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COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD)
Students will be introduced to mechanical and architectural design and
3-D animation with focus on mechanical drawing, designing, and model
creation. AutoCAD will be taught for 2-D and Inventor for 3-D

Starts Thursday 2/1/18 5-9 pm 60 hrs Total: $400                          $200 Down

MICROSOFT OFFICE COMPUTERS
An introduction to Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access.  


    Starts Wednesday  1/31/18   6-10 p.m.      60 hrs        Total:  $350
$175 Down

WELDING I    
Achieve practical job skills and basic welding concepts using ARC processes

Mondays and Wednesdays beginning     1/29/18     5-9 p.m.  60 hrs

                             500 + $200 materials      Total:$700   $450 Down

WELDING II
Experienced students will learn: horizontal, vertical and overhead welds, multiple pass welds with ARC, MIG and TIG welders, equipment maintenance and adjustment.     Prerequisite: Welding I or work in the field


Mondays and Wednesdays beginning    11/6/17   5-9 p.m.
$500 + $200 materials  Total:$700 $450 Down  

 
MEDICAL:
 

CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE:  
Introduction to health care and basic skills needed for employment in a hospital, private-duty setting, hospice, home health agency or long-term care facility.  Note: Sixteen hours of clinical experience is required by the State of Michigan and will be scheduled through the instructor, totaling an 80-hour commitment.  Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old and are required to obtain and show proof of a TB & Hepatitis immunization. Students will nned surgical scrubs and appropriate shoes for work in a nursing home.


    Classes are held on Monday's & Wednesday's   Start Date: 11/6/17
5-9 p.m.       80 hrs                $900 + $50 book fee = $950
                  $500.00 Down
           


EKG TECHNICIAN
Upon completion of this class, students will be prepared to function as an Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician.  They will also be prepared to 
take the EKG Technician exam, as well as other national certification 
exams.


Starts Monday 1/29/18 5-9 pm 60 hrs Total $515   
 $300 Down


PHLEBOTOMY 
Classroom lecture and practical hands-on instruction.  Learn professional standards, venipuncture equipment/use, procedures, types of tests, specimen handling/processing and workplace safety.   


    Starts Thursday  2/1/18  5-9 p.m.        60 hrs  $450 + $72 book = $522                           $300 Down


                 ONLINE  CLASSES - OPEN ENROLLMENT - $160.00 per class


ACCOUNTING
Familiarize yourself the the basics of accounting.  This course covers the fundamentals of bookkeeping and financial statements.  It also covers career opportunities and the key government regulations in the accounting field.

ANDROID MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT
You will learn about the history of and upcoming trends in mobile app development.  You will explore career options in mobile app development, and describe the skills and training required for mobile app development.  You will also describe various platforms to develop Android mobile apps.  Further, you will learn about the Android development environment.  Finally, you will create the user interface of an app and make it interactive in Android Studio.

APPLIED MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, SEMESTER A
This course will cover the structure of the human body systems and their functions. It will also include medical terminology related to diseases, disorders, medical procedures, and treatment for each body system. 

APPLIED MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, SEMESTER B
This course will cover various topics like communication and professional skills, professional conduct and safety practices required in healthcare field. You will also learn how to sensitively interact with culturally diverse people. You also understand how to use technology and math skill in healthcare industry.

AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION 1, SEMESTER A
This course will cover various topics in audio video production, such as camera techniques, audio techniques, lighting techniques, editing, and video assembly. 

AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION 1, SEMESTER B
This course will cover various topics in audio video production, such as directing techniques, editing and mastering techniques, file management and delivery formats, advanced camera and lighting techniques, and techniques for providing special effects. 

AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION 2, SEMESTER A
This course will cover the various activities performed during every stage of audio video production. 

AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION 2, SEMESTER B
This course will cover the various audio video production activities, discuss the various media formats and distribution, and discuss the different critiquing techniques and media ethics.

AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION 3, SEMESTER A
This course will cover various advanced preproduction, production, and postproduction techniques. It explores the different activities performed during each stage. It also covers advanced lighting and editing techniques, and it discusses equipment management, set design, and audio mixing techniques.

AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION 3, SEMESTER B
This course will cover the various methods of mastering production techniques and advanced media-delivery methods. It explores different special effects and animation techniques. It also covers career options, portfolios, technology effects, critiquing, and copyright and labor issues. 

BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, SEMESTER A
This course will cover the needs for technology in business organizations and how businesses use hardware, software, Internet, and emerging technologies. This course also covers productivity applications such as word processing software and spreadsheet software. 

BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, SEMESTER B
This course covers the use of presentation software for preparing, enhancing, and delivering business slideshows. It also covers how databases are used to store data and improve the decision-making capabilities of business organizations. Additionally, the course covers the principles of website design and project management in business organizations. 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PARENTING, SEMESTER A
This course covers fundamental concepts of parenting and child rearing. It also covers essential communication skills related to parent-child interaction. In addition, the course covers workplace skills, such as positive work ethics, integrity, and resource management. It also covers some recent trends in parenting.  

CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PARENTING, SEMESTER B
This course explains the development, health, nutrition, and safety of children at various stages. In addition, the course covers career opportunities in the field of child care and development.

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 1A
This course describes the skills and training required for careers in computer programming and the work ethics required in a computing environment. This course covers the use of enterprise systems and discusses number systems, data types, and functions used in computation. In addition, this course discusses computer programming, including programming languages, types of programming paradigms, and program structures. Finally, this course also covers web programming, teaching you how to create web pages in HTML, how to use program structures in JavaScript, and how to do programming with JavaScript. 

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 1B
This course will cover various phases of SDLC such as analysis, design, development, testing, and implementation. This course describes software development methodologies, how client requirements are gathered and analyzed, various types of project plans, design using unified modeling language (UML), coding, types of testing, quality control, and maintenance of software systems. This course also covers various security threats and risks and the methods to mitigate them. 

COMPUTING FOR COLLEGE AND CAREERS, SEMESTER A

This course will cover basic computer hardware and software and productivity applications such as word processing software, spreadsheet software, and presentation software. This course also covers the Internet and emerging technologies. 

COMPUTING FOR COLLEGE AND CAREERS, SEMESTER B
This course will cover advanced concepts, such as computer networks, complex operations in spreadsheet and database programs, and the process of creating a website. 

CREATIVE WRITING
This one-semester elective course is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to help you learn and sharpen your skills as a creative writer. 

CULINARY ARTS, SEMESTER A
This course covers the history and development of the culinary arts; the basics of nutrition; and health, safety, and sanitation. It covers basic science principles used in cooking and various cooking methods. It also explores the culinary skills required to make a variety of items, ranging from stocks and soups to seafood and poultry to various breads and desserts. 

CULINARY ARTS, SEMESTER B
This course covers menu planning, food presentation, and different service styles. It covers the running of food service establishments and kitchen management skills. It explores the personal skills and professional traits needed in the food service industry. It also covers career opportunities and career management skills. 

DIGITAL AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA, SEMESTER A
This course will cover careers, training, and emerging technologies in digital media. This course familiarizes you with the concepts involved in digital media, such as graphic design, digital photography, principles of design, and digital printing. This course also covers copyright laws and fair use involved in digital media. 

DIGITAL AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA, SEMESTER B
This course will cover digital communication systems. This course familiarizes you with audio and video technologies. This course also covers digital media design, multimedia, and animation. In addition, this course teaches you how to create a web page, publish digital products, and create a digital portfolio.

DRAFTING AND DESIGN, SEMESTER A
This course covers the fundamental concepts of drafting and design, types of drafting tools, drafting conventions, sketching and drawing techniques, types of views and projections, and basic computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) operations.

DRAFTING AND DESIGN, SEMESTER B
This course covers design and development of a prototype, different types of drawings and views, advanced computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) operations, and key professional and personal skills that are helpful in having a successful career in the field of drafting and design.

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE, SEMESTER A
Science is the study of the natural world. It relies on experimentation and physical evidence to describe the natural events that occur around us. Earth and Space Science A begins with space. You will observe the phases of the Moon and use scientific evidence to understand how Earth, the Sun, and the Moon interact. You’ll also examine other celestial objects in our solar system. This course describes the history of Earth through the study of energy flow, weathering and erosion, the rock cycle, and tectonic plate movements. You will apply an understanding of the three states of matter to explain the water cycle and other systems on Earth. The course ends with a discussion of Earth’s natural resources. 

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE, SEMESTER B
Science is the study of the natural world. It relies on experimentation and physical evidence to describe the natural events that occur around us. Earth and Space Science B explains how convection shapes the weather, climate, and movement of ocean currents on Earth. The course takes an in-depth look at climate change and the greenhouse effect in Earth’s atmosphere. It draws attention to severe weather events and describes how technology plays a role in keeping communities safe. It also explores how the growing human population poses challenges for the distribution of Earth’s natural resources today and in the future. 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Identify the components of a business plan, describe ideation and innovation in products and pricing, explain the market research process, and list various management functions of operations management.

ESSENTIAL CAREER SKILLS
This course will cover essential skills such as positive work ethics, teamwork, conflict resolution, effective speaking and listening, health and safety, and information technology.

GAME DEVELOPMENT
This one-semester elective course is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to help you understand the process of game development. 

GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION, SEMESTER A
This course covers careers you can pursue in graphic design. It also covers training and skills required for a graphic designer. In addition, this course describes how to create images using color and typography and how to manipulate images. It also guides you how to create images using design elements and principles. Finally, this course covers copyright laws and ethics related to the use of graphic design. 

GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION, SEMESTER B
This course will cover the advanced manipulation of images. It will guide you on how to create graphic products such as logos, posters, and magazine covers. This course also covers multimedia and digital photography. In addition, the course covers art criticism in graphic artwork, digital publishing, and the creation of graphic design portfolio. 

HEALTH SCIENCE 1, SEMESTER A

This course will cover the structure of the human body systems and their functions. It will also cover diseases and medical procedures related to each body system. 

HEALTH SCIENCE 1, SEMESTER B
This course will cover various topics in health science, such as biomolecules, biological and chemical processes, and various diseases. 

HEALTH SCIENCE 2, SEMESTER A
This course will cover diverse topics such as the healthcare system, diagnostic services, stress management, health informatics, medical math, and professional conduct. 

HEALTH SCIENCE 2, SEMESTER B

This course will cover various topics in health science, such as infection control, medical and surgical equipment, disease prevention, and rehabilitative care. 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
This course begins by describing the impact of alobalization and the position of the United States in international business.  In this course, you'll learn about global trade theories and policies and identify major world economies.

INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY
This one-semester course is intended as a guide to the field and theories of criminology. 

INTRODUCTION TO CYBERSECURITY
In this course you will examine key cybersecurity concepts and programs.  You will identify the different types of cybersecurity threats and errors.  You will examine various laws, standards, and ethical issues related to cybersecurity.  Finally, you will explore the career opportunities in the field of cybersecurity.

INTRODUCTION TO FASHION DESIGN
This course is structured as a sequence of 17 lessons and four Course Activities followed by online discussions, as described in the Course Pacing Guide at the end of this document. You will submit the Course Activities to your teacher for grading. 

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE
This course will cover the fundamental concepts of finance, including the importance of finances and financial planning in personal life and business, ways to manage finances, different investment strategies, and various career options available in the field of finance. 

INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE
In Introduction to Forensic Science, you will learn about the importance and limitations of forensic science and explore different career options in this field. You will also learn to process a crime scene, collect and preserve evidence, and analyze biological evidence such as fingerprints, blood spatter, and DNA. Moreover, you will learn to determine the time and cause of death in homicides and analyze ballistic evidence and human remains in a crime scene. Finally, you will learn about forensic investigative methods used in arson, computer crimes, financial crimes, and forgeries. 

INTRODUCTION TO MARINE BIOLOGY
In the Introduction to Marine Biology course you will explore the fundamental concepts of marine biology. You will learn about the formation and characteristic features of the oceans. You will also learn about the scientific method and explore careers available in marine biology. The course will introduce you to the characteristic features of different taxonomic groups found in the ocean. You will learn about the different habitats, life forms, and ecosystems that exist in the oceans and explore the different types of adaptations marine creatures possess to survive in the ocean. You will learn about succession and the flow of energy in marine ecosystems. Finally, you will also learn about the resources that the oceans provide and the threats that the oceans face from human activities. 

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL MEDIA
This one-semester elective course is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to help you understand the world of social media and how individuals, social groups, and businesses are using different types of social media. 

INTRODUCTION TO VETERINARY SCIENCE
In the Introduction to Veterinary Science course, you will explore the history of veterinary science, and the skills and requirements for a successful career in the veterinary industry. You will also explore the physiology and anatomy of animals, learn how to evaluate their health, and determine effective treatment for infectious and noninfectious diseases. Additionally, you will learn about zoonotic diseases, and the impact of toxins and poisons on animal health.

INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL ARTS
In Introduction to Visual Arts, you will trace the history of art and describe various forms of art. You will identify the elements of art and examine the principles of design. You will analyze the parameters in evaluating and critiquing art. You will examine copyright laws and discuss the ethical use of art. 

MARKETING, ADVERTISING AND SALES
This course will cover various marketing functions, product planning, advertising operations, and the process of selling. 

MUSIC APPRECIATION
This one-semester elective course is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to help you understand, discuss, and appreciate music more knowledgeably. You will explore the history and evolution of music. You will also learn about the concepts and techniques in music and music listening. You will also learn about musical instruments, famous composers and artists, and key musical genres. 

NUTRITION AND WELLNESS
This course will cover basic knowledge about nutrition and wellness such as basic concepts of nutrition, the digestive and metabolic processes, nutrient requirements, dietary guidelines, importance of physical fitness, community health issues, food managements, and careers in the field of nutrition and wellness.

PRINCIPLES OF AGRICULTURE, FOOD, AND NATURAL RESOURCES, SEMESTER A
This course covers basic concepts in the field of agriculture, food science, and natural resources. It also covers career opportunities in these fields and the academic skills and knowledge required for a successful career in agriscience. 

PRINCIPLES OF AGRICULTURE, FOOD, AND NATURAL RESOURCES, SEMESTER B
This course covers basic concepts in the field of agriculture, food science, and natural resources. It also covers career opportunities in these fields and the academic skills and knowledge required for a successful career in agriscience. 

PRINCIPLES OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION SEMESTER A
This course covers fundamental concepts of architectural drawings, physical properties of architectural structures, and materials and equipment used in the construction industry. It also covers careers related to architecture, construction management, and interior designing. In addition, the course covers workplace skills, such as positive work ethics, integrity, creative resourcefulness, self-representation, and teamwork.

PRINCIPLES OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION, SEMESTER B
This course explains the use of computers in architecture and construction work. It also covers concepts and careers related to urban design and green design. In addition, it explains the stages involved in creating a built environment and the aspects of managing a construction project. Finally, the course covers communication skills and safety and legal requirements needed in the field of architecture and construction. 

PRINCIPLES OF ARTS, A/V TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNCATIONS, SEMESTER A
This course will cover various topics in the arts, audio/video technology, and communication career cluster.

PRINCIPLES OF ARTS, A/V TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNCATIONS, SEMESTER B
This course will cover various topics in the arts, audio/video technology, and communication career cluster.

PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS, MARKETING & FINANCE SEMESTER A
This course will cover various topics in the business, marketing and finance cluster. 

PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS, MARKETING & FINANCE SEMESTER B

This course will cover various topics in the business, marketing and finance cluster.

PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING, SEMESTER A
This course covers career opportunities in the three pathways in the education and training cluster, such as administration, education, and professional support. In addition, the course covers personal and professional skills that are necessary to carry out career roles in this field. 

PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING, SEMESTER B
This course explains the development, health, nutrition, and safety of children. In addition, the course covers teaching strategies as well as technologies that can aid educators. 

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, SEMESTER A
This course will cover the evolution of engineering and technology, careers in engineering, and engineering systems and technologies. 

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, SEMESTER B
This course will cover the concepts in engineering design, manufacturing processes and materials, communication skills, and team and resource management. 

PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH SCIENCE, SEMESTER A
This course will cover the history of health care in the United States, job opportunities in the five healthcare systems, the qualifications and skills required to work in the healthcare sector, and factors that are important in a workplace environment such as communication skills, knowledge of laws and ethics related to health care, and knowledge of nutrition principles. 

PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH SCIENCE, SEMESTER B
This course will cover medical terminology, human anatomy, homeostasis, and different stages of development in the human lifespan. It also covers desirable personal qualities and professional skills for the healthcare sector.

PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, SEMESTER A
This course covers the history and development of the US Constitution, and the functions of government and public administration in the United States.

PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, SEMESTER B
This course covers career opportunities in the field of government and public administration and the necessary interpersonal and technological skills required at the workplace. It also covers the role and impact of geography, science, and technology on governmental and public administrative functions. 

PRINCIPLES OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM, SEMESTER A
This course will cover the history, diversity, components, and career opportunities in the hospitality and tourism industry. 

PRINCIPLES OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM, SEMESTER B
This course will cover interpersonal and communication skills, professional skills, and career opportunities in the hospitality and tourism industry. 

PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN SERVICES SEMESTER A
This course covers the various career pathways in human services, such as counseling, mental health services, and consumer services. In addition, the course covers workplace skills, such as a positive work ethic, integrity, budgeting basics, self-representation, and teamwork. 

PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN SERVICES, SEMESTER B
This course covers the various career pathways in human services, such as childcare, family services, and personal care services. In addition, the course covers various workplace skills, such as customer service and internet and information technology skills. 

PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SEMESTER A
This course will cover principle concepts, such as basic computer hardware and information system software, desktop publishing, database management system, the Internet, privacy and legality in the context of online media, and social networking in the context of professional reach.

PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, SEMESTER B
This course will cover advanced concepts, such as organizational structure and management functions in IT, as well as legal and ethical procedures that apply to information technology. Further, the course will also explore emerging technologies and programming software, and networking technology. Finally, you will explore advanced productivity applications, and web design and development. 

PRINCIPLES OF LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONS, AND SECURITY, 
 SEMESTER A
This course covers the history and development of criminal law in the United States, court procedures, the role of law enforcement agencies and private security in public safety, and the role of fire fighters and emergency responders. It also covers the ethical and legal responsibilities and working conditions in law enforcement and security. 

PRINCIPLES OF LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONS, AND SECURITY, 
 SEMESTER B
This course covers communication skills, math skills, and work ethics. It also covers job acquisition skills, career advancement skills, and other important professional skills and qualities required at the workplace.

PRINCIPLES OF MANUFACTURING, SEMESTER A
This course will cover the history and evolution of manufacturing, manufacturing processes, engineering design, and production systems. 

PRINCIPLES OF MANUFACTURING,
 SEMESTER B
This one-semester course is intended to help you familiarize yourself with quality control systems, understand the importance of maintenance and marketing, and identify key professional and personal skills that are helpful in having a successful career in the field of manufacturing. 

PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION, AND LOGISTICS,  SEMESTER A
This course covers the evolution of the TDL industry, various modes of transportation, and the role of the TDL industry in world trade and globalization. It also covers career opportunities in TDL. In addition, it covers workplace skills, such as positive work ethics, integrity, and selfrepresentation. Finally, this course covers communication and interpersonal skills required to be successful in the workplace. 

PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION, AND LOGISTICS,  SEMESTER B
This course covers the basic concepts of warehousing and workplace safety. It also familiarizes you with organization management and leadership skills. In addition, this course covers the role of technology and future trends in the TDL industry. 

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
This course covers the communication overview including the communication process, elements of effective communication, and barriers to communication. This course familiarizes you with reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills needed for general communication. Professional Communications also familiarizes you with communication skills required in business organizations. These skills equip you with the ability to appear for job interviews, participate in group discussions, and solve workplace problems. You also learn about the use of technology in communication. 
 
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY, SEMESTER A
This course will cover various topics in photography, such as history of photography, types of photography, types of camera, camera support equipment, types of camera lenses, exposure, lighting setups, rules of composition, color photography, storing and manipulating images, copyright laws and fair use, and printing photos.

PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY, SEMESTER B
This course will cover various topics in photography, such as camera exposure settings, portrait photography, advertising photography, architectural photography, photographic special effects, retouching photographs, restoring old photographs, analog photography, darkroom equipment and development, safety procedures, evaluating photographs, stages of production, and photography portfolio. 

PSYCHOLOGY, SEMESTER A
In Psychology, Semester A, you will trace the history of psychology and examine key psychological theories. You will discuss human development and explain how the nervous and endocrine systems affect human development and behavior. You will explain various theories related to language development and acquisition. You will discuss the influence of heredity, environment, society, and culture on human behavior

PSYCHOLOGY, SEMESTER B
In Psychology, Semester B, you will explain the established theories of cognitive, psychosocial, and moral development. You will identify the factors that influence interpersonal relationships, discuss the origins and effects of violence, and analyze addictive behavior. You will analyze abnormal behavior and describe different types of psychological disorders. You will trace the history of psychological counseling and therapy and examine strategies used for problem solving and coping with stress. You will explain some key statistical concepts used in psychological research and testing, and explore career opportunities in psychology. 

SOCIOLOGY
This one-semester elective course is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to introduce you to the field of sociology. You will explore the evolution of sociology as a distinct social science, learn about sociological concepts and processes, and discuss how the individual relates to society. You will also learn about the influence of culture, social structure, socialization, and social change in today's society. 


SPANISH 1, SEMESTER A
In Spanish 1A, you'll be introduced to several common situations in which people communicate, such as exchanging names and greetings, describing people by physical and personality traits, and describing family members and aspects of your social life. You'll start with basic sentence structures and grammatical tools, and you'll learn to communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish as you internalize new vocabulary and grammar. You'll also learn about some regions of the Spanish-speaking world where the central characters of each unit are visiting. You will build on this semester's work as you advance in your Spanish studies: everything that you learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning. 


SPANISH 1, SEMESTER B
In Spanish 1B, you'll be introduced to several common situations in which people describe how to earn, save, and manage money, modes of urban transportation, various seasons and the associated weather conditions, food, clothes, and activities. You’ll also describe various art forms, plays, concerts, and movies. You’ll discuss health and well-being and travel and tourism. You'll build on what you learned in the Spanish 1A course to communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish as you internalize new vocabulary and grammar. You'll also learn about some regions of the Spanish-speaking world where the central characters of each unit are visiting. You will build on this semester's work as you advance in your Spanish studies: everything that you learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning. 


SPANISH 2, SEMESTER A
In Spanish 2A, you'll be reintroduced to Spanish in common situations, beginning with describing classes, school friends, teachers, and school supplies. You’ll discuss different styles of dressing, housing and neighborhoods, and learn about relationships between family members and friends, students and teachers, and employees and employer. You’ll also describe daily personal routines and schedules, household chores and family responsibilities. Finally, you’ll discuss different types of cuisine, dining establishments, and dining etiquette. You'll build on what you learned in Spanish 1B to communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish as you internalize new vocabulary and grammar. You'll also learn about some regions of the Spanish-speaking world where the central characters of each unit are visiting. You will build on this semester's work as you advance in your Spanish studies: everything that you learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning. 

SPANISH 2, SEMESTER B
In Spanish 2B, you'll be reintroduced to Spanish in common situations, beginning with various professions and career plans for the future. You’ll discuss traveling to different regions and the flora and fauna found in each region and describe different types of trips, including road trips, camping, and ecotourism. You’ll also describe different hobbies, activities, and crafts that people enjoy. Finally, you’ll discuss about different medical specialists, including dentists and veterinarians, and describe symptoms related to illness and injury. You'll build on what you learned in the Spanish 2A course to communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish as you internalize new vocabulary and grammar. You'll also learn about some regions of the Spanish-speaking world where the central characters of each unit are visiting. You will build on this semester's work as you advance in your Spanish studies: everything that you learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning.  

SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING
This course covers fundamental concepts in sports, entertainment, and recreation marketing. It also covers essential skills related to advertising, sponsorship, and marketing campaigns. In addition, the course covers crucial workplace skills, such as teamwork and leadership skills. 

WEB TECHNOLOGIES, SEMESTER A
This course will cover careers in web technology, uses of web technology, and emerging trends in web technology. It also covers principles of design and creation of graphics. In addition, the course covers Internet protocols, web development tools, and client-server processing. The course also covers web page creation using HTML and style sheets. Finally, the course covers website design and the web development process.

WEB TECHNOLOGIES, SEMESTER B

This course covers the creation of desktop publishing and multimedia projects. It also covers legal and ethical issues related to the Internet and website design. In addition, this course covers web page creation using JavaScript. It also covers DHTML and XML. The course additionally covers how to gather requirements from the client, plan out website development, create a wireframe, and create and publish a website. Finally, the course covers web maintenance and web administration. 



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The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and transgender identity), disability, age, marital or family status, genetic information, height, weight, military status, ancestry, or any other statutorily protected category (collectively “Protected Classes”) in its programs, activities, or employment.  The following individuals have been designated by the Board of Education as the District’s Compliance Officers to handle inquiries regarding the District’s nondiscrimination, prohibition against discrimination based on disability, and anti-harassment policies: Michelle Proulx, Director of Special Education (student-related) or Ann M. Schwieman, Director of Administrative Services and Personnel (staff-related); 1996 W. Oregon St., Lapeer, MI  48446; Phone: (810) 664-5917.

            

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Community Education Fall 2017
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