Arts and Humanities Curriculum and Instruction
Aligned and Rigorous Curriculum
Warren, Brenda--MCHS graduation requirments -require all students to have an arts/humanities credit.
Warren, Brenda--Committee and Department Minutes use the hover over links to access the documents you wish to see.
ETS Alice Lloyd College Visit
ETS MSU College Visit
11th 12th grade College Fair
FBLA Get Motivated Seminar
FCCLA National Convention
FEA Regional Convention
FFA livestock show
FFA State Fair
FFA Regional Competition
Social Studies Underground Railroad
Copeland, Dana - The textbook we are using with Music Theory/Listening Class is "Listen to This" by Bonds which features a music composition in each chapter (there are 62 chapters). In the Baroque section, one of the compositions is Bach's Fugue in G Minor, which highlights a fugue. To help them understand the fugue form, students had to create their own fugue, with exposition, development and recapitulation and perform for the rest of the class. - Music Theory/Listening
Copeland, Dana - Program Review Calendar - Guitar
Sallaz, Jeneen - Art and Science Class visit to UK Art Museum
Sallaz, Jeneen - Collaberative Art and Science visit to Bodies Revealed
Sallaz, Jeneen - Link to School website Dept meetings
McCown, Tracy - Picture Graphs, Proportional Drawings, Linear Equations & T-tables - Honors Algebra I
Sallaz, Jeneen - History and Appreciation of the Arts Curriculum Map for the course
Sallaz, Jeneen - Art - Link to various project descriptions, student examples, rubrics, etc. See all subgroups for continued examples.
Sallaz, Jeneen - History and Appreciation for the Arts - Link to various project descriptions, student examples, rubrics, etc. See all subgroups for continued examples.
Ferrell, Tasha - Renaissance Art Inspired by Religion - World Civilization
Ferrell, Tasha -Students have to read an article over the Andersonville Prison Camp in Georgia during the Civil War. The students have to read the article and then complete the “One Pager” assignment - Adv. Placement U.S. History