High School science subjects are taught on a rotating three to four year cycle, depending on the grade levels and demand by students. Generally the cycle begins with Biology in Grade 9, followed by Chemistry, then Physics. An additional year is given to explore either Astronomy or Aviation, depending again on the student interest of the high school at the time. Aviation is sometimes offered as an elective science subject on top of the standard science of that year (e.g. Chemistry or Physics). AP courses are offered at the "I AM" School for those students who have aspirations to attend college or enter into fields such as engineering, or have astro-aviation aspirations.

BIOLOGY

The word identity comes from the Latin word “essentitas” meaning being. Identity is the collective aspect of the set of characteristics by which a thing is definitively recognizable or known. The distinct personality of an individual, their individuality.Identity is who your are- your likes and dislikes, your personality, your attitude, your feelings, your appearance and so much more.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations


CHEMISTRY

The word identity comes from the Latin word “essentitas” meaning being. Identity is the collective aspect of the set of characteristics by which a thing is definitively recognizable or known. The distinct personality of an individual, their individuality.Identity is who your are- your likes and dislikes, your personality, your attitude, your feelings, your appearance and so much more.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

PHYSICS

The word identity comes from the Latin word “essentitas” meaning being. Identity is the collective aspect of the set of characteristics by which a thing is definitively recognizable or known. The distinct personality of an individual, their individuality.Identity is who your are- your likes and dislikes, your personality, your attitude, your feelings, your appearance and so much more.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

ASTRONOMY

The word identity comes from the Latin word “essentitas” meaning being. Identity is the collective aspect of the set of characteristics by which a thing is definitively recognizable or known. The distinct personality of an individual, their individuality.Identity is who your are- your likes and dislikes, your personality, your attitude, your feelings, your appearance and so much more.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

AVIATION

The word identity comes from the Latin word “essentitas” meaning being. Identity is the collective aspect of the set of characteristics by which a thing is definitively recognizable or known. The distinct personality of an individual, their individuality.Identity is who your are- your likes and dislikes, your personality, your attitude, your feelings, your appearance and so much more.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

 
 
 
 
 

"I AM" School, Inc.

118 Siskiyou Avenue

Mount Shasta, CA 96067

Phone. (530)926-6263

Email. office.iamschool@gmail.com

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