This course has eleven learning outcomes:
Demonstrate understanding of the preservation of equality including solving problems that involve the manipulation and application of formulas related to:
- the Pythagorean Theorem
- primary trigonometric ratios
Analyze puzzles and games that involve spatial reasoning using problem solving strategies. [C, CN, PS, R]
Demonstrate using concrete, and pictorial models, and symbolic representations, understanding of measurement systems including:
- The Système International (SI)
- The British Imperial system
- The US customary system.
Demonstrate, using concrete and pictorial models, and symbolic representations, understanding of linear measurement, including units in the SI and Imperial systems of measurement.
Demonstrate using concrete and pictorial models, and symbolic representations, understanding of area of 2-D shapes and surface area of 3-D objects including units in SI and Imperial systems of measurement.
Apply understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems.
Demonstrate understanding of similarity of convex polygons, including regular and irregular polygons.
Demonstrate an understanding of primary trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, and tangent).
Demonstrate understanding of angles including:
- drawing and sketching
- replicating and constructing
- relating to parallel, perpendicular, and transversal lines
- solving problems.
Apply proportional reasoning to solve problems involving unit pricing and currency exchange.
Demonstrate understanding of income including:
- gross pay
- net pay.
- Teacher: Janice Cruise
The focus of Accounting 10 curriculum is to provide young people with practical business and financial knowledge and skills to function effectively in our changing and complex technological and market-based society. The needs of all students for decision making, resource management, citizenship, career and personal planning and financial skills must be present in the curriculum. The areas covered include journalizing business transactions from source documents, handling ledger accounts, preparing worksheets, financial statements and making adjusting and closing entries.
- Teacher: Tina Edwards
The goal of the grade ten history is to help students understand the basic organizations of industrialized, democratic societies. The history program uses the past to show students how fundamental social organizations developed in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
- Teacher: Rene Cannon
Students will view, listen to, read, comprehend and respond to a variety of literature, and texts while exploring two distinct units; Equity and Ethics, and The World Around and Within Us. This course will provide opportunities for students to compose and create a variety of visual, multimedia, oral, and written texts to explore identity, social responsibility, and social action. For more information, please view the attached syllabus.
The ELA A10 Curriculum is theme based and therefore we will be studying two major units, The Mysteries of Life and The Challenges of Life, each with inclusive subunits. The focus of ELA A10 is communicating with purpose, correctness, unity, coherence and completeness. For more information, please see course outline.
- Teacher: Rene Cannon