The major themes of this course are to examine the significance of evolution as a key unifying theme in biology and to explore what life is and how it changes over time. Students will examine the organization of life in all kingdoms through the study of biomolecules, cellular processes, and organism function. In genetics and biotechnology, students will explore inheritance and how information is stored, transmitted and expressed at chromosomal and molecular levels.
- Teacher: Tate Johnson
The purpose of Law 30 is to assist you to become an active, informed and productive citizen who knows and understands your legal rights and responsibilities. Through the course, you will develop an understanding of the concept of rule of law, and learn that the law reflects, and is shaped by, society's values and attitudes regarding social and human relationships. We will first explore the concepts of law and their origins and then look how they apply to current legal issues in Canada and the global community. The 5 Units we will cover in depth include foundations of Canada's legal system, criminal law, civil law, family law and employment and labour law. We will breifly touch on contract and consumer law, environmental law and international law. A major project will be done along side a final exam!
- Teacher: Joel Taphorn
Here are the videos for Math Foundations 30 taught in St. Brieux.