GRADE 10 & 11 INFORMATION NIGHT

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WELCOME TO THE
GRADE 10 INFORMATION
NIGHT
PRESENTED BY THE
JVCHS GUIDANCE DEPT.
Feb. 10th, 2015
Opening Prayer
Father of Light and Wisdom, thank you for
giving me a mind that can know and a heart
that can love. Help me to keep learning
every day of my life. Let me be convinced
that all knowledge leads to You and grant
me the grace to put my knowledge to use in
building the Kingdom of God on earth so
that I may enter the Kingdom of God in
heaven. Amen.
GRADE 10 COURSE
SELECTIONS
PRESENTED BY THE
JVCHS GUIDANCE DEPT.
Feb. 2015
New Terminology
Gr. 9 and 10
Academic
Applied
Locally Dev.
Open
Gr. 11 and 12
University
University/College
College
Workplace
Open
GRADE 10 to 11 MATH
PATHWAYS
GRADE 9 GRADE 10
GRADE 11
GRADE 12
• Academic
Academic
University
University/College
University
College
• Applied
Applied
University/College
College
University
College
• Locally
Developed
Locally
Developed
World of Work
World of Work
PATHWAYS FOR GRADE 10 APPLIED
MATH STUDENTS
Profile of the Learner
Grade 9
Students who:
•benefit from hands-on experiences in order to
make connections from concrete to abstract
•benefit from practical, real life mathematical
experiences
•often have strengths in linguistics and/or spatial
reasoning
•require time to develop understanding of concepts
MFM 1P
Grade 10
MFM 2P
Grade 11
Grade 11
Foundations for College Math
Functions & Applications
MBF 3C
MCF 3M
Grade 12
Grade 12
Foundations for College Math
Math for
College Technology
MCT 4C
MAP 4C
Grade 12
Advanced
Functions
MHF 4U
Grade 12
Data Management
MDM 4U
PATHWAYS FOR GRADE 10 ACADEMIC MATH STUDENTS
Profile of the Learner
Students who:
Grade 9
MPM 1D
Grade 10
MPM 2D
•Make connections from concrete to abstract
concepts with ease
•Ability to handle pace of delivery of content of
Academic/University level courses
Grade 11
Grade 11
Functions & Applications
Functions
MCF 3M
MCR 3U1
Grade 12
Advanced Functions
MHF 4U
Grade 12
Grade
12
Data
Data
Management
Management
Gr. 12 Math for
College
Technology
MCT 4C
MDM 4U
Grade 12
Grade 12
Calculus & Vectors
Advanced Functions
MCV 4U
MHF 4U
EXAMPLE OF PATHWAY PLANNING
GR. 9
GR. 10
GR.11
GR.12
ENG1D1
ENG2D1
ENG3U1
ENG4U1
HRE 1O1
HRE2O1
HRT3M1
HRE4M1
Grade 11 Courses
Compulsory Courses:
MFM1P1
MFM2P1
MCF3M1
CLN4U1
or MBF3C1
SNC1P1
SNC2P1
SBI3C1
EWC4U1
CGC1D1
CHC2D1
TPJ3M1
CGW4U1
FSF1D1
CHV2O1
GLC2O1
TXJ 3E1
CHY4U1
PPL1OF
TFJ2O1
TFJ3C1
BOH4M1
ADA1O1
BBI2O1
BMI3C1
Total = 8
Total = 8
Total = 8
Total = 6/7/8
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English
Religion
Math
University Pathways
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Programs:
Programs:
•English
Physical and Health
Education/Kinesiology
•Criminology
•Communication Studies
•Creative Writing
•Public Administration (one “U” math)
•Human Resource Management
•Language Programs
Careers:
•Social Services
•Dance
•Design
Careers:
•Digital Media
•Nutrition and Dietetics
•Film
•Occupational Therapy
•Music
•Personal Training
•Visual Art
•Sports Injuries Management
Careers:
•Physical Therapy
•Sound Recording Engineer
•Athletic Administration
•Choreographer
•Human Resources
•Music Therapist
•Law
•Costume Designer
•Editors
•Entertainment Anchor
•Advertising
College Pathways
•Architectural Technology-
MAP 4C/MCT 4C; ENG 4C
•Construction Engineering -
MAP 4C/MCT 4C; ENG 4C
•Broadcasting-
ENG 4C
•Business Administration
ENG 4C; MAP 4C
Gr. 11 Electives
ADA3M1
AMU3M1
AVI3O1
AVI3M1
AWA3OW
BAF3M1
BMIC1
CGG3O1
CHW3M1
CLU3M1
COOPHD
COOPTD
COOPHD
EMS3O1
FSF3U1
HPC3O1
HPC3OS
HSP3C1
HSP3U1
LWIBD2
LWICU3
NBE3U1
PAF3OF
PAF3OM
PPL3OF
PPL3OM
SBI3C1
SBI3U1
SBI3US
SCH3U1
SCH3US
SNC4M1
SPH3U1
TEJ3E1
TER3M1
TDJ3M1
TFJ3C1
TGJ3M1
TMJ3M1
TPJ3M1
TXJ3E1
HELPFUL WEBSITES
University - www.electronicinfo.ca
College - www.ontariocolleges.ca
Trades - www.tradeability.ca
Important Information
* Compulsory courses failed in Semester 1 must be included in
your course selections. Changes will be made once courses have
been successfully completed.
* Compulsory courses: English, Religion, and Math
* If you select ENG3U1, then you must select HRT3M1
* If you select ENG3C1, then you must select HRF3O1
* You need to choose 5 electives and 2 alternates
* If you are moving from an Applied level this year to a
University level next year, then you should speak with your
counsellor as to how this can be done
* Students are NOT allowed to take English or Math courses in
Summer School
ON-LINE COURSE
SELECTIONS
Type the school website:
jvh.ycdsb.ca
Click on ‘Career Cruising
Login’ in order to make your
course selections
Enter your username and
password
•Username is the prefix:
‘YC-’ plus your
student number
•Password is your birth
date: month + date +
year
•You will be required to
change your password
when you first log in
•E-mail address is
required
ON-LINE COURSE
SELECTIONS CONT…
Click on ‘My IPP’
Click on ‘Choose My Courses’
All of your Gr. 9 and Gr. 10
courses will be listed. Choose
your compulsory, elective, and
alternate courses as you have in
the past. If you are unsure how to
complete your course selections,
please make an appointment with
your counsellor.
Print your Course Selection Sheet.
Sign and date it and have one of
your parents/guardians sign and
date it too. Return both to your
homeroom teacher with your
Activity Fee.
IMPORTANT DATES TO
REMEMBER
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Course selections sheets accompanied by
the Activity Fee of $100.00
DUE: FEBRUARY 19th, 2015
FEBRUARY 27TH, 2015 – Last day to
submit course selections
LAST DAY FOR COURSE CHANGES:
APRIL 2nd, 2015
SHSM Program
Specialist High Skills Major
HEALTH AND
WELLNESS
JEAN VANIER
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
SPECIALIST HIGH SKILL MAJOR
• The SHSM is a Ministry approved program offered to Grade 10
students going into Grade 11
• This program is open to all workplace, college, and university bound
students
• The SHSM program allows students to explore and prepare for careers
in medicine, health care, teaching, psychology, social work,
kinesiology, fitness, food and nutrition, veterinary medicine, and much
more
• The program is a two year commitment that ‘bundles’ various interrelated courses, including a cooperative education placement
• While in the program students in Graded 11 and 12 earn certifications
such as First Aid /CPR and are exposed to various ‘reach ahead’
experiences through field trips, guest speakers, and visits to colleges
and universities
• Students who successfully complete the required program components
will earn a Red Seal on their Ontario Secondary School Diploma
COMPONENTS OF SHSM
WHAT’S IN IT FOR THE
STUDENT?
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CAREER PATHWAY PLANNING
AWARENESS OF THE HEALTH SECTOR
RED SEAL DIPLOMA
FREE CERTIFICATION
REACH AHEAD ACTIVITIES
MUCH MORE THAN YOU CAN IMAGINE
Benefits of Co-op
Why take Co-op?
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Explore tentative career choices
Gain valuable work experience
Strengthen employment skills through on the job training
Use equipment not available in the school
Make a smoother transition from school to work or postsecondary
education
Obtain employment references
Discover personal interest and abilities
Develop confidence and self-reliance
Earn secondary school credits while gaining practical job experience
Possibility of future employment with the company
Student Selection
Criteria
Requirements of Co-op:
• Be at least 15 years of age in Grade 11
• Earned at least 15 credits
• Complete a Co-op Educational Application Form, signed
by 2 teacher references
• Successfully complete an interview with a member of the
Co-op Department

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