Oceanside High School Course Offerings 2016-17

 


 

 

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Non-Discriminatory Practice                   Message from the Principal         Student Scheduling Process

 

NCAA Entrance Requirements                 Weighting of Grades                    Diploma Requirements

 

Courses Using Computer Technology     Important Notes and Phone Numbers

 

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English            Social Studies             Math                Science            World Languages

 

Engineering Technology         Business         Family Consumer Science       Art       Music     Special Ed

 

Physical and Health Education            Alternative and Other Programs

 

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NON‑DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICE

 

 

In accordance with Title IX, the Oceanside Union Free School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs or employment practices.  In accordance with Section 504, the Oceanside Union Free School district does not discriminate against persons with handicapping conditions in its educational programs or employment practices.  The Oceanside Union Free School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability or medical condition in the education program, activities, or admission policies of their schools, its educational programs, or employment practices.  For administrative procedures relating to grievances under Title IX, call the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum Instruction and Research at 678‑1221. For administrative procedures relating to grievances under Section 504 please call the Assistant Superintendent for Special Education/Pupil Services at 678-1217.

 

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

To All Students and Parents:

 

This course guide is an essential tool to help you plan your high school and post-secondary careers.  It is very important that you carefully read and review this document as it contains descriptions and prerequisites for all required elective course offerings at Oceanside High School.  Discuss any questions you may have with your guidance counselor, teachers or appropriate chairpersons and directors.

 

The staff at Oceanside High School is committed to providing you with a challenging and meaningful high school experience in a caring environment.  As you work with your parents and guidance counselor in selecting your course of study, set high expectations for yourself and plan to work hard, as high school is the foundation of your future.  Begin now, challenge yourself, and you will be amazed at what you can achieve.  The Oceanside High School family stands ready to provide you with whatever support, guidance or assistance you may need.

 

In addition to achieving success in academics, it is important that you also participate actively in the many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities offered at Oceanside High School.  On behalf of the entire Oceanside High School family, I extend my best wishes to you for a successful and rewarding high school career.

 

Sincerely,

Geraldine DeCarlo

Principal

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STUDENT SCHEDULING  PROCESS

 

HIGH SCHOOL

This Course Offerings Guide is intended to be used by students and parents to make appropriate educational planning decisions.  The Oceanside High School Counseling Department staff can assist in this process. Please avail yourself of the help of professionally trained counselors in planning your program.  The following is the procedure and time‑line for programming.

           

Within the month of January, every student will receive in the mail a scheduling appointment with his/her guidance counselor.   

 

Parents are invited to call or make appointments with the counselors to discuss any concerns regarding the program.

 

A student and/or parent may request a program change until February 13th.  After that date all requests become final and class numbers, as well as staffing for next year, are established.

 

Note:  All upcoming 9th, 10th and 11th grade students must elect a program with a minimum of 5 instructional periods plus Physical Education.

 

Upcoming 12th graders that have not yet taken Personal Finance must elect a program with a minimum of 5 ¼ periods plus Physical Education.     

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

Much of the Grade 9 programming will be done via the Counselors’ Group Guidance classes.

·         Counselors will explain the 9th grade program to students and provide an overview of graduation requirements.

·         Counselors will meet with each student to discuss his/her teachers’ recommendations.

·         Parents will attend an 8th into 9th grade evening orientation where they can learn more about the High School and the expectations upon their children.

·         A listing of recommended courses for the student will be mailed home for the parent’s review.

·        In June, parents will receive notification of the exact courses that a student will be scheduled for.

 

In addition to the steps above to develop an appropriate program for the student, the following will also take place:

January 11        -  8 into 9 Parent Meeting – 7:30p.m., High School Auditorium

May 9               -  9M Parent Academy – Preparing For High School  “What to Know Before They Go”– 7:00p.m., 9M Library

June                 -  Course selection confirmations will be posted on the Portal for parents to review. 

August             -  Freshmen Orientation

 

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NCAA ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

 

Student athletes must meet rigorous academic standards to qualify for participation in NCAA athletics.  All athletes can find information and requirements on line at www.eligibilitycenter.org

 

 

Applications are available on line and must be filed through the website.

 

Please refer to this website to register with the NCAA and to check for updates regarding their requirements.

 

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WEIGHTING OF GRADES

 

Final course grades are given a “weight” to reflect the inherent challenge of the course.

Weights are assigned as follows:

Regents courses................................... 1.02

Honor courses...................................... 1.08

College/Advanced Placement (AP) courses............................................................ 1.10

 

·      In calculating the cumulative weighted average, the designated weights are factored into each final course grade.  Transcripts will only show the unweighted final course grade (Quarter grades do not appear.)  The weighted cumulative average is provided along with the unweighted cumulative average.

·      Physical Education is unweighted and is not calculated into a student’s cumulative HS average. 

·     Courses that provide academic intervention services provide scores that are factored into a student’s main subject class associated with that service.

·     The only students who do not receive numerical grades are those in certain special education classes.  These courses are not factored into a cumulative average.

·      The weighted and unweighted cumulative averages are both reported to colleges during the college admission process.

·      The Valedictorian and Salutatorian are chosen based on the weighted cumulative average after seven semesters.  Students are otherwise not given a ranking in Oceanside High School.

·     The marking period average is unweighted and is used to determine Honor Roll (85.000 to 94.999) or High Honor Roll (95.000 to 100) for the marking period.  Honor Roll also requires that a student is taking at least 5 classes and PE and has no failing grades, DLT’s or Incompletes.

 

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OCEANSIDE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS

 

 

Subject

Credits Required for Graduation

English

4

Social Studies

4

Mathematics

3 (a)

Science

3 (a)

Health

0.5

Art/Music

1

World Languages  (LOTE)

1

Physical Education

2

Sequence Courses/Electives

3.5

Human Relations (b)

0.25

Personal Finance

0.25

Total Required (Minimum)

22.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Footnotes for Diploma Requirements Chart

 

a)   A commencement-level course in technology education may be used as the third unit of credit in science or mathematics, but not both. This applies only to students enrolled in an approved CTE program at Barry Tech.

 

b)    Students take Human Relations, a required course, while attending the Middle School.

 

 

For a small group of students with an Individualized Education Programs (IEP), a “local” diploma option is available.  Other students may be eligible for a Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Certificate.  Contact your child’s guidance counselor for more information.

 

Assessment requirements for a Regents Diploma:*

5 required Regents exams with a score of 65 or better as follows:

  • 1 math, 1 science, 1 social studies, 1 ELA, plus:
    • 1 Pathway Assessment
      • Humanities Pathway: a 2nd Regents exam in social studies
      • STEM Pathway: a 2nd Regents exam in science or a 2nd Regents exam in math
      • CTE, Arts, and Biliteracy Pathways: See your counselor for additional information regarding these pathway options.

 

Additional assessment requirements for a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation:*/**

Students may meet the following assessment requirements in order to earn a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation by earning a score of 65 or better as follows:

  • Traditional Combination (Humanities Pathway):
    • 1 additional Regents exam in social studies
    • 2 additional Regents exams in math
    • 1 additional Regents exam in science
    • World Language Assessment (LOTE – Language Other Than English) or alternatives listed on previous page.

 

Students seeking to earn a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation utilizing a pathway combination other than the Humanities Pathway (listed above) should see their counselor for more information.  A link to the full descriptions of each of the pathway options can be found on the high school guidance web site at http://oceansideschools.org/7hs/guidance/guidance_resources.htm.

 

Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation in Mathematics and/or Science

Students who pass, with a score of 85 or better, three commencement level Regents examinations in mathematics and/or three commencement level Regents examinations in science, will earn a Regents diploma with advanced designation, with an annotation on the diploma that denotes mastery in mathematics and/or science, as applicable. 

 

Honors designation

A designation of “with honors” is indicated on either Regents diploma option for students who earn an overall average of 90 or more on all required Regents exams

 

* In all cases students may substitute an assessment from the list of Department Approved Alternative Examinations Acceptable for Meeting Requirements for a Local or Regents Diploma found at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/hsgen/archive/list.pdf

**Students with disabilities who are exempt from the World Language requirements as indicated on the IEP may earn the advanced designation as long as the required number of credits to graduate are met.

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COURSES USING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

 

Instruction involving the use of computer technology is encouraged within the Oceanside School District.  In the High School, computers are available in each department resource center, computer laboratories and in specific classrooms.  Nearly all rooms are equipped with a computer, a Smartboard, a document camera and more.

 

The following courses are designed to specifically incorporate computer technology.  :

COURSE                                                                      DEPARTMENT

Computer Animation                                                     Art

Photo 1                                                                        Art

Photo 2                                                                        Art

Photo 3                                                                        Art

Digital Alternative Processing                                       Art

Video Production                                                           Art

Advanced Video Production                                           Art

Web Design                                                                 Art

Advanced Web Design                                                  Art

AP Photography                                                           Art

Business Law                                                               Business

Fashion Promotion/Merchandising                                 Business

Principles of Marketing and Advertising                         Business

Computer Applications                                                  Business

Sports and Entertainment Marketing                              Business

Business Ownership & Entrepreneurship                       Business

College Accounting                                                       Business

DECA                                                                           Business

Design & Drawing for Architecture & Engineering          Engineering Technology

Computer Science                                                        Mathematics

Advanced Placement Computer Science                        Mathematics

Creative Writing                                                           English

Journalism                                                                   English

Music Theory I and II                                                    Music

AP Music Theory                                                          Music

Music Technology/Composition in the Classroom          Music

Research Programs in:                                                 Science, Social Studies & Math

AP Human Geography                                                  Social Studies

Astronomy                                                                    Science

 

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Important Notes and Phone Numbers

 

The following section lists all courses that will be offered at Oceanside High School for the 2012-13 school year.

 

Please be aware of the following:

 

·      The determination of whether or not a course will run is based on enrollment and/or need.

 

·      Course with “AP” in the title indicate that our offering of this course has met the standards and criteria of the College Board Advanced Placement Program.

 

·      A student is required to sit for the Advanced Placement in any course designated as “AP” in order to receive the AP weighting.  If the student does not sit for the AP exam, the student will take an alternative cumulative assessment, the AP designation will be removed on the student’s transcript and the weighting will be reduced to Honors.

 

·      The awarding of college credit for an Advanced Placement course is strictly at the discretion of the college the student attends and is not something that Oceanside High School or the College Board has control over.

 

·      Courses with “College” in the title indicate that our offering of this course is in partnership with a local college.  Students will receive college credit provided that all requirements of the partnering college (which may include tuition) are met.  The transferring of this credit is strictly at the discretion of the college the student attends and is not something that Oceanside High School has control over.

 

·      Courses with no indication of weighting are not factored into a student’s overall GPA.  These include academic intervention services and Physical Education.  (See page 4 for the weighting of courses.)

 

·      Students and parents should give careful thought to the requests made for courses.  Once course requests have been confirmed in June, a schedule will be created based on those requests.  This schedule will not be changed unless the student has had the teacher before or the student is scheduled contrary to those requests.

 

 

If you have any questions about a particular course, please contact the appropriate department supervisor or your child’s Guidance Counselor.  Parents of current Grade 8 students should contact the Middle School Guidance Counselor at 678-8524.

 


Departments

English                                   Beth Zirogiannis, Director           678-8568

Social Studies & Business       Mitchell Bickman, Director          678-7532

Mathematics

   & Fam. Consumer Sciences Tara Mauer, Director                  678-8567

Science & Engineering Tech    Kathryn Chapman, Director         594-2359

World Languages                    Dr. David Rose, Director            678-7533

Art & Music                             Robert Brase, Director                678-1220

Special Education                    Paul Guzzone, Coordinator         678-7551

Physical and Health Ed.           Jeff Risener, Director                 678-7530

Guidance                                Greg Sloan, Assoc. Principal      678-5402

 

High School Counselors         

 

678-7540

Mr. Carbonetti

Ms. Fazio

Mr. Madden

Mrs. Melillo


678-7537

Mrs. Gordon

Mr. Utrecht

Mrs. Lochridge

Ms. Stillwell

Mrs. Stecklow

 

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English

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A students schedule may reflect a similar, but different code.  This is for internal scheduling use only and is not reflective of any difference in course content.

1001               Remedial Reading

1002               Reading Skills

1111               English 9

1116               English 9 Honors

1211               English 10

1214               English 10 Integrated

1215               English 10 Honors

1217               English 10 Integrated Honors

1302               English Regents Preparation

1311               American Literature

1314               American Literature Integrated

1316               AP English Language and Composition

1317               AP Integrated English Language and Composition

1415               AP English Literature

142101,2         Senior Seminar Pair A:  A Perfect World: Utopian and Dystopian Literature/ Fantasy and Fairy Tales

143101,2          Senior Seminar Pair B: Graphic Novels/ Horror: Monsters in Society

144101,2           Senior Seminar Pair C: The World According to Shakespeare/Contemporary Literature

1511               Public Speaking

1515               Digital Journalism

1516               Film Study

1517               English Preparation for the SAT Exam

1531               Creative Writing 1

1532                  Creative Writing 2


Social Studies

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2111               Global History and Geography 1

2116               Global World History 1 Honors

2202               Global History and Geography Skills

2211               Global History and Geography 2

2214               Global History and Geography 2 Integrated

2216               AP World History

2217               AP World History Integrated

2290               Preparation for the Global History and Geography Regents Exam

2302               U.S. History Skills

2311               U.S. History and Government

2314               U.S. History and Government Integrated

2316               AP United States History

2317               AP United States History Integrated

2411               High School Economics

2415               AP Economics

2421               Participation in Government

2432               Participation in Government and Economics/Senior Mentor Program

2451               AP American Government

2452               AP American Government - Regents Economics/Senior Mentor Program

2454               AP American Government - combined with Regents Economics

2462               AP Human Geography

2512               College Psychology 1

2513               College Psychology 2

2514               High School Criminology

2531               American History: Post World War II

2601               Social Science Research Honors Grade 9

2602               Social Science Research Honors

2900               Personal Finance


Mathematics

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3121               Algebra

3221               Geometry

3301                  Algebra 2 Concepts

3321               Algebra 2

3324               Algebra 2 Honors

3330                  College Prep Algebra

3341                  Trigonometry

3431                  Pre-Calculus (Juniors)

3432               Pre-Calculus (Seniors)

3434               Pre-Calculus Honors

3511               Advanced Algebra

3512               Probability and Statistics

3513                  College Intro to Computer Science

3514                  AP Computer Science

3515                  AP Computer Science Principles

3519               Math Preparation for the SAT Exam

3611               AP Calculus AB

3612               AP Calculus BC        

3614               College Statistics

3701               Math Research 1 Honors

3702               Math Research Honors

Science

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4102               Biology: Living Environment Skills

4111/Lab 4121   Biology: The Living Environment

4211/Lab 4221   Earth Science The Physical Setting

4214/Lab 4224   Earth Science The Physical Setting Honors

4311/Lab 4321   Chemistry

4314/Lab 4324   Chemistry Honors

4315/Lab 4325   Chemistry Grade 9 Honors

4411/Lab 4421   Physics

4511               Marine Science

4514               Exploring Forensic Science

4516               Exploring Astronomy

4517                  Robotics

4611/Lab 4621   AP Biology

4612/Lab 4622   AP Chemistry

4614/Lab 4624   AP Physics 1

4615/Lab 4625   AP Physics C

4616/Lab 4626   AP Environmental Science

4711               Science Research–Foundations Honors

4712               College Research (Also includes Math and Social Science)

4799               School-based Science Research—Honors


Engineering Technology

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4921               Principles of Construction

4944                  Introduction to Engineer and Design

4975                  Materials Processing

World Languages

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5101               Spanish Portfolio 1P

5111               Spanish 1

5121               Spanish 2

5131               Spanish 3

5134               Spanish 3 for Native Speakers

5140               Pre-College Spanish 4

5141               Pre-AP Spanish Honors

5151/5152        College Spanish

5161               AP Spanish Language

5162               AP Spanish Literature

5211                  French 1

5221               French 2

5231               French 3

5240                  French 4

5241               Pre-AP French

5261               AP French Language and Culture

5301               Italian Portfolio 1P

5311               Italian 1

5321               Italian 2

5331               Italian 3

5340                  Italian 4

5341               Pre-AP Italian Honors

5351               AP Italian Language and Culture

5411               Hebrew 1

5421               Hebrew 2

5431               Hebrew 3

5441               Hebrew 4 Honors

5451               Hebrew 5 Honors

5511               American Sign Language 1

5521               American Sign Language 2

5531               American Sign Language 3

5711               Mandarin Chinese 1

5721               Mandarin Chinese 2

5731               Mandarin Chinese 3

5741                  Mandarin Chinese 4

ESL

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5901               ENLWorkshop

5903                  ENL Workshop for Advanced/Commanding English Language Learners

5911               ENL for Beginning/English Language Learners

5912               ENL for Beginning/English Language Learners

5921               ENL for Intermediate/Emerging and Transitioning English Language Learners

5922                  ENL for Intermediate/Emerging and Transitioning English Language Learners

5931                  ENL Math

5941               ENL Science

59921                ENL English Language and Global Studies

59922                ENL English Language and US History


Business

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6131               College Computer Applications

6151               Fashion Promotion (Merchandising)

6240               Sports and Entertainment Marketing

6241               Principles of Marketing/Advertising

6251               Business Ownership & Entrepreneurship

6271               College Accounting 1

6272                  College Accounting 2

6281               Business Law and Society

6311               DECA 1 Leadership

6321               DECA 2 Leadership/Business presentations

Family & Consumer Sciences

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6611               Culinary Arts

6612               Advanced Culinary Arts

6621               Fashion & Clothing 1

6622               Fashion & Clothing 2

6631               Interior and Home Design

6641               Culture & Foods

6642               Food & Fitness

6651               Human Development & Personal Psychology

6711, 6712       Child Development

6731               Introduction to Elementary Education

6741                  Advanced Elementary Education

6801               Basic Family & Consumer Sciences Level 1

6802               Basic Family & Consumer Sciences Level 2

Music

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7111               Music Technology/Composition

7121               Music Theory

7122               Advanced Music Theory

7124               AP Music Theory

7131               String Ensemble

7132               Band Ensemble

7133               Vocal Ensemble

7141               Concert Orchestra

7142               Concert Band

7143               Concert Chorus

7151               Symphonic Orchestra

7152               Symphonic Band

7153               Symphonic Choir

7171               Marching Band

7199               Independent Study

7911               Elements of Acting

7912               Advanced Elements of Acting

7913               In-Depth Theatre

7914               Scene Study

7915                  Choreography and Dance

7917                  Advanced Choreography and Dance

7918                  Theatre Production

7919                  Advanced Theatre Production


Art

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7511               Studio in Art

7521                  3D Sculpture and Crafts

7531               Cartooning

7541               Costume Design & Fashion Illustration

7551               Drawing/Painting

7553               Selective Painting

7554               Advanced Selective Painting

7559               AP Studio Art- Drawing/Painting

7561               Ceramics/Sculpture

7562               Advanced Ceramics/Sculpture

7599               Independent Study

7611               Animation

7612               Advanced Animation

7621               Web Design

7622               Advanced Web Design

7711               Digital Photo 1

7721               Digital Photo 2

7731               Digital Photo 3

7741               Digital Alternative Processing

7761               AP Studio Art - Photography

7811               Video Production

7812               Advanced Video Production

7821               Broadcasting

7822                  Advanced Broadcasting


Special Ed

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Basic Classes

Academic Career Exploration

Special Classes

Collaborative Classes

8531               Work Experience

8601                  Career Development

8800               Academic Support/Resource Room

8801               Academic Support/Conference Collab Grade 9

8802               Academic Support/Conference Collab Grade 10

8803               Academic Support/Conference Collab Grade 11

8804               Senior Skills


Physical and Health Education

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A students schedule may reflect a similar, but different code.  This is for internal scheduling use only and is not reflective of any difference in course content.

9001                  PE 11 & 12th grade

9002                  PE 11 & 12th grade

9021               PE 9: Fitness for Life

9061,9062        PE Advanced Physical Fitness Fall & Spring

9071               PE Sports Medicine

9801, 9802       Adaptive Physical Education

9811                  Basic Physical Education

9711               Health Education Grade 9 only

9714               Health Education Grades 10-12

 

English Department Course Descriptions

1001 Remedial Reading                                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  Non-Credit

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

Pre Req:  Department Recommendation                                                           

 

This course provides students with a solid foundation in decoding skills using phoneme segmentation. It also includes instruction in vocabulary development, fluency, oral expression and comprehension. The grade achieved in this course is averaged into the grade for the student’s regular English class each quarter.

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1002 Reading Skills                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  Non-Credit

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-10

Pre Req:  Department Recommendation

 

This course focuses on the development of critical reading skills through the examination of various types of literature and non-fiction texts. This course will help students to achieve grade-level competency in reading. The grade achieved in this course is averaged into the grade for the student’s regular English class each quarter.

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1111 English 9 Regents                                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Department Recommendation                                                           

 

This course will explore important foundational texts including those from Greek Mythology, Epic Poetry, and Shakespeare, to name a few.  The integration of relevant speeches, informational texts, films, and artwork to support the literature will help students to better understand the themes and related concepts present in these seminal works of literature.  The course includes activities that will strengthen students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, and most importantly will help freshman to develop the understandings that will support their work in other English classes throughout high school.  Conferencing is an integral part of this course.

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1116 English 9 Honors                                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Department Recommendation                                                           

 

This course will explore important foundational texts including those from Greek Mythology, Epic Poetry, and Shakespeare, to name a few.  The integration of relevant speeches, informational texts, films, and artwork to support the literature will help students to better understand the themes and related concepts present in these seminal works of literature.  The course includes activities that will strengthen students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, and most importantly will help freshman to develop the understandings that will support their work in other English classes throughout high school.  Conferencing is an integral part of this course.

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1211 English 10 Regents                                                                             

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Completion of Freshman English and Department Recommendation            

 

This course will explore important works from World Literature, including texts from Africa, Russia, Germany, and England.  Students will examine world literature in a cultural context to appreciate the diversity and complexity of world issues and global ideas.  The integration of relevant speeches informational texts, films, and artwork to support the literature will help students to better understand the themes and related concepts present in the literature.  The course includes activities that will strengthen students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, and most importantly this course will help to widen the literacy landscape for sophomores.

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1214 English 10 Integrated Regents                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher/Chairperson Recommendation                                               

 

This is an enriched course in which reading, writing, speaking, and thinking activities will coordinate with the historical period the students are studying in Global Studies 2. There will be a wide variety of creative and expository writing experiences such as group reports, writing to or as an historical person or fictional character and research activities. The conference period will allow students an opportunity to meet individually with the teachers as well as in small or larger groups for enrichment. Field trips may be included.

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1215 English 10 Honors                                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Completion of English 9 and Department Recommendation                       

 

This course will explore important works from World Literature, including texts from Africa, Russia, Germany, and England.  Students will examine world literature in a cultural context to appreciate the diversity and complexity of world issues and global ideas.  The integration of relevant speeches informational texts, films, and artwork to support the literature will help students to better understand the themes and related concepts present in the literature.  The course includes activities that will strengthen students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, and most importantly this course will help to widen the literacy landscape for sophomores.

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1217 English 10 Integrated Honors                                                                

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Teacher/Chairperson Recommendation                                               

 

This is an enriched humanities-based course, perhaps one of the very few time-line courses students will have the opportunity to take. This synthesis course, which covers important historical periods from the Greeks to the present, is integrated with the World History Advanced Placement course. Students will discover the influences on literature, art, music, architecture, and philosophy produced by major historical events. Field trips to museums, concerts, ballet and theater, are highlights integral to the understanding of the lectures and readings. Conferencing is an integral part

of the course.

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1302 English Regents Preparation                                                                

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  Non-Credit

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

Pre Req:  Completion of English 10 and Department Recommendation                      

 

This course continues the building and reinforcement of language art skills, particularly the skills of reading and writing. Students will work on materials that will prepare

them for the Comprehensive Examination in English. Students will also work on successive reading and writing activities that will assist them with the SAT exam, college essays, and resumes. The grade achieved in this course is averaged into the grade in American Literature each quarter.

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1311 American Literature                                                                            

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Completion of English 10 and Department Recommendation                      

 

American Literature provides the student with a solid foundation in American literary classics  which will prepare him/her for the English Regents. The course offers the opportunity to explore such units as "Developing a National Literature," "The Civil War and Its Aftermath," "The Frontier," "The Approach to the Modern Age," and "America Reaching Out," as well as post World War II authors. Extensive vocabulary study and the development of reading, writing, and listening skills appropriate to the English Regents are emphasized throughout this course.

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1314 American Literature Integrated                                                             

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

I                                                                                                             Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher/Chairperson Recommendation                                               

 

This is an enriched course in which the forces that have shaped this country's life, the yearnings of our private hearts, and the mechanisms of our public policies are all reflected in our literature and art. This survey of United States literature and art from colonial times to the present emphasizes those connections that exist between literary themes and historical events. This course is designed to parallel the chronology of the United States History course. The inclusion of a conference period allows time for enrichment programs, including films, field trips, and the humanities.

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1316 AP English Language and Composition                                                  

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Completion of English 10 and Department Recommendation                      

 

This college level English class is designed to help students become skilled readers of prose written in a variety of disciplines and rhetorical contexts and to help them become skilled writers who compose for a variety of purposes. This course teaches students to analyze how graphics and visual images both relate to written texts and serve as alternative forms of text themselves. This course teaches research skills, and in particular, the ability to evaluate, use, and cite primary and secondary sources. This course fulfills the junior English requirement, and students will also take the Regents exam. Students taking this course are required to take the AP English Language and Composition exam in May.

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1317 AP Integrated English Language and Composition                                    

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Teacher/Chairperson Recommendation.                                               

 

This enriched college level English class is designed to help students become skilled readers of prose written in a variety of disciplines and rhetorical contexts and to become skilled writers who compose for a variety of purposes. It is taught in tandem with its counterpart, U.S. History AP. Using a variety of genres, the course emphasizes both critical reading and critical writing. Relationships between history and literature are explored so that students are able to synthesize different types of information and more fully comprehend what is particularly “American” in our literary selections. Conferencing, an integral part of the course, allows time for enrichment programs, including films, field trips, and the humanities. This course fulfills the junior English requirement, and students taking the course will take the English Regents exam  and the AP English Language and Composition exam.

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1415 AP English Literature                                                                          

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Completion of English 11 and Department Recommendation                      

 

This college freshman level English course is designed to help the student develop proficiency in the close and effective reading of literature and in his or her knowledge and mastery of the skills of effective expository writing. It emphasizes critical thinking and analytical writing in response to the world's most exciting literature. Students are also prepared for the Advanced Placement exam given in May. Course fulfills the four-credit sequence requirement necessary for English.

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Senior Seminar in Literature                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                    Credits: 1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Completion of American Literature or AP English Language                       

 

Seniors will participate in a two-part (fall/spring) paired course.   The Senior Seminar would closely follow grade 12 expectations set forth by the Common Core Learning Standards.  Students will choose classes based upon their interests.  The paired courses are described below.  (AP English Literature continues to be offered in its traditional format.  See its description above.)

 

142101,2 Pair A

A Perfect World: Utopian and Dystopian Literature

The world is a complicated place that we are always trying to make better. For hundreds of years, writers have been imagining what a perfect world, or utopia may look like. In this course, we will explore literature that examines our fascination with the “perfect world.” We will investigate the evils that we encounter in our daily lives and read about imperfect or dystopian societies that reflect our natural human fears and anxieties.

 

Fantasy and Fairy Tales

Every story has a beginning! This course will explore the fairy tales that have inspired and spawned countless literary classics. For thousands of years, writers have attempted to reflect our world in their literary works. Through the examination of fantastical worlds that mirror our own reality, we will attempt to answer the question “is reality really stranger than fiction?”

 

143101,2 Pair B

The Graphic Novel

Graphic novels are more than comic books. The beauty of the graphic novel is in its ability to blend two types of storytelling: drawn art and the written word. Explore a wide array of themes through a literary medium that is often enjoyed by students, but rarely included in a traditional English curriculum.

 

Horror: Monsters in Society

A monster is a fictional creature that inspires trepidation, causes anxiety and haunts dreams. Yet, this entity may not merely be the product of overly-active imaginations. The “monster” is real and has been the ugly muse of countless artists and authors.  This course will seek to explore the dark, twisted roots of the horror genre beginning with the 18th century rise of Gothic fiction, as well as some of the aesthetic, psychological and social implications of such fiction, while examining a number of classic and contemporary works. It will also focus on the development of the horror genre in film and how it is tied to the literary gothic.  

 

144101,2 Pair C

The World According to Shakespeare

You know more about Shakespeare’s work than you think you do! From literature to television to film, Shakespeare’s influence is everywhere. This course will explore how Shakespeare understood our world and presented this world in a timeless manner. Through a study of his tragedies and comedies (yes, Shakespeare can be very funny) we will learn how Shakespeare’s ideas continue to shape our lives without us even realizing it.

 

Contemporary Literature

Is that new best-seller merely a page turner, or a work of art that will stand the test of time?  Did the first readers of A Brave New World or The Great Gatsby know they were reading literary works that would be taught for years to come? Contemporary fiction will concentrate on the short story, drama, poetry and the novel of the present generation.  The writings will focus on themes and conflicts that pertain to society today.  Through the analysis of these contemporary texts students will be asked to examine the characters and conflicts in the works, as well as how this pertains to the ever changing world we inhabit.  Questions to be considered: “How does contemporary literature reflect society?” “How will what we read today be regarded tomorrow?”

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1511 Public Speaking                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  English 9                                                                                     

 

The course in public speaking is one of the most practical of all those course offerings at OHS. Its aim is to encourage students to develop dynamism, confidence, and skill in speaking before groups of people. Stress is placed upon listening, using voice effectively, organizing content, eliminating localisms, attracting and holding audience attention.

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1515 Digital Journalism                                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  English 9                                                                                     

 

This course will focus on how social and digital media has transformed the way journalists report on a story.  Students will think critically and creatively as they apply this understanding to the writing of their own news stories.  This course will also give students the opportunity to utilize a variety of mediums to help support the online edition of the Sider Press, our school’s digital platform for news.

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1516 Film Study                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  English 10                                                                                   

 

This course is designed to develop students’ visual literacy and to help students judge and evaluate a film’s worth. This is a course where movies come to life – where the greatest movies of all time will be analyzed and appreciated through class discussion and written activities.

 

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1517 English Preparation for the SAT Exam                                                    

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-11

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

Pre Req:  English 10                                                                                   

 

This course is designed to help students prepare to take the SAT exam. Students will receive instruction in general test-taking strategies and in specific tactics to use for

each section of the test including vocabulary development, critical reading skills, and persuasive writing. Flexible thinking and efficient, effective reading and writing will be emphasized. Familiarity with all sections of the test will help to reduce students’ anxieties, and consistent practice should enhance their test scores. Students who take this course will receive a letter grade.

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1531 Creative Writing 1                                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Completion of English 9                                                                   

 

Each of us has a story to tell that is unique and personal. Creative Writing is a course designed to bring stories to life. Students in this course will write a variety of pieces: stories, poems, dialogues, children’s tales, and mysteries. The proposal of individual writing projects is encouraged. Readings will emphasize contemporary work.

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1532 Creative Writing 2                                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Completion of Creative Writing 1                                                        

 

Creative Writing 2 is a course designed to build on the basic skills and methodology examined in Creative Writing 1.  Students will apply concepts like sensory description, dialogue, plot, flashback, and conflict creation to larger works like a novel, memoir or screenplay.

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Social Studies Department Course Descriptions

2111 Global History and Geography 1                                                            

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  None                                                                                          

 

This is a course that deals with the study of global history beginning with the dawn of civilization and ending with the French Revolution. Students will be required to focus on all five New York State Social Studies Standards and common themes across time and space throughout global history. The ninth grade course of study will be divided into four historical eras: The Ancient World, Expanding Zones of Exchange, Global Interaction and the First Global Age. This course is accompanied by a conference period, which meets on an alternate day basis. During the conference period, students will meet with their social studies teachers. As a result of participation in the conference period, all students will experience transition activities, a thorough immersion in the writing process, a small group environment, a learning environment that promotes metacognition (reflecting on themselves as learners and the learning process), and integrated and subject specific projects and activities that promote writing, reading, speaking, listening, study skills, research, and the various uses of media.

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2116 Global World History - 1 Honors                                                            

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Teacher or Department Recommendation                                             

 

The purpose of the World History 1 Honors course is to develop greater understanding of the evolution of global processes and contacts, in interaction with different types of human societies. This understanding is advanced through a combination of selective factual knowledge and appropriate analytical skills. The course highlights the nature of changes in international frameworks and their causes and consequences, as well as comparisons among major societies. The course emphasizes relevant factual knowledge deployed in conjunction with leading interpretive issues and types of historical evidence. The course builds on an understanding of cultural, institutional, and technological precedents that, along with geography, set the human stage. Periodization, explicitly discussed, forms an organizing principle for dealing with change and continuity throughout the course. Specific themes provide further organization to the course, along with the consistent attention to contacts among societies that form the core of world history as a field of study. The World History 1 Honors course is the first part of a two year course of study that covers human origins to 1450 C.E. This course is suggested but not a prerequisite for the World History – Advanced Placement course in 10th grade.

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2202 Global History and Geography Skills                                                      

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  Non-Credit

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

 

Pre Req:  Global History & Geography 1 and Department Recommendation                

 

This course is a review/supplement to the regular Global History 2 course. It will provide intense support for students deemed in need. It will continue the building and reinforcement of skills necessary for success on the Global History Regents examination. Appropriate instruction in reading, essay writing, and content areas will be aligned with the regularly scheduled Global History 2 class. The course will be scheduled to meet every other day. The grade achieved in this course is averaged in with the regular class grade. This course is mandatory when a student is recommended for academic intervention services.

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2211 Global History and Geography 2                                                            

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Global History & Geography 1                                                           

 

This is a course that deals with the study of global history beginning with the French Revolution and concluding with the modern era. Students will be required to focus on all five New York State Social Studies Standards and common themes across time and space throughout global history. The tenth grade course of study will be divided into four historical eras: Age of Revolution, Crisis and Achievement, 20th Century Since 1945 and Global Connections and Interactions. The course culminates with a Regents examination, which New York State mandates for graduation.         

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2214 Global History and Geography 2 Integrated                                             

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher/Chairperson Recommendation                                               

 

This is an enriched offering of Global History & Geography 2 that is team-taught with English 10. The differences from the Global History & Geography 2 course stand-alone are the experiences, connections with literature and understandings that the three period integrated approach provides for students. This team teaching approach is beneficial to students as they prepare for the rigors of college work. The humanities approach employed in this course has historically helped students achieve excellence on the Regents test in June. The course culminates with a Regents examination, which New York State mandates for graduation.

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2216 AP World History                                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Teacher or Department Recommendation                                             

 

This is an Advanced Placement course in World History, a continuation of the World History 1 Honors course taken in grade 9. Students are expected to develop their analytical and critical thinking skills and to understand historiography. The course will instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order to meet success with the examination. This course will prepare students for the Advanced Placement test that they must take in May. Students must also pass the Regents examination in Global History and Geography, given in June (a requirement for graduation). Conferencing is not a part of this course.

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2217 AP World History Integrated                                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Teacher or Chairperson Recommendation                                            

 

This is an enriched Advanced Placement course in World History, a continuation of the Global History 1 Honors course taken in grade 9. The differences from the World History Advanced Placement stand-alone are the experiences, connections with literature and understandings that the three period block provides for students. Students are expected to develop their analytical and critical thinking skills and to understand historiography. The course will instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order to be successful on the examination. The humanities approach employed in this course has historically helped students achieve personal levels of excellence on the Advanced Placement test that they must take in May. Students must also pass the Regents examination in Global History and Geography, given in June (a requirement for graduation). Conferencing is an integral part of this course.

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2290 Preparation for the Global History and Geography Regents Exam                

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  Non-Credit

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

Pre Req:  Passing the Global History and Geography 1 and 2 courses, but scoring lower than 65 on the Global History and Geography Regents Exam.

 

This semester course will review topics in Global History and Geography and prepare students to take the Global History and Geography Regents Exam. This course meets every day.

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2302 U.S. History Skills                                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  Non-Credit

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

Pre Req:  US History and Department recommendation                                        

 

This course is a review/supplement to the regular US History course. It will provide intense support for students deemed in need. It will continue the building and

reinforcement of skills necessary for success on the US History Regents examination. Appropriate instruction in reading, essay writing, and content areas will be aligned with the regularly scheduled US History class. The course will be scheduled to meet every other day. The grade achieved in this course is averaged in with the regular class grade. This course is mandatory when a student is recommended for academic intervention services.

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2311 U.S. History and Government                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Global History & Geography 1 & 2                                                      

 

Important topics in this course include the study of the major features of the U.S. Constitution and the history of the United States as an industrial nation. This course takes a chronological approach to U.S. History. The course is designed to emphasize the mastery of content as well as the development of thinking skills, writing and research skills. The course culminates with a Regents examination, which New York State mandates for graduation

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2314 U.S. History and Government Integrated                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher/Chairperson Recommendation                                                         

 

In this enriched course, important topics include the study of the major features of the U.S. Constitution and the history of the United States as an industrial nation. What is different from the U. S. History stand-alone course are the experiences, connections with literature and understandings that the three period blocks provides for students. This course is paired with American Literature and the team teaching approach is beneficial to students as they prepare for the rigors of college work. The humanities approach employed in this course has historically helped students achieve excellence on the Regents test in June. The course culminates with a Regents examination, which New York State mandates for graduation.

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2316 AP United States History                                                                     

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Global History & Geography 1 & 2 and Teacher or Chairperson Recommendation     

 

This is an Advanced Placement course in American History. This course is taught at the freshman college level and is designed to help the students make the transition to college work. Higher level analytical, research and writing skills will be stressed. The course will instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order to be successful on the Advanced Placement examination. The course culminates with both the US Regents examination, which New York State mandates for graduation, and the Advanced Placement

 exam in May. Conferencing is not an integral part of the course.

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2317 AP United States History Integrated                                                       

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Teacher/Chairperson Recommendation                                               

 

This is an enriched Advanced Placement course in United States History.  The differences from the United States Advanced Placement stand-alone are the experiences, connections with literature and understandings that the three period block provides for students.  This course is paired with English Language and Composition Advanced Placement and is taught at the freshman college level with a team teaching approach designed to help students make the transition to college work. Higher level analytical, research and writing skills will be stressed. The course will attempt to instill in students the habits of mind identified by the College Board. The humanities approach employed in this course has historically helped many students achieve personal levels of excellence on the Advanced Placement test in May. The course culminates with a Regents examination, which New York State mandates for graduation. Students are also expected to take the Advanced Placement exam in May. Conferencing is an integral part of the course.

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2411 High School Economics                                                                       

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  9th, 10th and 11th grade Social Studies                                               

 

This course is the state-mandated course in economics. Concepts of scarcity, supply and demand, markets, labor, GDP, business cycle and economic indicators, money and banking, managing the economy, trade, and investment are some of the topics covered. The final exam in this course counts as one third of the final grade. Students performing at a high level will be encouraged to take the Advanced Placement exam in economics. This course is a mandatory graduation requirement

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2415 AP Economics                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Teacher or Chairperson Recommendation & 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Social Studies

 

This is a college level economics course that will prepare students for the Advanced Placement tests in macroeconomics and microeconomics. This course satisfies the economics requirement for graduation by the State of New York. The course will instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order to be successful on the examination. It is taught for the full year and students are expected to take both Advanced Placement Economics tests in May. Some students will compete in the Federal Reserve Challenge and the Economic Challenge as part of their coursework.

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2421 Participation in Government                                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  9th, 10th, and 11th grade Social Studies                                              

 

This course is designed to instruct students about the nature of politics, how decisions are made, and how public policy is formed, implemented and evaluated at the local, state and federal level. Mock trials, town meetings, and public hearings are some of the formats that will be used to learn about public policy in our country. Students will be expected to use their accumulated knowledge and skills from their previous courses in social studies. This course satisfies the requirement for graduation by the State of New York.

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2432 Participation in Government and Economics/Senior Mentor Program            

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req: Teacher recommendation, behavior, attendance and GPA are all factors for enrollment into this course.

 

This is a full year course that integrates the Government and Economics curricula. The course meets the state requirements for graduation in both courses. Students spend four days of a six-day cycle studying the issues that drive our decisions in economics and government. They spend one class period in the six-day cycle mentoring

our incoming freshmen students. The mentoring will be under the supervision of our social studies and/or health teachers who will meet with the students for training, feedback and supervision on the final day of the six-day cycle. The purpose of the experience is to build a sense of connectedness, create a service learning experience and heighten the overall sense of community in our high school. The study of economics and government will be enriched by the mentoring experience. This course satisfies the government and economics requirement for graduation by the State of New York and will provide students with a community service component. Student mentors are required to attend a mandatory mentoring workshop prior to the beginning of the school year.

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2451 AP American Government                                                                    

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Teacher or Chairperson recommendation & 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Social Studies  

 

This is a one semester course in college level American Government. The basic institutions of our government are studied in depth. The course will instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order to be successful on the examination. Students are expected to take the Advanced Placement US Government and Politics exam in May. Students taking this course are required to take Advanced Placement Economics. This course satisfies the government requirement for graduation by the State of New York.

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2452 AP American Government - Regents Economics/Senior Mentor Program       

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req: Teacher recommendation, behavior, attendance and GPA are all factors for enrollment into this course..

 

This is a full year course that integrates the AP Government and Regents level Economics curricula. The course meets the state requirements for graduation in both courses. Students spend four days in a six-day cycle studying the issues that drive our decisions in economics and AP government. The course will instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order be successful on the Advanced Placement examination. Seniors will spend one class period in a six-day cycle mentoring our freshmen students. The mentoring will be under the supervision of our social studies and/or health teachers who will meet with the students for training, feedback and supervision on the final day of the six-day cycle. The purpose of the experience is to build a sense of connectedness, create a service learning component, and heighten the overall sense of community in our high school. The study of economics and government will be enriched by the mentoring experience. This course satisfies the government and economics requirement for graduation by the State of New York and will provide students with a community service component. Student mentors are required to attend a mandatory mentoring workshop prior to the beginning of the school year.

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2454 AP American Government - combined with Regents Economics                  

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Teacher or Chairperson Recommendation & 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Social Studies

 

This course is the state-mandated course in economics. Concepts of scarcity, supply and demand, markets, labor, GDP, business cycle and economic indicators, money and banking, managing the economy, trade, and investment are some of the topics covered.  Micro Economics will be covered in the first quarter and Macro Economics will be taught during the fourth quarter.  Students performing at a high level will be encouraged to take the Advanced Placement exam in economics.  This course also includes a one semester course in college level American Government taught in the second and third quarters. The basic institutions of our government are studied in depth.  Topics include: Constitutional Theory, Public Opinion, Linkage and Political Institutions, and Civil Liberties.  The course will instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order to be successful on the examination. Students are expected to take the Advanced Placement US Government and Politics exam in May.  This course satisfies the government requirement for graduation by the State of New York.  Students enrolled in this course will have the same Economics and AP Government teacher throughout the year.  A student who wishes to take both AP Economics and AP Government needs to take both as separate courses.

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2462 AP Human Geography                                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Global History                                                                              

 

Human Geography Advanced Placement is an introductory course that introduces students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of the Earth’s surface. Students employ spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine social organization and its environmental consequences. They also learn about methods and tools geographers use in their science and practice. The course will attempt to instill in students the habits of mind identified by the Advanced Placement program that students will need in order to be successful on the Advanced Placement examination. Students are expected to take the Human Geography Advanced Placement Examination in May. College credit may be obtained by taking the examination.

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2512, 2513 College Psychology 1 & 2                                                             

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  ½ per semester

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: COLLEGE

Pre Req:  Acceptance by C. W. Post and High School GPA of at least 80)                 

 

This is a college level psychology course given through the C.W. Post SCALE program. Writing and research assignments are at a college freshmen level for this survey course. Students may take the course for the first semester only, but they are encouraged to take it for a full year. There is a final examination.  Three college credits per semester will be granted (in addition to high school credit) for a fee if the student earns a grade of C of higher.

STUDENTS MUST ADHERE TO CW POST REGISTRATION AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES

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2514 High School Criminology                                                                     

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  None                                                                                          

 

The sociology of criminal behavior as well as the criminal justice process, police, courts, corrections, and the juvenile justice system are all explored in this course. There is a final exam. Writing and research assignments are required for this survey course.

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2531 American History: Post World War II                                                      

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  9th, 10th grade Social Studies                                                           

 

This course is designed to take an in-depth look at the events of the twentieth century that have shaped the world we live in today. It offers an opportunity for students to obtain a better understanding of modern events including World War II, the Korean War, Kennedy’s presidency and assassination, Vietnam, the social and political reform of the sixties, Watergate, Iran-Contra, the Space Program, the Gulf Wars and finally 9/11. The course will be enriched with film and media.

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2601 Social Science Research Honors Grade 9                                                

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Teacher or Chairperson Recommendation                                            

 

The course is designed to give students a foundation for research. Students will learn and apply the process of social science research. The course involves creation of hypotheses for research, writing research plans, applying statistics, and writing a research report. Preparation for, and participation in, national and international competitions which utilize their research tools is an integral part of the course. At the end of their freshman year, students create a research project plan for their original research project that will take them until their senior year to complete.

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2602 Social Science Research Honors                                                           

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Teacher or Chairperson Recommendation                                            

 

The course is a continuation of the project proposal from spring of 9th grade year. Students work on original research with the teacher/advisor for the remaining 3 years in the program. Students enter their original research project (which includes an extensive paper, power point presentation, and tri-fold board presentation) upon commencement of their senior year in the Intel Science Talent Search, TOPSS, JSHS, and publish their findings in periodicals.

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2900 Personal Finance                                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .25

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  None                                                                                          

 

Discover the keys to sound financial planning as we investigate the areas of proper credit card usage, ID theft, checking accounts, electronic banking, insurance, investments, the stock market game and much more. Students will be given the opportunity to develop techniques for planning and budgeting consumption expenditures and saving, with special emphasis on the use of saving allocations to achieve personal goals; real property, insurance, and financial investment. This is a pre-requisite for an Oceanside High School Diploma beginning with the graduating Class of 2009.

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Mathematics Department Course Descriptions

3121 Algebra 1                                                                                          

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher recommendation (8th grade)                                                  

 

This course is a one- year course in which students will have an opportunity to master the basic skills of elementary algebra. Students will solve practical problems and further their experiences with communicating mathematical ideas. Some of the topics that are covered in this course include: solving linear and quadratic equations, numerical and graphical solutions to equations and problems, adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials, factoring, completing the square, and other mindful algebraic calculations. Students will be prepared to take the Algebra Regents exam in June.

 

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3221 Geometry                                                                                         

                                                                                                              Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                               Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing score in Algebra 1 and on the Algebra Regents                           

 

This course is a one – year course where students will study geometric reasoning. Students will learn how to develop write formal proofs, paragraph proofs and coordinate geometry proofs. Topics such as constructions, congruence, similarity, right triangles, and trigonometry will also be explored.  Students will be prepared to take the Geometry Regents in June.  (Students who are recommended for additional support may be scheduled for an additional period of this course every other day.)

 

3225 Geometry Concepts

Credits:  1

Offered:  Full Year

Grade Level:  9-12

Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req: Passing Score in Algebra, Teacher Recommendation and Department Director Approval 

 

This is an introductory course that reinforces the algebra skills while introducing concepts in geometry.  Students are prepared to continue their study of Regents Geometry with a deep understanding of the fundamental concepts, which are essential for success in the study of advanced mathematics.  The graphing calculator is used throughout the course to integrate numerical, algebraic, graphical, and analytical understanding.  Students will be required to use the calculator for class work, homework, tests, quizzes, and for the final exam in June.

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3301 Advanced Algebra

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                                                    Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-11

                                                                                                                                    Course Weight: 1.02

Pre-Requisite: Passing Score in Geometry and Department Director Approval 

                                                                                                                                   

This is an introductory course that continues the integration of algebra & geometry with trigonometric concepts.  Students are prepared to continue their study of Regents Algebra 2 with a deep understanding of the fundamental concepts, which are essential for success in the study of advanced mathematics.  The graphing calculator is used throughout the course to integrate numerical, algebraic, graphical, and analytical understanding.  Students will be required to use the calculator for class work, homework, and for the final exam in June.

 

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3321 Algebra 2

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing Score in Geometry & Regents                                                

 

The content of this course includes an in-depth exploration of algebra, working with complex numbers, working with functions including logarithmic and exponential functions, an in-depth exploration of trigonometry and an exploration of arithmetic and geometric series. This course meets for 9 periods in a 6 day cycle. (That is, a double period every other day.)  The students will be prepared to take the Algebra 2 Regents in June. Students who pass this Regents will be eligible for an Advanced Regents Diploma.

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3324 Algebra 2 Honors                                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Minimum grade of 90 in Math 2 and on the Geometry Regents; Teacher Recommendation Required

 

This honors class is an enriched version of Algebra 2. Additional topics and activities are added to the curriculum to enable students to meet their talents and interests in mathematics. The students will be prepared to take the Algebra 2 and Trigonometry Regents in June. Students who pass this Regents will be eligible for an Advanced Regents Diploma .

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3330 College Prep Algebra                                                                          

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level: 12

                                                                                                                                    Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Prior Algebra 2/Trig enrollment and/or department approval                           

 

This course, for seniors only, will serve as a 3rd year course for those students who have attempted Algebra 2 Trigonometry and have been unsuccessful.  While all students are encouraged to take Algebra 2 Trigonometry and the Regents exam, some students in their senior year may be better served by this college preparatory course.  The topics covered in the course will be aligned to those found on many college placement exams.

 

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3341 Trigonometry                                                                                                     

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                                                    Offered:  Half Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level: 11-12

                                                                                                                                    Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing Algebra 2                                                                                        

 

This course is designed to prepare students to take the Algebra2/Trigonometry Regents in January.  This is only open to students who have passed the Algebra 2 course, but need to retake the Regents Exam.

 

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3431-11 Pre-Calculus                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing Algebra course with a minimum grade of 80 and passing the Algebra 2 Regents with a Minimum Grade of 80

 

This course is a full year of a traditional pre-calculus curriculum. Topics include the study of different types of functions and their graphs, conics, sequences and series, polar coordinates and the start of limits.  This course will prepare students for Advanced Placement Calculus AB.  This course also prepares students for the SAT-11 Level 2 in mathematics.

 

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3432-12 Pre-Calculus

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

 

Pre Req:  Passing Algebra 2/Trigonometry course.

 

This course is a full year of traditional pre-calculus curriculum.  Topics include the analysis of different types of functions such as polynomial functions, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and trigonometric functions, and the start of basic limits.

 

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3434 Pre-Calculus Honors                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Passing Algebra 2 H with a minimum grade of 90 in the course and on the Algebra 2 Regents or Algebra 2 with a minimum grade of 90 and written approval                               

 

Pre-Calculus Honors is a one-year course including topics in advanced algebra, analytic geometry, spatial geometry, analysis of functions and their graphs, linear algebra and applications, probability and elementary concepts of calculus. Students in this course are expected to enroll in Advanced Placement Mathematics in the subsequent year. In June, students will take a locally prepared final exam.

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3511 Algebra 3                                                                                          

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing Algebra 2 course                                                                

 

This is a semester length course designed for students seeking to further their knowledge of mathematics. Some of the topics included in this course are an in-depth look at real and complex numbers, solving equations of degree greater than 2, sequences and series, mathematical induction, matrices and polar coordinates. This course will help students in their preparation for placement tests in mathematics as they enter college. Students usually follow this course with Probability and Statistics.

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3512 Probability and Statistics                                                                     

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Algebra 2/Trigonometry                                                                   

 

This is a semester length course designed for students seeking to explore the ways in which data is collected and analyzed in the interest of decision-making. Topics include elementary probability, advanced probability, analyzing distributions, testing validity and significance, and linear and multiple regression. The topics will be presented with regard to realistic and commonly used applications. Students usually follow this course with Advanced Algebra.

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3513 College Intro to Computer Science                                                        

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: COLLEGE

Pre Req:  Passed or currently taking Algebra 2/Trigonometry                                 

 

Computer Science is a full year course covering the foundations of computer science and computer programming.  The first semester will focus on computer ethics and computer programming in Visual Basic.  The second semester will focus on computer programming in JAVA starting with the Alice environment, transitioning to programming JAVA in the J-Creator IDE.  Students will write original programs that help solve problems and perform tasks that occur naturally in the study of an academic area, in business, and in other areas of society. Students will be eligible to earn 3 college credits through SUNY at Farmingdale in Visual Basic for an additional fee.  Students who successfully complete this course will be ready for the more rigorous Computer Science Advanced Placement curriculum.

 

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3514 AP Computer Science                                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year-Every Other Year (2017-18)

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  College Intro to Computer Science and Teacher Recommendation              

 

This is a one-year course designed to instruct the student in the fundamentals of Computer Science through the programming language of JAVA.  This is an Advanced Placement course that prepares students for the Advanced Placement exam for college credit.  Students are expected to take the Advanced Placement Exam in May.

 

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3515- AP Computer Science Principles

Credits:  1

Offered  Full Year-Every Other Year (2016-17)

Grade Level:  11-12

Course Weight:  1.10

Pre-requisite:  College Intro to Computer Science or Honors Math with Teacher Recommendation

                                  

This is a one-year course designed to offer instruction to students in the creative aspects of programming, abstractions, algorithms, large data sets, the Internet, cyber security concerns, and computing impacts.  AP Computer Science Principles will give students the opportunity to use technology to address real-world problems and build relevant solutions.  Together, these aspects of the course make up a rigorous and rich curriculum that aims to broaden participation in computer science.  This course will focus on the innovative aspects of computing as well as the computational thinking practices that help students see how computing is relevant to many areas of their everyday lives.  Students will be prepared for the Advanced Placement exam for college credit and are expected to take the Advanced Placement Exam in May.

 

 

 

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3519 Math Preparation for the SAT Exam                                                       

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-11

Pre Req/Co-requisite: Algebra 2/Trigonometry or higher

 

This course will meet every other day for a full year. It is designed to help students prepare to take the SAT exam. Students will also receive instruction in general test taking strategies and specific strategies for the mathematics component of the test. The course will also benefit students in that they will review and sharpen their understanding of fundamental concepts necessary for their continuing in mathematics. Students who take this course will receive a letter grade.

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3611 AP Calculus AB                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Passing Pre-Calculus with a minimum grade of 80                                  

 

This is a one-year Advanced Placement course that covers the traditional calculus course taught at the college level including the concepts and applications of differentiation and integration. Students may earn up to 3-4 college credits for AB Calculus by taking the Advanced Placement Exam at the conclusion of this course. Students are expected to take the Advanced Placement Exam in May.

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3612 AP Calculus BC                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Passing Pre Calculus Honors with a minimum grade of 90 and teacher recommendation

 

This is a one-year Advanced Placement course that covers the traditional calculus course taught at the college level including the concepts and applications of differentiation and integration. Additional topics are covered in BC Calculus. Students may earn up to 6-8 college credits for BC Calculus by taking the Advanced Placement exam at the conclusion of this course. Students are expected to take the Advanced Placement Exam in May.

 

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3614 College Statistics                                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: COLLEGE

Pre Req:  Passing the Algebra Regents with a Grade of 80 or Higher                       

 

College Statistics is a full year course that presents the foundations of college level statistics. The topics will include the collection of data for decision-making purposes, sampling populations, measurements used to analyze data, hypothesis testing, and methods of prediction. Students will conduct their own research projects and apply statistical methods to analyze and interpret their findings. Students may receive 3 college credits from SUNY Farmingdale by successfully completing this course for a fee paid to the College.

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3701 Math Research 1 Honors                                                                      

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Teacher recommendation                                                                

 

Ninth grade students will attend a seminar class every other day where they will explore the process of mathematical research. Students will learn how to research topics in mathematics and write math research papers. Students are invited to present their projects at the Long Island Math Fair.

 

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3702 Math Research Honors                                                                        

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Math Research 1 and/ or Teacher recommendation                                 

 

Students will attend a seminar class every other day where they will continue to explore the process of mathematical research and students will do additional independent research. Students will learn how to research topics in mathematics and write math research papers. Students will be required to present their projects at the Long Island Math Fair.

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Science Department Course Descriptions

4102 Biology: Living Environment Skills                                                        

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  Non-Credit

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

Pre Req:  Co-requisite Living Environment Regents Course and Department Recommendation  

 

This course, supplementary to the regular Living Environment Regents course, will provide intense support for students deemed in need. It will continue the building and reinforcement of skills necessary for success on the Living Environment Regents examination. Appropriate instruction in reading, writing, lab skills and content areas will be aligned with the regularly scheduled Living Environment class. The grade achieved in this course will be averaged into the grade for the Living Environment Regents course each quarter. This course is mandatory when a student is recommended for academic intervention services.

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4111/Lab 4121 Biology: The Living Environment                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  General Science 8                                                                         

 

This course is required for graduation for all students. It is based upon the New York State Learning Standards. Students will use mathematical analysis, scientific inquiry and engineering design, when appropriate, to study the living environment. Key ideas include: living things have similarities and differences from each other and the nonliving environment upon which they depend; genetic information, which allows all organisms to exist in a dynamic equilibrium, is passed on from parents to offspring during reproduction; species and organisms change over time; humans have had and continue to have, a profound impact on the environment. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students are required by NYS to complete a minimum number of lab activities to be eligible to sit for the Regents exam.

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4211/Lab 4221 Earth Science The Physical Setting                                           

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing Score on the Living Environment Regents Exam

 

This course is based upon the New York State Learning Standards. Students will use mathematical analysis, scientific inquiry and engineering design to study the earth sciences. Key ideas include: the earth and celestial phenomena can be described by principles of relative motion and perspective; many of the phenomena that we observe on Earth involve interactions among components of air, water and land; and matter is made up of particles whose properties determine the observable characteristics of matter and its reactivity. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students are required by NYS to complete a minimum number of lab activities to be eligible to sit for the Regents exam.

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4214/Lab 4224 Earth Science The Physical Setting Honors                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-11

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Biology-Final Grade 90 or Higher and Teacher Recommendation                

 

This is an enriched Earth Science course for students who have demonstrated exceptional ability in Biology. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students are required by NYS to complete a minimum number of lab activities to be eligible to sit for the Regents exam.

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4311/Lab 4321 Chemistry                                                                            

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing grade in Regents Biology, Regents Earth Science, and Geometry course and Regents.

 

This course is based upon the New York State Learning Standards. Chemistry is a course very popular with students looking towards college. Topics include detailed investigations into the nature of elements, compounds and mixtures and how they interact through chemical reactions. Additional topics include the basic chemistry of living organisms and some simple nuclear chemistry. Interesting lab exercises allow students to make observations that reinforce classroom learning. Students enrolled in this course should be comfortable with the manipulation of simple algebraic equations and proportions. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students are required by NYS to complete a minimum number of lab activities to be eligible to sit for the Regents exam.

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4314/Lab 4324 Chemistry Honors                                                                  

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Biology and Earth Science-Final Grade-90 or Higher Teacher Recommendation and Geometry course and Regents.

 

 

This is an enriched Chemistry course for students who have demonstrated exceptional ability in Biology and Earth Science. A solid mathematical background is essential in this course. Students are exposed to in-depth chemistry topics and laboratory exercises, which test their conceptual understanding. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students are required by NYS to complete a minimum number of lab activities to be eligible to sit for the Regents exam

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4315/Lab 4325 Chemistry Grade 9 Honors                                                      

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Science Research Co-requisite                                                         

 

This honors chemistry course is open only to ninth grade students who are scheduled for both the science research program and who have demonstrated exceptional ability in both the Living Environment regents program and mathematics in eighth grade. Students study chemistry topics in-depth and conduct laboratory exercises which test their conceptual understanding. The lab meets every other day. Students are required by NYS to complete a minimum number of lab activities to sit for the Regent’s exam.

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4411/Lab 4421 Physics                                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Passing grade on the Chemistry Regents Exam and passing Algebra2/Trig   

 

This course is based upon the NY State Science Learning Standards. As part of the traditional science sequence for college bound students, physics challenges students to learn about the physical world around them. Through a study of the natural laws that govern all interactions in the universe, students will learn the principles behind “how things work." Topics covered include motion, forces, heat, light and electricity. Students enrolled in physics should have a strong science and math aptitude. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students are required by NYS to complete a minimum number of lab activities to be eligible to sit for the Regents exam.

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4511 Marine Science                                                                                  

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Biology and Earth Science                                                               

 

Laboratory and field experiences in the local marine environment will augment classroom study of basic biology, chemistry, physics and earth science. Topics will include invertebrate and vertebrate zoology, botany, aquaculture, local ecology, pollution, and environmental action.

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4514 Exploring Forensic Science                                                                  

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Biology and Earth Science                                                               

 

Students in this course will have the opportunity to explore the science of criminal investigation. Criminal psychology, lab methods with immediate application to known facts, and various aspects of biology, earth science, chemistry and physics will be studied. Over 150 careers in Forensic Science will be reviewed. These careers range from entry-level jobs after high school to those requiring two-year, four-year or graduate and medical degrees. This course will give students the opportunity to use the knowledge that they have previously gained in traditional science courses.

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4516 Exploring Astronomy                                                                          

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Biology, Earth Science and teacher recommendation                               

 

Topics covered in Astronomy include the following: the formation of the solar system, stars, black holes, galaxies and  an in-depth look at the planets.

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4517 Robotics                                                                                          

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Living Environment and Earth Science                                                 

 

This is a hands-on physics and engineering technology program. Students will apply the principles of physics as they design, build, and analyze the performance of robotic and automated devices. Areas of study include motion and forces, electricity and magnetism, and matter and energy. In addition to tests and quizzes, robotic competitions, design challenges and project based activities will be used to assess student’s skills and abilities.

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4518 Anatomy and Physiology                                                                                    Credits 0.5 credits

                                                                                                                                    Offered: Fall

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level: 12

                                                                                                                                    Course Weight: 1.02

Pre-requisites: 80 average in 3 science Regents exams                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

This rigorous college-preparatory elective science course includes a detailed study of many human body systems. Homeostatic balance, the relationship between structure and function, and the interrelationships between body systems are a focus throughout the course. This course is recommended for students interested in a health-related career, especially those students who plan to study medicine, nursing, physical therapy, and athletic training. Laboratory activities reinforce concepts and principles presented in the course and will include dissections to visualize the dynamics of the body. Units will culminate in various forms of assessment, including but not limited to projects, disease diaries, Socratic seminars and laboratories. 

                                                                                                                                   

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4611/Lab 4621 AP Biology                                                                           

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Biology, Chemistry, Physics (pre/co-req) and teacher recommendation        

 

This course is designed to be the equivalent of the introductory biology course usually taken by biology majors during their first year of college. A high mark on the exam may allow students to take more advanced courses in college biology or satisfy the basic requirements in biology so that they may pursue other areas. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students must take the Advanced Placement exam in May

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4612/Lab 4622 AP Chemistry                                                                       

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Biology, Chemistry, Physics (pre/co-req) and teacher recommendations      

 

This course is designed to be the equivalent of the introductory chemistry course usually taken during the first college year. A high mark on the exam may allow students to take more advanced courses in college chemistry or satisfy the basic requirements in chemistry so that they may pursue other areas. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students must take the Advanced Placement exam in May.

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4614/Lab 4624 AP Physics 1                                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Chemistry and teacher recommendation.  Recommended Algebra2/Trig Honors       

 

AP Physics 1 is the equivalent to a first-semester college course in algebra-based physics. The course covers Newtonian mechanics (including rotational dynamics and angular momentum); work, energy, and power; and mechanical waves and sound. It will also introduce electric circuits. Students must take the Advanced Placement exam in May and the Physics Regents in June.  This course meets for 2 full periods every day. (The College Board has discontinued AP Physics B.)

 

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4615/Lab 4625 AP Physics C                                                                        

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Physics, Calculus AB or BC and teacher recommendation.                       

 

This course forms the foundation in physics for students majoring in the physical sciences or engineering in college. Calculus is used wherever appropriate in formulating physical principles and in applying them to problems. The subject matter is principally mechanics, electricity and magnetism. A high mark on the exam may allow students to take more advanced courses in college physics or satisfy the basic requirements in Physics so that they may pursue other areas. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students must take the Advanced Placement exam in May.

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4616/Lab 4626 AP Environmental Science                                                       

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Cumulative grade 80 or higher on 3 Science Regents Exams & teacher recommendation                                                                                                             

 

The goal of the Environmental Science Advanced Placement course is to provide students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required understanding the interrelationships of the natural world. Students will also learn to identify and analyze environmental problems, both natural and human made They will evaluate the relative risks associated with these problems and examine alternative solutions for resolving and/or preventing them. A high mark on the exam may allow students to take more advanced courses in college science or satisfy the basic requirements in science so that they may pursue other areas. This course is accompanied by a lab, which meets every other day. Students must take the Advanced Placement exam in May.

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4711 Science Research–Foundations Honors                                                  

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9

                                                                                                              teacher recommendation.                                                                                         Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Middle School science research teacher recommendation or 8th grade biology         

 

Ninth grade students will explore the research process and techniques in depth. They will learn how to collect, process, organize and graph data using Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and other programs. These skills will then be incorporated into their group and individual projects. All students will present their work at the Annual Science Research Symposium. Grading follows a specific rubric, which requires timely production of several high quality written products and oral presentations.

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4712 College Research                                                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: COLLEGE

Pre Req:  Recommendation from Research teacher and support from Science, Math, Social Studies and English teachers, interview and application.

 

This is an advanced placement course. Tenth and eleventh grade students will be expected to carry out rigorous library research as they begin the process of narrowing down their eventual research project. Sincere interest and independent effort will be required to find a mentor at a cooperating institution. Students and parents must understand that satisfactory completion of the program will require work at a cooperating laboratory during the sophomore and junior summers. Participation in several competitions, including the Science Congress, is required. Seniors must submit an Intel level paper by the first week of October in their senior year. There are no formal tests during this course. As with the 9th grade program, grading follows a specific rubric which requires timely production of several high quality written products and oral presentations. All students are required to participate at the Annual Research Symposium. Satisfactory completion of the 10—12th grade Research College program may result in up to 12 credits being granted by SUNY Albany.

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4799 School-based Science Research—Honors                                               

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year Every Other Day

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

Pre Req:  Science Research—Foundations                                                       

 

This course is designed for students who are interested in continuing in a science research program without the full summer commitment that is required in the College course. Students will be expected to conduct rigorous library research as they begin the process of developing a research project.  Participation in several local competitions is required. There are no formal tests in this course. Grading will follow a specific rubric which requires timely production of several written products and oral presentations. All students are required to participate at the Annual Research Symposium.

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Engineering Technology Department

4921 Principles of Construction                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  .5

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  None                                                                                          

 

This course instructs students on the basics of home construction, repair and maintenance.  Students will frame a wall of a house and complete it by adding framing for doors and windows, plumbing and electricity.  During this process the students will learn the underlying principles of the construction, plumbing and electrical technology and safety protocols.  They will create a floor plan of a house and make use of computer technology wherever appropriate.

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4944- Introduction to Engineering and Design

Credits:  1

Offered:  Full year

Grade Level:  9-10   

Course Weight:  1.02

Pre-requisite:  none

 

This is an engineering foundation course that emphasizes problem-solving skills using a design development process.  Students in Introduction to Engineering and Design will develop an understanding of course concepts by participating in activity, project, and problem-based learning.  They will use sophisticated modeling computer software to develop, analyze, and communicate their solutions. Students taking this class may fulfill their 1 credit requirement in art or music.  Upon successful completion, students can earn credit from Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

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4975- Materials Processing     (formerly Engineering with Wood .5 credits & Engineering with Metal .5 credits)

 

Credits:  1

Offered:  Full year

Grade Level:  10-12  

Course Weight:  1.02

Pre-requisite:  none

 

This course will combine aspects of engineering with wood and metal and provide students an opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in manufactured materials such as plastic and others.  Students will be instructed in the safe and proper use of tools, machines and the materials commonly used in the manufacturing and construction industries by constructing products with these resources.   Students will develop the personal skills and knowledge necessary to form a foundation for further study in a variety of occupational areas and careers.

 

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World Languages Department Course Descriptions

5101 Spanish Portfolio 1P                                                                           

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher recommendation                                                                

 

This course is open to students who have not completed their 1 credit LOTE requirement for graduation. This course meets New York State requirements for Checkpoint A through a project-oriented, practical, and hands-on approach to language learning. In lieu of a final exam, students will present a portfolio of the work they accomplished throughout the year. Students who plan to continue should take Level 1, and not Level 1P.

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5111 Spanish 1                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher recommendation                                                                

 

This is an introductory course that focuses on the development of the four basic language skills (i.e., listening, speaking, reading, and writing) for the purpose of communication. By the completion of this course, students will be able to socialize, provide and obtain information, express personal feelings, and get others to adopt a course of action in the target language. Topics of study include personal identification, house and home, family life, community/neighborhood, physical environment, meal taking/food, health and welfare, earning a living, education, shopping, travel, etc.  A  final exam will be administered in June and is a course requirement.

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5121 Spanish 2                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

 

Pre Req:  Recommendation of 8th grade Spanish teacher, or successful completion of Spanish 1 at the High School

 

This course continues to develop communicative skills in the target language and to prepare students for the Comprehensive Regents examination. Through useful and realistic language experiences, students will be able to communicate and express basic needs as well as to provide and obtain information. Oral and written activities require students to integrate and evaluate the language and its cultural concepts. Emphasis on grammatical structure at this level will aid students in expanding and improving their skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.  Students will take the Level III Comprehensive Exam in Spanish the following year, at the end of level 3.

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5131 Spanish 3                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

 

Pre Req:  Successful completion of Spanish 8 with an 80 or higher and/or successful completion of Spanish 2.

 

In this course, students will continue to develop and refine the communicative skills of levels 1 and 2. This course uses an integrated approach to language learning, from the introduction of new material through reinforcement, evaluation, and review. Its presentations, exercises, and activities are designed to span all four-language skills while developing realistic, up-to-date awareness and understanding of the target language culture. Successful completion of this course and a passing grade on the Level III Comprehensive Exam in Spanish will satisfy the core requirements in LOTE for the Advanced Regents Diploma.

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5134 Spanish 3 for Native Speakers                                                              

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  9-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Teacher Recommendation                                                               

 

This level 3 Spanish course is designed for students who already possess a certain degree of native fluency in Spanish. There will be a strong emphasis on grammatically accurate speaking and writing. Students will take the Level III Comprehensive Exam in Spanish in June.

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5140 Pre-College Spanish                                                                           

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.02

Pre Req:  Successful completion of Spanish 3                                                    

 

This course builds upon the reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills acquired in Spanish 3.  Students will continue their study of Spanish vocabulary and grammar for the purpose of clear and effective communication. Cultural topics will be explored. Class participation in Spanish will enable students to improve their linguistic skills. This course will prepare students for College Spanish.

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5141 Pre-AP Spanish                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  10-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.08

 

Pre Req:  A 90 + final average in Spanish 3 or successful completion of Pre-College Spanish or College Spanish, and teacher recommendation.

 

In this honors course, students will learn how to think critically and creatively in Spanish and will engage in a variety of challenging activities that will prepare them for the rigors of AP Spanish the following year.    Extensive class participation, speaking, reading, listening, and writing at an advanced level will enable students to communicate complex ideas in the target language. Successful completion of this course is a pre-requisite for both AP Spanish Language and Culture, and AP Spanish Literature and Culture. Recommendations will be reviewed in June, based on the student’s final average in Level 3.

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5151/5152 College Spanish                                                                          

                                                                                                                                    Credits: .5 per semester

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Offered:  Fall & Spring

                                                                                                              Course Weight: COLLEGE

Pre Req:  Successful completion of Pre-College Spanish with a final average of 85+, or successful completion of Pre-AP Spanish, along with teacher recommendation and acceptance by C.W. Post.  An overall High School GPA of at least 80 is required for acceptance into the program.

This course is not open to grades 9-10.

 

In this college level Spanish course, given through the C.W. Post SCALE program, students will deal with relevant, contemporary issues in Spanish. They will learn to rigorously debate, defend, and express their opinions on a variety of meaningful topics.  Three college credits per semester will be granted (in addition to high school credit) for a fee if the student earns a grade of C or higher.

STUDENTS MUST ADHERE TO CW POST REGISTRATION AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES                                                                                                             

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5161 AP Spanish Language and Culture                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  11-12

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

Pre Req:  Successful completion of Pre- AP Spanish and teacher recommendation.

 

This college-level course will focus on the intensive expansion of vocabulary and grammatical structures. Students will be expected to demonstrate in-depth application of the four language skills, with emphasis on extensive listening comprehension passages and extemporaneous speaking. Students will be expected to read and respond orally and in writing to a variety of works. The Advanced Placement Exam in Spanish Language and Culture will be administered at the end of the school year and is a course requirement.

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5162 AP Spanish Literature and Culture                                                         

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                              Offered:  Full Year

                                                                                                              Course Weight: 1.10

                                                                                                                                    Grade Level:  12

Pre Req:  Teacher recommendation.                                                                

 

This college-level course will focus on the expansion of knowledge of Hispanic literature and literary analysis in Spanish, and is based upon a required reading list. The

works on the list are of literary significance and represent various historical periods, literary movements, genres, geographic areas, and population groups within the Spanish-speaking world. The Advanced Placement Exam in Spanish Literature and Culture will be administered at the end of the school year and is a course requirement.

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5211 French 1                                                                                                             

                                                                                                                                    Credits:  1

                                                                                                                                    Offered: