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CPHS 2008 2009 Course Catalog

  1. 1. principles of four handed dentistry, instrument use and identification, tion of chair side intraoral materials. Students gain a familiarity with exposure control, OSHA regulations, and hazard control recommen- a professional dental setting through a 12 -hour externship in a local dations. Students explore dental ethics, jurisprudence, and manipula- dental office. tion of chair side intraoral materials. Students gain a familiarity with Dental Radiology 1.0 Credit a professional dental setting through a 12 -hour externship in a local This course prepares students to provide chair side assistance to the dental office. dentist in all phases of general and specialty dentistry. Topics include Dental Assisting 3 - (Fundamentals of Dental Materials) principles of four handed dentistry, instrument use and identification, exposure control, OSHA regulations, and hazard control recommen- 1.0 Credit dations. Students explore dental ethics, jurisprudence, and manipula- This course prepares students to provide chair side assistance to the tion of chair side intraoral materials. Students gain a familiarity with dentist in all phases of general and specialty dentistry. Topics include a professional dental setting through a 12 -hour externship in a local principles of four handed dentistry, instrument use and identification, dental office. exposure control, OSHA regulations, and hazard control recommen- dations. Students explore dental ethics, jurisprudence, and manipula- Course Catalogue
  2. 2. CORE CLASSES presentation applications, and the integration of these programs us- question. The Health Science Careers program enables juniors and ing software that meets industry standards. seniors to earn college credits in preparation for a career in a health field. English Introduction to Information Technology 1.0 Credit be studied include: personal finance, housing, transportation, taxes, Fundamentals of Nursing 1.0 Credit insurance, investments, purchasing and budgeting. Calculators will This course is designed to provide an introduction to information technology concepts and careers as well as the impact information To expose students to a possible career in the healthcare industry be used extensively. English I 1.0 Credit technology has on the world, people, and industry and basic web especially nursing by giving them a snapshot of the skills and knowl- Freshman English is required of all freshmen. This course includes Algebra I 1.0 Credit design concepts. The content includes information technology career edge required in Nursing. To build a basic foundation & knowledge on the study of grammar, composition, library orientation and research, This course is designed for the student who can independently use research; operating systems and software applications; electronic simple nursing skills and procedures. vocabulary, spelling, literature, oral expression, reading skills and and apply the basic skills of arithmetic. The course introduces the communications including e-mail and Internet services; basic web Hematology 1.0 Credit study skills. student to the basic structure of Algebra through the use and applica- commands and design; and emerging technologies. Hematology is the study of blood and an important part of clinical tion of real numbers, inequalities, factoring, polynomials, linear and English II 1.0 Credit Multimedia Foundations 1 1.0 Credit pathology and the diagnostic process. It includes not only the ex- quadratic equations, and graphs. Appropriate technology will be used Sophomore English continues to apply and refine the skills covered This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of funda- amination of the cellular and fluid potions of blood, but also includes to enhance mathematical understanding and problem solving skills. in Freshman English. mentals of multimedia. Students learn to plan and create presenta- a study of the tissues that form, store and circulate blood cells. An Students who successfully complete this course with a grade of “C” tions that incorporate scanned images, and images created in various introduction to hematology and coagulation. English III 1.0 Credit or higher should be prepared to take Geometry. formats and mediums. American Studies provides an integrated studies approach to Ameri- Anatomy & Physiology for Nursing - Respiratory System Geometry 1.0 Credit can History and Junior English. A two-hour block, the course combines Multimedia Foundations 2 1.0 Credit 1.0 Credit This course introduces the student to the deductive method of proof the chronological approach to American History with the literary, dra- This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of Web The function of the respiratory system is to deliver necessary oxygen with the use of points, lines, and planes. Solid geometry is integrated matic, and oral selections representative of the American experience. page layout and integration of video and animation into Web pages. to the body and remove carbon dioxide and other waste products with plane geometry to lead the student to consideration of two-and Students should expect an in-depth study of American cultural and Special emphasis is placed on good design, proper usage of typogra- from the tissues. The anatomy and physiology of the respiratory three-dimensional figures and to develop the ability to visualize should be capable of performing in peer groups on extensive projects. phy and images for delivery on the Internet. system, which is well suited to this task, is the topic of this course. space relationships. Students who successfully complete this course Critical thinking skills will be utilized to challenge student perceptions, Multimedia Foundations 3 1.0 Credit with a grade of “C” or higher should be prepared for Algebra II. Anatomy & Physiology for Nursing - and assessments will occur through oral presentations and a variety This course is designed to FURTHER provide a basic understanding of written work in addition to traditional tests. This course addresses Gastrointestinal System 1.0 Credit Algebra II 1.0 Credit of Web page layout and integration of video and animation into Web the requirements for both American history and junior English. Stu- The digestive system, also referred to as the gastrointestinal or This course begins with a review of Algebra I topics and introduces pages. Special emphasis is placed on good design, proper usage of alimentary tract, contains the organs involved in the ingestion and dents will receive one grade for the combined course. the following new topics: matrices, complex numbers, exponential typography and images for delivery on the Internet. processing of food. The digestive system plays a role in four major and logarithmic functions, conic sections, higher degree polynomial English IV 1.0 Credit Web Design 1 1.0 Credit functions: ingestion, digestion, absorption, and elimination. This suite functions, sequences and series, and trigonometry. This course is re- Senior English fulfills the requirement of a fourth year of English. describes the anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal system quired for students who are planning to attend most post-secondary This course is designed to provide a basic overview of the Internet, Composition, grammar, vocabulary, research and study skills, read- as well as diseases that can affect it. Intranet, and WWW. The content includes operating systems; basic institutions. ing and thinking skills, oral expression, and writing of forms, applica- HTML commands; navigation of the Internet, Intranet, and Web; and Anatomy & Physiology for Nursing - tions, and resumes are included. The course also includes a survey Trigonometry 1.0 Credit Web page design. of world literature from the Greeks and Romans to the twentieth Neurological System 1.0 Credit This honors level course will focus on the study of angles; the trigo- New Media and Digital Imaging Fundamentals 1.0 Credit century, with a review of literary terms. A research project is required The nervous system controls, organizes and communicates with the nometry of angles and real numbers; the trigonometric functions and This course provides an overview of presentation guidelines and various tissues that make up an organism. It is the primary command of each student. their inverses including their graphs; solutions of right and oblique design elements associated with various presentation types. Effec- center of the body. Every perception, be it taste, touch, smell, or sight triangles; verification of fundamental identities and analytic trigonom- Creative Writing 1.0 Credit tive digital photography composition and digital imaging software is mediated through the nervous system, and every action begins with etry; addition, subtraction and multiple angle formulas; the laws of This course offers an opportunity for students to analyze a diverse features including optimizing digital photographs for Web publication nervous system activation. The various components of the nervous sines and cosines; vectors and the dot and cross product; complex selection of literature as well as to develop extensively their own are covered. system integrate sensory information gathered from the body and numbers, De Moivre’s Theorem and nth roots of complex numbers; creative writing talents. Students are required to write a play, a relay it to the brain, which ultimately determines the appropriate polar coordinates and equations. The course will also include the Digital Video and Sound Fundamentals 1.0 Credit selection of various styles of poetry, a short story, and other types response. The course describes the anatomy and physiology of the study of functions including exponential and logarithmic functions. This course covers advanced planning and video editing for multi- of compositions. Emphasis is placed on the development of original nervous system, and how individual nerve cells communicate with media presentations. Students design presentations through various Pre-Calculus 1.0 Credit ideas, mechanics, vocabulary, and writing styles. one another. steps of development, implementation, and final output. This course is designed to complete the student’s pre-calculus train- Technical Writing 1.0 Credit Dental Assisting I 1.0 Credit ing. Topics from trigonometry and higher algebra are reviewed and/ Web Design 2 1.0 Credit This course is a comprehensive and flexible introduction to technical This course prepares students to provide chair side assistance to the or extended. A study of analytic geometry is included. Basic calculus This course provides advanced concepts for Internet, Intranet, and and professional communication. Exercises such as brief memos, dentist in all phases of general and specialty dentistry. Topics include concepts including limits, derivatives, continuity and integrals will Web design. The content includes Internet/Intranet tools, Web site summaries, formal reports and proposals will parallel the writing principles of four handed dentistry, instrument use and identification, be developed. The course is designed for those capable students promotion, advanced HTML commands, advanced page design, and demands students will face both in college and/or on the job. Using exposure control, OSHA regulations, and hazard control recommen- who have completed Algebra II. Students successfully completing multimedia applications. a variety of technology from word processing to Internet access will dations. Students explore dental ethics, jurisprudence, and manipula- this course with a grade of “C” or higher should be prepared to take also be a focus of the course. This course can replace a writing Web Design 3 1.0 Credit tion of chair side intraoral materials. Students gain a familiarity with Calculus. semester of junior or senior level English, and must be balanced with This course provides advanced concepts in HTML, design, and a professional dental setting through a 12 -hour externship in a local Calculus 1.0 Credit an equivalent reading semester. Prerequisite courses are Computer Internet tools. dental office. Applications and Sophomore English. This course includes a thorough study of differentiation and integra- Web Design 4 1.0 Credit Dental Technology 1.0 Credit tion with many applications. Limits and continuity are investigated This course provides advanced concepts in web site promotion, This course prepares students to provide chair side assistance to the Math in-depth. The course will emphasize the importance of mathematics interactive web site development, and using scripting languages as dentist in all phases of general and specialty dentistry. Topics include studied to date. After completion of this course, the student may wish they relate to WWW site. principles of four handed dentistry, instrument use and identification, to take the Advanced Placement Test. Pre-Algebra 1.0 Credit exposure control, OSHA regulations, and hazard control recommen- Web Design 5 1.0 Credit This elective credit course is designed only for students who haven’t dations. Students explore dental ethics, jurisprudence, and manipula- Science This course is designed to present an overview of e-commerce, intro- shown proficiency at the essential level of the Florida Math Stan- tion of chair side intraoral materials. Students gain a familiarity with duce scripting and increase proficiency in audiovisual techniques. dards. Topics include: ratio and proportion, percents, measurements, a professional dental setting through a 12 -hour externship in a local Biology 1.0 Credit integers, exponents, linear equations in one variable, graphing, Web Design 6 1.0 Credit dental office. absolute value, and basic geometry concepts. Students successfully This course is designed for sophomore level students and carries With the completion of this course the student will be able to plan, Oral Pathology 1.0 Credit completing this course with a “C” or higher should be prepared to take laboratory credit. Topics include genetics, ecology, evolution, human design, implement and promote a business web site using both in- This course is an introduction to the etiology, incidence, and disease Algebra I. This course DOES NOT cover material essential to meet- biology, plant and animal kingdoms, and microbiology or physics. dividual and team talents. Students will demonstrate proficiency with process of common oral and dental pathological conditions. Students ing or exceeding the Florida Math Standards at the proficiency level industry standard software. Earth Science 1.0 Credit gain familiarity with diseases of the teeth and supporting structures, and REQUIRES teacher recommendation for enrollment. Earth Science is designed for those students who have taken Chem- developmental disturbances of the oral cavity, and neoplasm’s; and, Academy of Health Sciences Consumer Math Physics and Biology and wish to further their study of the physical sciences. 1.0 Credit distinguish normal from abnormal tissue. Earth Science meets the laboratory science requirement for gradua- This elective credit course provides the student with a review of the Dental Assisting 2 - Instrument Setup 1.0 Credit “What do I want to do when I graduate?” is a question most high tion and college entrance. The student will study astronomy, geology, fundamental computational operations. At the same time, students school students face at one time or the other. And for some, the This course prepares students to provide chair side assistance to the meteorology and oceanography. will work with applications of mathematics in everyday life. Topics to Crescent Prep’s Health Science Careers program helps answer that dentist in all phases of general and specialty dentistry. Topics include
  3. 3. Principles of Entrepreneurship Chemistry corrections. The processes of these components and their relation- including political ideologies, religious beliefs, and unique cultural 1.0 Credit 1.0 Credit ship to one another, as well as the roles of related agencies, will be practices, as well as current situations of the world’s major ethnic This course provides instruction in the basic principles of entrepre- Chemistry is the study of the structure and composition of matter examined. regions, are discussed. neurship including the role of the entrepreneur, entrepreneurship as a that make up living things and their environment. Chemistry also career, ethics in business, and the principles of marketing, financing, deals with the study of the changes of matter and the mechanisms Law Enforcement and Operations American Government 1.0 Credit 0.5 Credit and managing a business. by which changes occur. This course is recommended for college- This course is a survey of the agencies that comprise the criminal This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge bound students. Marketing Essentials justice system, which are primarily law enforcement, the courts, and of the purpose, structure, and operation of the national and state 1.0 Credit Anatomy and Physiology corrections. The processes of these components and their relation- governmental systems. The primary content of study is the Federal 1.0 Credit This course is designed to prepare students for employment in vari- ship to one another, as well as the roles of related agencies, will be system and its underlying principles as they are related on National, ous sales, customer service, advertising and promotion, and first line This course is designed for those students who have taken biology examined. State, and local levels. supervisory positions in wholesale, retail and service areas. Students and who wish to further their study of biology. The student will study will prepare to perform marketing and management functions and the structure and function of the various cells, tissues, and integrated Juvenile Justice Economics 1.0 Credit 0.5 Credit tasks as they relate to selling and retailing, e-commerce, sports systems of the body. The course is designed to lay the groundwork This course surveys the area of juvenile justice and delinquency This course is designed to provide the student with a basic under- and entertainment, and hospitality and tourism industries. Students then move into various human systems. through the study of the theories of juvenile misconduct, the juvenile standing of the important relationships of economics to our social will experience application of the following Florida Math Standards: Physics court system, and methods of rehabilitation. Students will also and political problems. The course emphasizes the philosophy, de- 1.0 Credit number sense data analysis and probability, patterns and algebra, explore the history of juvenile justice, the stages of juvenile court velopment, and operation of our American economic system and its Applied Physics/Technology is a high school course in applied discrete math, and logic. proceedings, and the effects of treating juvenile offenders as adults. important influence upon the individual and society. science for vocational-technical and college-bound students. The Business Law 1.0 Credit material studied shows how technical concepts can be analyzed Criminal Law Sociology 1.0 Credit 0.5 Credit This course involves the study of how our nation’s laws were formed, and applied to equipment and devices in mechanical, fluid, electrical, This course introduces the general principles of criminal law. Topics Sociology is an elective course designed to familiarize students the ethics behind our laws, our kinds of law, how laws are enforced, and thermal energy systems. The course is designed for students to covered include both the policy and procedure of criminal law. with various cultures and the problems resulting from people living and the difference between crimes and torts. Laws for minors, explore and apply the principles of technology in a classroom setting in groups. This course covers such topics as culture, sub-cultures, Criminal Justice Operations 1 1.0 Credit families, and consumers will also be studied. However, the main with hands-on laboratory activities. social institutions, collective behavior, social change, social deviation, This course is designed to introduce students to the fields of law emphasis of this course will be the study of contracts–different types, Environmental Science the family, religion, racial and ethnic minorities, poverty, and crime. 1.0 Credit enforcement, the court system, and the correctional system. The how they are formed and ended, and damages. The latter portion of this course deals specifically with the pressing This is an introductory course for students who wish to study topics content includes career opportunities in these fields, court system, Marketing Operations problems of our society, their causes, and possible solutions. 1.0 Credit relating to the environment, its resources, quality and ethical issues. correctional system, interpersonal and communication skills, and The purpose of this course is to develop the competencies essential Environmental science is the study of the natural sciences in an Psychology 0.5 Credit employability skills. to marketing. These competencies include human relations, employ- interdisciplinary context that always includes consideration of people This course focuses on the study of human behavior. As an introduc- Criminal Justice Operations 2 1.0 Credit ability, communication, math, and economic skills. The fundamentals and how they have influenced various systems around us. It includes tion to the field of psychology, this course includes consideration of This course is designed to develop competencies in patrol, traffic of marketing and selling are also included. many aspects of biology, earth and atmospheric sciences, fundamen- psychological principles, terminology, major theories, careers, meth- control, defensive tactics and physical proficiency skills, and first aid tal principles of chemistry and physics, human population dynamics, International Marketing ods of experimentation, and practical applications. Special topics 1.0 Credit and cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills. and an appreciation for the Earth and its natural resources. include personality development, problem solving, group dynamics, The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the basics of Criminal Justice Operations 3 1.0 Credit Botany and motivation. 1.0 Credit international marketing. These competencies include an understand- This course is designed to develop competencies in crime and ing of import and export basics. Presents basic concepts of plant biology for the non-major, focusing SS11 Criminal Justice 0.5 Credit accident investigation procedures, forensic science tasks, crime on the plant characteristics, unity and diversity, growth, and repro- Marketing Applications Criminal Justice is an elective course designed to provide the student 1.0 Credit prevention, and property control procedures. duction. Students discuss current ideas in agriculture, horticulture, with a basic understanding of the concepts, processes and institu- This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth study medicine, biotechnology, ecology, conservation, and environmental Crime Scene Technology 1.0 Credit tions of the Criminal Justice system; to provide an understanding and of marketing in a free enterprise society and provide the knowledge, issues. Laboratory work includes greenhouse and field studies. This course is designed to develop working knowledge of all basic te- appreciation of how laws work to meet human problems; and how skills, and attitudes required for employment in a wide variety of Zoology nets in crime scene technology that are encompassed in the phases interpretations of laws change to meet the needs of a changing social 1.0 Credit marketing occupations. of crime scene search, recording, evidence gathering, packaging order. This course will include such topics as the juvenile justice sys- The course gives an introduction to zoology, with particular emphasis E-Commerce Marketing 1.0 Credit of evidence and courtroom testifying. The purpose is to provide for tem, courts, law enforcement, careers in criminal justice, corrections, on the morphology and systematics of both vertebrates and inver- This course is designed to provide students with general knowledge the proper collection of crime scene evidence according to all legal and the background to the criminal justice system. tebrates. In addition, the students should acquire basic knowledge of the use of the World Wide Web as a marketing tool including the dictates and to present in related courts. in human ecology (including an introduction to the biosphere and development of a web site and supporting marketing activities includ- Foreign Language bio-diversity). Introduction to Corrections 1.0 Credit ing the management of an internet marketing campaign. This course is a comprehensive examination of corrections. Students Marketing Management 1.0 Credit Social Studies Spanish I 1.0 Credit will explore the corrections process, alternatives, and the history and This course provides instruction for career sustaining level employ- future directions in corrections. Students develop the ability to communicate about themselves and ment in the industry. The content includes applied skills related to the American History their immediate environment using simple sentences containing ba- 1.0 Credit marketing functions including employment skills required for success Academy of Business sic grammatical structures. The language-learning process integrates Students in American History are given an opportunity to: in marketing and career planning as related to a marketing industry. basic aspects of the geography, customs, and culture(s) of the target 1.) Gain a basic knowledge of events and facts of National and State & Entrepreneurship language countries. History from earliest cultures to the present, Academy of Internet Technologies 2.) Become familiar with the literature of American History Spanish II 1.0 Credit Managers play a critical role in shaping America’s future. Businesses & New Media 3.) Develop social studies skills such as map and graph interpreta- Students continue to develop proficiency in all four language skills: need managers who are effective, creative, disciplined and well edu- tion, listening, speaking, reading, and writing with emphasis on the ability cated. The Business Management career choices gives students the 4.) Develop skills in interpretation and analysis of both primary and New Media specialists are an exceptional group of contemporary stu- to communicate orally. They learn to function in real-life situations us- career skills to gain a understanding in the many areas of business. secondary documents or sources, dents. They must possess deep and far-ranging skills in their fields of ing more complex sentences and grammatical structures. They read Career opportunities include management positions in manufactur- 5.) Develop historical writing skills. concentration along with a broad understanding of the social and eco- material based on familiar topics and write short, directed composi- ing companies, business and management consulting, financial nomic impact of all cutting-edge new media technologies. They must World History/Geography tions. They learn about the family structure, school life, and holidays 1.0 Credit planning and banking, sales management, marketing and personnel be consummate problem solvers, with the well-honed ability to teach of the target language countries. administration. World History/Geography is a required course for sophomores themselves emerging technologies. And, finally, they must have the concerning the nations and peoples of the world. Included with the French I 1.0 Credit Business Ownership 1.0 Credit knowledge and composure to make informed, timely decisions in an history and geography are cultural development, political and eco- Students will learn to read, write, speak, and understand spoken The purpose of this course is to prepare students as entrepreneurs, arena of constant urgency and change: a huge challenge! nomic systems and social structures. The student will be challenged French. A developmental approach to the acquisition of essential present entrepreneurship as a career path that is worth consideration, Computing for College and Careers 1.0 Credit to think critically about international relations, human commonalities vocabulary will build upon different themes at each level. The main provide students with the skills needed to realistically evaluate their and differences and their impact on the student’s own life. This course is designed to provide a basic overview of current busi- language used in the class is French. In some stages a bilingual ap- potential as a business owner, and develop the fundamental knowl- ness and information systems and trends and to introduce students World Geography proach is used to explain grammar or to introduce cultural concepts 1.0 Credit edge and skills necessary to start and operate a business. to the basics and foundations required for today’s business environ- especially at the early levels. It is most important to note that the target World Geography encompasses both the physical and cultural Business Management and the Law 1.0 Credit ments. Emphasis is placed on developing proficiency with touch language is used extensively and it is the student’s responsibility to aspects of the discipline. Early emphasis is placed on the develop- This course is designed to provide an introduction to business keyboarding and fundamental computer applications, so that they work with the teacher to master this essential oral component. ment and appreciation of physical geographic knowledge including management techniques. Topics include human relations, decision may be used as communication tools for enhancing personal and meteorology, geomorphology and cartography. These skills having making, communication techniques, business law concepts, and work place proficiency in an information-based society. This also been mastered, a cultural approach to the world/s various ethnic characteristics of the American enterprise system. includes proficiency with computers using databases, spreadsheets, regions is addressed during the remainder of the year. Elements

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