English Language Arts  30-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Recommendation: English 20-1: achieved 65% or greater

Content:

  • Designed for students to become actively involved with literature, using effective strategies for appreciation, understanding and critical response 
  • Students practice effective writing, using a variety of techniques and styles to suit the purpose and audience 
  • Students speak clearly and effectively in a group and for an audience 
  • Students evaluate, use and appreciate visual communication 
  • Students listen actively for theme, ideas and details, being aware of the purpose of the communication 
  • Designed for students working toward post secondary entrance


English Language Arts 30-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Recommendation: 50% in English 20-2 or less than 65% in English 20-1

Content:

  • Designed to study literature that fulfills a variety of goals, including reading for information, for understanding, for appreciation and for enjoyment 
  • Students focus is on communication skills using a variety of purposes and audiences 
  • Students understand and evaluate the message and the components that create the message in visual communication 
  • Students use the active process of listening to evaluate the spoken message, being aware of the tone, purpose and validity of spoken communication 
  • This course has a practical application base designed for students who plan to attend college or other such post-secondary institutions

English 30

English Language Arts  30-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Recommendation: English 20-1: achieved 65% or greater

Content:

  • Designed for students to become actively involved with literature, using effective strategies for appreciation, understanding and critical response 
  • Students practice effective writing, using a variety of techniques and styles to suit the purpose and audience 
  • Students speak clearly and effectively in a group and for an audience 
  • Students evaluate, use and appreciate visual communication 
  • Students listen actively for theme, ideas and details, being aware of the purpose of the communication 
  • Designed for students working toward post secondary entrance


English Language Arts 30-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Recommendation: 50% in English 20-2 or less than 65% in English 20-1

Content:

  • Designed to study literature that fulfills a variety of goals, including reading for information, for understanding, for appreciation and for enjoyment 
  • Students focus is on communication skills using a variety of purposes and audiences 
  • Students understand and evaluate the message and the components that create the message in visual communication 
  • Students use the active process of listening to evaluate the spoken message, being aware of the tone, purpose and validity of spoken communication 
  • This course has a practical application base designed for students who plan to attend college or other such post-secondary institutions
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This week, members of the Chief Superintendent's Student Advisory Council are thanking CBE staff for their work this year! Today Azmain thanks teachers for helping students become who they are https://t.co/aSmxYbDNMs #WeAreCBE