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  1. Summit American Literature Honors, Part 2 (ENG304B)

    In this 11th Grade English course, students read and analyze works of American literature from colonial to contemporary times, including poetry, short stories, novels, drama, and nonfiction. The literary works provide opportunities for critical writing, creative projects, and online discussions. Students develop vocabulary skills and refresh their knowledge of grammar, usage, and mechanics in preparation for standardized tests. Students enrolled in this challenging course will also complete independent projects that deepen their understanding of the themes and ideas presented in the curriculum. This is the second semester of 304.

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  2. Summit British and World Literature, Semester 1 (ENG403A)

    In High School British and World Literature, students read and analyze works of British and world literature that reflect the rich and diverse history of the Western world. As students progress through centuries of literature in a loose chronological arrangement, they will see how British and world literature has been shaped by concerns, values, and ideas that have intrigued, delighted, and challenged people throughout time.

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  3. Summit British and World Literature, Semester 2 (ENG403B)

    In K12 High School British and World Literature, students read and analyze works of British and world literature that reflect the rich and diverse history of the Western world. As students progress through centuries of literature in a loose chronological arrangement, they will see how British and world literature has been shaped by concerns, values, and ideas that have intrigued, delighted, and challenged people throughout time. This is the second semester of ENG403.

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  4. Summit British and World Literature Honors, Semester 1 (ENG404A)

    In K12 High School British and World Literature, students read and analyze works of British and world literature that reflect the rich and diverse history of the Western world. As students progress through centuries of literature in a loose chronological arrangement, they will see how British and world literature has been shaped by concerns, values, and ideas that have intrigued, delighted, and challenged people throughout time.

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  5. Summit British and World Literature, Semester 2 (ENG404B)

    In K12 High School British and World Literature, students read and analyze works of British and world literature that reflect the rich and diverse history of the Western world. As students progress through centuries of literature in a loose chronological arrangement, they will see how British and world literature has been shaped by concerns, values, and ideas that have intrigued, delighted, and challenged people throughout time. This is the second semester of ENG404.

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  6. AP® English Language and Composition, Part 1 (ENG500A)

    Students learn to understand and analyze complex works by a variety of authors. They explore the richness of language, including syntax, imitation, word choice, and tone. They also learn composition style and process, starting with exploration, planning, and writing. This continues with editing, peer review, rewriting, polishing, and applying what they learn to academic, personal, and professional contexts. In this equivalent of an introductory college-level survey class, students prepare for the AP® exam.

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  7. AP® English Language and Composition, Part 2 (ENG500B)

    Students learn to understand and analyze complex works by a variety of authors. They explore the richness of language, including syntax, imitation, word choice, and tone. They also learn composition style and process, starting with exploration, planning, and writing. This continues with editing, peer review, rewriting, polishing, and applying what they learn to academic, personal, and professional contexts. In this equivalent of an introductory college-level survey class, students prepare for the AP® exam.

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  8. AP® English Literature and Composition, Part 1 (ENG510A)

    In this AP English course, the equivalent of an introductory college-level survey class, students are immersed in novels, plays, poems, and short stories from various periods. Students read and write daily using a variety of multimedia and interactive activities, interpretive writing assignments, and discussions. Students prepare for the AP Exam and for further study in creative writing, communications, journalism, literature, and composition.

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  9. AP® English Literature and Composition, Part 2 (ENG510B)

    In this AP English course, the equivalent of an introductory college-level survey class, students are immersed in novels, plays, poems, and short stories from various periods. Students read and write daily using a variety of multimedia and interactive activities, interpretive writing assignments, and discussions. Students prepare for the AP Exam and for further study in creative writing, communications, journalism, literature, and composition. This is the second semester of ENG510.

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  10. Anthropology (HST010)

    Anthropologists research the characteristics and origins of the cultural, social, and physical development of humans and consider why some cultures change and others come to an end. In this High School course, students are introduced to the five main branches of anthropology: physical, cultural, linguistic, social, and archeological.

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  11. Psychology (HST020)

    In this High School course, students investigate why human beings think and act the way they do. This is an introductory course that broadly covers several areas of psychology. Instructional material presents theories and current research for students to critically evaluate and understand. Students learn how to define and use key terms of psychology and how to apply psychological principles to their own lives.

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  12. Summit World History, Summer Part 1 (HST103AS)

    This is the first semester of a two part course, offered over a condensed 4 week term.

    In this comprehensive survey of world history from prehistoric to modern times, students focus in-depth on the developments and events that have shaped civilization across time. The course is organized chronologically and, within broad eras, regionally. Lessons address developments in religion, philosophy, the arts, science and technology, and political history. The course also introduces geography concepts and skills within the context of the historical narrative. Online lessons and assessments complement World History: Our Human Story, a textbook written and published by K12. Students are challenged to consider topics in-depth as they analyze primary sources and maps, create timelines, and complete other projects— practicing historical thinking and writing skills as they explore the broad themes and big ideas of human history.

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