Students will view, listen to, read, comprehend and respond to a variety of literature, and texts while exploring two distinct units; Canadian Perspectives:Distinct and Rich and Canadian Landscapes: Diverse and Dynamic. 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.
- Teacher: Charles Biemans
This course will investigate the world issues from the beginning of the twentieth century to present. The consequences of World War One and the political responses that led to the rise of totalitarianism and eventually leading to World War Two will be addressed. The Cold War and the struggle between two super powers and eventually leading to looking at Global Issues affecting us today.
- Teacher: Jeffrey Burton