DoDEA Graduation Requirements
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The DoDEA Career and Technical Education (CTE), formerly Professional Technical Studies (PTS) Program offers career-related courses to middle and high school students. The CTE curriculum is organized around Career Clusters that identify pathways from secondary school to two- and four-year colleges, and the workplace. Career Clusters and Pathways represent a nationwide effort to help schools ensure that students get the knowledge and skills they need for multiple career choices by matching what is taught in the classroom to business and industry standards.
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DoDEA's English Language Arts program offers a comprehensive curriculum, standards and ongoing assessment of student progress.
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Click here to view the Summer 2013 AP Literature reading list.
DoDEA's Foreign Language Program prepares students to meet the challenges of an interdependent world community by enabling them to recognize the importance of learning foreign languages, to value learning about other cultures, and to develop proficiency in one or more foreign languages.
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DoDEA's Health Education Program prepares students to make wise decisions on matters concerning personal, family and community health by providing comprehensive health education to students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12. Through health education DoDEA students gain an understanding and appreciation of healthful lifestyles that promote lifelong wellness, and engage in learning activities designed to enable them to take responsibility for their well being and the well being of others.
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Mathematics offers a comprehensive program for students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. It is centered on students' learning and their ability to reason and think mathematically. Curriculum standards, effective instructional strategies, and ongoing assessment of student progress are essential components of the math program. The major goal of the DoDEA Mathematics Program is to offer a balanced curriculum including problem solving, conceptual development and basic skills.
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The DoDEA Music Education Program has four major goals:
- To participate in various forms of musical expression
- To demonstrate an understanding of musical concepts
- To display an awareness of the interrelationship between music and society
- To display an understanding and appreciation of music as an art form
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Physical Education is an essential and integral part of the total education program and makes significant contributions toward the achievement of desirable education and health outcomes through the medium of physical activity. Physical education addresses a student's fundamental need for regular physical activity to remain healthy and promotes many of the attitudes and behaviors that reduce health risks, including development of an understanding of the need for appropriate nutrition and physical activity.
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Implementation of the DoDEA Science Content Standards requires the cooperation and collaboration of a community of learners. As such, all students will become active problem-solvers engaged in learning science by designing, conducting and communicating their own investigations, using technology to assist in collection, analysis and communication of data. They will become scientifically literate citizens who enjoy and appreciate science in the 21st century.
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Social Studies is a vital part of the DoDEA curriculum that emphasizes the growth and preservation of a democratic society and the interdependency of the world. The program is designed to provide students with learning experiences that will aid in the development of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes necessary for participation as citizens in a culturally diverse, democratic society.
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The DoDEA Visual Arts Program has four primary goals:
- To create works of art
- To demonstrate aesthetic perception
- To develop a knowledge of art heritage
- To utilize critical judgment of the visual arts
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