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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 May Be Applied* Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years Prerequisites 112330 112340 12994000 Italian II A/B THIS COURSE WILL include individual and group projects to demonstrate cultural understanding and language proficiency. In most classes, service-learning opportunities are available. Language and cultural comparisons and community connections continue to be explored. Upon completion of the course, students should have the necessary knowledge and skills to enroll in a second semester university language course. STUDENTS WILL extend communication skills to other contexts: daily life, school, professions and work practices, and community life. Authentic cultural documents (newspapers, magazines, film, and music) enrich the cultural component of the course. Language Arts / World Languages 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Successful completion of the Level I course 112350 112360 12994000 Italian III A/B THIS COURSE WILL provide the necessary knowledge and skills to enroll in a second year university language course. Travel and career opportunities are explored. In most classes, service learning opportunities are available. STUDENTS WILL ease into more extensive communication about their lives. They express opinions, support their point of view, and imagine solutions to real situations. Students will use authentic documents and technology to study, research, and report on topics such as famous authors, artists, and historical figures. Language Arts / World Languages 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Successful completion of the Level II course 112370 112380 12994000 Italian IV A/B THIS COURSE WILL develop and solidify broader and more effective, more fluent, and more elaborate language skills. In most classes, service learning opportunities are available. STUDENTS WILL begin to develop the appreciation of language, literature, music, film, and entertainment through the use of their developing language skills. Language Arts / World Languages 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Successful completion of the Level III course 96

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 115200 19024933 Journalism 1 THIS COURSE WILL include class projects such as producing flyers, posters, publication inserts, newsletters and photo essays. Source materials will include prize-winning literature and newspaper articles. Student work will be eligible for submission in the school yearbook and newspaper depending on space and editorial acceptance. STUDENTS WILL become familiar with the laws guiding journalists, as well as practice ethical journalism including, but not limited to, the First Amendment and current case law. They will develop journalistic writing skills including news writing, feature writing, review writing, and opinion pieces. They will use AP (Associated Press) style in their writing and editing. Students will learn and practice the basics of design including newspaper and magazine journalism, and desktop publishing using InDesign. Language Arts / Tech Credit 9 - 12 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X None 112530 112540 12154000 Latin 2 A/B In this course students will continue the study of the Latin language and Roman culture and its influence on the cultures of the Western world. This course will focus on the skills of reading, grammar, and writing using vocabulary expressions and intermediate grammar concepts. The goal of this course is to develop the ability to read and understand Latin authors in the original language. Students will also gain a better understanding of their own language and culture in order to participate in the global community. Language Arts / World Languages 10 - 12 1.0 credit/year X Part A X Part B X X Latin 1 112570 112580 1214000 Latin 3 A/B In this course students will read and translate authentic passages from several Roman authors in their original Latin text. They will still have regular grammar practice to review and reinforce concepts, but the emphasis is on learning to read Latin prose and poetry for meaning and discussion. Students will expand their knowledge about the Roman Culture. Language Arts / World Languages 42686 1.0 credit/year X Part A X Part B X Latin 2 112830 112840 12714101 Spanish for Spanish (Heritage) Speakers 1 A/B THIS COURSE IS designed for students whose first or native language is Spanish. It will develop and solidify broader and more effective, more fluent, and more elaborate language skills. STUDENTS WILL begin to develop the appreciation of language, literature, music, film, and entertainment through the use of the developing language skills. In most classes, service learning opportunities are available. Language Arts / World Languages 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Teacher or counselor recommendatio n 97

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