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Semester 2 Classes - February 2020 to January 2020
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Period 1: 9:00 - 10:15
Grade 9 Ojibwe 11G (24 spots left)
Grade 10 Print Comm 25S / Grade 11 Desktop Publishing 35S-INDEPENDENT LEARNING (30 spots left)
Grade 10 Essential Math 20S (22 spots left)
Grade 11 History of Canada 30F (27 spots left)
Grade 11 ELA 30S - Comprehensive Focus - cancelled due to low enrolment (30 spots left)
Grade 12 Global Issues 40S (21 spots left)
Period 2: 10:30 - 11:45
Grade 9 Math 10F (19 spots left)
Grade 10 Ojibwe 21G - CANCELLED due to 0 enrolment (30 spots left)
Grade 10 Life Work Planning 20S (26 spots left)
Grade 11 Essential Math 30S (19 spots left)
Grade 12 Current Topics in First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Studies 40S (27 spots left)
Grade 12 Physics 40S (26 spots left)
Period 3: 12:45 - 2:00
Grade 9 Canada in the Contemporary World 10F (9 spots left)
Grade 9 ICT 1 15F / Grade 9 ICT 2 15F (25 spots left)
Grade 10 Geographic Issues of the 21st Century 20F (26 spots left)
Grade 11 Precalculus 30S (29 spots left)
Grade 12 Biology 40S (26 spots left)
Grade 12 ELA 40S - Transactional Focus (23 spots left)
Period 4: 2:15 - 3:30
Grade 9 ELA 10F (11 spots left)
Grade 10 Intro to Applied & Precal Math 20S (25 spots left)
Grade 10 Science 20F (15 spots left)
Grade 11 Biology 30S (23 spots left)
Grade 12 Chemistry 40S (19 spots left)
Prerequisite Courses - Checkpoint
Grade 9 Ojibwe 11G
Period 1 Selection (24 spots left)
Ojibwe 11G is a highly recommended First Nations language credit elective. Students are not required to be fluent speakers as the course is intended for beginning speakers. Based on thematic units aligned with the seasons, students should be prepared to interact, converse, and utilize video / audio to capture their evidence of language acquisition in their assignments. PREREQUISITE - none, but must be at a minimum grade 9 standing.
Grade 10 Print Comm 25S / Grade 11 Desktop Publishing 35S
Period 1 Selection (27 spots left)
The Print Comm 25S course provide students with the skills and knowledge to plan and create documents for personal and business communications. Students will plan and produce print documents conforming to recognized standards and make business letters, labels, and envelopes, meeting agendas, meeting minutes, research papers in a prescribed style, résumés and cover letters. The Desktop Publishing course provides students with the skills and knowledge to plan and create a variety of published print documents. Students are automatically registered for both Print Comm 25S and Desktop Publishing 35S in the same semester with each course running successively for a 9 week block of time. Scheduled such that students should complete the first half course (Print Communications 25S) within the first 10 weeks of the semester before the second half credit course (Desktop Publishing 35S) begins during the last 10 weeks of the semester. PREREQUISITE - Recommended for Grade 10 (and up) students.
Grade 10 Essential Math 20S
Period 1 Selection (22 spots left)
This course is intended for students whose post-secondary planning does not include a focus on mathematics and science-related fields. During the course, students will cover a variety of topics including finance, measurements, geometry, and analysis of games and numbers. All topics have number sense embedded within them. This course emphasizes consumer applications, problem-solving, decision-making and spatial sense. A variety of assessment strategies will be used such as journals, portfolios, performance tasks, tests and quizzes. Required student tool: scientific calculator PREREQUISITE – Math 10F.
Grade 11 History of Canada 30F
Period 1 Selection (27 spots left)
HC30F is a required credit whose curriculum supports citizenship as a core concept and engages students in historical inquiry. Students focus on the history of Canada from pre-contact times to the present, with a view to understanding pivotal moments in our nation’s history. Through this process students will practice utilizing the following six historical thinking concepts: • Historical Significance: How do we decide what is important to learn about the past? • Evidence: How do we know what we know about the past? • Continuity and Change: How can we make sense of the complex flows of history? • Cause and Consequence: Why do events happen, and what are their impacts? • Historical Perspectives: How can we better understand the people of the past? • The Ethical Dimension: How can history help us to live in the present? Guided by essential questions, students focus on the history of Canada from pre-contact times to the present. Through this process students think historically and acquire enduring understandings related to the following five clusters in Canadian history: (1) First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples, (2) French-English Duality, (3) Identity, Diversity, and Citizenship, (4) Governance and Economics, and (5) Canada and the World. PREREQUISITE - Geographic Issues of the 21st Century 20F (G20F).
Grade 11 ELA 30S Comprehensive Focus
Period 1 Selection (24 spots left)
ECF30S course continues to deepen and widen students’ abilities to engage with a variety of literary and transactional texts. ECF30S helps prepare students for three English courses offered in Grade 12. Accordingly, students engage with and compose texts for both pragmatic and aesthetic purposes, allowing students opportunities to explore methods of communicating experiences and points of view. PREREQUISITE - Grade 10 ELA 20F.
Grade 12 Global Issues 40S
Period 1 Selection (21 spots left)
In GI40S, students conduct inquiry into the social, political, environmental, and economic impact of contemporary and emerging global issues. Through their inquiry, focus is placed on questions with respect to the quality of life locally, nationally and globally. This course is based on the principles of active democratic citizenship, ecological literacy, critical media literacy, and ethical decision-making, and consolidates learning across the disciplines to empower students as agents of change for a sustainable and equitable future. As a mandatory component of the course, students plan and implement a community-based action-research project. PREREQUISITE - History of Canada 30F.
Grade 9 Math 10F
Period 2 Selection (18 spots left)
M10F is a compulsory grade 9 course, designed to cover a number of different forms of mathematics, which will allow students to better understand the math that they encounter in everyday life. Also, mastery of the content of this course will prepare students to enter the mathematics stream of their choice. Eight units are covered including: Number Sense & Rational Numbers, Powers & Exponents, Polynomials, Linear Relations, Similarity, Circle Geometry, Symmetry, and Statistics & Probability. SPECIAL NOTE: It is during the M10F (Grade 9) course and upon completion that students will decide which mathematics pathway – Essentials or Introduction to Applied/Pre-Calculus – they will continue with in grade 10. It is highly recommended that students achieve a mark of 70% or greater before enrolling in the Introduction to Applied & Precalculus course in Grade 10. PREREQUISITE - none, but must be at a minimum grade 9 standing.
Grade 10 Ojibwe 21G
Period 2 Selection (30 spots left)
Ojibwe 21G is a highly recommended First Nations language credit elective, focused to expansion of understanding of the Anishinaabemowin language from an existing base level of knowledge. The 21G level is NOT for beginning language learners, who would be recommended for Ojibwe 11G. PREREQUISITE - must be at a minimum grade 10 standing, with a demonstrated basic understanding of Anishinaabemowin.
Grade 10 Life / Work Planning 20S (Career Development)
Period 2 Selection (26 spots left)
LW20S is designed to help students uncover and develop their passions and desires. It will also help them discover what motivates and energizes them. They will take the first step in planning their future and acquiring the tools and skills needed in order to enter college, university, or the workplace. Students taking this course will find it helpful in career planning, enhancing their decision-making skills, improving their communication abilities and increasing their awareness of the world of work. Areas covered during the course include: developing abilities to help make and carry out educational, career and personal plans, assessing their own abilities, skills and interests related to the world of work, evaluating their personal work abilities, identifying occupational career clusters of interest, shortening their focus list of occupations, and understanding the impact their education has on career choices. PREREQUISITE: none, but recommended for minimum grade 10 standing. Must be able to access site: https://xello.world/en/
Grade 11 Essential Math 30S
Period 2 Selection (20 spots left)
The Essential Math stream is intended for students whose post-secondary planning includes everything, except a focus on mathematics and/or science-related fields. The Essential Mathematics course emphasizes consumer applications, problem-solving, decision making, as well as number sense and number use. Students are expected to work both individually and in small groups on mathematical concepts and skills encountered in a technological society. Topics include: Problem Analysis, Analysis of Games and Numbers, Interest and Credit, Managing Money, Relations and Patterns, 3-D Geometry, Design Modeling, and Statistics.
Grade 12 Current Topics in First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Studies 40S
Period 2 Selection (27 spots left)
This course examines Indigenous realities within contemporary and historic Canadian and global settings. The objective is to provide both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students with knowledge of Indigenous cultures and traditions, and to encourage Indigenous students to take pride in the accomplishment of their peoples. This knowledge will enable Indigenous students to participate meaningfully as citizens of their cultural community, of contemporary Canadian society, and as active and engaged global citizens. Non-Indigenous students will become knowledgeable of the worldviews, histories, cultures, and accomplishments of Indigenous peoples and thus be able to engage in an informed and empathetic manned in debates concerning Indigenous issues at local, national, and global levels. PREREQUISITE: recommended for grade 12 students
Grade 12 Physics 40S
Period 2 Selection (26 spots left)
Grade 12 Physics is an optional science course. The prerequisite course is successful completion of Grade 11 Physics 30S. The Physics 40S course is divided into four themes that include: mechanics, fields, electricity, and medical physics. Grade 12 Physics 40S is a required course for entry into careers in industry including Manitoba Hydro and Bell MTS. Further, it is a prerequisite for further study in physics at the post-secondary level including careers in medicine, engineering, computer science, and advanced physics. PREREQUISITE - Grade 11 Physics 30S.
Grade 9 Canada in the Contemporary World 10F
Period 3 Selection (9 spots left)
CCW 10F is designed to help students gain a greater understanding of the society in which they live. They will explore the historical and current issues of citizenship and identity. They will gain an appreciation and understanding of “who is Canadian” while exploring the nature of our multicultural society. The political, economic and legal structures will be examined with a view to how each of these structures affects their lives. Students will develop their understanding and appreciation of democratic values, cultural diversity and citizenship within Canadian society while building their skills in critical thinking, negotiation, and consensus. Through the various topics and activities, students will have the opportunity to develop skills for active democratic citizenship. The four clusters of study include Diversity and Pluralism in Canada, Canada in the Global Context, Democracy and Governance in Canada, and Canada: Opportunities and Challenge. PREREQUISITE - none, but recommended for minimum grade 9 standing.
Grade 9 ICT 1 15F and Grade 9 ICT 2 15F
Period 3 Selection (25 spots left)
These two half-credit optional courses are offered consecutively within one semester. The computer must have Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat Reader software applications (or suitable alternatives). The course is scheduled such that students should complete the first half course (ICT 1 15F) within the first 10 weeks of the semester before the second half course (ICT 2 15F) begins during the last 10 weeks of the semester. PREREQUISITE - none, but recommended for minimum grade 9 standing.
Grade 10 Geographic Issues of the 21st Century 20F
Period 3 Selection (26 spots left)
In this compulsory course, students focus on a variety of issues and challenges of the contemporary world. They explore the nature of geography and develop skills related to geographical thinking. They study concepts related to ownership and development of natural resources, production and distribution of food, development of industry and trade, and increasing urbanization. Students consider these issues in the context of Canada, North America, and the world. Through their study, students become aware of the importance of the environment, stewardship, and sustainable development, as well as the social, political, and economic implications of their personal choices. PREREQUISITE - Canada in the Contemporary World 10F.
Grade 11 Precalculus 30S
Period 3 Selection (29 spots left)
Precalculus Mathematics is designed for students who will be continuing studies at the post-secondary level in fields related to mathematics and science. This curriculum is intended as preparation for calculus at the university level and students who take this course should be skilled in algebraic computation. The study of functions is the major focus of the Precalculus Mathematics curriculum. Other topic areas include Radicals, Sequences, Rationals, Trigonometry, Quadratic Systems and Inequalities. PREREQUISITE - Grade 10 Intro to Applied and Precalculus 20S with a recommended mark of 70% or higher.
Grade 12 Biology 40S
Period 3 Selection (26 spots left)
Although there are no compulsory courses in Science in grade 12, students are encouraged to pursue courses in Chemistry, Biology, and/or Physics. B40S is intended to give students a closer look at the study of genetics and biodiversity and is composed of the following five units: Understanding Biological Inheritance, Mechanisms of Inheritance, Evolutionary Theory and Biodiversity, Organizing Biodiversity, and Conservation of Biodiversity. NOTE: After you graduate, you may wish to go to university, college, or become an apprentice, etc. Some programs that you may want to take have prerequisites. If you have not taken these particular credits in high school, they will not let you into the program. This means that some of the science courses that are chosen, or not, in grade 11 or 12 may have an effect on whether or not a student can take the program that they want after they graduate. PREREQUISITE - Science 20F.
Grade 12 ELA 40S - Transactional Focus
Period 3 Selection (23 spots left)
In the WVC English program students will read a variety of fiction and nonfiction texts, from print, art, and multi-media. The ELA 40S Transactional Focus course emphasizes transactional writing and texts. The purpose of transactional forms and genres is to get things done; to inform a particular audience, or to persuade a particular audience to do something. This is a common writing category of school writing and it is also most commonly demanded in the world of work, in corporations, industries, and bureaucracies. In ETF40S, students will focus on practical applications of reading, writing and research skills, specifically targeted to students considering post-secondary education. The class readings will be diverse and come from varied sources. The writing assignments will challenge students to write various practical styles and formats. Students may require two grade 12 English credits as prerequisites of entry to some post-secondary institutions. The ETF40S course may be used as the second grade 12 English credit. It is recommended that students enrolling into ETF40S should have a credit in ECOMF40S and have already written the provincial exam. All grade 12 students must take or have taken an ELA Provincial Standards Test. PREREQUISITE - ELA 30S; any of Comprehensive Focus, Transactional Focus, or Literary Focus
Grade 9 English Language Arts 10F
Period 4 Selection (11 spots left)
E10F provides students with a variety of experiences to explore and enhance their written and oral expression, critical reading levels, vocabulary and grammar development as well as an introductory study of literature that focuses on a more personal reader-response approach to activities. Students engage communication modes and literature in a variety of genres and mediums (short stories, poetry, drama, novels, news articles, speeches, etc. and consider proper use of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and vocabulary in all assignments. PREREQUISITE - none, but recommended for minimum grade 9 standing.
Grade 10 Intro to Applied and Precalculus Math 20S
Period 4 Selection (25 spots left)
Grade 10 Introduction to Applied and Precalculus Mathematics 20S is intended for students considering post-secondary studies that require a math prerequisite. The topics studied form the foundation for topics to be studied in both Grade 11 Applied Mathematics and Grade 11 Precalculus Mathematics. Components of the curriculum are both context driven and algebraic in nature. The learning outcomes are divided into three topics of Measurement: Algebra, Number and Relations & Functions. For instructional purposes, the outcomes are arranged into nine units of study: Graphs and Relations; Number Sense; Linear Measurement; Trigonometry; Relations and Functions; Polynomials; Coordinate Geometry; Surface Area and Volume and Systems of Equations. PREREQUISITE - Math 10F with a recommended 65% or higher.
Grade 10 Science 20F
Period 4 Selection (15 spots left)
SC20F is a required course which prepares the student for further study in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. The course covers the four major areas of science: biology, chemistry, physics, and the earth sciences. The units of study are (1) Chemistry in Action - prepares the student for the essentials needed to continue study in the science of Chemistry, where the unit focusses on the periodic table of elements and their properties. Students will learn how these elements combine to form compounds, how compounds interact with each other to form new compounds, balancing chemical equations and classifying reactions, and the properties of acids and bases. (2) Dynamics of Ecosystems – Prepares the student for the science of Biology/Ecology where the unit deals with the chemical and biological cycles in nature, specifically, the large-scale recycling of elements within the ecosystem, the effects of toxins on our environment, as well as population and dynamics. (3) In Motion – Prepares the student for the science of Physics, where students will study Newton’s Laws of Motion and how they relate to the movement of vehicles in traffic as well as the effects of sudden stops on passengers in these vehicles. Other areas covered will include velocity, acceleration, deceleration, speed, displacement and forces experienced in types of motion along with vector diagrams. (4) Weather Dynamics, where the unit that focuses on climate and dynamics of weather and the conditions that lead to the different weather events that are experienced worldwide. There will also be a focus on meteorological tools and their effectiveness in the prediction of weather. PREREQUISITE - Grade 9 Science 10F.
Grade 11 Biology 30S
Period 4 Selection (23 spots left)
Although there are no compulsory courses in Science in grade 11 (or 12), students are encouraged to pursue senior science courses in Chemistry, Biology, and/or Physics. B30S is an optional science course, intended as a first step for continuing study in Grade 12 Biology. The course aims to familiarize students with the fundamental aspects of modern biology. The goal of this course is to promote scientific literacy; not only possession of scientific knowledge, by effectively training students to analyze scientific problems critically. Students will study the human body divided into 8 units that discuss homeostasis, major systems of the body and aging. Students will explore technologies related to human health and medicine. Students will also gain an understanding of wellness and healthy living. Special Notes: This is a course for students interested in continuing the “Study of Life”. Biology would be of interest to students entering Physical Education, Recreation, and Nursing etc. at the post-secondary level. PREREQUISITE - Grade 10 Science 20F.
Grade 12 Chemistry 40S
Period 4 Selection (19 spots left)
Grade 12 Chemistry is an optional science course. The prerequisite course is successful completion of Grade 11 Chemistry 30S. The Grade 12 Chemistry 40S is a required or recommended course for many Science related programs at the university level like medicine, nursing, genetics etc. The Chemistry 40S course further explores how and why reactions occur and are affected by various conditions. The units covered include: Reactions in Aqueous Solutions, Atomic Structure, Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Equilibrium, Acids & Bases and Electrochemistry. These units form the basis of the student’s continued study that builds on their knowledge from earlier grades in science and chemistry. Throughout the course, students will gain an understanding of observation and inference in this experimental science. EQUIPMENT - The student will be required to have a scientific calculator. PREREQUISITE - Grade 11 Chemistry 30S.
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