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2 Promoting Excellence in Academics, the Arts, Athletics and Community Service École Secondaire Oak Park High School 820 Charleswood Rd. Winnipeg, MB, R3R 1K6 Tel: Fax:

3 Table of Contents Advanced Placement...11 Alternative Education...12 Business Education...13 Career Development...12 Computer Courses...14 Course Codes/Graduation Requirements...9 Course Offerings...3 English Language Arts...14 Fine Arts...15 French Immersion Program...37 General Information...6 How to Select/Change Courses...10 Human Ecology...20 Introduction...6 Languages...21 Mathematics...23 Physical Education...26 Post Secondary Admission Requirements...10 Programs For Gifted Learners...30 Sciences...32 Social Sciences...33 Technology Education...35 Winnipeg Technical College...48 Table of Contents 1 course description guide

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5 Course Offerings Advanced Placement Courses AP Calculus 42S AP Literature 42S AP Physics 42S AP Psychology 42S Alternative Education Continuing Education Career Development: Life/Work Planning 20S Career Development: Life/Work Building 30S Career Development: Life/Work Transitioning 40S Senior Years Apprenticeship Business Education Futures in Business 15G (0.5 credit) Start Own Business 25G (0.5 credit) Keyboarding 15G (0.5 credit) Print Communication 25S (0.5 credit) Accounting Principles 30S Promotions 30S Accounting 40S Management 40S Computer Computer Science 20S Computer Science 30S Computer Science 40S Broadcast Media 35S/Desktop Publishing 35S Web Design 35S/Interactive Websites 35S English Language Arts English 10F (French Immersion) English 20F (French Immersion) English 20F Integrated Program English Comprehensive Focus 30S English Literary Focus 30S English Literary Focus 30S PGL English Transactional Focus 30S English Comprehensive Focus 40S English Literary Focus 40S English Literary Focus 40S PGL English Transactional Focus 40S English Transactional Focus 40S PGL AP Literature 42S Fine Arts Art 20G Art 30G Art 30S Art 40G Art 40S Choral Music 20G Choral Music 30S Choral Music 40S Pembina Trails Voices 11S, 21S, 31S, 41S Jazz Dance 21G Jazz Dance 31G Jazz Dance 41G Repertory - Advanced Jazz Dance Co. 21G } Repertory - Advanced Jazz Dance Co. 31G Audition Repertory - Advanced Jazz Dance Co. 41G Dance Technique and Performance 21G } Dance Technique and Performance 31G Audition Dance Technique and Performance 41G Dance: RWB School Dance 22G Dance: RWB School Dance 32S Dance: RWB School Dance 42S Modern Dance 21G Modern Dance 31G Modern Dance 41G Theatre Practicum 21G Theatre Practicum 31G Theatre Practicum 41G Dramatic Arts 20G Dramatic Arts 30S Dramatic Arts 40S Music: Band 10G Music: Band 20G Music: Band 30S Music: Band 40S Music: Jazz Band 10G Music: Jazz Band 20G Music: Jazz Band 30S Music: Jazz Band 40S Music: Jazz Band Combo 31G Music: Private Music Option 12G, 22G, 32G, 42G Musical Theatre 21G Musical Theatre 31G Musical Theatre 41G Human Ecology Home Economics 20G Family Studies 20G Family Studies 30S Family Studies 40S Food & Nutrition 30S Food & Nutrition 40S Clothing/Housing/Design (Fashion Arts) 30S Clothing/Housing Design (Interior Design) 40S FRENCH IMMERSION PROGRAM Français Français 10F Français 20F Français 30S Français 40S Éducation physique Éducation physique-éducation à la santé 10G Éducation physique- Éducation à la santé 20G Modes de vie actifs et sains 30F Éducation physique 30F-Dirigé par l étudiant(e) Éducation physique 30F-Dirigé par l école Modes de vie actifs et sains 40F Éducation Physique 40F- Dirigé par l étudiant(e) Éducation Physique 40F- Dirigé par l école Éducation Physique 40F- Leadership Course offerings course description guide

6 École Secondaire Oak Park High School Course offerings Anglais English 10F English 20F English Comprehensive Focus 30S English Literary Focus 30S English Literary Focus 30S PGL English Transactional Focus 30S English Comprehensive Focus 40S English Literary Focus 40S English Literary Focus 40S PGL English Transactional Focus 40S English Transactional Focus 40S PGL AP Literature 42S Sciences de la nature Sciences de la nature 10F Sciences de la nature 20F Biologie 30S Biologie 40S Chimie 30S Chimie 40S Physique 30S Physique 40S Sciences humaines Sciences humaines : Le Canada dans le monde contemporain 10G Les enjeux géographiques du XXIe siècle 20F Histoire du Canada 30S Sciences humaines Problèmes mondiaux 40S Mathématiques Mathématiques 10F Introduction aux mathématiques appliquées précalcul 20S Mathématiques au quotidien 20S Mathématiques pré-calcul 30S Mathématiques appliquées 30S Mathématiques au quotidien 30S Mathématiques appliquées 40S Mathématiques pré-calcul 40S Mathématiques consommateurs 40S Mathématiques pré-calcul PGL Mathématiques pré-calcul 30S PGL Mathématiques avancées 45S (0.5 credit) Mathématiques avancées 41S (0.5 credit) Intro au calcul 45S (0.5 credit) Calcul 41G (0.5 credit) Languages French 20G French 30S French 40S Spanish 20G Spanish 30S Spanish 40S Espagnol 10G Espagnol 20G Espagnol 30S Espagnol 40S Mathematics Mathématiques 10F Essential Mathematics 20S Introduction to Applied and Pre-Calculus Math 20S Pre-Calculus Mathematics 30S Applied Mathematics 30S Essential Mathematics 30S Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S Applied Mathematics 40S Pre-Calculus Mathematics 30S PGL Introduction to Calculus 45S Calculus 41G (0.5 credit) Consumer Mathematics 40S Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S PGL Introduction to Calculus 45S Calculus 41G (0.5 credit) Advanced Topics in Mathematics 45S (0.5 credit) Advanced Topics in Mathematics 41G (0.5 credit) AP Calculus 42S 4 École Secondaire Oak Park high school

7 Course Offerings Physical Education Physical Education/Health Education 10G Physical Education/Health Education 20G Physical Education/Health Education Active Healthy Lifestyles 30F Physical Education/Health Education Active Healthy Lifestyles 40F Grade 11 PE Basketball Academy Credit Grade 12 PE Basketball Academy Credit Grade 11 Football Academy Credit Grade 12 Football Academy Credit Programs for Gifted Learners (PGL) AP Literature 42S AP Physics 42S AP Psychology 42S English Literary Focus 30S PGL English Literary Focus 40S PGL English Transactional Focus 40S PGL Pre-Calculus Math PGL 30S Pre-Calculus Math PGL 40S Introduction to Calculus 45S (0.5 credit) Calculus 41G (0.5 credit) Introduction au Calcul 45S (0.5 credit) Calcul 41G (0.5 credit) Advanced Topics in Mathematics 41G (0.5 credit) *Advanced Topics in Mathematics 45S (0.5 credit) Mathématiques Pré-calcul PGL 30S Mathématiques Pré-calcul PGL 40S Mathématiques avancées 41G (0.5 credit) Mathématiques avancées 45S (0.5 credit) Music: Choral PTV 11S Music: Choral PTV 21S Music: Choral PTV 31S Music: Choral PTV 41S Music: Jazz Band 10G Music: Jazz Band 20G Music: Jazz Band 30S Music: Jazz Band 40S Music: Jazz Band Combo 31G Dance 21G Repertory-Advanced Jazz Dance Company Dance 31G Repertory-Advanced Jazz Dance Company Dance 41G Repertory-Advanced Jazz Dance Company Theatre Production 21G Theatre Production 31G Theatre Production 41G Science Science 20F Biology 30S Biology 40S Chemistry 30S Chemistry 40S Physics 30S Physics 40S AP Physics 42S Social Sciences Social Studies 10G Geographic Issues of the 21st Century 20F *Integrated Program History: American 20G History: Canadian 30S Comparative Religions 41G Reel History 41G Law 40S Psychology 40S Social Studies: World Issues 40S AP Psychology 42S Technology Electricity/Electronics Technology 20G Graphics Communication Technology 20G Electricity/Electronics Technology 30G Graphics Communication Technology 30G Applied Technology (Graphics) 40S Filmmaking 1 Filmmaking 2 Filmmaking 3 Independent Film Company 1 Independent Film Company 2 Independent Film Company 3 Woodwork Technology 20G } Woodwork Technology 30G Offered at Westdale Woodwork Technology 40G School O P oak park consistently ranks among the top schools in wninnipeg for graduates moving on to post-secondary education. i n f o École Secondaire Oak Park High School Course offerings course description guide

8 General Information Introduction W elcome to École Secondaire Oak Park High School, a Grade 9 to Grade 12 French Immersion and Grade 10 to Grade 12 English high school. Oak Park High School is committed to providing a safe, accepting and academically challenging environment. By so doing, the school gives each student the opportunity to develop critical thinking and decision making skills, an understanding of his or her social responsibility, and a strong feeling of self worth. In addition to the comprehensive range of academic courses, students can enroll in a wide variety of programs such as Advanced Placement, Fine Arts, French Immersion, Leadership, Career Development, Program for Gifted Learners and courses at Winnipeg Technical Centre. At Oak Park we nurture the potential for growth in all of our students by offering a wide variety of extra curricular activities such as participating in over a dozen student council committees and extensive athletic activities. Students who are involved in extra curricular activities enjoy a rewarding and enriched school experience. Pembina Trails School Division is committed to the International Students Program. Oak Park has been an eager participant in this program, hosting many international students from such countries as Mexico, Brazil, Japan and Germany. This excellent program provides Oak Park students with an exciting opportunity to gain new friends as well as a greater global perspective. The staff at Oak Park takes a personal interest in each student and we are committed to providing a safe, welcoming and academically challenging environment. At Oak Park we offer every student the best opportunities to develop their physical and mental abilities as well as their sense of social responsibility. In doing so, we strive to help our students become healthy, intelligent and caring members of their community. We also believe learning is a lifelong process that does not end at graduation. The critical thinking and decision making skills developed at Oak Park will equip our students for a rich, rewarding and successful future. COURSE GUIDE École Secondaire Oak Park High School provides this guide to assist students and parents in understanding the content of courses and the organization of senior years programs. This guide is intended to be used in family discussions that will assist students in making wise program and course choices. Future career opportunities will be influenced by present course selections. Students, therefore, should honestly and seriously assess their own personal interests, abilities, aspirations, and long-term plans and use this assessment as a guide for choosing courses. After personal assessment and family discussion, students and/or parents are encouraged to consult with school staff regarding course planning. Such planning is critical to meeting the requirements of post-secondary educational institutions or the workplace. SCHOOLS OF CHOICE Under Schools of Choice, parents and students have the ability to choose a school. There are certain responsibilities and obligations that parents and students must meet when exercising their right to apply to choose a school. Some issues that may require further consideration are: program suitability, space availability, notification dates, and transportation. Please note the following points: Students/parents wishing to exercise their right to apply for Schools of Choice may go directly to their school of choice to make application. Schools of Choice applications should be made as early as possible but at least by May 15. Applications received after the May 15 deadline will be considered; however, they may be more difficult to accommodate. Once a student has chosen a school and is accepted, the student may attend our school until graduation unless he or she wishes to leave. Transportation is not provided by the school division. If you require further information, please ask for a supplementary information sheet entitled Schools of Choice, available at the school. 6 École Secondaire Oak Park high school

9 General Information THE SEMESTERS The school year is divided into two equal parts (semesters). Semester 1 runs from school opening to the end of January, and semester 2 runs from February to June. THE SCHOOL DAY The school day consists of five periods, three in the morning and two in the afternoon. COURSE SELECTIONS Registration occurs in late winter for the subsequent school year. Courses for both semesters are selected at the time of registration. Any course changes after registration will be subject to space availability. Note: At the time of winter registration, Grade 12 students will have preference in course selection over Grade 11 students. Similarly, Grade 11 students will have preference in course selection over Grade 10 students. STUDENT ASSESSMENT Student learning will be assessed in each course in a way that supports and reflects the curriculum learning outcomes of that particular program of study. Term work will account for: 75% of the final mark in all Grade 9 courses 70% of the final mark in all Grade courses Final Assessments will account for: 25% of the final mark in Grade 9 courses and 30% of the final mark in Grade courses Examinations will be written during a set examination period at the end of each semester. Provincial Standards TESTS The following final assessments are set by the Manitoba Department of Education and replace the school-based examination in each of these courses. The exams are administered to the students at a time established by the Department, usually within the last month of the semester. Students must write these examinations unless they meet the criteria for exemption. Exemptions are requested by the schools and may be granted by the Department for students in modified or individualized programs of study. Grade 12 English Language Arts Standards Test Grade 12 French Language Arts Standards Test Grade 12 Consumer Mathematics Standards Test Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics Standards Test Grade 12 Applied Mathematics Standards Test REPORT CARDS Parent-student-teacher conferences will be scheduled once per semester. The first report card will be issued approximately halfway through each semester. Final report cards will be issued in February and June. Teachers will send progress reports as needed. Parents are invited to contact classroom teachers regarding any questions or concerns about the student s performance. STUDENT FEES Student fees will be paid for at time of timetable pickup in August. Details respecting the amount of the student fees will be provided at the time of registration. This fee entitles each student to a yearbook, a school agenda book, participation in student council planned functions, and lunchtime privileges. TIMETABLE The school timetable is designed to provide compulsory courses in each semester. Students are strongly urged to select a balanced course load. Please note, because of enrolment numbers, some courses may only be offered in one semester. AGE OF MAJORITY According to Section 42.3(3) of the Public School Act, students who reach the age of 18 are legally entitled to be the sole recipients of their pupil files. Schools will comply with this regulation unless age of majority students advises them to do otherwise. As students turn 18, parents will be notified of the change of the information flow. Parents may continue to receive school reports only if their 18 year old child provides the division with written consent. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Oak Park offers a comprehensive extracurricular program. In addition to our extensive and very successful extra curricular program in athletics, we have something for everyone. Our student council structure is made up of over a dozen committees, such as community service, yearbook, grad, student issues and special events, to name a few. There are many activities, groups and committees waiting to take advantage of students talents. Extra curricular activities are an important part of school life and, in addition to providing an opportunity to develop leadership skills, add a significant dimension to a student s total school experience. We encourage all students to get involved. PERFORMANCE RECOGNITION At Oak Park we feel it is important to recognize the performance of our students in both curricular and extra-curricular activities. Consequently, we have in place a very comprehensive system of recognition to acknowledge academic achievement as well as contributions to our extra-curricular programming. We include Grade 9, 10, and 11 Academic Honour Certificates, Academic Honours Diplomas at Convocation, Individual Subject Certificates, Top Academic Awards at each grade level, an overall Top Academic Award, Committee/Club Awards, Music Awards and Athletic Awards. General Information course description guide

10 General Information General Information Honours Certificate Criteria: 1. Students must have an 80% average in their compulsory courses 2. The marks for all courses combined must yield an average of 80% or more. Honours Diploma An Honours Diploma is awarded at the graduation ceremony and represents cumulative excellence in Grade 10, 11 and 12. Criteria: Must have at least an 80% average in 20 credits earned in Grade 10, 11, and 12 with a minimum of 5 Grade 12 credits. As well, the student must have an 80% average in their 10 compulsory subjects (13 if in French Immersion). SCHOLARSHIPS School based, divisional, university and community initiated Scholarships are available. Detailed information on awards and scholarships is available from Student Services. FRENCH IMMERSION DIPLOMA Students will receive additional recognition on their diploma depending upon the number of courses they have completed in French Immersion. Bronze -16 courses Silver - 19 courses Gold - 22 courses or more FINE ARTS CERTIFICATE A Fine Arts Certificate is given to students who have accumulated ten credits in a combination of any of our Fine Arts courses. TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE A Technology Certificate is given to students who have accumulated 6 credits in a combination of any of our Technology courses. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Academic integrity means that the teacher and the student accept the inherent value of learning and enter into a collegial relationship that honours commitment, participation and honesty. To that end, Oak Park offers a wide variety of courses and programs for our many students. We strive to provide accommodations, flexibility and support, to enable students to achieve success in their studies. Likewise, students are expected to attend classes and maintain serious efforts to achieve success in their programs. Students who behave in ways that are contrary to positive learning conduct such as plagiarism, cheating, et cetera should expect to experience consequences for that conduct. O P a wide variety of cocurricular activities are available that are designed to develop leadership, decision making and critical thinking skills. i n f o 8 École Secondaire Oak Park high school

11 COURSE CODES / graduation requirements COURSE CODES All courses in the course description for Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, and Grade 12 are numbered in three characters, as specified by Manitoba Education. First character: Indicates the course level (Grade 9, 10, 11, or 12) Second character: 0 Developed or approved by Manitoba Education for 1 credit 1 Developed by school or division (include Student Initiated Projects-SIP and School Initiated Courses-SIC) 2 Developed elsewhere, such as university, out-ofprovince and out-of-country 5 Developed or approved by Manitoba Education for 0.5 credit Third character: F Foundation: compulsory courses for all students which may further studies beyond the senior years (e.g. apprentice- ship, college, and university) G General: General educational experiences for all students S Specialized: Learning experiences focused on specific skills and content M Modified: Curriculum that has been modified to take into account the capabilities of students with exceptionalities I Individualized: Educational experiences intended for students with significant exceptionalities For example: English 20F is a course intended for Grade 10 students (2) developed by Manitoba Education, Training and Youth (0), reflecting broadly based educational experiences that are appropriate for all students (F). SENIOR YEARS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Manitoba Education requires that students meet minimum criteria to be eligible for graduation. Students must complete a minimum of 30 credits across their Senior Years. English Language Program Compulsory Credits English Language Arts Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 10F 20F 30S 40S Mathematics 10F 20S 30S 40S Science 10F 20F Social Studies Geography: North American History: Canadian 10G 20G 30S Physical Education 10G 20G 30F 40F French Language Program Compulsory Credits English Language Arts Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 10F 20F 30S 40S Français 10F 20F 30S 40S Mathématiques 10F 20S 30S 40S Sciences de la nature Sciences humaines Géographie du Canada Histoire du Canada Éducation physique 10F 10G 20F 20G 30S 10G 20G 30F 40F Students must complete all of the compulsory credits. A minimum of one Grade 11 and two Grade 12 credits must be earned from the available optional courses. A maximum of 11 School Initiated Courses (SIC s) and 3 Student Initiated Projects (SIP s) can be used to meet the requirements for graduation. For more information on senior years graduation requirements go to to view the document Focus on the Future a Parent and Student Guide to Senior Years Graduation Requirements. course description guide

12 how to select / change courses how to select / change courses HOW TO SELECT COURSES When selecting a program of studies for the coming school year, students and their parents are urged to consider the following: 1. The student should select courses that are best suited to his or her particular abilities, interests, skills, and aptitudes taking into consideration future career or education plans. Be honest and realistic when making these choices. 2. Students should select courses which will be reasonably challenging and can be completed successfully. Courses should not be selected simply because friends have selected them. 3. Students are encouraged to consult teachers, a school counsellor, and/or a school administrator when selecting courses. The opinions and advice of the professional staff are readily available and may make decisions much easier. In making choices, students should consult the entrance requirements of the universities, colleges, and other post-secondary institutions that they may plan to attend after graduation. Specific information is available from the counsellors in each school. HOW TO CHANGE COURSES When selecting courses at the time of registration, students are making their choice for the entire school year. Students and their parents are urged to consider the following: In the event that a change is requested, some opportunity to adjust timetables exists. However, any changes are subject to space availability. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR POST SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS The onus is on students to ensure they have completed or are registered for all required courses for graduation. Manitoba Education requires that a student accumulate a minimum of thirty (30) credits in Grade 9 through Grade 12 in order to graduate from high school. Applications and information for many post secondary institutions in Manitoba as well as other Canadian provinces are available in the Student Support Services area in each of the high schools. Students and/or parents wishing information on admissions to other institutions not listed below are asked to contact staff in Student Support Services. Information on admissions to the following institutions is available from the web-sites listed below: University of Manitoba: guide/ University of Winnipeg: Brandon University: Université de St. Boniface: Red River College: Winnipeg Technical College: 1. Course changes for each semester should be made as soon as the need is recognized. Changes must be completed before the end of the first week of classes in a given semester. O P 2. Students who need or want to repeat a course from the first semester in the second semester will be accommodated only where space permits. 3. Students who do not succeed at courses in the first semester may be required to make their next attempt in the following school year. 4. A letter outlining course change guidelines will be sent in August. 35% of our graduates graduate with honours. i n f o 10 École Secondaire Oak Park high school

13 advanced placement ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES The advanced Placement Program provides an opportunity for highly motivated senior years students to take challenging university level courses. Courses are taught by high school teachers and course descriptions are developed by committees of university professors and experienced AP teachers. AP Calculus 42S This course is designed for gifted mathematics students and provides students the opportunity for advanced placement or credit at university. Students study the material contained in Introduction to Calculus 45S and Calculus 41G (two half-credit courses). In addition they cover enrichment material and prepare for the AP examination. Please note: Students requesting AP Calculus 42S are also required to take Advanced Topics in Mathematics 45S and 41G. Advanced Topics and AP Calculus will be paired and run the entire year. This will allow enough time to be spent on the AP Calculus course before the examination in May. Typically students will begin the year with Advanced Topics, switch to AP Calculus in the first semester, write the AP Calculus exam in May and complete the Advanced Topics class in May and June. AP Literature 42S Students, who are interested in taking the nonsemestered AP Literature 42S course in their Grade 12 year, are encouraged to complete the following recommended courses: 1st Semester 2nd Semester Grade 11 - ELALF30SPGL ELATF 40S PGL Grade 12 - ELALF 40S PGL & AP 42S (both run concurrently all year) This course will provide students with the opportunity to work at a first year university level in English. Students will learn methods of approaching the reading of literary works needed for in-depth analysis of works of literature. The intention of this course is to prepare students to write the Advanced Placement Literature and Composition exam administered by The College Board in May of each year. AP Physics 42S This course is for gifted science students and provides the opportunity for advanced placement at university. It aims to provide the framework for both conceptual understanding and problem solving ability using algebra and trigonometry. Topics include Newtonian mechanics, thermal physics, electricity and magnetism, waves and optics and atomic and nuclear physics. Prior to taking this course, students are strongly encouraged to have completed Pre-Calculus 30S, Physics 30S and Physics 40S. AP Psychology 42S This course offers highly motivated students the opportunity to study psychology at a first year university level. Students will study the theories, principles, and practices of the discipline in each of the major subfields in psychology. The course will prepare students to write the Advanced Placement Psychology examination administered by The College Board in May of each year. course selection - advanced placement course description guide

14 alternative education Course Selection - Alternative Education ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION Continuing Education These programs are designed for students of varying ability and grade level who work best in a setting which is an alternative to the traditional classroom setting. Continuing Education students in grades 9-12 work at their own pace and one to one with teachers and educational assistants, on these required compulsory courses designed to meet their learning needs: ELA grades 9 & 10 Transactional or Comprehensive Focus - grades 11 & 12 Math Grade 9 Essential Math Grade 10 & 11 Consumer Math - Grade 12 Science Grade 9 & 10 Geography Grade 10 History Grade 11 Career Development The Career Development curricula in particular, have been designed to connect school learning with workplace and labour market realities. The experiential learning components will provide students with opportunities to explore potential occupations, and to demonstrate employability skills, essential skills and specific occupational skills. With career information and experience, students will acquire enhanced selfconfidence, motivation and self-knowledge and a greater sense of direction and responsibility. Career Development courses will be taught as a four section block in order to accommodate a 10 week work experience. The following departmental curricula will be followed: Career Development: Life/Work Exploration 20S Career Development: Life/Work Exploration 30S Career Development: Life/Work Exploration 40S ELA Transactional Focus 30S/40S In addition, students enrolled in Continuing Education & Career Development Education programs may complete an Orbital Study: Focusing on Service Learning. Here students will develop their social skills by working in small group seminars on projects that integrate units of their core curriculum and result in some form of service learning, be it volunteer work at specific sites or creating/building items for food banks, shelters or hospitals. Students will exit Continuing Education & Career Development Education programs with portfolios they can use in their life beyond high school. Students interested in continuing their education in Alternative Programming should see Support Services Staff and complete an application form. Senior Years Apprenticeship Option The Senior Years Apprenticeship Option is intended to: be open and flexible be available to Grade 11 and 12 students in participating Senior Years schools integrate institutional education and the workplace be an extension and enhancement of the Apprenticeship Program be an access route to a training process in trades facing skill shortages Senior Years Apprenticeship is open to Grade 11 and 12 students who meet the minimum age and education requirements as defined in the Apprenticeship Act, that being 16 years of age and in Grade 11 (grade 11). requires students to take normal course loads in Grade 9 nd 10. requires students to take a combination of academic and on-the-job training as an apprentice under an Apprenticeship Agreement in Grade 11 and 12. requires the student to be matched with a participating and qualified employer provides on-the-job credits toward an Apprenticeship trade to students while completing their formal education and up to eight academic credits towards graduation students receive the wage rate defined by each trade for the hours worked. Trades eligible for the senior years apprenticship option: Industrial Boilermaker Industrial Electrician Industrial Instrument Technician Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Industrial Welder Machinist Miner Mould and Pattern Maker Service Cook Parts person Steel Fabricator Tool and Die Maker Mechanical Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Technician Farm Equipment Mechanic Electric Motor Winder Truck Transport Mechanic Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic Truck Trailer Mechanic Motor Vehicle Body Painter Motor Vehicle Body Repair Motor Vehicle Mechanic Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Mechanic 12 École Secondaire Oak Park high school

15 Alternative Education / BUSINESS EDUCATION Construction Bricklayer Landscape Technician Lather Cabinetmaker Painter and Decorator Carpenter Plumber Construction Electrician Power Electrician Crane Operator Roofer Drywall Mechanic Sheet Metal Worker Glazier Sprinkler & Fire Protection System Installer Interior Systems Mechanic Steamfitter/Pipefitter For more information, see a member of our Student Services Team. BUSINESS EDUCATION Futures in Business 15G (0.5 credit)/start Your Own Business 25G (0.5 credit) Futures in Business 15G This course is focused around the actual running of a small business. Students will work in groups to develop an actual product that will be sold in the school in a Seasonal Extravaganza (Christmas/Spring). The students will prepare a research questionnaire, advertise, promote and sell the product of their choice. They will budget and record their sales and prepare a business plan. Start Your Own Business 25G This is a half course which introduces students to the world of business, specifically the world of starting and running your own business. The entire course, including lessons and assignments is internet based. After completing the course students are expected to be familiar with different types of businesses, how to research a business, key ideas in marketing and record keeping and steps in writing a simple business plan. The course covers types of businesses (franchises, existing business, etc.), mistakes to avoid when starting your own business, researching a business and marketing your business. Keyboarding 15G/ Print Communication 25S Students will increase their productivity in all computer applications by learning to operate the keyboard efficiently by touch (without looking at the keys). Students will gain word processing experience by learning to format a variety of commonly used documents in English and History classes. The students will learn how to prepare essays with headers/ footers, page numbers, footnotes, bibliographies and correct spacing and indentation. Skills acquired in this course will be a valuable asset for personal use, in post-secondary education and in preparation for a career in the business world. Through daily practice and compositions, students will develop efficient keyboarding techniques, speed and accuracy. Students will improve their print communication skills by learning to properly format a variety of documents including: tables, letters, and reports. Accounting Principles 30S This course is designed to introduce students to the basic steps in the accounting process. Students will acquire sufficient skills to pursue further levels in the accounting field. Key topics covered are journalizing, posting, trial balances, six-column worksheets, financial statements, closing entries, post-closing trial balances, bank reconciliations and payroll accounting. This course can be used as a GRADE 11 Math credit. Promotions 30S Students will learn the various methods of promotion and will put this into practical experience by promoting various events/ideas and products throughout the school. Students will produce posters, prepare bulletin boards, announcements and a page for the television in the forum; as well as, produce their own webpage. Students will also learn about people in the promotion business and will study a business of their own choosing. This course is recommended for students that have an entrepreneurial spirit and/or a creative side. **Accounting 40S Pre-requisite: Accounting Principles 30S or knowledge of accounting basics Hands-on experience of document preparation will include working with the renowned accounting program- Simply Accounting. All prior knowledge of income statements, balance sheets, business transactions, trial balances will be used in an actual business computer setting to determine business financial statements and reports. New topics include cost of goods sold, current assets and liabilities, a three ledger system, closing entries, special journals and reconciliation. **Management 40S This course introduces the student to leadership principles and practices in the management cycle of planning, organizing, directing and controlling. As such, the course provides a hands-on approach to handling activities in real life. This course will focus on the practical aspects of running such in-school enterprises as Oak Park Gear and the Career Symposium. course selection - alternative education / BUSINESS EDUCATION **Indicates Grade 12 and counts as a Unversity Entrance Course course description guide

16 COMPUTER COURSES / ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS Course Selection - COMPUTER COURSES/ ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS COMPUTER COURSES Computer Science 20S This course introduces students to computer programming by using the popular Visual BASIC language. Students will be expected to analyze and provide a programming solution to a wide variety of programming problems after having been exposed to the appropriate theory. Students will study the programming of object properties, flow of control statements, looping structures, variables, 1 and 2 dimensional arrays, and sorting algorithms among others. Computer Science 30S The successful completion of Computer Science 30S is highly advisable for students who wish to take Computer Science 40S. Computer Science 30S is a course in object oriented programming. The student is expected to develop problem-solving techniques using algorithms and pseudocode and then prepare and execute object oriented programs written in Java, a popular high-level language. General topics include Data Types and While Loops. **Computer Science 40S Computer Science 40S is an extension of Computer Science 30S where students will develop advanced techniques for problem solving using the computer programming language Java. General topics include Exceptions and Arrays. Broadcast Media 35S/Desktop Publishing 35S This course focuses on the world of print and broadcast media. Students will work together as a team to create a variety of journalistic projects. For the print portion of the course students will take photos of school events and will develop their photography and design skills. For the broadcast part of the course, students will create news items, sports items, and human-interest stories which will be broadcast on the web. Students wishing to take only behind-the-scenes roles will not be required to appear on camera. Skills developed in the School Media course will be applicable in a wide variety of artistic and technical fields, including publishing, TV and Radio, and public relations. Web Design 35S/Interactive Websites 35S This course provides students with an opportunity to become proficient at creating and maintaining interactive websites. Using a variety of programs from the Adobe Creative Suite, including Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Flash and Adobe Photoshop, web design students will create professional, custom websites for a defined audience and purpose. Participants will also learn to create simple Flash games, and will be shown how to embed the games into an interactive website. ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR YOUR FUTURE Critical readers and writers are required in many professions including law, public service, business, medicine, and politics. More directly, the study of English is a foundation for all careers. All English Language Arts programs are required by Manitoba Education to achieve the following five outcomes. These outcomes will be addressed with an increased sophistication and complexity as students progress through the grade levels. Students will listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to explore thoughts, ideas, feelings, and experiences. Students will listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to comprehend and respond personally and critically to oral, print, and other media texts. Students will listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to enhance clarity and artistry of communication. Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to celebrate and build community. Students will listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to manage ideas and information. All ELA programs will deal with the following types of language: Literary language: (literature) includes forms of communication intended to entertain, and stimulate the emotions and imagination. Literary texts include but are not limited to: novels, short stories, plays, films, poetry. Transactional language: includes forms of communication intended to inform, advise, persuade, or instruct people. Transactional texts include but are not limited to: essays, letters, memos, newscasts, speeches, book reviews, summaries, magazine and newspaper articles, autobiographies, and biographies. English 10F (French Immersion) This foundation ELA course will expose students to a balance of literary and transactional materials and related activities. English 20F (French Immersion)- Prerequisite: 10F ELA This foundation ELA course will expose students to a balance of literary and transactional materials and related activities. English 20F Integrated Program (for students in the English Program) The Integrated English Languages Arts and Geography program is an exciting and unique opportunity for 14 **Indicates Grade 12 and counts as a Unversity Entrance Course

17 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS / FINE ARTS cross-curricular education at the secondary level. This program is designed to provide students with a wide range of experiences as they work intensively through thematic based units of study. This format gives students an opportunity to build a close working relationship with their team of teachers and their fellow students. Students will earn one credit for ELA20F and one credit for GEO 20S. English Comprehensive Focus 30S - Prerequisite: 20F ELA This course will explore a balance of literary and transactional materials and related activities. English Literary Focus 30S - Prerequisite: 20F ELA In this course, students will work towards developing an appreciation and understanding of literature through a variety of classic and contemporary literary texts. Approximately 70% of the materials and activities used in this course will be literary and 30% will be transactional in nature. English Literary Focus 30S PGL - Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation This English course for gifted learners will cover the core curriculum of English 30S Literary Focus, as well as offer literary enrichment. Students will engage with and compose texts primarily for aesthetic purposes. English Transactional Focus 30S - Prerequisite: 20F ELA Approximately 70% of the materials and activities in this course will be transactional and 30% will be literary. Students will engage with and compose texts primarily for practical purposes. English Comprehensive Focus 40S - Prerequisite: Any 30S ELA This ELA course will explore a balance of literary and transactional materials. English Literary Focus 40S - Prerequisite: Any 30S ELA In this Grade 12 course, students will be expected to respond imaginatively, emotionally, and intellectually to significant works of literature. Students will learn to make meaning by reading classic and contemporary texts from a variety of perspectives. Approximately 70% of the materials and activities covered in this course will be literary and 30% will be transactional. English Literary Focus 40S PGL- Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation This English course for gifted learners will cover the core curriculum of English 40S Literary Focus as outlined above, as well as offer literary enrichment. English Transactional Focus 40S - Prerequisite: Any 30S ELA In this Grade 12 elective course, students will practice the thinking and language skills involved in communicating information to a specific audience for a specific purpose. A large part of this course will involve materials and activities associated with a variety of topics such as the worlds of education, business, research, media, entertainment, travel, consumerism, and social action. Approximately 70% of the materials and activities covered in this course will be transactional and 30% will be literary. Students engage with and compose texts primarily for pragmatic purposes. English Transactional Focus 40S PGL - Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation This English course for gifted learners will cover the core curriculum of English 40S Transactional Focus as outlined above, as well as offer transactional enrichment. AP Literature 42S - Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation and 40S Literary Focus PGL This course will provide students with the opportunity to work at a first year university level in English. Students will learn methods of approaching the reading of literary works needed for in-depth analysis. The intention of this course is to prepare students to write the Advanced Placement Literature and Composition exam administered by The College Board in May of each year. Students who are interested in taking the nonsemestered AP Literature 42S course in their Grade 12 year are encouraged to complete the following recommended courses: 1st Semester 2nd Semester Grade 11 - ELA LF 30S PGL ELA TF 40S PGL Grade 12 - ELA LF 40S PGL AP 42S FINE ARTS Oak Park offers a Fine Arts Certificate to students who have accumulated ten credits in a combination of any of the following courses. This certificate can be a valuable asset to a student s career portfolio Art 20G Art appreciation and satisfaction from self-expression are major aims of this course. Students will better understand the potentials of various art processes. They will demonstrate a heightened perceptual awareness and an increased level of creative thinking. The fundamentals (elements and principles) of art and design which are necessary for the creation of any work of art are emphasized. Course fee is required for supplies. Art 30G Content will include the exploration of the elements and principles of art as they apply to composition. Media and techniques will be further expanded. Problem solving Course Selection - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS / FINE ARTS course description guide

18 FINE ARTS Course Selection - FINE ARTS skills will be used to create personal visual statements. Art history, art appreciation, and critical analysis are important aspects of this course. Prerequisite: Art 20G. Course fee is required for supplies. Art 30S The art production/creative content of this course is the same as in Art 30G. The difference is the emphasis on critical analysis and art history through written work and research. Prerequisite: Art 20G. Course fee is required for supplies. Art 40G This course is intended for students who wish to further explore the possibilities of creativity and selfexpression. Students will develop problem solving skills and a greater sense of visual awareness. The course is comprised of a combination of compulsory units and projects focused around individual interests. Art history and principles of art criticism will be included. Prerequisite: Art 30G. Course fee is required for supplies. Art 40S The art production/creative content of this course is the same as in Art 40G. The difference is the emphasis on critical analysis and art history through written work and research. Students wishing to develop a portfolio in preparation for application to post-secondary institutions will receive time and guidance toward this goal. Prerequisite: Art 30S. Course fee is required for supplies. Choral Music 20G, 30S, 40S The choral course is designed to gain, through performance, an experience and understanding of a wide variety of choral literature. The student will acquire skills in sight-reading, in vocal production, in breath support and control, and in tone quality, diction, dynamics, intonation, and in phrasing. Ensemble skills will be developed, including listening, vocal blending, balancing of parts, building sensitivity to the singers role in the group, and mustering the discipline necessary for good choral singing. Students will explore how to convincingly communicate to an audience a wide variety of styles of choral music. Students are expected to participate in a variety of performances such as Remembrance Day, Holiday Concerts, festival appearances, and final term presentation, many of which may be outside class hours. Prerequisite: To be accepted into this course, students must be able to match pitch and sing in tune. Special Note: Students who enroll for this course must understand that their commitment as a member of the ensemble is for the whole year. Pembina Trails Voices 11S, 21S, 31S, 41S Pembina Trails Voices provides an enriched and challenging choral opportunity for the singer who wishes to explore advanced choral literature, and to sing with other students who have a very high standard of performance. Throughout the PTV experience, whether making music in the rehearsal hall, the performance stage, or on tour, the student will be encouraged to develop musical independence, to hone listening and aural skills, to tackle music reading at an advanced level, and to practice advanced vocal technique. Expressive and communicative skills and adaptability as a performer are also goals in this course. Students enter the PTV program through an auditioning process. Rehearsals are held at Canadian Mennonite University Monday evenings, as well as one Saturday morning per month. PTV members are expected to attend all rehearsals plus three PTV concerts, as well as other scheduled performances, festivals and tours. Please contact the PTV office at extension # 268 for further information. Jazz Dance 21G This course will focus on dance education for the general school population. Students will develop skills in dance and explore dance as an art form and self-expression. Various dance styles, including Jazz, Hip-Hop, Social and Modern will be studied. The elements of movement, safety, healthful living and connections of dance to society will be identified throughout these styles. Students will explore dance as a medium to develop selfdiscipline, risk taking, cooperation, assertiveness and creativity by imagining, creating, and reflecting through the art of dance. Jazz Dance 31G This class works on technique, building more dance vocabulary and fostering individual style by encouraging dancers to create from their own centers. Aim is to develop dancers with the freedom of movement that comes from a firm technical foundation, grace style and attitude! Class begins with a comprehensive warm-up that focuses on building strength and technique with a series of exercises derived from both ballet and jazz. Floor work emphasizes stretching and conditioning, followed by several jumps and turns progressions across the floor. Choreography is grounded in technique, expressive and athletic. Combinations are a diverse, challenging blend of many styles including: lyrical, commercial (rock, pop, straight jazz) and modern jazz. This class strives to create new and interesting movement that inspires the dancers to make creative choices, work on technique, style and performance qualities Jazz Dance 41G This course is designed as a continuation of the fundamental elements in dance. Students will continue to develop dance technique, flexibility, agility, 16 École Secondaire Oak Park high school

19 FINE ARTS coordination, fitness, musicality, mental training and creativity while further exploring a variety of styles. The various dance styles included are Jazz, Hip-Hop, Ballroom, Latin, Tap, Lyrical, Swing, Musical Theatre, Modern and Partner work. Further development of dance-related activities such as Pilates, yoga, fusion and acting for dance are explored. Emphasis will be on group, solo and small group choreography. The students will perform at several venues, dance studios and dance festivals. All dance styles will contain learning outcomes from each of the following areas: technique, theory, composition, and presentation. Dance 21G Repertory- Advanced Jazz Dance Company (audition) This course is designed to learn advanced dance technique and stylization for performance. The course will involve auditions, studio rehearsals, technical and dress rehearsals and performances. Specialized study in areas such as: improvisation, dance history, Pilates, yoga, imagery, injury prevention, musicality, fitness in dance and stage makeup. All dance applicants should be prepared to demonstrate their ability of a center floor combination to music in an audition. The following attributes will be considered when selecting the member of this class: technical potential, stylization potential, proficiency at the level and potential in the performance or teaching of dance. This program demonstrates the need for disciplined work in the pursuit of excellence. Dance 31G Repertory- Advanced Jazz Dance Company (audition) This course is designed to develop the advanced dance technique and stylization for performance. Classes are designed towards developing a greater comprehension of the dance technique with an awareness of how it assists in developing the potential of the dancer in the competitive field of dance. The course will involve auditions, studio rehearsals, technical and dress rehearsals and performances. Specialized study in areas such as mental training, Pilates, yoga, movement on stage, costume design, dance science, nutrition, therapy, stage makeup and dance science. All dance applicants should be prepared to demonstrate their ability of a center floor combination to music in an audition. The following attributes will be considered when selecting the member of this class: technical potential, stylization potential, proficiency at the level and potential in the performance or teaching of dance. This program demonstrates the need for disciplined work in the pursuit of excellence. potential of the dancer in the competitive field of dance. The course will involve auditions, studio rehearsals, technical and dress rehearsals and performances. Specialized study in areas such as visualization, choreography, fusion, acting for dance, costume design, presentation skills, biomechanics of movement, improvisation, dance therapy, stage makeup and dance science. All dance applicants should be prepared to demonstrate their ability of a center floor combination to music in an audition. The following attributes will be considered when selecting the member of this class: technical potential, stylization potential, proficiency at the level and potential in the performance or teaching of dance. This program demonstrates the need for disciplined work in the pursuit of excellence. Dance Technique and Performance DTP 21G This is a fast paced class that focuses on technique in jumps and turns providing the dancer a stronger base to build upon, while challenging the more advanced dancer to push themselves to better accuracy and more skilful execution. This class will allow all dancers to work at their own pace, taking the steps they need to reach the next level. This class will increase a student s vocabulary by introducing a variety of turns and leaps and the methods and mechanics to stronger dancing. This class will work on correct alignment and strength needed to improve turning technique and to jump more efficiently. Beginning with a warm-up of modern-influenced, ballet-based exercises that focus on proper execution and alignment, the class evolves to the learning of choreography, broken down and demonstrated for clear understanding. The focus is to address each dancer s individual need, educate, and create a nurturing environment that encourages students to take their dancing to the next level. Course Selection - FINE ARTS Dance 41G Repertory- Advanced Jazz Dance Company (audition) This course is designed to continue to work on advanced dance technique and stylization for performance. Classes are designed towards developing a greater comprehension of the dance technique with an awareness of how it assists in developing the leadership 17

20 fine arts Course Selection - fine arts DTP 31G For students with diversified dance backgrounds, this class provides an intensive study of technique with emphasis on style and musicality. The class begins with a comprehensive warm up that incorporates the Active Isolated Flexibility and Strength Method as well as elements of jazz, ballet, and modern, allowing for a complete head to toe warm up. Progressions across the floor combine elements of style with the technique needed to turn consistently and to jump efficiently. The combination ranges from contemporary jazz to lyrical to musical theatre and challenges each dancer to increase their performance potential and refine their own technique in a supportive atmosphere. DTP 41G For serious dancers to explore more intricate patterns and kinesthetic movement. Timing, classical line and advanced vocabulary of steps are stressed. The class focuses not only on the dancer s technical development but on artistry, stressing the use of the head and of port de bras, for example, in responding to music rather than as ends in themselves. Barre and center exercises are aimed at improving balance, control and coordination and advanced overall technique. Every class includes a center practice in adagio, turns, jumps and diagonals. Combinations are choreographed to enhance the dancer s individual expressive qualities. Thus the class is soundly structured and designed to facilitate movement. Technique serves artistry in combinations that encourage the dancer to dance. Dance: RWB School Dance 22G, 32S, 42S Credit is given for classical ballet study at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet for senior dance instruction in the Professional Division levels 4, 5, 6 or 7. Admission, instruction and evaluation are done through the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Please contact the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Professional Division for specific information concerning course content and admission requirements. Modern Dance 21G, 31G, 41G The students will learn different styles, modern technique and a modern aesthetic. A variety of dance and dance related course work such as Pilate s technique, yoga, core stability, tai chi, acting for dance and African American dance are explored. The experience broadens the dancer s vocabulary, provides them with choreographic materials and promotes openmindedness and discovery. The warm-up is fluid with strong ballet influences and his choreography reflects the basic principles of the warm-up. The style is unique and passionate, involving dynamic movement and a fluid technical athleticism. Coupled with multi-cultural musical influences, the class is involving and fun. The emphasis of the class is on finding your own way of dancing and the sheer joy of moving. Dramatic Arts 20G Mime and movement, scene making, improvisational skills, scene study, vocal skills and the monologue are all explored in this practical learning by doing course. The focus of this course is on building acting skills through problem solving, critical thinking and selfconfidence applied to realistic life-like situations in a controlled, safe environment. This is a practical course with students presenting on stage almost every day. Note: Theatre Practicum 21G may be taken at the same time. Dramatic Arts 30S Interpretation, analysis and presentation of a variety of script styles are at the center of this course. Students will examine and analyze various aspects and meanings of performance. Continued emphasis will be placed on skill development and focused acting technique. Major emphasis is placed on the various styles of Comedy, Canadian Theatre and Shakespeare. Dramatic Arts 40S A practical introduction to the predominant acting styles and dramatic theories of the late 19th and 20th centuries is studied. Melodrama, Realism, Expressionism, Dada, Epic Theatre and Theatre of the Absurd are some of the areas covered. Continued emphasis will be placed on development of vocal, acting and improvisational skills as well as critical thinking and problem solving. This course is an excellent introduction for those students who intend to continue their Dramatic Arts training after high school. Theatre Production 21G Public performance oriented company, Theatre Oak Park operates as closely as possible to a professional standard and students are expected to display artistic decorum and discipline. Acting opportunities in the Pembina Trails Improv Leagues, Lunchboxes, and the Collective Creation show focused on a relevant topical issue and in O P Oak Park has one of the most comprehensive Fine Arts programs in the province. Oak Park offers our students a Fine Arts Certificate. i n f o 18 École Secondaire Oak Park high school

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