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  • Mandatory Safety Exams for Industrial Technology Courses ... High School and Jr. High

  • A one semester introductory course on parenting, childbirth and newborn to age 4 development.

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  • A continuation of the beginning Nutrition & Wellness (Foods 1) course.  More advanced food topics, including in-depth preparation of foods, adapting foods for specific dietary needs, and food issues.

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  • This course is worth .5 credits towards the Personal and Family Finance Program of Study at Ash Grove.  This course is aligned with the Missouri Personal Finance competencies and the assessment and certification competencies for the Personal and Family Finance Technical Skill Assessment (TSA).  Personal Finance is a required class for graduation in the state of Missouri.  Students not passing the class must retake the class until it is passed.

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  • American Government covers the varying political and economic systems used in the world.  Then we examine the U.S. Constitution from it's conception to it's use in our country today.

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  • World Geography takes a global perspective at describing the earth and all that reside in it.  Students will examine the geographic features, and the human population and culture found in various parts of the earth.

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  • The course covers the world events from the European Middle Ages up through World War I.

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  • An elective course that studies human society and social behavior.  Positive human relationships are an essential part of a civilized society and how we interact with each other is important so that we can find answers to questions and solve problems in our world. “Sociology teaches us to look at life in a scientific, systematic way.” The way that we view the world comes from what we learn in our everyday activities. “The values, beliefs, lifestyles of those around us, as well as historic events help to mold us into unique individuals who have varied outlooks on social reality.” This course deals with the social atmosphere that helps to make us who we are and how we behave. Sociology will cover topics such as culture, violence, deviance, social control, socialization and personality, group behavior, social class, and social institutions. The key component of this course is to study ourselves and the society that influences our behavior.

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  • Introduction to Psychology is a semester-long course. The course is designed to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Students will be exposed to the psychological facts, principles and phenomena associated with the major sub-fields within psychology. They will also learn about the methods psychologists use to monitor and evaluate psychological processes. Evaluation will be based on a combination of student and class projects, objective tests, presentations, a psychological book analysis, and class participation.

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  • This course is designed to help student’s master beginning and advanced skills in the areas of word processing, database management, spreadsheet applications, desktop publishing, multimedia, Internet usage, and integrate software applications.


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