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2 COUNSELLING DEPARTMENT Ms. TakadaA to H Ms. SchneebeliI to P Mr. ReidQ to Z

3 Personal Student Planning Guide to Graduation Grade 8 Program Grade 9 Program Grade 10 Program Grade 11 Program Grade 12 Program ELECTIVEELECTIVEELECTIVEELECTIVEELECTIVE Home Ec/Tech Ed 8ELECTIVEELECTIVEELECTIVEELECTIVE French8ELECTIVE Planning 10 / ElectiveELECTIVEELECTIVE Physical Education ELECTIVEELECTIVE Science8Science9Science10Science Course Course ELECTIVE 12 Mathematics8Mathematics9Mathematics10MathematicsCourse Humanities8 Social Studies ELECTIVE 12 Humanities8English9English10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Grad Transition Plan Choose 1 Elective Choose 3 Electives Choose 4 Electives Choose 7 Electives

4 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Required Courses English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 SS 11 or Canadian Civics or BC First Nations Studies 12 Science 10 Science 11 or 12 Mathematics 10 Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 Fine Arts or Applied Skills 10, 11, or 12 Planning credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits Graduation Transition Plan 4 credits Elective Courses 28 credits TOTAL 80 credits

5 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS To Graduate Students Need: eighty credits in Grade (equivalent to 20 four credit courses). This includes Required Courses, Graduation Transition Plan, and Elective Courses. five Graduation Program Exams English 10, Math 10, Science 10 Social Studies 11 English 12 or Communications 12 a minimum of 4 courses (16 credits) at the Grade 12 level including English 12 or Communications 12

6 EXTRA CREDITS Royal Conservatory of Music External Language Assessment Language Challenge Exam Athletics, Coaches, and Officials Programs Life Saving – Bronze Cross First Aid Cadet Courses – Air, Army or Sea Driver Education Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

7 MATHEMATICS FLOW CHART Mathematics 8 *(Essentials of Math 9) Mathematics 9 Apprenticeship and Workplace Foundations of Math 10 Math and Pre-Calculus 10 Apprenticeship and Workplace Foundations ofPre-Calculus Math 11 Math 11 Math 11 Apprenticeship and Workplace Foundations of Pre-Calculus Math 12 Math 12 Math 12 Calculus 12 AP * Burnett offers Essentials of Math 9 and there will be a class if enough students request the course.

8 SECOND LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS A second language is NOT required for graduation A second language is required for university entrance

9 Four ways to get a second language: Language 9, 10, 11 UBC requires a Language 11 UBC Arts recommends a Language 12 SFU requires a Beginners Language 11 Beginners Language 11 plus Language 11 Language Challenge Exam ( UBC will not use this exam in their admission averages for approved grade 12 courses) Community College (University Transfer) may have to complete a second language at college depending on your future course of studies

10 FNA or ASK 10, 11 or 12 Students complete one 4 credit course in either Fine Arts or Applied Skills in Grade 10 or 11 or 12

11 FINE ARTS COURSES ARTDANCEDRAMAMUSIC

12 APPLIED SKILLS COURSES BUSINESS EDUCATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY HOME ECONOMICS TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

13 PLANNING 10 This is a required 4 credits for graduation Students will take a 2 credit Planning 10 combined with an elective course in grade 10 The remaining 2 credits will be completed through Conference days in grade 10, 11 and 12. Requirements of the course will include: Graduation Program Education and Careers HealthFinances

14 Graduation Transition Plan Mandatory 4-credit assessment Introduced in Planning 10 Students continue to develop transition plan content in Grades 11 and 12

15 Graduation Program Exams Graduation Program Exams Required Graduation Program Exams Language Arts 10 Mathematics 10 Science 10 Social Studies 11 Language Arts 12

16 Graduation Program Exams Graduation Program Exams Exam marks blended with course marks Grade 10 and 11 exams worth 20% Grade 12 exams worth 40%

17 Graduation Program Exam Scholarship A student will receive $1000 if he or she: Is a Canadian citizen or permanent pesident. Achieves at least a “B” final mark (exam and school mark) in En12 or Com12. Writes and passes an exam in each of the 5 Provincial exams subjects. Ranks among the top 5000 grade 12 students on all 5 Provincial exams.

18 ELL LEVEL Assume that it takes two semesters to move a level If in the same level for both semesters this year, then go up one level next year If you changed levels this year, stay in the current level for one more semester

19 ELL Credit Courses 4 Credits will be given towards graduation for: ELL Level 1  YELL 10 ELL Level 2  YELL 11 ELL Level 3  YELL 12 ELL Level 4  No Credit

20 ELL PROGRAM LEVEL 1 (3 blocks ELL) ELL-1ELL-1 ELL-1ELECTIVE MATH 10 PE 10 ELECTIVEELECTIVE

21 ELL PROGRAM LEVEL 2 (3 blocks ELL) ELL-2ELL-2 ELL-2 Science 10 MATH 10 PE 10 ELECTIVEELECTIVE Grade 10 students who are ELL Level 2 will take Science 10 in the second semester. ELL Science must be taken in first semester in order to do this.

22 ELL PROGRAM LEVEL 3 (2 blocks ELL) ELL-3ELL-3 SCIENCE 10 MATH 10 PE 10 SOCIALS 10 PLANNING 10 ELECTIVE ELL 3 is a linear course with an English and a Socials component.

23 ELL-4 English 10 Math 10 Science 10 Socials 10 PE 10 PLANNING 10 ELECTIVE ELL PROGRAM GRADE 10 LEVEL 4

24 FAILS AND INCOMPLETES (Academic Course Results) INCOMPLETE (40 TO 49%) go to Summer School to complete the course 4 weeks in July 1 ½ hours per day per course in the AM. Can take 1 or 2 courses The incomplete grade is changed in August to a PASS or FAIL

25 FAILS (0 to 39%) All compulsory courses must be repeated if failed (English, Socials, Math, Science, PE) Example: If you fail Math 9, take Math 9 in first semester of grade 10 and then take Math 10 in second semester.

26 COURSE SELECTION SUMMARY OF COURSES

27 ART 013 Art Visual Arts 9: General 241 Visual Arts 10: General 341 Art Foundations Art Foundations Visual Arts 9: 2D 242 Visual Arts 10: 2D 342 Studio Arts 11: 2D 442 Studio Arts 12: 2D 143 Visual Arts 9: Ceramics/Sculpture 243 Visual Arts 10: Ceramics/Sculpture 343 St Arts 11: Ceramics/Sculpture 443 St Arts 12: Ceramics/Sculpture 244 Media Arts 10 (Photography) 344 Media Arts 11 (Photography) 444 Media Arts 12 (Photography) 449 Studio Art 12 AP

28 BUSINESS EDUCATION 351 Accounting Accounting Financial Accounting Data Management Economics Economics 12 (RVS) 451 Entrepreneurship Keyboarding Keyboarding Marketing Marketing 12

29 COMPUTER EDUCATION 257 Information Technology 9/ ICT: Applied Digital Comm ICT: Computer Info Systems ICT: Digital Media Development ICT: Computer Info Systems ICT: Digital Media Development 12

30 DRAMA 014 Drama Drama Drama 10 :Theatre Performance 360 Theatre Performance 11: Acting 460 Theatre Performance 12: Acting 161 Dance Dance 10: Performance 361 Dance 11: Performance 461 Dance 12: Choreography 363 Th Performance 11: Directing/Script 463 Th Performance 12: Directing/Script 363 Th Performance 11: Directing/Script 463 Th Performance 12: Directing/Script 264 Theatre Company Theatre Company Theatre Company Theatre Company Theatre Company Theatre Company 12

31 ENGLISH 001 Humanities Humanities 8 Incentive 100 English English 9 Incentive 200 English English 10 Incentive 300 English English 11 Incentive 302 Communications English English12 AP 402 Communications Literature Writing 12

32 ELL 801/802/803 ELL 1/2 (Gr ) 804/805/806 ELL 1/2 (Gr. 8 & 9) 810/811 ELL 3 (Gr. 10 – 12) 812/813 ELL 3 (Gr. 8 & 9) 820 ELL 4 (Gr. 10 – 12) 821 ELL 4 (Gr. 8 & 9)

33 HOME ECONOMICS 010 Home Economics Food Studies 9/ Foods Studies Foods Studies Textiles Studies 9/ Textiles & Fashion Illust. 9/ Textiles Studies Textiles Studies Fashion Drawing & Textiles Fashion Design Textile Arts & Crafts Textile Arts & Crafts Textile Arts & Crafts Human Ecology Human Ecology 12

34 LANGUAGES 009 French French French French French Japanese Japanese Beginner’s Japanese Japanese Japanese Mandarin Mandarin Beginner’s Mandarin Mandarin Mandarin Spanish Spanish Beginner's Spanish Spanish Spanish 12

35 MATHEMATICS 005 Mathematics Mathematics 8 Incentive 120 Mathematics Mathematics 9 Incentive 122 Essentials of Math Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10 Incentive 222 Apprenticeship and Workplace Mathematics Pre-Calculus Pre-Calculus 11 Incentive 324 Foundations of Math Apprenticeship and Workplace Mathematics Pre-Calculus Math Pre-Calculus Math 12 Incentive 424 Foundations of Math Apprenticeship and Workplace Mathematics Calculus 12 AP

36 MUSIC 018 Music 8 - Concert Band Beginners 176 Music 9 - Concert Band Beginners 276 Music 10 - Concert Band Beginners 017 Music 8 - Concert Band 173 Music 9 - Concert Band 273 Music 10 - Concert Band 373 Instrumental Music 11: Concert Band 473 Instrumental Music 12: Concert Band 174 Music 9 - Jazz Band 274 Music 10 - Jazz Band 374 Instrumental Music 11: Jazz Band 474 Instrumental Music 12: Jazz Band 016 Music 8 - Concert Choir 175 Music 9 - Concert Choir 275 Music 10 - Concert Choir 375 Choral Music 11 - Concert Choir 475 Choral Music 12 - Concert Choir 015 Music 8 - Guitar 178 Music 9 - Guitar 378 Instrumental Music 11: Guitar 478 Instrumental Music 12: Guitar 177 Music: Composition Music: Composition & Technology 11 Technology Music: Composition & Technology 12 Technology 12

37 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 003 Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education 10 I 218 PE Powerfit 10 T and C I 318 PE Powerfit 11 T and C I 418 PE Powerfit 12 T and C I 319 PE Powerfit 11 T and C II 419 PE Powerfit 12 T and C II 219 PE Girlfit PE Girlfit PE Girlfit Community Recreation Community Recreation Health Science Recreational Leadership (RVS) Grades 10, 11 & 12

38 PLANNING Planning 10 / Visual Arts Planning 10 / Business Education Planning 10 / Foods Studies Planning 10 / Technology Planning 10 (RVS)

39 SCIENCE 007 Science Science 8 Incentive 127 Science Science 9 Incentive 227 Science Science 10 Incentive 327 Biology Biology Biology 12 AP 329 Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry 12 AP 331 Earth Science Geology Physics Physics Physics 12 AP 334 Science & Technology 11

40 SPECIALITY PROGRAMS 396 Leadership 11 (in school)896 Leadership 11 (RVS) 496 Leadership 12 (in school)996 Leadership 12 (RVS) 370 Human Ecology Human Ecology Health Science Law Law 12 (RVS) 495 Psychology Peer Tutoring 11 (RVS) 497 Peer Tutoring 12 (RVS) 439 Recreational Leadership (RVS) – Grades 10, 11 & Yrbook Journalism 9/10 (RVS) 346 Yrbook Journalism 11 (RVS) 446 Yrbook Journalism 12 (RVS)

41 SOCIAL STUDIES 107 Social Studies Social Studies 9 Incentive 207 Social Studies Social Studies 10 Incentive 307 Social Studies Social Studies 11 Incentive 309 Civic Studies Geography History History 12 (RVS) 411 Social Justice 12

42 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 010 Industrial Education Engineer Draft & Design I (Gr. 9) 382 Engineer Draft & Design I (Gr.10-12) 482 Engineer Drafting & Design II 483 Engineer Drafting & Design III 485 Engineer Drafting & Design IV 187 Animation Tech Level I (Gr. 9) 383 Animation Tech Level I (Gr.10-12) 490 Animation Tech Level II 499 Animation Tech Level III 491 Animation Tech Level IV 185 Woodworking Level I (Gr. 9/) 380 Carpentry & Joinery Level I (Gr.10-12) 381 Carpentry & Joinery Level II 481 Carpentry & Joinery Level III 184 Electronics Level I (Gr. 9) 384 Electronics Level 1 (Gr.10-12) 484 Electronics Level II Robotics 181 Metalwork Level I (Gr. 9) 386 Metalwork Level I (Gr ) 487 Metalwork Level II 488 Metalwork Level III 183 Technology Level I (Gr. 9) 388 Technology Level I (Gr ) 489 Technology Level II 492 Entrepreneur Technology

43 CAREER PREPARATION WORK EXPERIENCE 12A 520 Business Education WEX 535 Career Connections WEX 521 Computer Drafting WEX 522 Construction WEX 523 Electrical WEX 524 Fashion Design WEX 539 Health Science WEX 525 Home Economics WEX 536 Human Services WEX 526 Info/Comm Technology WEX 527 Machine Shop WEX 528 Metal Fabrication WEX 537 Music WEX 530 Science WEX 529 Sport & Recreation WEX 531 Theatre WEX 532 Theatre Technical WEX 534 Visual Arts/Graphics WEX

44 J.N. BURNETT SECONDARY SCHOOL 5011 Granville Avenue, Richmond, B.C. V7C 1E6 Phone: Fax: Catchment School___________________________________ Student No.________ Present School__________________Male Female Birthdate:Yr___Mo___Day___ Name_______________________________________________________________________ LastFirstMiddle Street address________________________________ Home Phone _________________ Students who have already completed and passed a course (ie: at summer school, on-line, at a previous school etc.) are not guaranteed the opportunity to repeat the course to on-line, at a previous school etc.) are not guaranteed the opportunity to repeat the course to upgrade their mark or to take the next level course at Burnett. Space in courses is limited, and upgrade their mark or to take the next level course at Burnett. Space in courses is limited, and priority must be given to those students taking the course for the first time. priority must be given to those students taking the course for the first time.

45 CURRENT COURSES Grade 10 REQUESTS code # Alternate Electives English1. Socials2. P.E.3. Math Science Planning 10/Elective 10 Elective Elective Elective: out of timetable English 9 Socials 9 P.E. 9 Math 9 Science 9 Spanish 9 IT 9/10 Elx Level ICT Spanish Plan El Level II 484 Foods 9/ Choose 1 Choose 2 then Incentive 10

46 CURRENT COURSES Grade 10 REQUESTS code # Alternate Electives English1. Socials2. P.E.3. Math Science Planning 10/Elective 10 Elective Elective Elective: out of timetable English 9 Socials 9 P.E. 9 Math 9 Science 9 Failed Spanish 9 IT 9/10 Elx Level Science Spanish Plan Must take 1 st sem 10

47 NOTE: All grade 10 students must select one combined Planning 10/Elective course: (ELL level 1 and 2 students should not take Planning 10 until they are in ELL 3.) 240 Planning 10/Visual Arts Planning 10/Business Education Planning 10/Foods Studies Planning 10/Technology 10 NOTE: All grade 10 students must select one combined Planning 10/Elective course: (ELL level 1 and 2 students should not take Planning 10 until they are in ELL 3.) 240 Planning 10/Visual Arts Planning 10/Business Education Planning 10/Foods Studies Planning 10/Technology 10 Course which must be taken 1 st semester ___________________________ This year’s ELL level: Semester 1Semester 2 Important Information for your Counsellor PARENTS – Please read before signing: I have read the course planning booklet and understand the requirements of the Graduation Program (grades 10-12) as well as the individual course requirements. Parents who have questions/concerns with regard to the above are asked to contact the school for clarification. Student Signature Parent/Guardian Signature Science 9

48 CURRENT COURSES Grade 10 REQUESTS code # Alternate Electives English1. Socials2. P.E.3. Math Science Planning 10/Elective 10 Elective Elective Elective: out of timetable ELL 2 Math 9 P.E. 9 Drama 9 IT 9/10 Elx Level ICT ELL 3811 Plan El Level II 484 Foods 9/ Choose 1 Choose 2 then 3 ELL 3 10

49 NOTE: All grade 10 students must select one combined Planning 10/Elective course: (ELL level 1 and 2 students should not take Planning 10 until they are in ELL 3.) 240 Planning 10/Visual Arts Planning 10/Business Education Planning 10/Foods Studies Planning 10/Technology 10 NOTE: All grade 10 students must select one combined Planning 10/Elective course: (ELL level 1 and 2 students should not take Planning 10 until they are in ELL 3.) 240 Planning 10/Visual Arts Planning 10/Business Education Planning 10/Foods Studies Planning 10/Technology 10 Course which must be taken 1 st semester ___________________________ This year’s ELL level: Semester 1Semester 2 Important Information for your Counsellor PARENTS – Please read before signing: I have read the course planning booklet and understand the requirements of the Graduation Program (grades 10-12) as well as the individual course requirements. Parents who have questions/concerns with regard to the above are asked to contact the school for clarification. Student Signature Parent/Guardian Signature 22

50 Program Planning Sheets DUE Thursday, February 27


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