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1 Carson Graham Secondary Programming Session for current Grade 9 students Course Programming For Grade 10: 2014-2015

2 YOU HAVE ALMOST FINISHED 10 YEARS.... ONLY 3 YEARS TO GO...... THEN ?????? COLLEGE UNIVERSITY APPRENTICESHIP TRAVEL WORK…… SCHOOL CAREER K 7 8 9 10 11 12

3 Students need 80 credits. Students begin earning credits in Grade 10.

4 Graduation Program 80 Credits Over 3 Years 48 required course credits (12 courses) 28 OR MORE elective credits (7 courses) 4 credits Graduation Transitions

5 DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED 48 CREDITS COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Planning 10 Planning 10 GRADUATION TRANSITIONS 4 CREDITS ELECTIVES 28 CREDITS (minimum) from courses numbered 10, 11, or 12. Grade 12 level courses: minimum requirement: 16 credits from Ministry or Board/Authority Authorized or External Credits 5

6 DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students must earn a minimum of 80 credits: 48 required credits, 4 credits for Graduation Transitions, and 28 elective credits. Each course counts for 4 credits. REQUIRED 48 CREDITS COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Planning 1048 CREDITS GRADUATION TRANSITIONS 4 CREDITS ELECTIVES 28 CREDITS 6

7 DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students must earn a minimum of 80 credits: 48 required credits, 4 credits for Graduation Transitions, and 28 elective credits. Each course counts for 4 credits. REQUIRED 48 CREDITS COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 48 CREDITS Planning 1048 CREDITS GRADUATION TRANSITIONS 4 CREDITS ELECTIVES 28 CREDITS 7

8 DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students must earn a minimum of 80 credits: 48 required credits, 4 credits for Graduation Transitions, and 28 elective credits. Each course counts for 4 credits. REQUIRED 48 CREDITS COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 48 CREDITS Planning 1048 CREDITS GRADUATION TRANSITIONS 4 CREDITS ELECTIVES 28 CREDITS 8

9 DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students must earn a minimum of 80 credits: 48 required credits, 4 credits for Graduation Transitions, and 28 elective credits. Each course counts for 4 credits. REQUIRED 48 CREDITS COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 48 CREDITS Planning 1048 CREDITS GRADUATION TRANSITIONS 4 CREDITS ELECTIVES 28 CREDITS 9

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12 DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students must earn a minimum of 80 credits: 48 required credits, 4 credits for Graduation Transitions, and 28 elective credits. Each course counts for 4 credits. REQUIRED 48 CREDITS COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Planning 10 48 CREDITS Planning 10 48 CREDITS GRADUATION TRANSITIONS 4 CREDITS ELECTIVES 28 CREDITS 12

13 Mandatory Daily Physical Requirements (DPA) All BC students must complete their DPA in both Grades 11 and 12. The DPA requires 150 minutes (2 ½ hours) of moderate to intense physical activity each week, ideally spaced over 5 days. (2 ½ hours) of moderate to intense physical activity each week, ideally spaced over 5 days. Your DPA must be documented by you and signed by an adult. PE 11/12, Dance 11/12, or a community activity may all be used. Please consult with Ms. Craven, Vice Principal, on how to record and when to submit information. 13

14 Check out the Ministry of Education web site for the most recent graduation requirements Google ‘Ministry of Education’ – graduation requirements or www.bced.gov.bc.ca/graduation/grad2004.htm

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16 Because the requirements are always changing, you must check out the specific university web sites. Remember : The requirements to graduate from high school and to get into a university are not always aligned. Post-Secondary Institutions have their own requirements

17 So What should you take??? You need to think about and consider: Which math? Language 11 requirement? Which electives do I want? New courses to consider District Courses Work Experience External Credit courses What Career Direction…

18 Additional Courses Outside the Timetable –Community Initiatives 10 –Choir and Vocal Jazz 10 –Work Experience –ELL indirect 8-12 –Improv Theatre These courses may be taken in addition to the 8 entries on your course selection sheet.

19 Artists 4 Kids Art Academy (10-12) - Carson Diploma Program (11-12) - Carson Digital Media Academy (11-12) - Argyle *Digital Media Lite (Grades 9 – 10) Block #8 - Argyle *Dance Academy(8 – 12) - Windsor Hockey Academy - Windsor Basketball Academy - Seycove Soccer Academy - Windsor Volleyball Academy - Sutherland Work Experience/Apprenticeship (10 – 12) - all schools VCC Culinary Arts Level 1 ( 11-12) -Carson

20 Distributed Learning: What is It? alternate way to complete core academic courses and electives at the grade 10, 11 and 12 levels BC Ministry of Education Curriculum, courses leading to graduation teacher and student interaction can be both “online” and “blended” continuous entry/self-paced or cohort/synchronous learning with a technology focus: using online tools

21 Benefits of Online Learning flexible: self-paced, anytime, anywhere learning frees up student timetable to enroll in additional classes supports elite athlete’s training schedules, part-time work schedules utilizes 21 st century learning skills (technology) preparation for online course delivery options in post-secondary and trades programs

22 NVDLS Courses at the Senior Levels English Language Arts: French 12 English 11 & 12 Communications 11 & 12 Humanities: Socials 11 Geography 12 History 12 Law 12 Marketing 12 Math: Math 11 A & W Math 11 &12 Foundations Math 11 & 12 Pre-Calculus Physical Education: Phys Ed 10 Physical Education 12 Personal Planning: Planning 10 Transition Planning 12 Grad Transitions 12 Science: Earth Science 11 Biology 11 and 12 Chemistry 11 and 12 Physics 11 and 12

23 DL Centre Model DL Centre Model The DL Centre is a computer lab, classroom or work space for students to meet with DL teachers for face to face interaction. Main DL Centre: Mountainside Secondary DL Centre opened daily, until 6:00 test invigilation, tutorial support, tech support Satellite DL Centres (at each Secondary School) DL Centre hours posted on school website test invigilation, tutorial support, tech support

24 meet with your grade counsellor to determine if DL is right for you forms available from grade counsellor, or online at nvsd44.ca--- distributed learning-submit forms to NVDLS forms will be processed and a login and password sent out in late August/early September options for DL Summer Session (July and August) will be available in late April questions? Maureen Stanger, Principal North Vancouver Distributed Learning School Main office: 604-903-3333 dlreg@sd44.ca mstanger@sd44.ca 604-903-3341 Registration

25 Student Name ______________________ Parent Phone # _(____)_______________ Student Cell # _( )________________ Parent Signature ___________________________

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27 Student Name ______________________ Parent Phone # _(____)_______________ Student Cell # _( )________________ Parent Signature ___________________________ 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3

28  Please submit your sheets as early as possible.  Deadline to submit Programming Sheets to Counselling: February 21 st !

29 Refer to the programming guide on the website carsongraham.ca >Students >course programming >course descriptions Talk to the teachers for information or recommendations See your Counsellor Talk to your Parents!

30 CONTACT INFORMATION 2013 Ms. Gayle Weyell Gr. 8 Counsellor Mr. Rob WatsonGr. 9 Counsellor Ms. Karen Marshall Gr. 10 Counsellor Ms. Eva RatzburgGr. 11 Counsellor Ms. Marshall, Mr. Watson, & Ms. RatzburgGr. 12 Counsellors Ms. Celine Kaufman ESL/International Ms. Mary FletcherChoices

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