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 will provide experiences for students to inquire while developing understanding, skills, and abilities in audio, video, and interactive media production to communicate effectively. Students will explore and experience the three stages of production in various mediums.

Students will view, listen to, read, comprehend and respond to a variety of literature, and texts while exploring two distinct units; Beginning and Becoming and Moving Forward. 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.

Foam Lake Training Course

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.