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​GRADE 9 SYLLABUS

Our ALITI American Online School learning material has been sourced from Calvert Education, the nation’s leading homeschooling curriculum publisher.


The Grade 3 to Grade 12 homeschooling learning platform takes a turn to online learning; with lessons and activities in each subject from Grade 9 to Grade 12 becoming more complex.


Thanks to our selected curriculum publisher, Calvert Education, our provided homeschool online learning experience is easy and efficient with interactive lessons, instant online access, no installs and access at any time.


All you need are:

• Reliable, High Speed Internet

• Adobe Flash Player

• BROWSERS - Latest Versions

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GRADE 9 - MATH 

ALGEBRA I

Pre-calculus is a full-year, high school credit course for students who have successfully mastered the core algebraic concepts covered in Pre-Algebra. Within the Algebra I course, students explore basic algebraic fundamentals, such as evaluating, creating, solving and graphing linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions.


Throughout the course, student identify different real number properties and how to use them to solve algebraic expressions. In addition, the course covers translating word problems into algebraic equations, solving inequalities using real number properties, dividing radical expressions to solve equations, and more.

GRADE 9 - MATH 

CONSUMER MATH

Consumer Math is an introduction to the many ways in which math can be used in everyday life. The course gives practical advice on how to handle situations that involve money and math principles. Consumer Math focuses on the basic skills and methods of arithmetic and provides students the opportunity to develop experience with algebraic techniques of evaluating variables and equations, including geometric formulas and interest equations. Students also are introduced to topics in statistics.


Recommended for grades 9-12, this online math elective covers taxes and insurance, banking services and investments, and credit. In addition, the course covers practical topics like the differences between leasing or purchasing a vehicle and the costs involved with travel, recreations, and hobbies, as well as the necessary funds for retirement.

GRADE 9 - MATH 

COORDINATE ALGEBRA

Coordinate Algebra is a full-year mathematics course intended for high school students who have successfully completed our 8th Grade Math or Pre-Algebra courses. This course focuses on complex operations of integers and variables while incorporating algebraic techniques and methods to develop student understanding of mathematical expressions, as well as concepts involving linear, quadratic, exponential and polynomial functions.


Exploring ways in which each math can be used to understand the world, this online course also integrates statistical theory with computational practices as well as to coordinate geometry and geometric concepts, theorems, and skills.

GRADE 9 - LANGUAGE ARTS

ENGLISH I

Students engage in in-depth analysis of increasingly more complex literature in English I. A variety of genres are covered, including short stories, nonfiction, poetry, drama and novels. Throughout the course, students examine what makes a hero through reading Homer’s The Odyssey, explore unifying themes as they read To Kill a Mockingbird, and compare and contrast the original Romeo and Juliet with a modern adaptation.


In addition to reading, students view literature from its historical perspective and connect it to other arts. Both formal and informal writing tasks also engage students in literary analyses, logical arguments, informational/explanatory texts, narratives, and focused research projects.

GRADE 9 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

GOVERNMENT

Government is a semester-long course that focuses on American and international governments. This online course explores the history of governments, the characteristics of the United States government, political parties, and the voting process.


Students also gain practice in researching, giving presentations, writing essays, and creating an argument in topics such as elected officials and the Supreme Court. In addition to the default course program, Government includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 9 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

U.S. HISTORY FOUNDATIONS TO PRESENT

U.S. History Foundations to Present covers early American exploration to the present day, placing special emphasis on the politics of the 18th and early 19th centuries and the Civil War. Additionally, students gain practice in writing essays and reports, covering topics like the Monroe Doctrine, the states’ rights debate, the Lincoln-Douglas debates, isolationism, the New Deal, and the Korean conflict.


In addition to the default course program, U.S. History Foundations to Present includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 9 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

WORLD GEOGRAPHY

World Geography takes students on a journey around the world to learn about the physical and human geography of various regions. Throughout the course, students study the history of each region and examine the political, economic, and cultural characteristics of the world in which they live.


Students also learn about the tools and technologies of geography such as globes, maps, charts, and global information systems. In addition, Students gain practice in writing and note-taking, create graphic organizers, conduct research, analyze information, and write essays on topics such as current events, energy resources, and national parks.

GRADE 9 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

World History explores the people, events, and ideas that have shaped history from the beginnings of human society to today. Students study such topics as ancient civilizations, empires, exploration, the world wars, and globalization. Students also gain practice in research using technology and writing through various projects.


In addition to the default course program, World History includes alternate lessons, projects, essays, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 9 - SCIENCE 

INTEGRATED PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY

Integrated Physics & Chemistry is a physical science course for high school students needing an entry-level science course. Topics included are matter, motion and forces, work and energy, electricity and magnetism, and waves. Throughout the course, students have opportunities to observe simulations, investigate ideas, and solve problems, both online and away from the computer.


Additional topics of study include atomic structure, Newton’s laws, types of energy, thermodynamics, and how chemistry and physics are at work in our daily lives.

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​GRADE 10 SYLLABUS

Our ALITI American Online School learning material has been sourced from Calvert Education, the nation’s leading homeschooling curriculum publisher.


The Grade 3 to Grade 12 homeschooling learning platform takes a turn to online learning; with lessons and activities in each subject from Grade 9 to Grade 12 becoming more complex.


Thanks to our selected curriculum publisher, Calvert Education, our provided homeschool online learning experience is easy and efficient with interactive lessons, instant online access, no installs and access at any time.


All you need are:

• Reliable, High Speed Internet

• Adobe Flash Player

• BROWSERS - Latest Versions

o Google Chrome

o Microsoft Edge

o Microsoft Internet Explorer

o Mozilla Firefox

o Apple Safari


All reviews are graded by our ALITI American Online School virtual educators.



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GRADE 10 - MATH

CONSUMER MATH

Consumer Math is an introduction to the many ways in which math can be used in everyday life. The course gives practical advice on how to handle situations that involve money and math principles. Consumer Math focuses on the basic skills and methods of arithmetic and provides students the opportunity to develop experience with algebraic techniques of evaluating variables and equations, including geometric formulas and interest equations. Students also are introduced to topics in statistics.


Recommended for grades 9-12, this online math elective covers taxes and insurance, banking services and investments, and credit. In addition, the course covers practical topics like the differences between leasing or purchasing a vehicle and the costs involved with travel, recreations, and hobbies, as well as the necessary funds for retirement.

GRADE 10 - MATH

ANALYTIC GEOMETRY

Analytic Geometry is a full year high school mathematics course intended for students who have successfully completed Coordinate Algebra. This course is designed to prepare students for college-level and real-world mathematical reasoning. Concepts covered in this course integrate the topics of advanced algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics.


Throughout the online course, students explore higher order strategies necessary for analyzing multi-level linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions and equations, investigate geometric proofs involving similarity and congruence in triangles and quadrilaterals, as well as special angle relationships formed by parallel lines and transversals. Students also are exposed to several branches of mathematics and explore ways in which each one can be used as a mathematical model in understanding the world.

GRADE 10 - MATH

GEOMETRY

Geometry is a full year high school mathematics course for students who have successfully completed Algebra I as a prerequisite course. This online course focuses on the skills and methods of linear, quadratic, coordinate, and plane geometry. In addition, students gain solid experience with geometric calculations and coordinate plane graphing, methods of formal proof, and techniques of construction.


Throughout the course, students learn to relate geometric theorems on points, lines, and planes, identify different kinds of polygons, use sine, cosine, and tangent values to solve for missing values in triangles, graph linear equations and inequalities, explain the concept of conditional probability, and much more.

GRADE 10 - LANGUAGE ARTS 

ENGLISH II

English II presents students with valuable cultural insight as they read and write about works depicting the social, personal, religious, and political struggles and triumphs faced by people all over the world and all through history. Students continue to build their literacy skills by engaging in active reading, composition, speaking and listening activities, vocabulary study, and focused research projects.


This online course includes an analytical reading of George Orwell’s allegorical Animal Farm, evaluating the powerful political message of the text and the way the author utilizes methods such as characterization to communicate his purpose.

GRADE 10 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY 

GOVERNMENT

Government is a semester-long course that focuses on American and international governments. This online course explores the history of governments, the characteristics of the United States government, political parties, and the voting process.


Students also gain practice in researching, giving presentations, writing essays, and creating an argument in topics such as elected officials and the Supreme Court. In addition to the default course program, Calvert Government includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 10 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY 

U.S. HISTORY FOUNDATIONS TO PRESENT

U.S. History Foundations to Present covers early American exploration to the present day, placing special emphasis on the politics of the 18th and early 19th centuries and the Civil War. Additionally, students gain practice in writing essays and reports, covering topics like the Monroe Doctrine, the states’ rights debate, the Lincoln-Douglas debates, isolationism, the New Deal, and the Korean conflict.


In addition to the default course program, U.S. History Foundations to Present includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 10 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY 

WORLD HISTORY

World History explores the people, events, and ideas that have shaped history from the beginnings of human society to today. Students study such topics as ancient civilizations, empires, exploration, the world wars, and globalization. Students also gain practice in research using technology and writing through various projects.


In addition to the default course program, World History includes alternate lessons, projects, essays, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 10 - SCIENCE

BIOLOGY

Biology exposes students to the designs and patterns of living organisms and their interactions with the environment. Expanding on a foundational understanding of life sciences, Biology incorporates more abstract knowledge. Covering both the micro and macro aspects of life, this biology course studies taxonomy, the chemical basis of life, cellular structure and function, genetics, microbiology, plant structure and function, animal structure and function, and ecology and the environment.


Students at this level should show development in their understanding of scientific inquiry. Each unit contains experiments and projects that seek to develop a deeper conceptual meaning for students. Biology should be preceded or accompanied by Algebra I.

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​GRADE 11 SYLLABUS

Our ALITI American Online School learning material has been sourced from Calvert Education, the nation’s leading homeschooling curriculum publisher.


The Grade 3 to Grade 12 homeschooling learning platform takes a turn to online learning; with lessons and activities in each subject from Grade 9 to Grade 12 becoming more complex.


Thanks to our selected curriculum publisher, Calvert Education, our provided homeschool online learning experience is easy and efficient with interactive lessons, instant online access, no installs and access at any time.


All you need are:

• Reliable, High Speed Internet

• Adobe Flash Player

• BROWSERS - Latest Versions

o Google Chrome

o Microsoft Edge

o Microsoft Internet Explorer

o Mozilla Firefox

o Apple Safari


All reviews are graded by our ALITI American Online School virtual educators.



SELECT A CLASS FOR MORE INFORMATION

Enroll Now

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GRADE 11 - MATH

CONSUMER MATH

Consumer Math is an introduction to the many ways in which math can be used in everyday life. The course gives practical advice on how to handle situations that involve money and math principles. Consumer Math focuses on the basic skills and methods of arithmetic and provides students the opportunity to develop experience with algebraic techniques of evaluating variables and equations, including geometric formulas and interest equations. Students also are introduced to topics in statistics.


Recommended for grades 9-12, this online math elective covers taxes and insurance, banking services and investments, and credit. In addition, the course covers practical topics like the differences between leasing or purchasing a vehicle and the costs involved with travel, recreations, and hobbies, as well as the necessary funds for retirement.

GRADE 11 - MATH

ADVANCED ALGEBRA

Advanced Algebra is a full year high school mathematics course for students who have successfully completed Analytic Geometry. This online course prepares students for college-level and real-world mathematical reasoning. Concepts covered in this course integrate the topics of statistics, Algebra II, and trigonometry.


Throughout the course, students perform operations with rational, radical, and exponential expressions, explore higher order strategies necessary for analyzing multi-level logarithmic, and exponential, linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions and equations. Students also are exposed to several branches of mathematics and explore ways in which each one can be used as a mathematical model in understanding the world.

GRADE 11 - MATH

ALGEBRA II

Algebra II is a full-year, high school math course for students who have successfully completed the prerequisite course Algebra I. This online course focuses on algebraic techniques and methods to develop student understanding of advanced number theory, concepts involving linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions, and pre-calculus theories. This course also integrates geometric concepts and skills throughout the units, as well as introduces students to basic trigonometric identities and problem solving.


Throughout the course, students solve problems involving rate, distance, and time, determine the slope of a line, solve linear equations and inequalities, factor trinomials, simply radical expressions, and more.

GRADE 11 - LANGUAGE ARTS

ENGLISH III

English III is a survey of American literature and literary culture from its inception through the 20th century. Emphasis is placed on a rhetorical analysis of the literature to determine how authors achieve a particular purpose or effect. Through focused readings, composition, speaking and listening activities, vocabulary study and research, students continue to build the literacy skills needed to meet the challenges of high school and beyond.


Content studied in this online course include high-quality contemporary works as well as the classics of literature, classic myths and stories from around the world, America’s founding documents, foundational American literature, and Shakespeare.

GRADE 11 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

GOVERNMENT

Government is a semester-long course that focuses on American and international governments. This online course explores the history of governments, the characteristics of the United States government, political parties, and the voting process.


Students also gain practice in researching, giving presentations, writing essays, and creating an argument in topics such as elected officials and the Supreme Court. In addition to the default course program, Calvert Government includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 11 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

U.S. HISTORY FOUNDATIONS TO PRESENT

U.S. History Foundations to Present covers early American exploration to the present day, placing special emphasis on the politics of the 18th and early 19th centuries and the Civil War. Additionally, students gain practice in writing essays and reports, covering topics like the Monroe Doctrine, the states’ rights debate, the Lincoln-Douglas debates, isolationism, the New Deal, and the Korean conflict.


In addition to the default course program, U.S. History Foundations to Present includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 11 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

World History explores the people, events, and ideas that have shaped history from the beginnings of human society to today. Students study such topics as ancient civilizations, empires, exploration, the world wars, and globalization. Students also gain practice in research using technology and writing through various projects.


In addition to the default course program, World History includes alternate lessons, projects, essays, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 11 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

U.S. HISTORY RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT

U.S. History Reconstruction to Present examines American history from the events leading up to the Civil War to today, placing special emphasis on the major political, economic, and social movements of the 20th century. Additionally, students gain practice in research and writing through various projects.


In addition to the default course program, U.S. History Reconstruction to Present includes alternate lessons, projects, essays, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 11 - SCIENCE

CHEMISTRY

Chemistry is an online course with an in-depth study of matter and its interactions. Building on an understanding for the macroscopic properties of substances and the microstructure of substances, this chemistry course teaches the symbolic and mathematical world of formulas, equations, and symbols. Major concepts covered are measurement in chemistry, atomic structure, chemical formulas and bonding, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gases, chemical equilibrium, and organic chemistry.


Students at this level should show development in their ability and understanding of scientific inquiry. Units contain experiments and projects that seek to develop a deeper conceptual meaning and actively engage students. Chemistry should be preceded by Algebra I and preceded or accompanied by Algebra II.

GRADE 11 - SCIENCE

PHYSICS

Physics expands upon students’ understanding of the macroscopic and microscopic world of forces, motion, waves, light, and electricity. This online curriculum also seeks to teach the symbolic and mathematical world of formulas and symbols used in physics. The major concepts covered are kinematics, forces and motion, work and energy, waves, sound and light, electricity and magnetism, and nuclear physics.


Students at this level should show development in their ability and understanding of scientific inquiry. Each unit contains experiments and projects that seek to develop a deeper conceptual meaning for students and actively engage them.

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​GRADE 12 SYLLABUS

Our ALITI American Online School learning material has been sourced from Calvert Education, the nation’s leading homeschooling curriculum publisher.


The Grade 3 to Grade 12 homeschooling learning platform takes a turn to online learning; with lessons and activities in each subject from Grade 9 to Grade 12 becoming more complex.


Thanks to our selected curriculum publisher, Calvert Education, our provided homeschool online learning experience is easy and efficient with interactive lessons, instant online access, no installs and access at any time.


All you need are:

• Reliable, High Speed Internet

• Adobe Flash Player

• BROWSERS - Latest Versions

o Google Chrome

o Microsoft Edge

o Microsoft Internet Explorer

o Mozilla Firefox

o Apple Safari


All reviews are graded by our ALITI American Online School virtual educators.



SELECT A CLASS FOR MORE INFORMATION

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GRADE 12 - MATH

CONSUMER MATH

Consumer Math is an introduction to the many ways in which math can be used in everyday life. The course gives practical advice on how to handle situations that involve money and math principles. Consumer Math focuses on the basic skills and methods of arithmetic and provides students the opportunity to develop experience with algebraic techniques of evaluating variables and equations, including geometric formulas and interest equations. Students also are introduced to topics in statistics.


Recommended for grades 9-12, this online math elective covers taxes and insurance, banking services and investments, and credit. In addition, the course covers practical topics like the differences between leasing or purchasing a vehicle and the costs involved with travel, recreations, and hobbies, as well as the necessary funds for retirement.

GRADE 12 - MATH

PRE-CALCULUS

Pre-calculus is a full-year, high school credit course for students who have successfully mastered the core algebraic and conceptual geometric concepts covered in the prerequisite courses of Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. This online course primarily focuses on the skills and methods of analytic geometry and trigonometry while investigating further relationships in functions, probability, number theory, limits, and the introduction of derivatives.


Throughout the course, students examine functions, solve polynomials using the quadratic theorem, use parametric equations with trigonometric operations, and more.

GRADE 12 - LANGUAGE ARTS

ENGLISH IV

English IV is organized chronologically, so students can see the influences on and evolution of ideas and forms. Writing, research, and speaking assignments continue to focus on formulating and expressing ideas and arguments about the readings. Particular emphasis is placed on gaining critical perspective on the relationship between content and form and on synthesizing ideas into clear and concise prose and presentations.


Content covered in this online course includes selected works of medieval literature and philosophy, works of the Renaissance, and early romantic works, including Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.

GRADE 12 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

GOVERNMENT

Government is a semester-long course that focuses on American and international governments. This online course explores the history of governments, the characteristics of the United States government, political parties, and the voting process.


Students also gain practice in researching, giving presentations, writing essays, and creating an argument in topics such as elected officials and the Supreme Court. In addition to the default course program, Calvert Government includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 12 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

U.S. HISTORY FOUNDATIONS TO PRESENT

U.S. History Foundations to Present covers early American exploration to the present day, placing special emphasis on the politics of the 18th and early 19th centuries and the Civil War. Additionally, students gain practice in writing essays and reports, covering topics like the Monroe Doctrine, the states’ rights debate, the Lincoln-Douglas debates, isolationism, the New Deal, and the Korean conflict.


In addition to the default course program, U.S. History Foundations to Present includes alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs.

GRADE 12 - HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

ECONOMICS

Economics examines the basic principles of economics, as well as the effect those principles have on every aspect of society. Students explore economics as a social science focusing on decision making by looking at cost-benefit analysis, scarcity, marginal costs and benefits, and the allocation of resources. Students also examine factors that influence the decision-making process and compare and contrast the efficiency of different market structures.


In addition, students study the roles of consumers, producers, and laborers in the economy, as well as how those roles and government regulations impact the economy. The course also reviews macroeconomics and the laws of supply and demand.

GRADE 12 - SCIENCE

PHYSICS

Physics expands upon students’ understanding of the macroscopic and microscopic world of forces, motion, waves, light, and electricity. This online curriculum also seeks to teach the symbolic and mathematical world of formulas and symbols used in physics. The major concepts covered are kinematics, forces and motion, work and energy, waves, sound and light, electricity and magnetism, and nuclear physics.


Students at this level should show development in their ability and understanding of scientific inquiry. Each unit contains experiments and projects that seek to develop a deeper conceptual meaning for students and actively engage them.

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