Communication Plan-English 11
English 11 is intended for students whose goals include post-secondary study. While this course emphasizes literary texts, students should be provided opportunities to select their own texts for independent study and small-group inquiry. In designing learning experiences, teachers should consider ways that students can extend their knowledge base, thinking processes, learning strategies, self-awareness, and insights. Students should also be provided opportunities to use the curriculum outcomes framework to design their own learning experiences that they may undertake individually or with learning partners.
This course caters to students who already possess knowledge of basic mathematical concepts, and are competent in a range of analytical and technical skill. The majority of these students will be expecting to include mathematics as a major component of their university studies, either as a subject in its own right or within course such as physics, engineering, and technology as they prepare for future studies in subjects such as chemistry, economics, psychology, and commerce.
Physics 11 takes an investigative approach to studying physics. Students are expected to engage in opportunities to develop major concepts in physics and to demonstrate and apply these concepts in new and novel contexts.
- Momentum and Energy
Recommended prerequisites: Science 10 for Biology 11, and Biology 11 for Biology 12
Biology 11 and biology 12 emphasize the science themes: change, diversity, energy,equilibrium, matter, and systems. These themes allow students to examine the connections within the science program and to understand ways i which individual sections of the program relate to big ideas in science.
Canadian History 11:
Identify and describe the continuing/persistent question that have deep roots in Canada’s history those individuals, events and or symbols that they believe have contributed to the development of Canada and explain their historical significance engage in specific research using the historical method and communicate the findings of their research effectively
Chemistry is the study of the composition,properties, and interactions of matter. Chemical knowledge advances within a societal context, and it is important for students to realize that the principle and laws of chemistry are the results of extensive scientific observations and analysis and that, although science is a powerful tool. it also has limitations. the chemistry program emphasizes the science themes: change, diversity, equilibrium, matter, and provide a framework for teachers to show students how individual sections of the program relate to the big ideas in science.