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Fine Arts - Music Appreciation
Music Appreciation course provides an overview of the development of western music from Pre-Renaissance to Modern times on the European continent and in America. The focus is on select composers and how the influenced musical styles – and on enjoying our rich heritage of music. Course topics include: Renaissance Music; Baroque Music; Classical Music; Pre-Romantic Music; Early Romantic Music; Mid-Romantic Music; Late Romantic Music; Twentieth Century Music;
Fine Arts - AP Music Theory
This rigorous AP Music Theory course provides students with an in-depth foundation of music theory, including the elements of musical composition. It is an excellent preparation for students desiring a music-related career and for those planning to take the AP Music Theory exam. Course topics include: Music theory foundations; Compound Meters and Minor Tonality; Intervals, Triads, and Seventh Chords; Counterpoint – Connecting Melodic and Harmonic Intervals; Establishing the Two-Voice Composition; Eighteenth Century Counterpoint; Harmonization; Tones and Scales; Diatonic Sequences; Preparing for the AP Test; AP Music Theory has been audited and approved by the College Board. AP Music Theory is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Fine Arts - AP Studio Art /Drawing
This AP course is filmed in 3-D, provides students with a conceptual and visual foundation of the components of artistic drawing. It is an excellent foundation for students desiring a career in an art-related field, and gives guided preparation on preparing artwork for the AP exam. AP Studio Art - Drawing has been audited and approved by the College Board. AP Studio Art - Drawing is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Health - High School Health
This five-star course was developed in association with Children's Mercy Hospital and is aligned with the National Health Education Standards. Course topics include: Physical Fitness; How your body works; Understanding Disease; Drugs and Medicines; Adolescence; First Aid; Hygiene and Healthcare; High School Health is A-G approved through the University of California.
Health - Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology provides general study skills and a firm foundation for students preparing for postsecondary education to pursue a career in the medical field. Anatomical instruction is coupled with the investigation of key related terminology not only dealing with “what” but also “why” and “how” allowing students apply the information. Specifically, students explore the structures, functions, and terms related to disease and the bodily systems, including the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, nervous, integumentary, endocrine, and reproductive systems. Students learn about specific health care professions and the unique role each plays. Through the study of this material students learn effective deciphering skills enabling them to decode medical terminology they have seen and terminology to which they are yet to be exposed. Medical Terminology is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Foreign Language- Discover Spanish Part 1
This course is designed for students seeking a mastery of Spanish as a second language. The course is taught by the Discover Method, making it the right choice for students of any native tongue having little or no Spanish background. Discover Spanish incorporates the syntax, vocabulary and pronunciation needed to comprehend Spanish in an everyday environment. This course is ideal for students learning Spanish for the first time, or for a student needing extra practice and help improving their understanding of the Spanish language. Discover Spanish can be used in a stand-alone environment or to supplement teacher instruction in the classroom in a blended learning environment
Foreign Language- Spanish I
Spanish 1 is a Novice Mid performance level class organized around themes and topics. In this class, students will learn basic vocabulary and grammar concepts. Additionally, students will gain cultural knowledge of Spanish speaking cultures around the globe. Students will learn to communicate with others and talk about a variety of topics such as leisure activities and hobbies, their classes and school life, their families, as well as parties they may plan for various holidays and important dates. This course has been A-G Approved through the University of California.
Foreign Language- Spanish II
Spanish II is a Novice Mid performance level class organized around themes and topics. In this class, students will learn basic vocabulary and grammar concepts. Additionally, students will gain cultural knowledge of Spanish speaking cultures around the globe. Students will learn to communicate with others and talk about a variety of topics such as daily activities and routines, travel, their childhood, news and emergency situations, and fairy tales and legends.
Foreign Language- Spanish III
In Spanish III, students will gain cultural knowledge of Spanish speaking cultures around the globe. Students will learn to communicate with others and talk about a variety of topics such as past travels and vacations, an array of environmental topics, professions, parts of a city, and the importance of volunteerism and service learning opportunities.
Foreign Language- French 1
• COURSE OVERVIEW: This introductory French Course is for high school students taking their first course in this language with a goal of mastering French as a second language. This course has been A-G Approved through the University of California. Course topics include: Introduction to French; Greetings; Numbers; Vocabulary; Verbs and Verb Conjugations; Currency; Familiar Nouns; Basic Conversation; French Culture;
Foreign Language- German I
This introductory German course is for students with a goal of mastering German as a second language. Students will study vocabulary, greetings, sentence structure, basic grammar, and gain practical knowledge necessary for real-world conversation. Common everyday scenarios relating to the home and family, activities, school, shopping, making plans, and grocery shopping are all addressed. The instructor will also go over a variety of practices and customs observed in the country of Germany. This course has been A-G Approved through the University of California.
Foreign Language- German II
German II expands students' understanding of the German language and culture, presenting language organized by topic and expanding grammar and vocabulary. Students are taught about past and future tense, as well as how to talk about the body, clothing, shopping, the market, vacation, travel, sports, and recreation, etc.
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