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APPRENTICESHIP AND WORKPLACE MATHEMATICS 10

NO TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED for this course and it is presented in a series of video lessons in eight course modules, with students completing practice questions and self-marking worksheets. Topics to be covered include metric and imperial measures, spatial reasoning, Pythagoras, similar polygons, trigonometry, properties of parallel and perpendicular and transversal lines, angles, solving proportions, currency, unit pricing, wages, gross and net pay, problem solving. Students will submit worked questions (worth 20% of the module) which will be marked within 24 hrs and will have access to the online quizzes (worth 80% of the module) only when students demonstrate that they have reached a passing level in send-in work.  Teacher is available to assist students via phone or online during regular office hours. Parents are encouraged to check progress on the math website regularly or contact teacher directly via phone/email.

ART 10

This Art 10 course expands on the foundations, terminology and basic elements of art learned in previous grades. Students will have the opportunity to improve their artistic skills through a variety of 2-D and 3-D projects. It is preferred that this course be taken before Studio Arts 11.

BC PLANNING 10

BC Planning 10 is a course that lets students create a personalized and flexible career path. They can use it to get meaningful career experience while in Grades 10 and 11, and it serves as an excellent base for Careers 12.

ENGLISH 10

Students will complete one novel study, a poetry section, a short story section, a Shakespeare section, a midterm exam and a Writing Skills booklet. The course will focus on improving students’ writing abilities. For further information about this course, please access our Course Description Booklet.

FOUNDATIONS OF MATH & PRE-CALCULUS 10

NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED for this course and it is presented in a series of video lessons in eight course modules, with students completing practice questions and self-marking worksheets. Students will: 1. View lessons 2. Complete and SELF-MARK questions related to the lesson 3. Complete and SELF-MARK a Practice Quiz at the end of each module. 4. Send in a Submission page at the end of each completed module (worth 20% of your module mark). Teacher will provide ‘feedback’ on this work. At least 11/20 must be obtained before access to online quiz is permitted. 5. Complete the ONLINE MODULE QUIZ (worth 80% of your module mark) Topics to be covered include metric and imperial measurement involving surface area and volume of 3D objects, trigonometry, factors and roots of whole numbers, irrational numbers, powers with integral and rational exponents, multiplying and factoring polynomial expressions, interpreting graphs, linear relations and functions, graphing, determining equations, function notation, and systems of equations. Teacher is available to assist students via phone or online during regular office hours. This course is presented in a series of online lessons covering all required topics for this course. Since no textbooks are required for this course, enrolling students must: 1. Have access to a printer 2. Send work electronically ONLY * By scan/attach to email OR * By using a digital camera to take a photo of page(s) to be submitted and then attach to email. Teacher is available to assist students via phone or online during regular office hours. Parents are encouraged to check progress on the math website regularly or contact teacher directly via phone/email.

FOUNDATIONS OF INQUIRY 10

This course uses the five big questions – Who, What, Where, Why and How – to teach students how to pose and answer inquiry questions. Along the way, students learn to search Google more effectively, take notes in a meaningful way, ask powerful questions, reduce bias, and generally learn about the world. Students have ample opportunities to work on material they’re passionate about and are supported as they develop intellectual passions.  In-course social networking gives students a chance to learn from each other.

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FRENCH 10

The French 10 class is currently offered on a project base system. There are 12 units covering many aspects of the French language and culture. The work includes watching clips, listening to audio files, producing audio files, reading and writing. For further information about his course, please access our Course Description Booklet.

GUITAR 10 (Course 1): Basic Chords, Strumming and Reading Tablature

Ideal for the beginner piano player, this pre-set, online course covers all the information necessary to become familiar with the instrument.  The 18 most often used chords are taught and the melody lines are written in tablature, which is the most common form of writing for guitar. Basic strum patterns are introduced also. This comprehensive course is perfect for learning the fundamentals of playing guitar.

Note: Students looking for a more challenging guitar course, please visit the Guitar 11, course 2 description. 

INDEPENDENT DIRECTED STUDIES 10, 11, 12 (IDS) – (This course cannot be used toward Adult Graduation Credits)

Combine your passion with your talent to earn up to four course credits in Independent Directed Studies!  You can work with the IDS teacher to build your own course based on training that you wish to take locally and at least one learning outcome from a Ministry approved course.  Example:  create an outdoor education focus by combining other courses such as Wilderness First Aid, Swift Water Rescue, and C. O. R. E. hunter training to focus on the PE 12 learning outcome of safety in alternate physical environments.

Or you can pursue your own learning (by working with your online teacher/mentor) to develop a project that meets at least one learning outcome from a senior Ministry approved course.Examples:  write and direct your own play, design and create a hologram, design and conduct your own science experiments, design and build a useful invention, create a documentary.

You are only limited by your imagination, available materials, and one course connection.  Each thirty hours of work earns another credit to a maximum of four credits (120 hours).  Students may begin an IDS course at any point in the year.  Watch this  video for more detailed information about the course format.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 10

This course continues to develop skills and build on concepts introduced in Grade 8 and 9. Students are expected to demonstrate their understanding of body systems, nutrition, healthy lifestyle and physical fitness concepts introduced in Grade 8 and 9.

PIANO 10 (Course 1) Basic elements of playing the piano, and how to read music notation  

Ideal for the beginner piano player, this pre-set, online course covers all the information necessary to become familiar with the instrument.  C major scale and the relative chords are introduced.  All music is notated and can be accessed by video: Hear it and See it!  A basic chord progression is introduced in CFG.  This comprehensive course is perfect for learning the fundamentals of playing the piano.  The entire course needs to be completed to earn course credit.

Note: Students looking for a more challenging piano course, please visit the Piano 11 course 2 description.

SCIENCE 10

Science 10 consists of four modules: Sustaining Earth’s Ecosystems, Chemical Reactions and Radioactivity, Motion, and Energy Transfer in Natural Systems. Students will be supplied with a textbook and workbook. The course work is based on chapter assessments, unit tests and labs and/or projects. Weekly v-classes occur with the teacher, which focus on specific areas related to the course. Science 10 is a provincially examinable course worth 20% of the student’s overall grade.

SOCIAL STUDIES 10

Social Studies 10 continues the study of Canadian history during the period from 1812-1914, as well as looking at economic geography in B.C. and Canada. There is an emphasis on the opening of the Canadian West.

TEEN PATHWAYS 10

This course does not replace Planning 10.  Where do you want to be in the future? Are you happy, successful, and fulfilled? How do you improve your odds now of being the kind of person you want to be, with the lifestyle you hope to have? Sean Covey, in his book “The 6 Most Important Decisions You’ll Ever Make”, guides you through the “intriguing” teenage years, using examples from real teens’ lives.  An overview of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens” sets the stage to help you with the 6 most important decisions you’ll ever make. What are they? Enroll in this personal and interactive course to find out. This course will be applied to your graduation credits as an elective course. Prerequisite: None Credits: 4

THEORY AND PRINCIPLES OF HOCKEY

In this course, you will be required to log 100  hours of activity, hockey or hockey related activity, a character assignment, the importance of making good decisions, a nutrition assignment, and an assignment where you have a choice between skating analysis or game stats.

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