This course teaches student the process of using critical and creative thinking skills when designing to meet specifications. It is a project course, which allows students to receive credit for both ADST 9 and General Fine Arts 9. Starting with a guided project, students work through stages of design and develop their final Careers 9 project. In the second part of the course- the breadth section – The Breadth part of the course includes design scenarios from a range of topic areas such as foods, textiles, marketing, music, drama, art. Students use the design process that they learned in the Guided Project to complete their chosen design scenarios. Most of these projects are linked to learning outcomes for the CORE Grade 9 subjects as well. With consultation with their teacher, Students also have the option to earn tech certificates – Jasper Active training in using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, Food Safe Level 1, Coding, Typing.
The Arts Education curriculum strives to galvanize students’ artful habits of mind through engaged arts learning. The curriculum includes a general arts program as well as four core discipline-specific programs — dance, drama, music, and visual arts — that capture the language, activities, and experiences unique to each of those disciplines. The general art program is woven into Humanities 9. As an additional course, students have a choice of exploring a variety of arts disciplines – dance, drama, music and visual arts.
In this course, students will explore a range of mediums and techniques to produce two and three-dimensional artwork.
Emphasis is on the development of students’ artistic abilities, as well as increasing their ability to reflect and communicate ideas.
This course cannot be used toward Adult Graduation Credits.
This course will provide students with an in-depth look into the beauty industry with a focus on areas of fashion, make-up, and fashion photography. Students will learn the basic techniques of beauty and special effects make-up. They will be introduced to the trends and history of the beauty industry dating back to early human civilisation. Students will learn and utilize basic photography skills to capture their looks and to develop an artistic eye. Students will look critically at the beauty industry and its profound effects on today’s society. The idea of make-up artistry and fashion design as careers will also be explored to allow students to see these as a viable career routes.
Do you have a flair for fashion? Are you constantly redecorating your room?
If so, the design industry might just be for you!
In this course, you’ll explore what it is like to work in the industry by exploring career possibilities and the background that you need to pursue them.
Get ready to try your hand at designing as you learn the basics of color and design then test your skills through hands-on projects. In addition, you’ll develop the essential communication skills that build success in any business.
By the end of the course, you’ll be well on your way to developing the portfolio you need to get your stylishly clad foot in the door of this exciting field.
Note: You will need to have access to a sewing machine and possess very basic sewing skills for the “Fashion” part of the course.
EBUS students can earn Fine Arts credit for participating in private or community dance, drama or music programs. If students do not enroll in these courses, they will still earn a General Fine Arts 8 credit for their work completing the Humanities 8 projects.
In this course, students gain the skills and knowledge to help develop their guitar “toolbox.” This is the ultimate beginners’ course covering everything from how to play, guitar maintenance, a history of the instrument and the nuances of music theory.
The focus of the course is to ensure students new to the guitar discover the joys of playing music.
In Guitar 11, students will gain an even broader understanding of music and the guitar’s place in history. Students will refresh their theory knowledge, as well as begin learning about sheet music and how to write their own music. Over our 44 lessons/assessments students will competently learn about the scales, notes and modes of the guitar, and learn how to combine their knowledge of theory with