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FCC Tutors

A new group called FCC Tutors is creating videos as resources on YouTube.

FCC Tutors

The FCC Tutors are a group of students are Fresno City College who are creating videos to help their classmates with various college subjects.  At this time, they are focused primarily on English and Math.  However, they plan to create as many videos as necessary to meet the needs of their fellow students.

Engaging

These videos are designed by students for students.  They use popular video techniques, modern dialog, and focus and topics of interest.  This is definitely a group to keep your eye on.  While the topics are designed for college students, they are accessible for multiple grade levels and discuss common threads such as writing five paragraph essays.

Current Videos Available

At this time, they have 17 videos and they are working on more.

 

Sentence Types

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Subject-Verb Agreement

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 Writing Introductions

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Writing Conclusions

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Avoiding Fragments

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Proofreading

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 Writing Outlines

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Developing an Thesis Statement

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MLA

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Linear Equations

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Polynomials

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 Stoichiometry

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As you can see from the above list, this group is hitting on the main topics that students struggle on in English, Math, and Science.  You can find the entire list of videos on their main FCC Tutors YouTube page.  These resources on YouTube can be used in the classroom or assigned for the students to watch at home.

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