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Algebra 1 Class (9th-12th)

Instructor: Grecia Fenton

Email: wfenton6415@att.net

Phone: 321-312-9256

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)

Material Fee: None

Required Text/Supplies:  Glencoe Algebra 1, Integration, Applications, Connections; Copyright 2001; ISBN-13:978-0028253268/ ISBN-10:0028253264, pencil, homework notebook, graph paper, calculator recommended.

Pre-Requisites: Pre-Algebra

FLDOE Course Number: 1200310

Description:  This course shifts the emphasis from manipulative skills to more conceptual skills. Students will explore the language of algebra in verbal, graphical, and symbolic forms by using variables and functions to model numerical patterns. The course covers the properties of algebra, rational numbers, linear equations, proportional reasoning, graphing relations and their functions, analyzing linear equations, solving linear inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, factoring, quadratic and exponential functions, rational expressions and equations, and radical expressions and equations.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Algebra 2 Class (9th-12th)

Instructor: Grecia Fenton
Email: wfenton6415@att.net
Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)  
Material Fee: None
Required Text/Supplies: Glencoe Algebra 2; Integration, Applications, Connections Copyright 1998; ISBN-10: 0-02-825178-4, Pencil, homework notebook, graph paper. Calculator is permitted. Graphing Calculator if desired (optional)
Pre-Requisites: Algebra 1
FLDOE Course Number: 1200330


Description:  This course uses the basic concepts and applies principles of Algebra 1 with more emphasis on relationships, graphing, systems, and analytical study of mathematical principles. It begins with a review of Algebra 1 moving on to the study of polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and quadratic functions.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

American Sign Language 1 Class (7th - 12th)

Instructor: Pamela Ferraro

Email: psferraro77@gmail.com

Phone: 321-536-5199 (call/text)

Tuition:  $TBD per month

Material Fee: $TBD per semester

Required Texts: 

1) Signing Illustrated by Mickey Flodin, 15 Chapters, End of Chapter Sheets: Homework, History, People, Terminology, Basic Handshapes

2) Internet: Lifeprint (Bill Vicars)/ASLUniversity (http://www.lifeprint.com/)

Required Supplies:  Notebook, paper, pencils; access to the internet for homework

Pre-Requisites:   None

 

 

Description:  Topics include but are not limited to: basic vocabulary, grammar, history, fingerspelling, numbers, terminology and Deaf culture. The course will require at least 50% online contact-hours in drills, lessons and research. 

Additional Topics and Perspectives: Parameters of a Sign and Poetry, Sign Language Continuum Perspective SE, PSE, ASL, Ear Anatomy: Basic, Glossing: Worship Signing, Additional People, Deaf Missions Devotions, Exploration of other Countries Sign Language

Class Procedures: Quizzes and Drills to warm up, application of homework online studies in class and the use of time for enacting, presentations, and glossing worship in Sign. That portion of the class should be in Sign Only with voicing only used for additional clarifications and the glossing/grammar portions.

Homework Suggested Schedule:

Day 1: Class Day

Day 2: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), Signing Illustrated & Additional Sign Language Assignments

Day 3: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), LP Lesson

Day 4: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), LP Vocabulary Quiz

Day 5: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), LP Video Practice Quiz

Grading: All assignments and attendance are compiled, recorded and graded with the final grading assigned by the Teacher (Parent).

American Sign Language 2 Class (7th - 12th)

Instructor: Pamela Ferraro

Email: psferraro77@gmail.com

Phone: 321-536-5199 (call/text)

Tuition:  $TBD per month

Material Fee: $TBD per semester

Required Texts: 

1) Signing Illustrated by Mickey Flodin, 15 Chapters, End of Chapter Sheets: Homework, History, People, Terminology, Basic Handshapes

2) Internet: Lifeprint (Bill Vicars)/ASLUniversity (http://www.lifeprint.com/) Lessons`16-30, review Lessons 1-15.

Required Supplies:  Notebook, paper, pencils; access to the internet for homework

Pre-Requisites:  ASL 1; Parents always welcomed!

Course Description: Further continuation of ASL 1 with topics that include but are not limited to: basic vocabulary, grammar, history, fingerspelling, numbers, terminology and Deaf culture. The course will require at least 50% online contact-hours in drills, lessons and research.

 

Additional Topics and Perspectives: Parameters of a Sign and Poetry, Sign Language Continuum Perspective SE, PSE, ASL, Ear Anatomy: Basic, Glossing: Worship Signing, Additional People, Deaf Missions Devotions, Exploration of other Countries Sign Language

Class Procedures:

Quizzes and Drills to warm up, application of homework online studies in class and the use of time for enacting, presentations, and glossing worship in Sign. A larger portion of the class designated for “Sign Only” with voicing only used for additional clarifications, voice-over interpretations and the glossing/grammar portions.

 

Homework Suggested Schedule:

Day 1: Class Day

Day 2: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), Signing Illustrated & Additional Sign Language Assignments

Day 3: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), LP Lesson

Day 4: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), LP Vocabulary Quiz

Day 5: Drills (FS/Numbers on LP), LP Video Practice Quiz

 

Grading:

All assignments and attendance are compiled, recorded and graded with the final grading assigned by the Teacher (Parent).

Art Class (11:00-12 yrs-Up; 12:30-9yrs-Up)

Instructor: Valorie Stanley

Email: blessed-mom@hotmail.com

Tuition: $25/month ($125 per semester)

Material Fee: $35 per semester

Required Text/Supplies: All provided by the teacher

Pre-Requisites:  none

Description:  Students will gain the basic skills and insights necessary to create drawings and paintings on a 2-dimensional surface that are accurate and expressive! Strong focus on the seven elements of art: line, value, shape & form, color, space and texture, and principals of design, including contrast, proportion/scale, harmony and rhythm/movement will be explored through the use of various tools and materials. This focus will engage the student’s eye and hand, as well as the heart! Students will be encouraged to find great joy in this process! This course will explore a variety of mediums, including graphite, charcoal, pen & ink, soft & oil pastels, watercolor and acrylics, utilizing accurate art vocabulary, and will provide the foundation necessary to expand into more specialized areas. As conceptual options and skill with materials increase, drawing will become a stronger outlet for personal and creative expression.  Students will be prepared for further elementary, middle and high school art experiences, with confidence, and discover their passions and hidden talents! 

 

Course Objectives - Students will:

 

• Be able to talk about works of art and learn skills and knowledge necessary to communicate in each art form 

• Learn the elements & principals of art 

• Work with various media 

• Evaluate the works of other artists 

• Develop an awareness of and appreciation for the presence of art both within the classroom and everyday experiences

 • Will create classroom projects and participate in classroom activities that give students the opportunity to create works of art using various media and techniques 

• Form an appreciation of and a satisfying experience in the arts

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

NEW!!! Beauty of Art (7th-12th)

Instructor: Heather Collins

Email: heather@lifestudiosusa.com

Tuition: $25/month ($125 per semester)

Material Fee: $35 per semester

Required Text/Supplies: All provided by the teacher

Pre-Requisites:  none

Description:  A class to master the basics in art skills as a foundation for more advanced art lessons. The students will learn about the beauty of art in the style of realism. This course will combine simple subjects of people and animals to landscapes and still life while using a variety of mediums such as pencil, pastel and paints. They will learn about the elements of art and composition including line, shape, color, texture, proportion, balance and more. 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Bible Studies MS Class: "Wisdom From Proverbs" (7th-9th)

Instructor: Pastor Chad Perdue

Email: csperdue_12@hotmail.com

Grade:  7th-9th grade

Tuition: $20 per month ($100 per semester)

Material Fee: There are no material fees – we will only use our Bibles.  I will take care of any maps, pictures, or other media we may use during the class.

Required Text/Supplies: I will use a KJV Bible.  Other versions are welcomed.  However, memory verses should be memorized using the KJV. Students should bring their Bible with pen and paper

Pre-Requisites:  None

Description:  We will study the book of Proverbs and see where wisdom, being personified, calls for the simple to heed her instructions and learn.  Biblical principles will be shared to teach the class how to implement wisdom in their daily lives. 

 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Biology Class (8th-10th)

Instructor: Grecia Fenton

Email: wfenton6415@att.net

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)

Material Fees:  $0/semester

Required Text/Supplies: Exploring Creation with Biology, Drs. Wile & Durnell, Apologia Press (2005), 2nd edition; Colored Pencils (12 count); 3-ring, 1.5-2” Binder, with college rule paper; dividers (5 – Vocabulary, OYO Questions, Study Guides, Tests/Quizzes, Handouts). Blue or Black ink pens, #2 Pencil with eraser.

Pre-Requisites: None

Description:   Exploring Creation with Biology is a college-prep biology course that provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general biology. Heavily emphasizing the vocabulary of biology, it provides the student with a strong background in the scientific method, the five-kingdom classification scheme, microscopy, biochemistry, cellular biology, molecular and Mendelian genetics, evolution, dissection, and ecosystems. It also provides a complete survey of the five kingdoms in Creation.

 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

NEW!!! Colossal Curiosity Science Class (7th-9th)

Instuctor: Linda Copeland

Email: lcope12181@aol.com

Tuition: $20 per month or $100 per semester

Material Fee: $25 per semester

Required Text/Supplies:  TBD

Pre-Requisites:  None

 

Description:   This class is designed to give our students time to nail down middle school science learning concepts in preparation for high school Biology, Zoology, Chemistry, etc.. Classes include interactive learning using hands-on activities to help our students think critically and gain confidence in their own abilities to explore our world. Learning will include observing, predicting, testing predictions, and working to make sense of our world. Science classes will include "trial and effort" or trying, failing, and trying again. No one fails! New discoveries are the results of hands-on learning with unusual results. Science fiction writer Isaac Asimov described science as "a way of thinking" and a "way of looking" at our world. That's us! Who's ready to join a classroom filled with students involved in the messy, interative world of hands-on, STEM infused learning? Welcome Colossal Curiosity!

 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

NEW!!! Crochet: Beginner Class (11yrs-Adult)

Instructor: Andi Pate

Email: mydork02@yahoo.com

Tuition: $20 per month ($120/semester)

Material Fee: $20 per semester

Required Supplies: Supplied by instructor

Pre-Requisites:  None

Description: This class will be a hands-on introduction into the world of crochet! We will be covering topics such as the basic terms and stitches, how to hold your hook and yarn, how to start and end a project, how to read a pattern, and others. We will also be making some simple beginner projects that you will be able to crochet yourselves. I will be working with each student one on one throughout the class, adapting to the needs of each one so that everyone can have the best experience as we learn together. Most importantly, crochet is supposed to be fun. It's not just a skill, but can also be a passion, an art form, a hobby, a great stress reliever, and a way to express yourself and your creativity. So, while I'm teaching you how to crochet, it is also my goal to teach you how to enjoy it.

 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

NEW!!! Dramarama - MS Drama Club (7th-9th)

Instructor: Sharise Deimeke 

Email: sharised@gmail.com

Club Fees: $25 per month ($125/semester)

Material Fee: $30 per semester 

Required Text/Supplies: Costume components and stage props may be requested; Show T-shirts will be available for purchase at minimal cost

Pre-Requisites: None

Description:  The Dramarama Club introduces the student to beginning acting techniques and theatre appreciation.  The class includes: Team work, relaxation, concentration, movement, voice, play analysis, acting, improvisation, character analysis, performance, scene work, monologues, audition/interview skills, and theatre vocabulary.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

ELA Class: Do You Have What It Takes? SURVIVAL. FRIENDSHIP. BRAVERY. COURAGE. (7th-8th)

Instructor: Mary Pringle

Email: mpringle9693@bellsouth.net

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)

Material Fee: $15 per semester

Required Text: Students must also have regular access to a computer with Internet access. Also, a small 1½“ to 2” binder with loose leaf lined paper, pens, pencils, highlighters are to be brought to class each week unless otherwise noted. Books needed are TBD. A list will be supplied by instructor.

Pre-Requisites:  None

 

Description:  Do You Have What It Takes? Survival. Friendship. Bravery. Courage.

Students will study a variety of literature for both academic skill development and independent reading. We will read for comprehension, analysis, and pleasure, with the goal of developing a lifelong love of literature. We will also study text for craft and structure, figurative language, as well as investigating the relationships between history, art, music, and literature. Students will work both independently and small groups to create multimedia projects, online blog, live in-class presentations and readings, creative projects, and finally each student will develop a digital portfolio of their work which will be used for final assessment purposes.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Ensemble Class - High School (9th-12th)

Instructor: Sheri Mercurio

Email: dmercurio3@cfl.rr.com

Tuition: $25 per month ($125 per semester)

Material Fee: $20 per semester 

Required Text/Supplies: Folder with pockets and a pencil

Pre-Requisites: None 

Description: This course is designed to provide both male and female students with positive musical and educational experiences through ensemble singing. This course will introduce and develop basic musical skills through various styles of choral literature stressing: proper breathing, pleasant vocal production, blend and balance, expansion of range, good intonation, stage presence and choral performance.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Ensemble Class - Middle School (6th-8th)

Instructor: Sheri Mercurio 

Email: dmercurio3@cfl.rr.com

Tuition: $25 per month ($125 per semester)

Material Fee: $20 per semester 

Required Text/Supplies: None

Pre-Requisites: None 

Description: This course is designed to provide both male and female students with positive musical and educational experiences through ensemble singing. This course will introduce and develop basic musical skills through various styles of choral literature stressing: proper breathing, pleasant vocal production, blend and balance, expansion of range, good intonation, stage presence and choral performance.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Geography: Know Your World Class (7th - 9th)

Instructor: Holly Snyder

Email: mom1girl4boys.hs@gmail.com

Phone: 321-444-0484 (call/text)

Tuition: $20 per month ($100 per semester)

Material Fee: $15 per semester

Required Text/Supplies: Mrs. Snyder provides an Atlas for kids to use and have at the end of the year. Also, a  3-ring binder, and paper are supplied by Mrs. Snyder

Pre-Requisites: None

Description:   We will be learning basic geographically terms and ideas as Hemisphere’s, directional, Longitude, Latitude, time zones, etc. Then going through each continent and learning physical geography and features, climates, vegetation, languages, and so much more. Saving North America for last to learn the States and Capitals. To learn all of this we will be using worksheets, projects, and games, which will be kept in a 3- ring binder.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Geometry Class (9th-12th)

Instructor: Grecia Fenton

Email: wfenton6415@att.net

Phone: 321-312-9256

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)

Material Fee: None

Required Text:  Glencoe Geometry; Copyright 2005; ISBN-10: 0-07-865106-9 

Supplies: Pencil, homework notebook, graph paper, compass, ruler, protractor. Calculator is permitted.

Pre-Requisites: Algebra 1

FLDOE Course Number: 1206310

Description:   This course will cover all aspects of geometry beginning with the basics of lines, angles and planes moving onto reasoning and proofs; circles, triangles and quadrilateral and their relationships; and finally area and volume of two and three dimensional figures.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

NEW!!! Grammar (7th-9th)

Instructor: Ashley Mangini

Email: manginimayhem@gmail.com

Phone: 321-302-4256

Venmo: @Ashley-Mangini-1

Tuition: $20/month ($10 per semester)

Material Fee: $15 per semester

Required Supplies: 2 inch ring binder, pencils, and lined paper

Required Text Books: Well Ordered Language:

  • Semester 1 Level 3A ISBN 9781600513183

  • Semester 2 Level 3B ISBN 9781600513411

Pre-Requisites:  none

Description: The course will engage in a student’s natural curiosity of the English Language. Each student will learn to formulate and diagram sentences by mastering parts of speech and sentence structure. 

 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Hands-On Math for Middle Schoolers Class (7th-9th)

Instructor: Michelle Cole

Email: tweetymichelle7@gmail.com.

Tuition: $20 per month ($100 per semester)

Material Fee: $20 per semester

Required Text/Supplies:  3-ring binder; notebook paper; pencil

Pre-Requisites:  None

 

Description:  In this enrichment course, students will discover that math can be FUN.  Problem solving, divergent thinking, and mathematical reasoning skills are fostered through the use of a variety of math manipulatives, such as integer dice, Algebra blocks, geometric solids, etc.  Students will gain a deeper understanding of a wide-range of Pre-Algebra concepts such as operations with integers, inequalities, graphing and more while they actively participate in the learning process through engaging hands-on STEAM projects, theme activities, games and so much more.
 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Institute for Excellence in Writing Class, Course B (7th-9th)

Instructors: Rebecca Moon and Claudia Peer (Team Instructors)

Email: overthemoon.fl@gmail.com

Tuition: $15/month ($75/semester)

Material Fee:  $35-1st semester/$15-2nd semester

Pre-Requisite:  (5th graders will be considered)  Class A is NOT a requirement but students at this level will be expected to work efficiently and independently. Assignments will have due dates and will be noted if completed, as it is important since the lessons build on each other. Grades will be given at this level.

Required Materials: Please provide pens, highlighters & paper for your child.  All other curriculum will be purchased with materials fees.

Description: Both courses are DVD driven that feature Mr. Andrew Pudewa. As instructors we will facilitate an enviroment that is paced for the particular group. Our hope is that you will see reluctant or all over the place style writings become students that write with organized confidence. 

 

From the IEW web site, “…students will learn how to effectively use a wide range of structural models and stylistic techniques in their compositions, as they write on a variety of enjoyable fiction and non-fiction topics.”

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Lego League Robotics Team (4th-8th)

Team Leaders: Matt & Julie Pringle,  Jack & Jennifer Peters

Email: thepringlefamily@bellsouth.net

Tuition: $20 per month

Material Fee: $20 per semester

Required Text/Supplies: TBD

Pre-Requisites: A meeting will be held prior to the start of classes. 

Description:   Come and join the fun. The kids will be building and programming an EV3 Lego MindStorm robot and completing a project to compete against other teams. They will learn S.T.E.M and have fun working as a team and building Legos. Classes may run long and extra meetings may take place in preparation for the competitions.  Travel to competitions is involved.  Fundraising and parental involvement will also be necessary outside of class. It is ALL worth it!

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Martial Arts: Teen Leaders (11-18 year olds)

Instructor:  James Bannister

Email: leadermartialartsfitness@gmail.com

Tuition: $20/month ($100 per semester) (students have opportunity to receive 20% off classes at Leader Martial Arts, Titusville)

Material Fee: $20 per semester

Required Text/Supplies: All provided by the teacher

Pre-Requisites:  none

Description:  Our classes are full of life enriching lessons for your child as well as being the most fun ever! Most martial arts classes only teach kicks and punches in memorized static forms. We go against the grain, because we teach our kids to defend themselves whether standing, on the ground, or in a headlock. All in a fun and safe environment. Let's get BULLYPROOF! 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Physical Science - Lecture and Lab - Class (7th-9th)

Instructor: Stephanie Lowe, Ph.D.

Email: lowesl@bellsouth.net

Phone: (321) 863-4078 cell

Tuition: $25/month ($125 per semester)

Material Fee: $30/semester

Required Materials:  Textbook Apologia Exploring Creation with Physical Science, 2nd Edition (ISBN:978-1-932012-77-4); Solutions and Tests Manual (ISBN: 978-1-932012-78-1), 3 ring binder with 5 divider tabs for Notes, OYO, Study Guides,Lab reports, Tests; notebook paper; pencil

Pre-Requisites: 7th grade math

Course Code: Physical Science--2003310, Physical Science Honors--2003320                           

(For Honors credit, it is recommended by the publisher that students complete all labs and tests included in curriculum.)

Course Overview: This course is part of Apologia’s formal Jr/Sr High School science series.  The text discusses topics of the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, weather, the structure of the earth, environmentalism, physics of motion, Newton’s Laws, forces in creation, and astrophysics.    

The curriculum is composed of sixteen modules. Each will be covered over 2 weeks. 

Please see attachment for Instructor, Student, and Parent Responsibilities, and Grading.

Pre-Algebra (7th-9th)

Instructor: Grecia Fenton

Email: wfenton6415@att.net

Cell Phone: 321-312-9256

Tuition: $30 per month ($150/semester)

Material Fee: None

Required Text/Supplies:  pencil, homework notebook, graph paper. Calculator is permitted. Text to be purchased by parent: Glencoe Pre-algebra; copyright 2003; ISBN 0-07-825200-8

Pre-Requisites: None

Description:   PRE-ALGEBRA – recommended for students who need in depth review of 5th and 6th grade math and introduction to using the tools of algebra (numbers, expressions, variables, order pairs, and functions) and the concepts and application of those tools (solving equations and inequalities, writing equations, the coordinate system and its functions, factoring, monomials and polynomials). 

 

NEW!!! Reading for Success Class (4th-Up)

Instructor: Linda Copeland

Email: lcope12181@aol.com

Tuition: $20 per month ($100 per semester)

Material Fee: $TBD per semester

Required Text/Supplies:  None

Pre-Requisites:  none

Class Size: Class will be limited to 6 students maximum

Description:  Small group instruction for students who are struggling with reading and comprehension. The group will be limited to six students in grades 4th-up.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Spanish Level 1 Class (7th-12th and advanced 6th with permission)

Instructor: Patricia Rota

Email: patriciarota@hotmail.com

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester) (any parent who wish to take this class WITH their child will be given a 50% discount, $15 per month = $75 per semester)

Material Fee: $15 per semester

Required Text :  Email instructor for information

Required Supplies: 3 ring binder and index cards

Pre-Requisites:  None

FLDOE Course Code: 0708340 (High School)

Description: Spanish 1 introduces students to the target language and it’s culture. The student will develop communicative skills in all 3 modes of communication and in cross-cultural understanding as well. Emphasis is

placed on the proficient communication in the language. An introduction to reading and writing is also included as well as culture, connections, comparisons and communities.

 

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

Spanish Level 2 Class (7th-12th)

Instructor: Patricia Rota

Email: patriciarota@hotmail.com

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)

Material Fee: $15 per semester

Required Textbook: Easy Spanish Step-By-Step, By Barbara Bregstein, McGraw Hill, Copyright 2006,

ISBN#978-0-07-146338-6

Supplies Required: 3 ring binder, index cards

Pre-Requisites:  Spanish 1

FLDOE Course Code: 0708350 (High School)

Description:  Spanish 2 reinforces the fundamental skills acquired by the students in Spanish 1. This course develops increased listening, speaking, reading and writing skill as well as deepening cultural awareness. Specific content to be covered is continuation of listening and oral skills acquired in Spanish 1. Reading and writing receive more emphasis, while oral communication remains the primary objective.

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

NEW!!! Speech and Debate Class: You Said It! (7th - 12th)

Instructor: Mary Pringle

Email: mpringle9693@bellsouth.net

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)

Material Fee: $15 per semester

Required Text:  Grade-level curriculum packet TBD. Students must also have regular access to a computer with Internet access. Also, a small 1½“ to 2” binder with loose leaf lined paper, pens, pencils, highlighters are to be brought to class each week unless otherwise noted.

Pre-Requisites:  None

 

Description:  Students will enhance their academic experience by analyzing, creating, and presenting a variety of public speaking, speech, and dramatic performances. In addition, students will develop through research, their own argument to present in a team debate format. 

Effective speech is an essential form of human engagement in which speakers convey thoughts, ideas, and information purposefully. Success in the use of oral communication is vital to success in school, at home, and in the workplace. The study of speech ensures students' ability to transmit and receive oral communications efficiently and effectively. Through the study of speech, students develop clarity, fluency, and consistency in exchanging ideas, and they also develop self-confidence and leadership skills, which will help them in school and their personal and professional endeavors. In the speech classroom students also learn to evaluate and respect diverse points of view, an integral aspect of communication in a democratic society. - The Florida Department of Education

In the subject area of SPEECH, content should include:

  • formal and informal oral communication skills

  • forms of oral communication

  • techniques of public communication skills

  • rsearch, organization, and writing for public speaking

  • analysis of public speaking

In the subject area of DEBATE, content should include:

  • communication skills

  • logical and creative thinking and problem-solving skills

  • techniques of public speaking

  • research skills

  • parliamentary procedure

  • argumentation and debate skills

  • analysis of debates

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

NEW!!! Student Newspaper and Communications Class (Digital and Print Newspaper Versions) (7th-12th)

Instructor: Mary Pringle

Email: mpringle9693@bellsouth.net

Tuition: $30 per month ($150 per semester)

Material Fee: $15 per semester

Required: Students will need regular computer/internet access, as well as the ability to frequently bring laptops/tablets to class. Also, a small 1 1/2" to 2" binder with loose leaf lined paper, pens, pencils, highlighters are to be brought to class each week.

Pre-Requisites:  None

 

Description: FOMO? R U WOKE? SAVAGE? LIT? Calling all writers, artists, photographers, webmasters, and digital/social media gurus! Be involved in creating the GOAT student co-op newspaper and Vlog/blog new trends, community events, movie and music reviews. Get your artwork and creative writing published and keep everyone up-to-date on happenings at co-op. Hundo P Gucci, Bruh!

Students will: 

  • Demonstrate fundamental skills in the use of the writing process for varied journalistic media.

  • Demonstrate fundamental use of production skills (e.g., layout design, ad design, storyboarding) for varied mass communication documents or electronic media.

  • Demonstrate fundamental use of technology for research, production, and dissemination of journalistic media.

  • Analyze varied journalistic documents or electronic media.

  • Demonstrate awareness of ethical issues (e.g., manipulation, misrepresentation, fraud) when addressing social, cultural, and political issues through print and non-print photojournalism.

  • Demonstrate awareness of the hisory and evolution of journalism and the responsible and ethical use of information (e.g., First Amendment, copyright, intellectual freedom).

Fall and Spring 2019-2020

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