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Child Development is a course study that introduces and reinforces the sequence of physical, language, thought and emotional changes that occur in a child from birth to eight years of age. During this process a child progresses from dependency on their parents/guardians to increasing independence. Child development is strongly influenced by genetic factors (genes passed on from their parents) and events during prenatal life. It is also influenced by environmental facts and the child’s learning capacity.
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This is the introductory course to computer science with a strong emphasis on problem solving and logic.
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Welding is a non-vocational Industrial Technology course designed to teach basic skills in arc welding, oxy-acetylene cWelding is designed to teach basic skills in arc welding, oxy-acetylene cutting torch, and MIG welding. It also involves the use of a band saw, sheet metal shear, drill press, grinders, pipe benders, sheet metal brake, small shop hand tools, oxy-acetylene, pipe and tubing, and soldering. The course culminates with project construction. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. This course may only be repeated for credit with instructor's approval. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option. Successful completion of the program may qualify students to receive the Mastery of Subject Area Graduation Endorsement. Students are encouraged to work with their program teachers to determine eligibility.
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This course will introduce students to basic design and development of creating computer games.
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This course is designed to introduce students to the broad field of agricultural science. Subjects covered include inquiry-based science processes, basic plant/soil sciences, plant propagation, selection, and preparation growth media, pest management, basic irrigation, and record keeping. Students are required to conduct an occupational experience program. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class.Each student is expected to design and participate in a supervised agricultural experience. Successful completion of the program may qualify students to receive the Mastery of Subject Area Graduation Endorsement. Students are encouraged to work with their program teachers to determine eligibility. *Meets PUSD Graduation Science Course Requirements*Meets Arizona Board of Regents requirements for Science Course requirements*Meets NCAA Requirements for Science Course
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Please duplicate Marco Moreno's Internship course   Internship-MMORENO
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This is the final course in the Early Childhood sequence.  Students will have an opportunity to utilize the skills learned in Coop to work with the preschoolers through a work-based learning option.  In addition to the hours requirement, students will also work on their CDA portfolios.
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This course is the second in the coherent sequence for the Career and Technical Education Film and TV Production program in PUSD.  Students will learn more advanced concepts within the realm of film and broadcast pre-production, production and post production terminology, software, and hardware/equipment.  This includes an emphasis on sound capture/design, advanced camera techniques, lighting, and the improvement of content planning and execution  Students will be asked to begin to develop a personal portfolio of their work that demonstrates how their capabilities grow as throughout the course as well as creating content that may be used to compete in Future Business Leaders of America local competitions.
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The Media Productions class allows students to simulate working for a "real-world" multimedia and video production company. Students are teamed together to form production crews and given authentic experience with multimedia computers, video cameras and visual editing equipment, microphones and audio mixers, and lighting equipment. Emphasis is placed on writing, performing, and producing materials for broadcast within the school and the District including television shows, video shorts, audio announcements, and computer multimedia presentation. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. This course may be repeated for credit. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option. Successful completion of the program may qualify students to receive the Mastery of Subject Area Graduation Endorsement. Students are encouraged to work with their program teachers to determine eligibility. **course name change from Media Productions SY 20-21
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Advanced Film and TV course. Second hour daily.
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Advanced Marketing is a two-credit course.  One credit will be given for the course and one credit for the job experience.  This course is offered to seniors who have an interest in learning about and gaining experience in the fields of marketing and business management. As a part of this program, students will be employed and paid by a marketing business.  Job opportunities will include clothing, department and specialty stores, hotels as well as various other marketing occupations. Course activities include hands-on experiences in advertising, display, management, sales and communication. Students are required to sign up for the work experience credit and will have the opportunity to become a member of DECA.
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