Professional English II (Semester)CE000217
Credits: BUHS 4, Sending Schools 1
This is the second course in the Professional English sequence. This course will expand on skills from Professional English I and will further develop professional communications and writing skills, while utilizing a variety of texts (essays, short stories, and a short novel). Students will learn advanced workplace English skills and how to utilize language in their workplace or post-secondary studies. Some of the topics, skills, and ideas that may be covered are participating and developing civil discourse, group communication, giving/receiving feedback, and developing/delivering presentations.
Career Center Level II students are encouraged to select one of the following year-long, period-length classes:
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Professional English I or a comparable junior-level English course per instructor and director approval.
Essential Math for College & Careers #CM007826 Credits: BUHS 4 Sending Schools 1
Open to grades: 11-12 (current or completion track students) Semester
This course is designed to allow students to achieve college and career readiness before leaving high school. EMC2 is a project-tasked class intended to improve student proficiency in critical math content and practices. Essential concepts, such as quantitative reasoning, inequalities, functions, and data analysis are discovered through student-led tasks, rather than simply memorizing algorithms. The Vermont State College System (VSCS) has agreed that successful completion of this course will qualify students to enroll in credit bearing college math at any VSCS school.
Prerequisite: Grade of 70 or higher in Algebra 2 or teacher recommendation
Successful completion of Professional English I or a comparable junior-level English course per instructor and director approval.
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