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AP Human Geography30055National Guide Course8/7/2020 1:45:11 AMCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#Human Geography;| The AP Human Geography course is equivalent to an introductory college-level 4https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses C/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass277B2ECCE5C345ED991D1CFFAE3B3681">The AP Human Geography course is equivalent to an introductory college-level course in human geography. The course introduces students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth's surface. Students employ spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine socioeconomic organization and its environmental consequences. They also learn about the methods and tools geographers use in their research and applications. The curriculum reflects the goals of the National Geography Standards (2012).</div>aa5ddb83-84c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations
AP Research29903National Guide Course8/7/2020 1:36:15 AMCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#interdisciplinary studies or integrative studies;| In AP Research, students develop the skills 3https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses C/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass56731C977953436B8C7F39B2032E23DE">In AP Research, students develop the skills and discipline necessary to conduct independent research to produce and defend a scholarly academic thesis. This second course in the AP Capstone experience allows students to explore deeply an academic topic, problem, or issue of individual interest and through this inquiry, students design, plan, and conduct a year-long mentored, research-based investigation. The course culminates in an academic thesis paper of approximately 5,000 words and a presentation, performance, or exhibition with an oral defense.</div>536c0a4c-94c4-ea11-a812-000d3a33232aCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations
AP Macroeconomics31473National Guide Course8/7/2020 12:55:42 AMCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations AP Macroeconomics is an introductory college-level course that focuses on the principles that apply to an economic system as a 105https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses C/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassCBCC07EE654A4E32B97B1A9B6684536D">AP Macroeconomics is an introductory college-level course that focuses on the principles that apply to an economic system as a whole. The course places particular emphasis on the study of national income and price-level determination; it also develops students' familiarity with economic performance measures, the financial sector, stabilization policies, economic growth, and international economics. Students learn to use graphs, charts, and data to analyze, describe, and explain economic concepts.</div>658ee07c-84c4-ea11-a812-000d3a33232aCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations
DLPT Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI): Proficiency Level Rating: 1+17901National Guide Course8/7/2020 2:19:31 AMDefense Language Institute Foreign Language Center Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#Foreign Language;| The Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), is a standardized procedure for the 3https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassA3DE6E3AE541419094BA41F3C45CA7D2">The Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), is a standardized procedure for the global assessment of functional speaking ability. A face-to-face or telephonic interview between certified testers and an examinee is conducted to determine how well an examinee speaks the target language through comparison of his or her performance on specific communication tasks to the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. The Oral Proficiency Interview takes the form of a carefully structured conversation between trained and certified interviewers and the person whose speaking proficiency is being assessed. The interview is interactive and continuously adapts to the speaking abilities of the individual being tested.The relevant language(s) for this test include(s)&#58; Afrikaans; Akan (includes Twi and Fante); Albanian; Amharic; Arabic-Algerian; Arabic-Eastern; Arabic-Egyptian; Arabic-Gulf (includes Arabic spoken in Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, NE Saudi Arabia, and S. Iran); Arabic-Levantine (includes sub-dialects of Syrian, Jordanian, Lebanese, and Palestinian); Arabic-Libyan; Arabic-Modern Standard; Arabic-Moroccan; Arabic-Sudanese (inc. Saudi); Arabic-Tunisian; Arabic-Western; Arabic-Yemeni; Armenian-Eastern Only; Armenian-Western/Eastern; Assyrian; Azeri (Azerbaijani); Baluchi; Belorussian (aka Byelorussian); Bengali; Bosnian; Bulgarian; Burmese; Cambodian (Khmer); Catalan; Cebuano; Chaldean; Chavacano; Chechen; Chinese Cantonese; Chinese Mandarin; Chinese Taiwanese (South Min); Chinese-Wu; Croatian; Czech; Danish; Dinka; Dutch; English; Estonian; Finnish; Flemish; French; Fula/Toucouleur; Fula/Peul; Ga; Georgian; German; Greek; Guarani; Gujarati; Haitian-Creole; Hausa; Hebrew; Hiligaynon; Hindi; Hmong/Mong; Hungarian; Icelandic; Igbo, AKA Ibo; Ilocano; Indonesian; Italian; Japanese; Javanese; Kashmiri; Kazakh; Kikongo/Kongo; Kirghiz; Korean; Krio; Kurdish-Behdini (Kurmanji); Kurdish-Sorani; Lao; Latvian; Lingala; Lithuanian; Macedonian; Malay; Malayalam; Mandingo-Bambara; Mongolian; Nepali (Nepalese); Norwegian; Pashto-Afghan; Persian-Afghan (Dari); Persian-Farsi; Persian-Tajiki; Polish; Ponapean; Portugese-Brazilian; Portugese-European; Pular; Punjabi; Romanian; Russian; Samoan; Serbian; Serbian/Croatian; Sindhi; Singhalese; Slovak; Slovenian; Somali; Spanish; Swahili; Swedish; Tagalog; Tajik; Tamil (Indian); Tamil (Sri Lanken); Tausug; Telugu; Thai; Tibetan; Tigrinya; Turkish; Turkmen; Ukrainian; Urdu; Uyghur; Uzbek; Vietnamese; Visayan (See notes); Wolof; Yappese; Yoruba; Zulu.</div>9086f66f-92c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aDefense Language Institute
DLPT Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI): Proficiency Level Rating: 217902National Guide Course8/7/2020 2:19:31 AMDefense Language Institute Foreign Language Center Upper-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#Foreign Language;|;Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#Foreign Language;| 3https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass5AC37B45220C487B81CC73971B1CAF13">The Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), is a standardized procedure for the global assessment of functional speaking ability. A face-to-face or telephonic interview between certified testers and an examinee is conducted to determine how well an examinee speaks the target language through comparison of his or her performance on specific communication tasks to the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. The Oral Proficiency Interview takes the form of a carefully structured conversation between trained and certified interviewers and the person whose speaking proficiency is being assessed. The interview is interactive and continuously adapts to the speaking abilities of the individual being tested.The relevant language(s) for this test include(s)&#58; Afrikaans; Akan (includes Twi and Fante); Albanian; Amharic; Arabic-Algerian; Arabic-Eastern; Arabic-Egyptian; Arabic-Gulf (includes Arabic spoken in Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, NE Saudi Arabia, and S. Iran); Arabic-Levantine (includes sub-dialects of Syrian, Jordanian, Lebanese, and Palestinian); Arabic-Libyan; Arabic-Modern Standard; Arabic-Moroccan; Arabic-Sudanese (inc. Saudi); Arabic-Tunisian; Arabic-Western; Arabic-Yemeni; Armenian-Eastern Only; Armenian-Western/Eastern; Assyrian; Azeri (Azerbaijani); Baluchi; Belorussian (aka Byelorussian); Bengali; Bosnian; Bulgarian; Burmese; Cambodian (Khmer); Catalan; Cebuano; Chaldean; Chavacano; Chechen; Chinese Cantonese; Chinese Mandarin; Chinese Taiwanese (South Min); Chinese-Wu; Croatian; Czech; Danish; Dinka; Dutch; English; Estonian; Finnish; Flemish; French; Fula/Toucouleur; Fula/Peul; Ga; Georgian; German; Greek; Guarani; Gujarati; Haitian-Creole; Hausa; Hebrew; Hiligaynon; Hindi; Hmong/Mong; Hungarian; Icelandic; Igbo, AKA Ibo; Ilocano; Indonesian; Italian; Japanese; Javanese; Kashmiri; Kazakh; Kikongo/Kongo; Kirghiz; Korean; Krio; Kurdish-Behdini (Kurmanji); Kurdish-Sorani; Lao; Latvian; Lingala; Lithuanian; Macedonian; Malay; Malayalam; Mandingo-Bambara; Mongolian; Nepali (Nepalese); Norwegian; Pashto-Afghan; Persian-Afghan (Dari); Persian-Farsi; Persian-Tajiki; Polish; Ponapean; Portugese-Brazilian; Portugese-European; Pular; Punjabi; Romanian; Russian; Samoan; Serbian; Serbian/Croatian; Sindhi; Singhalese; Slovak; Slovenian; Somali; Spanish; Swahili; Swedish; Tagalog; Tajik; Tamil (Indian); Tamil (Sri Lanken); Tausug; Telugu; Thai; Tibetan; Tigrinya; Turkish; Turkmen; Ukrainian; Urdu; Uyghur; Uzbek; Vietnamese; Visayan (See notes); Wolof; Yappese; Yoruba; Zulu.</div>9886f66f-92c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aDefense Language Institute
Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) Generations III, IV, 5 Reading: Proficiency Level Rating: 417899National Guide Course8/7/2020 2:19:31 AMDefense Language Institute Foreign Language Center Upper-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#Foreign Language;|;Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#Foreign Language;| 2https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass788CE3C69D05467FB96265AF6F001722">The Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) is designed to assess the target language proficiency of native speakers of English who have learned a foreign language as a second language and speakers of other languages with very strong English skills. The DLPT measures proficiency as defined by the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions.The DLPT is designed to measure proficiency in the target language regardless of how it has been acquired; test content is not tied to any particular language-training program. The passages included in the test are sampled from authentic materials and real-life sources such as signs, newspapers, radio and television broadcasts, the Internet, etc. The passages cover a broad range of content areas, including social, cultural, political, economic, geographic, scientific, and military topics.The reading and listening comprehension tests are based on a wide variety of realistic written and spoken materials. The content is sampled from authentic sources such as signs, newspapers, radio broadcasts, etc. The test include multiple choice questions with four options in English. The listening and reading sections have 100 items each. Test administration time is approximately 75 minutes for the listening section.The relevant languages include&#58; Albanian; Arabic-Modern Standard; Chinese-Mandarin; Czech; Dari; French; German; Greek; Hebrew; Hindi; Italian; Japanese; Korean; Kurdish-Kurmanji; Norwegian; Pashto; Persian-Farsi; Polish; Portuguese Brazilian; Portuguese European; Romanian; Russian; Serbian-Croatian; Sorani; Spanish; Tagalog; Thai; Turkish; Ukrainian; Urdu; Uzbek; Vietnamese.The following relevant languages have been approved as of 10/1/2018&#58; Indonesian; Azerbaijani; Hatian-Creole; Punjabi-Western; Somali; and Yoruba.</div>7786f66f-92c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aDefense Language Institute
Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) Generations III, IV, 5 Reading: Proficiency Level Rating: 0+17897National Guide Course8/7/2020 2:19:30 AMDefense Language Institute Foreign Language Center Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#1;#Foreign Language;| The Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) is designed to assess the target 3https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass0F653D06477C4B929E654442F481E738">The Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) is designed to assess the target language proficiency of native speakers of English who have learned a foreign language as a second language and speakers of other languages with very strong English skills. The DLPT measures proficiency as defined by the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions.The DLPT is designed to measure proficiency in the target language regardless of how it has been acquired; test content is not tied to any particular language-training program. The passages included in the test are sampled from authentic materials and real-life sources such as signs, newspapers, radio and television broadcasts, the Internet, etc. The passages cover a broad range of content areas, including social, cultural, political, economic, geographic, scientific, and military topics.The reading and listening comprehension tests are based on a wide variety of realistic written and spoken materials. The content is sampled from authentic sources such as signs, newspapers, radio broadcasts, etc. The test include multiple choice questions with four options in English. The listening and reading sections have 100 items each. Test administration time is approximately 75 minutes for the listening section.The relevant languages include&#58; Albanian; Arabic-Modern Standard; Chinese-Mandarin; Czech; Dari; French; German; Greek; Hebrew; Hindi; Italian; Japanese; Korean; Kurdish-Kurmanji; Norwegian; Pashto; Persian-Farsi; Polish; Portuguese Brazilian; Portuguese European; Romanian; Russian; Serbian-Croatian; Sorani; Spanish; Tagalog; Thai; Turkish; Ukrainian; Urdu; Uzbek; Vietnamese.The following relevant languages have been approved as of 10/1/2018&#58; Indonesian; Azerbaijani; Hatian-Creole; Punjabi-Western; Somali; and Yoruba.</div>3d86f66f-92c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aDefense Language Institute
DLPT Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI): Proficiency Level Rating: 3+17903National Guide Course8/7/2020 2:19:31 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#Foreign Language;|;Upper-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#Foreign Language;| The Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), is a standardized procedure for the 2https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassAD80968C4FEB43458CE8D3BF4435C92C">The Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), is a standardized procedure for the global assessment of functional speaking ability. A face-to-face or telephonic interview between certified testers and an examinee is conducted to determine how well an examinee speaks the target language through comparison of his or her performance on specific communication tasks to the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. The Oral Proficiency Interview takes the form of a carefully structured conversation between trained and certified interviewers and the person whose speaking proficiency is being assessed. The interview is interactive and continuously adapts to the speaking abilities of the individual being tested.</div>bb86f66f-92c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aDefense Language Institute
DLPT Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI): Proficiency Level Rating: 417904National Guide Course8/7/2020 2:19:32 AMUpper-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#Foreign Language;|;Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#Foreign Language;| The Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), is a standardized procedure for the 2https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass5823CCF4541D4DC79CF7F3EE3F569FB4">The Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), is a standardized procedure for the global assessment of functional speaking ability. A face-to-face or telephonic interview between certified testers and an examinee is conducted to determine how well an examinee speaks the target language through comparison of his or her performance on specific communication tasks to the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. The Oral Proficiency Interview takes the form of a carefully structured conversation between trained and certified interviewers and the person whose speaking proficiency is being assessed. The interview is interactive and continuously adapts to the speaking abilities of the individual being tested.</div>c486f66f-92c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aDefense Language Institute
AP Seminar29902National Guide Course8/7/2020 1:36:15 AMCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#Interdisciplinary Studies or Integrative Studies;| AP Seminar is a foundational course that 8https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses C/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass6A8F8E073C9B4A89AAC2337C396A80BB">AP Seminar is a foundational course that engages students in cross-curricular conversations that explore the complexities of academic and real-world topics and issues by analyzing divergent perspectives. Using an inquiry framework, students practice reading and analyzing articles, research studies, and foundational literary and philosophical texts; listening to and viewing speeches, broadcasts, and personal accounts; and experiencing artistic works and performances. Students learn to synthesize information from multiple sources, develop their own perspectives in research-based written essays, and design and deliver oral and visual presentations, both individually and as part of a team. Ultimately, the course aims to equip students with the power to analyze and evaluate information with accuracy and precision in order to craft and communicate evidence-based arguments. Students are assessed with two through-course performance assessment tasks and one end-of-course exam. All three assessments are summative and will be used to calculate a final AP score (using the 1- 5 scale) for AP Seminar.</div>466c0a4c-94c4-ea11-a812-000d3a33232aCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations