AP Lit. and Comp. – English with Mrs. Lamp

This course is aligned with the Oregon State Standards for Language Arts. The course is designed and taught for the beginning English Language Learner. Through the use of a variety of strategies and curriculum design, students have access to the same content as Literature and Composition 9. The combination of language, content, learning objectives, and the creation of comprehensible input, improves student understanding and proficiency in Language Arts skills. Access and support for learning will be provided by both the Language Arts and ESL departments.

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This course is designed for senior students who have successfully completed Health Careers and Human Anatomy. First semester curriculum includes mastery of basic patient care skills, introductory pathophysiology of common diseases, professional skills and medical terminology. The curriculum also includes guest lecturers from diverse healthcare fields who explain their career pathways, share their expertise and provide updates on current practices. Second semester, students will be placed in the community to explore career options with healthcare professionals. Among the clinical sites offered to students are hospital, medical, dental, veterinary medicine, physical and occupational therapy, speech and rehabilitation, fitness, sports medicine, and medical social service. Students are encouraged to continue their membership in Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA). Advanced Health Careers provides students with a realistic view of career options. Clinical experiences allow students to collect valuable information facilitating educated decisions regarding their future in college or the workplace.

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This is a lab-based physics course designed for English Language Learners. Using the processes of scientific inquiry, engineering design, and critical thinking, students will discover and apply patterns in such major physics topics as motion, forces, energy, waves (and electromagnetism). An important aim of the course is to develop and build students' math abilities, problem solving skills, scientific literacy, and technical communication that will be useful in later science courses. ELL's have the same access to content as regular Physics students; however, more emphasis is placed on vocabulary and content development through a variety of learning strategies to meet ELL language proficiency.

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Today, the class watched the first 35-40 minutes of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead on DVD.

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Computer Applications provides an overview of basic computer applications including Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access), and integration of the applications. This course challenges students to work independently toward the goal of improving your computer literacy.

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Sustainable Practices continues the study of the preparation and preservation of a wide variety of foods grown on our unique one-acre, urban farm. This course is co-taught and integrated with a Field Biology class and the two must be taken together. Emphasis is placed on engineering and design as well as hands on food production and the biology integral to understanding the workings of the farm. Students use their knowledge of biology to create a small growing space of their own incorporating sustainable practices. This class is taught off-site at the Terra Nova School of Science and Sustainability. transportation is provided. Upon successful completion of this class AND Field Biology students will receive 1.0 Applied Arts credit and 1.0 Science credit.

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English 11 – English with Mrs. Lamp

This course is aligned with the Oregon State Standards for Language Arts. The course is designed and taught for the Early Intermediate English Language Learner. Through the use of a variety of strategies and curriculum design, students have access to the same content as Literature and Composition 9 & 10. The combination of language, content, learning objectives, and the creation of comprehensible input, improves student understanding and proficiency in Language Arts skills. Access and support for learning will be provided by both Language Arts and ESL departments.