This section is to give you an idea about what some of the course structure will look like. These are older copies of courses so you can be assured that some of the actual courses will be somewhat different. The layout and design will be similar.

Short Description.

This course is an opportunity to look at your own unique set of interests, aptitudes, skills, values and personality as they relate to this career exploration experience. The requirement for this particular credit is that you: determine your personal interests, abilities, values and personality type, you investigate three career clusters, and that you evaluate that experience as it relates to your own personal life goals and attributes. The work you do should be your own; it is your own personal profile that matters, not what you think others expect of you. Be honest in answering the questions and surveys and have fun exploring the wonderful world of careers.

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Learning to draw is like learning to see in a whole new way. Drawing helps you see the big picture when problem-solving. In this class, you'll learn about art history while you make practice drawings, portfolio drawings, and a visual journal that will help you improve your drawing skills, and create a web portfolio of your work.

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This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

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How will we interact with the world around us which is changing faster than many people can keep up? This course will use a mixture of old stories (Norse Myth and Othello) as well as the most recent events of the day to determine a balance between technology and humanity.

Students will work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication using the the most current technologies available. Students will work both individually and in groups for class assignments.

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This course uses Frank Herbert's Dune to meet course requirements. This course only focuses on the work by Frank Herbert.

This unit covers the MN Academic Standards in English/Language Arts for Literature [RL]: Key Ideas & Details 11.4.1.1; 11.4.2.2; 11.4.3.3

This unit covers the MN Academic Standards in English/Language Arts for Writing [W]: Text Types & Purposes 11.7.1.1; 11.7.2.2; 11.7.3.3.