.5 Health Credit (if enrolled in LCTC Health Sciences)
LIVONIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOUR-YEAR PLAN HIGH SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS WITH LCTC ELECTIVES Beginning with the 2011 Graduating Class English Language Arts 9 English Language Arts 10 English Language Arts 11 Biology Chemistry Physical Science OR Physics World History U. S. History Geometry Algebra I
“. . . each pupil in grade 7 is provided with the opportunity to develop an educational development plan (EDP), . . . has developed an educational plan before he or she begins high school . . . . and shall be based on a career pathways program or similar career exploration.”
* HB5606 (11), April 2006
LIVONIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENT NAME:_______________________________DATE:_______ EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN STUDENT SIGNATURE:__________________________DATE:_______ PARENT SIGNATURE:___________________________DATE:_______ COUNSELOR SIGNATURE:_______________________DATE:_______ The Livonia Public Schools School District prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, height, weight, marital status, handicap, or disability in any of its educational programs or activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Director of Human Resources, 15125 Farmington Road, Livonia, MI 48154, 734-744-2500. DRAFT 01/11/07
Possible Occupations/Career by selected pathways
Career Pathways (Goals from Assessment results)
Educational/Training Goals ___2 yr associate’s degree ___Trade/Technical School ___4 yr bachelor’s degree ___Doctoral degree ___Master’s degree ___Apprenticeship ___On the job training ___Military ___Other □ Student has been made aware of Career Technical Education programs leading to career options. *Personal Curriculum Plan (attached)______________________________________ Date REQUIRED (Electives must include the following): □ .5 Physical Education 20 hrs. on line experience □ .5 Health will be included in Academic OR (enrolled @LCTC Medical Program) courses . □ 1.0 Visual, Performing, Applied □ 2.0 World Languages (beginning Class of 2016) 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 6 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ 5 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ Social Studies □ Government B/Economics B □ Government/Economics □ AP Government/Economics Social Studies □ U. S. History B □ U. S. History □ AP U. S. History Social Studies □ World History B □ World History 4 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester □ ____________ □______________ Science □ Physical Science □ Principles of Physics □ Physics Science □ Chemistry B □ Principles of Chemistry □ Chemistry Science □ Biology B □ Principles of Biology □ Biology 3 Mathematics □ Algebra II B □ Pre Calc □ AP Calc □ Math or Math related course □ Technical Math enrolled @LCTC Mathematics □ Intermediate Algebra □ Algebra II □ *.5 Algebra II (enrolled @ LCTC Personal Curriculum Plan) □ Accelerated Analysis Mathematics □ Algebra I B □ Algebra I □ Accelerated Algebra II Mathematics □ Geometry B □ Geometry □ Accelerated Geometry 2 English Language Arts □ Choice □ Choice □ AP English Language Arts12 English Language Arts □ English Language Arts 11B □ English Language Arts 11 □ Accelerated English Lang Arts 11 English Language Arts □ English Language Arts 10B □ English Language Arts 10 □ Accelerated English Lang Arts 10 English Language Arts □ English Language Arts 9B □ English Language Arts 9 □ Accelerated English Lang Arts 9 1 Grade 12 Grade 11 Grade 10 Grade 9
C.1Engage in full iterative cycles of the artistic/creative process by problem seeking, exploring, making analytical application, aesthetic, and design choices, before completion
COURSE EVIDENCE : Specific evidence from course content expectations – units of study, activities, projects, etc, that supports the given strand.
Course evidence : Students will use proper drawing techniques to create working drawings to represent objects, parts and ideas, Students will go through a process in deciding how the shapes will be drawn and what type of drawings will give the best information to the audience. Students will participate in several design projects that will involve student doing research, brainstorming, and creating working drawings of their ideas. As an example, students will sketch a preliminary design of a floor plan and then draw it to scale. Students will also create a 3D model of this design using CAD software.
CTE (approved and non-approved) District Approved VPA Courses Receiving Credit
Family and Consumer Science
604- Sewing 1
605 – Sewing II
606- Open Sewing
608 – Creative Design Projects
610 – Foods 1
611 – Foods 2
612 – Foods 3
617 – Interior Design
634- Introduction to Drafting
636 - Architectural Drafting
638 – Mechanical Drafting
652 – Introduction to Woods
653 – Advanced Woods
590 - Software Media Management
591 - Advanced Software Media Management
592 - Digital Media Management
593 - Interactive Media Management
928 – Hospitality Management (Culinary Arts at FHS)
929 – Hospitality Management (Culinary Arts at FHS)
The Algebra II credit required under that section may be modified as part of a personal curriculum, under this subsection only if the pupil has successfully completed at least 2 credits of the mathematics credit required under section 1278a(1)(a)(i) or and meets one of the following:
(iii) enrolls in a formal career and technical education program or curriculum, and in that program or curriculum, successfully completes the same content as 1 semester of Algebra II as determined by the department.
Allowable Math Modifications Personal Curriculum Plan October 23, 2007 High School Personal Curriculum Guidelines 4 Math or math-related credit Algebra II content In CTE Algebra I and Geometry (no sequence required) Modification after successful completion of 2 math credits 4 Math or math-related credit Algebra II ½ credit Students required to take Geometry and Algebra I Modification after successful completion of minimum of 2.5 math credits 4 Algebra II Algebra I and Geometry (no sequence required) Modification after successful completion of 2 math credits allowing Algebra II to be taken over two years 4 Final year math or math-related credit Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry (no sequence required) MMC without PC Total Credits 1 credit 1 credit 1 credit 1 credit
Disseminates new information and legislative changes to Regional teachers as they become available
Acts as a collection center for materials developed to assist all teachers in the Region
Schedules and facilitates Professional Learning Community meetings as needed
Suggestions in Developing a 5-year Plan to include CTE Programs Aligned with HS Requirements
1. Begin Career Development Process including an EDP starting in 7 th grade (In Michigan, this could meet the 20-hour on-line learning).
2. Identify credits students have met/may be able to meet before entering high school—Ex. On-line and Algebra 1.
3. List CTE courses meeting varied high school credit requirements:
a. On-line; b. Visual, Performing, or Applied Arts;
c. Senior year – 4 th year math related; d .5 Algebra II; and/or
e .5 Health Credit ( based on instructor credential in Health Sciences) CRITICAL: follow process for Board approval .
4. For each Career Pathway/Pathway Cluster offered, create a template to include CTE program course(s) along with the added requirements they fulfill, and then all other required courses. Pathway/Pathway Cluster templates