Courses

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All Courses offered by Volusia Online Learning:

 

ENGLISH 1-4 AND HONORS

ENGLISH FOR COLLEGE READINESS

 ALGEBRA 1A, 1B, 1, AND 2

ALGEBRA 1 AND 2 HONORS

LIBERAL ARTS MATH 1 AND 2

GEOMETRY AND GEOMETRY HONORS

MATH FOR COLLEGE READINESS

ANALYSIS OF FUNCTIONS

TRIGONOMETRY HONORS

PRE-CALCULUS HONORS

AGRISCIENCE FOUNDATIONS 1

BIOLOGY 1 AND HONORS

EARTH SPACE SCIENCE AND HONORS

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

CHEMISTRY

PHYSICS

MARINE SCIENCE 1

ECONOMICS WITH FINANCIAL LITERACY AND HONORS

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND HONORS

UNITED STATES HISTORY AND HONORS

WORLD HISTORY AND HONORS

AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY

AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY

SPANISH 1

SPANISH 2

SPANISH 3

AP SPANISH 4

PERSONAL FITNESS

FITNESS LIFESTYLE DESIGN

AGRISCIENCE FOUNDATIONS 1

CAREER RESEARCH AND DECISION MAKING

CREATIVE WRITING 1

DRIVER EDUCATION

INTRODUCTION TO DRAMA

LAW STUDIES

PSYCHOLOGY 1

PSYCHOLOGY 2

AP PSYCHOLOGY

SOCIOLOGY

SPEECH 1

SPEECH 2

THEATER, CINEMA AND FILM PRODUCTION

VETERINARY ASSISTING 1

VETERINARY ASSISTING 2

MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSES

GRADE 6-8 LANGUAGE ARTS and ADVANCED

GRADE 6-7 MATH and ADVANCED

GRADE 6 MATH HONORS

GRADE 8 PRE-ALGEBRA AND ADVANCED

GRADE 6-8 COMPREHENSIVE SCIENCE and ADVANCED

GRADE 6 WORLD HISTORY AND ADVANCED

GRADE 7 CIVICS AND ADVANCED

GRADE 8 UNITED STATES HISTORY AND ADVANCED

SPANISH BEGINNING and INTERMEDIATE

CAREER RESEARCH

CREATIVE WRITING 1

INTRO TO ART HISTORY

ELEMENTARY COURSES

K-5TH GRADE ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS, MATH, SCIENCE, SOCIAL STUDIES

Course Descriptions

Drama/Theatre: Students explore various performance, technical, and administrative aspects of theatre. Students learn about basic characterization through physical activity, reading selected theatre literature, reading and writing theatrical reviews, and analysis of such tools as scripts, costuming, and theatrical makeup. Students will focus on the analysis and appreciation of films and the skills to understand to interpret the various forms of the moving image. Students will learn motion picture production, storytelling techniques, the history of film, the importance of film in our society, and filmmakers’ responsibilities regarding production essentials, copyright laws, ethical behavior, self-discipline and safety.

English: Students will integrate language arts study in reading, writing, speaking, listening, language, and literature in preparation for college and career readiness.

Media and Oral Communications: Students will understand both formal and informal oral communication fundamentals. Major instructional areas will include forms of oral communication, techniques of group discussion, techniques of effective listening, analysis of the audience, and techniques of public speaking.

Writing: Students will develop the writing and language skills needed for individual expression in literary forms. The content will include instruction in the development and practice of writing a variety of literary works including original poetry, short stories, plays, novels, essays and other nonfiction.

Foreign Language: Students are introduced to the target language and its culture and develop communicative skills and cross-cultural understanding. The content will include skills in listening and speaking with special attention to pronunciation.

Mathematics: Students will develop the mathematical concepts and processes that can be used to solve a variety of real-world and mathematical problems using concrete models to explain concepts as well as to strengthen the mathematical skills required for end of course exams and college entrance exams.

Physical Education: Students will learn the importance of maintaining an optimal level of health fitness and how to assess and develop that fitness as well as learn about health problems associated with inadequate fitness levels, the physiological principles of fitness, proper nutrition, stress management, and consumer issues related to physical fitness.

Research: Students will learn how to make informed career choices and develop the skills needed to successfully plan and apply for college or a job.

Science: Students will participate in exploratory activities, laboratory experiences and real-life applications in the biological sciences, man's interaction with the environment, an overview of the marine environment, and the concepts, theories and laws governing the interaction of matter, energy and the forces of nature.

Social Studies: Social studies is the integrated study of the social sciences and humanities to promote civic competence.

Traffic Safety/Driver Education: Students are introduced to the highway transportation system and strategies that will develop driving knowledge related to today’s and tomorrow’s motorized society.