Continuing Education. Youth Academy Adult Enrichment Professional Development FALL 2014

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1 HIGH CONTINUING SCHOOL PROGRAM EDUCATION Continuing Education Youth Academy Adult Enrichment Professional Development FALL 2014 SUMMER 2015

2 NEW PROGRAM! SUMMER COLLEGE AT COD Think of College of DuPage as the place to get a head start on your college experience! Summer College at COD prepares students to succeed at the college level, provides support every step of the way and promotes a smooth transition to the first year of college for less cost per credit hour than four-year schools. LIMITED ENROLLMENT REGISTER SOON Incoming high school juniors, seniors and college freshmen may apply for this selective program, which includes earning college credit and experiencing college life and student services. This condensed five-week course includes academic, enrichment and social programs to get you on the path to a successful future in college! ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF SUMMER COLLEGE SUMMER COLLEGE AT COD Find out what your future holds in five weeks. Earn college credit to transfer to four-year colleges or universities Lower tuition than four-year schools Take classes with other high school students at a local high school or at College of DuPage Succeed with small class sizes and dynamic instructors Develop college-level reading, writing and research skills through enrichment modules THERE S MORE TO EXPLORE COD offers a variety of college programs and services designed just for high school students. Check out cod.edu/highschool for details on Early Admissions, Dual Credit, Career Exploration and more. LEARN MORE TODAY! College of DuPage Continuing Education 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn, IL Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 1110 (630)

3 SUMMER 2015 HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM Continuing Education Contents The High School program at College of DuPage has a full range of options to continue and enhance your academic progress during the summer. High School certified instructors teach classes in a condensed, convenient format near your home and trained instructors provide personal enrichment opportunities. Think of College of DuPage as the place for summer high school learning opportunities! Summer College at COD High School Credit Courses Leadership Institute Test Preparation College Success Series Review and Enrichment Courses Black Rocket Technology Courses For more information about youth programs from kindergarten through high school, go to We hope you explore the many options available to you. Make it a great summer with COD High School Programs! Danielle Kuglin Seago High School Program Coordinator College of DuPage Continuing Education HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT COURSES Glen Ellyn Neuqua Valley Waubonsie Valley Metea Valley Naperville Yellow Box...11 Westmont...11 Online...11 High School Credit Course Descriptions LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE...14 TEST PREPARATION...15 COLLEGE SUCCESS SERIES REVIEW COURSES TUTORING...19 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS...20 MAP AND LOCATIONS...21 REGISTRATION FORM...23 Follow College of DuPage Continuing Education TEACH WITH CONTINUING EDUCATION To learn more about teaching a course with College of DuPage Continuing Education, visit or

4 4 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

5 PARENT/STUDENT INFORMATION SESSION All students and a parent/guardian registered for the 2015 High School summer program are required to attend an information session prior to the start of the summer program. Mandatory orientation session dates will take place on: Tuesday, May 19, from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday, June 1, from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 4, from 5 to 6 p.m. You can register for a summer program orientation on This presentation includes details on: Policies Grading Student/Parent Handbook Required Paperwork All parents and students registered for the 2015 High School summer program review and sign required documents as a part of the session. Refund Policy A full refund will be granted if a student withdraws from first-semester classes by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10. Withdrawals for the second semester must occur prior to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1. Full refunds will be provided for classes that do not meet a minimum enrollment one week prior to the scheduled start. No refunds will be issued for the following reasons: If a student registers for class and does not attend If a student withdraws after the abovementioned withdrawal dates for any reason If a student is dropped for violation of the Student Code of Conduct Appropriate Use of Computer/Internet and/or the High School Attendance Policy. How to Register Students may register online at myaccess.cod.edu, by mail at the address below, by fax at (630) , or by phone at (630) You may also register by writing to the Continuing Education office at Parents/students can use the registration form at the back of this catalog to register for classes when mailing or faxing. Please complete all of the information requested on the form. If you would like to mail your registration, send your completed form to: Continuing Education Attn: High School Program College of DuPage 425 Fawell Blvd. Glen Ellyn, IL Textbooks Textbooks for the summer High School program are available for purchase or rent from the Follett College of DuPage Bookstore. Parents/guardians must be present for in-store textbook rental and a credit card is required. You will find information on required books and materials, and their corresponding ISBN numbers when applicable, at The College of DuPage Bookstore is located on campus in Glen Ellyn at 425 Fawell Blvd. in the Student Resource Center (SRC), Room Summer hours for the bookstore are Monday to Thursday, 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you would like additional information about textbook options, you can call the bookstore at (630) or order online at Absences Summer school is a condensed school experience; however, illness and emergencies do occur. In accordance with state mandate, students are allowed two (2) absences per semester course. More than two absences per course will result in a Withdraw grade being issued for no credit, without a refund. Calling in a student absence does not excuse the absence. Tardies Four (4) tardies at the beginning of the day, the break, or leaving early at the end of the day per semester course equals one (1) absence. Tardies exceeding 15 minutes equal an absence. Any combination of absences and tardies that exceed two (2) days results in a Withdraw grade being issued for no credit, without refund. Every effort is made to notify the parent/guardian of absences or tardies. Parents are asked not to register their child for summer school classes when they anticipate a conflict with their personal schedule. No special arrangements will be made after the allowed two (2) days of absence for any reason. Final Exams Final exams are given on the last day of class for each semester. If a student is absent for the final exam, COD cannot and will not provide an opportunity for any make-up exam, nor will COD administer the final exam early or proctor the exam at a later time. The grade the student receives for the final exam in these cases is recorded as an F (zero points) and is factored into the semester grade. Absences, tardies and final exam policies are outlined in the Student/Parent Handbook. The parent/guardian and student signatures on the Student/Parent Handbook constitute understanding and acceptance of these conditions. Students Needing Accommodations Please note that the accelerated pace of the COD High School summer program frequently presents an exceptional challenge that may not meet the learning needs of some students. One day in the summer program equals one week of a regular school year. Consult with your high school guidance counselor prior to registration. When appropriate, accommodations will be provided. All students requesting accommodations need to self-identify with the Center for Access and Accommodations and provide appropriate documentation of their disability at least 30 days prior to the first day of class. Students need to contact the Center by Friday, May 8, for Semester 1 and by Thursday, June 4, for Semester 2. Students notifying the Center for Access and Accommodations after this deadline may have a delay in receiving services. Center for Access and Accommodations Student Services Center (SSC), Room 3249 Phone: (630) TDD: (630) Fax: (630) CLASS LOCATIONS Glen Ellyn classes will be held on campus at: College of DuPage 425 Fawell Blvd. Glen Ellyn, IL ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS Metea Valley High School 1801 N. Eola Road Aurora, IL Naperville Yellow Box (Community Christian Church) 1635 Emerson Lane Naperville, IL Neuqua Valley High School th St. Naperville, IL Waubonsie Valley High School 2590 Ogden Ave. Aurora, IL Westmont Center 650 Pasquinelli Drive Westmont, IL Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

6 FIRST SEMESTER June 12 to July 2, 2015 District 204: June 15 to July 2, 2015 SECOND SEMESTER July 6 to 24, 2015 District 204: July 6 to 23, 2015 ONE DAY in the summer program = ONE WEEK of a regular school year. HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT COURSES College of DuPage offers a two-semester High School summer program. These programs are open to students entering or currently enrolled in high school. The summer program is an extension of the regular academic program designed to provide students with opportunities to gain academic credit or to explore interests by auditing a class. It is an excellent occasion for incoming freshmen to become more familiar with high school expectations. Prompt and consistent attendance is mandatory to ensure the same contact hours and teaching and learning opportunities as during the school year. One day in the summer program equals one week of a regular school year. Students should not register for classes for high school credit if they have vacation plans, employment, athletic camps/competitions or other obligations that prevent them from attending class. Textbooks for these courses are available for purchase or rent through the Follett College of DuPage Bookstore. A complete list of textbooks and ISBN numbers can be found at The first semester runs from June 12 to July 2; the second semester runs from July 6 to 24. Classes are offered in two formats. All College of DuPage locations for high school courses are scheduled for four hours, 16 minutes per day, Monday to Friday. District 204 high school courses are scheduled four days a week, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:50 p.m., Monday to Thursday. Please contact your guidance counselor for credit eligibility. 6 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

7 Glen Ellyn (College of DuPage Campus) Semester 1 Monday to Friday Friday, June 12, to Thursday, July 2 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Geometry, sem. I YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra II w/trig, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra II w/trig, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Precalculus, sem. I YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Science (tuition includes lab fees) Biology, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Physics, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Chemistry, sem. I YEHSC $369 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Language Arts Speech YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. One-semester class/berg Instructional Center Speech YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/berg Instructional Center Speech YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/berg Instructional Center English 9, sem. I YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center English 10, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center American Literature, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center British Literature YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center World Languages Spanish I, sem. I YEHSC $369 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Business and Consumer Education Consumer Education YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/berg Instructional Center High School Credit Program Social Studies American Government YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution test/bic American Government YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution test/bic U.S. History, sem. I YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Glen Ellyn (College of DuPage Campus) Semester 2 Monday to Friday Monday, July 6, to Friday, July 24 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Geometry, sem. II YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra II w/trig, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Algebra II w/trig, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Precalculus, sem. II YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

8 Science (tuition includes lab fees) Biology, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Physics, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Chemistry, sem. II YEHSC $369 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Language Arts Speech YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. One-semester class/berg Instructional Center Speech YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/berg Instructional Center English 9, sem. II YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center English 10, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center American Literature, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Film as Literature YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center World Languages Spanish I, sem. II YEHSC $369 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Berg Instructional Center Business and Consumer Education Economics YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/berg Instructional Center Social Studies American Government YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution test/bic U.S. History, sem. II YEHSC $349 8 a.m.-12:16 p.m. Neuqua Valley High School Semseter 1 Monday to Thursday Monday, June 15 to Thursday, July 2 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Geometry, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Algebra II w/trig., sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Precalculus, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Science (tuition includes lab fees) Biology, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Chemistry, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Physics, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Social Studies American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL constitution test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL constitution test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL constitution test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL constitution test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL constitution test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL constitution test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL constitution test U.S. History, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. U.S. History, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. U.S. History, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. 8 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

9 Business and Consumer Education Consumer Economics YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class Neuqua Valley High School Semester 2 Monday to Thursday Monday, July 6, to Thursday, July 23 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Geometry, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Algebra II w/trig., sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Precalculus, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Science (tuition includes lab fees) Biology, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Chemistry, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Physics, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Social Studies American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution Test American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution Test U.S. History, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. U.S. History, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. U.S. History, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Waubonsie Valley High School Semester 1 Monday to Thursday Monday, June 15, to Thursday, July 2 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Algebra II w/trig., sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. High School Credit Program Language Arts English I Literature, Language YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and Composition, sem. I English II American Literature YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and Composition, sem. I English III Comparative Studies YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and Composition, sem. I World Language Spanish I, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Spanish II, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Spanish III, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Social Studies American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grades for U.S./IL constitution test U.S. History, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

10 Waubonsie Valley High School Semester 2 Monday to Thursday Monday, July 6, to Thursday, July 23 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Algebra II w/trig., sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Language Arts English I Literature, Language YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and Composition, sem. II English II American Literature YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and Composition, sem. II English III Comparative Studies YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class and Composition, sem. II World Language Spanish I, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Spanish II, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Spanish III, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Business and Consumer Education Consumer Economics YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class Social Studies American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grades for U.S./IL Constitution test U.S. History, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Metea Valley High School Semester 1 Monday to Thursday Monday, June 15, to Thursday, July 2 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Geometry, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Algebra II w/trig., sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Science (tuition includes lab fees) Biology, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Chemistry, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Physics, sem. I YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Social Studies American Government YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution test U.S. History, sem. I YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. 10 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

11 Metea Valley High School Semester 2 Monday to Thursday Monday, July 6, to Thursday, July 23 Mathematics Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Geometry, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Algebra II 2 w/trig., sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Science (tuition includes lab fees) Biology, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Chemistry, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Physics, sem. II YEHSC $369 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Social Studies U.S. History, sem. II YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Business and Consumer Education Consumer Economics YEHSC $349 7:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Naperville Yellow Box Semester 1 Monday to Friday Friday, June 12, to Thursday, July 2 Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. American Government YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution test Speech YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class Naperville Yellow Box Semester 2 Monday to Friday Monday, July 6, to Friday, July 24 Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Westmont Regional Center Semester 1 Monday to Friday Friday, June 12, to Thursday, July 2 High School Credit Program Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $ :16 p.m. American Government YEHSC $ :16 p.m. One-semester class/separate grade for U.S./IL Constitution test Westmont Regional Center Semester 2 Monday to Friday Monday, July 6, to Friday, July 24 Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Speech YEHSC $ :16 p.m. Online Algebra I, sem. I YEHSC $349 Online June 15-July 8 Algebra I, sem. II YEHSC $349 Online July 13-Aug. 3 Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

12 High School Credit Course Descriptions Homework is assigned and grades are given. Check with your guidance counselor for credit eligibility. Mathematics Algebra I, Sem. I and II This course is equivalent to high school Algebra I and promotes the sequential study of variables and variable expressions encompassing operations of real numbers, systems of equations and inequalities, graphs of linear relations, rules of exponents, work with quadratic functions and equations, operations with polynomials, including factoring techniques, operations with rational expressions, and radical expressions and equations. The course is designed to strengthen students skills and attitudes toward quantitative reasoning. Algebra II with Trigonometry, Sem. I and II This course is the equivalent of high school Algebra II w/trigonometry and reviews and extends the main concepts of algebra by examining linear equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations, quadratic functions and complex numbers, polynomial functions, rational exponents, exponential and logarithmic functions, arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, combinations, permutations and probability, right triangle trigonometry, graphing trigonometric functions and solving trigonometric equations. Prerequisite: Algebra I Geometry, Sem. I and II This course is equivalent to one year of high school geometry and promotes the sequential study of coordinate geometry, measurement, inductive and deductive reasoning, parallel line relationships, congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, proportions related to similarity, right triangle relationships, circles and their related angles and segments, area formula for planar figures, surface area and volume formulas for solids, and equations and graphs of lines. The course is designed to strengthen students skills and attitudes toward quantitative reasoning. Prerequisite: Algebra I Pre-Calculus, Sem. I and II This course is equivalent to one year of high school pre-calculus and reviews and extends the main concepts of advanced algebra by examining functions, equations and inequalities that include linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, rational, and radical, as well as sequences and series. The course is designed to strengthen students skills and attitudes toward quantitative reasoning. Prerequisites: Geometry and Algebra II Language Arts American Literature, Sem. I and II Two semesters of American Literature are equivalent to one year of high school American Literature and emphasize the study of American literature, literary history, language and composition. Please note that this is considered a junior-level course in most local school districts but is offered to sophomores in District 204. British Literature This course explores literary trends of the late 19th- and 20th-century British writers. Poetry, essays, novels, short stories and plays of this period are included. Classic works are read, discussed and analyzed within the context of the eras they represent. English 9, Sem. I and II Two semesters of English 9 are equivalent to one year of high school freshman English and covers fundamental skills in composition, grammar and usage. Emphasis is given to reading, writing, thesis-development and continuity, literary types, vocabulary and study skills. English 10, Sem. I and II Two semesters of English 10 are equivalent to one year of high school sophomore English and emphasize the study of literature, writing, grammar, vocabulary, study skills and complex tasks and expands on the skills introduced at the freshman level. Film as Literature Students study film as a form of literature from historical, thematic, genre and artist approaches viewing films. Students also study and put into practice the styles and techniques of making motion pictures. While there is an emphasis on viewing, listening and group discussions, students develop notable Englishbased skills. Reading skills are addressed through assignments. Writing skills are addressed through a strong expository writing component in the curriculum. Speech This equivalent of one semester of high school Speech is designed to help students develop an understanding of basic concepts in the process of oral communications, including communication theory, speech preparation and delivery. English I Literature, Language and Composition This course targets literacy analysis through study of myth, short story, novel, poetry and drama. Descriptive, expository, argumentative and narrative writing, as well as basic research techniques and speaking skills are emphasized. In addition, students will refine grammar and usage skills through the writing process and effective composition strategies. English II American Literature and Composition This course includes the study of American literature from colonial through contemporary periods using thematic strands. Students will read journals, biographies, essays, novels, short stories, plans, and poetry representing American authors and authors of various ethnic backgrounds. The literature will promote student s analytical abilities and will encourage critical thinking through the writing of expository, argumentative, and narrative essays. In addition, the literature will service as models and materials for speaking in persuasive, informative and entertaining forums. English III Comparative Studies and Composition This course continues college preparation of language and composition through a skills-based study of a wide variety of texts representing multiple cultures and genres. Students will utilize skills to critically analyze information, synthesize valid sources, and develop cogent arguments while implementing 21st century skills and technologies. World Language Spanish I, Sem. I and II This course is the equivalent of one year of high school Spanish I. It serves as an introduction to the sound system, pronunciation, basic vocabulary, verb structure and other grammatical concepts of the language. 12 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

13 Spanish II, Sem. I and II This course is the equivalent of one year of high school Spanish II. It builds and expands on the concepts covered in Spanish I while introducing more advanced structures and vocabulary. Listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing skills are practiced through small group and teacher-directed activities. Spanish III, Sem. I and II This course is the equivalent of one year of high school Spanish III. It integrates the concepts covered in Spanish I and II with more complex structures and advanced vocabulary. Increased fluency and enhanced communication skills are achieved through the reading of short stories and through writing exercises. Homework is assigned and grades are given. Check with your guidance counselor for credit eligibility. Sciences Biology, Sem. I and II This course is the equivalent of one year of high school Biology. A basic survey of the biological sciences, this course employs an inquiry approach to study living organisms and their basic structures. Topics include chemistry, cells, ethics, classification, plants, ecology, study of animal body systems culminating in a dissection, evidences of evolution, structure and function of DNA, protein synthesis, Mendellian and applied genetics, and current trends in biology. Chemistry, Sem. I and II This course is the equivalent of one year of high school Chemistry, covering fundamental lab skills through the periodic table and kinetic molecular theory through an understanding of acid-base reactions. It focuses on understanding the different forms of matter that comprise our physical world and the many changes these forms of matter undergo in our universe. District 204 students have a geometry prerequisite. Physics, Sem. I and II This course is equivalent to one year of high school Physics. This course is designed to give the student an overview of various areas of the physical universe. Laboratory experiences permit inquiry into the nature of physical science and to inquire into the nature of physical law, a process that is transferable to any discipline. Some problem solving is included. District 204 students have a geometry prerequisite. Social Studies American Government This equivalent of one semester of high school American Government provides students with a critical perspective on government and politics in American life. Attention is given to the political system, how it works and the rights and responsibilities of citizens. The U.S. and Illinois Constitution tests will be administered during this course. U.S. History, Sem. I and II This course is equivalent to one year of high school U.S. History. Attention is given to Colonial America, the American Revolution, the rise of American political thought, Federalist and Republic eras, westward expansion, manifest destiny, slavery, Civil War, Reconstruction, Progressive movement, economics, Post War, Cold War, Civil Rights, Vietnam, Watergate and recent administrations. The U.S. and Illinois Constitution exams are given during the first semester of the class. Business and Consumer Education Consumer Education This equivalent of one semester of high school Consumer Education promotes the study of financial principles and consumer practices on which individual and family welfare depend. Topics include career planning, budgeting, taxes, insurance, housing, investments, buying techniques, product evaluation and consumer resources. Economics This course is the equivalent to one semester of high school economics. It is a study of the American economic system and its role in the global economy. Topics include money, taxes, investment, supply and demand, labor issues, international trade and global economic systems. Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

14 LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE The Leadership Institute is the premiere leadership program for DuPage County students. It offers a variety of programs, including leadership certificates, workshops and leadership conferences for youth and parents. For additional information, call (630) Leadership Training for Counselors If you are interested in education or working with youth, learn to guide students in the Explorer Camp program! You will gain knowledge and skills around developing and implementing age-appropriate activities and behavior management techniques. Additional topics include dealing with sensitive topics, mentoring others and working with special populations. CPR and first aid training are included. Please bring a sack lunch. Ages 13 to 16. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Monday to Friday, June 22 to 26 YEEXC $245 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday to Friday, July 13 to 17 YEEXC $245 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Counselor Training Program If you have completed the Counselor-in-Training Leadership Program (CTLP), continue with the experiential component of the College of DuPage Explorer Camp. Upon approval from the Explorer Camp staff, the Counselor Training Program is available for registration on a two-week basis throughout the summer. The cost is $185 for Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students interested in registering for the Councelor Training Program may call Continuing Education at (630) for more information. Creative Writing Leadership Workshop Creative Writing Leadership Workshop offers high school students an opportunity to develop writing skills in an intensive pre-college writing program.this writing workshop will help students improve skills in a community of advanced writers. Students will have the opportunity to have individual consultation with the instructor and share work with peers for support and feedback. Please bring a sack lunch. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Monday to Friday, June 22 to 26 YEEXC $245 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Entrepreneurship Leadership Certificate Program Do you have the next BIG idea? Have you ever dreamed of being on Shark Tank? Participate in the Youth Entrepreneurship program to help propel your entrepreneurial spirit. You will gain knowledge around strategic planning and visioning, business plan development and marketing basics. Also learn to navigate networking and use technology to take your business idea to the next level. Please bring a sack lunch. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Monday to Friday, July 6 to 10 YEEXC $245 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday to Friday, July 20 to 24 YEEXC $245 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The Authentic Leadership Institute Capstone Experience This capstone experience uses the authentic leadership model, rooted in the trust that there is inherent goodness at our core. Through cultivating self-awareness, skillful communication and effective action, leaders can find new responses to complex situations and create environments that invite courage and risk-taking. Please bring a sack lunch. Participants learn to: Develop self-awareness Clarify personal values, purpose and vision Communicate authentically and compassionately with individuals and groups Appreciate and value diversity Have strategic conversations Facilitate change DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Monday to Friday, Aug. 3 to 7 YEEXC $245 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 14 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

15 TEST PREPARATION ACT Test Preparation Review math, science reasoning, reading and English usage in preparation for the ACT exam. Practice under simulated testing conditions using simulated ACT questions. Course includes an introduction to the ACT writing section. The textbook is included. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Monday to Friday, June 15 to June 19 YEHSC $425 On campus BIC 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, June 15 to July 29 YEHSC $425 On campus BIC 6:30-9:30 p.m. (no class June 29 and July 1) Monday to Thursday, July 6-23 YEHSC $425 Neuqua Valley 9 a.m.-noon Monday to Thursday, July 6-23 YEHSC $425 Neuqua Valley 12:50-3:50 p.m. XXXXXXXX ACT Weekend Intensive Scheduled for the weekend before the ACT Examination, this crash course provides students with strategies to prepare for the test. Testing strategies are emphasized with a brief overview of the math, science reasoning, reading and English usage in preparation for the ACT exam. Bring a sack lunch. Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. YEHSC , $245 On campus in Glen Ellyn ACT Customized Test Preparation Prepare for the ACT exam in a way that best suits your needs. Concentrate on specific subject areas of your choosing, practice under simulated testing conditions and benefit from one-on-one instruction. Price includes six hours of tutoring time and all materials. The textbook is included. Call (630) for more information and to register. Six hours of one-on-one instruction, $455 SAT Test Preparation Review math, critical reading and writing in preparation for the SAT exam. Practice using authentic SAT questions. The textbook is included. Monday to Thursday, July 6 to 23 12:50-3:50 p.m. YEHSC , $349 Neuqua Valley High School SAT Strategies The SAT Test measures slightly different skills from the ACT Exam. Learn how these two exams vary and focus on strategies to maximize your SAT test score. Saturday, May 30 9 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $75 On campus in Glen Ellyn, Berg Instructional Center (BIC) PSAT Test Preparation If you have your sights set on a college scholarship or early admission, this class prepares you for the PSAT. Comprehensive math and verbal material is covered. Practice the skills needed to excel on standardized achievements tests. The textbook is included. Monday to Thursday, Aug. 3 to 6 9 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $209 On campus in Glen Ellyn, Berg Instructional Center (BIC) Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

16 COLLEGE SUCCESS SERIES Many students are surprised at the differences in studying and managing college courses versus high school. Prepare for the next step of your academic success. Register for one or all of our classes in the College Success Series. College Success Writing Workshop Writing papers is an integral part of college life and the process and expectations are different than those in high school. Learn strategies to improve or generate fresh and compelling ideas. Focus on sentence structure, punctuation and grammar. Please bring paper and pencil, as well as a sack lunch. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Tuesday, July 28 YEHSC $89 Neuqua Valley 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3 YEHSC $89 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. College Success Note Taking and Outlining Good class notes are imperative for college success. Discover the ingredients of good note taking. Learn to discern the important and relevant material and then concentrate on the process of effectively organizing notes. Please bring paper and pencil, as well as a sack lunch. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Wednesday, July 29 YEHSC $89 Neuqua Valley 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4 YEHSC $89 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. College Success Test-Taking Strategies Understand how to better prepare for tests and learn techniques to improve exam performance. Minimize your test anxiety and score to your true potential. Please bring paper and pencil, as well as a sack lunch. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Thursday, July 30 YEHSC $89 Neuqua Valley 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5 YEHSC $89 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 16 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

17 College Success Critical Reading Workshop A successful college student absolutely must learn to be a critical reader. Instructors require students to think logically as they evaluate and ask questions about their reading assignments. College students are called on to analyze everything from persuasive essays to political rhetoric to excerpts of classic literature. If you expect to write informed essays or take part in challenging class discussions, you ll first need to practice some critical reading strategies. Please bring paper and pencil, as well as a sack lunch. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Monday, July 27 YEHSC $89 Neuqua Valley 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6 YEHSC $89 On campus BIC 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. College Success Navigating College Athletics and the Recruiting Process The path to being accepted to college for a student-athlete is more complex and the process and timing differ, in fact, starting much earlier for the student-athlete. This course is designed to educate student-athletes and their parents about navigating the often confusing, generally stressful college search and recruiting process and to assist the college bound student-athlete how to make sound and fact-based decisions throughout the entire process DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Wednesday and Thursday, July 15 and 16 YEHSC $89 Neuqua Valley 5-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, July 23 and 24 YEHSC $89 On campus BIC 6-9 p.m. College Success Navigating the Student-Athlete College Experience The purpose of this course is to help student athletes successfully navigate their college experience as a student-athlete. Students will be provided with informed strategies to assist student-athletes in their college experience in accomplishing educational, career and life objectives. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Wednesday and Thursday, July 15 and 16 YEHSC $89 Neuqua Valley 1-4 p.m. Thursday and Friday, July 23 and 24 YEHSC $89 On campus BIC 2-5 p.m. Common App Essay Workshop Get a jump on your college applications by creating a working draft of your Common App essay. Workshop ideas to address this year s prompts, then develop a draft, and begin the editing process in a comfortable, supportive setting. Students will work one-on-one with the instructor and with peers to create this important personal essay. You will leave the class with a working draft that s ready for a final review by a parent, teacher or counselor. Time permitting, students may also workshop their supplement essays. DATES CODE PRICE LOCATION TIME Mondays and Wednesdays, July 13, 15, 20 and 22 YEHSC $189 On campus BIC 4-6 p.m. Monday to Thursday, Aug. 3 to 6 YEHSC $189 On campus BIC 6-8 p.m. Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

18 REVIEW COURSES Writing Workshop Learn valuable writing techniques to improve your academic performance. This course offers narrative, persuasive and expository writing styles with individual conferencing. Please bring a sack lunch. Monday, July 20 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $89 Neuqua Valley Monday, Aug. 3 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $89 On campus BIC Speed Reading Improve your reading skills. Learn to read faster and increase comprehension. Acquire skills for skimming and scanning, previewing and overviewing, recognizing cue words and organizational patterns. Please bring a pencil and pen and a spiral notebook. Wednesday and Thursday, July 15 and 16 9 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $89 On campus in Glen Ellyn BIC Monday and Tuesday, July 20 and 21 12:30-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $89 Neuqua Valley Group Study Skills Students in grades 10 to 12 learn valuable study skills to enhance academic performance. This condensed course offers strategies on organization, test taking, reading for comprehension and note taking. Please bring a pencil and pen and a spiral notebook. Wednesday and Thursday, July 22 and 23 12:30-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $89 Neuqua Valley Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 5 and 6 9 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $89 On campus BIC Freshman Study Skills This course is designed for incoming high school freshman. Learn strategies for more efficient studying and learning with topics to include organizational skills, time management, note taking, study strategies and test-taking skills. Monday to Thursday, July 20 to 23 12:30-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $149 On campus in Glen Ellyn BIC Tuesday to Thursday, July 28 to 30 8 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $149 Neuqua Valley Résumé Assistance Whether preparing for the college admissions process or applying for jobs, this résumé assistance course is for you. This course covers gathering information, developing and enhancing a résumé, and writing a cover letter. Monday to Wednesday, June 15 to p.m. YEHSC , $125 Neuqua Valley Monday to Wednesday, June 22 to a.m. YEHSC , $125 On campus in Glen Ellyn Job Survival Workshop Learn to develop an organized plan of action to marketing your skills to prospective employers through your resume, application, interviewing and non-verbal skills, making a great first impression and post-interview follow-up strategies. Networking and workplace etiquette will be addressed. Thursday, June 18 8 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $65 Neuqua Valley Thursday, June p.m. YEHSC , $65 On campus in Glen Ellyn 18 Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

19 Test-Taking Skills Learn and practice effective techniques to help reduce test anxiety. Prepare taking tests in a variety of subjects. The course includes test-taking strategies, terminology and reviewing tests. Please bring a pen, pencil and a spiral notebook. Wednesday, July 15 12:30-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $51 Neuqua Valley Tuesday, Aug. 4 9 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $51 On campus in Glen Ellyn BIC Algebra I Preview This preview class is designed for students who will enroll in this course in the upcoming year. Instruction will focus on new topics for this level of math and is beneficial for students needing to build skills and confidence around mathematics. Monday to Thursday, June 22 to 25 9:00 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $149 On campus in Glen Ellyn Monday to Thursday, July 13 to 16 12:30-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $149 Waubonsie Valley Geometry Preview This introduction to high school geometry includes plane geometry, congruence, polygons and special quadrilaterals to strengthen skills and attitudes toward mathematical reasoning. Please bring a pencil and a spiral notebook. Monday to Thursday, July 27 to 30 12:30-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $149 Neuqua Valley Monday to Thursday, Aug. 3 to p.m. YEHSC , $149 On campus BIC Algebra II Preview This preview class is designed for students who will enroll in this course in the upcoming term. Algebra I topics will be reviewed as well as an introduction of new topics for the next level of math. Monday to Thursday, July 20 to 23 12:30-3:30 p.m. YEHSC , $149 Neuqua Valley Monday to Thursday, Aug. 3 to 6 9 a.m.-noon YEHSC , $149 On campus in Glen Ellyn BIC TUTORING FOR ALL AGES Tutoring is available in a variety of subject areas. Expert instructors hold a minimum of a bachelor s degree and have been selected for their tutoring skills, knowledge and sensitivity to individual needs. Private and smallgroup tutoring sessions are available at several locations throughout the college district. Call (630) for an appointment. Private Tutoring Receive private tutoring in the subject area of your choice. Expert instructors can assist you in most college-level subjects. Three hours of tutoring time: $179 Six hours of tutoring time: $299 Private tutoring in ACT test preparation (6 hours includes textbook): $455 Private computer tutoring (6 hours): $359 Semi-Private Receive semi-private tutoring with one other student in the same subject area. Meet with an expert tutor for six one-hour sessions. Each student must register separately. Six hours of semi-private tutoring time: $160 per student Group Tutoring Receive group tutoring with three or four other students in the same subject area. Meet with an expert tutor for eight one-hour sessions. Each student must register separately. Eight hours of group tutoring time: $149 per student Register Online at myaccess.cod.edu For more information, call (630)

20 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Available to High School Graduates College of DuPage Continuing Education is excited to offer allied health training certificate programs: Dental Assistant, Hemodialysis Technician, Massage Therapy, Pharmacy Technician Certification, Physical Therapy Assistant and Veterinary Assistant. Students must have a high school diploma or GED and be 18 years of age to register. Visit edu/conted for more information. To register or for more information, you can call us at (630) , Dental Assistant Students will learn procedures and lab techniques 240-hour program 120 hours dedicated to in class instruction State-of-the-art dental hygiene clinic/lab 120 hours of externship Tuition including all materials and fees: $2,999 Hemodialysis Technician BONENT accredited and approved 350-hour program Externship included within program Tuition including all materials and fees: $4,700 Massage Therapy 12-month program (3 terms), full time 48.5 credit hours and credits toward an AAS Meets and exceeds requirements for the Illinois Massage Therapy License Program Eligible for Financial Aid Pharmacy Technician Certification 105 hours of instruction Prepares students to take the ExCPT and the PTCB national certification exams Offered for credit or non-credit Tuition including all materials and fees: $1,499 Physical Therapy Assistant 60-hour program Prepares students for entry-level work in a physical therapy office Tuition: $999 Earn a certificate of job training as a physical therapy assistant from COD Veterinary Assistant Gain knowledge skills of hospital procedures, examinations and customer experience 150-hour program 60 hours of externship Tuition including all materials and fees: $1, Continuing Education High School Program Summer 2015

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