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November, 2011. The purpose of this survey is to see what courses you might want to take during the 2012-2013 school year. If there is enough interest.

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1 November, 2011

2 The purpose of this survey is to see what courses you might want to take during the school year. If there is enough interest courses may be offered in your school, in other schools through the magnet concept, or by distance learning.

3 Students in geographically close regions are able to attend classes every other afternoon in a neighbouring school. This concept enables students to have more options, particularly in the Practical and Applied Arts area. Current magnets are: Cupar/Lipton Wolseley/Grenfell/Indian Head Kipling/Broadview/Whitewood Montmartre/Vibank

4 Grade 10Grade 11Grade 12Total Credits English Language Arts 2 credits: ELA A10 or A11 ELA B10 or B11 1 credit : ELA 20 or 21 2 credits : ELA A30 or A31 ELA B30 or B31 5 Mathematics 1 credit : Foundations of Math 10 or Workplace & Apprenticeship Math 10 1 credit : Foundations of Math 20 or Workplace & Apprenticeship Math 20 2 Science 1 credit : Science 10 or 11 1 credit : Science 21, Science 31, Biology 20, Biology 30, Chemistry 20, Chemistry 30, Physics 20 or Physics 30 2 Social Sciene 1 credit: History 10 or 11, or Native Studies 10 or 11, or Social Studies 10 or 11 1 credit: History 20, History 21, Native Studies 20, Social Studies 20, Law 30, Psychology 20 or Psychology 30 2 Canadian Studies 1 credit: History 30 or 31, or Native Studies 30, or Social Studies 30 1 Health Education/ Physical Education 1 credit: Wellness 10, Physical Education 20 or Physical Education 30 1 Arts Education/ Practical & Applied Arts 2 credits: Wide variety of courses offered 2 Elective Courses 3 credits at level 10, 20 or 30, and 6 credits at level 20 or 30 9 Minimum Credits for Each Grade 8 credits16 credits24 credits 5 must be Level 30 24

5 Biology- Students in this course will study the science of plant and animal life of a region or environment. Science 10 is the pre- requisite for both Biology 20 and 30. Chemistry -Students in this course will study composition, structure and properties of substances and the changes that they undergo. Chemistry 20 is the pre-requisite for Chemistry 30. Computer Science -Students will learn to program and network computers in this course. Computer Science 20 is the pre- requisite for Computer Science 30. Physics- Students in this course will study a science that deals with matter and energy and their interactions. Physics 20 is one of the possible pre-requisites for Physics 30.

6 Work and Apprenticeship Math 10Foundations/Pre Calculus 10 Work and Apprenticeship Math 20Foundations 20Pre Calculus 20 Work and Apprenticeship Math 30Foundations 30Pre Calculus 30 Calculus 30

7 Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 10-Content is designed to provide students with the mathematical knowledge, skills and understandings needed for entry into trade- related courses and for direct entry into the work force. Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10- Content in this course will meet the needs of students interested in pursuing university or technical education. The outcomes in this course are the pre-requisite outcomes for both Foundations of Math and Pre Calculus courses.

8 Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20-Content is designed to provide students with the mathematical knowledge, skills and understandings needed for entry into trade-related courses and for direct entry into the work force. Foundations of Math 20-Content in this course will meet the needs of students interested in pursuing careers in areas that typically require university but are not math intensive, such as the humanities, fine arts, social sciences, and nursing. Pre-Calculus 20-Content in this course will meet the needs of students interested in pursuing careers that require university or technical education with a math intensive focus.

9 Work and Apprenticeship Math 30-Content is designed to provide students with the mathematical knowledge, skills and understandings needed for entry into trade-related courses and for direct entry into the work force. Foundations of Math 30-Content in this course will meet the needs of students interested in pursuing careers in areas that typically require university or technical education but are not math intensive. Examples of these include the humanities, fine arts, social sciences and nursing. Pre Calculus 30-Content in this course will meet the needs of students interested in pursuing careers that require university or technical education with a math intensive focus. Calculus 30-This course is for students who intend to pursue mathematics or sciences at a post secondary institution. The course includes an in depth study of limits, derivatives, and integration, as well as practical applications of derivatives and integration

10 History - This course helps students understand the basic organizations of industrialized, democratic societies. The course uses the past to show students how fundamental social organizations developed in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Native Studies –This course will help all students develop their knowledge, positive attitudes and cultural understanding about First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. The unique history of Aboriginal peoples is part of our collective past and present reality. Thus, students will benefit from a study of Aboriginal peoples because it will give them the opportunity to understand and respect one another. Social Studies – This course helps students understand the basic organizations of industrialized, democratic societies. The course outlines the basic organization of Canadian society and then provides some other examples to give students a basis for comparison.

11 History – This course helps students understand the major issues facing humanity at the end of the twentieth century. The course examines the conditions, ideas, and events of the twentieth century which gave rise to these issues. Law 30-Students will become active, informed and productive citizens who know and understand their legal rights and responsibilities. Native Studies – This course will help all students develop their knowledge, positive attitudes and cultural understanding about First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. The unique history of Aboriginal peoples is part of our collective past and present reality. Thus, students will benefit from a study of Aboriginal peoples because it will give them the opportunity to understand and respect one another. Psychology 20/30-Students will study human development across the lifespan. Social Studies – This course helps students understand the major issues facing humanity at the end of the twentieth century. The course examines issues such as human rights, population growth, wealth creation, environmental change, and world governance.

12 History - This course helps students understand the major issues facing Canadians at the end of the twentieth century. The course examines the historical forces between the Aboriginal peoples who have always been here and the many different immigrants who came to make a new life for themselves. Native Studies – This course will help all students develop their knowledge, positive attitudes and cultural understanding about First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. The unique history of Aboriginal peoples is part of our collective past and present reality. Thus, students will benefit from a study of Aboriginal peoples because it will give them the opportunity to understand and respect one another. Social Studies – This course helps students understand the major issues facing Canadians at the end of the twentieth century. The course examines issues such as social change throughout Canadian history, people-land relationships, cross-cultural relationships, the governance of Canadian society, and Canada's relationship with the global community.

13 Variety of courses based on student interest.

14 The four strands of the Arts Education program are dance, drama, music and visual art. The Arts Education program will encourage lifelong enjoyment and critical understanding of all four strands.

15 Students will increase their ability to express themselves through playing a variety of instruments and gain a lasting appreciation of art forms.

16 Students will experience the joy of singing and understand and value the variety of musical expressions throughout life.

17 Students will acquire and develop the knowledge, skills/abilities, and values of Christianity.

18 Communication Studies Students will develop proficiency in writing, reading, speaking, listening, viewing, and representing. Creative Writing Students will refine their creative writing skills and abilities beyond those developed in the required English language arts courses. This course encourages students to see creative writing as a unique way of thinking, and as a means of constructing and conveying meaning. Journalism Studies Students will develop the knowledge and skills needed to understand the media. Media Studies This course will assist students in dealing critically with the media in their lives.

19 French Students will learn the other official language of Canada. Cree (Y,N,TH and Unknown dialect), Saulteaux/Nakawe, Dakota, Lakota, Nakota/Nakoda, Michif (Metis) – Students will learn a First Nations language. Other – other languages include German, Ukrainian, Russian, Mandarin and Spanish

20 Students will better understand dance to prepare them for future learning, both within and outside of the classroom.

21 Students will increase their ability to express themselves through languages other than spoken or written language. Students will gain a lasting appreciation of art forms experienced as participant and as audience.

22 Physical Education is a course where students will actively participate in physical activities.

23 Students will understand and value arts expressions throughout life in a variety of visual forms.

24 A number of courses are offered to provide students with knowledge and skills in a variety of subject areas.

25 This course will provide practical business and financial knowledge and skills. Students will learn to manage personal finances and participate constructively as consumers and producers.

26 Students will be able to expand their awareness, to explore and to experience various work roles through work-based learning experiences.

27 Students will gain an awareness of the role of clothing, textiles, and fashion in our daily lives. Students will learn to learn to sew and/ or design clothing and textile products.

28 Students will develop entry level food preparation skills for the food service industry. The course is designed to give students the skills and practical experiences necessary to enter the cook trade or food service industry with confidence.

29 This course will provide students with experiences to develop understanding, skills and abilities in audio, video, and interactive media production to communicate effectively.

30 Students will develop skills in the construction and carpentry industry by working on practical projects.

31 This course while provide students with an understanding of skin care, make-up application, hair styling, manicures and pedicures. Hands on learning is a big part of the course.

32 This course will provide students with an understanding of the design process. Students will use a variety of materials and fabrication processes to design and create a product as well as maintain a design portfolio.

33 Students will understand the use of the different tools used in drafting and learn the basic functions of Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) software.

34 Students in this course will focus on the electrical aspects of currents, power sources, and wiring.

35 Students in this course will focus on the electronics aspects of soldering, circuit boards, ultra-sonics and digital circuits, including robotics.

36 Students will have the opportunity to learn about the various characteristics of business owners and will have the opportunity to create a working business.

37 Students will experience a variety of academic and practical food preparation experiences.

38 Students will learn basic skills in keyboarding, computer applications, communications & management information.

39 Interior Design provides students with an opportunity to gain an appreciation of design fundamentals.

40 Students will develop the knowledge, skills and abilities to plan and enhance their personal health, family life, community life, and career development.

41 Students will learn about various machines, and work with lathes, drills, and grinders.

42 Students in this course will learn about various engines and learn how to fix various parts of the machines. Small engines and vehicles will be the focus of this hands on course.

43 Students will acquire knowledge and develop skills used in the photography and graphic arts industries.

44 Students who choose this course are interested in a combination of PAA electives within the same class.

45 Students will become familiar with the technical roles of the theatre, the principles of stage lighting, sound, set/stage design, makeup, and wardrobe.

46 Students in this course will learn about food preparation and service procedures, organize food functions and create a project related to tourism and hospitality.

47 Students will develop skills used in the welding industry.

48 Students will be provided with the opportunity to examine beliefs and attitudes related to wildlife.

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50 This course will be delivered from an Aboriginal perspective and will assist Aboriginal students with confidence, pride, lifestyle and time management, communication, employability and careers.

51 Students will learn about the effects of physical activity on health and performance, the evolution of physical activity and sports, and the factors that influence an individuals participation in physical activity. The course prepares students for university programs in physical education, kinesiology, recreation, sports administration, or any health profession.

52 First Nations Traditional Arts (Indigenous Methods including, but not limited to Beadwork, Quillwork) First Nations Traditional Dance First Nations Traditional Music Metis Dance

53 Students taking this course will receive an introduction to forensic science and learn about evidence, the crime scene, fingerprints, time of death, ballistics, injuries, blood, trace evidence, DNA and careers in forensic science.

54 Students with a high interest in jazz studies will have an opportunity to learn about the history of jazz, instrumental techniques and performance.

55 Students will develop their leadership skills through a variety of activities.

56 This class is targeted for students who are currently parents and who wish to earn an elective credit while gaining valuable practical skills and awareness.

57 Students will explore the past, current and future use of robotics technology in industry and everyday use. Students will receive a comprehensive overview of robotic systems and the subsystems that comprise them, will learn basic programming and will build self designed robots.

58 Students travel to Regina and are able to take classes that will provide training in various trades.

59 Students in this program will complete 5 credits during a work based learning opportunity in Regina. The focus is on food preparation and fine dining service. Students spend their whole school day in Regina for one complete semester.

60 Students in this program will complete 5 credits during a work based learning opportunity in Regina. The focus is building a house from start to finish for deserving families. Students spend their whole school day in Regina for one complete semester.

61 Sociology 100 This course introduces students to basic sociological concepts, debates, and modes of analysis. Through discussion of issues such as the cultural development of humans, the socialization process and the structures of global society, students will be introduced to the distinctive approach of sociology. Psychology 101 This course is an introduction to the social science aspects of psychology, including the study of adjustment disorders, development, personality and the social environment of the person. English 100 This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. * Note: English 100 is a requirement for graduation for all degree programs offered by the University of Regina. Math Calculus I This course is an introductory class in the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions. Topics include limits, optimization, curve sketching, and areas. *** Prerequisite: Mathematics B30 and C30 with a grade of at least 65% in each. Indigenous Studies 100 This course introduces the subject of Indigenous studies to students with a survey of indigenous peoples in Canada from their origins, through European influence, and to the end of the historic treaty period.

62 Early Childhood Education Orientation- This introductory course provides the minimum training required by the Ministry of Education in order to work as a child daycare worker. The curriculum emphasizes on the content and best practices in three core areas: child guidance, play and exploration and health, safety and nutrition. This course is a combination of face-to-face and home study. If the student successfully completes this course, it will reduce their workload upon entering the SIAST Early Childhood Education program.

63 Click on the grade level you are currently in. Please input your name, select the school, gender, and ancestry at the top of the survey. Indicate whether or not you are interested in the classes listed.


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