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1 Cedar Hill ISD 2016 Secondary Summer School Catalogue

2 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Payment Plan 3 Algebra I 4 Algebra I EOC Boot Camp 4 Biology 5 Biology EOC Boot Camp 5 Chemistry 6 Computer Programing 6 English I 7 English I EOC Boot Camp 7 English II 8 English II EOC Boot Camp 8 Entrepreneurship 9 Honors Algebra II 9 Honors English III/ Honors English IV 10 Honors Geometry 10 Honors Pre-Calculus 11 Honors Spanish I 11 Honors Spanish II 12 Integrated Physics and Chemistry 12 Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance 13 Principles of Hospitality & Tourism 13 Principles of Information Technology 14 Restaurant Management 14 US History EOC Boot Camp 15 Virtual 15 2

3 Introduction Cedar Hill ISD is pleased to offer Summer Sessions. Consisting of two sessions, the summer program is an opportunity for currently enrolled students, future students from other institutions including rising high school freshman to take high school coursework for credit and enrichment. Payment Plan A $60 deposit is required to hold a classroom seat. *All deposits are non-refundable unless the class does not make.* A class must have 16 students enrolled for a class to make. Summer Session I May 2 nd May 9 th May 16 th May 23 rd May 31 th $60 Deposit Due $25 Payment Due $25 Payment Due $25 Payment Due $25 or Total Amount Due The payment plan is not a requirement. Students can pay the deposit and make a final payment of the total amount due by May 31 th. Students will be allowed to continue enrollment until the class is full or the morning before the second day of classes. Students that miss more than two days from a class will be dropped from the class and will not receive credit. Refunds will not be awarded. Summer Session II June 1 st June 6 th June 13 th June 20 th June 27 th $60 Deposit Due $25 Payment Due $25 Payment Due $25 Payment Due $25 or Total Amount Due The payment plan is not a requirement. Students can pay the deposit and make a final payment of the total amount due by June 27 th. Students will be allowed to continue enrollment until the class is full or the morning before the second day of classes. Students that miss more than two days from a class will be dropped from the class and will not receive credit. Refunds will not be awarded. 3

4 Algebra I Course Description: Algebra 1 provides the foundation concepts for high school mathematics. It includes the study of foundations for functions, linear functions, and quadratic and other nonlinear functions. The course emphasizes basic algebraic reasoning processes, applications, and problem-solving in real world situations. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class if they have already attempted the Algebra I EOC at least once. Special Messages: Students that have failed the Algebra I EOC and Algebra I can take this class instead of attending the Algebra I EOC boot camp. *Although a student may have only failed one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* Algebra 1 EOC Boot Camp Course Description: This enrichment course is designed to aid student success on the Algebra 1 EOC. It is an additional math course focused on supporting instruction in the regular Algebra 1 class. Instruction also reinforces prerequisite concepts for Algebra 1 that a student may be lacking. Pre-requisites: Students that have not received the required score on the End of Course Exam. 0 credit/free Time: 8:30 am-12:30 pm Monday-Thursday - (June 13 July 7) Special Messages: Students needing support in multiple classes should concentrate in one area. *Unlimited seats available* 4

5 Biology Course Description: Biology includes the study of a variety of topics that include: structures and functions of cells and viruses; growth and development of organisms; cells, tissues, and organs; nucleic acids and genetics; biological evolution; taxonomy; metabolism and energy transfers in living organisms; living systems; homeostasis; ecosystems; and plants and the environment. Students will discover that the living world is made up of systems. All systems have basic properties that can be described in terms of space, time, energy, and matter. Change and constancy occur in systems and can be observed and measured as patterns. Models of objects and events are tools for understanding the natural world and can show how systems work. They have limitations and based on new discoveries are constantly being modified to more closely reflect the natural world. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class, if they have already attempted the Biology EOC at least once. Special Messages: Students that have failed the Biology EOC and Biology can take this class instead of attending the Biology EOC boot camp. *Although a student may only need one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* Biology EOC Boot Camp Course Description: This enrichment course is designed to aid student success on the Biology EOC. It is an additional Biology course focused on supporting instruction in the regular Biology class. Instruction also reinforces prerequisite concepts for Biology that a student may be lacking. Pre-requisites: Students that have not received the required score on the End of Course Exam. 0 credit/free Time: 8:30 am-12:30 pm Monday-Thursday - (June 13 July 7) Special Messages: Students needing support in multiple classes should concentrate in one area. *Unlimited seats available* 5

6 Chemistry Course Description: In Chemistry, students conduct field and laboratory investigations, use scientific methods during investigations, and make informed decisions using critical thinking and scientific problem solving. Students study a variety of topics that include: characteristics of matter; energy transformations during physical and chemical changes; atomic structure; periodic table of elements; behavior of gases; bonding; nuclear fusion and nuclear fission; oxidation-reduction reactions; chemical equations; solutes; properties of solutions; acids and bases; and chemical reactions. Students will investigate how chemistry is an integral part of our daily lives. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class, if they have already passed Biology and taken at least one semester of chemistry. Special Messages: *Although a student may only need one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* Computer Programing Course Description: The course will train the student to work effectively as entry-level developers. The beginning students learn the fundamentals of computer programming using one specific objectoriented Programming language. Afterwards, students will learn the system development process. They will work on individual projects reflecting industry work scenarios. Pre-requisites: Students must have a passing score on all current EOC exams..5 credit/free Special Messages: Students will be automatically enrolled in Principles of Technology Information & Computer Programing during the summer, if they enroll in this course. Therefore, the student will receive credit for Principles of Technology Information & Computer Programing. The time for both courses combined will be the same as a 1 credit course. *Only 25 seats available* 6

7 English I Course Description: The English I course is a cumulative and sequential program to increase and refine communication skills. Throughout the course a balance is maintained in reading, writing, listening/speaking, and viewing/representing skills. English students read extensively in multiple genres from classic and contemporary literature and informational text to learn the literary forms and terms associated with selections being read. High school students will use the writing process to complete a variety of written compositions on a regular basis. Prerequisite: Students can only take this class if they have already attempted the English I EOC at least once. Special Messages: Students that have failed the English I EOC and English I can take this class instead of attending the English I EOC boot camp. *Although a student may have only failed one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* English I EOC Boot Camp Course Description: This enrichment course is designed to aid student success on the English I EOC. It is an additional English course focused on supporting instruction in the regular English I class. Instruction also reinforces prerequisite concepts for English I that a student may be lacking. Pre-requisites: Students that have not received the required score on the End of Course Exam. 0 credit/free Time: 8:30 am-12:30 pm Monday-Thursday - (June 13 July 7) Special Messages: Students needing support in multiple classes should concentrate in one area. *Unlimited seats available* 7

8 English II Course Description: The English II course is a cumulative and sequential program to increase and refine communication skills. Throughout the course a balance is maintained in reading, writing, listening/speaking, and viewing/representing skills. High school students read in multiple genres from world literature (classic, contemporary and informational texts). Students learn and interpret literary forms and terms associated with selections being read. Students will use the writing process to complete a variety of written compositions on a regular basis. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class if they have already attempted the English II EOC at least once. Special Messages: Students that have failed the English II EOC and English II can take this class instead of attending the English II EOC boot camp. *Although a student may have only failed one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* English II EOC Boot Camp Course Description: This enrichment course is designed to aid student success on the English II EOC. It is an additional English course focused on supporting instruction in the regular English II class. Instruction also reinforces prerequisite concepts for English II that a student may be lacking. Pre-requisites: Students that have not received the required score on the End of Course Exam. 0 credit/free Time: 8:30 am-12:30 pm Monday-Thursday - (June 13 July 7) Special Messages: Students needing support in multiple classes should concentrate in one area. *Unlimited seats available* 8

9 Entrepreneurship Course Description: In this course you will learn the basics needed to plan and launch your own business. Do you have what it takes to start a new business? Do you have an idea for a business but need the tools to get started? This course will provide you with the core skills you need to become successful. In this course you will study the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs. You will also learn about self-employment and basic economic concepts related to small businesses, such as competition and production. This course will also walk you through the steps of setting up a business, including developing a business plan, a mission and a vision, attracting investors, and marketing your company. Pre-requisites: Students must have a passing score on all current EOC exams..5 credit/free Miyosha Guinn Special Messages: Students will be automatically enrolled in Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance during the summer, if they enroll in this course. Therefore, the student will receive credit for Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance and Entrepreneurship. The time for both courses combined will be the same as a 1 credit course. *Only 25 seats available* Honors Algebra II Course Description: Students will study the Algebra 2 TEKS with additional emphasis on special functions, operations with radicals, exponential and logarithmic equations, and matrices. Also, topics relating to trigonometry and probability and statistics will be addressed. Pre-Advanced Placement Algebra 2 focuses on application and emphasizes higher level thinking skills geared toward calculus. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class if they have already passed the Algebra I EOC and Algebra I. Rayton Kamhuka Special Messages: *Although a student may have only failed one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* 9

10 Honors English III or Honors English IV Course Description: The English III course is a cumulative and sequential program to increase and refine communication skills. Throughout the course a balance is maintained in reading, writing, listening/speaking, and viewing/representing skills. High school students read in multiple genres from American and other world literature. English IV focuses on the study of the forms and intentions of literature, particularly British Literature, the conventions of written English, and the production of a variety of essays. Students learn and interpret literary forms and terms associated with selections being read. Students will use the writing process to complete a variety of written compositions on a regular basis. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class if they have already attempted the English I & II EOC at least once and passed English I and English II. Sandera Magee/ Special Messages: *Although a student may have only failed one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* Honors Geometry Course Description: Students will study the Geometry TEKS in greater depth with additional emphasis on logic, geometric proofs and algebra applications. This course of Geometry focuses on application through research-based projects, number theory, and mathematical language. Emphasis will be placed on using higher level thinking skills. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class if they have already passed Algebra I. Tavi Byrd Special Messages: *Although a student may only need one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* 10

11 Honors Pre-Calculus Course Description: G/T Pre-calculus is designed for mathematically talented students who are intellectually curious and are independent thinkers. It includes an in-depth study of traditional Precalculus concepts such as functions, trigonometry, analytic geometry, sequences and series, probability, statistics and data analysis as well as an introduction to calculus. This is a challenging course which students may take in lieu of Pre-calculus (H). Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class if they have already passed Algebra I. Dinesh Yadav Special Messages: *Although a student may only need one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* Honors Spanish I Course Description: The student uses the four fundamental communicative skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with emphasis on listening and speaking. Students read and write material containing vocabulary and grammar that is comprehended aurally and reproduced orally. The student studies the way of life, the history, and the customs of Spanish-speaking peoples. With a focus on oral proficiency, extended time is devoted to listening and responding. Pre-requisites: Completion of 8 th grade or received high credit while in middle school. Miriam Ramirez Special Messages: *Although a student may have only failed one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* 11

12 Honors Spanish II Course Description: The student continues the development of the four fundamental communicative skills to improve proficiency. Reading comprehension ability as well as cultural understanding is emphasized; however, the focus on oral proficiency is maintained. Laboratory work is continued as in Spanish I but is more intensive. Opportunities for media interaction are included. Pre-requisites: Completion of Spanish I or received high credit while in middle school. Santiago Camacho Special Messages: *Although a student may have only failed one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* Integrated Physics and Chemistry Course Description: Integrated Physics and Chemistry integrates the disciplines of physics and chemistry in the following topics: motion, waves, energy transformations, properties of matter, changes in matter, and solution chemistry. Students will discover how science has built a vast body of changing and increasing knowledge described by physical, mathematical, and conceptual models, and also should know that science may not answer all questions. Students will discover that the physical world is made up of systems. All systems have basic properties that can be described in terms of space, time, energy, and matter. Change and constancy occur in systems and can be observed and measured as patterns. Models of objects and events are tools for understanding the natural world and can show how systems work. They have limitations and based on new discoveries are constantly being modified to more closely reflect the natural world. Pre-requisites: Students can only take this class, if they have already passed Biology. Bobby Soehnge Special Messages: This course cannot be taken after Chemistry or Physics. *Although a student may only need one semester of this course, they will have to sit for the entire course. *Only 25 seats available* 12

13 Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Course Description: Students gain foundational knowledge and skills in economies and private enterprise systems, the impact of global business, marketing of goods and services, advertising, and product pricing. Students analyze the sales process and financial management principles. This course allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems and settings in business, marketing, and finance. Pre-requisites: Students must have a passing score on all current EOC exams..5 credit/free Miyosha Guinn Special Messages: Students will be automatically enrolled in entrepreneurship during the summer, if they enroll in this course. Therefore, the student will receive credit for Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance and Entrepreneurship. The time for both courses combined will be the same as a 1 credit course. *Only 25 seats available* Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Course Description: This course provides opportunities for students to participate in a learning experience that combines classroom instruction with actual business and industry career experiences. Hospitality Services integrates academic and career and technical education; provides interdisciplinary instruction; and supports strong partnerships among schools, businesses, and community institutions with the goal of preparing students with a variety of skills in a fast-changing workplace. This course incorporates management principles and procedures of the travel and tourism industry as well as destination geography, airlines, international travel, cruising, travel by rail, lodging, recreation, amusements, attractions, and resorts. Employment qualifications and opportunities are also included in this course. Pre-requisites: Students must have a passing score on all current EOC exams..5 credit/free Erica Henderson 13

14 Special Messages: Students will be automatically enrolled in Principles of Hospitality & Tourism and Restaurant Management during the summer, if they enroll in this course. Therefore, the student will receive credit for Principles of Hospitality & Tourism and Restaurant Management. The time for both courses combined will be the same as a 1 credit course. *Only 25 seats available* Principles of Information Technology Course Description: Students in this single-period laboratory science course apply physics and mathematics concepts through a unified systems approach to develop a broad knowledge base of the principles underlying modern technical systems. Students study seven technical principles: force, work, rate, resistance, energy, power, and force transformers, emphasizing how each principle plays a unifying role in the operation of mechanical, fluid, electrical, and thermal systems in high-technology equipment. This "principles and systems" approach to studying these technical principles provides a foundation for further education and career flexibility as technology and technical systems advance. Pre-requisites: Students must have a passing score on all current EOC exams..5 credit/free Special Messages: Students will be automatically enrolled in Principles of Technology Information & Computer Programing during the summer, if they enroll in this course. Therefore, the student will receive credit for Principles of Technology Information & Computer Programing. The time for both courses combined will be the same as a 1 credit course. *Only 25 seats available* Restaurant Management Course Description: This course provides an overview of the lodging management industry. The student will have the opportunity to explore hospitality careers, food service, restaurant organization, hotels and hotel organization, meeting industry, management and leadership, human resources, marketing and selling, marketing communications, management companies, and ethics in hospitality management. Pre-requisites: Students must have a passing score on all current EOC exams..5 credit/free Erica Henderson Special Messages: Students will be automatically enrolled in Principles of Hospitality & Tourism and Restaurant Management during the summer, if they enroll in this course. Therefore, the student will receive credit for Principles of Hospitality & Tourism and Restaurant Management. The time for both courses combined will be the same as a 1 credit course. *Only 25 seats available* 14

15 U.S. History EOC Boot Camp Course Description: This enrichment course is designed to aid student success on the US History EOC. It is an additional U.S. History course focused on supporting instruction in the regular U.S. History class. Instruction also reinforces prerequisite concepts for U.S. History that a student may be lacking. Pre-requisites: Students that have not received the required score on the End of Course Exam. 0 credit/free Time: 8:30 am-12:30 pm Monday-Thursday - (June 13 July 7) Special Messages: Students needing support in multiple classes should concentrate in one area. *Unlimited seats available* Virtual Course Description: Virtual Courses allow students to learn online anytime, anywhere while still being challenged by a rigorous, standards-driven curriculum. Self-paced, out-of-the-box, whole semester courses that include pre-tests to target learning allow students to concentrate on their skill gaps and complete course requirements quickly. Pre-requisites: Students must have a satisfactory score on the EOC, before taking a tested area course. Varies/ $160 per course Special Messages: Students will be allowed to register for as many courses as they like, but will be held to the strict time restraints of each course. Virtual classes that are not taught by a certified teacher are not recognized by the NCAA. *48 seats available* 15

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