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Beginning Wind Ensemble is a platform for students to learn a wind instrument and perform in a large ensemble. The ensemble learns original and transcribed literature from the art music repertoire. Wind Ensemble students hone their musical abilities on wind instruments, which include the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and tuba.
This enrichment course will focus on building familiarity with and excellence while playing and observing chess. This means students will learn and practice chess strategies (fundamentals, openings, recognizing patterns, making the best moves, and endgames), understand and record chess notation for every game played, and how to use a chess clock, all while demonstrating appropriate chess etiquette and sportsmanship.
The goal of the Choir Enrichment Course is to build students’ vocal abilities as they learn how to sing with a group. Students will build their abilities to harmonize, build their personal vocal range, and will build their knowledge of music theory through singing. The culminating event of this course will be the students’ performance at the Evening of Fine Arts on Thursday, December 2.
The Lincoln Horticultural Society exists at Lincoln Prep to provide a forum for the discussion of topics related to gardening as part of the classical, liberal arts and sciences. Students and teachers alike will seek truth, beauty, and goodness in the soils around us. Students will be provided with basic gardening tools and a mason’s trowel.
The Portraiture workshop will look at all the various ways and techniques that artists use in order to render the likeness of another human being on a 2-dimensional surface. This course is designed to help students gain a deeper appreciation for the timeless practice of portraiture art. Students will further improve their draftsmanship skills by learning how to render another humans likeness through precise measuring and keen observation of their subject matter.
The clay sculpting workshop will teach students the classical methods of constructing classical busts in clay and then cold casting through the use of molds and resins. This enrichment course is meant to expose students to the classical method of creating 3-dimensional art by first constructing your figure from clay, then creating a mold, and finally by casting it in a semi-permanent or permanent material.
Strategic Games is focused on helping students develop their patience, forethought, and critical thinking skills on a tactical, operational, and strategic level. This is accomplished via practicing a number of strategic games to familiarize themselves with the goals and concepts behind strategic games and culminates in the development of a game of their own. Games will be provided by Lincoln Prep, but students will be encouraged to bring their own games, subject to the teacher’s approval
The goal of the High School Theatre Enrichment Course is to build students’ public speaking skills, interaction skills, and empathy as they study the works of Shakespeare from a performance perspective. Students will spend their time reading and understanding Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, building characters from it, and performing various monologues and scenes from it. Students in the High School Theatre Enrichment Course will perform at the Evening of Fine Arts on Thursday, December 2nd.
Wind Ensemble is a platform for students to learn a wind instrument and perform in a large ensemble. The ensemble learns original and transcribed literature from the art music repertoire. Wind Ensemble students hone their musical abilities on wind instruments, which include the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and tuba.
The beginner Korean will introduce Hangul (Korean alphabets) and provided students with a foundation of Korean language skills in all the areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn to communicate on various daily topics such as greetings, family, location, food, daily activities, and neighborhood.
The writing workshop exists for the enjoyment, support, and cultivation of writing, including opportunities for creative writing.
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