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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 113910 113920 22994250 Pathfinder / Advisory THIS COURSE is an elective that supports the RRHS mission: to graduate each student with an educational foundation for success as a responsible and ethical contributor to society. Incoming freshmen (grade 9) may enroll as their first semester at RRHS. The course is designed to assist freshmen with the transition from middle school to high school, and to provide support for students who may be struggling to earn the necessary credits toward graduation. Positive behavior and responsible citizenship will be stressed. Within this course, students explore a wide variety of career opportunities and develop a plan for their remaining three years of high school and beyond. STUDENTS WILL receive training in effective study skills, organizational skills, and time management, and will have an opportunity to obtain direct assistance on assignments from highly qualified instructors. They will discuss behavioral norms and expectations with respect to interpersonal relationships, as well as the rights and duties of a responsible citizen in today’s society. Students will develop career readiness skills as required by the New Mexico Public Education Department. The culminating activity for this course is the development of a career portfolio that highlights each student’s career plan and also serves as the student’s application for admission to a career academy. This course supports the development of important employability skills, basic life skills, thinking skills, personal qualities, resources, interpersonal skills, information, systems, and technology. May Be Applied* Social Studies Grade Level Credit Fall Spring 9 - 10 1.0 credit / full year Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years X X X None Prerequisites 381311 SG Pathways to College THIS COURSE WILL help assist students in identifying colleges that meet their needs (as well as desires), make them aware of matriculation requirements and application deadlines, and prepare for entrance exams. STUDENTS WILL also prepare application essays, academic resumes, and portfolios to highlight and showcase their talents in academics, sports, the arts and extra-curricular. College applications will be an integral part of the curriculum, as will preparation for campus interviews and visits. Social Studies 12 Fall only 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X IEP 112

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 146800 27614941 Practical Law (formerly Street Law) THIS COURSE WILL present information on the legal system in America. Activities include extensive class participation and legal writing. Students conduct research and develop writing and public speaking skills. STUDENTS WILL learn about Constitutional Rights and high school students’, rights, explore the elements of criminal and civil law and learn to see both sides of the argument as represented by the prosecution and defense. Social Studies 9-12 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X None 149110 149120 27804000 Problems of Philosophy A/B Course provides an introduction to the discipline of philosophy as an analysis of the principles underlying conduct, thought, knowledge, and the nature of the universe. Course content typically includes examination of the major philosophers and their writings. Second semester students examine a specific topic in philosophy, such as culture and society or the individual in society, rather than providing an overview of the field of sociology. Beginning with simple, ordinary observations about the things around us, students will discover that the world that they know is not really what it appears to be. The course is a tour through some of the most basic, yet important questions in the various disciplines of philosophy, with a particular focus on epistemology (the study of the nature and grounds for knowledge, or “How do I know what I know, and how do I know that what I know is true?”) Students should be prepared to discuss philosophical texts, and to think about things in strange and exciting ways that may have never occurred to them before. Social Studies 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year x x X X None 146000 27714951 Psychology THIS COURSE WILL provide an understanding of individual behavior. STUDENTS WILL study the foundations of psychology and basic topics: personal growth, interpersonal relationships, brain development, personality development, and mental disorders. Social Studies 9 - 12 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X None 146400 27754951 Sociology THIS COURSE WILL include the study of human behavior in groups and will investigate topics such as socialization, culture, race and ethnic relationships, adolescent and adult group behavior, and social institutions. STUDENTS WILL do research beyond the classroom and be involved in practical applications of the subject matter. Social Studies 9 - 12 .05 credit Semester course x x x x None 113

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