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ADVANCED PLACEMENT MUSIC THEORY (10, 11, 12)


1 CREDIT


AP Music Theory is for vocal or instrumental students who are interested in pursuing a career in music or who wish to demonstrate their advanced knowledge in the field. This course will build upon your knowledge of music, emphasizing the rules of theory and composition, ear training, sight singing, analysis and keyboard skills. Music from a variety of time periods will be studied. The AP Music Theory exam includes multiple choice questions as well


as a variety of listening, performing, and analytical exercises. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Musical Keyboard I and Music Teory and Composition I OR music teacher recommendation.


SCIENCE


All students must successfully complete a minimum of three science courses beginning with Biology. It is strongly recommended that students then transition to Chemistry followed by Physics.


BIOLOGY 1 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP (9)


Students investigate cell structure, cell processes, genetics, evolution, cell energetics, biochemistry, and ecology. Students will further develop their ability to write, read, and speak in the language of science.


1 CREDIT BIOLOGY 1 HONORS (9)


Students investigate the concepts of cell structure, cell processes, genetics, evolution, cell energetics, biochemistry, and ecology. Students will engage in guided inquiry while developing scientific reasoning and analysis skills.


1 CREDIT BIOLOGY 1 ACCELERATED HONORS (9)


Students investigate the concepts of cell structure, cell processes, genetics, evolution, cell energetics, biochemistry, ecology, and anatomy and physiology. Students will develop independent research skills while acquiring scientific reasoning and analytical skills.


1 CREDIT


CHEMISTRY 1 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP (10, 11, 12) 6 PERIODS


Students investigate matter and measurement, atomic theory, nomenclature, mole theory, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, thermochemistry, quantum theory, periodicity, chemical bonding, and solutions. A laboratory program is included to reinforce concept development and engage the students with the process of scientific investigations. Students will utilize calculations to study the quantitative aspects of chemistry.


1.2 CREDITS Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology 1 and Career & College Prep Algebra 1.


CHEMISTRY 1 HONORS (10) 6 PERIODS


Students investigate matter and measurement, atomic theory, nomenclature, mole theory, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, thermochemistry, quantum theory, periodicity, chemical bonding, and solutions. A laboratory program is included to reinforce concept development and to engage the students with the process of scientific investigations. This course will require a more rigorous application of calculations that relate to the quantitative aspects of chemistry.


1.2 CREDITS Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology 1 and Career & College Prep Algebra 1.


West Chester Area School District


CHEMISTRY 1 ACCELERATED HONORS (10) 6 PERIODS


Students apply independent research skills while studying matter, measurement, atomic theory, nomenclature, mole theory, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, thermochemistry, quantum theory, periodicity, chemical bonding, solutions, kinetics, equilibrium, and acids and bases. The laboratory program is designed to expand upon concepts and further develop analytical skills while engaging in the process of scientific inquiry. Students will interpret calculations that relate to the quantitative aspects of chemistry.


1.2 CREDITS Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology 1 and Honors Geometry


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CAREER & COLLEGE PREP (10) 1 CREDIT


Intended for students who have successfully completed Biology I and are ready to explore environmental concerns before pursuing Chemistry I Career & College Prep, this course covers topics such as Earth as a dynamic system, ecosystems, biodiversity, population dynamics, the atmosphere, climate change, renewable and nonrenewable resources, alternative energy, and aquatics using a hands-on approach.


Prerequisite: Successful completion of Biology 1


PHYSICAL SCIENCE CAREER & COLLEGE PREP (11) 1 CREDIT


Intended for students who have successfully completed Environmental Science and are ready to explore the fundamental concepts of Physics and Chemistry before pursuing Chemistry I Career & College Prep, this course covers topics such as matter and measurement, structure of the atom, compounds, chemical reactions, gas laws, the mole, solutions, motion and force, work and energy, electricity and magnetism, and the universe using a hands-on approach. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Environmental Science


PHYSICS 1 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP (11, 12) 6 PERIODS


Students explore mechanics, energy, waves, electromagnetism, and modern physics. A laboratory program is included to reinforce concept development and engage the students with the process of scientific investigations. Students will utilize calculations to study the quantitative aspects of physics.


1.2 CREDITS


Prerequisites: Successful completion of Chemistry 1 and concurrent enrollment in Career & College Prep Algebra 2 or higher level math course.


PHYSICS 1 HONORS (11, 12) 6 PERIODS


This comprehensive course covers mechanics, energy, waves, electro- magnetism, and modern physics. Students increase their understanding of the physical world through lectures, demonstrations, and laboratory experiments. This course is appropriate for students who are interested in a broader understanding of the sciences and are willing to do extensive mathematical problem solving. Students should anticipate daily homework.


1.2 CREDITS


Prerequisites: Successful completion of Chemistry 1 and concurrent enrollment in Career & College Prep Algebra 2 or higher level math course.


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