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Language Arts

  • 1001010 - M/J Language Arts I

    Basic Assumptions for Language Arts Education: Reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing competencies are integrated throughout students’ learning experiences. Benchmarks for the Sunshine State Standards are repeated as needed in course sequences. As students progress from one course to the next, increases should occur in the complexity of materials and tasks and in the students’ independence in the application of skills and strategies. Learning tasks and materials accommodate the individual needs of students. Technology is available for students to develop competencies in the language arts. Term: Year long
  • 1001020 - M/J Language Arts I, Advanced

    The purpose of this course is to provide grade 6 students, using texts of appropriate complexity, integrated language arts study in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language for college and career preparation and readiness. The content should include, but not be limited to, the following: Active reading of varied texts. Analysis of literature and informational texts. Writing for varied purposes. Effective listening & collaboration amongst peers. Term: Year long
  • 1001040 - M/J Language Arts II

    Basic Assumptions for Language Arts Education: Reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing competencies are integrated throughout students’ learning experiences. Technology is available for students to develop competencies in the language arts. Term: Year long
  • 1001070 - M/J Language Arts III

    Basic Assumptions for Language Arts Education: Reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing competencies are integrated throughout students’ learning experiences. Benchmarks for the Sunshine State Standards are repeated as needed in course sequences. As students progress from one course to the next, increases should occur in the complexity of materials and tasks and in the students’ independence in the application of skills and strategies. Term: Year long
  • 1000000 - Intensive Language Arts

    The purpose of this course is to provide instruction that enables students to accelerate the development of reading and writing skills and to strengthen those skills so they are able to successfully read and write middle grade level text independently. Instruction emphasizes reading comprehension, writing fluency, and vocabulary study through the use of a variety of literary and informational texts encompassing a broad range of text structures, genres, and levels of complexity. Term: Year long
  • 1001050 - M/J Language Arts II, Advanced

    Reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing competencies are integrated throughout students’ learning experiences. Benchmarks for the Sunshine State Standards are repeated as needed in course sequences. As students progress from one course to the next, increases should occur in the complexity of materials and tasks and in the students’ independence in the application of skills and strategies. Term: Year long
  • 1001080 - M/J Language Arts III, Advanced

    Basic Assumptions for Language Arts Education: Reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing competencies are integrated throughout students’ learning experiences. Benchmarks for the Sunshine State Standards are repeated as needed in course sequences. As students progress from one course to the next, increases should occur in the complexity of materials and tasks and in the students’ independence in the application of skills and strategies. Term: Year long
  • 1006000 - M/J Journalism I

    The purpose of this course is to enable students to develop basic skills in the production of print or electronic journalistic media. Term: Year long
  • 1006010 - M/J Journalism II

    The purpose of this course is to enable students to develop intermediate-level skills in the production of print or electronic journalistic media. Term: Semester
  • 1000010 - M/J Intensive Reading

    The purpose of this course is to provide instruction that enables students to develop and strengthen reading skills and develop independent reading habits. Term: Year long/Semester
  • 1000020 - M/J Intensive Reading and Career Planning

    Students entering the middle grades who are not reading on grade level have a variety of reading intervention needs. *Must be paired with a second semester of M/J Intensive Reading Term: Year long/Semester

Middle School

curriculum
  • Mathematics

    The 6-8 grade math curriculum is designed for students to master addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals and fractions; graphing and statistics; measurement and geometry; ratio, proportion and probability; percent; area and volume; and integers.
  • English/Language Arts

    The 6-8 grade language arts curriculum works to further develop students skills in writing, reading, and speaking. They will use the six traits of writing to improve their writing and editing skills while being introduced to informative, persuasive, narrative, and descriptive writing styles. Emphasis will be placed on writing a clear and well developed paragraph. Students will undertake a detailed study of grammar learning and applying the eight parts of speech to their writing. Students will gain appreciate for various genres of literature as they read the novels for this course. Through those novels, they will study vocabulary, spelling, and the elements of literature.
  • Science

    General Science This course covers a variety of scientific areas including life's structure and function, diversity of life, life and the environment, Earth's air and water, earth and space, matter, forces, and energy, electricity and magnetism.
  • Social Studies

    Geography. Students are introduced to basic geography skills, the land, and its people. Students study of the world’s regions using the Five Themes of Geography. The regions include: Location (both absolute and relative), place (the physical and human characteristics), human/environment interaction (the relationships within places) movement (the mobility of people, goods and ideas) and region (how they form and change).
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