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CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number 131510 131520 State Course ID 17214144 Chemistry A/B Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* THIS COURSE WILL cover such topics as the classification of matter, atomic structure, periodic properties, chemical reactions, chemical quantities, gas laws and the basics of nuclear chemistry. STUDENTS WILL apply the curriculum using book assignments, labs, reports, and web-quests. Students will demonstrate laboratory skills by designing, conducting, and analyzing chemical experiments and data. Students are expected to communicate results of chemical experiments using algebraic and statistical methods. A scientific calculator is required for this course. TI-83 / TI-83 Plus graphing calculator is preferred. Grade Level Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years credit / full year X Part A X Part B Odd Grad Years Prerequisites X X Algebra I B 131710 131720 17224144 Chemistry in the Community A/B THIS COURSE WILL cover chemical properties via a topic oriented format, including water quality, natural resources, petroleum and nuclear chemistry as energy sources, and contemporary air quality issues. This class is accepted for college admission and was designed by the American Chemical Society for the general population of students that are pursuing a non-science post secondary career. STUDENTS WILL apply the curriculum using book assignments, labs, reports, role-playing and web-quests. They will study topics of the traditional chemistry class but with less mathematics and more direct applications of chemical concept. Important Note: This course does not satisfy the requirements for RRHS Scholars. A scientific calculator is required for this course. Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X None 130020 17314143 Conceptual Physics THIS COURSE investigates topics of physics. Through classroom and project-based learning experiences, students will begin to build the necessary skills for scientific investigation to become scientifically literate citizens and informed decision-makers. Taught in the ninth grade with Earth & Space Science. STUDENTS WILL understand the structure of Earth, the Science (Lab solar system, and the universe, the interconnections among them, and the Science credit) processes and interactions of Earth’s systems. Students will also learn about the transformation and transmission of energy, how energy and matter interact, the motion of objects and waves, and the forces that cause them. Experimental design, lab techniques, team building, report writing and safety are key issues that are stressed throughout the course. 9 0.5 credit Semester course X X X None 39

CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number State Course ID 130010 17014113 Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* Earth & Space Science THIS COURSE investigates topics in earth and space science. Through classroom and project- based learning experiences, students will begin to build the necessary skills for scientific investigation to become scientifically literate citizens and informed decision-makers. Taught in the ninth grade with Conceptual Physics. STUDENTS WILL understand the structure of Earth, the solar system, and the universe, the interconnections among them, and the processes and interactions of Earth’s systems. Students will also learn about Science (Lab the transformation and transmission of energy, how energy and matter Science credit) interact, the motion of objects and waves, and the forces that cause them. Experimental design, lab techniques, team building, report writing and safety are key issues that are stressed throughout the course. Grade Level 9 Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years 0.5 credit Semester course Odd Grad Years 0 X X X None Prerequisites 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 Science (Lab 1.0 (OMI), New Mexico’s state morgue. Mature behavior is required due to the 10 - 12 Science credit) 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. 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 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Algebra I or equivalent and 1 lab science 40

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