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French III (3) Honors is a continuation of the study of French. Prerequisites are French I and 2. Students will increase their capacity to speak, read, understand, and write French. Speaking will be both presentational and interpersonal. This course will also cover the cultures of places where French is spoken. This is an honors class and it is offered for dual enrollment as well, so the level of rigor reflects that.
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French V (5) Honors is a continuation of the study of French. Prerequisites include French I – IV. The course will increase proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Speaking tasks will include presentational and interpersonal formats. Culture of French-speaking countries will be included. This course is honors-level rigor and offers dual enrollment credit. 
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This course is an introduction to the study of language and culture of Japanese speaking countries to build 21st century literary skills. This course will focus on the three modes of communication on target language; interpersonal (person-to-person speaking or writing), interpretive (listening and reading); and presentational (one-way speaking and writing). These skills and the cultural perspectives are addressed basic conversational and grammatical structures. 
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 AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination. I teach Seniors who are part of AVID during the first semester of their senior year as they prepare to apply for college, financial aid and scholarships.  This is the 4th and final course of the AVID program at Peoria High School.
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Specific course for AVID Juniors for online instruction
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This course is an introduction to the study of language and culture of countries that use ASL to build 21st century literacy skills. This course will focus on the three modes of communication in the target language; interpersonal (person-to-person signing), interpretive (receptive), and presentational (one-way signing and writing). These skills and the cultural perspectives are addressed through basic conversational and grammatical structures.
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This course will serve as an online portfolio for your college readiness documents and acivities.
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6443 AMERICAN SIGN LANG. IV H Prerequisites: American Sign Language III H 1 Credit This course is a continuation of the study of language and culture of countries that use ASL to build 21st century literacy skills. This course will focus on the three modes of communication in the target language; interpersonal (person-to-person signing), interpretive (receptive), and presentational (one-way signing and writing). These skills and the cultural perspectives are addressed through exploration of global issues, social relations and introduction to literature and film. This course will be primarily conducted in the target language and students are encouraged to use the language for communication. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option.
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16442 AMERICAN SIGN LANG. III H Prerequisites: American Sign Language II 1 Credit This course is a continuation of the study of language and culture of countries that use ASL to build 21st century literacy skills. This course will focus on the three modes of communication in the target language; interpersonal (person-to-person signing), interpretive (receptive), and presentational (one-way signing and writing). These skills and the cultural perspectives are addressed through more complex conversational and grammatical structures. Various classrooms activities will be conducted in the target language and students are encouraged to use the language for communication. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option.  
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This course is designed for incoming students to aid in the positive transition to high school. The lessons have been designed from a student perspective in collaboration with Centennial Peer Counselors in grades 10-12. 
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