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  • Students analyze American Literature as it reflects social perspective and historical significance by continuing to use language for expressive, expository, argumentative, and literary purposes and to provide critical analysis of texts.
  • Students in Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition will engage in the careful reading and critical analysis of imaginative British and World literature.

  • El curso de Álgebra I se ofrece a estudiantes de escuela superior durante un año que hayan completado los requisitos del curso de Pre-Álgebra y tiene valor de un crédito. Incluye conceptos básicos, suma , resta, multiplicación y división de números reales. Solucionará ecuaciones sencillas utilizando desde un sólo

    paso hasta ecuaciones que envuelven diferentes pasos para ser resueltas, entre otros temas.     

    El curso se impartirá en línea, pero requiere una cantidad de horas de instrucción cara a cara. Las actividades que forman parte del curso presuponen un cierto grado de dominio tecnológicopor parte de los estudiantes.  


  • El curso de Álgebra II se ofrece a estudiantes de escuela superior durante un año que hayan completado los requisitos del curso de Álgebra I y tiene valor de un crédito. Incluye conceptos básicos, ecuaciones lineales y cuadráticas en una variable, sistemas de ecuaciones lineales y cuadráticos en dos variables, entre otros.      

    El curso se impartirá en línea, pero requiere una cantidad de horas de instrucción cara a cara. Las actividades que forman parte del curso presuponen un cierto grado de dominio tecnológico por parte de los estudiantes. 

  • Art Arpreciation course is designed to introduce student to the major work on art from the very first artists who walked the earth to the modern masters.  Is a hands-on exploring art, cultures from the prehistoric art, egyptian art, renaissance and 19th century art movement and periods.  Each topic will culminate with an art project reflecting a culture, medium, style and era.   

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  • When people study living things or pose questions about how living things interact with the environment, they are learning about Biology, the science of life. In Biology, students will study the origins and history of life and once-living things, the structure of living things, how living things interact of one another, and how living things function. This will help students to understand how humans have a vital role in preserving the natural environment and sustaining life on Earth. Laboratory activities are directed to reinforce the theory concepts introduced by the teacher.

  • Chemistry is the study of matter and the changes that it undergoes. In this course, the student begins reviewing basic math concepts that will be of great help to analyze data in the study of Chemistry. The student will explore concepts related to the atomic theory. Students are also involves in determining the characteristics of every element, its properties, how they are distributed in the periodic table, and its electronic configurations. They are introduced to the “mol” concept to work necessary operations in which the Law of Conservation of Matter is present. The student applies the acquired knowledge in situations where he or she will work with gases, solutions, acids, and bases. Laboratory activities are directed to reinforce the theory concepts introduced by the teacher.

  • This course covers many aspects of that include an overview of Earth’s structure, rocks, minerals and Earth’s resources. A major unit on the forces that change the Earth includes lessons on plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes and erosion, closing with a section that discusses Earth’s history of change through the fossil record. A general study of oceanography explores such concepts as the sources of water, currents and climate, and the structure of the ocean environment. Earth Science also includes a section of atmospheric science with lessons that cover concepts in understanding weather and climate. Rounding out this analysis of the Earth is a unit on space science the exposes students to the interactions of the earth, moon and sun and a synopsis of our solar system and the universe beyond.

  • Students in the 10th Grade English and Composition Course will be able to develop and expand their knowledge of literature and language and demonstrate their mastery level of new learning though performance tasks and assessments.
  • The British Literature Course prepares students to understand, analyze, and critique essential literary works.
  • Students develop reading comprehension skills through literature.
  • This course develops reading comprehension skills through literature.
  • This course develops reading comprehension skills through literature.
  • The purpose of the Environmental Science course is to provide students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world, to identify and analyze environmental problems both natural and human-made, to evaluate the relative risks associated with these problems, and to examine alternative solutions for resolving or preventing them. Environmental science is interdisciplinary; it embraces a wide variety of topics from different areas of study.
  • El curso del Nivel Avanzado de Español es similar al primer año de español en la mayoría de las universidades de Puerto Rico. Enfatiza en el estudio de la lengua a través de la lectura, la escritura y la oralidad y enfocar el análisis de textos literarios y no literarios como un medio para el desarrollo de la competencia lingüística y de la sensibilidad humanística.

  • El curso de Geometría se ofrece a estudiantes de escuela superior durante un año y tiene valor de un crédito. El enfoque es geometría transformacional. Estudios de los grupos afín, euclídeos, de semejanzas y sus invariantes principales en el plano y en el espacio. Aplicación al dibujo geométrico. Medidas de conjunto: distancia, área y volumen. 

    El curso se impartirá en línea, pero requiere una cantidad de horas de instrucción cara a cara. Las actividades que forman parte del curso presuponen un cierto grado de dominio tecnológico por parte de los estudiantes.                                                                                                            




  • Health is defined in the WHO constitution of 1948 as: A state of complete physical, social and mental well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Within the context of health promotion, health has been considered less as an abstract state and more as a means to an end which can be expressed in functional terms as a resource which permits people to lead an individually, socially and economically productive life. Health is a resource for everyday life, not the object of living. It is a positive concept emphasizing social and personal resources as well as physical capabilities.
  • El Curso de Historia de Estados Unidos se ofrece a estudiantes que cursan el undécimo grado de escuela superior y tiene valor de un crédito. Este curso está dirigido a la comprensión de la historia de los Estados Unidos de forma minuciosa, mediante el análisis crítico y la evaluación de los hechos políticos, económicos, sociales y culturales que han ido forjando este país a lo largo de su historia.  

  • El curso de Historia de la Civilización Occidental observa, analiza y discute los hechos históricos relevantes de cada época para que sirvan en la formación intelectual y moral del estudiante, desarrollando a un individuo con pensamiento crítico y de valores y virtudes inquebrantables.  El conocimiento y entendimiento de nuestro pasado como una sola raza: la humana, y de lo que somos capaces de hacer. Es sumamente importante en el desarrollo de personas comprometidas con soluciones en vez de problemas ante este nuevo siglo que enfrentamos.

  • Eight Grade History includes Ancient Civilizations up to the Discovery of America, during the first semester. During the second semester, students will study the colonization of America and the rise of the modern republics.
  • The course discusses such topics as the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, weather, the structure of the earth, environmentalism, the physics of motion, Newton's Laws, gravity, and astrophysics.

  • Physics is a branch of science that involves the study of the physical world: energy, matter, and how they are related.  The goal of this course is to help students understand the physical world. Throughout the class, the most important concepts of physics are learned, applying this knowledge to develop mathematical problems. Students will explore the concepts involved with motion in one- and two-dimensions, forces, work and energy, momentum and collisions, circular motion, gravitation, electricity and magnetism. These are studied individually, and how they interact as well.

  • This course reviews the basic math skills and introduces key concepts required for Algebra.
  • In this course students will study world history from the beginning of civilization to modern ages.

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Nuevo site para cursos virtuales
by Moodle Admin - Monday, 17 May 2010, 09:01 PM
 

Saludos!!!

Aqui esta el website para los cursos virtuales del colegio. A los maestros que se comienzen a afilar los dedos que tienen que ingresar sus cursos aqui.

Cualquier duda, griten!!!

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