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  • SNC 1D1 (academic)SNC 1DL (ESL)SNC 1P1 (applied)SNC 1PV* (special ed department)SNC 2D1 (academic)SNC 2DL (ESL)SNC 2P1 (applied)SNC 2PV* (special ed department)
  • Biology:SBI3U1—prerequisite: SNC2D1/LSBI 3CI—prerequisite: SNC2D1/L or SNC2P1Chemistry:SCH3U1—prerequisite: SNC2D1/LSCH3UE: this is the pre-AP course that will prepare students to take the SCH4UE AP Chemistry course in grade 12. It will run Semester 2. —prerequisite: SNC2D1/LPhysics:SPH3U1—prerequisite: SNC2D1/LEnvironmental Science** This is a new course offering for 2014-2015SVN 3M1 (U/C): —prerequisite: SNC2D1/L or SNC2P1SVN 3E1 (workplace): SNC1D1/L or SNC1P1
  • Biology:SBI4U1—prerequisite: SBI 4U1. Special Notes: Grade 11 Chemistry is NOT a pre-requisite for this course, although unit 1 of grade 11 chemistry will be helpful. If you are thinking of fast tracking through the sciences, I would suggest taking grade 10 science and grade 11 chemistry in the same year. Followed by grade 11 biology and grade 12 chemistry.Chemistry:SCH4U1—prerequisite: SCH 3U1 or SCH 3UE (pre-AP)SCH4UE: this is the AP course that will prepare students to write the AP Chemistry exam in May. It is highly recommended that students take SCH 3UE prior to taking SCH 4UE, although it is not a pre-requisite. It will run Semester 1 only. —prerequisite: SCH 3U1 or SCH 3UE.SCH 4C1—college level chemistry. Pre-requisite—SNC 2D1Physics:SPH4U1—prerequisite: SPH 3U1SPH 4C1—college level physics. Pre-requisite—SNC 2D1Earth and Space Science: new course offering this year. Will only be offered in even numbered school years. 2014-2015, 2016-2017. Can be taken by students in both grade 11 and 12, since the pre-requisite is SNC 2D1Environmental Science** This is a new course offering for 2014-2015SVN 3M1 (U/C): —prerequisite: SNC2D1/L or SNC2P1SVN 3E1 (workplace): SNC1D1/L or SNC1P1
  • An SHSM is a ministry-approved specialized program that allows students to focus their learning on a specific economic sector while meeting the requirements to graduate from secondary school. It also assists in their transition after graduation to apprenticeship training, college, university or the workplaceA bundle of nine Grade 11 and Grade 12 credits in which students earn:Four health and wellness major creditsOne English credit, one math credit and one science course tailored to include units focused on health and wellnessTwo cooperative education credits to gain workplace experience that enables students to refine, extend and practice sector-specific knowledge and skillsExperiential learning, career exploration and reach ahead activities within the sectorCertifications and training programs/courses in first aid, CPR, infection control and hazardous materialsEssential Skills and work habits required in the sector
  • So you want to be a scientist -science pathways presentation

    1. 1. So You Want To Be A Scientist? Science Pathways @ P.E. Trudeau High School
    2. 2. What Are Your Options?
    3. 3. Grade 9 & 10 Science Grade 9 Grade 10 • SNC 1D1 • SNC 1DL • SNC 1P1 • SNC 1PV* • SNC 2D1 • SNC 2DL • SNC 2P1 • SNC 2PV*
    4. 4. Grade 11 Courses Biology Chemistry Physics Environmental Science • SBI 3U1 • SBI 3C1 • SCH 3U1 • SCH 3UE • SPH 3U1 • SVN 3M1 • SVN 3E1
    5. 5. Grade 12 Courses Biology Chemistry Physics • SBI 4U1 • SCH 4U1 • SCH 4UE • SCH 4C1 • SPH 4U1 • SPH 4C1 Earth and Space Science* • SES 4U1
    6. 6. Things To Consider… Health and Wellness SHSM *(pending Ministry Approval) – Bundle of grade 11 & 12 courses from Science, Social Studies and Phys. Ed. – 2 co-op credits Why Take a SHSM? – Customize your high school experience to suit your interest and needs – Develop specialize skills and knowledge – Gain sector recognized certifications (i.e. CPR training) – Formal recognition on your diploma (red seal) and your transcript. For more information, see Ms. McKague in Guidance.
    7. 7. Things to Consider… • Don’t want to be a doctor or an engineer? But you still like science? – Science courses teach you critical thinking, problem solving and life skills. – Consider SBI 3C1 (College Biology); SVN 3M1/E1 (Environmental Science); SES 4U1 (Earth and Space Science)
    8. 8. Experiential Learning
    9. 9. Experiential Learning
    10. 10. Experiential Learning
    11. 11. Critical Thinking