Subject: Visual Art
- Students will know and use the elements of art.
- Students will know and use the principles of design.
- Students will create art in two and three dimensions using a variety of media, techniques, and processes.
- Students will demonstrate proper use, care, and storage of tools, materials, and equipment.
- Student will create projects based on the artistic traditions of various artists, cultures and time periods.
- Students will apply appropriate art terminology in viewing, responding to and evaluating artworks.
- Students will value what has been created by self and others and understand the value of differences in individual expression.
- Students will relate the visual arts to other subject areas of the curriculum.
Subject: Computer Education
- Students will practice keyboard skills.
- Students will navigate parts of system using the desktop.
- Students will compose using word processor and presentation software.
- Students will understand appropriate use of equipment and computer lab.
- Students will use on-line resources for gathering information.
- Students will discuss common use of technology in daily life and responsible use of it.
- The students will identify parts of speech.
- The students will apply correct punctuation in their writing.
- The students will correctly use mechanics in all written work across the curriculum.
- The students will apply language skills in creative writing projects.
- The student will identify place value from hundredths to millions.
- The student will compare and order whole numbers, money, fractions, and mixed numbers and decimals.
- The student will add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, and money amounts; add and subtract fractions and decimals.
- The student will estimate using whole numbers and fractions.
- The student will solve problems with measurement, area, perimeter, volume and elapsed time.
- The student will identify geometrical figures.
- The student will use critical thinking to solve word problems.
- Learn all Kerwin hand signs for solfege syllables.
- Read treble clef notation.
- Rhythmic notation to include whole note, half note, dotted half note, quarter note, dotted quarter note, eighth note and all corresponding rests.
- Reading in 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 meters.
- Study instrument families: 1) brass, 2) woodwind, 3) strings 4) percussion
- Learn Service Music and Hymns for Mass.
Subject: Physical Education
- The students will develop a positive respect for self and others.
- The students will demonstrate good sportsmanship and cooperation.
- The students will integrate a competence in movement incorporating eye-hand and eye-foot coordination.
- The students will increase muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility.
- The students will recognize the benefits of overall body physical fitness
- The students will determine cause and effect relationships between health behaviors and disease and/or illness.
- Students will demonstrate comprehension of written material.
- Students will develop and demonstrate basic reading skills.
- Students will expand their vocabulary.
- Students will exhibit the ability to read independently.
- Students will use reference materials effectively.
- Students will demonstrate listening skills.
- Students will develop an appreciation of varying types of literature.
- The student will know and understand the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes as a guide for Christian Living.
- The student will familiarize themselves with Scripture
- The student will experience and participate in prayer and worship
- The student will foster Christian Morality
- The student will serve the community.
- The students will describe and apply science words to specific topics of study.
- The students will build a foundation of skills, including making inferences, observations, predictions and conclusions
- The students will participate in group projects and interact with peers.
- The students will display respect for the gifts here on Earth.
- The students solve problems through the inquiry method.
Subject: Social Studies
- Students will recognize the location of the United States in the World.
- Students will identify the various regions and states of the United States.
- Students will distinguish geographical terms and map skills.
- Students will acknowledge the changes in people and culture over time.
- Students will appreciate various aspects of Missouri’s history.
- Students will apply research skills to reports and projects.