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CATÁLOGO DE CURSOS

Algebra 1A

HSMth215

Regular

Mathematics

This course serves as a foundation for further studies in mathematics at the high school level and beyond. Students will develop crucial algebra skills and fundamental knowledge such as linear functions, domain and range, solving two variable equations, quadratic equations, factoring, and arithmetic with polynomials.

Algebra I Honors B

HSMth244

Honors

Mathematics

DRAMA I

HSArt510

Regular

Fine Arts

Learn basic theater principles in stage movement, voice, diction, and pantomime. Study the history and vocabulary of theater. Practice techniques to overcome stage-fright and develop self-confidence. Concentrate on improvisational techniques and acting skills for in-class performance and video projects.
Write original scenes as well as acting skills for in-class performance and video projects. Write original scenes as well as act in established scenes.

Develop oral interpretation skills. Study the works of selected major playwrights. For theater arts majors and other interested students.

English 10 A Honors

HSEng117

Honors

English

English 10 students read literature and nonfiction texts; analyze texts through close reading and application of critical perspectives; write creatively and analytically; develop oral communication skills for small and large groups; and study the history of English language. Students continue to increase their literary analysis skills by studying a variety of authors and works as they analyze multiple perspectives and a variety of literary devices, support their claims with evidence from more than one source, and make formal written and oral presentations with attention to their audience.

Algebra 1B

HSMth213

Regular

Mathematics

This course serves as a foundation for further studies in mathematics at the high school level and beyond. Students will develop crucial algebra skills and fundamental knowledge such as linear functions, domain and range, solving two variable equations, quadratic equations, factoring, and arithmetic with polynomials.

Creative Writing A

HSEng177

Regular

English

Introduction to elements and craft of various genres of creative writing, including narrative, verse, and dialogue, using materials drawn from individual's own work and selected texts from established and peer writers. Practice in writing in various genres.

DRAMA II

HSArt537

Regular

Fine Arts

Demonstrate proficiency in characterization, diction, memorization, and concentration.Study and deliver monologues and scene work from modern sources

as well as Shakespeare sonnets and plays. Perform on various stages to demonstrate mastery of skills. Live performances are required. For theatre arts majors and other interested students.

English 10 B

HSEng116

Regular

English

English 10 students read literature and nonfiction texts; analyze texts through close reading and application of critical perspectives; write creatively and analytically; develop oral communication skills for small and large groups; and study the history of English language. Students continue to increase their literary analysis skills by studying a variety of authors and works as they analyze multiple perspectives and a variety of literary devices, support their claims with evidence from more than one source, and make formal written and oral presentations with attention to their audience.

Algebra I Honors A

HSMth243

Honors

Mathematics

Creative Writing B

HSEng1193

Regular

English

Introduction to elements and craft of various genres of creative writing, including narrative, verse, and dialogue, using materials drawn from individual's own work and selected texts from established and peer writers. Practice in writing in various genres.

English 10 A

HSEng115

Regular

English

English 10 students read literature and nonfiction texts; analyze texts through close reading and application of critical perspectives; write creatively and analytically; develop oral communication skills for small and large groups; and study the history of English language. Students continue to increase their literary analysis skills by studying a variety of authors and works as they analyze multiple perspectives and a variety of literary devices, support their claims with evidence from more than one source, and make formal written and oral presentations with attention to their audience.

English 10 B Honors

HSEng118

Honors

English

English 10 students read literature and nonfiction texts; analyze texts through close reading and application of critical perspectives; write creatively and analytically; develop oral communication skills for small and large groups; and study the history of English language. Students continue to increase their literary analysis skills by studying a variety of authors and works as they analyze multiple perspectives and a variety of literary devices, support their claims with evidence from more than one source, and make formal written and oral presentations with attention to their audience.

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