In this lesson, students are asked to derive the meaning of a word by using context clues within a sentence.
Math study in high school goes well beyond the simple arithmetic and pre-algebra learned in grades K-8.
In addition, students learn communication skills that will be needed both in class and in the workplace.
In high school language arts, students learn to analyze a variety of types of literature, from short stories and novels to nonfiction, manuals and instructions, drama, poetry, and speeches.
The Language Arts curriculum is organized into four English courses that correlate to state standards, and involve many different aspects of the English language.
Each high school English course includes writing practice, vocabulary development, reading comprehension and communication skills.
The high school math curriculum is organized into five courses designed engage students in practical, real-life math problems.