Topic: Conversational French
Pre-requisites: French 1
Description: Conversational French is a course designed to encourage and improve students’ conversational
abilities with the French language. The focus of the course will be learning vocabulary and grammar skills necessary to
function in French. Students will be encouraged to contribute through conversation and classroom activities as they learn
skills ranging from how to talk about themselves to how to ask for assistance and of course, there will be food!
Topic: Conversational Spanish
Pre-requisites: Spanish 1
Description: Designed to improve students’ usage of spoken Spanish, book learning is great, but if you are
not comfortable speaking the language then why take it. Communication is one of the most important skills in life and being a
ble to interact with more people in their native or preferred language is key. Come immerse yourself in the Spanish language
as we discuss current events and every day interactions such as order food, getting help, simple day to day conversations.
Topic: Introduction to Calculus
Description: An overview of the first semester of Calc 1. If you like math but are a little intimidated by
that big word CALCULUS then you should sign up for a little prep work. You are sure to derive great satisfaction from this
class and reach new limits before unknown to you.
Topic: Introduction to Trigonometry
Pre-requisites: Algebra 1 & Geometry 1
Description: if you think “what’s your sine” is a line to get a date or if you think “cosine” means to get
someone to sign off on your car loan then you really need this class. You will have the chance to get it all right after this
class as the Right Angle gets to take on a whole new meaning. Be better prepared to take on Trig next fall after completing
this summer session.
Topic: Introduction to Psychology
Description: Have you ever wanted to better understand human thinking and behavior? Do you consider yourself
a “people watcher?” Are you interested in trying to figure people out? If so, then this course is for you! In this course, we
will explore a number of topics related to the human mind and behavior such as: how experiments work, the brain, sleep and dreaming,
stress, learning, personality, social influence and authority, psychological disorders and more! Students will gain a better
understanding of the field of psychology and be better prepared to enter a high school introduction or AP psychology course.
Topic: The Stock Market and Economics
Description: Ever wondered how the stock market worked? Ever wanted to learn how to invest? Want to learn
how to have your money make money? The UW-Green Bay Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), college students from the Nationally
Recognized UWGB competitive business club will be your guides on the side as you explore Wall Street and chase the big money.
This class is taught online using the Desire2Learn website and some specially designed lessons and simulations created by UWGB
professor John Stoll. Invest your time and your money wisely.
Topic: Introduction to Physics
Pre-requisites: Algebra 1 & Geometry 1
Description: The physics of roller coasters and projectile motion. This will be the major portion of our work
together. We will be actually be making small-scale roller coasters where we will study many characteristics of motion. The roller
coasters will be made of simple materials and will be limited to your imagination!!! Also, we’ll play around with a potato cannon,
recording data and analyzing it to discover characteristics of flight. If you like building things, or just shooting them out of a
cannon, this is the lab for you!!!
Topic: ACT Science
Description: Do you have what it takes to read 3 passages and answer 40 questions, all in 35 minutes? Nervous
about how to prepare? Looking for hints and tips on how to attack the exam? We will help you form a battle plan. This course
will help you get ready for the often challenging portion of the test. Preparing for the ACT Science course doesn’t have to be
boring: we’ll make science fun!
Topic: Intro to Hmong
Description: This class is designed to for anyone who wish to learn how to speak Hmong who does not have much
exposure or experience with the Hmong language. It is also to promote the Hmong language and learn more about its cultural roots
and heritage. We will focus on speaking basic Hmong, learning vocabulary, traditions and customs of the Hmong culture.
Topic: Intro to Chinese
Description: Spoken by more people than any other language in the world, Chinese is becoming more and more popular.
This course is designed to introduce students to authentic Chinese culture and daily conversation through interactive class activities.
Students will learn Chinese phonetics (Pinyin), tones, daily phrases, calligraphy, character writing and typing, traditions and customs.
China is becoming a major economic powerhouse. Individuals with experience in studying Chinese language and culture will be in high
demand in the years to come.
Topic: Science of Nutrition
Topic: Cultural Literature
Description: Do you know how to use gerunds, superlatives and active voice in written and spoken English? Are you
comfortable with your English ability to succeed in post high school studies? If not, sign up for this course to learn grammar skills
that will help you succeed in reading, writing and speaking. Creative and interactive class activities will engage and help you gain
tools for academic success.
Topic: Sign Language
Topic: Enbironmental Sciences