MONDAYS - Rolling Hills Church, El Dorado Hlls, CA

Spring 2017: Monday, 9:00 am – 10:00 am: World Geography (Middle School)

Students will explore the importance of geography and the world in which they live. Geographers use five themes to study the world around us; these five geographical themes will be explored throughout the class: Location, Place, Human-Environment Interactions, Movement, and Regions. Additionally, the classroom study of geography will include map work and vocabulary.Using the five themes of geography, students will learn to think globally and be prepared for the diverse society in which we live. The following areas will be explored during this World Geography class: North American/United States, Central and South America, Europe, Russia, and Asia. Geography is important because it encompasses every aspect of our lives. In the world of today, in order for our students to achieve, they must have a global perspective. 16 classes ($160.00, includes all materials)

 

Spring 2017: Monday, 10:05 am – 11:05 am: World Geography (High School)

Students will explore the importance of geography and the world in which they live. Geographers use five themes to study the world around us; these five geographical themes will be explored throughout the class: Location, Place, Human-Environment Interactions, Movement, and Regions. Additionally, the classroom study of geography will include map work and vocabulary.Using the five themes of geography, students will learn to think globally and be prepared for the diverse society in which we live. The following areas will be explored during this World Geography class: North American/United States, Central and South America, Europe, Russia, and Asia. Geography is important because it encompasses every aspect of our lives. In the world of today, in order for our students to achieve, they must have a global perspective.16 classes ($160.00, includes all materials)

 

Spring 2017: Monday, 11:35 am - 12:35 pm: Speech & Debate (Middle & High School)

This course explores concepts in public speaking, critical thinking, argument and debate. Students will study different styles of speeches, learn rhetorical strategies and practice the art of debate. A major focus of the class will be the elements of rhetoric as it pertains to information, persuasion and debate. The students will give several speeches to classmates. Various styles of speech will be studied, including: persuasion, impromptu, extemporaneous, and debate. 16 classes ($160.00, includes all materials)

 

WEDNESDAY - Rolling Hills Church, El Dorado Hills, CA - Foothill Family Co-op Facilities rental fee required each semester.

 

Spring 2017: Wednesday, 9:00 am – 10:00 am: World Geography (High School & Middle School)

Students will explore the importance of geography and the world in which they live. Geographers use five themes to study the world around us; these five geographical themes will be explored throughout the class: Location, Place, Human-Environment Interactions, Movement, and Regions. Additionally, the classroom study of geography will include map work and vocabulary.Using the five themes of geography, students will learn to think globally and be prepared for the diverse society in which we live. The following areas will be explored during this World Geography class: North American/United States, Central and South America, Europe, Russia, and Asia. Geography is important because it encompasses every aspect of our lives. In the world of today, in order for our students to achieve, they must have a global perspective.  13 weeks ($150 includes all materials)

 

Spring 2017: Wednesday, 10:00 am – 11:00 am: World Geography (Elementary)

Students will explore the importance of geography and the world in which they live. Geographers use five themes to study the world around us; these five geographical themes will be explored throughout the class: Location, Place, Human-Environment Interactions, Movement, and Regions. Additionally, the classroom study of geography will include map work and vocabulary.Using the five themes of geography, students will learn to think globally and be prepared for the diverse society in which we live. The following areas will be explored during this World Geography class: North American/United States, Central and South America, Europe, Russia, and Asia. Geography is important because it encompasses every aspect of our lives. In the world of today, in order for our students to achieve, they must have a global perspective.  13 weeks  ($150 includes all materials)

 

Spring 2017: Wednesday, 11:30 am -12:30 pm: Young Entrepreneurs (Middle School & High School - mature Elementary students are welcome, please check with Mrs. Chiappe to determine if the class is a good fit for your student.)

Young Entrepreneurs enables students to learn first-hand about the risks and rewards of operating a small business. Students examine the definition of entrepreneurship and small business, while providing an overview of the past and present small business environment. Students will explore considerations involved with turning an idea into a business: identifying a passion or hobby that can provide a product or service, researching the market, and weighing the risks of starting a small business. Lastly, students study the nuts and bolts of starting a business: writing a business plan, obtaining funding, and learning about the agencies businesses interact with to become a legitimate entity.  13 weeks  ($150 includes all materials)

Spring 2017: Wednesday, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm: World History in the Middle Ages (Elementary & Middle School)

This class is a continuation of the first semester World History course. Students may enroll in this second semester class without enrolling in first semester course. Each class covers different material. See syllabus for specific details and subjects studied each semester.  13 weeks ( $150 includes all materials)

Spring 2017: Wednesday, 130 pm - 2:30 pm: World History in the Middle Ages (Elementary & Middle School)

This class is a continuation of the first semester World History course. Students may enroll in this second semester class without enrolling in first semester course. Each class covers different material. See syllabus for specific details and subjects studied each semester.  13 weeks  ($150 includes all materials)