My school district is offering algebra 1 summer school for students who wish to be accelerated in the math program. I am thinking of applying to teach it, but I am nervous. The classes are 4 days a week for 6 hours a day (w/ a 30 minute break and a shorter 15 or so minute break in there) for about a month and a half. Have you had experience with this? I am worried about cramming so much into such short time. Obviously I would want to break it up with activities etc., but I don't see how to fit a whole curriculum into such short time without killing the kids. On the bright side, they will be motivated students (I believe at least!) as they want to be accelerated so it's not like teaching math to kids who despise it over the summer. But 6 hours of math in one day will be a lot for them. Do you think I should apply? Any tips?