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Advanced Web Application Design (Upper: Fall 2018)
18c-WEAPP
Learn the tools necessary to begin the journey of a junior software developer. You will use Java, HTML and CSS to advance your programming skills and build out full stack, interactive web applications. Enhance your technical repertoire and begin the preparation necessary to become an industry-ready software developer by learning Git, Java, HTML, CSS, and HTML forms. Design high end, beautiful web applications with an interactive user interface.

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Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through December 14, 2018
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African American History (Upper: Fall 2018)
18c-AFAMH
This course is designed to give students a hands on experience in African American history. The course will begin with African Kingdoms from the 5th Century and continue through the slave trade, the role of African Americans in the American colonies, and their lives on plantations and in the South. The course will continue with the foundations of the Civil War and the role that African Americans played during this this time period. It will look at the impact of Reconstruction, World War I and the development of and the contributions of the Harlem Renaissance. Students will also look at how the Great Depression affected the African American communities and the roles that they played during World War II. Students will be able to identify and explain the importance of key figures and the causes and effects of key events during the Civil Rights Movement. Students will conclude the course by identifying the importance of the "Black Power" movement and the Age of Obama and its lasting effects. More
Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through December 14, 2018
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Algebra 1 (Upper: Year  2018-19)
18b-ALGE1
COURSE AVAILABLE BY REQUEST: This course is generally low-demand but has run in the past and can be offered to accommodate partner school needs. Please contact your HLC Coordinator or hybridlearning@barstowschool.org for details and fee structure.

This course includes topics on real numbers, the language of algebra, operations, inverses, order and sets, linear and quadratic equations, factoring, simplifying algebraic expressions, graphing, problem solving, expressions, equations, polynomials, and properties of exponents. Algebra 1 is a prerequisite for Geometry.
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Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through May 10, 2019
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Algebra 1 Intensive (Upper: Summer 2018)
18a-ALGE1
This course includes topics on real numbers, the language of algebra, operations, inverses, order and sets, linear and quadratic equations, factoring, simplifying algebraic expressions, graphing, problem solving, expressions, equations, polynomials, and properties of exponents. Algebra 1 is a prerequisite for Geometry. More
Dates Dates: June 4, 2018 through August 24, 2018
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Algebra 2 (Upper: Year 2018-19)
18b-ALGE2
COURSE AVAILABLE BY REQUEST: This course is generally low-demand but has run in the past and can be offered to accommodate partner school needs. Please contact your HLC Coordinator or hybridlearning@barstowschool.org for details and fee structure.

This course begins with a review of linear functions and systems. It progresses to the development of quadratic, logarithmic, exponential, and rational and irrational algebraic functions. The course emphasizes the study of a class of functions by definition, graphs, properties, and applications.
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Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through May 10, 2019
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Algebra 2 Intensive (Upper: Summer 2018)
18a-ALGE2
COURSE AVAILABLE BY REQUEST: This course is generally low-demand but has run in the past and can be offered to accommodate partner school needs. Please contact your HLC Coordinator or hybridlearning@barstowschool.org for details and fee structure.

This course begins with a review of linear functions and systems. It progresses to the development of quadratic, logarithmic, exponential, and rational and irrational algebraic functions. The course emphasizes the study of a class of functions by definition, graphs, properties, and applications.
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Dates Dates: June 4, 2018 through August 24, 2018
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America Decides: Electoral Politics in American History (Upper: Fall 2018)
18c-AMERI
The Congressional midterm elections in 2018 will be one of the most, if not the most impactful election of this millennium with numerous vital issues hanging in the balance. Supreme Court nominations, immigration, the environment, the federal deficit, foreign wars, and voter representation are a handful of pressing issues potentially affected by the result of this midterm election. However, midterm election years like 2018 typically see reduced voting from presidential elections. Only 40% of eligible voters participate in midterm elections. For young voters (18-29), this number falls to 28%. In this semester-long course we will explore the history of voting, qualifications for elective office, political parties, campaigns, changing electoral demographics, and various forms of democracy practiced in the United States. This course will blend fields of inquiry like U.S. history, politics, sociology, and current events to provide you with a much better and deeper understanding of voting and its essential role to American democracy. More
Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through December 14, 2018
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American Sign Language 1 (Upper: Year 2018-19)
18b-ASL01
This is an introduction to learning and understanding American Sign Language. Students will learn basic vocabulary, letters, numbers, and grammar. Students will also focus on mastering the basics of fingerspelling, colors, and conversational and cultural behaviors necessary to hold a beginning-level conversation in American Sign Language. Introductory information about deaf culture will also be presented, along with deaf humor, to provide students with a broad picture of language and culture.

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Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through May 10, 2019
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American Sign Language 1A (Middle: Year 2018-19)
18b-ASL1A
This course is the first in a two-year sequence. Students who have successfully completed American Sign Language 1A and 1B will be prepared to matriculate into American Sign Language 2 as Upper School students. American Sign Language 1A and 1B are an introduction to learning and understanding American Sign Language. Students will learn basic vocabulary, letters, numbers, and grammar. Students will also focus on mastering the basics of fingerspelling, colors, and conversational/cultural behaviors necessary to hold a beginning-level conversation in American Sign Language. Introductory information about deaf culture will also be presented, along with deaf humor, to provide students with a broad picture of language and culture. More
Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through May 10, 2019
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American Sign Language 1B (Middle: Year 2018-19)
18b-ASL1B
This course is the second in a two-year sequence. Students who have successfully completed American Sign Language 1A and 1B will be prepared to matriculate into American Sign Language 2 as Upper School students. American Sign Language 1A and 1B are an introduction to learning and understanding American Sign Language. Students will learn basic vocabulary, letters, numbers, and grammar. Students will also focus on mastering the basics of fingerspelling, colors, and conversational/cultural behaviors necessary to hold a beginning-level conversation in American Sign Language. Introductory information about deaf culture will also be presented, along with deaf humor, to provide students with a broad picture of language and culture. More
Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through May 10, 2019
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American Sign Language 2 (Upper: Year 2018-19)
18b-ASL02
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language 1 and will introduce students to the more commonly used American Sign Language (ASL) by expanding coverage of ASL’s basic vocabulary, structure, syntax, and grammar. Students will continue to focus on fingerspelling, numbers, facial grammar and sentence structure. Students will also further develop the conversational/cultural behaviors necessary to hold a beginning-level conversation.

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Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through May 10, 2019
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American Sign Language 3 (Upper: Year 2018-19)
18b-ASL03
This course is an extension for students who have successfully completed American Sign Language 2. Students will be exposed to expressive and receptive vocabulary, glossing of English structured sentences, fingerspelling techniques, grammar skills and Deaf Culture. On successful completion, students will be able to carry out simple conversations on the following topics: locating things around the house, complaining, making suggestions and requests, exchanging personal information, life events, describing and identifying things, talking about the weekend, and continuing the conversation.

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Dates Dates: September 10, 2018 through May 10, 2019
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