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  • Algebra 1
    Students are introduced to the foundational skills needed for more advanced mathematics courses and develop the skills needed to solve mathematical problems. Students perform operations involving numbers, sets, and variables; know the basic properties of real numbers; solve and use first degree equations and inequalities; understand functions, relations, and graphs; solve and use systems of equations and inequalities; solve problem involving integral exponents; solve problems involving polynomials and rational algebraic expressions; factor polynomials; simplify rational and irrational expressions; solve and use
    quadratic equations.

  • Students develop elementary concepts about the earth, its materials, processes, and history.

  • Grade 8 ELS (English Language Skills)

    Grade 8 English Language Skills expands grammar skills needed for effective writing. The essay is the focus of higher level skills in these lessons on homographs, homonyms, direct/indirect objects, semi-colons, colons, hyphens, idioms, transitions, complex sentences and paragraphs.

  • Grade 8 Reading

    Grade 8 Reading emphasizes reading fluency to ensure students are prepared for high school English Literature courses. Concepts include elements of literature, poetry, idioms, analogies, the biography, the autobiography, author’s purpose, point of view, character study, analogies, and metaphors.

    Students are required to write eight (8) book reviews from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

  • Grade 8 Social Studies

    Grade 8 Social Studies explores critical events and notable people throughout American History. These include, but are not limited to, America to 1620, Christopher Columbus, Queen Isabella, John Peter Zenger and his newspaper business, George Washington, Benedict Arnold, Matthew Lyon, the American Revolution, America in the 1820's, the Jacksonian Era, America during 1850-1875, and the Gilded Age 1870-1900.

  • Grade 7 Math
    Grade 7 Math is an overview of core math skills that prepares students for Algebra and Geometry. Included number theory, decimals, data, statistics, fractions, algebraic expressions, equations, ratio and proportion, percent, integers, graphing, rational numbers, probability, geometry, measurement, algebraic patterns, relations, and functions.
  • Grade 7 Social Studies - Civics

    Civics will provide a comprehensive background for the understanding of United States citizenship and the foundations and operation of American government. Students will apply this understanding to current event topics relevant to our nation.

  • Grade 7 Science

    Grade 7 Science includes introductory Earth/Space Science and Physical Science. Earth Space Science focuses on planets, asteroids, comets, galaxies, stars, meteors, constellations, and the sun. Earth Science focuses on earthquakes, volcanoes, metamorphosis, weather, climate, tides, currents, water cycle, pollution, and cosmic affects. Physical Science introduces types of measuring tools, motion, energy, electricity, magnetism, light, and sound waves.

  • Grade 7 Language Arts

    Reading Grade 7 Reading enables students to comprehend and analyze narrative and expository text in order to communicate more effectively. The broad scope of reading skills includes main idea and supporting details, analogies, figurative language, context clues, classifying, sequencing, cause and effect, inference, summarizing, point of view, predicting outcomes, text/graphic organizers, and reference materials.

    Students are required to write eight (8) book reviews from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

    ELS (English Language Skills) Grade 7 Language Skills combines grammar and writing as a complement to the reading course. Using an “across the curriculum format, grammar and usage, parts of speech, spelling, affixes, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure, revision, and editing are emphasized to increase effective writing skills.

  • Grade 6 Mathematics

    Grade 6 Mathematics students practice setting up and evaluating mathematical problems involving whole number operations, decimal operations, integers, equations, properties of addition and multiplication, order of operations, absolute value, expressions, equations, inequalities and relevant application problems.

  • Grade 6 Science

    Grade 6 Science students explore introductory physical, life and Earth science concepts by engaging in research and inquiry based activities that result in the creation of an online portfolio illustrating mastery of the course content.

  • Grade 6 Social Studies

    Grade 6 Social Studies engages students through geography activities such as mapping and directional skills, locating climate zones, identifying world biomes, identifying Earth’s surface patterns, plant and animal habitats of the world’s regions.

  • Grade 6 Language Arts

    Reading Grade 6 Reading comprehension, vocabulary, fluency and writing skills are increased and reinforced through cross disciplinary selections. Various reading strategies are incorporated into the readings about plants, animals, people, and ideas.

    Students are required to write eight (8) book reviews from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

    ELS (English Language Skills) Grade 6 Language Arts builds on previously learned grammar skills to introduce new grammar concepts. Students improve writing skills through the use of correct sentence structure, increased vocabulary, mechanics, editing, figurative language and using reference materials.

  • Grade 8

    Grade 8 is a middle grades course that includes Language Arts, Science, Social Science, and Mathematics. You will have some content online and also have assignments in your books. Offline assignments should be kept in a binder known as a portfolio. Assignments are posted in a "Topics" format. There are 25 topics. Portfolios are due at the end of each semester, usually during December and May. The calendar will remind you when portfolios are due.

  • Orientation & E-Learning Guide

    Parents and students participate in an orientation course designed to help them become familiar with online school processes and expectations. Activities mirror the course assignments students complete in the courses.

  • Grade 5 Course Description

    Reading Grade 5 Reading includes stories that develop skills in comprehension, vocabulary, fluency and writing. Comprehension skills include: critical thinking, main idea, recalling details, inference, drawing conclusions, sequencing, making connections, expressing opinions, character analysis, maps, categorizing. Vocabulary skills include: context clues, synonyms, antonyms, comparatives and superlatives, affixes, root words, and compound words. Fluency skills include reading with expression and correct phrasing. Writing skills include: figurative language, dialogue, responses, expressing an opinion, sentences, paragraphs.

    Students are required to write eight (8) book reviews from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

    ELS (English Language Skills) Grade 5 Language Skills reinforce previously learned skills and introduces new concepts that enhance spelling, reading, grammar, and writing. Spelling skills include: phonics, visual memory and discrimination, compound words, word endings, affixes, roots and derivatives. Reading skills include: vocabulary, context clues, sequencing, synonyms, and antonyms. Grammar skills include: punctuation, types of sentences, conjunctions, parts of speech, verb tenses, capitalization, quotations, and double negatives. Writing skills include: acrostic poems, narrative, persuasive, expository, express opinion, letter writing, compare and contrast, organizing, and charting.

    Mathematics Grade 5 Mathematics students learn new key math skills and reinforce previously learned skills needed for secondary math courses. Skills include whole numbers, decimals, number theory, fractions, percent, probability, data analysis, making and using charts and graphs, Geometry, and measurement.

    Science Grade 5 Science focuses on Physical Science. Topics include: Interpreting graphs and tables, temperature, chemistry and matter, states of matter, sound, energy, mass, weight, density, buoyancy, barometric pressure, gravity, inertia, force, speed, velocity, acceleration, magnets, electrical circuits, batteries, and electromagnets.

    Social Studies Grade 5 Social Studies students engage in an “across the curriculum format” to broaden interests in self awareness, family, school, community, country, people, holidays, and family or cultural traditions.

  • Grade 4 Course Description

    Reading Grade 4 Reading presents a variety of fiction and non-fiction reading selections that include skill focused activities in comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency. Phonics, grammar, and spelling are interwoven into the lessons. Comprehension skills include recalling details, making connections, sequencing, character traits, categories, drawing conclusions, inference, graphs, critical thinking, context clues, realism, fantasy, fact vs. opinion. Vocabulary skills include synonyms and antonyms, figurative language, word meanings, analogies, context, homophones. Fluency skills include reading with expression and accuracy.

    Students are required to write eight (8) book reviews from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

    ELS (English Language Skills) Grade 4 English Language Skills introduces new grammar and writing skills as a complement to reading. Short reading selections are the theme for each lesson in spelling, grammar and writing. Reading and vocabulary skills are interwoven into the lessons. Spelling skills include phonics, vowel sounds, consonants, blends, digraphs, compound words, r-controlled, affixes, auditory discrimination. Grammar skills include types of sentences, punctuation, parts of speech, possessive, tenses, quotations, and titles. Writing skills include sentence and paragraph structure through several types of writing experiences.

    Mathematics Grade 4 Mathematics students gain a solid foundation in multiplication, division, factors, statistics, patterns, comparison, decimals, measurement, data and analysis. Students use all skills to solve application problems.

    Science Grade 4 students are introduced to a variety of science areas as a foundation for content specific science topics. Activities provide hands-on lessons that can be done at home, as well as text assignments, on the following topics: fossils, animals, birds, insects, human body, nutrition, plants, solar system, earth, weather, magnets, electricity, and machines.

    Social Studies Grade 4 Social Studies is an introduction to the United States government and its presidents. Students expand their map skills to other parts of the world.

  • Grade 3 Course Description

    Reading Grade 3 Reading students engage in developing active reading skills, through fiction and non-fiction short stories. Comprehension, vocabulary and fluency are the primary skills, with phonics and grammar interwoven into the lessons. Comprehension skills include: recalling details, drawing conclusions, inference, categorizing, sequencing, main idea, critical thinking, expressing opinions, predictions, comparison, making connections, story structure. Vocabulary skills include: synonyms and antonyms, multiple word meanings, rhyme, homophones. Fluency encourages reading with expression, phrasing and accuracy.

    Students are required to write eight (8) book reviews frombook selections at their appropriate reading level.

    ELS (English LanguageSkills) Grade 3 English Language Skills motivates students with interesting lessons that complement reading. Spelling skills include: vowel and schwa sounds, compound words.

    Grammar skills include: parts of speech, helping verbs, punctuation, comparative, superlative, tenses. Lessons include writing forms ofthe following: lists, postcards, a narrative, a summary, a report, descriptions, directions and sentences.

    Mathematics Grade 3 Mathematics builds number theory skills in placevalue, expanded form, rounding, ordering, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fact families, fractions, decimals, time, money,shapes, measurement, area, volume, and graphs.

    Science Grade 3 Science draws the student in with a story format. Reading skills are reinforced, as the student’s curiosity is addressed in these science topics: mammals, birds, weather, solar system, heat, light, sound, human body.

    Social Studies Grade 3 Social Studies students participate in relevant studies on communities in early American history, shaping the country, and the state in which they live. Useful mapskills are learned, such as: symbols, legends, compass rose, directions, mileage charts, weather, and geographical features.

  • Grade 2 Course Description

    Reading Grade 2 Reading delights the reader with active stories. Skill activities relate to each story in the areas of phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency. Phonics, grammar, and writing skills are interwoven into the lessons. Phonics skills include: short and long vowel sounds, blends, digraphs, rhyme. Comprehension skills include: recalling details, drawing conclusions, sequencing, making connections, following directions, diagram. Vocabulary skills include: multiple word meanings, number words, synonyms and antonyms, categories. Fluency skills include: reading with expression and accuracy.

    Students are to write eight (8) book reports from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

    ELS (English Language Skills) Grade 2 English Language Skills complements the reading course, with short selections that incorporate spelling, grammar, reading, and writing skills. Spelling skills include: silent “e”, word endings, vowel combinations, blends, digraphs, double consonants, alphabetical order. Grammar skills include: proper nouns, complete sentences,contractions, possessive, parts of speech, punctuation. Reading skills include: context clues, word meanings, word families, picture clues, rhyming words. Writing skills include: note-taking, sentences,friendly letter, pre-writing, organizing, listing, narrative.

    Mathematics Grade 2 Mathematics reinforces previously learned skills and introduces new concepts. Skills included: place value, number words, expanded form, rounding, ordering, addition, subtraction, regrouping, multiplication, division, shapes, fractions, time, money, graphs.

    Science Grade 2 Science draws the student in with a story format. Students read and write to learn about: seasons, senses, plants, animals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects, butterflies, health, human body.

    Social Studies Grade 2 Social Studies explores history, citizenship,community, geography, and map skills. Students use a variety of skills as they learn, such as labeling, matching, charting, following directions making connections, road signs, keys, legends.

  • Grade 1 Course Description

    Reading 1st Grade Reading engages the student in short stories that build reading skills. Lessons incorporate phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and writing, with: short and long vowel sounds, blending word families, rhyming words, final sounds, word parts, double vowel sounds, recalling story details, real vs. fantasy, sequencing, sentence completion, prior knowledge, categorizing, follow directions, logical thinking, drawing conclusions, picture cues, making connections, reading charts and maps, antonyms, color words, word meaning, sound words, plural, possessive, expression and accuracy.

    Students are to write eight (8) book reports from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

    ELS (English Language Skills) 1st Grade English Language Skills provides the student with spelling, grammar, and writing lessons that support the skills learned in the reading program.Skills include: end rhyme, short and long vowels, r-controlled vowel, visual memory, double consonants, parts of speech, sentence structure, vocabulary, mechanics and usage, punctuation, word order, types of sentences, capitalization, complete sentences, lists, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, information, making a poster, interviewing.

    Mathematics 1st Grade Mathematics provides the student with a variety of math skills which build upon each other and that will be fully expanded in the next few years.Variety of skills include:numerals, ordinals, fractions, place value, counting, skip counting, addition facts, addition 1 and 2 digit numbers, subtraction facts, subtracting 1 and 2 digit numbers, shapes, patterns, measurement, time, money, graphs, logic and reasoning

    Science 1st Grade Science motivates students using short readings and activities.It covers a broad range of interests in life science, earth science, and physical science.Lessons are based on habitats, plant, senses, nutrition, animals, dinosaurs, rocks and soil, natural resources, astronomy, weather and seasons, matter, sound, light and shadows, simple machines, and magnets.

    Social Studies 1st Grade Social Studies enriches the student’s knowledge of geography through the use of map skills. Skills include:keys, legends, symbols, compass, rose, mental maps, finding locations, following directions.

  • Kindergarten Course Description

    ReadingKindergarten Reading delights the early reader with stories of interest.Learning the alphabet, sight words, colors, and shapes, is fun.Skills are introduced through games, puzzles, and activities to color, such as:retelling stories, left to right, identify characters, main idea, recalling details, sequencing, types of text, parts of a book, purpose, understanding spoken words, syllables, making connections, asking and answering questions, reading responses, phonics, and fluency.

    ELS English Language Skills Kindergarten English Language Skills engages the student in needed skills to become successful learners.Students learn parts of speech, hand writing upper and lower case letters, capitalization, punctuation, spelling, word meaning, rhyme, synonyms and antonyms, homonyms, affixes, positions, and categories.Writing skills include:coloring, drawing, dictating, and illustrations.

    Mathematics Kindergarten Mathematics prepares the student for real world math, through activities, puzzles, and games that engage with:numbers, matching, flash cards, build and draw shapes, compare written numerals, greater or less than, classify objects, number line, count up to 20 objects, fraction shapes, ordering, addition, subtraction, measurement.

    Science Kindergarten Science brings intrigues the natural scientist, wondering and asking “Why?”The answers are discovered in the reading selections and activities about:animals, plants, oceans, space, health, safety, senses, and the human body.

    Social Studies Kindergarten Social Studies allow the student to experience celebrations around the world, and holidays here at home, in an “across the curriculum” format.Facts about presidents are also included in these fun activities.

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