HIGH SCHOOL MATH
Tutor: Lorie Frankl
(depending on interest we may have an algebra I class)
Tutor: Lorie Frankl
SPANISH 1 Conversational
(1 credit or ages 14-16)
Prerequisites: Complete a summer review package.
Course Description: Spanish 1 is a broad-based course designed to introduce or continue to teach student all aspects of foreign language study. Grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills are included. Cultural information is provided and taught throughout the duration of the course. Students will do research on various cultural topics. This is achieved by groups, partners and individual practice dependent on the subject. Emphasis is placed on conversation, vocabulary and correct usage of the language. Correct pronunciation and oral proficiency are primary goals. This requires a daily emphasis on listening and speaking. The classroom experience will provide an appreciation and development of cultural awareness through various readings, media resources and authentic materials.
Price 550.00 Book Price TBD
This class will be divided into two semesters, one for 6th and below and one for 6th and up. Not only will students learn basic art technique, but will learn how to use art to share Jesus. This will be taught by a missionary from Open air campaign.
Tutor: Becca Jeffers
$300 plus a art supply fee TBD
This is a fun class that will be experimenting with all types of art mediums, such as chalk, pastel, pencil, ink, various painting technique, and wood. We will be studying artists that inspire the art medium. We will be making our own Picasso, Kandinsky, and more. We will be doing things such as making a toolbox, glass beading, paint pouring, wood burning, and so much more.
For all Ages 9 and up
This is a three month class
Tutor: Sarah Donegan
Spanish 2 Conversational
Grades 9 and up
(1 High school credit)
Prerequisites: Completion of Spanish 1
Course Description: Spanish 2 is designed to review grammatical key concepts introduced in Level 1. It will introduce new vocabularies, expand further grammatical topics and increase student’s ability to describe the world around them. They will learn with complexity how the language works, make connections and be able to understand, read, write and speak in descriptive, and interesting sentences. They will be able to write meaningful paragraphs using a variety of vocabularies and grammar
learned in each quarter. In regular class sessions, students will do small group activities, class projects and presentations. We will also read some classic children’s books in Spanish. By the middle of the semester they are expected to be able ask more questions in Spanish than in English. Students will be participating in special projects related to culture or
grammatical topics. Each student will be assigned to research, make or
create presentations on a lesson/culture.
Price 550.0 Book Price TBD
Geared for 8-12 grade 1 credit for American Government
In this full year class, students will study America’s founding documents and history by making them come alive by reenacting excerpts from our founding documents. Students will explore the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, branches of government their roles and duties, State and Local government, and in comparison to other forms of government (Canada and Mexico). We will dive into voting with a special project as it is an election year. Students will have an opportunity to do an oral presentation. Will encourage students to participate in civic activities and participate in a teen government conference which will happen in March (more information forthcoming).
Abeka American Government in Christian Perspective