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New Classes to be offered 2019-20 school term

 

 

Hospitality and Tourism
Fall term/1 credit (2 Periods)
Grades 10-­12
Fee: $35.00
The Hospitality and Tourism course is the prerequisite for all pathways included in the
Hospitality and Tourism cluster. Major topics include introduction to hospitality and
tourism, recreation, travel and tourism, lodging, restaurants and food and beverage
services, safety and sanitation, customer relations, and quality services. The required
school-­based laboratory for the Hospitality and Tourism cluster is a commercial food
service kitchen with a food serving and dining area. School-­based laboratory
experiences are essential for students to develop skills in the hospitality and tourism
industry.


Travel and Tourism I
Prerequisite: Hospitality and Tourism
Spring term/1 credit (2 periods)
Grades 10-­12 Fee: $20.00
Travel and Tourism I is a course focused on the development, research, packaging,
promotion, and delivery of a traveler’s experiences that may include creating guide
books, planning trips and events, managing a customer’s travel plans, or overseeing a
convention center.


Education and Training**
Fall term/1 credit (2 periods)
Grades 10-­12
Fee: $20.00
This course is the prerequisite for all pathways included in the Education and Training
cluster. The course is designed for students who are interested in pursuing careers in
education. Course content includes the organizational structure of education, careers,
the role of the teacher, characteristics of effective teachers, communication skills, the
teaching and learning processes, learning styles, research, characteristics of positive
classroom environments, human growth and development, curriculum development,
student characteristics, teaching techniques, learning activities, educational initiatives,
technology, and careers. Observational experiences are a required component of this
course. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), an integral part of
the curriculum, provides opportunities to apply instructional competencies and
workplace readiness skills, enhances leadership development skills, and provides
opportunities for community service.


Teaching I **
Spring term/1 credit (2 periods)
Prerequisite: Education and Training
Grades 10-­12
Fee: $20.00
The course includes content that helps students implement the teaching and learning
processes. Major topics included in this course are funding sources, budget
preparations, legal aspects, research, teaching and learning theories, curriculum
development, positive learning environments, creative teaching techniques, appropriate
learning activities, instructional resources, community resources and services, scope
and sequence charts, course outlines, lesson plans, testing, grading, developing
partnerships, technology, and careers. School-­based laboratory experiences are
essential for students to develop skills in teaching. Observational experiences are a
required component of this course. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
(FCCLA), an integral part of the curriculum, provides opportunities to apply instructional
competencies and workplace readiness skills, enhances leadership development skills,
and provides opportunities for community service.

 


**We are slated to have a pre-K class on campus for the 2019-2020 school year.