Grade 10 Compulsory Courses

English Language Arts 20F/E/M
You are beginning this course with language arts skills, knowledge, and insights. This course is designed to help you gain further insights into yourself and others, and to expand your skills and knowledge in English language arts. As well, you will learn strategies you can apply in other courses and non-school situations.

Physical Education/Health 20F/E/M
This course will attempt to cover the outcomes of the Grade 9 and 10 Phys. Ed. Curriculums, through planned and balanced programming to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes for a physically active and healthy lifestyle for all students.

Geographic Issues of the 21st Century 20F/E/M
In Geographic Issues of the 21st Century, students focus on a variety of issues and challenges of the contemporary world. They explore the nature of geography and develop skills related to geographic thinking. Students use the methods and tools of geography to examine issues such as sustainable development and to propose solutions.

Mathematics - At least one of the following:
1. Essential Math 20S/E/M 
Essential Mathematics (20S) is intended for students whose post-secondary planning does not include a focus on mathematics and science-related fields. Grade 10 Essential Mathematics is a one-credit course emphasizing consumer applications, problem solving, decision making, and spatial sense. The Essential math stream will prepare students for every day, on-the-job problem solving. Students may take Math Essentials as their single math stream, or in addition to other math courses (Applied, Pre-Calculus). This pathway is designed to provide students with the mathematical understanding and critical thinking skills identified for entry into the majority of trades and for direct entry into the work force.

2. Introduction to Applied and Pre-Calculus Math 20S/E/M
Introduction to Applied and Pre-Calculus Mathematics 20S is intended for students considering post-secondary studies that require a math prerequisite. This pathway provides students with the mathematical understanding and critical-thinking skills that have been identified for specific post-secondary programs of study. The topics studied form the foundation for topics to be studied in both Grade 11 Applied Mathematics and Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Mathematics. Components of the curriculum are both context-driven and algebraic in nature. The learning outcomes are divided into three topics: Measurement; Algebra and Number; and Relations and Functions.

Science 20F/E/M

The goal of Science 20 is to foster an understanding of concepts in earth science, chemistry, physics and weather dynamics and to develop the student’s abilities of inquiry. Students will conduct investigations and understand scientific theories related to: ecology and the maintenance of ecosystems; chemical reactions; factors that influence weather systems; and motion.

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