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Career Exploration - Hall only

.5 Credit
Grade 12

Prerequisite: Administration approval

The purpose of this course is to provide career exploration opportunities within the classroom environment. This student teaching assistant program provides students an opportunity to gain valuable insight into potential career paths within a specific area of interest while matching their talents, interests, aptitudes and skills to real-world opportunities. The student teaching assistant program allows students to “give back” to their community and school through a hands-on internship experience within the classroom. Seniors can earn either .5 credit or 1 full credit.

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Introduction to Anthropology - Hall Only
.5 Credit
Grades 9-12

Prerequisite: successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in Modern World History
This course examines cultural and physical anthropology with emphasis on peoples outside the United States. The basics of anthropological research techniques will be studied and then applied to an analysis of traditional cultures quite different from our own.

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Multicultural Perspectives in American Literature - Hall Only

.5 Credit

Grade 12

Multicultural Perspectives in American Literature addresses America’s literary cultural diversity. Students explore America’s multiplicity of aesthetic, political, and social values and experiences through the eyes of our most diverse and best writers. Assigned readings include poetry, drama, short fiction, novels, autobiographical essays, and other visual media. Examples of possible texts include Autobiography of Malcolm X, Black Boy by Richard Wright, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou, When I Was Puerto Rican by Esmerelda Santiago, Mona in the Promised Land by Gish Jen, and How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents by Julia Alvarez.

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Voices of Inspiration and Rebellion - Hall Only
1 Credit
Grade 12
Storytelling is how we profess love, command attention, persuade, plead, declare war, sell products, interview, make business proposals, challenge injustice, change lives, and alter history. Moving from ancient storytelling to the classical idea of rhetorical citizenship to the contemporary world and voices from spoken word poetry, students will analyze, compose, and present a broad range of texts: speeches, oration, drama, debate, storytelling, poetry, and video. Together we will read, listen, watch, write, collaborate, and speak. Throughout the year, students will build a portfolio of work. In a culminating capstone experience, students will tell their stories by conceiving, composing and presenting final projects based on their specific interests and areas of inquiry. Possible voices to be studied: Frederick Douglass, Shane Koyczan, Nelson Mandela, Sojourner Truth, Cicero, Louis CK, Shakespeare, David Foster Wallace, Tupac, Socrates, Ronald Reagan, Sarah Kay, Queen Elizabeth, Gandhi and Malala Yousafzai. This course is listed in both English and Theatre, with credit being awarded in English.
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