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  • This course is designed to provide an introduction to common drafting practices and prapare the student for industrial situations.  Students will refine their manual drafting skills as well as their CAD skills through the use of AutoCAD.  Throughout the course, students will be a part of classroom discussions, theory, drawings, and will complete end of chapter quizzes.  The course will prepare them for materials classes as well as careers outside of high school.

  • Anatomy & Physiology I Instructor: Mrs. Kieffer Room: 212 Meeting Times: Period 1 Text: Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th Ed. Suggested Additional Text: The Anatomy Coloring Book (4th edition) By Wynn Kapit/Lawrence M. Elson ISBN 0-321-83201-9 ***This test is available at many on-line and local book stores.*** Units of Study: Unit 1 – Human Body: An Orientation Unit 2 – Cells and Tissues Unit 3 – Skeletal System Unit 4 – Muscular System Unit 5 – Comparative A&P: The Fetal Pig Grading: Graded assignments will include, but may not be limited to homework assignments (coloring), quizzes, tests, research papers and projects. Grades are assigned using a total points system. The final exam grade is based on both a midterm and a final. There will be no extra credit in this class; however, there may be bonus questions on tests and/or quizzes. Assignments should be completed in a timely manner. For this reason, NO late work will be accepted.

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  • Biology 1 is an introductory high school course in Life Science.

  • World History Summer 2016

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  • This course is specifically designed to explore the science of Pyschology. Psychology is a broad field with many specific specialties, but fundamentally, psychology is the scientific study of behavior processes. In a generic sense, everyone is a psychologist. We all study people, analyze their behavior, try to understand what they are thinking and feeling, and attempt to predit what they will do next. But there is a real difference between the commonsense psychology your Uncle Felix or Aunt Ethel uses in every-day life and the psychology you will learn about in this course.

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  • US History 1800's

  • US History 1800's

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  • US History 1800's

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  • US History 1800's

  • US History 1 is teaching the 1800's US History

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  • US History 1800's

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  • Why would a man devote years to studying the letters of a long dead king? Why would a woman spend thousands of hours digging in the mud and ruins of an ancient city?  The answer is simple. These people are caught up in the fascinating time machine called human history. History is he story about people-how they lived, where they traveled, how they felt about their lives. Uncovering these stories is like unraveling a mystery. The more you search, the more you can discover about the world of the past. In this course we will cover topics in world history from around the year 500 AD to present time.

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