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    Welcome to East Paulding High School's ESOL Department! Here we will provide information about the ESOL teachers, classes, programs, and organizations. The ESOL department strives to engage all students in participatory learning with the hopes of creating elite performers, technically skilled visual artists, critical thinkers, and life-long learners.  

    Our Pledge:
    Our pledge is that every teacher in the ESOL department is committed to trying his/her best to help your child grow as a student and a person. At the end of a school year, in addition to knowing more about the subject of a particular class, our students should be better at: 

    • Visualize and generate ideas for creating works of art
    • Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan and create works of art
    • Engage in an array of processes, media, techniques, and technology through experimentation, practice, and persistence  
    • Incorporate formal and informal components to create works of art
    • Keep an ongoing visual and verbal record to explore and develop works of art
    • Plan, prepare, and present works of art for exhibition in school, virtual environment, and/or portfolio presentation
    • Engage in the process of art criticism to make meaning and increase visual literacy
    • Develop personal artistic voice through connecting uses of art within a variety of cultural, historical, and contemporary contexts
    • Understand how artistic learning extends beyond the walls of the classroom
    • Improvise, compose, and arrange music within specified guidelines
    • Generate and conceptualize musical ideas and works
    • Perform on instruments through a varied repertoire of music  
    • Listen to, analyze, and describe music  
    • Understand relationships between music, other arts, other disciplines, varied contexts, and daily life
    • Develop and refine musical techniques and works for presentation
    • Act and direct by communicating and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
    • Engage actively and appropriately as an audience member  
    • Examine the role of theatre in a societal, cultural, and historical context  
    • Develop life skills through the study and production of art such as collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and communication
  • Note: All teachers are available for tutoring.  Check with your teacher for their tutoring times.  You can also see other teachers who teach the same subject for help. 

    ESOL Department



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