Course Catalog

Course Catalog

Edmentum offers a broad range of rigorous and engaging courses through Edmentum Courseware and EdOptions Academy. Explore your options below.

Math

Courses

Algebra 1 A/B

This course advances the ability of students to think algebraically, taking them from middle school work with variables and linear equations to the exploration of non-linear function types and more advanced calculations with variable expressions. Students will work with expressions, equations, inequalities, and functions. The course places considerable emphasis on identifying key features of functions in various forms, such as graphs, tables, and equations. It also fosters an understanding of functions as relationships that help people in many walks of life calculate and plan. The course brings these concepts to students in many forms, including interactive graphing, videos of solving problems, and many practice items.

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Algebra 2 A/B

This course advances students’ ability to think algebraically, taking their earlier work with linear, exponential, and quadratic equations and expanding on it with polynomials and more advanced equation types. Students will work with rational, radical, logarithmic, inverse, and piecewise functions. They will also extend their studies to include systems of equations and inequalities, trigonometry, complex numbers, and statistics. The course emphasizes using these algebraic concepts to solve problems and help people in many walks of life. The course employs many tools to teach students these concepts, including interactive graphing, videos that walk through problems, and many practice items.

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Consumer Mathematics

This course explains how four basic mathematical operations – addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division – can be used to solve real-life problems. It addresses practical applications for math, such as wages, taxes, money management, and interest and credit. Projects for the Real World activities are included that promote cross-curricular learning and higher-order thinking and problem-solving skills.

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Florida Algebra 1 A/B

Florida Algebra 1 A/B is a two semester course that is designed to improve and assess the students’ mathematical skills. It includes lessons that focus on the graphical representation of linear and nonlinear relationships. Students will learn to create, graph, and solve linear and exponential equations and inequalities. They will use function notation to describe relationships between quantities and interpret function notation accurately to solve problems. Students will study the transformations of linear and exponential functions. Apart from this, the course also covers lesson in which they will create, graph, and solve quadratic equations and inequalities in one or two variables. Students will learn to add, subtract, and multiply linear and quadratic polynomials. At the end of this course, they will interpret, analyze, and build functions. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Florida Algebra 2 A/B

Florida Algebra 2 is a two-semester course designed to cultivate and periodically assess students’ subject-matter knowledge while strengthening their mathematical skills. This course includes lessons that focus on the interpretation of polynomial and rational expressions and solving formulas for geometric series. Students will identify complex numbers and apply properties of arithmetic to simplify expressions that contain complex numbers. They will derive the equation of a parabola and learn to create, graph, and solve equations and inequalities. Students will also identify and analyze the key features of functions. This course includes lessons that focus on graphing functions on the coordinate plane, the inverses of functions, and the properties of functions. Students will learn to create and graph trigonometric functions and identify their key features. Toward the end of this course, they will build their understanding of the key concepts of probability and statistics. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Florida Financial Algebra A

Florida Financial Algebra, Semester A, is designed to instruct students in algebraic thinking while also preparing them to navigate a number of financial applications. Students will explore how algebraic knowledge is connected to many financial situations, including investing, using credit, paying taxes, and shopping for insurance. In studying these topics, students will learn about the linear, exponential, and quadratic relationships that apply to financial applications. In addition, the course will help prepare students to tackle the wide variety of financial decisions they will face in life, from setting up their first budget to planning for retirement.

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Florida Geometry A/B

A comprehensive examination of geometric concepts based on Florida standards, each lesson provides thorough explanations and builds on prior lessons. Step-by-step instruction and multiple opportunities for self-check practice develop skills and confidence in students as they progress through the course. The course features animations, which allow students to manipulate angles or create shapes, such as triangles, engage students in learning and enhance mastery. Labs extend comprehension by giving students hand-on experiences.

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Florida M/J Grade 6 Mathematics A/B

The Florida M/J Grade 6 Mathematics A/B course will provide students with a deep understanding and mastery of the objectives that will prepare them for algebra. It is aligned to Florida standards, and is based on best practices in the teaching of mathematics and the disciplines of STEM learning. Students will develop 21st century skills as they master ratios and proportional relationships; the number system; and number visualization. The course is highly engaging while being easy for teachers to customize and manage.

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Florida M/J Grade 7 Mathematics A/B

Florida M/J Grade 7 Mathematics A/B is comprised a total of six units, all of which include a variety of activities and are designed to provide teachers with maximum flexibility, and establish a solid foundation of math skills that will lead to improved achievement into high school based on Florida standards. Concepts covered include: ratios/proportional relationships; expressions and equations using rational numbers; geometry; and statistics and probability. This course was developed using proven instructional design principles and are not just highly interactive, but rigorous as well.

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Florida M/J Pre-Algebra A/B

This course is aligned to Florida standards and sharpens students’ arithmetic skills and illustrates abstract concepts by introducing linear equations, number patterns, the order of operations, linear inequalities, fractions, exponents, and factoring. Some basic components of geometry are discussed.

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Florida Mathematics for College Readiness A/B

Florida Mathematics for College Readiness is a two-semester course organized into units and lessons. The typical audience for this course is high school students in grade 12 whose scores on the Postsecondary Educational Readiness Test (P.E.R.T.) indicate that they are not yet “college ready” in mathematics. The course is based on the Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS), and covers subject areas such as: rational numbers, expressions, equations, inequalities, and graphs.

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Florida Mathematics for College Success

Florida Mathematics for College Success is a one-semester course designed to enable 12th grade students to develop a deep understanding of the math objectives based on the Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS) as established by the Curriculum Planning and Learning Management System (CPALMS) and on a modern understanding of student learning in mathematics. Most Lesson Activities use a scaffolded inquiry approach to enable students to develop their own initial understanding of the content and, in the process, help them exercise one or more of the eight Florida Standards for Mathematical Practices as defined by CPALMS.

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Geometry A/B

A comprehensive examination of geometric concepts, each lesson provides thorough explanations and builds on prior lessons. Step-by-step instruction and multiple opportunities for self-check practice develop skills and confidence in students as they progress through the course. The course features animations, which allow students to manipulate angles or create shapes, such as triangles, engage students in learning and enhance mastery. Labs extend comprehension by giving students hand-on experiences.

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Georgia Advanced Algebra A/B

These two semester-long courses are specifically aligned to the Common Core Georgia Standards of Excellence and were developed based on proven pedagogical principles. Units range from Inferences and Conclusions from Data through Mathematical Modeling and Applications, and include a variety of engaging online and offline activities, with most of them using a scaffolded inquiry approach to ensure student comprehension. The courses are rigorous, while giving teachers ultimate flexibility. 

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Georgia Analytic Geometry A/B

Georgia Analytic Geometry A and B are two semester-long courses built to Common Core Georgia Standards of Excellence as well as on a modern understanding of how students learn mathematics. With lesson activities that use a scaffolded inquiry approach, students master the Eight Standards for Mathematical Practice as defined in the Common Core State Standards. The units in Analytic Geometry A begin with similarity, congruence, and proof, and students progress through polynomials and rational expressions. Semester B includes units on quadratic functions and practical applications of probability.

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Georgia Coordinate Algebra A/B

These two rigorous semester-long courses enable all high school students to develop a deep understanding of the mathematical principles being taught. Designed to address specific Common Core Georgia Standards of Excellence, Coordinate Algebra A and B are highly interactive courses that use a variety of online and offline activities to keep learners engaged and motivated. Unit tests, mastery tests, and end-of-semester tests ensure accurate determination of student progress and help lead to comprehension of the identified standards. 

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Georgia Precalculus A/B

Georgia precalculus builds on algebraic concepts to prepare students for calculus. The course begins with a review of basic algebraic concepts and moves into operations with functions, where students manipulate functions and their graphs. Precalculus also provides a detailed look at trigonometric functions, their graphs, the trigonometric identities, and the unit circle. Finally, students are introduced to polar coordinates, parametric equations, and limits.

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Integrated Math 1 A/B

These two semester-long courses are designed to enable all students at the high-school level to develop a deep understanding of the math objectives covered and leave them ready for their next steps in mathematics. The courses are built to the Common Core State Standards. The three units in Semester A advance students through the study of single-variable expressions to systems of equations, while Semester B covers functions, advanced functions, and concludes with a practical look at the uses of geometry and trigonometry.

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Integrated Math 2 A/B

Building on the concepts covered in Integrated Math 1, these courses are based on proven pedagogical principles and employ sound course design to effectively help students master rules of exponents and polynomials, advanced single-variable quadratic equations, independent and conditional probability, and more. Online and offline activities combine to create an engaging learning experience that prepares high school learners for their next step in their studies of mathematics.

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Integrated Math 3 A/B

Beginning with the simplification of rational and polynomial expressions, Semester A takes students through the next steps in mastering the principles of integrated math. These two semester-long courses focus on meeting Common Core objectives with engaging and interactive content. Semester B begins with the derivation of the trigonometric formula for the area of a triangle, and proceeds through the use of functions and on developing the critical thinking skills necessary to make logical and meaningful inferences from data.

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Kentucky Algebra II EOC A/B

Kentucky Algebra II EOC expands on the algebraic functions learned in Algebra I by bringing in concepts of linear, quadratic, and simultaneous equations; laws of exponents; progression; binomial theorems; and logarithms. The course units are competency-based. Learners experience new situations which they practice in a real-world environment and match to previous learning.

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Louisiana Algebra 1 A/B

A comprehensive study of all of the concepts of Algebra 1 required to meet Louisiana standards. With multiple opportunities for practice and review, students easily master skills including variables, linear equations, quadratic equations, function notation, and exponential functions.

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Math 6 A/B

This semester-long middle school course will provide students with a deep understanding and mastery of the objectives that will prepare them for algebra. It is aligned to Common Core State Standards, and is based on best practices in the teaching of mathematics and the disciplines of STEM learning. Students will develop 21st century skills as they master ratios and proportional relationships; the number system; and number visualization. The course is highly engaging while being easy for teachers to customize and manage.

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Math 7 A/B

Math 7 builds on material learned in earlier grades, including fractions, decimals, and percentages and introduces students to concepts they will continue to use throughout their study of mathematics. Among these are surface area, volume, and probability. Real-world applications facilitate understanding, and students are provided multiple opportunities to master these skills through practice problems within lessons, homework drills, and graded assignments.

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Math 8 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the middle school level to develop a deep understanding of math objectives and leaves students ready for algebra. The first semester covers objectives in transformations, linear equations, systems of equations, and functions. The second semester focuses on scientific notation, roots, the Pythagorean Theorem and volume, and statistics and probability. The course is based on the Common Core State Standards Initiative and on a modern understanding of student learning in mathematics.

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Mississippi Algebra 2 A/B

This course advances students’ ability to think algebraically, taking their earlier work with linear, exponential, and quadratic equations and expanding on it with polynomials and more advanced equation types. Students will work with rational, radical, logarithmic, inverse, and piecewise functions. They will also extend their studies to include systems of equations and inequalities, trigonometry, complex numbers, and statistics. The course emphasizes using these algebraic concepts to solve problems and help people in many walks of life. The course employs many tools to teach students these concepts, including interactive graphing, videos that walk through problems, and many practice items.

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North Carolina Math 1 A/B

These two semester-long courses are designed to enable all students at the high-school level to develop a deep understanding of the math objectives covered and leave them ready for their next steps in mathematics. The courses are built to the North Carolina standards. The three units in Semester A advance students through the study of single-variable expressions to systems of equations, while Semester B covers functions, advanced functions, and concludes with a practical look at the uses of geometry and trigonometry.

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North Carolina Math 2 A/B

Building on the concepts covered in Integrated Math 1, these courses are based on proven pedagogical principles and employ sound course design to effectively help students master rules of exponents and polynomials, advanced single-variable quadratic equations, independent and conditional probability, and other North Carolina standards. Online and offline activities combine to create an engaging learning experience that prepares high school learners for their next step in their studies of mathematics.

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North Carolina Math 3 A/B

Beginning with the simplification of rational and polynomial expressions, Semester A takes students through the next steps in mastering the principles of integrated math. These two semester-long courses focus on meeting North Carolina standards with engaging and interactive content. Semester B begins with the derivation of the trigonometric formula for the area of a triangle, and proceeds through the use of functions and on developing the critical thinking skills necessary to make logical and meaningful inferences from data.

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North Carolina Occupational Introductory Mathematics A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high-school level to develop a deep understanding of math objectives and leave them ready for their next steps in mathematics. The course is based on a modern understanding of student learning in mathematics.

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Ohio Algebra I A/B

Ohio Algebra is a two-semester course designed to improve and assess students’ mathematical skills. It includes lessons that focus on the graphical representation of linear and nonlinear relationships. Students will create, graph, and solve linear and exponential equations and inequalities. They will use function notation to describe relationships between quantities and interpret function notation to solve problems. Students will learn to determine explicit and recursive functions that model arithmetic or geometric sequences. This course also has lessons on representing and analyzing data, and on manipulating and interpreting expressions, quadratic equations and inequalities, and functions. Students will add, subtract, and multiply linear and quadratic polynomials. They will create, graph, and solve quadratic equations and inequalities in one and two variables. Students will rewrite, graph, and interpret quadratic, absolute value, piecewise, and step functions. They will use functions to model relationships between quantities, identify the effects of transformations on functions, and compare representations of functions. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Ohio Geometry A/B

OH Geometry is a two-semester course designed to cultivate and periodically assess students’ subject-matter knowledge while strengthening their mathematical skills. In this course, students will become acquainted with the history, logical structure, and development of geometry. They will experiment with transformations on the coordinate plane. Students will understand congruence in terms of rigid motion, prove geometric theorems, and make geometric constructions. They will prove theorems involving similarity and solve problems involving right triangles. In addition, students will use volume formulas to solve problems and prove simple geometric theorems algebraically. They will study the properties of circles and make constructions related to circles. Lastly, students will study independent and conditional probability, explain them in everyday language, and recognize them in everyday situations. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Precalculus A/B

Precalculus builds on algebraic concepts to prepare students for calculus. The course begins with a review of basic algebraic concepts and moves into operations with functions, where students manipulate functions and their graphs. Precalculus also provides a detailed look at trigonometric functions, their graphs, the trigonometric identities, and the unit circle. Finally, students are introduced to polar coordinates, parametric equations, and limits.

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Probability & Statistics

This course is designed for students in grades 11 and 12 who may not have attained a deep and integrated understanding of the topics in earlier grades. Students acquire a comprehensive understanding of how to represent and interpret data; how to relate data sets; independent and conditional probability; applying probability; making relevant inferences and conclusions; and how to use probability to make decisions.

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Tennessee Core Math I A/B

These two semester-long courses are designed to enable all students at the high-school level to develop a deep understanding of the math objectives covered and leave them ready for their next steps in mathematics according to the Tennessee Academic Standards. The three units in Semester A advance students through the study of single-variable expressions to systems of equations, while Semester B covers functions, statistical data, and concludes with a practical look at the uses of geometry.

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Tennessee Core Math II A/B

Building on the concepts covered in Tennessee Core Math I, these courses are based on proven pedagogical principles and employ sound course design to effectively help students master rules of exponents and polynomials, advanced single-variable quadratic equations, independent and conditional probability, and more. Online and offline activities combine to create an engaging learning experience that prepares high school learners for their next step in their studies of mathematics according to Tennessee Academic Standards.

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Tennessee Core Math III A/B

Beginning with the simplification of rational and polynomial expressions, Semester A takes students through the next steps in mastering the principles of mathematics according to Tennessee Academic Standards. These two semester-long courses focus on meeting Tennessee mathematics objectives with engaging and interactive content. Semester B begins with the understanding and use of geometry in a coordinate plane, and proceeds through the use of functions and on developing the critical thinking skills necessary to make logical and meaningful inferences from data.

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Texas Algebra 1 A/B

This course advances the ability of students to think algebraically according to the TEKS, taking them from middle school work with variables and linear equations to the exploration of non-linear function types and more advanced calculations with variable expressions. Students will work with expressions, equations, inequalities, and functions. The course places considerable emphasis on identifying key features of functions in various forms, such as graphs, tables, and equations. It also fosters an understanding of functions as relationships that help people in many walks of life calculate and plan. The course brings these concepts to students in many forms, including interactive graphing, videos of solving problems, and many practice items.

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Texas Algebra 2 A/B

Texas Algebra 2 A/B expands on the algebraic functions learned in Texas Algebra 1 A/B by bringing in concepts of linear, quadratic, and simultaneous equations; laws of exponents; progression; binomial theorems; and logarithms. The course units are competency-based. Learners experience new situations which they practice in a real-world environment and match to previous learning.

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Texas Geometry A/B

A comprehensive examination of geometric concepts based on Texas standards, each lesson provides thorough explanations and builds on prior lessons. Step-by-step instruction and multiple opportunities for self-check practice develop skills and confidence in students as they progress through the course. The course features animations, which allow students to manipulate angles or create shapes, such as triangles, engage students in learning and enhance mastery. Labs extend comprehension by giving students hand-on experiences.

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Texas Mathematical Models with Applications A/B

This easy-to-implement and easy-to-manage course is designed for high school students who have successfully completed Algebra I. It provides a deep understanding of practical applications of mathematical principles to everyday situations, as well as to potential careers in science, engineering, architecture, art, and music. The course helps students learn in a direct yet multi-faceted way, ensuring engagement and achievement. 

In semseter B, students develop a deep understanding of mathematical concepts through five units of spiraled content related to personal and consumer finance. It extends the concepts learned in Semester A with a focus on higher-order thinking that leads to better decision-making in important life situations. With a scaffolded inquiry approach, this course helps develop master of the Standards for Mathematical Practice and the Mathematical Process Standards. 

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Virginia Algebra 2 A/B

These two rigorous semester-long courses build on the fundamentals established in Algebra 1. Built to Virginia standards, these courses use a scaffolded inquiry approach that better enables students to master course content and principles. Semester A begins with an in-depth look at polynomial, rational, and radical relationships and concludes with a solid understanding of complex numbers. The second semester focuses on the use of various algebraic functions, including trigonometric functions, and the use of functions for modelling and graphing.

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Virginia Geometry A/B

A comprehensive examination of geometric concepts based on Virginia standards, each lesson provides thorough explanations and builds on prior lessons. Step-by-step instruction and multiple opportunities for self-check practice develop skills and confidence in students as they progress through the course. The course features animations, which allow students to manipulate angles or create shapes, such as triangles, engage students in learning and enhance mastery. Labs extend comprehension by giving students hand-on experiences.

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English Language Arts

Courses

English 06 A/B

This course provides a strong foundation in grammar and the writing process. It emphasizes simple but useful composition and language mechanics strategies with multiple opportunities for modeling practical, real-world writing situations that will enable students to improve their written communication skills quickly. Through a variety of grade-appropriate reading selections, students develop a clear understanding of key literary genres and their distinguishing characteristics.

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English 07 A/B

English 7 Integrates the study of writing and literature through the examination of a variety of genres. Students identify the elements of composition in the reading selections to understand their function and effect on the reader. Practice is provided in narrative and expository writing. Topics include comparison and contrast, persuasion, and cause and effect essays, as well as descriptive and figurative language. Lessons are supplemented with vocabulary development, grammar, and syntax exercises, along with an introduction to verbal phrases and research tools.

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English 08 A/B

Extends the skills developed in English 7 through detailed study of parts of sentences and paragraphs to understand their importance to good writing. Students also acquire study skills such as time management and improved test-taking strategies. Other topics include punctuation, word choice, syntax, varying of sentence structure, subordination and coordination, detail and elaboration, effective use of reference materials, and proofreading.

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English 09 A/B

English 9 introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style and by student composition of paragraphs and short essays. Topics include narration, exposition, description, argumentation, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure.

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English 10 A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills. Skills acquired in English I are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper.

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English 11 A/B

English 11A explores the relation between American history and literature from the colonial period through the realism and naturalism eras. English 11B explores the relation between American history and literature from the modernist period through the contemporary era, and presents learners with relevant cultural and political history. Readings are scaffolded with pre-reading information, interactions, and activities to actively engage learners in the content. The lessons in both semesters focus on developing grammar, vocabulary, speech, and writing skills.

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English 12 A/B

In keeping with the model established in English 11, these courses emphasize the study of literature in the context of specific historical periods, beginning with the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods in Britain. Each lesson includes tutorials and embedded lesson activities that provide for a more engaging and effective learning experience. Semester B covers the romantic, Victorian, and modern eras. End of unit tests ensure mastery of the concepts taught in each unit, and exemptive pretests allow students to focus on content that they have yet to master.

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Florida English 1 A/B

English 9 introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays based on Florida standards. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style

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Florida English 2 A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills. Skills acquired in English I are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper aligned to Florida standards.

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Florida English 3 A/B

Florida English 3A explores the relation between American history and literature from the colonial period through the realism and naturalism eras. Florida English 3B explores the relation between American history and literature from the modernist period through the contemporary era, and presents learners with relevant cultural and political history. Readings are scaffolded with pre-reading information, interactions, and activities to actively engage learners in the content. The lessons in both semesters focus on developing grammar, vocabulary, speech, and writing skills according to Florida standards.

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Florida English 4 A/B

This Florida courses emphasizes the study of literature in the context of specific historical periods based on Florida standards, beginning with the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods in Britain. Each lesson includes tutorials and embedded lesson activities that provide for a more engaging and effective learning experience. Semester B covers the romantic, Victorian, and modern eras. End of unit tests ensure mastery of the concepts taught in each unit, and exemptive pretests allow students to focus on content that they have yet to master.

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Florida English 4: College Prep A/B

Florida English 4: College Prep A/B explores the relationship between British history and literature from the Anglo - Saxon period. The course explores a variety of literary works, including the works of Charles Dickens and H. G. Wells. The lessons in this course present learners with relevant cultural and political history, and readings are scaffolded with pre-reading information, interactions, and activities to actively engage learners in the content. Analyses reinforce key concepts of the reading selections. It also explores the major types of nonfiction writing, including memoirs, personal essays, public essays, speeches, and narrative nonfiction. This course also introduces learners to elements of informational texts, such as purpose, opinion, bias, and persuasive techniques. Students will also study a variety of techniques to improve their reading comprehension, writing skills, grammar, and mechanics.

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Florida M/J Language Arts 1 A/B

This course provides a strong foundation in grammar and the writing process based on Florida standards. It emphasizes simple but useful composition and language mechanics strategies with multiple opportunities for modeling practical, real-world writing situations that will enable students to improve their written communication skills quickly. Through a variety of grade-appropriate reading selections, students develop a clear understanding of key literary genres and their distinguishing characteristics.

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Florida M/J Language Arts 2 A/B

Florida M/J Language Arts 2 A/B integrates the study of writing and literature through the examination of a variety of genres based on Florida standards. Students identify the elements of composition in the reading selections to understand their function and effect on the reader. Practice is provided in narrative and expository writing. Topics include comparison and contrast, persuasion, and cause and effect essays, as well as descriptive and figurative language. Lessons are supplemented with vocabulary development, grammar, and syntax exercises, along with an introduction to verbal phrases and research tools.

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Florida M/J Language Arts 3 A/B

This Florida course extends the skills developed in Florida M/J Language Arts 2 through detailed study of parts of sentences and paragraphs to understand their importance to good writing based on Florida standards. Students also acquire study skills such as time management and improved test-taking strategies. Other topics include punctuation, word choice, syntax, varying of sentence structure, subordination and coordination, detail and elaboration, effective use of reference materials, and proofreading.

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Kentucky English II EOC A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills. Skills acquired in English I are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper.

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Louisiana Business English A

Louisiana Business English, semester A, is designed to strengthen students’ ability to read and write in the workplace. The first unit explores the differences between business and academic writing. Students will practice research skills and study the business writing process. The second unit addresses the use of emails and instant messages in the workplace and examines the role that digital media plays in business. Students will consider how social media is used in the workplace and practice their writing skills by creating their own podcasts. The third unit covers how to format and write specific types of business messages. Students will learn best practices for writing positive, negative, and persuasive messages. Then they will use the skills they learned to write a claim letter.

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Louisiana English 09 A/B

English 09 introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style and by student composition of paragraphs and short essays. Topics include narration, exposition, description, argumentation, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure aligned to Louisiana standards.

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Louisiana English 10 A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills. Skills acquired in English I are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper aligned to Louisiana standards.

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North Carolina English 1 A/B

English 9 introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style and by student composition of paragraphs and short essays. Topics include narration, exposition, description, argumentation, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure.

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North Carolina English 2 A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills. Skills acquired in English I are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper.

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North Carolina English 3 A/B

English 3A explores the relation between American history and literature from the colonial period through the realism and naturalism eras. English 3B explores the relation between American history and literature from the modernist period through the contemporary era, and presents learners with relevant cultural and political history. Readings are scaffolded with pre-reading information, interactions, and activities to actively engage learners in the content. The lessons in both semesters focus on developing grammar, vocabulary, speech, and writing skills.

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North Carolina English 4: College Prep A/B

North Carolina English 4: College Prep A/B explores the relationship between British history and literature from the Anglo - Saxon period. The course explores a variety of literary works, including the works of Charles Dickens and H. G. Wells. The lessons in this course present learners with relevant cultural and political history, and readings are scaffolded with pre-reading information, interactions, and activities to actively engage learners in the content. Analyses reinforce key concepts of the reading selections. It also explores the major types of nonfiction writing, including memoirs, personal essays, public essays, speeches, and narrative nonfiction. This course also introduces learners to elements of informational texts, such as purpose, opinion, bias, and persuasive techniques. Students will also study a variety of techniques to improve their reading comprehension, writing skills, grammar, and mechanics.

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North Carolina Occupational English I A/B

North Carolina Occupational English I introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays according to the North Carolina Occupational standards. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style and by student composition of paragraphs and short essays. Topics include narration, exposition, description, argumentation, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure. 

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Ohio English 1 End-of-Course A/B

Ohio English 1 End-of-Course A/B introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays based on Ohio standards. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style and by student composition of paragraphs and short essays. Topics include narration, exposition, description, argumentation, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure.

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Ohio English 2 End-of-Course A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills according to Ohio standards. Skills acquired in Ohio English 1 End-of-Course are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper.

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Texas English I A/B

English I introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays according to Texas standards. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style and by student composition of paragraphs and short essays. Topics include narration, exposition, description, argumentation, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure.

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Texas English II A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills according to Texas standards. Skills acquired in English I are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper.

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Texas English III A/B

Texas English III A explores the relation between American history and literature from the colonial period through the realism and naturalism eras. Texas English III B explores the relation between American history and literature from the modernist period through contemporary literature, and presents learners with relevant cultural and political history. Reading are scaffolded with pre-reading information, interactions, and activities to actively engage learners in the content. The lessons in both semesters focus on developing grammar, vocabulary, speech, and writing skills according to Texas standards.

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Texas English IV A/B

In keeping with the model established in Texas English III, these courses emphasize the study of literature in the context of specific historical periods, beginning with the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods in Britain. Each lessons includes tutorials and embedded lesson activities that provide for a more engaging and effective learning experience according to the Texas standards.  Semester B covers the romantic, Victorian, and modern eras. End of unit tests ensure mastery of the concepts taught in each unit, and exemptive pretests allow students to focus on content that they have yet to master.

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Virginia English 10 A/B

This course focuses on using personal experiences, opinions, and interests as a foundation for developing effective writing skills. Skills acquired in English I are reinforced and refined. Literary models demonstrate paragraph unity and more sophisticated word choice. A research paper is required for completion of course. Topics include grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, organizing compositions, and the research paper.

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Virginia English 11 A/B

Virginia English 11A explores the relation between American history and literature from the colonial period through the realism and naturalism eras. English 11B explores the relation between American history and literature from the modernist period through the contemporary era, and presents learners with relevant cultural and political history. Readings are scaffolded with pre-reading information, interactions, and activities to actively engage learners in the content. The lessons in both semesters focus on developing grammar, vocabulary, speech, and writing skills according to Virginia standards.

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Virginia English 12 A/B

In keeping with the model established in English 11, these courses emphasize the study of literature in the context of specific historical periods, beginning with the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods in Britain. Each lesson includes tutorials and embedded lesson activities that provide for a more engaging and effective learning experience. Semester B covers the romantic, Victorian, and modern eras. End of unit tests ensure mastery of the concepts taught in each unit, and exemptive pretests allow students to focus on content that they have yet to master.

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Virginia English 6 A/B

This course provides a strong foundation in grammar and the writing process. It emphasizes simple but useful composition and language mechanics strategies with multiple opportunities for modeling practical, real-world writing situations that will enable students to improve their written communication skills quickly. Through a variety of grade-appropriate reading selections, students develop a clear understanding of key literary genres and their distinguishing characteristics.

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Virginia English 7 A/B

English 7 Integrates the study of writing and literature through the examination of a variety of genres. Students identify the elements of composition in the reading selections to understand their function and effect on the reader. Practice is provided in narrative and expository writing. Topics include comparison and contrast, persuasion, and cause and effect essays, as well as descriptive and figurative language. Lessons are supplemented with vocabulary development, grammar, and syntax exercises, along with an introduction to verbal phrases and research tools.

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Virginia English 8 A/B

Extends the skills developed in English 7 through detailed study of parts of sentences and paragraphs to understand their importance to good writing. Students also acquire study skills such as time management and improved test-taking strategies. Other topics include punctuation, word choice, syntax, varying of sentence structure, subordination and coordination, detail and elaboration, effective use of reference materials, and proofreading.

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Virginia English 9 A/B

English 9 introduces the elements of writing poems, short stories, plays, and essays. Grammar skills are enhanced by the study of sentence structure and style and by student composition of paragraphs and short essays. Topics include narration, exposition, description, argumentation, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure.

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Social Studies

Courses

Ohio Social Studies 7 A/B

The theme of this grade 7 social studies course is world studies covering the time period from Ancient Greece to the First Global Age. Throughout the course, students will interact with embedded features—interactive timelines or short videos that relate to course content—that will keep them engaged and encourage the growth of skills associated with studying this content.

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Arizona Social Studies 6 A/B

Arizona Social Studies for grade 6 is an engaging, interactive course that offers students a chance to delve into topics in civics, economics, geography, and world history. Each unit of the course aligns to Arizona state standards for grade 6 students, and teachers will find that the course also aligns to the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects. In semester A, students will study a variety of topics, including rights and responsibilities that are important to American citizens, skills that historians use when studying the past, and an exploration of the ancient past. Semester B focuses on world history topics including classical civilizations to the First Global Age.  

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California World History & Geography: Medieval & Early Modern Times 7 A/B

This course for California 7th graders introduces students to important civilizations spanning from the Middle Ages through to the eras of the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Age of Reason. Students will interact with embedded features—maps with clickable hot spots to give them more information about regions and short videos that relate to course content—that will keep them engaged and encourage the growth of skills associated with studying history. Teachers will find that the course aligns to the California Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects.

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California World History and Geography: Ancient Civilizations 6 A/B

Beginning with a discussion of the skills used by historians to study the ancient past and continuing on with lessons ranging from early humans and the Neolithic Revolution to the classical civilizations of Greece and Rome, this comprehensive course was made for 6th grade students in California. Features of the course like interactive timelines and click-to-see interactions will increase student engagement and encourage the growth of skills associated with studying history. Teachers will find that the course aligns to the California Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects.

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California World History, Culture, and Geography A/B

The California World History course for high school students begins with the Age of Revolutions, where students get to dive into the worldwide impact of the American Revolution before turning to other significant revolutionary movements. Other exciting topics include industrialization, imperialism, the world wars, communism and the Cold War, and eventually, the increasingly globalized world of the 21st century. California educators will be pleased to find that the course aligns to the California Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects. 

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Civics A/B

Interactive, problem-centered, and inquiry-based, each unit in Civics emphasizes the acquisition, mastery, and processing of information. Every unit features both factual and conceptual study questions, Instructional strategies include Socratic instruction, student-centered learning, and experiential learning. Topics covered range from Basic Concepts of Power and Authority and National Institutions of Government to analyses of society and citizenship.

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Contemporary World A/B

The Contemporary World is a year-long course designed to strengthen learners’ knowledge about the modern world. Multimedia tools including custom videos as well as videos from the BBC, custom maps, and interactive timelines will help engage learners as they complete this course. Learners will explore the importance of geography, the influence of culture, and the relationship humans have with the physical environment. They will also focus on the responsibility of citizens, democracy in the United States, U.S. legal systems, and the U.S. economy. Ultimately, learners will complete this course as global citizens with an understanding of how to help and better their community and the world.

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Economics

This course covers basic economic problems such as scarcity, choice, and effective use of resources. It also covers topics on a larger scale such as market structures and international trade. It particularly focuses on the US economy and analyzes the role of the government and the Federal Reserve System. 

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Florida Civics A/B

Interactive, problem-centered, and inquiry-based, each unit in Civics emphasizes the acquisition, mastery, and processing of information according to Florida standards. Every unit features both factual and conceptual study questions, Instructional strategies include Socratic instruction, student-centered learning, and experiential learning. Topics covered range from Basic Concepts of Power and Authority and National Institutions of Government to analyses of society and citizenship.

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Florida Economics with Financial Literacy

This Florida courses leverages diverse resources from the National Council on Economic Education in partnership with the National Association of Economic Educators, and the Foundation for Teaching Economics. It begins with providing a basic understanding of the U.S. economy and its relationship to the world economy. It then covers macro issues such as government and the economy and micro issues such as entrepreneurship and consumer issues.

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Florida U.S. History A/B

This course not only introduces students to early U.S. History, but it also provides them with an essential understanding of how to read, understand, and interpret history based on Florida standards. For example, the first unit, The Historical Process, teaches reading and writing about history; gathering and interpreting historical sources; and analyzing historical information. While covering historical events from the founding events and principles of the United States through contemporary events, the course also promotes a cross-disciplinary understanding that promotes a holistic perspective of U.S. History

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Florida US History 8 A/B

Students who take this course will be well-versed in the events of United States history from colonial times through to the end of Reconstruction. In addition to lessons on topics like the French and Indian War and the Louisiana Purchase, the units include activities that provide insight into Florida history. For example, the unit on the American Revolution includes a course activity that details how Florida played a vital role during the conflict. Students will find many aspects of the course engaging, including custom videos and interactive timelines. Educators will be pleased to have a product that allows their students to acquire new knowledge and also gives students opportunities to practice and apply the concepts they are learning.

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Florida World History 6 A/B

Beginning with a discussion of the skills used by historians to study the ancient past and continuing on with lessons including early humans, the Neolithic Revolution, and the classical civilizations of Greece and Rome, this comprehensive course was made for 6th grade students in Florida. Features of the course like interactive timelines and click-to-see interactions will increase student engagement and encourage the growth of skills associated with studying history. Florida educators will also find that the course aligns to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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Florida World History A/B

In this course, students will get a comprehensive look at world history from the early Middle Ages through to the present day. By the end of the course, students will have learned about events like the Renaissance and Reformation, the world wars, the Cold War, and increasing globalization in the 21st century. This course employs many interactive features like maps and images with clickable hot spots that students can explore to get more information about things such as regions, cities, and geographical features on a map and artistic techniques and features in famous works of art. Best of all, this course is aligned to the Florida state standards of learning and to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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History of the United States and New York State II A/B

Students who take this course will be well-versed in the events of United States history from colonial times through to the end of the Civil War. Students will find many aspects of the course engaging with custom videos and interactive timelines. Educators will be pleased to have a product that allows their students to acquire new knowledge and also gives students opportunities to practice and apply the concepts they are learning.

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Kentucky U.S. History EOC A/B

This course not only introduces students to early U.S. History, but it also provides them with an essential understanding of how to read, understand, and interpret history. For example, the first unit, The Historical Process, teaches reading and writing about history; gathering and interpreting historical sources; and analyzing historical information. While covering historical events from the founding events and principles of the United States through contemporary events, the course also promotes a cross-disciplinary understanding that promotes a holistic perspective of U.S. History.

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Louisiana U.S. History A/B

This course not only introduces students to early U.S. History, but it also provides them with an essential understanding of how to read, understand, and interpret history, aligned to Louisiana standards. For example, the first unit, The Historical Process, teaches reading and writing about history; gathering and interpreting historical sources; and analyzing historical information. While covering historical events from the founding events and principles of the United States through contemporary events, the course also promotes a cross-disciplinary understanding that promotes a holistic perspective of U.S. History.

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Michigan World History and Geography A/B

Michigan high school students taking this course will get a true survey of world history. Beginning with the study of early human societies and the invention of agriculture, this course takes the students on a journey through time, from ancient societies up through the modern era. This course employs many interactive features like maps and images with clickable hot spots that students can explore to get more information about things such as regions, cities, and geographical features on a map and artistic techniques and features in famous works of art. Best of all, this course is aligned to the Michigan state standards of learning and to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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Middle School U.S. History A/B

In Middle School U.S. History, learners will explore historical American events with the help of innovative videos, timelines, and interactive maps and images. The course covers colonial America through the Reconstruction period. Learners will develop historical thinking and geography skills, which they will use throughout the course to heighten their understanding of the material. Specific topics of study include the U.S. Constitution, the administrations of George Washington and John Adams, the War of 1812, and the Civil War.

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Middle School World History A/B

In Middle School World History, learners will study major historical world events from early human societies through to the present day. Multimedia tools including custom videos as well as videos from the BBC, custom maps, and interactive timelines will help engage learners as they complete this year-long course. They will explore the development of early humans and early civilizations. They will be introduced to the origins of major world religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism. Also, learners will study the medieval period. Historical thinking and geography skills will be taught and utilized throughout the course. 

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Mississippi World History: Age of Enlightenment to the Present A/B

In this course, students will get a comprehensive look at world history from the Age of Reason through to the present day. By the end of the course, students will have learned about events like the Scientific Revolution, imperialism, the world wars, the Cold War, and increasing globalization in the 21st century. This course employs many interactive features like maps and images with clickable hot spots that students can explore to get more information about things such as regions, cities, and geographical features on a map and artistic techniques and features in famous works of art. Best of all, this course is aligned to the Mississippi state standards of learning and to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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Mississippi World History: Pre-Historic Era to the Age of Enlightenment 7 A/B

Beginning with a discussion of the skills used by historians to study the ancient past and continuing on with lessons ranging from early humans and the Neolithic Revolution to the First Global Age, this comprehensive course was made for 7th grade students in Mississippi. Features of the course like interactive timelines and click-to-see interactions will increase student engagement and encourage the growth of skills associated with studying history. Mississippi educators will also find that the course aligns to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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Missouri Social Studies 6 A/B

Missouri Social Studies for grade 6 is an engaging, interactive course that offers students a chance to delve into topics in civics, economics, geography, and world history. Each unit of the course aligns to the Missouri state standards for grade 6 students, and teachers will find that the course also aligns to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies. In semester A, students will study a range of topics, including limited and unlimited governments, basic economic concepts, and topics important to studying geography. Semester B focuses on cultures and societies before turning to a discussion of world history with topics including early river civilizations through the Middle Ages.   

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Nevada Middle School U.S. History A/B

Middle School US History is aligned with Nevada standards and covers the people who lived in the Americas before European settlers arrived, how the United States was founded, and how it grew and changed over time. The students may be familiar with some of the topics that appear in these lessons, but others will be new. Students should read all the content and think about it carefully as they work through the course.

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New York Global History and Geography I A/B

Beginning with a discussion of early humans and the Neolithic Revolution and continuing on with lessons including the development of world’s earliest civilizations to the Age of Reason, this comprehensive course was made for 9th grade students in New York. Features of the course like interactive timelines and click-to-see interactions will increase student engagement and encourage the growth of skills associated with studying history. New York educators will also find that the course aligns to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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New York Global History and Geography II A/B

In this course, students will get a comprehensive look at world history from the Age of Imperialism through to the present day. By the end of the course, students will have learned about events like the Enlightenment, imperialism, the world wars, the Cold War, and increasing globalization in the 21st century. This course employs many interactive features like maps and images with clickable hot spots that students can explore to get more information about things such as regions, cities, and geographical features on a map and artistic techniques and features in famous works of art. Best of all, this course is aligned to the New York State Learning Standards and to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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North Carolina American History 1 A/B

North Carolina American History 1 provides learners with a cohesive and connected learning experience. Research strongly supports the use of connections to increase learner achievement. The majority of lessons focus on a particular period in American history, analyzing the events, people, and social trends involved in how we view that time period. Some lessons instruct students on the process of historical inquiry and apply that process to high-level themes across the entire arc of American history.

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North Carolina American History 2 A/B

North Carolina American History 2 provides learners with a cohesive and connected learning experience. Research strongly supports the use of connections to increase learner achievement. The majority of lessons focus on a particular period in American history, analyzing the events, people, and social trends involved in how we view that time period. Some lessons instruct students on the process of historical inquiry and apply that process to high-level themes across the entire arc of American history.

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North Carolina American History: Founding Principles, Civics & Economics A/B

The interactive, problem-centered, and inquiry-based units in North Carolina American History emphasize the acquisition, mastery, and processing of information. Units include study of the foundations of American government and the American political culture, with units 2 and 3 covering the U.S. constitution, including its roots in Greek and English law, and the various institutions that impact American politics.

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North Carolina World History A/B

In World History, learners will explore historical world events with the help of innovative videos, timelines, and interactive maps and images. Learners will develop historical thinking skills and apply them to their study of European exploration, the Renaissance the Reformation, and major world revolutions. They will also study World War I, World War II, the Cold War, and the benefits and challenges of living in the modern world.

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Ohio American Government End-of-Course

Each unit in Ohio American Government End-of-Course provides learners with a cohesive and connected learning experience. Research strongly supports the use of connections to increase learner achievement. The lessons in this course mainly focus on the principles and foundation of US democracy along with the structure, hierarchy, branches, and powers of the US government. The course goes on to apply those foundational concepts to discuss US foreign and domestic policies, as well as the principles and regulation of the US economy. The course also provides insights on the political system, civic duties, civic participation, and citizenship in the United States.
 
To generate skills for lifelong learning, many of the lessons in this course use student-driven, constructivist approaches for concept development. The remaining lessons employ direct-instruction approaches. All lessons generate student engagement with vibrant, thought-provoking graphics and videos.
 

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Ohio American History End-of-Course A/B

Each unit in Ohio American History End-of-Course learners with a cohesive and connected learning experience. Research strongly supports the use of connections to increase learner achievement. The majority of lessons focus on a particular period in US history, analyzing the events, people, and social trends involved in how we view that time period. Some lessons instruct students on the process of historical inquiry and apply that process to high-level themes across the entire arc of US history.
 
To generate skills for lifelong learning, many of the lessons in this course use student-driven, constructivist approaches for concept development. The remaining lessons employ direct-instruction approaches. All lessons generate student engagement with vibrant, thought-provoking graphics and videos.

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Ohio Modern World History A/B

In this course, students will get a comprehensive look at world history from the Age of Reason through to the present day. By the end of the course, students will have learned about events like the Scientific Revolution, imperialism, the world wars, the Cold War, and increasing globalization in the 21st century. This course employs many interactive features like maps and images with clickable hot spots that students can explore to get more information about things such as regions, cities, or geographical features on a map and artistic techniques and features in famous works of art. Best of all, this course is aligned to Ohio state standards of learning and to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies.

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Ohio Social Studies 6 A/B

Ohio Social Studies for grade 6 is an engaging, interactive course that offers students a chance to delve into topics like historical thinking skills, geography, civics, economics, and world history. Each unit of the course aligns to the Ohio state standards for grade 6 students, and teachers will find that the course also aligns to the English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies. In semester A, students will study a variety of topics, including skills that historians use when studying the ancient past, the concept of cultural diffusion, different systems of government, and basic economic concepts. Semester B focuses on events in world history from early humans to the development of classical civilizations in different regions around the world. 

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OK State History & Government

Oklahoma State History is a single-semester course designed to introduce students to the major events in the history of Oklahoma and to the structure and functions of its government. Students will learn about the geographical features and cultures of Oklahoma. Students will understand the importance of Oklahoma during the late 1700s and early 1800s. Apart from this, students will also learn about the migration of Native Americans into Indian Territory and analyze the efforts taken to rebuild Indian Territory following the Civil War. Lastly, students will examine the effects of World War II on Oklahoma and understand the purpose and structure of the Oklahoma government. Online discussions and unit activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Texas U.S. History A/B

This course not only introduces students to early U.S. History, but it also provides them with an essential understanding of how to read, understand, and interpret history according to Texas standards. For example, the first unit, The Historical Process, teaches reading and writing about history; gathering and interpreting historical sources; and analyzing historical information. While covering historical events from the founding events and principles of the United States through contemporary events, the course also promotes a cross-disciplinary understanding that promotes a holistic perspective of U.S. History.

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U.S. Government

The interactive, problem-centered, and inquiry-based units in U.S. Government emphasize the acquisition, mastery, and processing of information. Semester A units include study of the foundations of American government and the American political culture, with units 2 and 3 covering the U.S. constitution, including its roots in Greek and English law, and the various institutions that impact American politics. 

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U.S. History A/B

This course not only introduces students to early U.S. History, but it also provides them with an essential understanding of how to read, understand, and interpret history. For example, the first unit, The Historical Process, teaches reading and writing about history; gathering and interpreting historical sources; and analyzing historical information. While covering historical events from the founding events and principles of the United States through contemporary events, the course also promotes a cross-disciplinary understanding that promotes a holistic perspective of U.S. History.

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Virginia & U.S. Government A/B

The interactive, problem-centered, and inquiry-based units in Virginia and U.S. Government emphasize the acquisition, mastery, and processing of information. Units include study of the foundations of American government and the American political culture, with units 2 and 3 covering the U.S. constitution, including its roots in Greek and English law, and the various institutions that impact American politics.

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Virginia Middle School U.S. History A/B

Middle School US History covers the people who lived in the Americas before European settlers arrived, how the United States was founded, and how it grew and changed over time according to Virginia standards. The students may be familiar with some of the topics that appear in these lessons, but others will be new. Students should read all the content and think about it carefully as they work through the course.

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Washington State History, Semester A/B

Washington State History is an engaging, interactive course that offers students a chance to delve into topics in civics, economics, geography, and history, including world history, US history, and Washington state history. Features of the course like interactive timelines and click-to-see interactions will increase student engagement while still encouraging the growth of skills associated with understanding social studies. Each unit of the course aligns to Washington state standards, and teachers will find that the course also aligns to English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for History and Social Studies. In semester A, students will study a range of topics, including skills that historians use when studying the past, the many facets of US government and Washington state government, followed by an exploration of economic concepts. Semester B focuses first on an examination of geography and culture before turning to a discussion of historical topics including the history of the state of Washington from the pre-Columbian era to the present day.

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World Geography A/B

In an increasingly interconnected world, equipping students to develop a better understanding of our global neighbors is critical to ensuring that they are college and career ready. These semester-long courses empower students to increase their knowledge of the world in which they live and how its diverse geographies shape the international community. Semester A units begin with an overview of the physical world and the tools necessary to exploring it effectively. Subsequent units survey each continent and its physical characteristics and engage students and encourage them to develop a global perspective.

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World History A/B

In World History, learners will explore historical world events with the help of innovative videos, timelines, and interactive maps and images. Learners will develop historical thinking skills and apply them to their study of European exploration, the Renaissance the Reformation, and major world revolutions. They will also study World War I, World War II, the Cold War, and the benefits and challenges of living in the modern world.

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World History Survey A/B

In World History Survey, learners will study major historical events from early human societies through to the present day. Multimedia tools including custom videos as well as videos from the BBC, custom maps, and interactive timelines will help engage learners as they complete this year-long course. Topics of study include early civilizations, world religions, the Renaissance, the World Wars, and the globalized world of today. 

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Science

Courses

Biology A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards for high school biology. Content topics include cells, organ systems, heredity, organization of organisms, evolution, energy use in organisms, and the interdependence of ecosystems.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: Most hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. A few labs require specialized scientific equipment or materials, such as a microscope, slides, or biological samples. These few specialized labs are optional but provide valuable laboratory experience. School laboratories may be used for these specialized labs or single-student Edmentum Lab Kits may be purchased from Ward’s Science. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Chemistry A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with high school chemistry along with additional concepts and standards typically included in a full-year high school chemistry course. Content topics include atoms and elements, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, quantitative chemistry, molecular-level forces, solutions, and energy and changes in matter. 

It also addresses additional concepts and standards typically included in a full-year high school chemistry course, including molar concentrations, acid-base reactions, advanced stoichiometry, gas laws, and organic compounds.  Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: Most hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. A few labs require specialized scientific equipment or materials, such as an electronic balance (0.01g), graduated cylinders, test tubes, and chemical reagents. These few specialized labs are optional but provide valuable laboratory experience. School laboratories may be used for these specialized labs or single-student Edmentum Lab Kits may be purchased from Ward’s Science. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Earth and Space Science A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with middle school Earth and space science. Content topics include Earth and space systems and interactions, the history of the Earth, the Earth’s systems, weather and climate, climate change, and human impacts on the Earth.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: All hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Florida Biology A/B

Florida Biology is a two-semester course designed to strengthen students’ understanding of several foundational concepts of biology. In this course, students will learn to use scientific methods and tools to investigate biological questions. They will develop models to explore the functioning of different body systems and examine how the proper functioning of those body systems affects health. Students will expand their knowledge of the roles of mitosis, meiosis, DNA, and chromosomes in an organism’s growth and development. Besides this, students will study and compare the basic characteristics of bacteria, protists, plants, and animals. They will understand the effect of environmental changes on a species over time, and explore conservation of energy as it relates to living things and ecosystems. Students will learn how the cycling of matter and energy interacts with biological processes, and study the factors that affect the carrying capacity and biodiversity of an ecosystem. They will also create a simulation to test a solution for a biodiversity problem. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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High School Earth and Space Science A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with high school Earth and space science. Content topics include scientific processes and methods, the universe, the Precambrian Earth, the Earth’s materials and tectonics, the hydrosphere and atmosphere, and human interactions with the Earth’s systems and resources.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: Most hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. A few labs require specialized scientific equipment or materials, such as an electronic balance (0.01g), graduated cylinders, and a water testing kit. These few specialized labs are optional but provide valuable laboratory experience. School laboratories may be used for these specialized labs or single-student Edmentum Lab Kits may be purchased from Ward’s Science. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Integrated Physics & Chemistry A/B

The lessons in this course employ direct-instruction approaches. They include application and Inquiry-oriented activities that facilitate the development of higher-order cognitive skills, such as logical reasoning, sense-making, and problem solving.

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Kentucky Biology EOC A/B

Students develop a clear understanding of the sometimes complex concepts at the root of life science. Course units cover genetics and evolution, cell structure, multiple units on the diversity of life and on plant structure and function. For example, the unit on cell structure and specialization drills down into mitosis, meiosis, and cancer and carcinogens.

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Life Science A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with middle school life science. Content topics include cells and human body systems, structure and functions of living organisms, genes and adaptations, evolution, energy flow in ecosystems, and interdependence of ecosystems.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: All hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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North Carolina Biology A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards for high school biology. Content topics include cells, organ systems, heredity, organization of organisms, evolution, energy use in organisms, and the interdependence of ecosystems.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: Most hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. A few labs require specialized scientific equipment or materials, such as a microscope, slides, or biological samples. These few specialized labs are optional but provide valuable laboratory experience. School laboratories may be used for these specialized labs or single-student Edmentum Lab Kits may be purchased from Ward’s Science. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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North Carolina Earth & Environmental Science A/B

The North Carolina Earth and Environmental Science course covers the essential concepts of earth and space sciences. This course surveys basic physical sciences such as geology, biology, meteorology, oceanography, astronomy, botany, and physics and their impact on the earth. Students are guided to a better understanding of how the earth and the universe are structured.

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North Carolina Occupational Applied Science A/B

In North Carolina Occupational Applied Science, students will learn the nature of scientific information while actively exploring several of science’s major branches of knowledge. The course is designed to familiarize students with a number of essential concepts in the physical, life, environmental, and health sciences. Throughout the course, students are encouraged to apply their newly gained knowledge of scientific processes to aspects of their daily lives. In this manner, the course guides students to a firm understanding of science in a context that is never far from home.

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North Carolina Occupational Introductory Biology A/B

Students develop a clear understanding of the sometimes complex concepts at the root of life science. Course units cover genetics and evolution, cell structure, multiple units on the diversity of life and on plant structure and function. For example, the unit on cell structure and specialization drills down into mitosis, meiosis, and cancer and carcinogens.

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North Carolina Science 6 A/B

North Carolina Science 6 is a two semester course that covers the fundamental concepts of Earth and space science, life science, and physical science.  Students will learn about the properties and classification of matter, the effect of thermal energy on the state of matter, and characteristics of light and sound waves by creating models. Students will learn about the factors responsible for temperature changes in objects. The course includes lessons on the phases of the moon and the interactions between the Sun, Earth, and Moon. Students will also learn about the history of space exploration, and how organisms use food to create energy for their growth and development.  Students will develop models to describe how organisms fit into ecosystems and interact with their environments. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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North Carolina Science 7 A/B

North Carolina Science 7 is a two semester course that covers fundamental principles of cell theory, genetics, forces, forms of energy, energy transformations, and weather and climate.  Students will learn about the structure and functions of cells— the building blocks of life, genetic inheritance, and mutations.  Students will learn about the relationship between force and motion.  This course provides an understanding on the differences observed in different types of single-celled organisms. Students will learn about the effect of animal behavior and special plant structures on the organism's chances of reproduction. Students will learn about the different types of energy and explain how it is transferred to and from objects.  Students will learn about the mechanics of weather and water cycle.  Students will learn about the tools used to collect weather data and use them to draw conclusions about current weather conditions. Students will also explore steps to protect the environment. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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North Carolina Science 8 A/B

NC Science 8 is a two semester course that covers the evolution of the atomic model, classification of substances into elements, compounds, or mixture, and effects of chemical reactions. Students will learn about the structure of the hydrosphere, the uneven distribution of natural resources, and the steps being undertaken to combat climate change.  Students will examine the flow of energy in ecosystems, relationships between organisms in different ecosystems, and the effects of human activities on the ocean. This course also delves into the classification of organisms based on their characteristics, and explains the role of food in the growth and development of organisms. Students will learn how genetic diversity helps in the survival and adaptation of an organism in a given environment. Students will learn about diseases and their prevention. Students will also learn how biotechnology can be used to affect living organisms. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Physical Science A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with middle school physical science. Content topics include structure and properties of matter, chemical reactions, forces and motion, force fields, energy, and waves.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: All hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Physics A/B

Physics introduces students to the physics of motion, properties of matter, force, heat, vector, light, and sound. Students learn the history of physics from the discoveries of Galileo and Newton to those of contemporary physicists. The course focuses more on explanation than calculation and prepares students for introductory quantitative physics at the college level. Additional areas of discussion include gases and liquids, atoms, electricity, magnetism, and nuclear physics.

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Science 6 A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with a sixth-grade integrated science course (NGSS Appendix K: Modified Conceptual Progression Model, p. 19), focusing on basic physical science, Earth and space science, and ecosystems. Content topics include structure and properties of matter, forces and motion, the Earth and space, the history of the Earth, the interdependence of ecosystems, and weather and climate.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: All hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Science 7 A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with a seventh-grade integrated science course (NGSS Appendix K: Modified Conceptual Progression Model, p. 19), focusing on cells, the life cycle, nutrition, chemical reactions, force fields, and energy. Content topics include cells and human body systems, the life cycle, nutrition and energy, chemical reactions, force fields, and energy.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: All hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Science 8 A/B

This inquiry- and lab-based course is designed to support modern science curriculum and teaching practices. It robustly meets NGSS learning standards associated with an eighth-grade integrated science course (NGSS Appendix K: Modified Conceptual Progression Model, p. 19). Content topics include genes and adaptations, evolution, energy and the Earth, the Earth’s changing climate, waves, and technology and human impacts on the Earth.

Each lesson includes one or more inquiry-based activities that can be performed online within the context of the lesson. In addition, the course includes a significant number of hands-on lab activities. Approximately 40% of student time in this course is devoted to true lab experiences, as defined by the National Research Council (2006, p. 3).

Lab materials note: All hands-on labs employ relatively-common household materials. Please refer to the Student Syllabus or Teacher’s Guide for details on lab materials.

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Texas Biology A/B

Texas Biology is a two-semester course designed to develop and enrich students’ knowledge of several core areas of biology. It has lessons on cells, organs and organ systems, and heredity.  Students will examine cell processes, functioning of the human body systems, and inheritance patterns. Students will then learn how genetic variation, natural selection, and environment lead to adaptations in organisms. They will also classify organisms based on their physical and developmental characteristics. Further, this course will introduce students to the basic concepts of biochemistry. Students will develop models to study photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Toward the latter part of this course, students will learn about the factors that affect the biodiversity of an ecosystem and solve a biodiversity problem. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Virginia Earth Science A/B

This course is a study in the structure of Earth and the planet’s role in the solar system and the universe. Students will use observations, historical data, and physical evidence to describe the natural processes that occur around them and in distant space. The course covers topics such as the Sun-Earth-Moon system, plate tectonics, interactions between Earth’s subsystems, and weather and climate. Using scientific inquiry, the course prepares students to think critically and responsibly, helping them devise solutions for preserving Earth and its systems.

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Career and Technical Education

Courses

Accounting A/B

The Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies accounting as one of the best careers for job growth in the next decade. This course empowers high school students with the essential skills they need to understand accounting basics. Lessons include Account Types (assets, liabilities, expenses, etc.), Fundamentals of Bookkeeping, Financial Statements, and Careers in Accounting. Engaging and relevant, this course particularly helps both those students with an accounting career orientation, and those in need of an overview of essential accounting principles.

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Alabama Career Preparedness A/B
This course is designed to enable all students to develop a deep understanding of career preparedness. Covering such essentials as developing and practicing a strong work ethic, time management, communication, teamwork, and the fundamentals of workplace organizations, Alabama Career Preparedness develops not just essential skills, but the confidence in themselves and their abilities to present themselves that your students need as they prepare to embark on their chosen careers.
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Applied Medical Terminology A/B

Built on the same sound pedagogy and proven course design methodologies as all of our courses, Medical Terminology helps students understand the structure and meaning of medical terms and identify medical terminology associated with various body systems. As the health care industry becomes more and more complex, developing expertise in accurately and efficiently identifying medical terms and their specific application is essential to a growing variety of health care careers. This course begins to prepare your students for those careers. 

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Audio Video Production 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of audio video production. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on pre-production, production, and post-production audio and video activities. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Audio Video Production 2 A/B

This course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop the knowledge and skills related to audio video techniques that they can use in their careers. This course discusses the elements of audio video production, preproduction activities, media production techniques, and postproduction activities. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Audio Video Production 3 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to students understand the basic concepts in audio video manufacturing. Students will learn about preproduction techniques, advanced production techniques, advanced post-production techniques, mastering production techniques, special effects and animation, careers, and audio video production laws. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in audio video production.

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Business Information Management A/B

This course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop information management skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. This course discusses career opportunities available in Business Information Management, computing technology for business, connecting through the internet, working with documents, working with spreadsheets, working with a presentation program, working with databases, web page design, and project management. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the business information management industry.

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California Accounting A/B

The Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies accounting as one of the best careers for job growth in the next decade. This course empowers high school students with the essential skills they need to understand accounting basics. Lessons include Account Types (assets, liabilities, expenses, etc.), Fundamentals of Bookkeeping, Financial Statements, and Careers in Accounting. Engaging and relevant, this course particularly helps both those students with an accounting career orientation, and those in need of an overview of essential accounting principles.

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California Applied Medical Terminology A/B

The course is based on California state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the healthcare industry.  Semester A will help students identify and understand the medical terminology used for various diseases and medical procedures related to each body system.  Semester B will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on personal and employability skills.  Additionally, the students will learn how to implement technology and healthcare tools to collate data and determine treatments.

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California Audio Video Production 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of audio video production. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on pre-production, production, and post-production audio and video activities. The course is based on California state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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California Audio Video Production 2 A/B

This California course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop the knowledge and skills related to audio video techniques that they can use in their careers. This course discusses the elements of audio video production, preproduction activities, media production techniques, and postproduction activities. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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California Audio Video Production 3 A/B

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to students understand the basic concepts in audio video manufacturing. Students will learn about preproduction techniques, advanced production techniques, advanced post-production techniques, mastering production techniques, special effects and animation, careers, and audio video production laws. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in audio video production.

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California Business Information Management A/B

This California course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop information management skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. This course discusses career opportunities available in Business Information Management, computing technology for business, connecting through the internet, working with documents, working with spreadsheets, working with a presentation program, working with databases, web page design, and project management. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the business information management industry.

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California Career Explorations

The 21 lessons and additional activities in this one-semester course are fundamental to ensuring career readiness on the part of your students. Covering such essentials as developing and practicing a strong work ethic, time management, communication, teamwork, and the fundamentals of workplace organizations, California Career Explorations develops not just essential skills, but the confidence in themselves and their abilities to present themselves that your students need as they prepare to embark on their chosen careers.  

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California Child Development

As adulthood and its accompanying responsibilities become closer for many of your students, this one-semester course with 12 lessons introduces them to the basics of parenting. Students will learn the nuances of parenting including learning about prenatal and postnatal care and gain insights on the nurture of children. Students will also learn about the importance of positive parenting skills, parent-child communication, and ways to use community resources for effective parenting. Activities will help your students connect leading research to real-life experience.

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California Computer Programming 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable students at the high school level to develop skills and knowledge in computer science that they can use in their careers.  Semester A has the course Principles of Information Technology as a pre-requisite. It covers concepts involved in computer programming and the software development life cycle (SDLC).  This course is aligned to California state standards.

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California Computing for College and Careers A/B

This course is designed to enable students at the high school level to develop skills and knowledge in computer science that they can use in their careers. This course serves as a pre-requisite for California Principles of Information Technology. It covers concepts involved in computer programming.  It is aligned to California state standards.

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California Culinary Arts A/B

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of culinary arts. Students will trace the origin and development of the culinary arts. They will also discuss important contributions made by chefs, notable culinary figures, and entrepreneurs. They’ll analyze how trends in society influence trends in the food service industry. In addition, they’ll examine the social and economic significance of the food service industry. This course also covers topics in health, sanitation, and sanitation, culinary skills, and more. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the culinary industry.

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California Digital and Interactive Media A/B

This is an effective and comprehensive introduction to careers in the rapidly expanding world of digital art. The course covers creative and practical aspects of digital art in 15 lessons that are enhanced with online discussions and a variety of activities. Beginning with a history of digital art, the course goes on to issues of design, color, and layout. While students will experience creation of digital art, they will also learn about converting traditional art to digital formats. The California course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the digital media industry.

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California Drafting and Design A/B

From the history of drafting and design to a look at the latest in the industry's latest computer-aided tools, this California course gives your students a comprehensive look at a dynamic and in-demand career. With 14 effective lessons and five engaging activities that lead to mastery of the course content, the course review and end of course assessment help ensure that mastery. The course features skill-embedded content that connects student learning to real-life experiences.

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California Electronic Communication Skills

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on California state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education.

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California Entrepreneurship A/B

This California course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students understand the roles and attributes of an entrepreneur, marketing and its components, selling process, and operations management. This course discusses entrepreneurship and the economy, marketing fundamentals, managing customers, production and operations management, money, and business law and taxation.

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California Essential Career Skills

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on California state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education. 

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California Graphic Design and Illustration A/B

This California course will help students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on topics such as history of graphic design, types of digital images, graphic design tools, storing and manipulating images, design elements and principles, copyright laws, and printing images. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the graphic design industry.

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California Health Science 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body. The course is based on California Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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California Health Science 2 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body.  The course is based on California Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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California Introduction to Finance

This California course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop financial skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. Financial literacy is an increasingly essential capability as students prepare for the workforce, and this 18-lesson course provides the information they need to determine if a career in finance is right for them. The course uses games and online discussions to effectively facilitate learning, while introducing your learners to a variety of topics, including investment strategies, money management, asset valuation, and personal finance. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the finance industry.

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California Marketing, Advertising, and Sales

Issues in marketing, advertising, and sales promotion are evolving rapidly in an increasingly digital environment. This California course effectively helps your students prepare for a career in that environment through a comprehensive look at essential marketing principles, interactive tools and channels, and the growing impact of data in marketing and advertising. Simple to manage and easy to customize, the course provides an overview of all of the fundamental topics necessary to effectively put your students on a career path that unleashes their creativity and develops and leverages their critical thinking skills.

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California Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources A/B

Throughout this California course, your students will learn about various career options in the agriculture, food, and natural resources industries. They will learn about technology, safety, and regulatory issues in agricultural science. They will also learn about some topics related to agriculture, such as international agriculture and world trade, sustainability, environmental management, research, development, and future trends in the industry. The course helps students navigate the rising demand for sustainable food sources while also meeting the challenge of producing higher yields to feed a growing world.

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California Principles of Architecture and Construction A/B

This interactive California course empowers students with the knowledge to appreciate and evaluate career opportunities in architecture and construction. With an emphasis on developing critical thinking skills, this one-semester course includes a variety of activities as students learn about structures and loads, materials and costs, urban design, and other aspects of these fascinating career opportunities. This easy-to-manage course will help build a solid foundation for their career options.

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California Principles of Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications A/B

This California course appeals to your students' familiarity with a variety of sensory inputs and stimulus. With an emphasis on visual arts, the 14 lessons introduce learners to careers in design, photography, performing arts, fashion, and journalism, among others. This engaging course covers inherently engaging topics that will stimulate your students as they consider careers in which the arts, technology, and communications intersect.

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California Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance A/B

This California course has a broad application for almost every career path that your students might choose. This course supplies both essential career skills and life skills. Designed for early high school students, the course offers you the flexibility to customize it to the unique needs of your program and your students. Interactive games and other engaging online and offline activities make practical real-life application of essential business principles understandable useful in the daily lives of your students and in the careers that they choose.

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California Principles of Education and Training A/B

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunities in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technologyy in education.The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

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California Principles of Engineering and Technology A/B

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunities in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technolgy in education.The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

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California Principles of Government and Public Administration A/B

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of government and public administration. Students explore career opportunities in the field of government and public administration. They also learn about the career-related skills, such as job acquisition skills, reading and writing, and mathematics they need to possess as professionals in this field. They learn about the safe and healthy working conditions necessary in the field of government and public administration. This course covers topics such as: the influence of geography and technology, and networking and communication as they relate to government and public administration. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in government and public administration industry.

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California Principles of Health Science A/B

With an engaging and interactive instructional approach, this rigorous course provides your students with a comprehensive overview of health science topics and careers. Health science professionals are in increasing demand and of increasing interest, and this California course is an effective way to introduce students to the wide array of health science careers. Beginning with medical terminology, the course includes an overview of physiology and human homeostasis and more.

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California Principles of Hospitality and Tourism A/B

The hospitality and tourism industry offers a dynamic career path that will pique the interest of many of your students. This California course emphasizes learning the practical aspects of the industry and the development of critical-thinking skills that lead to real-world solutions. This 14-lesson one-semester course will introduce your students to an exciting industry and will help them evaluate and prepare for a career in this growing and exciting industry.

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California Principles of Human Services A/B

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge necessary in the human services industry. Students will learn about various personal characteristics that they need to demonstrate in the workplace, such as integrity, and positive work ethics. This course covers topics such as employability skills, counseling and mental health services, and consumer services. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the human services field.

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California Principles of Information Technology A/B

Building on the fundamentals learned in Information Technology 1A, this course takes the next steps in preparing learners for a career in information technology. Covering software, hardware, and implementation topics, the course also addresses the security and ethical issues that your students will face in an IT career. Combining lessons, online and offline activities, and interactive discussions, the course will provide a practical yet cutting edge look at the issues faced by leading IT professionals today and in the future. The course is based on California Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the information technology industry.

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California Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security A/B

For many reasons, high school students are drawn to learning about the careers addressed in this course. This California course includes 15 lessons that help students learn about careers that make a powerful impact in all of our lives. From criminal law to every phase of the trial process, the course moves on to include lessons on the correctional system and the implications of legal ethics and the constitution.

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California Principles of Manufacturing A/B

California Principles of Manufacturing is a course comprising of 15 lessons to help your students understand various manufacturing processes, concepts, and systems, and to introduce them to the various career paths available to them in manufacturing. This course emphasizes STEM principles while also covering practical aspects of manufacturing such as marketing and regulatory issues, as well as issues related to launching and managing a manufacturing business.

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California Principles of Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics A/B

In an increasingly interconnected world, this course will introduce your students to an industry that delivers what people want, when and how they want it. The TDL industry is essential to creating global economic growth through increasingly more efficient delivery of goods and services. This California course will help to develop both the quantitative and qualitative skills and knowledge required for students to prepare themselves for a successful TDL career. The course addresses the relevant logistical and geopolitical issues that impact global trade.

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California Professional Communications

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop communication skills they will need to be successful in a profession. Students learn about the key aspects of the communication process. They learn to apply communication protocol and appropriate language skills in professional and social communication. Students also explore effective strategies to address diversity in communication. Finally, students familiarize themselves with reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. This course covers topics such as commination in business organizations and technology for communication. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for communication in a wide range of professions.

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California Professional Photography A/B

Few recent technical innovations have changed an industry as fundamentally as digital photography has changed everything about the way we capture our lives in the way we take, edit, store, and share pictures. Digital Photography provides you with the flexibility to not only use it as an independent individual course or as a group or class course, but to also easily customize the course to the unique needs of your situation. The course combines 15 lessons with online discussions that promote the development of critical thinking skills as your students explore digital photography as an enriching activity or a career. The course is based on California Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the photography industry.

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California Sports and Entertainment Marketing

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop skills they will need to be successful in sports, entertainment, and recreational marketing professions. Students learn about the structure of a business firm and financial statements. Students also learn about the basics of sports, entertainment, and recreation marketing. Finally, students explore essential career skills, such as teamwork and time management. This course covers topics such as marketing staples, mapping markets, marketing communication, and making the sale. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in sports, entertainment, and recreational marketing field.

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California Web Technologies A/B

Whether they know it or not, almost all of your students have an interest in web design. This California course takes them inside the essentials of web design and helps them discover what makes a site truly engaging and interactive. Lessons such as Elements of Design, Effects of Color, and Typography help them understand the elements of effective and dynamic web design. The course covers the basics of HTML, CSS, and how to organize content, and helps to prepare them for a career in web design.

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Career Explorations

The 21 lessons and additional activities in this one-semester course are fundamental to ensuring career readiness on the part of your students. Covering such essentials as developing and practicing a strong work ethic, time management, communication, teamwork, and the fundamentals of workplace organizations, Career Explorations develops not just essential skills, but the confidence in themselves and their abilities to present themselves that your students need as they prepare to embark on their chosen careers.   

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Certified Nurse Aide A/B

The course is designed to enable students to learn the key skills and information that they need to work as certified nurse aides. The course will help students develop an understanding of the human body, physical and nutritional needs, mental health needs and teach them to provide culturally competent and quality care to clients in a safe and healthy environment. The course is based on the NNAAP Exam syllabus and is designed to prepare students to take the exam and become certified nurse aides.

The course has animations and videos that demonstrate key skills that students must acquire to work as nurse aides. The practice test at the end of the course gives students practice on the written exam that they’ll need to give to become certified nurse aides.

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Child Development & Parenting A/B

As adulthood and its accompanying responsibilities become closer for many of your students, this one-semester course with 12 lessons introduces them to the basics of parenting. Students will learn the nuances of parenting including learning about prenatal and postnatal care and gain insights on the nurture of children. Students will also learn about the importance of positive parenting skills, parent-child communication, and ways to use community resources for effective parenting. Activities will help your students connect leading research to real-life experience. 

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CompTIA A+ 220-901 Exam Preparation

This course is focused on the exam objectives of CompTIA A+ 220-901. Students will learn about computer hardware and networking. Students will learn about mobile devices and their features. Students will learn how to identify and troubleshoot problems related to hardware, networking, printers, storage devices, and mobile devices.

Unit activities in the course help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

Animations and screenshot based slideshows included in the lesson keep students engaged. Students can understand technical concepts very easily.

Simulations provide students a real computer environment to practice various procedural steps. These simulations emulate the CompTIA A+ performance based questions.

Practice Test at the end of the course help students to attempt questions that are similar to CompTIA A+ 220-901 certification exam.

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CompTIA A+ 220-902 Exam Preparation

This course is focused on the exam objectives of CompTIA A+ 220-902. Students will learn about Windows operating system and mobile operating systems. Students will learn about security, cloud computing, and operational procedures. Students will also learn how to identify and troubleshoot problems related to Windows operating system, security, and mobile operating systems.

Unit activities in the course help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

Animations and screenshot based slideshows included in the lesson keep students engaged. Students can understand technical concepts very easily.

Simulations provide students a real computer environment to practice various procedural steps. These simulations emulate the CompTIA A+ performance based questions.

Practice Test at the end of the course help students to attempt questions that are similar to CompTIA A+ 220-902 certification exam.

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Computer Programming 1 A/B

Part of the Courseware Career and Technical Education (CTE) Library, Computer Programming combines engaging online and offline activities in a rigorous one-semester course for your high school students who may be aspiring to technical careers.  Building on lessons covering the software development lifecycle and software development methodologies, the course uses online discussions, activities, and lessons to lead your students through additional key topics such as quality control, system implementation, and maintenance and the increasingly important issue of system security. 

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Computing for College & Careers A/B

This course is designed to enable students at the high school level to develop basic computer skills that they can use during their college education and also in their careers. This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education.

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Culinary Arts A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of culinary arts. Students will trace the origin and development of the culinary arts. They will also discuss important contributions made by chefs, notable culinary figures, and entrepreneurs. They’ll analyze how trends in society influence trends in the food service industry. In addition, they’ll examine the social and economic significance of the food service industry. This course also covers topics in health, sanitation, and sanitation, culinary skills, and more. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the culinary industry.

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Digital & Interactive Media A/B

This is an effective and comprehensive introduction to careers in the rapidly expanding world of digital art. The course covers creative and practical aspects of digital art in 15 lessons that are enhanced with online discussions and a variety of activities. Beginning with a history of digital art, the course goes on to issues of design, color, and layout. While students will experience creation of digital art, they will also learn about converting traditional art to digital formats. 

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Drafting & Design A/B

From the history of drafting and design to a look at the latest in the industry's latest computer-aided tools, this course gives your students a comprehensive look at a dynamic and in-demand career. With 14 effective lessons and five engaging activities that lead to mastery of the course content, the course review and end of course assessment help ensure that mastery. The course features skill-embedded content that connects student learning to real-life experiences. 

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Electronic Communication Skills

This semester-long course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education. It is designed to enable students at high school level to develop electronic communication skills that they can use in their careers.

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Entrepreneurship A/B

This course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students understand the roles and attributes of an entrepreneur, marketing and its components, selling process, and operations management. This course discusses entrepreneurship and the economy, marketing fundamentals, managing customers, production and operations management, money, and business law and taxation.

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Essential Career Skills

This course helps students understand and practice critical life and workplace readiness skills identified by employers, state boards of education, and Advance CTE. These skills include personal characteristics, such as positive work ethic, integrity, self-representation, and resourcefulness, as well as key people skills, communication skills, and broadly-applicable professional and technical skills. These skills are universally valuable but sometimes assumed or glossed over in more career-specific courses. For that reason, this provides students with a solid foundation in their career studies.

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Florida Accounting Applications 1 A/B

The Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies accounting as one of the best careers for job growth in the next decade. This Florida course empowers high school students with the essential skills they need to understand accounting basics. Lessons include Account Types (assets, liabilities, expenses, etc.), Fundamentals of Bookkeeping, Financial Statements, and Careers in Accounting. Engaging and relevant, this course particularly helps both those students with an accounting career orientation, and those in need of an overview of essential accounting principles.

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Florida Agriscience Foundations A/B

Throughout this Florida course, students will learn about various career options in the agriculture, food, and natural resources industries. They will learn about technology, safety, and regulatory issues in agricultural science. They will also learn about some topics related to agriculture, such as international agriculture and world trade, sustainability, environmental management, research, development, and future trends in the industry. The course helps students navigate the rising demand for sustainable food sources while also meeting the challenge of producing higher yields to feed a growing world.

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Florida Applied Computer Business Skills 1 A/B

This Florida course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop information management skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. This course discusses career opportunities available in Business Information Management, computing technology for business, connecting through the internet, working with documents, working with spreadsheets, working with a presentation program, working with databases, web page design, and project management. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the business information management industry.

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Florida Applied Medical Terminology A/B

The course is based on Florida state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the healthcare industry. Semester A focuses on the structure and functions of the human body systems, it will help students identify and understand the medical terminology used for various diseases and medical procedures related to each body system. Semester B will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on personal and employability skills. Additionally, the students will learn how to implement technology and healthcare tools to collate data and determine treatments.

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Florida Business Keyboarding

Florida Business Keyboarding falls under the Information Technology cluster. It is designed to enable students at high school level to develop electronic communication skills that they can use during in their careers. The course is based on Florida state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE). 

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Florida Child Development

Child Development is a one-semester course with 13 lessons that helps students learn about the various stages of child development as well as the factors that obstruct the healthy development of a child. The course covers various aspects related to family planning, pregnancy, prenatal, and postnatal care. It also covers the motor, cognitive, social, and emotional developmental stages and needs of infants, toddlers, preschool children, and school-age children. The course explores health and safety issues related to children and families and discusses parenting concerns. The course also discusses essential career skills, academic requirements, and career opportunities in the field of child development. The course combines a variety of content types, including lessons, activities, discussions, and games to appeal to a variety of learning styles and to help students develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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Florida Computing for College and Careers A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Florida state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education. 

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Florida Culinary Arts 1 A/B

This Florida course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of culinary arts. Students will trace the origin and development of the culinary arts. They will also discuss important contributions made by chefs, notable culinary figures, and entrepreneurs. They’ll analyze how trends in society influence trends in the food service industry. In addition, they’ll examine the social and economic significance of the food service industry. This course also covers topics in health, sanitation, and sanitation, culinary skills, and more. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the culinary industry.

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Florida Digital Design 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn concepts and techniques of graphic design. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on topics such as history of graphic design, types of digital images, graphic design tools, storing and manipulating images, design elements and principles, copyright laws, and printing images. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the graphic design industry.

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Florida Digital Media/Multimedia Foundations 1 A/B

This is an effective and comprehensive introduction to careers in the rapidly expanding world of digital art. The course covers creative and practical aspects of digital art in 15 lessons that are enhanced with online discussions and a variety of activities. Beginning with a history of digital art, the course goes on to issues of design, color, and layout. While students will experience creation of digital art, they will also learn about converting traditional art to digital formats. This Florida course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the digital media industry.

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Florida Digital Photography 1 A/B

Few recent technical innovations have changed an industry as fundamentally as digital photography has changed everything about the way we capture our lives in the way we take, edit, store, and share pictures. Digital Photography provides you with the flexibility to not only use it as an independent individual course or as a group or class course, but to also easily customize the course to the unique needs of your situation. The course combines 15 lessons with online discussions that promote the development of critical thinking skills as your students explore digital photography as an enriching activity or a career.  The course is based on Florida Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the photography industry.

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Florida Digital Video Production 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of audio video production. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on pre-production, production, and post-production audio and video activities. The course is based on Florida state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Florida Digital Video Production 2 A/B

This Florida course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop the knowledge and skills related to audio video techniques that they can use in their careers. This course discusses the elements of audio video production, preproduction activities, media production techniques, and postproduction activities. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Florida Digital Video Production 3 A/B

This Florida course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to students understand the basic concepts in audio video manufacturing. Students will learn about preproduction techniques, advanced production techniques, advanced post-production techniques, mastering production techniques, special effects and animation, careers, and audio video production laws. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in audio video production.

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Florida Drafting 1 A/B

From the history of drafting and design to a look at the latest in the industry's latest computer-aided tools, this Florida course gives your students a comprehensive look at a dynamic and in-demand career. With 14 effective lessons and five engaging activities that lead to mastery of the course content, the course review and end of course assessment help ensure that mastery. The course features skill-embedded content that connects student learning to real-life experiences.

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Florida Essential Career Skills

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Florida state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education.

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Florida Foundations of Programming A/B

This course is designed to enable students at the high school level to develop skills and knowledge in computer science that they can use in their careers. Semester A has the course Florida Introduction to Information Technology as a pre-requisite. It covers concepts involved in computer programming and the software development life cycle (SDLC).  This course is aligned to Florida state standards.

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Florida Fundamentals of Careers in Education

This Florida course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunites in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technolgy in education.The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

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Florida Fundamentals of Finance

This Florida course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop financial skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. Financial literacy is an increasingly essential capability as students prepare for the workforce, and this 18-lesson course provides the information they need to determine if a career in finance is right for them. The course uses games and online discussions to effectively facilitate learning, while introducing your learners to a variety of topics, including investment strategies, money management, asset valuation, and personal finance. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the finance industry.

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Florida Fundamentals of Government and Public Administration

This Florida course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of government and public administration. Students explore career opportunities in the field of government and public administration. They also learn about the career-related skills, such as job acquisition skills, reading and writing, and mathematics they need to possess as professionals in this field. They learn about the safe and healthy working conditions necessary in the field of government and public administration. This course covers topics such as: the influence of geography and technology, and networking and communication as they relate to government and public administration. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in government and public administration industry.

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Florida Fundamentals of Human Service Careers

This one-semester course is designed to prepare students for a career in the human services industry. Students get an overview of the wide range of fields within this industry. The course introduces students to childcare and child development by discussing childbirth, postnatal care, the needs of children at different stages of development, issues related to child abuse, and available legal and community resources for individuals and families in need. The course also explores consumer rights. Students also get an understanding of common mental health issues and available mental health services. The course discusses career opportunities in various fields of human services such as mental health, personal care, and agriculture. It also discusses job acquisition and advancement skills. The course appeals to students with different learning styles as it includes activities, discussions, and games.

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Florida Health Science 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body.  The course is based on Florida Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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Florida Health Science 2 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body.  The course is based on Florida Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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Florida Intro to Arts, A/V Technology, Communication, & Career Planning

This Florida course appeals to your students' familiarity with a variety of sensory inputs and stimulus. With an emphasis on visual arts, the 14 lessons introduce learners to careers in design, photography, performing arts, fashion, and journalism, among others. This engaging course covers inherently engaging topics that will stimulate your students as they consider careers in which the arts, technology, and communications intersect.

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Florida Introduction to Architecture, Construction and Career Planning

This interactive Florida course empowers students with the knowledge to appreciate and evaluate career opportunities in architecture and construction. With an emphasis on developing critical thinking skills, this one-semester course includes a variety of activities as students learn about structures and loads, materials and costs, urban design, and other aspects of these fascinating career opportunities. This easy-to-manage course will help build a solid foundation for their career options.

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Florida Introduction to Business, Management and Administration

This Florida course has a broad application for almost every career path that your students might choose. This course supplies both essential career skills and life skills. Designed for early high school students, the course offers you the flexibility to customize it to the unique needs of your program and your students. Interactive games and other engaging online and offline activities make practical real-life application of essential business principles understandable useful in the daily lives of your students and in the careers that they choose.

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Florida Introduction to Health Science

With an engaging and interactive instructional approach, this rigorous course provides your students with a comprehensive overview of health science topics and careers. Health science professionals are in increasing demand and of increasing interest, and this Florida course is an effective way to introduce students to the wide array of health science careers. Beginning with medical terminology, the course includes an overview of physiology and human homeostasis and more.

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Florida Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism A/B

The hospitality and tourism industry offers a dynamic career path that will pique the interest of many of your students. This Florida course emphasizes learning the practical aspects of the industry and the development of critical-thinking skills that lead to real-world solutions. This 14-lesson one-semester course will introduce your students to an exciting industry and will help them evaluate and prepare for a career in this growing and exciting industry.

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Florida Introduction to Information Technology A/B

Building on the fundamentals learned in Information Technology 1A, this course takes the next steps in preparing learners for a career in information technology. Covering software, hardware, and implementation topics, the course also addresses the security and ethical issues that your students will face in an IT career. Combining lessons, online and offline activities, and interactive discussions, the course will provide a practical yet cutting edge look at the issues faced by leading IT professionals today and in the future. The course is based on Florida Education standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the information technology industry.

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Florida Introduction to Law, Public Safety and Security

For many reasons, high school students are drawn to learning about the careers addressed in this course. This Florida course includes 15 lessons that help students learn about careers that make a powerful impact in all of our lives. From criminal law to every phase of the trial process, the course moves on to include lessons on the correctional system and the implications of legal ethics and the constitution.

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Florida Introduction to Manufacturing

This one-semester course is intended to help you familiarize yourself with the evolution of manufacturing and computer-aided design, describe manufacturing processes and quality control systems, understand the importance of maintenance, and identify key professional and personal skills that are helpful in having a successful career in the field of manufacturing. This course has twenty-one lessons organized into five units. Each unit has a Unit Activity and each lesson contains one or more Lesson Activities.

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Florida Introduction to Technology

This Florida course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunites in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technolgy in education.The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

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Florida Introduction to Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

In an increasingly interconnected world, this course will introduce your students to an industry that delivers what people want, when and how they want it. The TDL industry is essential to creating global economic growth through increasingly more efficient delivery of goods and services. This California course will help to develop both the quantitative and qualitative skills and knowledge required for students to prepare themselves for a successful TDL career. The course addresses the relevant logistical and geopolitical issues that impact global trade.

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Florida Marketing Essentials A/B

Issues in marketing, advertising, and sales promotion are evolving rapidly in an increasingly digital environment. This Florida course effectively helps your students prepare for a career in that environment through a comprehensive look at essential marketing principles, interactive tools and channels, and the growing impact of data in marketing and advertising. Simple to manage and easy to customize, the course provides an overview of all of the fundamental topics necessary to effectively put your students on a career path that unleashes their creativity and develops and leverages their critical thinking skills.

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Florida Nutrition and Wellness

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in nutriton and wellness.

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Florida Orientation to Career Clusters

The 21 lessons and additional activities in this one-semester course are fundamental to ensuring career readiness on the part of your students. Covering such essentials as developing and practicing a strong work ethic, time management, communication, teamwork, and the fundamentals of workplace organizations, Florida Career Explorations develops not just essential skills, but the confidence in themselves and their abilities to present themselves that your students need as they prepare to embark on their chosen careers. 

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Florida Parenting Skills

As adulthood and its accompanying responsibilities become closer for many of your students, this one-semester course with 12 lessons introduces them to the basics of parenting. Students will learn the nuances of parenting including learning about prenatal and postnatal care and gain insights on the nurture of children. Students will also learn about the importance of positive parenting skills, parent-child communication, and ways to use community resources for effective parenting. Activities will help your students connect leading research to real-life experience.

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Florida Personal and Family Finance

Financial literacy is an increasingly essential capability as students prepare for the workforce, and this 18-lesson Florida course provides the information they need to determine if a career in finance is right for them. The course uses games and online discussions to effectively facilitate learning, while introducing your learners to a variety of topics, including investment strategies, money management, asset valuation, and personal finance.

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Florida Physical Education

This course’s three units are aligned to Florida standards and include Getting Active, Improving Performance, and Lifestyle. Unit activities elevate students’ self-awareness of their health and well-being while examining topics such as diet and mental health and exploring websites and other resources. In addition to being effective as a stand-alone course, the components can be easily integrated into other health and wellness courses.

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Florida Principles of Entrepreneurship A/B

This Florida course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students understand the roles and attributes of an entrepreneur, marketing and its components, selling process, and operations management. This course discusses entrepreneurship and the economy, marketing fundamentals, managing customers, production and operations management, money, and business law and taxation.

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Florida Professional Communications

This Florida course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop communication skills they will need to be successful in a profession. Students learn about the key aspects of the communication process. They learn to apply communication protocol and appropriate language skills in professional and social communication. Students also explore effective strategies to address diversity in communication. Finally, students familiarize themselves with reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. This course covers topics such as commination in business organizations and technology for communication. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for communication in a wide range of professions.

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Florida Web Technologies A/B

Whether they know it or not, almost all of your students have an interest in web design. This Florida course takes them inside the essentials of web design and helps them discover what makes a site truly engaging and interactive. Lessons such as Elements of Design, Effects of Color, and Typography help them understand the elements of effective and dynamic web design. The course covers the basics of HTML, CSS, and how to organize content, and helps to prepare them for a career in web design.

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Game Development

Are any of your students gamers? That's what we thought. In this course, they'll learn the ins and outs of game development to prepare them for a career in the field. Whether it is the history of video games, character development, mobile game design, user interface design, social gaming, or the principles of development design and methodologies, this 20-lesson course covers it all. As you might guess, games are included in the course to enhance the learning experience and help assess student progress. While fun and highly engaging, the course focuses on laying a strong foundation for a career in game development.

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Graphic Design & Illustration A/B

This course will help students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on topics such as history of graphic design, types of digital images, graphic design tools, storing and manipulating images, design elements and principles, copyright laws, and printing images. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the graphic design industry.

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Health Science 1 A/B

The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.  Semester A is designed to enable all students at the high-school level to understand the basic structure and function of the human body and it will help the students identify and analyze the diseases and medical procedures related to each body system.  Semester B will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body.

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Health Science 2 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high-school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the academic qualifications, personal skills, training, and use of healthcare tools required to work in the healthcare industry. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the healthcare industry.

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International Business

International Business is a one-semester course that covers the fundamentals of international business, international business transactions, and how a business can go global. In this course, students will learn about what international business is and how globalization has impacted it. They will learn about global trade and investment policies, and politics and laws that impact international business. Students will also learn about the International Monetary Fund, foreign exchange and global capital markets, key world economies, and economic cooperation across countries. The course also covers strategies to enter the international market along with factors like strategic planning, marketing, global sourcing, and logistics, human resource management, and employability skills. Students also learn about the cultural elements involved in conducting international business. Online discussions and course activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills, while the included games appeal to a variety of learning styles and keep students engaged.

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Introduction to Android Mobile App Development

This course is designed to introduce students to the process involved in creating a mobile app. Students learn about history of and upcoming trends in mobile app development. They explore career options in mobile app development and describe skills and training required for mobile app development. They also describe the types of apps available in the market. Moreover, they learn about platforms for developing Android mobile apps. Further, they learn about the Android development environment. Finally, they create the user interface of an app and make it interactive in Android Studio.

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Introduction to Criminology

Introduction to Criminology is a one-semester course with 14 lessons that cover the theories related to criminology. The target audience for this course is high school students. This course covers subject areas such as: classical theory, positivist theory, punishing offenders, routine activity theory, labeling theory, social disorganization theory, peacemaking criminology, and many more.

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Introduction to Cybersecurity

This Elective course introduces students to the field of cybersecurity, focusing primarily on personal computer use and vulnerabilities while also highlighting the wider scope of cybersecurity from a societal and career perspective. Specific topics include computer security, VPN and wireless security, risk management, and laws, standards, and ethics related to cybersecurity.

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Introduction to Finance

This course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop financial skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. Financial literacy is an increasingly essential capability as students prepare for the workforce, and this 18-lesson course provides the information they need to determine if a career in finance is right for them. The course uses games and online discussions to effectively facilitate learning, while introducing your learners to a variety of topics, including investment strategies, money management, asset valuation, and personal finance. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the finance industry.

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Introduction to iOS Mobile App Development

This course is designed to introduce students to the process involved in creating an app. Students learn about history of and upcoming trends in mobile app development. They explore career options in mobile app development and describe skills and training required for mobile app development. They also describe the types of apps available in the market. Moreover, they learn about various platforms for developing iOS mobile apps. Further, they learn about the iOS development environment. Finally, they create the user interface of an app and make it interactive in Xcode.

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Marketing, Advertising, & Sales

Issues in marketing, advertising, and sales promotion are evolving rapidly in an increasingly digital environment. This course effectively helps your students prepare for a career in that environment through a comprehensive look at essential marketing principles, interactive tools and channels, and the growing impact of data in marketing and advertising. Simple to manage and easy to customize, the course provides an overview of all of the fundamental topics necessary to effectively put your students on a career path that unleashes their creativity and develops and leverages their critical thinking skills. 

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North Carolina Career Management A/B

The 21 lessons and additional activities in this one-semester course are fundamental to ensuring career readiness on the part of your students. Covering such essentials as developing and practicing a strong work ethic, time management, communication, teamwork, and the fundamentals of workplace organizations, Career Explorations develops not just essential skills, but the confidence in themselves and their abilities to present themselves that your students need as they prepare to embark on their chosen careers.

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North Carolina Entrepreneurship 1 A/B

This course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students understand the roles and attributes of an entrepreneur, marketing and its components, selling process, and operations management. This course discusses entrepreneurship and the economy, marketing fundamentals, managing customers, production and operations management, money, and business law and taxation.

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North Carolina Occupational Preparation I A/B

North Carolina Occupational Preparation 1 introduces students to behaviors, habits, and attitudes needed to gain and maintain employment in their career choice. The lessons and activities direct students in developing a work ethic, learning job-seeking skills, and in self-management and decision-making skills. The course covers workplace behavior, health and safety, communication skills, workplace laws, and professional skills, as well as how to choose and begin a career.

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North Carolina Principles of Business & Finance A/B

This course has a broad application for almost every career path that your students might choose. This course supplies both essential career skills and life skills. Designed for early high school students, the course offers you the flexibility to customize it to the unique needs of your program and your students. Interactive games and other engaging online and offline activities make practical real-life application of essential business principles understandable useful in the daily lives of your students and in the careers that they choose.

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North Carolina Principles of Hospitality and Tourism, Semester A/B

This two-semester course gives students in-depth knowledge of the hospitality and tourism industry. It explores various aspects of the hospitality and tourism industry. It takes students through the interesting history of this industry, right from medieval times to present times. The course gives students an overview of the food service industry, the lodging industry, the recreation, conventions, and events industry, and the tourism industry. It also gives students a strong knowledge base in various aspects related to the hospitality industry such as methods of food preparation, customer service, safety and legal issues, and sales and marketing. The course also discusses important aspects related to a student's career such as interpersonal skills and professional skills. In addition, the course gives a glimpse into various career opportunities and discusses career preparation, career advancement, and work ethics.  The course appeals to students with different learning styles as it includes activities, discussions, and games.

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North Carolina Principles of Human Services, Semester A/B

This two-semester course prepares students for a career in the human services industry. Semester A helps students gain confidence as it takes them through the important skills they need in order to get a job and to advance in their career. It also gives students an understanding of common mental health issues. It discusses available mental health services and explores ways to prevent and deal with domestic violence. Semester B delves into the various stages of child development and the care that a child needs at each stage. It discusses health and nutrition, the role of individual family members, and legal and community resources available for individuals and families. This semester also explores careers in personal care services, agricultural science, and the education pathway. The course appeals to students with different learning styles as it includes activities, discussions, and games.

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Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources A/B

Throughout this course, your students will learn about various career options in the agriculture, food, and natural resources industries. They will learn about technology, safety, and regulatory issues in agricultural science. They will also learn about some topics related to agriculture, such as international agriculture and world trade, sustainability, environmental management, research, development, and future trends in the industry. The course helps students navigate the rising demand for sustainable food sources while also meeting the challenge of producing higher yields to feed a growing world. 

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Principles of Architecture and Construction

This interactive course empowers students with the knowledge to appreciate and evaluate career opportunities in architecture and construction. With an emphasis on developing critical thinking skills, this one-semester course includes a variety of activities as students learn about structures and loads, materials and costs, urban design, and other aspects of these fascinating career opportunities. This easy-to-manage course will help build a solid foundation for their career options.

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Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, & Communications A/B

This course appeals to your students' familiarity with a variety of sensory inputs and stimulus. With an emphasis on visual arts, the 14 lessons introduce learners to careers in design, photography, performing arts, fashion, and journalism, among others. This engaging course covers inherently engaging topics that will stimulate your students as they consider careers in which the arts, technology, and communications intersect.

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Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance A/B

This course has a broad application for almost every career path that your students might choose. This course supplies both essential career skills and life skills. Designed for early high school students, the course offers you the flexibility to customize it to the unique needs of your program and your students. Interactive games and other engaging online and offline activities make practical real-life application of essential business principles understandable useful in the daily lives of your students and in the careers that they choose. 

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Principles of Education & Training A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunities in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technology in education.The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

 

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Principles of Engineering & Technology A/B

This easy-to-manage course provides students with essential STEM knowledge and an effective overview of STEM careers. The course's 15 lessons are interspersed with activities and online discussions that engage learners and promote understanding and achievement. Topics covered include biotechnology, mechanics, and fluid and thermal systems. The concluding lesson provides a valuable overview of the overall engineering design process.

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Principles of Government & Public Administration A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of government and public administration. Students explore career opportunities in the field of government and public administration. They also learn about the career-related skills, such as job acquisition skills, reading and writing, and mathematics they need to possess as professionals in this field. They learn about the safe and healthy working conditions necessary in the field of government and public administration. This course covers topics such as: the influence of geography and technology, and networking and communication as they relate to government and public administration. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in government and public administration industry.

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Principles of Health Science A/B

With an engaging and interactive instructional approach, this rigorous course provides your students with a comprehensive overview of health science topics and careers. Health science professionals are in increasing demand and of increasing interest, and this semester-long course is an effective way to introduce students to the wide array of health science careers. Beginning with medical terminology, the course includes an overview of physiology and human homeostasis and more.

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Principles of Hospitality & Tourism A/B

The hospitality and tourism industry offers a dynamic career path that will pique the interest of many of your students. This course emphasizes learning the practical aspects of the industry and the development of critical-thinking skills that lead to real-world solutions. This 14-lesson course will introduce your students to an exciting industry and will help them evaluate and prepare for a career in this growing and exciting industry.

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Principles of Human Services A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge necessary in the human services industry. Students will learn about various personal characteristics that they need to demonstrate in the workplace, such as integrity, and positive work ethics. This course covers topics such as employability skills, counseling and mental health services, and consumer services. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the human services field.

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Principles of Information Technology A/B

Building on the fundamentals learned in Information Technology 1A, this course takes the next steps in preparing learners for a career in information technology. Covering software, hardware, and implementation topics, the course also addresses the security and ethical issues that your students will face in an IT career. Combining lessons, online and offline activities, and interactive discussions, the course will provide a practical yet cutting edge look at the issues faced by leading IT professionals today and in the future. 

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Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security A/B

For many reasons, high school students are drawn to learning about the careers addressed in this course. This course includes 15 lessons that help students learn about careers that make a powerful impact in all of our lives. From criminal law to every phase of the trial process, the course moves on to include lessons on the correctional system and the implications of legal ethics and the constitution.

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Principles of Manufacturing A/B

Principles of Manufacturing is a course comprising of 15 lessons to help your students understand various manufacturing processes, concepts, and systems, and to introduce them to the various career paths available to them in manufacturing. This course emphasizes STEM principles while also covering practical aspects of manufacturing such as marketing and regulatory issues, as well as issues related to launching and managing a manufacturing business. 

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Principles of Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics A/B

In an increasingly interconnected world, this course will introduce your students to an industry that delivers what people want, when and how they want it. The TDL industry is essential to creating global economic growth through increasingly more efficient delivery of goods and services. This course will help to develop both the quantitative and qualitative skills and knowledge required for students to prepare themselves for a successful TDL career. The course addresses the relevant logistical and geopolitical issues that impact global trade.

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Professional Communications

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop communication skills they will need to be successful in a profession. Students learn about the key aspects of the communication process. They learn to apply communication protocol and appropriate language skills in professional and social communication. Students also explore effective strategies to address diversity in communication. Finally, students familiarize themselves with reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. This course covers topics such as commination in business organizations and technology for communication. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for communication in a wide range of professions.

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Professional Photography A/B

Few recent technical innovations have changed an industry as fundamentally as digital photography has changed everything about the way we capture our lives in the way we take, edit, store, and share pictures. Digital Photography provides you with the flexibility to not only use it as an independent individual course or as a group or class course, but to also easily customize the course to the unique needs of your situation. The course combines 15 lessons with online discussions that promote the development of critical thinking skills as your students explore digital photography as an enriching activity or a career. 

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Robotics I A/B

This two-semester course is focused on the concepts related to robots and how to construct a robot. Students will learn about the history and applications of robotics. Students will learn about the job opportunities and employability skills in the field of robotics. Students will also learn about the basic concepts of six simple machines, electricity, electronic circuits, Boolean algebra, magnetics, and their applicability to robotics. Students will apply safety procedures and construct a simple robot. Students will also learn about project management and engineering design process. Students will learn about the programming languages used in robotics. Students will create a simple robotic arm. Students will also construct a robot using programming. Student will learn about ethics and laws related to robotics. Students will also learn how to test and maintain a robot. Online discussions and unit activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills, while the included games appeal to a variety of learning styles and keep students engaged.

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Sports & Entertainment Marketing

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop skills they will need to be successful in sports, entertainment, and recreational marketing professions. Students learn about the structure of a business firm and financial statements. Students also learn about the basics of sports, entertainment, and recreation marketing. Finally, students explore essential career skills, such as teamwork and time management. This course covers topics such as marketing staples, mapping markets, marketing communication, and making the sale. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in sports, entertainment, and recreational marketing field.

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Texas Accounting 1 A/B

The Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies accounting as one of the best careers for job growth in the next decade. This Texas course empowers high school students with the essential skills they need to understand accounting basics. Lessons include Account Types (assets, liabilities, expenses, etc.), Fundamentals of Bookkeeping, Financial Statements, and Careers in Accounting. Engaging and relevant, this course particularly helps both those students with an accounting career orientation, and those in need of an overview of essential accounting principles.

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Texas Advanced Audio/Video Production A/B

This course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop the knowledge and skills related to audio video techniques that they can use in their careers. This course discusses the elements of audio video production, preproduction activities, media production techniques, and postproduction activities. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Texas Advanced Audio/Video Production C/D

This Texas course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to students understand the basic concepts in audio video manufacturing. Students will learn about preproduction techniques, advanced production techniques, advanced post-production techniques, mastering production techniques, special effects and animation, careers, and audio video production laws. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in audio video production.

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Texas Advertising

Issues in marketing, advertising, and sales promotion are evolving rapidly in an increasingly digital environment. This course effectively helps your students prepare for a career in that environment through a comprehensive look at essential marketing principles, interactive tools and channels, and the growing impact of data in marketing and advertising. Simple to manage and easy to customize, the course provides an overview of all of the fundamental topics necessary to effectively put your students on a career path that unleashes their creativity and develops and leverages their critical thinking skills.

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Texas Audio Video Production 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of audio video production. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on pre-production, production, and post-production audio and video activities. The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Texas Business Information Management 1 A/B

This Texas course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop information management skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. This course discusses career opportunities available in Business Information Management, computing technology for business, connecting through the internet, working with documents, working with spreadsheets, working with a presentation program, working with databases, web page design, and project management. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the business information management industry.

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Texas Child Development

As adulthood and its accompanying responsibilities become closer for many of your students, this one-semester course with 12 lessons introduces them to the basics of parenting. Students will learn the nuances of parenting including learning about prenatal and postnatal care and gain insights on the nurture of children. Students will also learn about the importance of positive parenting skills, parent-child communication, and ways to use community resources for effective parenting. Activities will help your students connect leading research to real-life experience.

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Texas College and Career Readiness

The 21 lessons and additional activities in this one-semester course are fundamental to ensuring career readiness on the part of your students. Covering such essentials as developing and practicing a strong work ethic, time management, communication, teamwork, and the fundamentals of workplace organizations, Career Explorations develops not just essential skills, but the confidence in themselves and their abilities to present themselves that your students need as they prepare to embark on their chosen careers.  

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Texas Commercial Photography, Semester A/B

Few recent technical innovations have changed an industry as fundamentally as digital photography has changed everything about the way we capture our lives in the way we take, edit, store, and share pictures. Digital Photography provides you with the flexibility to not only use it as an independent individual course or as a group or class course, but to also easily customize the course to the unique needs of your situation. The course combines 15 lessons with online discussions that promote the development of critical thinking skills as your students explore digital photography as an enriching activity or a career.  The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the photography industry.

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Texas Computer Programming, Semester A/B

This course is designed to enable students at the high school level to develop skills and knowledge in computer science that they can use in their careers.  Semester A has the course Principles of Information Technology as a pre-requisite. It covers concepts involved in computer programming and the software development life cycle (SDLC).  This course is aligned to Texas state standards.

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Texas Computing for College and Careers, Semester A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education.

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Texas Culinary Arts A/B

This Texas course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of culinary arts. Students will trace the origin and development of the culinary arts. They will also discuss important contributions made by chefs, notable culinary figures, and entrepreneurs. They’ll analyze how trends in society influence trends in the food service industry. In addition, they’ll examine the social and economic significance of the food service industry. This course also covers topics in health, sanitation, and sanitation, culinary skills, and more. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the culinary industry.

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Texas Digital and Interactive Media A/B

This is an effective and comprehensive introduction to careers in the rapidly expanding world of digital art. The course covers creative and practical aspects of digital art in 15 lessons that are enhanced with online discussions and a variety of activities. Beginning with a history of digital art, the course goes on to issues of design, color, and layout. While students will experience creation of digital art, they will also learn about converting traditional art to digital formats. This Texas course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the digital media industry.

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Texas Engineering Design and Presentation A/B

From the history of drafting and design to a look at the latest in the industry's latest computer-aided tools, this course gives your students a comprehensive look at a dynamic and in-demand career. With 14 effective lessons and five engaging activities that lead to mastery of the course content, the course review and end of course assessment help ensure that mastery. The course features skill-embedded content that connects student learning to real-life experiences.

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Texas Entrepreneurship A/B

This Texas course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students understand the roles and attributes of an entrepreneur, marketing and its components, selling process, and operations management. This course discusses entrepreneurship and the economy, marketing fundamentals, managing customers, production and operations management, money, and business law and taxation.

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Texas Essential Career Skills

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education.

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Texas Graphic Design and Illustration A/B

This Texas course will help students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on topics such as history of graphic design, types of digital images, graphic design tools, storing and manipulating images, design elements and principles, copyright laws, and printing images. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the graphic design industry.

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Texas Health Science Theory A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body.  The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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Texas Medical Terminology, Semester A/B

The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to enable all students at the high school level to identify the components of medical terms and familiarize themselves with the medical terminology used in the field of health care. Semester A will focus on the structure and functions of the human body systems. It will help students identify and understand the medical terminology used for various diseases and medical procedures related to each body system.  Semester B will focus on developing an understanding of the industry with a focus on personal and employability skills. Additionally, the students will learn how to implement technology and healthcare tools to collate data and determine treatments.

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Texas Money Matters

This course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop financial skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. Financial literacy is an increasingly essential capability as students prepare for the workforce, and this 18-lesson course provides the information they need to determine if a career in finance is right for them. The course uses games and online discussions to effectively facilitate learning, while introducing your learners to a variety of topics, including investment strategies, money management, asset valuation, and personal finance. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the finance industry.

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Texas Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources A/B

Throughout this Texas course, your students will learn about various career options in the agriculture, food, and natural resources industries. They will learn about technology, safety, and regulatory issues in agricultural science. They will also learn about some topics related to agriculture, such as international agriculture and world trade, sustainability, environmental management, research, development, and future trends in the industry. The course helps students navigate the rising demand for sustainable food sources while also meeting the challenge of producing higher yields to feed a growing world.

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Texas Principles of Applied Engineering A/B

This course is designed to help students understand various concepts related to engineering systems and technologies. Students will identify various fields of engineering and the careers they offer. The course covers the structure, functions, and applications of mechanical, fluid, thermal, and electrical systems.  The course also explains the engineering design process.  Students will get familiar with various designing options available in computer-aided design and drafting software programs. The course also describes how to create an orthographic projection and section views of an object. Students will also learn about key manufacturing processes and properties of different types of materials. They will employ safe working habits to design and develop a product. The course combines a variety of content types, including lessons, activities, discussions, and games to keep students engaged.

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Texas Principles of Architecture, Semester A/B

This course is designed to help students understand various concepts related to architecture. Students will identify common structural elements and the effect of mechanical forces on them. They will also interpret architectural drawings. The course explains the key concepts in urban design and describes environment-friendly techniques in construction. The course covers the different types of materials and equipment used in construction. Students will get familiar with the safety and legal requirements associated with architecture and construction projects. The course also covers the key aspects of construction project management. Students will identify careers related to architecture, interior designing, and construction project management. They will also identify various employability skills and appropriate work habits.  The course combines a variety of content types, including lessons, activities, discussions, and games to keep students engaged.

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Texas Principles of Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications A/B

This Texas course appeals to your students' familiarity with a variety of sensory inputs and stimulus. With an emphasis on visual arts, the 14 lessons introduce learners to careers in design, photography, performing arts, fashion, and journalism, among others. This engaging course covers inherently engaging topics that will stimulate your students as they consider careers in which the arts, technology, and communications intersect.

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Texas Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance A/B

This Texas course has a broad application for almost every career path that your students might choose. This course supplies both essential career skills and life skills. Designed for early high school students, the course offers you the flexibility to customize it to the unique needs of your program and your students. Interactive games and other engaging online and offline activities make practical real-life application of essential business principles understandable useful in the daily lives of your students and in the careers that they choose.

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Texas Principles of Construction, Semester A/B

The Principles of Construction course is a two-semester course that covers the fundamental concepts related to construction. In this course, students will learn the basics of measuring practices, construction mathematics, architectural drawings, and the equipment and tools. They will learn how to apply material-handling techniques and computers in the construction trade. This course also covers the careers and opportunities that are available in the construction industry and safety standards to promote safe and healthy working conditions. Students will also familiarize themselves with the employability skills and personal traits that are essential to workplace success. Online discussions and course activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills while the included games appeal to a variety of learning styles and keep students engaged.

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Texas Principles of Education and Training A/B

This Texas course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunities in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technology in education. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

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Texas Principles of Government and Public Administration A/B

This Texas course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of government and public administration. Students explore career opportunities in the field of government and public administration. They also learn about the career-related skills, such as job acquisition skills, reading and writing, and mathematics they need to possess as professionals in this field. They learn about the safe and healthy working conditions necessary in the field of government and public administration. This course covers topics such as: the influence of geography and technology, and networking and communication as they relate to government and public administration. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in government and public administration industry.

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Texas Principles of Health Science A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body.  The course is based on Texas State standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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Texas Principles of Hospitality and Tourism A/B

The hospitality and tourism industry offers a dynamic career path that will pique the interest of many of your students. This Texas course emphasizes learning the practical aspects of the industry and the development of critical-thinking skills that lead to real-world solutions. This 14-lesson one-semester course will introduce your students to an exciting industry and will help them evaluate and prepare for a career in this growing and exciting industry.

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Texas Principles of Human Services A/B

This Texas course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge necessary in the human services industry. Students will learn about various personal characteristics that they need to demonstrate in the workplace, such as integrity, and positive work ethics. This course covers topics such as employability skills, counseling and mental health services, and consumer services. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the human services field.

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Texas Principles of Information Technology, Semester A/B

Building on the fundamentals learned in Information Technology 1A, this course takes the next steps in preparing learners for a career in information technology. Covering software, hardware, and implementation topics, the course also addresses the security and ethical issues that your students will face in an IT career. Combining lessons, online and offline activities, and interactive discussions, the course will provide a practical yet cutting edge look at the issues faced by leading IT professionals today and in the future. The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the information technology industry.

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Texas Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security A/B

For many reasons, high school students are drawn to learning about the careers addressed in this course. This Texas course includes 15 lessons that help students learn about careers that make a powerful impact in all of our lives. From criminal law to every phase of the trial process, the course moves on to include lessons on the correctional system and the implications of legal ethics and the constitution.

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Texas Principles of Manufacturing A/B

Texas Principles of Manufacturing is a course comprising of 15 lessons to help your students understand various manufacturing processes, concepts, and systems, and to introduce them to the various career paths available to them in manufacturing. This course emphasizes STEM principles while also covering practical aspects of manufacturing such as marketing and regulatory issues, as well as issues related to launching and managing a manufacturing business.

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Texas Principles of Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics A/B

In an increasingly interconnected world, this course will introduce your students to an industry that delivers what people want, when and how they want it. The TDL industry is essential to creating global economic growth through increasingly more efficient delivery of goods and services. This Texas course will help to develop both the quantitative and qualitative skills and knowledge required for students to prepare themselves for a successful TDL career. The course addresses the relevant logistical and geopolitical issues that impact global trade.

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Texas Professional Communications

This Texas course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop communication skills they will need to be successful in a profession. Students learn about the key aspects of the communication process. They learn to apply communication protocol and appropriate language skills in professional and social communication. Students also explore effective strategies to address diversity in communication. Finally, students familiarize themselves with reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. This course covers topics such as commination in business organizations and technology for communication. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for communication in a wide range of professions.

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Texas Sports and Entertainment Marketing

This Texas course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop skills they will need to be successful in sports, entertainment, and recreational marketing professions. Students learn about the structure of a business firm and financial statements. Students also learn about the basics of sports, entertainment, and recreation marketing. Finally, students explore essential career skills, such as teamwork and time management. This course covers topics such as marketing staples, mapping markets, marketing communication, and making the sale. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in sports, entertainment, and recreational marketing field.

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Texas Touch System Data Entry

The course is based on Texas state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education. It is designed to enable students at the high school level to develop electronic communication skills that they can use in their careers.

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Texas Web Techonologies A/B

Whether they know it or not, almost all of your students have an interest in web design. This Texas course takes them inside the essentials of web design and helps them discover what makes a site truly engaging and interactive. Lessons such as Elements of Design, Effects of Color, and Typography help them understand the elements of effective and dynamic web design. The course covers the basics of HTML, CSS, and how to organize content, and helps to prepare them for a career in web design.

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Virginia Accounting A/B

The Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies accounting as one of the best careers for job growth in the next decade. This Virginia course empowers high school students with the essential skills they need to understand accounting basics. Lessons include Account Types (assets, liabilities, expenses, etc.), Fundamentals of Bookkeeping, Financial Statements, and Careers in Accounting. Engaging and relevant, this course particularly helps both those students with an accounting career orientation, and those in need of an overview of essential accounting principles.

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Virginia Career Investigation Phase 1

The 21 lessons and additional activities in this one-semester course are fundamental to ensuring career readiness on the part of your students. Covering such essentials as developing and practicing a strong work ethic, time management, communication, teamwork, and the fundamentals of workplace organizations, Virginia Career Explorations develops not just essential skills, but the confidence in themselves and their abilities to present themselves that your students need as they prepare to embark on their chosen careers. 

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Virginia Child Development and Parenting A/B

As adulthood and its accompanying responsibilities become closer for many of your students, this one-semester course with 12 lessons introduces them to the basics of parenting. Students will learn the nuances of parenting including learning about prenatal and postnatal care and gain insights on the nurture of children. Students will also learn about the importance of positive parenting skills, parent-child communication, and ways to use community resources for effective parenting. Activities will help your students connect leading research to real-life experience.

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Virginia Commercial Photography 1 A/B

Few recent technical innovations have changed an industry as fundamentally as digital photography has changed everything about the way we capture our lives in the way we take, edit, store, and share pictures. Digital Photography provides you with the flexibility to not only use it as an independent individual course or as a group or class course, but to also easily customize the course to the unique needs of your situation. The course combines 15 lessons with online discussions that promote the development of critical thinking skills as your students explore digital photography as an enriching activity or a career.  The course is based on Virginia state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the photography industry.

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Virginia Communication Systems A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn concepts related to digital media. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on topics such as careers in digital media, emerging trends in digital media, graphic design, photography, principles of design, copyright laws, and printing images. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the digital and interactive media industry.

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Virginia Computer Applications A/B

This course is designed to enable students at the high school level to develop skills and knowledge in computer science that they can use in their careers.  Semester A has the course Principles of Information Technology as a pre-requisite. It covers concepts involved in computer programming and the software development life cycle (SDLC).  This course is aligned to Virginia state standards.

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Virginia Computer Information Systems A/B

This Virginia course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop information management skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. This course discusses career opportunities available in Business Information Management, computing technology for business, connecting through the internet, working with documents, working with spreadsheets, working with a presentation program, working with databases, web page design, and project management. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the business information management industry.

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Virginia Design, Multimedia, and Web Technologies A/B

Whether they know it or not, almost all of your students have an interest in web design. This Virginia course takes them inside the essentials of web design and helps them discover what makes a site truly engaging and interactive. Lessons such as Elements of Design, Effects of Color, and Typography help them understand the elements of effective and dynamic web design. The course covers the basics of HTML, CSS, and how to organize content, and helps to prepare them for a career in web design.

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Virginia Economics and Personal Finance A/B

This course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop financial skills that they can use during in their careers in business organizations. Financial literacy is an increasingly essential capability as students prepare for the workforce, and this 18-lesson course provides the information they need to determine if a career in finance is right for them. The course uses games and online discussions to effectively facilitate learning, while introducing your learners to a variety of topics, including investment strategies, money management, asset valuation, and personal finance. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the finance industry.

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Virginia Entrepreneurship Education A/B

This Virginia course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students understand the roles and attributes of an entrepreneur, marketing and its components, selling process, and operations management. This course discusses entrepreneurship and the economy, marketing fundamentals, managing customers, production and operations management, money, and business law and taxation.

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Virginia Essential Career Skills

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Virginia state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education.

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Virginia Foundations of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources A/B

Throughout this Virginia course, your students will learn about various career options in the agriculture, food, and natural resources industries. They will learn about technology, safety, and regulatory issues in agricultural science. They will also learn about some topics related to agriculture, such as international agriculture and world trade, sustainability, environmental management, research, development, and future trends in the industry. The course helps students navigate the rising demand for sustainable food sources while also meeting the challenge of producing higher yields to feed a growing world.

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Virginia Graphic Communications Systems A/B

This is an effective and comprehensive introduction to careers in the rapidly expanding world of digital art. The course covers creative and practical aspects of digital art in 15 lessons that are enhanced with online discussions and a variety of activities. Beginning with a history of digital art, the course goes on to issues of design, color, and layout. While students will experience creation of digital art, they will also learn about converting traditional art to digital formats.

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Virginia Health Science 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body.  The course is based on Virginia state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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Virginia Health Science 2 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of health science. The course will help the students develop an understanding of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; biological and chemical processes; and various diseases that affect the body. The course is based on Virginia State standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the health science industry.

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Virginia Information Technology (IT) Fundamentals A/B

Building on the fundamentals learned in Information Technology 1A, this course takes the next steps in preparing learners for a career in information technology. Covering software, hardware, and implementation topics, the course also addresses the security and ethical issues that your students will face in an IT career. Combining lessons, online and offline activities, and interactive discussions, the course will provide a practical yet cutting edge look at the issues faced by leading IT professionals today and in the future. The course is based on Virginia state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the information technology industry.

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Virginia Introduction to Culinary Arts A/B

This Virginia course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of culinary arts. Students will trace the origin and development of the culinary arts. They will also discuss important contributions made by chefs, notable culinary figures, and entrepreneurs. They’ll analyze how trends in society influence trends in the food service industry. In addition, they’ll examine the social and economic significance of the food service industry. This course also covers topics in health, sanitation, and sanitation, culinary skills, and more. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the culinary industry.

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Virginia Introduction to Health & Medical Science A/B

With an engaging and interactive instructional approach, this rigorous course provides your students with a comprehensive overview of health science topics and careers. Health science professionals are in increasing demand and of increasing interest, and this Virginia course is an effective way to introduce students to the wide array of health science careers. Beginning with medical terminology, the course includes an overview of physiology and human homeostasis and more.

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Virginia Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation A/B

The hospitality and tourism industry offers a dynamic career path that will pique the interest of many of your students. This Virginia course emphasizes learning the practical aspects of the industry and the development of critical-thinking skills that lead to real-world solutions. This 14-lesson one-semester course will introduce your students to an exciting industry and will help them evaluate and prepare for a career in this growing and exciting industry.

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Virginia Introduction to Marketing

Issues in marketing, advertising, and sales promotion are evolving rapidly in an increasingly digital environment. This Virginia course effectively helps your students prepare for a career in that environment through a comprehensive look at essential marketing principles, interactive tools and channels, and the growing impact of data in marketing and advertising. Simple to manage and easy to customize, the course provides an overview of all of the fundamental topics necessary to effectively put your students on a career path that unleashes their creativity and develops and leverages their critical thinking skills.

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Virginia Keyboarding Applications

The course is based on Virginia state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education. It is designed to enable students at high school level to develop electronic communication skills that they can use during in their careers.

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Virginia Medical Terminology A/B

The course is based on Virginia state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to enable all students at the high school level to identify the components of medical terms and familiarize themselves with the medical terminology used in the field of health care. Semester A will focus on the structure and functions of the human body systems. It will help students identify and understand the medical terminology used for various diseases and medical procedures related to each body system.  Semester B will focus on developing an understanding of the industry with a focus on personal and employability skills. Additionally, the students will learn how to implement technology and healthcare tools to collate data and determine treatments.

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Virginia Nutrition and Wellness

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers and/or into postsecondary education.

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Virginia Principles of Architecture and Construction A/B

This interactive Virginia course empowers students with the knowledge to appreciate and evaluate career opportunities in architecture and construction. With an emphasis on developing critical thinking skills, this one-semester course includes a variety of activities as students learn about structures and loads, materials and costs, urban design, and other aspects of these fascinating career opportunities. This easy-to-manage course will help build a solid foundation for their career options.

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Virginia Principles of Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications A/B

This Virginia course appeals to your students' familiarity with a variety of sensory inputs and stimulus. With an emphasis on visual arts, the 14 lessons introduce learners to careers in design, photography, performing arts, fashion, and journalism, among others. This engaging course covers inherently engaging topics that will stimulate your students as they consider careers in which the arts, technology, and communications intersect.

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Virginia Principles of Business and Marketing A/B

This Virginia course has a broad application for almost every career path that your students might choose. This course supplies both essential career skills and life skills. Designed for early high school students, the course offers you the flexibility to customize it to the unique needs of your program and your students. Interactive games and other engaging online and offline activities make practical real-life application of essential business principles understandable useful in the daily lives of your students and in the careers that they choose.

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Virginia Principles of Education and Training A/B

This Virginia course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunites in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technolgy in education.The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

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Virginia Principles of Government and Public Administration A/B

This Virginia course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of government and public administration. Students explore career opportunities in the field of government and public administration. They also learn about the career-related skills, such as job acquisition skills, reading and writing, and mathematics they need to possess as professionals in this field. They learn about the safe and healthy working conditions necessary in the field of government and public administration. This course covers topics such as: the influence of geography and technology, and networking and communication as they relate to government and public administration. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in government and public administration industry.

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Virginia Principles of Human Services A/B

This Virginia course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge necessary in the human services industry. Students will learn about various personal characteristics that they need to demonstrate in the workplace, such as integrity, and positive work ethics. This course covers topics such as employability skills, counseling and mental health services, and consumer services. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in the human services field.

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Virginia Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security A/B

For many reasons, high school students are drawn to learning about the careers addressed in this course. This Virginia course includes 15 lessons that help students learn about careers that make a powerful impact in all of our lives. From criminal law to every phase of the trial process, the course moves on to include lessons on the correctional system and the implications of legal ethics and the constitution.

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Virginia Principles of Manufacturing A/B

Virginia Principles of Manufacturing is a course comprising of 15 lessons to help your students understand various manufacturing processes, concepts, and systems, and to introduce them to the various career paths available to them in manufacturing. This course emphasizes STEM principles while also covering practical aspects of manufacturing such as marketing and regulatory issues, as well as issues related to launching and managing a manufacturing business.

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Virginia Principles of Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics A/B

In an increasingly interconnected world, this course will introduce your students to an industry that delivers what people want, when and how they want it. The TDL industry is essential to creating global economic growth through increasingly more efficient delivery of goods and services. This Virginia course will help to develop both the quantitative and qualitative skills and knowledge required for students to prepare themselves for a successful TDL career. The course addresses the relevant logistical and geopolitical issues that impact global trade.

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Virginia Programming A/B

Part of the Plato Courseware Career and Technical Education (CTE) Library, Computer Programming combines engaging online and offline activities in a rigorous one semester course for your high school students who may be aspiring to technical careers.  Building on lessons covering the software development lifecycle and software development methodologies, the course uses online discussions, activities, and  lessons to lead your students through additional key topics such as quality control, system implementation and maintenance and the increasingly important issue of system security.

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Virginia Technical Drawing and Design A/B

From the history of drafting and design to a look at the latest in the industry's latest computer-aided tools, this Virginia course gives your students a comprehensive look at a dynamic and in-demand career. With 14 effective lessons and five engaging activities that lead to mastery of the course content, the course review and end of course assessment help ensure that mastery. The course features skill-embedded content that connects student learning to real-life experiences.

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Virginia Technical Foundations

This Virginia course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of education and training. Students will learn about the various trends and factors that influence the education industry. This course introduces various career opportunites in the field of education. The units in this course include personal and professional skills needed in various education careers, child growth and development, child health, delivering instruction, and technolgy in education.The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the education industry.

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Virginia Technological Communications

This Virginia course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop communication skills they will need to be successful in a profession. Students learn about the key aspects of the communication process. They learn to apply communication protocol and appropriate language skills in professional and social communication. Students also explore effective strategies to address diversity in communication. Finally, students familiarize themselves with reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. This course covers topics such as commination in business organizations and technology for communication. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students prepare for communication in a wide range of professions.

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Virginia Television and Media Production 1 A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of audio video production. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on pre-production, production, and post-production audio and video activities. The course is based on Texas state standards for Career Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Virginia Television and Media Production 2 A/B

This course is designed to enable students at high school level to develop the knowledge and skills related to audio video techniques that they can use in their careers. This course discusses the elements of audio video production, preproduction activities, media production techniques, and postproduction activities. The course is based on Career Technical Education (CTE) standards designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Virginia Video and Media Technology A/B

This course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to learn the basics of audio video production. The course will help the students develop an understanding of the industry with a focus on pre-production, production, and post-production audio and video activities. The course is based on Virginia state standards for Career and Technical Education (CTE) to help students develop technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the audio video production industry.

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Web Technologies A/B

Whether they know it or not, almost all of your students have an interest in web design. This course takes them inside the essentials of web design and helps them discover what makes a site truly engaging and interactive. Lessons such as Elements of Design, Effects of Color, and Typography help them understand the elements of effective and dynamic web design. The course covers the basics of HTML, CSS, and how to organize content, and helps to prepare them for a career in web design.

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Electives

Courses

Academic Success

As in other areas of life, success in academics results from learning and practicing positive habits. This one-semester elective provides practical, hands-on guidance on developing and improving study habits and skills, regardless of a student's level of accomplishment. Academic Success includes five lessons and two course activities in a flexible structure that is adaptable to the needs and circumstances of individual students. The course can also be used for college-level developmental education.

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African American Studies

This semester-long course traces the experiences of Africans in the Americas from 1500 to the present day. In this course, students will explore history, politics, and culture. Although the course proceeds in chronological order, lessons are also grouped by themes and trends in African American history. Therefore, some time periods and important people are featured in more than one lesson.

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Art History & Appreciation

This course explores the main concepts of art, expression, and creativity as it helps students answer questions such as what is art; what is creativity; and how and why people respond to art. It covers essential design principles such as emphasis, balance, and unity. Units include: Art, History, and Culture; Western and World Art Appreciation; and Art and the Modern World.

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Artificial Intelligence

This one-semester course is focused on the history, applications, and innovations of artificial intelligence. Students will learn about intelligence agents, problem solving using search algorithms, knowledge representation, and reasoning in artificial intelligence. Students will also learn about the basic concepts of machine learning and natural language processing (NLP). Students will also learn about expert systems, computer vision and robotics. This 12-lesson course also covers ethics and safety related to artificial intelligence. Online discussions and course activities require students to develop and apply critical thinking skills, while the included games appeal to a variety of learning styles and keep students engaged.

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California Nutrition and Wellness 

This California course is designed to enable all students at the high school level to develop the critical skills and knowledge that they will need to be successful in careers throughout their lives. The course is based on Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards to help students prepare for entry into a wide range of careers in nutriton and wellness.

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California Personal Finance

Financial literacy is an increasingly essential capability as students prepare for the workforce, and this 18-lesson course provides the information they need to determine if a career in finance is right for them. This California course uses games and online discussions to effectively facilitate learning, while introducing your learners to a variety of topics, including investment strategies, money management, asset valuation, and personal finance.

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Creative Writing