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examination of course offerings in selected small high schools.

Lee Daniel Birdsell

examination of course offerings in selected small high schools.

by Lee Daniel Birdsell

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Published in 1965 .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • High schools -- Curricula.,
  • High schools -- Washington (State) -- Whitman County.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreCurricula.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 30 l.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16717525M

    This course examines a selected literary genre (including fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction) within and across a range of historical periods and cultural and national contexts. In addition to learning about genres, students will develop skills of close reading, textual support, inter-textual analysis and critical thinking. Small classes, typically students, ensure that each student is engaged and actively involved in the day’s lesson. To learn more about the Saint James School curriculum, please see "Departments" below. Under each department is a list of course offerings.

    Of course the school should expect the textbooks to get the basic facts right; every few months we hear of more ex-amples of egregious historical or scientific errors in major textbooks, and those are of course unaccept-able.3 If the teacher cannot trust the assertions of a U.S. history book, or the answer in a math teacher’sFile Size: KB. PGCPS COURSES AND PROGRAMS OF STUDY HIGH SCHOOL Courses listed in this publication make up the instructional program for the school system’s middle schools. Only approved core c.

    An examination of the book of Isaiah, this course emphasizes the theological significance of the purpose and message of the book for both Old and New Testaments. Special attention is given to its historical background and the critical issues surrounding the book, while focusing primarily on a detailed analysis of the content. Get a sample syllabus. This course will focus on college and career preparation through FFA contests. Wildlife/ Forestry Management.5 Credit Grade Semester. Come join us as we explore the great outdoors. This course is designed for the person who has an interest in conservation of natural resources, forestry and wildlife management.


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