered to initialize courses which are not offered currently.

 

Two ways to earn course credit

Students are allowed to select different methods of course mastery, for students who are willing and capable to obtain acquire knowledge than it’s provided in regular courses, they are welcome to enrol in advance courses, while students who prefer independent study style are allowed to drop the course and take a self-study course. Student who selects either methods can apply for credits depends on their study results.

 

 Credit replacement policy

Apart from traditional credit system that counts on class hours, corresponding academic ability which are acquired from off-campus, online, internationally and other study experiences can be used to applied for credit replacement according to relevant regulations.

 

 Initiative course selection

After a one-semester adaptive phase of high school life, students are free to select every course for themselves starting from the remaining half of their senior one school year. Through providing selective I courses, selective II courses, separating compulsory credit and compulsory study module, and the permission of substituting basic courses credits with credits earned from advance courses, SMS offers students more options in selective courses and realize the goal of personalized study and in-depth learning.

Courses resources

The course resources as below,

 

I, alumni, parents, students: attendance teacher for SMS diplomatic courses and a certification system specialized for SMS tutor;

 

II, international and online resources: international advanced academic activities in different areas, international young pioneer round table conference, international courses, Finland-China cooperative courses;

 

III, society and enterprises: there are eleven innovative demo centres built by enterprises, and 4 innovative lab built with universities in SMS. Moreover, open thematic courses, subject research and Lixing courses are included as well.

innovative demo centres built by enterprises and SMS

  Huawei innovative demo centre

  BYD innovative demo centre

Huada Genomics innovative demo centre

Tencent innovative demo centre

Guangqi innovative demo centre

 Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences innovative demo centre

China construction bank financial innovative demo centre

China General Nuclear Power Group clean energy innovative demo centre

DJI-innovations innovative demo centre

 IFLYTEK CO., LTD. innovative demo centre

Sea sky land CO., LTD. innovative demo centre

 4 innovative labs built by universities and SMS

  University of Science and Technology of China: SMS sound recognition innovative lab

 The Chinese University of Hong Kong(shenzhen): SMS intelligent robot innovative lab

Shenzhen University: SMS remote sensing measurement innovative lab

​ University of Alberta(Canada) Professor Liu: SMS mathematics innovative lab


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