upper-level high

upper-level high

[¦əp·ər ¦lev·əl ′hī]
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Fish also provides an extensive, yet focused bibliography that is appropriate for upper-level high school students or intermediate undergraduate students.
Audience: Triseums current products are aimed at college-level art history, AP calculus classes, and some upper-level high school classes.
The straightforward writing style and use of illustrative stories makes this book suitable to different types of audiences including the general public, upper-level high school and undergraduate students, and researchers.
Advanced Design Applications is intended for upper-level high school students with the goal of providing an engineering or technical base for high school students who plan to continue their education in technical or engineering programs at the community college or university level.
I highly recommend this DVD for upper-level high school students studying environmental sciences, which could include a unit on alternative energy sources.
This volume is best suited for upper-level high school students and introductory courses at the university level.
For adult or upper-level high school students who think about the importance of image in the school system external support and its consequences forging partnerships and avoiding harmful acquaintances The Big Lie draws attention to the "truth" in schools.
Add this book to the list of good introductions to the origins of Islam for upper-level high school social science or first-year college humanities courses.
The heat is the result of strong upper-level high pressure building over California, with temperatures warming each day as a result, forecasters said.
Altogether, an excellent historical work suited to both upper-level high school students and their teachers.
So, in most art classes you should expect students to meet achievement standards that indicate proficiency but in upper-level high school courses, you should also expect them to meet the advanced achievement standards.
Both the curriculum and the video target general consumer audiences, including civic groups, upper-level high school science classes and family and consumer science classes.