Spanish I Semester Two

Spanish I (V06) - Semester Two
Goal 1: Students will communicate in world languages for multiple purposes within various contexts
Learning Standard Test Questions
SL01-01 Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (WL.K-12.A.1.1) Speaking (20 pts.)

SL01-02 Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics. (WL.K-12.A.1.2)

  • DDWL-01 Understand spoken Spanish (listening comprehension).
  • DDWL-02 Understand written Spanish (reading comprehension).

1-13, 14-26

1-13
14-26

SL01-03 Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics. (WL.K-12.A.1.3) Writing (20 pts.)
Goal 2: Students will gain knowledge and understanding of other peoples and cultures through the study of the target language
Learning Standard Test Questions
SL02-01 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the culture studies. (WL.K-12.B.2.1) 53-60
Goal 4: Students will use world languages to interact in multilingual communities and to analyze career options in a global marketplace
Learning Standard Test Questions

SL04-01 Students demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of the language studied and their own. (WL.K-12.D.4.1)

  • DDWL-03 Comprehend and use appropriate vocabulary.
  • DDWL-04 Recognize and use correct grammar.

27-52

27-32
33-52

 

Total: 60 points
Writing: 20 points
Speaking: 20 points
Overall: 100 points

Modern U.S. History Semester Two

District Assessment Connection for South Dakota Core
Modern U.S. History (V03) - Semester Two
K-12.H.01 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another. Test Questions
9-12.H.1.05 Explain the transformation of America from World War I through the Great Depression. (Courses: Modern, Comprehensive) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
K-12.H.02 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas and symbols upon history using multiple sources. Test Questions
9-12.H.2.07 Critique recent developments in the US addressing the roles of people, ideas, and groups in terms of foreign & domestic issues. (Courses: Modern, Comprehensive) 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80
K-12.H.3.03 Students will analyze and evaluate historical events from multiple perspectives. Test Questions
9-12.H.3.05 Assess the causes, events, and impacts of the Cold War on domestic and international affairs in American history. (Courses: Modern, Comprehensive) 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 46, 47, 48, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 67, 73
K-12.H.04 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current, and potential events, issues and problems. Test Questions
9-12.H.4.08 Assess the roots and outcomes of the Great Depression including its transformation of American political and economic institutions. (Courses: Modern, Comprehensive) 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
9-12.H.4.09 Explain the causes, events, and consequences of the Second World War including issues at home and abroad. (Courses: Modern, Comprehensive) 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28
K-12.H.05 Students will develop historical research skills. Test Questions
9-12.H.5.06 Investigate the social, political, and economic transformation of the US in the aftermath of the Second World War. (Courses: Modern, Comprehensive) 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 49, 50, 51, 54, 63, 64, 65

 

Multiple Choice: 80 questions
Essay: 15 points
Overall:
95 points

World History

District Assessment Connection for South Dakota Core Standards
World History (V03) - Semester Test
K-12.H.1- Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another. Test Questions
9-12.H.1.1 Distinguish between long-term causes and triggering events in the development and events of the Renaissance and Reformation. 1, 3, 29, 30
9-12.H.1.2 Identify patterns and analyze change and continuity in historical eras 2, 8, 13, 28, 31, 33, 35, 56, 58
K-12.H.2- Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas and symbols upon history using multiple sources. Test Questions
9-12.H.2.1 Use questions generated about individuals and groups of the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment to assess the significance of their actions and work. 9, 10, 11, 12, 38, 51
9-12.H.2.2 Evaluate how historical events and developments of the French Revolution and Napoleonic Era were shaped and unique circumstances of time and place as well as broader historical contexts 14, 15, 16, 40, 41, 42
9-12.H.2.3 Evaluate how agricultural and industrial revolutions were shaped by the unique circumstances of time and place. 17, 18, 19, 44, 45, 46, 59
9-12.H.2.4 Analyze complex and interacting factors that influenced the perspectives and changes in ideologies of populations 22, 34, 36, 37, 39, 43
K-12.H.3- Students will analyze and evaluate historical events from multiple perspectives. Test Questions
9-12.H.3.1 Analyze the ways in which the perspectives of those writing history shaped the history they produced in relation to exploration, imperialism, and expansion. 4, 5, 6, 20, 21, 23, 48, 49, 50, 55, 57
K-12.H.3- Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems. Test Questions
9-12.H.4.1 Identify and distinguish between long-term causes and triggering events of WWI. 24, 25, 27, 52, 53
9-12.H.4.2 Evaluate how economic conditions were shaped by the unique circumstances of the time and place. 7, 26, 32, 47, 54, 60

 

Multiple Choice: 60 points
Essay: 10 points
Overall: 70 points

High School Summer School and Connections 2019

The Sioux Falls School District, through the office of Community Education, will be offering High School Summer School in the summer of 2019.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

Registration will be Available Online

Registration Deadline for Summer 2019 has been extended to May 24th, 2019.

January 2019 - There will be NO REFUNDS unless a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment.
When registering, you will need to choose Enrolled District 49-5, Reduced Fee-(lunch status), Free Fee-(lunch status), or Out-of-District Fee. Registrations will not be processed until your payment selection has been verified by Child Nutrition office. Registrations will be verified daily and will be accepted in the order in which they were received.
Questions on course choices should be directed to your school counselor prior to registering.
Summer school, instructor led classes, content presented during the 14-day session is equivalent to content presented during a full semester of school. Each class is worth 0.5 credit and students are expected to attend EVERY class! If a student misses more than 2 classes, the student will be dropped from the course with an "F" grade. Students will not be excused for family vacations, camps, or similar activities. Students who cannot commit to the required days for summer school should not register. Students who enroll in summer school must be able to benefit from instructional activities presented in groups with a ratio of 1 teacher to 20 or more students.
Online courses need to completed on or before July 25th, 2019. Online courses are 0.5 credits (unless noted). Students enrolling in online classes for summer school must attend a mandatory scheduled 1 hour Orientation.
Proctored unit exams and final exam will be held.
Students must also attend proctored unit exams and the final exam at CTE throughout the summer as they work through the material. Online instructors will be available at scheduled times to administer unit exams during regular summer school hours. Students will be allowed to advance through their course ONLY as they complete their unit exams. Most coursework is completed independently by the student. Teacher assistance will be available from 7:30am-12:30pm (Monday-Thursday). Individual teachers will also schedule appointments for students who need additional help.

Because online work is intense, students may only register for one online course at a time during the summer session. If all required work is completed in a shorter time frame, the summer school principal may authorize the student to take another online course upon teacher recommendation.

Computer Requirements: To complete online work, students must have access to an Internet connection. School computers are available for student use at CTE Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-12:30pm. Coursework is not compatible with iPad.

OUT-OF-DISTRICT students will need to submit an emergency contact form - Community Education will email the link to complete after registration is received.

All registration questions should be directed to your school counselor.

Sioux Falls School District 49-5 counseling office numbers.
Lincoln High School
(605) 367-7994
Edison Middle School
(605) 367-8331
Roosevelt High School
(605) 362-2868
Patrick Henry Middle School
(605) 367-8443
Washington High School
(605) 367-7973
McGovern Middle School
(605) 367-4440
New Technology High School
(605) 367-5850
Memorial Middle School
(605) 362-2789
Axtell Park Building
(605) 367-8328
Whittier Middle School
(605) 367-8336
Connections Information
Connections classes are held at Lincoln High School, Roosevelt High School & Washington High School. This program enables incoming freshman to become accustomed to their new school that they will be attending. Please contact the counselors at the school your child will be attending to find more information about the program.
Dates and times are subject to change due to snow days. Please check with the school for the most accurate dates. Each school has their own dates and times, so make sure you are looking at the information of the school that your child will be attending. It is easiest to register online by clicking on Community Education Registration.

In-Classroom Course and Online Courses and Work For Credit

Internship Courses

Connections Registration Forms

High School Computer Science

Computer Science is the study of computers and computational systems. Unlike electrical and computer engineers, computer scientists deal mostly with software and software systems; this includes their theory, design, development, and application.

High School Specialized Programs

Sioux Falls School District High School students have access to specialized programs that offer unique opportunities and focus on a variety of interests. Each specialized program has specific requirements as well as unique admission criteria.

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