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Lean how to use Moodle, Edmodo (like social networking for your classroom), Google sites (a place for your students to find all your stuff, recording your classes and posting them on-line for flipped classroom strategies or absent students_, and using new ad-ons in Google Drive to distribute and collect assignments.  This is just the tip of the discussion of ways to make your classroom be on its way to becoming paperless.

Advanced Placed English Language and Composition Course is a 12th grade advanced English course approved by the College Board. The course builds skills in reading, analysis, rhetoric, and composition. The courses focuses on a mix of classic and contemporary literature. 

This is a 12th grade course in which students improve skills in reading, analysis, writing, research, language, speaking, and listening. Students read and analyze a variety of selections from classic to contemporary literature. In addition, students write in several different genres and develop their writing through incorporating research and supporting evidence.

This is a 10th grade English course in which students build and continue to develop skills in reading, writing, analysis, research, speaking, and listening. Students also learn additional strategies for reading, writing, and using language.

This course is a 9th grade English course in which students learn skills in reading, writing, language, analysis, research, speaking, and listening. In addition, students learn strategies for reading and analysis, writing and research, and using technology to develop a multi-media presentation to demonstrate learning.

This course is a 9th grade advanced English course in which students learn skills in reading, writing, language, analysis, speaking, listening, and technology. In addition, students also develop strategies for reading and analysis, writing and using supporting evidence, and using technology and multi-media to demonstrate learning.

This course teaches skills in technical writing, including writing and editing manuals, online content, social media communication, and global communication. Students will have an opportunity to study typefaces and visuals and their impact on the users. One essential area of technical communication is user experience, therefore students will create a user experience model. As a culminating project, students will work with a local business to update a print (brochure, manual, etc.) and an online (website) form of communication.

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