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Course_icon Tenth Grade Literature   Lock16
Instructor: Mrs. Wise
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Sun, Sep 04 2016
Tenth Grade Literature is a course study which engages students in a varied exploration of humanities through the modes of reading, writing, grammar usage, speaking and listening. While studying long and short works of fiction and nonfiction, poetry, and drama, students will think and discuss critically and constructively while becoming familiar with literary elements and techniques. Students will write creative pieces of fiction and poetry in addition to expository papers using a process of writing. These writings will establish knowledge of standard grammar and usage as well as a sense of audience. Students will engage in speaking and exercise listening skills through active discussion and oral presentations. Vocabulary work is derived from reading selections and from lists that prepare students for standardized tests. Students will have the opportunity to obtain a firm grasp of the English language in terms of usage and comprehension. In addition, students will also be prepared to perform proficiently on the tenth Grade Literature The Common Core Standards can be found online at: http://www.pdesas.org/Standard/PACore.
Course_icon Ninth Grade Literature   Lock16
Instructor: Mrs. Wise
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Sun, Sep 04 2016
Ninth Grade Literature is a course study which engages students in a varied exploration of humanities through the modes of reading, writing, grammar usage, speaking and listening. While studying long and short works of fiction and nonfiction, poetry, and drama, students will think and discuss critically and constructively while becoming familiar with literary elements and techniques. Students will write creative pieces of fiction and poetry in addition to expository papers using a process of writing. These writings will establish knowledge of standard grammar and usage as well as a sense of audience. Students will engage in speaking and exercise listening skills through active discussion and oral presentations. Vocabulary work is derived from reading selections and from lists that prepare students for standardized tests. Students will have the opportunity to obtain a firm grasp of the English language in terms of usage and comprehension. In addition, students will also be prepared to perform proficiently on the 9th Grade Literature The Common Core Standards can be found online at: http://www.pdesas.org/Standard/PACore
Course_icon Math aLG go   Lock16
Instructor: evan
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Fri, Sep 02 2016
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Course_icon Carnets de laboratoire Savanturiers  
Instructor: Matthieu Cisel
Last Updated: Fri, Sep 02 2016
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Course_icon Advanced English 9   Lock16
Instructor: Brodie Wesson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Fri, Sep 02 2016
English
Course_icon Advanced Life Science 7/8   Lock16
Instructor: Brodie Wesson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Fri, Sep 02 2016
Science
Course_icon Algebra 1 A   Lock16
Instructor: Brodie Wesson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Fri, Sep 02 2016
Math
Course_icon Crime 1   Lock16
Instructor: Brodie Wesson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Fri, Sep 02 2016
Forensic, crime
Course_icon Meteorology 1   Lock16
Instructor: Brodie Wesson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Fri, Sep 02 2016
Weather
Course_icon Second Grade 16-17   Lock16
Instructor: Mrs. Woody
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Sep 01 2016
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