Available courses

Careers

Careers - Brenizer - Fa16

This course is available on a pass/no pass basis for credit recovery only. No letter grade (A-F) will be given, and the students "pass" or "no pass" grade will not affect his or her GPA. 

Tags: Business

Introduction to Business

Introduction to Business - Brenizer - Fa16

Intro to Business addresses fundamentals such as economic, legal and social foundations of business as well as starting a business, marketing products and services, financing operations, managing and making difficult  business decisions. Students are introduced to the inter-relationships of business, government and society; the roles of businesses and members of the business community; ethics and social responsibility; and employment opportunities in various business fields.

Tags: Business

Marketing 1

Marketing 1 - Brenizer - Fa16

Students will learn the foundations of business and marketing, including elements of the marketing mix. Students will also analyze elements of the promotional mix including advertising, publicity, personal selling, visual merchandising, and sales promotion.

Tags: Business, Marketing, Sales

Computer Skills 1

Computer Skills 1 - Brenizer - Fa16

Computer Skills 1 teaches students a variety of application software. Word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and graphics are emphasized.

Tags: Technology, Tech, Computers, Computer Science

Computer Skills 2

Computer Skills 2 - Brenizer - Fa16

Students will develop personal skills through a variety of software applications. Practice will include the integration of word processing, database management, spreadsheets, and graphics. While doing hands-on applications related to business, school, and personal use, students will demonstrate the use of technology as a problem-solving tool.

Tags: Technology, Tech, Computers, Computer Science

Creative Writing (Lab)

Creative Writing (Lab) - Richars - Fa16

This course is for students enrolled in the on-campus SK Online Lab program only.

Introduces students to the workshop method of writing, provides students an opportunity to write in a variety of genres, and provides students with a variety of opportunities to improve their writing through study of mentor text and writing opportunities.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

English 9: Composition

English 9: Composition - Davis - Fa16

English 9 - Composition students study short stories, novels, poetry, drama, and non-fiction works. In addition, students will take district assessments in writing and reading and literature. This course is one semester of the year-long English 9 requirement. Both English 9 - Literature and English 9 - Composition focus on reading and writing.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

English 9: Composition (Lab)

English 9: Composition (Lab) - Richars - Fa16

This course is for students enrolled in the on-campus SK Online Lab program only. Other students should enroll in the non-lab version of this course.

English 9 - Composition students study short stories, novels, poetry, drama, and non-fiction works. In addition, students will take district assessments in writing and reading and literature. This course is one semester of the year-long English 9 requirement. Both English 9 - Literature and English 9 - Composition focus on reading and writing.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

English 9: Literature

English 9: Literature - Davis - Fa16

English 9 - Literature students study short stories, novels, poetry, drama, and non-fiction works. In addition, students will take district assessments in writing and reading and literature. This course is one semester of the year-long English 9 requirement. Both English 9 - Literature and English 9 - Composition focus on reading and writing.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Literature, Reading

English 9: Literature (Lab)

English 9: Literature (Lab) - Richars - Fa16

This course is for students enrolled in the on-campus SK Online Lab program only. Other students should enroll in the non-lab version of this course.

English 9 - Literature students study short stories, novels, poetry, drama, and non-fiction works. In addition, students will take district assessments in writing and reading and literature. This course is one semester of the year-long English 9 requirement. Both English 9 - Literature and English 9 - Composition focus on reading and writing.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Literature, Reading

English 10: Composition

English 10: Composition - Davis - Fa16

English 10 Composition is the first semester of a year-long English course. Emphasis will be placed on persuasive composition skills and standards. A study of informational and literary text will be included with a  focus on developing interpretations.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

English 10: Composition (Lab)

English 10: Composition (Lab) - Richars - Fa16

This course is for students enrolled in the on-campus SK Online Lab program only. Other students should enroll in the non-lab version of this course.

English 10 Composition is the first semester of a year-long English course. Emphasis will be placed on persuasive composition skills and standards. A study of informational and literary text will be included with a  focus on developing interpretations.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

English 10: Literature

English 10: Literature - Davis - Fa16

English 10 Literature is the second semester of a year-long English course. Emphasis will be placed on examining content and structure of literary text and a study of narrative form and composition.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Literature, Reading

English 10: Literature (Lab)

English 10: Literature (Lab) - Richars - Fa16

This course is for students enrolled in the on-campus SK Online Lab program only. Other students should enroll in the non-lab version of this course.

English 10 Literature is the second semester of a year-long English course. Emphasis will be placed on examining content and structure of literary text and a study of narrative form and composition.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Literature, Reading

English 11: Composition

English 11: Composition - Davis - Fa16

English 11: Composition is the first semester of a year-long course. Emphasis is placed on content and structure of a variety of both informational and literary texts. Students will develop skills related to writing a variety of expository texts.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

English 11: Composition (Lab)

English 11: Composition (Lab) - Richars - Fa16

This course is for students enrolled in the on-campus SK Online Lab program only. Other students should enroll in the non-lab version of this course.

English 11: Composition is the first semester of a year-long course. Emphasis is placed on content and structure of a variety of both informational and literary texts. Students will develop skills related to writing a variety of expository texts.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

English 11: Literature

English 11: Literature - Davis - Fa16

Emphasis will be on studying the craft and structure of literary and informational texts, along with writing a range of text types, for a variety of purposes--specifically argumentation.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Literature, Reading

English 11: Literature (Lab)

English 11: Literature (Lab) - Richars - Fa16

This course is for students enrolled in the on-campus SK Online Lab program only. Other students should enroll in the non-lab version of this course.

Emphasis will be on studying the craft and structure of literary and informational texts, along with writing a range of text types, for a variety of purposes--specifically argumentation.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Literature, Reading

Transitional Writing

Transitional Writing - Davis - Fa16

This course uses differentiated instruction to address all levels of writing improvement needed, such as spelling, basic sentence construction, idea development, and organization. Although this course presents students with a focus on writing, students continue to practice their reading skills with level appropriate materials.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Composition, Writing

Transitional Writing & Literature

Transitional Writing & Literature - Davis - Fa16

This course uses differentiated instruction to address all levels of writing improvement needed, such as spelling, basic sentence construction, idea development, and organization. Although this course presents students with a focus on writing, students continue to practice their reading skills with level appropriate materials.

Tags: English, Language Arts, Literature, Reading, Writing, Composition

English 10: Literature

English 10: Literature - RESOURCES ONLY - Richars

Resources for English 10 Literature are found here, but there is no need to enter this area directly. There are links to these resources from inside the English 10 Lit course.

English 10: Literature

English 10: Literature - RESOURCES ONLY - Davis

Introductory Algebra, S1

Introductory Algebra, S1 - Brenizer - Fa16

This year-long course is designed to reestablish fundamental arithmetic skills while learning algebra concepts. The course focuses on graphing equations, probability, algebraic sentences, solving equations, fractions, percents, proportions, formulas, Pythagorean Theorem, surface area, volume, slope, rate of change, exponents and scientific notation.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Algebra

Introductory Algebra, S1

Introductory Algebra, S1 - Brenizer - Sp16

This year-long course is designed to reestablish fundamental arithmetic skills while learning algebra concepts. The course focuses on graphing equations, probability, algebraic sentences, solving equations, fractions, percents, proportions, formulas, Pythagorean Theorem, surface area, volume, slope, rate of change, exponents and scientific notation.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Algebra

Introductory Algebra, S2

Introductory Algebra, S2 - Brenizer - Fa16

This year-long course is designed to reestablish fundamental arithmetic skills while learning algebra concepts. The course focuses on graphing equations, probability, algebraic sentences, solving equations, fractions, percents, proportions, formulas, Pythagorean Theorem, surface area, volume, slope, rate of change, exponents and scientific notation.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Algebra

Algebra 1, S1

Algebra 1, S1 - Brenizer - Fa16

Algebra I focuses on developing fluency with solving linear equations and inequalities and systems; extending these skills to solving quadratic and exponential functions; exploring functions, including sequences, graphically numerically, symbolically, and verbally, and using regression techniques to analyze the fit of models to distribution of data. On a daily basis, students use problem solving strategies, questioning, investigating, analyzing critically, gathering and constructing evidence, and communicating rigorous arguments justifying their thinking. Students learn in collaboration with others, sharing information, expertise, and ideas.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Algebra

Algebra 1, S2

Algebra 1, S2 - Brenizer - Fa16

Algebra I focuses on developing fluency with solving linear equations and inequalities and systems; extending these skills to solving quadratic and exponential functions; exploring functions, including sequences, graphically numerically, symbolically, and verbally, and using regression techniques to analyze the fit of models to distribution of data. On a daily basis, students use problem solving strategies, questioning, investigating, analyzing critically, gathering and constructing evidence, and communicating rigorous arguments justifying their thinking. Students learn in collaboration with others, sharing information, expertise, and ideas.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Algebra

Geometry, S1

Geometry, S1 - Hunter - Fa16

Geometry applies the arithmetic, algebra and reasoning skills students have learned to the objects they see all around them. Topics in this course include statistics, shapes and transformations, angles and measurement, justification and similarity, trigonometry and probability, applying properties of triangles, quadrilaterals, other polygons and circles, and solids. On a daily basis, students use problem solving strategies, questioning, investigating, analyzing critically, gathering and constructing evidence, and communicating rigorous arguments justifying their thinking. Students learn in collaboration with others, sharing information, expertise, and ideas.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Geometry

Geometry, S2

Geometry, S2 - Hunter - Fa16

Geometry applies the arithmetic, algebra and reasoning skills students have learned to the objects they see all around them. Topics in this course include statistics, shapes and transformations, angles and measurement, justification and similarity, trigonometry and probability, applying properties of triangles, quadrilaterals, other polygons and circles, and solids. On a daily basis, students use problem solving strategies, questioning, investigating, analyzing critically, gathering and constructing evidence, and communicating rigorous arguments justifying their thinking. Students learn in collaboration with others, sharing information, expertise, and ideas.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Geometry

Honors Geometry, S1

Honors Geometry, S1 - Hunter - Fa16

Honors geometry is a college-preparatory math course that develops the ability to use logical reasoning in problem solving. Emphasis is placed on exploration, thinking, and problem solving as a team. Students' knowledge of geometric concepts will be expanded while reinforcing algebraic concepts.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Geometry

Honors Geometry, S2

Honors Geometry, S2 - Hunter - Fa16

Honors geometry is a college-preparatory math course that develops the ability to use logical reasoning in problem solving. Emphasis is placed on exploration, thinking, and problem solving as a team. Students' knowledge of geometric concepts will be expanded while reinforcing algebraic concepts.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Geometry

Algebra 2, S1

Algebra 2, S1 - Hunter - Fa16

Algebra 2 builds on concepts from Algebra 1 allowing students to go deeper with functions and solving equations. Students investigate non-linear functions, transformations of functions, and they work with more complex equations, inequalities, and expressions. Students will work with quadratic, exponential, piecewise, logarithmic, trigonometric functions, and polynomial functions.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Algebra

Algebra 2, S2

Algebra 2, S2 - Hunter - Fa16

Algebra 2 builds on concepts from Algebra 1 allowing students to go deeper with functions and solving equations. Students investigate non-linear functions, transformations of functions, and they work with more complex equations, inequalities, and expressions. Students will work with quadratic, exponential, piecewise, logarithmic, trigonometric functions, and polynomial functions.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Algebra

Pre-Calculus, S1

Pre-Calculus, S1 - Hunter - Fa16

This course is designed to prepare students for college-level calculus. Topics likely to be covered include: logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions and their applications; calculus ideas of area under curves, limits, and rates of change; and polar graphing.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Pre-Calculus, Pre Calculus, Calculus

Pre-Calculus, S2

Pre-Calculus, S2 - Hunter - Fa16

This course is designed to prepare students for college-level calculus. Topics likely to be covered include: logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions and their applications; calculus ideas of area under curves, limits, and rates of change; and polar graphing.

Tags: Math, Mathematics, Pre-Calculus, Pre Calculus, Calculus

Math Resources

Math Resources

Personal Enhancement

Personal Enhancement - Fa16

This class is designed to be a lifetime skill course. It is meant to focus on an activity that a student can apply to pursuits beyond the classroom settings. Students are expected to design, implement, and complete an individualized plan. This plan will integrate the goals of a personal physical education plan with participation in a student-select approved activity or a school-sponsored activity. This course is for students who are beyond Benchmark IV.

Tags: PE, Physical Education

Wellness 1

Wellness 1 - Burns - Fa16

Wellness 1 is a required course designed to help students gain health literacy. Health Literacy is the capacity of individuals to obtain, interpret, and understand basic health information and services and the competence to use such information and services in ways which enhance health. Health Education teaches students the skills to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Tags: Health, Wellness

Wellness 2

Wellness 2 - Burns - Fa16

Wellness II is a required course designed to help students gain health literacy. Health Literacy is the capacity of individuals to obtain, interpret, and understand basic health information and services and the competence to use such information and services in ways which enhance health. Health Education teaches students the skills to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Tags: Health, Wellness

PE-Health Resources

PE-Health Resources

This course holds resources only.

Biology, S1

Biology, S1 - Fessier - Fa16

Biology is a one-credit course designed to introduce students to the basic concepts and skills associated with the life sciences. The course emphasizes laboratory experiences to introduce and/or reinforce the classroom instruction. Major topics include: cell structure and function, genetics and heredity, evolution, diversity and ecology.

Tags: Science, Biology

Biology, S2

Biology, S2 - Fessier - Fa16

Biology is a one-credit course designed to introduce students to the basic concepts and skills associated with the life sciences. The course emphasizes laboratory experiences to introduce and/or reinforce the classroom instruction. Major topics include: cell structure and function, genetics and heredity, evolution, diversity and ecology.

Tags: Science, Biology

Earth Science

Earth Science - Fessier - Fa16

This is a semester-long class designed for eleventh and twelfth grade non-honors students as part of their three year science requirement. Students will gain an understanding of structure and composition of the earth, processes of earth systems, and earth’s history. Students will learn to evaluate information from a variety of sources and conduct scientific investigations surrounding earth-related topics.

Tags: Science

Forensic Science

Forensic Science - Fessier - Fa16

Forensic science introduces and develops the skills, understanding, and knowledge of scientific processes and their application to forensic science. Topics include physical evidence, crime scene analysis, fingerprint analysis, trace evidence, impression evidence, blood evidence, toxicology, and DNA analysis. Students will learn the scientific techniques used in forensic investigation through a variety of class activities: reading, writing, and note taking, with an emphasis on analysis through labs and group work.

Tags: Science, Forensics

Physical Science, S1

Physical Science, S1 - Physics & Space - Fessier - Fa16

The course is designed to develop the investigative skills of students through the proper application of the scientific method and inquiry based learning. Students will collaborate in the classroom to explore the topics of Physics, Chemistry, and Space Science. This is one semester of a year-long course.

Tags: Science, Physical Science, Physics, Space

Physical Science S2, Chemistry

Physical Science S2, Chemistry - Fessier - Fa16

The course is designed to develop the investigative skills of students through the proper application of the scientific method and inquiry based learning. Students will collaborate in the classroom to explore the topics of Physics, Chemistry, and Space Science. This is one semester of a year-long course.

Tags: Science, Physical Science, Chemistry

20th Century Studies I, S1

20th Century Studies I, S1 - Slack - Fa16

This year long course surveys United States history from 1880 - 1945. Emphasis is on the interaction of people, cultures, and ideas; economic and technological developments; American politics; and the role of the United States in the world. Development of effective writing and thinking skills will be a constant focus of this class. This class is intended to prepare students for AP US History, AP US Government, and AP European History.

Tags: Social Studies, Social Science, Social Sciences, History

20th Century Studies I, S2

20th Century Studies I, S2 - Slack - Fa16

This year long course surveys United States history from 1880 - 1945. Emphasis is on the interaction of people, cultures, and ideas; economic and technological developments; American politics; and the role of the United States in the world. Development of effective writing and thinking skills will be a constant focus of this class. This class is intended to prepare students for AP US History, AP US Government, and AP European History.

Tags: Social Studies, Social Science, Social Sciences, History

20th Century Studies II, S1

20th Century Studies II, S1 - Slack - Fa16

This year long course surveys United States history from 1945 to the present. Emphasis is on the interaction of people, cultures, and ideas; economic and technological developments; American politics; and the role of the United States in the world. Students will be expected to learn at an accelerated rate, complete on-demand writing tasks, and complete assigned readings outside of class.

Tags: Social Studies, Social Science, Social Sciences, History

20th Century Studies II, S2

20th Century Studies II, S2 - Slack - Fa16

This year long course surveys United States history from 1945 to the present. Emphasis is on the interaction of people, cultures, and ideas; economic and technological developments; American politics; and the role of the United States in the world. Students will be expected to learn at an accelerated rate, complete on-demand writing tasks, and complete assigned readings outside of class.

Tags: Social Studies, Social Science, Social Sciences, History

American Government

American Government - Slack - Fa16

This course examines the political participation of citizens at the state and federal government levels. Students will learn about the structure and function of government, the operation of political groups, and how citizens can be involved in government and effect change.

Tags: Social Studies, Social Science, Social Sciences, U.S. Government, US Government

Economics

Economics - Slack - Fa16

This course promotes an understanding of basic economic concepts and relationships, and encourages students to apply economics in analyzing everyday life situations. Important topics in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and financial literacy will be emphasized. Students will be able to demonstrate practical skills in economic decision making.

Tags: Social Studies, Social Science, Social Sciences, Economics

Psychology

Psychology - Slack - Fa16

Psychology is the study of the mind and provides tools to help people gain insight into our behaviors and relationships with others. Psychology looks for biological explanations for human behavior and how those behaviors influence society.

Tags: Social Studies, Social Science, Social Sciences, Psychology

Spanish 1, Sem. 1

Spanish 1, Sem. 1 - Vasquez - Fa16

This course is designed to introduce the student to the Spanish language and the culture of some Spanish speaking nations. The four skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing will be introduced. Communication in Spanish will be stressed. Oral production will consist of isolated words and learned phrases within very predictable areas of need. Vocabulary is sufficient for handling simple, elementary needs and expressing basic courtesies. Utterances usually consist of two or three words and show frequent pauses and repetition of interlocutor's words. Speaker may have some difficulty producing the simplest utterances. Some speakers will be understood only with difficulty. Listening, reading, and writing proficiency will be slightly higher.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

Spanish 1, Sem. 2

Spanish 1, Sem. 2 - Vasquez - Fa16

This course is designed to introduce the student to the Spanish language and the culture of some Spanish speaking nations. The four skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing will be introduced. Communication in Spanish will be stressed. Oral production will consist of isolated words and learned phrases within very predictable areas of need. Vocabulary is sufficient for handling simple, elementary needs and expressing basic courtesies. Utterances usually consist of two or three words and show frequent pauses and repetition of interlocutor's words. Speaker may have some difficulty producing the simplest utterances. Some speakers will be understood only with difficulty. Listening, reading, and writing proficiency will be slightly higher.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

Spanish 2, Sem. 1

Spanish 2, Sem. 1 - Vasquez - Fa16

This is an advanced beginner's course for the student who has completed one year of high school Spanish. Activities will focus on reinforcing the four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The student will be able to satisfy partially the requirements of basic communicative exchanges by relying heavily on learned utterances but occasionally expanding these through simple recombinations of their elements. Can ask questions or make statements involving learned material. Shows signs of spontaneity although this falls short of real autonomy of expression. Speed continues to consist of learned utterances rather than of personalized situationally adapted ones. Vocabulary centers on areas such as basic objects, places, and most common kinship terms. Pronunciation may still be strongly influenced by first language. Errors are frequent and, in spite of repetition, some speakers will have difficulty being understood even by sympathetic interlocutors. Listening, reading, and writing proficiency will be slightly higher.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

Spanish 2, Sem. 2

Spanish 2, Sem. 2 - Vasquez - Fa16

This is an advanced beginner's course for the student who has completed one year of high school Spanish. Activities will focus on reinforcing the four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The student will be able to satisfy partially the requirements of basic communicative exchanges by relying heavily on learned utterances but occasionally expanding these through simple recombinations of their elements. Can ask questions or make statements involving learned material. Shows signs of spontaneity although this falls short of real autonomy of expression. Speed continues to consist of learned utterances rather than of personalized situationally adapted ones. Vocabulary centers on areas such as basic objects, places, and most common kinship terms. Pronunciation may still be strongly influenced by first language. Errors are frequent and, in spite of repetition, some speakers will have difficulty being understood even by sympathetic interlocutors. Listening, reading, and writing proficiency will be slightly higher.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

Spanish 3, Sem. 1

Spanish 3, Sem. 1 - Vasquez - Fa16

This is an intermediate course for the student who has completed two years of high school Spanish. Activities will focus on reinforcing the four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The intermediate level is characterized by the speaker's ability to: create with the language by combining and recombining learned elements, though primarily in a reactive mode; initiate, minimally sustain, and close in a simple way basic communicative tasks; and ask and answer questions. The student will be able to handle successfully a limited number of interactive, task-oriented and social situations. The student can ask and answer questions, initiate and respond to simple statements and maintain face-to-face conversation, although in a highly restricted manner and with much linguistic inaccuracy. Within these limitations, the student can perform such tasks as introducing self, ordering a meal, asking directions, and making purchases. Vocabulary is adequate to express only the most elementary needs. Strong interference from native language may occur. Misunderstandings frequently arise, but with repetition, the speaker can generally be understood by sympathetic interlocutors.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

Spanish 3, Sem. 2

Spanish 3, Sem. 2 - Vasquez - Fa16

This is an intermediate course for the student who has completed two years of high school Spanish. Activities will focus on reinforcing the four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The intermediate level is characterized by the speaker's ability to: create with the language by combining and recombining learned elements, though primarily in a reactive mode; initiate, minimally sustain, and close in a simple way basic communicative tasks; and ask and answer questions. The student will be able to handle successfully a limited number of interactive, task-oriented and social situations. The student can ask and answer questions, initiate and respond to simple statements and maintain face-to-face conversation, although in a highly restricted manner and with much linguistic inaccuracy. Within these limitations, the student can perform such tasks as introducing self, ordering a meal, asking directions, and making purchases. Vocabulary is adequate to express only the most elementary needs. Strong interference from native language may occur. Misunderstandings frequently arise, but with repetition, the speaker can generally be understood by sympathetic interlocutors.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

Spanish 4, Sem. 1

Spanish 4, Sem. 1 - Vasquez - Fa16

This is a year-long course for the student who has completed three years of high school Spanish. Activities will focus on reinforcing the four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The student will be able to handle successfully a variety of uncomplicated, basic and communicative tasks and social situations. The student can talk simply about self and family members, ask and answer questions and participate in simple conversations on topics beyond the most immediate needs; e.g., personal history and leisure time activities. Utterance length increases slightly, but speech may continue to be characterized by frequent long pauses and linguistic inaccuracy. Pronunciation may continue to be strongly influenced by first language and fluency may still be strained. Although misunderstandings still arise the speaker can generally by understood by sympathetic interlocutors.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

Spanish 4, Sem. 2

Spanish 4, Sem. 2 - Vasquez - Fa16

This is a year-long course for the student who has completed three years of high school Spanish. Activities will focus on reinforcing the four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The student will be able to handle successfully a variety of uncomplicated, basic and communicative tasks and social situations. The student can talk simply about self and family members, ask and answer questions and participate in simple conversations on topics beyond the most immediate needs; e.g., personal history and leisure time activities. Utterance length increases slightly, but speech may continue to be characterized by frequent long pauses and linguistic inaccuracy. Pronunciation may continue to be strongly influenced by first language and fluency may still be strained. Although misunderstandings still arise the speaker can generally by understood by sympathetic interlocutors.

Tags: World Languages, Foreign Languages, Spanish

General Work Experience

General Work Experience - Brenizer - Fa16

Students can earn credit by being employed.

Tags: Work Experience