One course1 that Jobs took2 would become3 part of Silicon Valley lore4: the electronics class5 taught by John McCollum6, a former Navy pilot7 who had a showman's flair for exciting his students with such tricks as firing up a Tesla coil8.
析：句子的主语为“One course”，其后跟随由关系词“that”引导的定语从句“that Jobs took”，其后为谓语“part of Silicon Valley lore”，冒号之后的“the electronics class”为同位语，其后“taught by John McCollum”为过去分词短语作后置定语，“a former Navy pilot”作“John McCollum”的同位语，其后为关系词“who”引导的定语从句，修饰先行词“a former Navy pilot”。
1. respond to sb./sth. 回答/回应...
She never responded to my letter.
respond to sth. （药物）起效
I'm pleased to say that he is now doing well and responding to treatment.
2. a bunch of sth. 一群/一帮（人）
The people that I work with are a great bunch. 和我一起工作的那些人很不错。
the best/pick of the bunch 出类拔萃的人或事物
Even these modest broadcasts show only the best of the bunch.
She crammed her mouth with caviar.
cram sth. into/onto sth. 把…塞进...
He crammed eight people into his car.
He went to the window and peered out.
peer pressure 同辈压力
Peer pressure is strong among young people
The report highlights the major problems facing society today.