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Algebra II (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-ALGE2
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. More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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American Sign Language I (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-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/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 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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American Sign Language I-A (Middle: Year 2017-18)
17b-ASL1A

This course is the first in a two-year sequence. Students who have successfully completed American Sign Language I-A and I-B will be prepared to matriculate into American Sign Language II as Upper School students.

American Sign Language I-A and I-B 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.

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Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 though December May 4, 2018
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American Sign Language I-B (Middle: Year 2017-18)
17b-ASL1B
This course is the second in a two-year sequence. Students who have successfully completed American Sign Language I-A and I-B will be prepared to matriculate into American Sign Language II as Upper School students. American Sign Language I-A and I-B 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 5, 2017 though December May 4, 2018
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Closed Enrollment
American Sign Language II (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-ASL02
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language I 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 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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American Sign Language III (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-ASL03
This course is an extension for students who have successfully completed ASL II. 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. More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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Ancient Greek I (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-GREE1
Not to be confused with its modern counterpart, Ancient Greek is the language of a diverse culture that produced great fiction, like the Iliad and Odyssey, that helped create the genres of history and philosophy, that created the scientific method, and that looked to science to explain the universe. Come join me in learning this ancient tongue! More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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AP Calculus AB (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-CALAB
This course prepares students for the Advanced Placement Exam in Calculus AB. It is roughly equivalent to a first semester college Calculus course. Topics covered include limits, derivatives, definite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Students will approach calculus concepts and problems that are are represented graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally. They will also draw connections between these representations. More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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AP Chinese Language & Culture (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-APCHI
This course is designed for students who have achieved at least an intermediate-mid level of Chinese language proficiency. The main course objective for AP Chinese Language and Culture is to refine and further develop studentsÕ abilities with interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes of communicational skills. In additional, students will develop Chinese their language skills in the five goals areas: communication, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities. We use the textbook Chaoyue, articles from the World Journal website, Read Chinese website, and multimedia resources such as YouTube videos, CDs, DVDs, online materials, etc. In addition to communication, the course addresses cultural competence. The AP Chinese course also expands what students know about Chinese culture and society. Texts include lessons/articles from Meizhou Huayu 9 and Learning Chinese Through Online TV and Newspapers, as well as articles from Chinese newspapers and teacher handouts. More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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AP Comparative Government & Politics (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-APCGP
This yearlong course is designed to meet the standards and the expectations of the College BoardÕs Advanced Placement testing committee. The course is designed to teach students to understand and be able to critically analyze important concepts in both U.S. and comparative politics through the study of six core countries from AP Comparative Government (the United Kingdom, Mexico, Nigeria, Iran, Russia and China). Students in the spring may take the AP Comparative Government exam. Those who pass may earn college credit. More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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AP Computer Science A (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-COMPU
the programming language Java. Learning the skill to develop computer programs that solve problems is fundamental to the study of computer science. Therefore, much of the course is revolves around the development of computer programs or parts of programs that correctly solve a given problem. The course also emphasizes the design issues that make programs understandable, adaptable, and, when appropriate, reusable. This course will also cover other major concepts such as the development and analysis of algorithms, the development and use of fundamental data structures, and the study of standard algorithms. This course satisfies the recommendations of the College Board for an Advanced Placement course in Computer Science A. More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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AP English Literature & Composition (Upper: Year 2017-18)
17b-ENLIT
This course prepares students for college English courses and for the Advanced Placement Examination in Literature and Composition. The class operates as closely as possible to a college-level course. The course fosters independent thinking through challenging literary analysis in class discussion and writing assignments. Texts are drawn from a variety of genres. Discussions encourage close reading of specific passages and mastery of overall structure and technique. We will also introduce literary theory. More
Dates Dates: September 5, 2017 through May 4, 2018
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