Grade 10 11 pp2013-14

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Grade 10 11 pp2013-14

  1. 1. Three Year Planning Guide Grade 10’s (Gr. 11 program) A Recommended Strategy for Meeting Minimum Core Curriculum Requirements at Tisdale Middle &Secondary School Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 • English Language Arts 20 Compulsory: English 10 A Compulsory: English 20 Compulsory: English 30 A • One Math 20 English 10 B At least one of: English 30 B History 10 Biology 20 Chemistry 20 At least one Canadian Studies: • One Science (Physics 20, Science 10 Computer Science 20 Math Workplace/App. 10 Physics 20 History 30 Native Studies 30 Biology 20, Chemistry 20, Math Foundations 10 Wellness 10 At least one of: Math Workplace/App. 20 or Computer Science 20) Math Foundations 20 Math Pre-Calculus 20 At least one Social Science: History 20 • One Social Science Law 30 (History 20, Psychology Psychology 20 Psychology 30 20, Psychology 30, or Law . At least two Arts Education or Practical & Applied Arts at the 10, 20 or 30 level: 30) Accounting, Band, Career & Work Exploration, Design Studies, Drama, Foods, Life Transitions, PAA, Visual Art, Welding, Wildlife Management • One Health/Physical Electives: Electives: Electives: Education at the 10, 20, ________________________ ________________________ __________________________ __________________________ ________________________ ________________________ or 30 level (Wellness 10, ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ __________________________ __________________________ ________________________ Phys-Ed 20 or Phys-Ed 30) ________________________ __________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ __________________________ ________________________ ________________________ • Graduation Requirement - Two Arts Education or Total minimum classes to take = 9 Total minimum classes to take = 8Total minimum classes to take = 10 Grade 10 + 11 = 16 minimum to be promoted to grade 12. (5 must be at 30 level) To graduate you must have 24 credits. Practical and Applied Arts For detailed listing of electives please consult the Subject Selection Guide. at the 10, 20 or 30 level * Students planning to pursue a post-secondary education of any kind should consult with Student Services to check program requirements before selecting their classes. 2013-14
  2. 2. Three Year Planning Guide Grade 11’s (Gr. 12 program) A Recommended Strategy for Meeting Minimum Core Curriculum Requirements at Tisdale Middle &Secondary School Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 • English Language Arts A Compulsory: English 10 A Compulsory: English 20 Compulsory: English 30 A 30 English 10 B At least one of: English 30 B History 10 Science 10 Biology 20 Chemistry 20 Computer Science 20 At least one Canadian Studies: • English Language Arts B History 30 Math Workplace/App. 10 Math Foundations 10 Physics 20 At least one of: Native Studies 30 30 Math Workplace/App. 20 Wellness 10 Math Foundations 20 Math Pre-Calculus 20 • One of History 30 or At least one Social Science: History 20 Native Studies 30 Law 30 Psychology 20 Psychology 30 • One Health/Physical . At least two of any of the following classes at the 10, 20 or 30 level: Education at the Arts Education or Practical & Applied Arts Accounting, Band, Career & Work Exploration, Design Studies, Drama, Foods, Life Transitions, PAA, Visual Art, Welding, Wildlife Management 10, 20, or 30 level Electives: Electives: Electives: (Wellness 10, Phys-Ed 20 ________________________ ________________________ __________________________ __________________________ ________________________ ________________________ or Phys-Ed 30) ________________________ __________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ __________________________ __________________________ ________________________ ________________________ • Graduation Requirement ________________________ ________________________ __________________________ ________________________ ________________________ - Two Arts Education orTotal minimum classes to take = 10 Total minimum classes to take = 9 Total minimum classes to take = 8 Practical and Applied (5 must be at 30 level) Arts at the 10, 20 or 30 Grade 10 + 11 = 16 minimum to be promoted to grade 12. To graduate you must have 24 credits. For detailed listing of electives please consult the Subject Selection Guide. * Students planning to pursue a post-secondary education of any kind should consult with Student level Services to check program requirements before selecting their classes. 2013-14
  3. 3. GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12English Language Arts A 10 English Language Arts 20 English Language Arts A 30English Language Arts B 10 English Language Arts B 30
  4. 4. • This pathway is designed for students interested in learning the mathematics needed to enter most trades or to enter the workforce after high school.• Note: Some technical school programs that require study in calculus will not accept this pathway for admission.
  5. 5. • This pathway is designed for students who want to attend a university, college, or technical institute after high school, but do not need calculus skills.• Students will study the greatest variety of mathematical topics in these courses. This path will fulfill most students needs.
  6. 6. • This pathway is designed for students who want to study mathematics or sciences at a university, college, or technical institute and go on to a related career.• Pre-Calculus is for students who plan to enter post- secondary programs such as engineering, mathematics, sc iences, some business studies, or other programs that require calculus.
  7. 7. GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12Foundations & Pre- Foundations 20Calculus 10 OROR Pre-Calculus 20Workplace & ORApprenticeship 10 Workplace & Apprenticeship 20
  8. 8. GRADE 10 GRADE 11 OR 12Science 10 Biology 20 or 30 OR Physics 20 OR Chemistry 20 OR Computer Science 20
  9. 9. GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12History 10 History 20 History 30 OR OR Law 30 Native Studies 30 OR Psychology 20 OR Psychology 30
  10. 10. GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12 Wellness 10 OR Phys Ed 20 OR Phys Ed 30
  11. 11. • If you are employed in an apprenticeship trades program, you can apply to participate in this course. Students must work 100 hours in a trade to receive this credit. Applications for this course are made at Student Services, to Ms. Wright-Fulton.
  12. 12. Purpose: 1. To introduce apprenticeship and trade certification process 2. Create awareness of apprenticeship programs and opportunities 3. Make connections between high school programs and skilled trades trainingEntry Requirements: Saskatchewan secondary students who are 15 years of age and meet one of the following: · Experience with part-time or seasonal employment · Registered in a trade-related Practical and Applied Arts (PAA) course · Register in Career and Work Exploration 10, 20 or 30Benefits: · Get a head start on career planning · Record achievements for resumes and career portfolios · Youth registering as an apprentice in a designated trade within three years receive: 1. Waiver of registration fee ($150.) 2. Waiver of the first level of technical training tuition 3. 100 hours of trade time credit per SYA level completed
  13. 13.  This is a unique program where we combine learning about living things with adventures in the outdoors. Expectations for this class include having proper clothing and equipment for some activities such as: cross country skiing, building snow shelters, snowshoeing, ice fishing, wall climbing, aerobics classes, camping, swimming, fishing, hiking, canoeing, and also a 5 km run in Saskatoon. There may be events scheduled for weekends, overnights, and events that will go beyond 3:10, which may conflict with personal and work schedules. Please take this into consideration before applying for this class. Students will receive a credit for Biology 20 and Physical Education 20. There will be a selection process for this class.
  14. 14.  Areas covered are relevant to high school students and what they will encounter in the future – in both post-secondary education or the workforce. This course seeks to give students the knowledge and skills they need to be financially literate and operate successfully in the business world, and their personal lives. Topics that will be covered include: Economics of Personal Finance, Decision Making and Money Basics, Banking Services, Income and Taxation, Budgeting, Savings and Investing, Credit and Credit Cards, Consumer Protection, and Renting, Leasing and Buying. Recommended for Grade 12 students.
  15. 15.  This course is designed to provide an atmosphere for the enjoyment, appreciation and performance of all types of choral music. The Choir will perform evening concerts as well as other special events. Attendance at these performances and dress rehearsals are a course requirement. The choral program and instruction are aligned to the Saskatchewan Curriculum Guide and the 9 National Standards for Music Education
  16. 16. SECONDARY SUBJECT SELECTION FORM 2013-2014 NAME:____________________________ Place an X in the box of the COMPULSORY classes you will be taking.Number(1, 2, 3...) in order of preference the ELECTIVES you would like to take (include 2 alternate choices) You may choose any grade level electives provided the pre-requisites have been met. Grade 11 and 12 students, remember to circle the number of classes you want to take.GRADE 10 -must choose 10 classes GRADE 11 - minimum 9 classes GRADE 12 - minimum 8 classes COMPULSORY COMPULSORY COMPULSORYEnglish Language Arts A10 English Language Arts 20* English Language Arts A30*English Language Arts B10 At least one of the following: English Language Arts B30*Workplace & Apprenticeship 10 History 20* At least one of the following:Foundations & Pre-Calculus 10 Law 30* History 30*Science 10 Psychology 20* Native Studies 30*Wellness 10 Psychology 30* ELECTIVESHistory 10 At least one of the following: Science ELECTIVES Biology 20* Biology 30*Arts Education Chemistry 20* Chemistry 30*Band 10 Computer Science 20* Computer Science 30*Choral 10 Physics 20* Physics 30*Visual Arts 10 At least one of the following: MathPractical & Applied Arts Workplace & Apprenticeship 20* Workplace & Apprenticeship 30*Accounting 10 Foundations of Math 20* Foundations of Math 30*Career & Work Exp. 10/20 Pre-Calculus 20* Pre-Calculus 30*Design Studies 10 ELECTIVES Calculus 30*Food Studies 10 Language Arts EducationPAA 10A (Cosmo, Quilting) Creative Writing 20 Band 30*PAA 10B (Ind. Arts) Journalism 20 Drama 30Welding 10 Media Studies 20 Visual Arts 30* Arts Education Practical & Applied Arts*Requires a pre-requisite Band 20* Career & Work Exp. 30A&B For subject descriptions with pre- Drama 20 Construction/Carpentry 30* Visual Arts 20* Food Studies 30 requisites listed, refer to the Subject Practical & Applied Arts Life Transition 30 Selection Guide. Accounting 20* Wildlife Management 30 Construction/Carpentry 20* Other2 courses from Arts Education and/or Life Transitions 20 Computer Animation 30* Practical & Applied Arts are required PAA 20A (Commercial Cooking) Leadership 30 PAA 20B (Photo/21st Skills/Comm) Personal Finance 30 for graduation. Welding 20* Physical Education 30 Other The selections made have been Computer Animation 20* Outdoor Ed 20*(Bio20+PE20) I will be taking this many classes checked for pre-requisites. Physical Education 20____________________________ 8 9 10Ms. C. Wright-Fulton Please circle oneTo be completed by Parent/Guardian and Student - We understand that this application is used to staff and plan the coming year. We agree with the school policy that students are expected to continue in the courses selected for each semester. If a change in the course selected is necessary we will promptly notify the school at 873-2352.____________________________________________ ________________________________________Parent/Guardian Signature Student Signature
  17. 17. Admission Averages You need to meet the following admission averages to be considered for admission. Conditional Admission Conditional Admission Final Admission AverageAverage Based on Gr 11 Marks Average based on Gr 12 Marks Agriculture and Bioresources & Bachelor of Science and Diploma in Agribusiness 75% 72% 70% Arts and Science & Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music (for entry in to music performance, an audition, interview and placement exam is also required) 75% 72% 70%Education – NORTEP, SUNTEP, ITEP, ACTEP (entry into Home Economics and Industrial Arts, admission is competitive and based upon academic average. An online interview and 35-40 hours experience working with children and youth) 75% 72% 70% Engineering(If you have a final admission average between 75% - 79.9%, you will be waitlisted, in case we can admit more students) 85% 82% 80% Kinesiology Applicants will be waitlisted and ranked according to average. The top 100+ qualified students will be admitted. Edwards School of Business(If you have a final admission average between 75% - 78.9%, you will be waitlisted, in case we can admit more students) 84% 81% 79% If you do not meet regular admission standards, you may be offered the Arts and Science Transition Program or the opportunity to apply for Special (Mature) Admission, as appropriate.
  18. 18. Degree/Program Admission Average/Additional InformationArts 65%Business Administration 65%-84.9% 85+% Admitted directly through the Excellence ProgramEducation Submit Teacher Education Application 65% - Competitive Entry Program. Admission is based on the admission average and the Admission ProfileEngineering 70%Fine Arts 65% Bachelor of Music: Interview, theory placement test and audition required.Journalism 65%Kinesiology & Health Studies 65%Nursing A minimum grade of 70% is required in each of the required courses.Science 65%Social Work All applicants are considered for admission to the Social Work Qualifying Year.
  19. 19. • Any grade 11 students applying to SIAST should have applications prepared by June 15.• U of S Greystone Scholars is based on Grade 11 marks of 95% and above.

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