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Developing Preschool Skills l
In Developing Preschool Skills 1, students are given basic preparation for the focus and discipline of academic achievement with emphasis on cognition and expression – verbal and written. Course topics include: School, Home, Family, and Community; Letters, Numbers, and Sight Words; Being Healthy; 5 senses; Seasons & Weather; Working Together & Problem Solving. • This level is appropriate for 3 year olds.
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Preschool  Kindergarten Special Learning 1SE
This course targets beginning students who need a more focused and deliberate teaching as they acquire the basic learning skills necessary for ongoing academic success. It is ideal for Special Education students. Course topics include: School, Home, Family, and Community; Letters, Numbers, and Sight Words; Being Healthy; 5 senses; Seasons & Weather; Working Together & Problem Solving
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Grade 12 Special Learning 2SE
Continuing their training from Developing Preschool Skills 1, students receive instruction and practice with language – aural, visual, and kinesthetic (signing) and the beginning concepts in math and science, while developing their social interaction skills.
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Elementary Engineering
This Elementary Engineering course introduces students to the basics of engineering and analyzes the major impact engineers have had on the world as we know it. Students will study each step of the engineering design process, and then put these steps into action. They will practice problemsolving and brainstorming through different design challenges, and will also learn about several fields of engineering that exist today.
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Basic Language Arts/Reading Concepts II for Middle School
Basic Language Arts/Reading Concepts II for Middle School is designed for students who are struggling as they engage with the middle school English Language Arts/Reading curriculum and need extra scaffolding to bring them up to grade level. Course topics include:
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Basic Math Concepts for Middle School
This remedial math course is recommended for middle school students with very weak math skills. It presents the lesson material on a 3rd grade level. This course covers math fact memorization and basic concepts.
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Basic Math Concepts ll for Middle School
Basic Math Concepts II for Middle School is recommended for middle school students with weak math skills. It presents the lesson material on a 5th grade level. This course covers basic math operations with whole numbers, fractions, and decimals, and introduces algebraic expressions.
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Middle School Math I  IV SEd
Middle School Math I  IVSEd is the same as High School Math I  IV
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PreAlgebraSE
PreAlgebraSE was developed to provide special education students with an introduction to algebraic concepts, including the basic principles, rules, and operations of working with expressions containing variables. It also provides a strong foundation in basic mathematical concepts to prepare them for AlgebraSE. Course topics include: Whole Number Operations; Order of Operations; Fractions/Decimals/Percentages; Basic Probabilities and Statistics; Basic Geometry; Integer Operations; Basic Graphing; Basic One and TwoStep Equations
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Middle School Remedial Science I
Middle School Remedial Science I focuses on providing struggling students with a basic foundation in science. This course is for students who are performing well below middle school level who need levels of additional instruction to be ready to do gradelevel work.
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Middle School Remedial Science Il
Middle School Remedial Science II focuses on providing struggling students with a basic foundation in science. This course is for students who are performing just below middle school level who need additional instruction to be ready to do gradelevel work.
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Middle School Remedial Social Studies
Middle School Remedial Social Studies is designed to help struggling students gain a basic understanding of social studies. This course discusses the regional land forms, climates, maps, and natural resources in the U.S. It goes on to explore the diversity of the American population and political concepts such as democracy, maps, the U.S. Constitution, and citizens' responsibilities. The course also touches on the regions of the United States, discussing their land formations, resources, and people both historically and in modern times. Course topics include: The Regions of the United States; American Diversity; American Government; Resources and Trade; The Northeast Region and its People; The Southeast Region and its People; The Midwest Region and its People; The Southwest Region and its People; The Western Region and its People.
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High School Language Arts/Reading Remedial I
The focus of Basic Language Arts/Reading Concepts II for High School is on filling in holes in reading and writing skills. It is especially focused on engaging with and responding to text for 9th grade remediation.
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High School Language Arts/Reading Remedial II
The focus of Language Arts/Reading Concepts for High School is on filling in holes in reading and writing skills, with a special emphasis on how to read and respond in writing to a variety of texts. Course topics include:
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Geometry – SEd
Designed for special education, GeometrySE teaches students the basic principles of Euclidian Geometry including points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. GeometrySE is recommended for students in grades 912 who have completed AlgebraSE, to ensure that these students have a strong foundation upon which to build.
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High School Math I SEd
High School Math ISE provides Special Ed students with a basic mathematical foundation. Among the many concepts covered in this course include practice with addition and subtraction and understanding place value. Students learn how to round and are introduced to multiplication, division, and fractions.
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High School Math II SEd
High School Math IISE provides Special Ed students with a basic mathematical foundation. Developing multiplication and division skills is a major focus in this course. Among the other topics covered in this course include fractions and an introduction to decimals.
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High School Math III SEd
High School Math IIISE provides Special Ed students with a basic mathematical foundation. Among the many concepts covered in this course include practice with addition and subtraction and understanding place value. Students learn how to round and are introduced to multiplication, division, and fractions.
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High School Math IV SEd
High School Math IVSE provides Special Ed students with a basic foundation in math. Some of the major focus areas of this course include integers, decimals, and fractions. This course focuses on the concepts most important for these students, digging in deeper than the regular course to provide the additional instruction needed.
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Algebra I SEd
AlgebraSE presents special education students with the basic principles, rules, and operations of working with expressions containing variables. Course topics include: Order of Operations; Basic Properties of Algebra; Integer Operations; One and TwoStep Equations; MultiStep Equations; Graphing; Basic Inequalities; Basic Systems of Equations; Basic Polynomial Operations; We recommend that students complete PreAlgebraSE prior to taking this course to ensure that these students have a strong foundation of basic mathematical principles upon which to build.
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Algebra II SEd
Algebra II course for Special Ed students focuses on the concepts most important for these students, digging in deeper than the regular Algebra II course to provide needed additional instruction for success.
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High School Remedial Science
The High School Remedial Science is designed to provide struggling students with a more basic foundation in science.
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High School Social Studies SEd
High School Social StudiesSE is designed to help special education students to gain a basic understanding of social studies. This course discusses the regional landforms, climates, maps, and natural resources in the U.S. It goes on to explore the diversity of the American population and political concepts such as democracy, maps, the U.S. Constitution, and citizens' responsibilities. The course also touches on the regions of the United States, discussing their land formations, resources, and people both historically and in modern times. Course topics include: The Regions of the United States; American Diversity; American Government; Resources and Trade; The Northeast Region and its People; The Southeast Region and its People; The Midwest Region and its People; The Southwest Region and its People; The Western Region and its People.
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