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The aim of Wildlife Management 20 is to provide students with the opportunity to study beliefs and attitudes about wildlife. Units of study include interactions of wildlife and society, managing wildlife, and issues in wildlife.  The intent is to stimulate an awareness of the importance of wildlife in the daily life of an individual and for society as a whole. Modules of study will be flexible and allow students to build on their own knowledge to create new understandings. Students will be provided with the opportunity for success through a blending of theory and practical experience achieved in and out of school. The activities and theory are intended to lead to an understanding of career development opportunities and hobbies in the field of wildlife appreciation and management.

Course Syllabus

This course has eleven learning outcomes:

Outcome 1

Demonstrate understanding of the preservation of equality including solving problems that involve the manipulation and application of formulas related to:

  • perimeter
  • area
  • the Pythagorean Theorem
  • primary trigonometric ratios
  • income.

Outcome 2

Analyze puzzles and games that involve spatial reasoning using problem solving strategies. [C, CN, PS, R]

Outcome 3

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.

Outcome 4

Demonstrate, using concrete and pictorial models, and symbolic representations, understanding of linear measurement, including units in the SI and Imperial systems of measurement.

Outcome 5

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.

Outcome 6

Apply understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems.

Outcome 7

Demonstrate understanding of similarity of convex polygons, including regular and irregular polygons.

Outcome 8

Demonstrate an understanding of primary trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, and tangent).

Outcome 9

Demonstrate understanding of angles including:

  • drawing and sketching
  • replicating and constructing
  • bisecting
  • relating to parallel, perpendicular, and transversal lines
  • solving problems.

Outcome 10

Apply proportional reasoning to solve problems involving unit pricing and currency exchange.

Outcome 11

Demonstrate understanding of income including:

  • wages
  • salary
  • contracts
  • commissions
  • piecework
  • self-employment
  • gross pay
  • net pay.

 

This course has eleven learning outcomes organized under five broad themes:

A) Numerical Reasoning

B) Graphically Speaking

C) How does it Measure Up?

D) Money Matters

E) Shaping Up

The Workplace and Apprenticeship pathway is designed to provide students with the mathematical knowledge, skills and understandings needed for entry into some trades-related courses and for direct entry into the work force.