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ELECTIVE COURSE

ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Elective course are arranged by discipline (type of elective credit granted). Disciplines are:; Career Cluster/Workplace Readiness, Fine Arts, Language Arts/World Languages, Math [courses do not grant a math credit]. Physical Education/Health, Science, Social Studies, and Technlogy. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description 132310 132320 17614133 Astronomy A/B THIS COURSE WILL introduce students to the structure of the universe down to the atoms that form everything, grappling with the vastness of the data that is being collected at the most astounding rate man has ever logged celestial information. Students are required to attend an evening star party where they will observe stars, planets, galaxies, and nebulae through one or more of our telescopes. Through a generous donation, Rio Rancho is home to one of only 35 handmade 25” reflecting telescopes. STUDENTS WILL take advantage of NASA web sites to collect and manipulate data about the solar system as they explore topics including optics, atomic structure, the effect of gravitational forces, harnessing types of electro-magnetic radiation, telescope advantages and limitations, and what lies within our universe May Be Applied* Science (Lab Science credit) Grade Level Credit Fall Spring 10 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B Even Grad Years X Odd Grad Years X Prerequisites Algebra I or equivalent and one lab science 133110 133120 17184134 Forensics I A/B THIS COURSE IS the ultimate inquiry class!! An introduction to Forensic Science will be conducted the first week of the course. In the first semester, we will focus on evidence that is primarily biological (“organic”) in nature, including fingerprints, DNA, and toxicology/drug analysis. A unit on forensic pathology will precede a field trip to the Office of the Medical Investigator (OMI), New Mexico’s state morgue. Mature behavior is required due to the nature of material covered; a parent permission form is required. STUDENTS WILL explore forensic careers and case studies related to each unit. In the second semester, we will focus on evidence that is primarily “inorganic” in nature, such as eyewitness testimony, crime scene processing, firearms and tool marks, and trace evidence. Science (Lab Science credit) 10 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Chemistry with a grade of "C" or higher or Chemistry in the Community with a grade of "B" or higher and Biology (Biology may be concurrent) 133810 133820 17024122 Natural Disasters and the Earth A/B THIS COURSE provides students with an understanding of the Earth and various types of natural hazards. Emphasis is on how people can use scientific knowledge for appropriate disaster preparedness and hazards mitigation. It includes case studies of natural events including beneficial effects, and how human decisions turn natural events into disasters. STUDENTS WILL be exposed to various sources of information such as textbooks, internet sources, videos, lectures and lab activities to gain a better understanding of geological events and their effects on people. Students will research and report individually and in groups on the various topics. They will improve their reading, writing, and analytical skills, and will leave the class with the ability to ask better questions and solve problems. Science (Lab Science credit) 10 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Algebra I or equivalent and 1 lab science 104

ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Elective course are arranged by discipline (type of elective credit granted). Disciplines are:; Career Cluster/Workplace Readiness, Fine Arts, Language Arts/World Languages, Math [courses do not grant a math credit]. Physical Education/Health, Science, Social Studies, and Technlogy. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years Prerequisites 176810 176820 16157254 PLTW© Introduction to Engineering and Design A/B (This is a Project Lead the Way Foundation Course) THIS COURSE WILL teach problem-solving skills using a design development process. STUDENTS WILL create models of product solutions which will be analyzed and communicated using solid modeling computer design software. Science (Non- Lab Science credit) or Technology 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X None 177010 177020 16177254 PLTW© Principles of Engineering A/B (This is a Project Lead the Way Foundation Course) THIS COURSE WILL assist students understand the field of engineering and engineering technology. STUDENTS WILL explore various technology systems and manufacturing processes which will assist students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science and technology in an engineering problem solving process to benefit people. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change. Science (Non- Lab Science credit) or Technology 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X None 137810 137820 15407312 Sports Medicine I A/B THIS COURSE WILL provide the student with the basic necessary skills to recognize, evaluate, treat & rehabilitate minor athletic injuries. Students are expected to complete a minimum of one day per week after school/weekend in the training room. STUDENTS WILL learn and use basic medical terminology, learn basic anatomy of the skeletal and muscular system, basic first aid principles, and basic taping/wrapping techniques to evaluate & treat athletic injuries. The student will also be exposed to practice and game situations and career opportunities. Students will also become familiar with an Emergency Action Plan. Science (Lab Science credit) 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Teacher recommendatio n 105

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