Detailed study of the history and dynamics of industrialization, with particular emphasis on its global nature and its economic, social, and environmental effects from ancient times to the present.  memphis, finish line

This course explores the issues of class and conflict as portrayed in the films  City of God and La Haine. It focuses particularly on the use of Mise en Scène.  It is suitable for students aged 16 -18 and includes sample answers with a variety of individual and collaborative activities.

This is a five dredit course, American Lit. (2), U.S. History, Government, and Fine Art. In addition to earning five credits, students will prepare for the Indiana 10th Grade Language Arts End of Course Assesment.

Students will use primary sourses and American Literature to develope the basic language skills needed for the world of work and continuation of study in post-secondary education.

Examination of American literature published between the 1830s and 1860s, focusing on the socio-cultural context that lead to the dramatic outburst of literary creativity in this era.  memphis, finish line
Introductory course to the political, economic, social, and technological transformations in world history, from the 17th century to the present, with special emphasis on global interactions. college credit, thomas edison, asba, tecep
Exploration of the political and social revolutions that have shaped the modern world between the 18th and 20th centuries, with particular emphasis on their causes and lasting global impact.  memphis, finish line