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Practical Mind Reading : A Course Of Lessons On...


2614: THE READING MIND: LEARNING TO READ Survey of theories and research that explain how people learn to read. Brief overview of English written systems. Models of skilled reading, literacy stages, and component processes (e.g., decoding, comprehension). Application of course concepts to self, common myths, media, and products. Analysis of patterns of inequity in reading achievement. (3H,3C)




Practical mind reading : a course of lessons on...



3234: FOUNDATIONS OF READING INSTRUCTION (PK-6) Theoretical, practical, and research-based foundations in the science of reading instruction for grades PK-6. Phonics, phonological awareness, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension instruction. Assessment-informed instruction, classroom organization, reader-text matching. (3H,3C)


Understanding the criminal mind is not easy. Why do certain people commit horrible acts? Can we ever begin to understand their reasoning and motivation? Perhaps. In Criminology: Inside the Criminal Mind, you will be given the rare opportunity to climb inside the mind of a criminal and examine the ideas and motivations at work. The mental state of a criminal can be affected by many different aspects of life-psychological, biological, sociological-all of which have differing perspectives and influences. You will investigate not only how these variables affect the criminal mind but also how the criminal justice system remains committed to upholding the law through diligence and an uncompromising process. Note: This course has 8 units and is recommended to be taught over a single semester.


Are you curious to see what it takes to educate and nurture early learners? Use your curiosity to explore the fundamentals of childcare, like nutrition and safety, but also the complex relationships caregivers have with parents and their children. Examine the various life stages of child development and the best educational practices to enrich their minds while thinking about a possible future as a childcare provider! Note: This course has 8 units and is recommended to be taught over a single semester.


Sometimes there are simply more questions than answers. Does life exist on other planets? How extreme is the human ability to survive? Will the issue of global warming ever be solved? Today, scientists, explorers, and writers are working to answer such questions by using extensive inquiry to find innovative solutions. Similar to such famous minds from history as Edison, Einstein, Curie, and Newton, the scientists of today are finding ways to revolutionize our lives and the world. Great Minds in Science: Ideas for a New Generation takes an in-depth look at the extraordinary work of these individuals and demonstrates how their ideas may very well shape the world of tomorrow. Note: This course has 10 units and is recommended to be taught over 2 semesters, but can be accelerated to be completed within a single semester if desired.


Those working in the field of social services are dedicated to strengthening the economic and social well-being of others and helping them lead safe and independent lives. In Human & Social Services, you will explore the process of helping, body, mind, and family wellness, and how you can become a caring social service professional. If you are interested in an emotionally fulfilling and rewarding career and making a difference in the lives of others, social and human services may be the right field for you. Note: This course has 12 units and is recommended to be taught over 2 semesters, but can be accelerated to be completed within a single semester if desired.


This one-semester course introduces the US military and describes each of its branches, which include the National Guard, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Air Force. Students also learn about the relationship of the military reserve to the branches of the military. The course covers non- combat careers in the military, such as military intelligence, information technology, health care, legal services, logistics, aviation, and transportation, and other specialized careers. This course also covers enlistment and fitness requirements for military careers and personal traits that are essential for success in the military. The 16 lessons in the course provide students with both breadth and depth, as they learn about the US Military. 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.


Think about the last time you visited your favorite store. Now picture the infinite number of products you saw. Have you ever wondered how those things made it to the shelves? Whether it's video games, clothing, or sports equipment, the goods we purchase must go through a manufacturing process before they can be marketed and sold. In Introduction to Manufacturing: Product Design and Innovation, you will learn about different types of manufacturing systems as well as career opportunities, including engineers, technicians, and supervisors. As a culminating project, you will plan your own manufacturing process and create an entirely original product! If you thought manufacturing meant mundane assembly lines, this course will show you how exciting, creative, and practical this industry can be. Note: This course has 8 units and is recommended to be taught over a single semester.


In French 1A, they will be introduced to several common situations in which people communicate, such as exchanging names and greetings, describing people by physical and personality traits, and describing family members and aspects of their social life. They will start with basic sentence structures and grammatical tools, and they will communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in French as they internalize new vocabulary and grammar. Students will also learn about some regions of the French-speaking world that the central characters of each unit are visiting. Students will build on this semester's work as they advance in their French studies: everything that they learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning. In French 1B, students will be introduced to several common situations in which people describe how to earn, save, and manage money, modes of urban transportation, various seasons and the associated weather conditions, food, clothes, and activities. They will also describe various art forms, plays, concerts, and movies. Students will discuss health and well-being, and travel and tourism. They will build on what they learned in the French 1A course and communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in French as they internalize new vocabulary and grammar. They will also learn about some regions of the French-speaking world that the central characters of each unit are visiting. Students will build on this semester's work as they advance in their French studies: everything that they learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning.


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


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


In German 1B, students will be introduced to several common situations in which people describe how to earn, save, and manage money, modes of urban transportation, various seasons and the associated weather conditions, food, clothes, and activities. They will also describe various art forms, plays, concerts, and movies. Students will discuss health and well-being, and travel and tourism. They will build on what they have learned in the German 1A course to communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in German as they internalize new vocabulary and grammar. They will also learn about some regions of the German-speaking world that the central characters of each unit are visiting. Students will build on this semester's work as they advance in their German studies: everything that they learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning. 041b061a72


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