Sharyland High School
Orientacion
Presentado por:
Departamento de Consejeria
Sharyland High School
Orientacion de Estudiante
Horario Block
Que es Horario Block? El horario block es un cambio en la estuctura diaria del dia de
clases. El curriculum es presentado en un formato diferente, el cual sera menos
estresado y mas productivo para el estudiante. El horario block ayudara a los
estudiantes a que tengan la oportunidad de aprender la materia en forma mas
detallada.

Como es el horario block diferente al horario de ahora?
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
Cuanto tiempo tendran los estudiantes entre clases?
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
Estudiantes pueden tener hasta nueve (9) creditos por año, por un total de treinta y seis (36) en
cuatro años de preparatoria.
Los estudiantes pueden participar en banda o atletismo en cuatro (4) años?
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
Estudianted tendran ocho (8) minutos entre clases.
Cuantos creditos puede tener un estudiante al final del año?
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
El horario diario consistira de cuatro (4) noventa (90) minutos de clase y una clase (50) minutos
Si
Los estudiantes pueden participar en banda y atletismo los cuatro años?

Si
Tu horario puede parecer?
Otoño (Ago-Ene)
Ingles I (90)
Football (90)
Computación (90)
Algebra I (50)
Español I E (90)
Primavera (Ene-Jun)
Geografia Mundial (90)
Football (90)
Biologia (90)
Continuación de Alg I (50)
Arte I (90)
Al final del año escolar podras haber completado
nueve (9) creditos. Un estudiante necesita seis
(6) para ser promovido al proximo año.
Programas de Graduacion
Minimo High School Programa
El programa minimo prepara a los estudiantes para educacion superior en
una institucion de dos años. Estudiantes deben completar cierta criteria para
graduar bajo este programa. Tambien, deben de completar los requisitos del
estado.
Recomendado High School Programa
El programa recomendado prepara a los estudiantes para educacion
superior. Estudiantes deben de completar los requisitos del estado.
Distinguido Academico Programa
El programa distinguido academico reconoce estudiantes que han
demostrado un nivel de masteria equivalente al colegio. En adicion de los
requisitos del estado, el estudiante debe haber completado y haber recibido una
combinacion de cuatro (4) puntos avanzados (measures) para graduar DAP
Graduacion Distinguida (Cont’)

Distinguido Academico Programa
 Una calificacion de 3 o mas en un examen de College
Board Examen de colocació Avanzada
 Una calificaciond de “b” o mas en cursos que cuentan
Para credito de colegio
 Una calificacion en el examen Preliminary Scholastic
Assessment Test (PSAT) que califique al estudiante
como reconocido Commended Scholar o mas alto por la
National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
 Sacar una calificacion de “B” o mas en no mas de dos
clases de carrera y tecnologia cursos articulados.
El estudiante debe de recibir reconocimiento avanzado
academico en Algebra II e Ingles III EOC examenes.
Requisitos de Graduacion en el estado
de Texa para la clase 9th
graders(2013-2014)
Materia
Minimo
Programa
Recomendado
Programa
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
(24 credits)
(26 credits)
(26 credits)
4
4
4
Ingles
Materia
Matematicas
Minimo
Programa
Recomendedo
Programa
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
3
4
4
(Alg I,
Geom,
3ra mate)
(Alg I, Geom, MMA,
Alg II, El estudiante
puede tomar PreCAL en vez de MMA,
solo que, MMA debe
ser tomada
Antes de Alg II)
(Alg I, Geom,
Alg II, & 4a
Mate)
Materia
Minimo
Programa
Recomendado
Programa
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
Ciencia
2
4
4
IPC,
Biologia,
Biologia,
Biologia
Quimica, Fisica,
Quimica, Fisica
y
(Puede
(IPC puede ser
sustituir
usada como la 4a
4a ciencia
Quimica o ciencia pero debe
Fisica por ser tomada antes
IPC
Quimica y/o Fisica
Materia
Ciencia
Social
Economia
Minimo
Programa
Recomendado
Programa
3.5
3.5
Geo M,
Geo M, Hist
Hist M,
M,
Hist
Hist E.E.U.U,
E.E.U.U,
Gob.
Gob.
.5
.5
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
3.5
Geo M, Hist
M,
Hist E.E.U.U,
Gob.
.5
Materia
Lenguaje
Extranjero
(en el
mismo
lenguaje)
Minimo
Programa
Recomendado
Programa
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
Ninguno
2
3
Materia
Educaion
Fisica
Minimo
Programa
Recomendado
Programa
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
1
1.0
1.0
ninguno
.5
.5
Salud
Materia
Aplicacion
Tecnologica
Artes
Minimo
Programa
Recomendado
Programa
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
Ninguno
1
1
1
1
1
Materia
Minimo
Programa
Recomendado
Programa
Distinguido
Academico
Programa
.5
.5
.5
8.5
4.0
3.0
(from SBOE approved
courses)
(from SBOE
approved courses)
(from SBOE
approved courses)
Oratoria
Clases Electivas
(opcionales)
Necesarias
STAAR
STATE OF TEXAS
ASSESSMENT OF
ACADEMIC READINESS
Que es STAAR?
Evaluación del Estado de Preparación Académica
STAAR evaluaciones serán en:
•Algebra I
•Biología
•Ingles I
•Ingles II
•Historia de E.E.U.U
Cual es la diferencia entre STAAR y TAKS?
Los cambios mas importantes entre evaluaciones son:
 Incrementando el rigor en las dos
evaluaciones y los resultados en las normas
de rendimiento para todos los grados,
materias, y cursos.
 Cambiando las evaluaciones en la prepa de
una visión en conjunto a basado en la
materia.
 Tiempo máximo de 4 horas por evaluación.
 El total de artículos en la evaluación ha
incrementado.
 Mas artículos que se tienen que mapear.
Como se describirá la evaluación
del estudiante en STAAR?
 NIVEL III: Rendimiento Académico
Avanzado
 NIVEL II: Rendimiento Académico
Satisfactorio
 NIVEL I: Rendimiento Académico No
satisfactorio
REQUISITOS DE GRADUACION EN
TEXAS
DAP- 26 CREDITOS (4X4)
RHSP-26 CREDITOS (4X4)
INGLES-4 CREDITOS
INGLES-4 CREDITOS
MATEMATICAS-4 CREDITOS
MATEMATICAS-4 CREDITOS
SCIENCIAS-4 CREDITOS
SCIENCIAS-4 CREDITOS
CIENCIAS SOCIALES-4CREDITS
CIENCIAS SOCIALES-4
CREDITS
4 REQUISITOS AVANZADOS
DAP
N/A
5 STAAR EOC evaluaciones
necesarias
5 STAAR EOC evaluaciones
necesarias
QUE SIGNIFICA PARA MI?
Tus calificaciones
o
en 9 EOC cuentan
para tu
graduación!
Como serán calculados?
Una puntuación
acumulativa será
necesaria promediando
todos los EOCs por cada
materia: Matemáticas,
Ingles, Ciencias y
Ciencias Sociales.
Lo mas Importante!!
Toma clases y las
evaluaciones EOC
seriamente sino……
Empezamos
Lecturas de Verano
English I Pre AP
 Mythology by Edith
Hamilton
 A Raisin in the Sun by
Lorraine Hansberry
Ejemplos de Horarios
No Banda, JROTC, or Atetlismo
(Recomendado Programa)
9th
10th
36 creditos
11th
12th
Ingles I
Ingles II
Ingles III
Ingles IV
Algebra I
Geometria
MMA
Algebra II
IPC
Biologia
Quimica
Fisica
Geografia Mun.
Historia Mun
Historia E.E.U.U
Gob/Eco
Espa. I
Espa. II
Arte
Electiva
Aplicacion
Tecnologica
Speech/Health
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Educacion Fisica Electiva
Electiva
Electiva
Ejemplo de Horarios
Banda y Atletismo o JROTC
(DAP Programa )
33 Creditos (Athletics)
9th
37 Creditos (Banda or ROTC)
10th
11th
12th
Ingles I
Ingles II
Ingles III
Ingles IV
Algebra I
Geometria
Algebra II
Pre Calculo
Biologia
Quimica
Fisica
4a Ciencia
Geografia Mund
Historia Mund
Historia E.E.U.U
Gob/Eco
Banda
Banda
Banda
Banda
Banda
Banda
Banda
Banda
Frances I
Frances II
Frances III
App Tecnologica
Atletismo/JROTC
Atletismo/JROTC
Atletismo/JROTC
Atletismo/JROTC
Atletismo/JROTC
EB Oratoria/ Salud
Atletismo/JROTC
Atletismo/JROTC
Atletismo/JROTC
Art I
Through the course of the semester, students will establish a visual vocabulary through the elements and principals of art. Students will also create art works in drawing and
painting utilizing the elements and principles. Students will work in one, two and three-point perspective. Through the study of art history, students will also learn of major
art movements as well as masters of the art world. There is a $10 art fee for this course.
Drawing
Art I is a prerequisite for this class. Students must have maintained at least a “B” average in Art I. Students will be introduced to a variety of mediums concentrating
basically on tempera painting. Students will also do research papers on artist, art movements and art techniques. Students are required to keep a portfolio, folder and a
sketchpad diary. A fee of $20 is required.
Human Portrait and Human Figure Drawing
A course designed to focus on the techniques used to create the human portrait and human figure. All areas will be broken down and focused on individually creating a full
understanding of how to create a realistic likeness. Different mediums will be used throughout the course thus allowing the students to obtain an understanding of how to
manipulate those mediums while solving the problems of creating realistic portraits and figure drawings.
Journalism I-IV
This course in a comprehensive, introductory study of basic journalism which includes learning and applying the specialized writing techniques necessary for journalistic style and format.
Included within the course is a study of America media, its history and development, as well as an emphasis on the four types of journalistic writing which are prevalent in high school
journalism settings today: news writing, editorial writing, feature writing, and headline writing.
Debate I-IV
Controversial issues arise in aspects of personal, social public, and professional life in modern society. Debate and argumentation are widely used to make decisions and reduce conflict.
Students who develop skills in argumentation and debate become interested in current issues, develop sound critical thinking, and sharpen communication skills. They acquire life-long
skills for intelligently approaching controversial issues and clashes of opinion.
Theater Arts I-IV
Theater Arts I is a basic introductory course. It incorporates basic acting techniques, the role of the actor interpreting dramatic literature, and the historical evolution of performance
styles. This course will fulfill the fine arts requirement. This course is required to take before other theater courses.
Theater Production I
Theater production is a course designed for those students primarily interested in working on plays. Although theater background is encouraged, it is not required. All students will be
required to act on stage in front of an audience in the course of the year. Plays will be presented to the public throughout the school year. Students interested in trying out for the one-act
play must be in first period theater production. Students must audition and have director’s approval.
Junior ROTC
RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC) I
CREDIT (2) each year
PREREQUISTE: Approval
The Reserve Officers Training Corps is a corporative effort between the U.S. Army and school districts to provide a character and leadership development program of military science. It
instills the student with an enhanced sense of self-esteem, teamwork, and self-discipline that will be applied to any post-secondary situation. Studies include topics such as military
history, geography, service learning, first aid, citizenship, duty, responsibility, communications, leadership, drill and ceremony. Satisfactory completion can lead to advanced placement in
the active Army, Army Reserves, or National Guard.
Band I-IV
Opportunities are provided for band students to develop the skills needed to become successful participants in a variety of instrumental music activities such as marching
band, U.I.L. concert and sight reading contest, U.I.L. solo and ensemble contests, and All-State Band.
Choir I-IV
Choir is a mixture of unison, 2-part, 3-part, and 4-part choral music, with emphasis on the fundamentals of sight-reading, correct breathing and performance skills. Basic
music theory will be taught as a main part of this course (learning to understand written music and apply it to vocal production). Students will have the opportunity to
perform at least two concerts, attend festivals, participate in U.I.L. solo/ensemble competition and audition for the district, regional, and area state choirs. A student who
excels in this class will be adequately prepared for the Concert Chorale. This is a performance class.
Spanish I S
The philosophy of the program is to enable students to attain a measurable degree of communicative competency and proficiency in each of the language skills. In order
to be authentic in the oral presentations, the students look at the reality in their text books. They will answer questions and talk about such real life situations. This
course is open to students who have some understanding of the Spanish Language.
Spanish I E
This full term course is designed to develop the basic skills of reading. The objective of this course is to create simple Spanish communication among students, by
enabling them to write and speak. Instructional topic include: the Spanish alphabet, number and gender of articles, nouns and adjectives and a variety of vocabulary.
Regular and irregular verbs are also introduced. This course is open to non-Spanish speakers only.
Spanish II S or Spanish II E
For students who have completed Spanish I
AP Spanish Literature
An AP Spanish Literature course is comparable to a third-year college introduction to Hispanic literature course. It is based on a required reading list. The works on the
list are of literary significance and represent various historical periods, literary movements, genres, geographic areas, and population groups within the Spanish-speaking.
The objective of the course is to help you interpret and analyze literature in Spanish.
French I
This is a full credit course designed to develop the ability to understand, read, speak, and write the French language. Time will be spent on conversation, reading and
writing and learning about culture structure and grammar both in their native language as in French. This is open to students whose native language is not French.
French II
Next French course for students who have completed French I
Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
In this course, students will develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, personal development, globalization, industry standards, details, practices, and
expectations in the area of agriculture, food and natural resources.
Principles of Architecture & Construction
This course is an overview of the various fields of architecture, interior design, construction science and construction technology.
Principles of Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
Careers in the arts, audio/visual technology and communications career cluster require, in addition to creative aptitude, a strong background in computer and technology
applications, a strong academic foundation and a proficiency in oral and written communication.
Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance
In this course, students develop knowledge and skills in economics and private enterprise systems, the impact of global business, marketing of goods and services,
advertising and product pricing.
Business Information Management I
In this course, students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies, create word-processing documents, develop a spreadsheet,
formulate a database, and make an electronic presentation using appropriate software.
Principles of Education & Training
This course is designed to introduce students to the various careers available within the education and training career cluster. Students will develop a graduation plan that
leads to a specific career choice in the student's interest area.
Principles of Health Science
This course is an overview of the therapeutic, diagnostic, health informatics, support services and biotechnology research and development systems of the health care
industry.
Principles of Information Technology
In this course, students develop computer literacy skills to adapt to emerging technologies used in the global marketplace.
Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
This course introduces students to professions in law enforcement, security, corrections, and fire and emergency management services. Students will examine the roles
and resp. of police, courts, corrections, private security and protective agencies.
Principles of Agriculture,
Food, & Natural
Resources
[9-12] (1 Credit)
ANIMAL SYSTEMS
PLANT
SYSTEMS
Livestock
Production
[10-12] (1 Credit)
Professional
Standards in
Agribusiness
[10-12] (1 Credit)
Equine Science
[10-12] (1 Credit)
POWER, STRUCTURAL
& TECHNICAL
SYSTEMS
Agricultural Mechanics
and Metal Technologies
Intro to Woodworking &
Welding
Landscape Design
& Turf Grass
Management
[10-12] (1 Credit)
Professional
Standards in
Agribusiness
[10-12] (1 Credit)
[10-12]
(1 Credit)
Professional
Standards in
Agribusiness
[10-12] (1 Credit)
Agricultural
Facilities Design
and Fabrication
[11-12] (1 Credit)
Wildlife, Fisheries &
Ecology
Management
[10-12] (1 Credit)
Agricultural Power
Systems (Welding)
[11-12] (2 Credits)
Advanced Animal
Science
[12] (1 Credit)
STC Precision
Manufacturing
Technology
Program
[11-12]
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