Miss Chea's Classes
"Miss Chea All Day!"
Contact Miss Chea at:
(760)955-3300 ext. 31374
About Miss Chea:
Miss Chea was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She attended school at the California State University of Los Angeles to obtain her Bachelor's Degree in English. Afterwards, Miss Chea attended school at San Diego State University to get her teaching credential in English. She has been teaching since 2011 and loves working with students and building positive relationships In addition, she has a passion for literature as well as helping students to improve their writing in order to be prepared for college. Currently, Miss Chea attends school through the Arkansas State University to earn a Master's Degree in Program 4 Special Education.
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Miss Chea's English 1 Course Description:
This course is designed to guide you through all areas of English Language Arts such as grammar/punctuation, reading, and writing in order to help you meet Common Core Standards. We will be focusing on a variety of texts to help you build critical analysis skills. Throughout the school year, you will be building your vocabulary skills and developing an interest in different types of writing and literature. We will be focusing on different relationships between characters as well as character motivation, action, and development. Developing critical reading and analysis skills will help you greatly in the future and in order to deduce valid arguments and articles you may read.
Link Crew Leaders Course Description:
The Link Crew Leadership course helps build a community in our school among the Freshmen and their Upperclassmen. Link Crew allows Upperclassmen to set a positive example for the Freshmen and to mentor them in order to help them get through their next four years of high school. Activities with the Freshmen include the Freshmen Tailgate, Grade Checks, and Class Lessons on Organization, Stress, etc.
Students will explore the world of interviewing, questioning, and writing. Journalism allows students to think of real-world issues and write about them to share with the school.
Key Club is an organization that allows students to serve the community. Key Club meets on Thursdays after school in Room 174.