Students in Environmental Science will be studying the interaction between humans and their environment. This will include looking at the cycling of nutrients, and how living and nonliving things work together. The students will gain an understanding of our environment and our interactions within this environment by looking at several different facets and areas of study. This will be measured by the completion and scoring of readings and section-end tests after every topic.
Do you enjoy sports? Do you enjoy traveling? Do you enjoy finding out the latest trends from Hollywood? Then this is the class for you. This course will introduce you to the basic principles of economics, marketing, and merchandising through two growing and unique areas; Sports & Entertainment. Learn how markets use sports agents, sponsorships, and public relation tools to capture the American audience.
Spanish 3 is designed to reinforce the student’s ability to understand native spoken and written Spanish in order to increase communication skills and proficiency. Students will continue to develop their ability to understand spoken and written Spanish and to increase their skill at expressing themselves in Spanish through speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities.
The content and instruction of this course adheres to the standards of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). By completing the lessons, students will learn to expand their vocabulary and to express themselves in Spanish. Grammar is introduced and practiced within practical contexts. In addition, cultural information is woven throughout this course in order to expose students to the people, geographical locations, food, music, and other cultural aspects of the Spanish-speaking world.
This course teaches basic vocabulary and grammar that are typically taught in a secondary level Spanish 1 class, and encourages students to build basic conversational and literacy skills in Spanish through speaking, listening, reading and writing activities.
The content and instruction in this Spanish 1 course adheres to the standards of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). By completing the lessons, students learn to expand their vocabulary and to express themselves in Spanish. Grammar is introduced and practiced within practical contexts. In addition, cultural information is woven throughout this course in order to expose students to the people, geographical locations, food, music and other cultural aspects of the Spanish-speaking world.
The Spanish 1 course has a total of 24 lessons. It can be taken as a year long course or partitioned as needed into quarters (.25 credit), trimesters (.33 credit) or semesters (.5 credit).
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language (ASL) 1 and 2 and will build on students’ knowledge of ASL as a World Language. In this course students will develop receptive and expressive abilities that allow them to recognize and demonstrate more sophisticated cultural and grammatical features of ASL. Students will increase fluency and accuracy in fingerspelling and numbers and continue to explore the Deaf World and American Deaf culture and history. Additionally, students will cover topics such as, but not limited to: Sign Languages around the world; Immigration and family history; Recipes; Describing shapes and environments; Locating things around the house; Weekend activities; Illnesses; ASL Poetry; and handshape stories, storytelling, slang, idioms, and jokes.
In Korean 1, you will learn how to read and write Hangeul, the Korean Alphabet, basic greetings, vocabulary and sentence structures. Also you will develop basic conversational skills in Korean through speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities. In order to help you to understand the language better, Korean historical and cultural information is included throughout this course. By completing the course, you will have the fundamentals of the Korean language and be ready to expand into more complicated content.
Interior design is the art and science of designing functional and visually appealing interior spaces. It involves arranging and coordinating furnishings, materials, and colors to create a harmonious environment that meets the needs and preferences of the occupants. It aims to create spaces that are both beautiful and functional, considering elements such as space planning, lighting, furniture design, color theory, and materials selection.
This Interior Design course is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in the principles and practices of interior design, preparing them for a career in this exciting and creative field.
Learning the language is essential for careers in health science. Join word parts to form medical terms, associations within body systems, and better communicate with colleagues and patients. Build your proficiency and confidence with this course and prepare yourself for a career in health sciences.
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In this course, students will learn more about the development and maintenance of agriculture, animal systems, natural resources, and other food sources. Students will also examine the relationship between agriculture and natural resources and the environment, health, politics, and world trade.
Careers in Criminal Justice is a course designed to learn the ins and outs of the criminal justice system in the United States, and spark interest in possible careers in the field. You will begin the course developing an understanding of how the criminal justice system works and its history. This includes a study of criminal law, the prison system, and criminal trials. Then you will consider all of the possible job opportunities in this field, and how each of those jobs operates.