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You will have the opportunity to learn about many of the major topics facing society today. We will analyze the
five major institutions of sociology - family, education, government, economics, and religion. The course will leave
you with a better understanding of people and society. You will do a research paper/presentation for this class.
WORLD HISTORY (NCAA)
This is a
survey course, which covers World History from the Stone Age to the present. The course is
based upon a multi-categorical approach with emphasis on key concepts dealing with the development of world
governments, societies, and economies. A basic understanding and appreciation of the development and
maturation of world cultures is essential for one’s understanding of current world events. The students are
responsible for successful completion of daily work, which includes worksheets, note taking, map work, and class
participation. The students also generate authentic work through group research presentations and individual
research papers. Students are required to successfully participate in author-prepared tests, quizzes over reading
material, and teacher-generated tests.
A FEE WILL BE CHARGED FOR EACH INDUSTRIAL TECH CLASS TAKEN.
The Trades and Industries Department has available training for those interested in the technical areas of welding
and auto mechanics. This type of education does provide an excellent background for Industrial Arts teachers
and other professional occupations.
* Important Note (The class size is limited. If the class is full, put your name on a waiting list in the
INTRO TO WELDING
A combined lecture and lab course. Exploring SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, OFW, OFC and Plasma Cutting in a safe
manner at an introductory level. Each area will have competencies to explore filler materials and basic procedures
in each welding process.
First year Automotive Technologies
register for both semester classes during registration.)
COLLEGE INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY (S1) - AUT104
COLLEGE AUTO ELECTRONICS (S2) - AUT614
CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT (Purchase of Textbook Required)
2 LCHS, 4 WITCC (Intro to Automotive Technology)
2 LCHS, 4 WITCC (Auto Electronics)
None for (College Intro to Automotive Technology) Must complete (College Intro to Automotive
Technology) to start second semester (College Auto Electronics)
10, 11, 12
Introduction to Automotive Technology
Designed to provide basic instruction in shop skills including precision measuring, the use of hand and power
tools, and related shop equipment. Covers the use and design of fittings and fasteners. Covers the basic of the
basic repairs and service procedures required in maintaining an automobile. Emphasizes shop safety practices in
each area of study. Semester tests are required in this course.