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CP physics course at Woodstock HS.
CP physics course at Woodstock HS.

In this course, attention will be given to different aspects of the relationship between technology and society and directions for the future. The nature of technology and the process of innovation are driven by social influences and pressures. Those social influences mean that technology reflects and often reinforces the structures of social, economic, and political power in any society. Students will examine the way in which technology is affected at a fundamental level by the social contexts in which it develops, challenging the common view that technological change follows its own logic of process independent of human actors. Students will develop critical thinking skills to understand how technology is shaped by social factors and how technology contributes to shaping society by examining various case studies.

The Comparative Religions course provides students with a background in the philosophy, functions, and structure of the seven major world religions. Students will examine the historical, theological, philosophical, ethical, and cultural foundations of these religions as well as the origins of each one. 

The Government course provides students with a background in the philosophy, functions, and structure of the U.S. government. Students examine the philosophical foundations of the U.S. government and how that philosophy developed. Students also examine the structure and function of the U.S. government and its relationship to states and citizens.

Introductory Biology Course

This course emphasizes statistical and financial applications, and it prepares students to use algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and discrete mathematics to model a range of situations and solve problems. This course will use all the mathematical skills and concepts you have acquired over the years and apply this knowledge to real world applications.

The purpose of the AP course is to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes: 1. Exploring Data: Describing patterns and departures from patterns 2. Sampling and Experimentation: Planning and conducting a study 3. Anticipating Patterns: Exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation 4. Statistical Inference: Estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses

AP Biology Review Course

AP Chemistry  DHIPP

This course is a 36-week course for students taking the College Board’s Advanced Placement Computer Science A exam. Assignments are contained as modules on an internet based course management system called “moodle”. Every module has an assignment dealing with the GridWorld case study, a hands-on lab, and a programming assignment. The computer language that will be used is Java, which is a free download for either a Macintosh or a Windows platform.  The editor is BlueJ, also a free download.

Review Course for students interested in competing in the National & International Biology Olympiad

Welcome to Mrs. Moeller's on-line site for College Prep Biology!!

This is the third course for the Engineering and Technology Education Pathway.  Students have opportunities to apply engineering design as they develop solutions for technological problems.  Students use applications of mathematics and science to predict the success of engineered solutions and complete hands-on activities with tools, materials, and processes as they develop working drawings and prototypes.

Honors Biology with Mrs. Barnes

Honors biology is the scientific study of living things.  Welcome to Ms. Castleberry's class!

Welcome to Mrs. Moeller's on-line site for Honors Biology!

Students in Grade Ten are expected to continue to increase their analytical skills, reading increasingly complex texts across all genres and writing cogent, well-supported analysis and argument essays using evidence from those texts. Students at this level can trace the development of a theme or argument through a text and provide an objective summary of the text without editorial bias. Through reading and writing and the use of appropriate reference materials, the student acquires academic and other contextual vocabulary, showing independence in acquisition and usage. In the early high school years particular focus is brought to world culture and how points of view can vary with cultural experience, as well as how interpretations can vary between artistic mediums. In Grade Ten, students will create more complex arguments, addressing counter-arguments and using sophisticated structures and formal manuscript styles. Their expository essays will convey increasingly complex ideas, excluding extraneous details and using graphic and digital elements to convey information. Narratives will develop personal experiences employing dialogue, pacing, description, reflection, and multiple plot lines. Students are proficient by Grade Ten in all steps of the writing process editing effectively and using digital publishing options. Research using appropriate formats for citation and evaluating sources is routine. Through repeated exposure, students will become confident presenters and participants in discourse with both peers and experts.

Science Research Courses @WHS

Welcome to Mrs. Hinckley's Spanish Class

Hola! Este es el segundo nivel de español. Aprenderemos a hablar en pasado, futuro, y mandatos.