Our curriculum includes, but is not limited to, providing instructions that will enable students to…
- Review the key elements that make up a story and discuss the roles of the antagonist.
- Write a narrative argument that is evaluated on a set of criteria, such as how well they develop their ideas and present them in an informative manner.
- Provide a presentation that is evaluatedon a set of criteria, such as the delivery of the presentation and the level of engagement with the audience.
- Participate in team debate that is evaluated on a set of criteria, including reasoning.
- Read a story and identify the cause-and-effect relationship between key events and make inferences or generalizations from these events.
- Look at the relationships of points, lines, and angles to find the area of one portion when the radius is known.
- Determine the number of red pens when the number of white pens and the ratio of white to red pens are known.
- Write a mathematical statement to show whether one value to greater than another value.
- Read an algebraic expressionand compute the value of an unknown variable.
- Calculate the likelihood of producing a specific number after two dice rolls.
- Read a table of chemical elements and identify these elements based on their properties.
- Calculate the density of specific substances by measuring their mass and volume.
- Answer questions about the conservation of mass.
- Identify Newton’s three laws of motion and give examples of each one.
- Identify and provide examples for the different forms of energy in physical science, such as thermal energy.
HISTORY & SOCIAL SCIENCE
- Identify important historical figures and their contributions to the periods on world conflict, such as General Santa Anna at the Battle of Buena Vista in the Mexican-American War.
- List and explain the Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution.
- Outline the Lewis & Clark's expedition and identify their contribution to American history.
- Explain why the Cuban Missile Crisis occurred in the 1960s and what the United States did in response.
- Determine how the attack on Pearl Harbor led the Unites States into World War II.