English Language Arts 10-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Standard: 65% in Grade 9 Language Arts.

Content:

  • Designed for students who have experienced dedicated success in junior high language arts courses
  • Student will develop an analytical understanding of complex texts
  • Students are required to identify and examine ways in which cultural and societal influences are reflected in a variety of texts
  • Students work toward clear and insightful expression of ideas

(Academic base designed for students who wish to attend university or another post-secondary institution)

English Language Arts 10-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Standard: Students with 65% or less in Grade 9 Language Arts are recommended to take this course.

Content:

  • Designed for students who have previously experienced difficulty in text study skills
  • Students will develop reading strategies for a variety of texts
  • Students are required to identify and examine ways in which cultural and societal influences are reflected in a variety of texts
  • Students work toward clear expression of ideas

(Practical application base designed for students who plan to attend college or other such  post-secondary institution)

English 10

English Language Arts 10-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Standard: 65% in Grade 9 Language Arts.

Content:

  • Designed for students who have experienced dedicated success in junior high language arts courses
  • Student will develop an analytical understanding of complex texts
  • Students are required to identify and examine ways in which cultural and societal influences are reflected in a variety of texts
  • Students work toward clear and insightful expression of ideas

(Academic base designed for students who wish to attend university or another post-secondary institution)

English Language Arts 10-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Standard: Students with 65% or less in Grade 9 Language Arts are recommended to take this course.

Content:

  • Designed for students who have previously experienced difficulty in text study skills
  • Students will develop reading strategies for a variety of texts
  • Students are required to identify and examine ways in which cultural and societal influences are reflected in a variety of texts
  • Students work toward clear expression of ideas

(Practical application base designed for students who plan to attend college or other such  post-secondary institution)

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