• Sources of inspired writings
  • The Trinity
  • Role of prophets, Sin and guilt
  • Justification and sanctification
  • Practical problems young Christians face
  • History and observance of the Sabbath
  • Faith, prayer, and forgiveness Baptism
  • Communion
  • State of the dead
  • Mission outreach of the church
  • Second coming
  • Watercolor, oil, pastel Sculpture and drawing
  • Architecture: history and construction
  • Graphics
  • Color theory
  • Elements and principles of design
  • Forms in composition
  • Proportion and perspective
  • Still life and scapes: sea, land, city, sky 
  • Major individual project
  • Art history and appreciation
Language Arts
Reading and Literature
  • Read independently
  • Comprehension: author's intent, summarizing, paraphrasing, compare content
  • Compare literary forms and types
  • Analysis of media: reliability, accuracy, point of view
  • Abstract vocabulary development
  • Word analysis: etymology
  • Wide variety of literature
  • Literary elements: rhyme, rhythm, and figurative language
  • Read in the content areas
  • Word that persuade, dissuade, entertain, enlist
  • Appropriate vocabulary and usage
  • Conduct interviews and surveys
  • Parliamentary procedure
  • Assigned words
  • Spells correctly written work
  • Organized study plan
  • Legibility
  • Parts of speech: appositive nouns, collective, passive and active voice verbs, transitive and intransitive, demonstrative, intensive and relative pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, correlative conjunctions, interjections
  • Composition: writing across the curriculum
  • Sentences: complex, implied subject, direct & indirect objects, dependent & independent clauses, diagramming
  • Capitalization and punctuation
Study Skills and Reference
  • References: periodicals, Readers Guide, Bible Commentaries
  • Setting goals, priorities, schedule
  • Maintaining skills in fundamental operations
  • Ratios, proportions, and percent
  • Equalities and inequalities
  • Operations and functions of integers
  • Standard and metric measurements
  • Squares and square root
  • Rational numbers, comparing, ordering, and computing
  • Using triangles to solve problems
  • Statistics and probability
  • Solving for an unknown quantity using inverse operations
  • Graphing coordinates, inequalities, systems of equations, ordered pairs, on a number line
  • Formulas and equations
  • Geometric concepts terms and construction
  • Problem solving and applications
  • Integers: operations, functions, as exponents
  • Permutations
Physical Education
Motor Skills
  • team sports, tumbling stunts, track and individual activities
  • safety, games strategies, environmental responsibility, sport history
  • testing, agility, running and jogging, heart rate monitoring and cardiovascular endurance
Positive attitudes
  • self-worth, self-control, honesty, humility, patience
Interpersonal skills
  • cooperation, sportsmanship, leadership, respect
Science and Health
  • God as Master designer
  • Plant classification, structure, process
  • Natural resources and ecology * Animal behavior
  • Theories of origins: creation, evolution
  • Age of the Earth
  • Chemical reactions
  • Atomic nucleus
  • Dinosaurs and fossils
  • Geologic column
  • Disease risk factors
  • Consumer, community health
  • Matter and its structure
  • Mixtures and compounds
Social Studies
  • Exploration and discovery
  • Conflict, growth, & development: colonial heritage
  • National Constitution
  • Westward movement
  • Civil War and Reconstruction
  • Industrial development
  • World powers
  • History and prophecy
  • Old World backgrounds
  • World War I, World War II, Cold War
  • Meaning of democracy
  • Cultural diversity
  • Political and economic systems
  • Government
  • Advanced map and globe skills
  • Geography
  • Capitalism and other economic systems
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