GRADE 12 

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AVI4M VISUAL ARTS – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Visual Arts, Grade 11, University/College Preparation

 

GRADE: 12 (University/College)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

AVI4M online focuses on enabling students to refine their use of the creative process when creating and presenting two- and three-dimensional artworks using a variety of traditional and emerging media and technologies. Students will use the critical analysis process to deconstruct artworks and explore connections between art and society. The studio program enables students to explore a range of materials, processes, and techniques that can be applied in their own art production. Students will also make connections between various works of art in personal, contemporary, historical, and cultural contexts.

UNIT ONE

Reviewing Terms and Approaches

Essential Question: To what extent does knowledge and understanding of the creative process inform an artist’s work?

  • In this unit, students will review the basic terms and processes necessary to analyze art. These include the creative process, the elements and principles of art, and the critical analysis process. Students will also review methods for photographing their art to share online and sketchbook formatting.

UNIT TWO

Choosing a Personal Portfolio Theme

Essential Question: How can an artist’s portfolio reflect their responses to inner and outer worlds?

  • In this unit, students will apply their learning from the previous unit to begin planning their semester-long art portfolio. Students will expand their understanding of sketchbooks and will finally submit a detailed proposal for their portfolio.

UNIT THREE

Exploring Collections in Visual Art

Essential Question: Why are art collections important to our understanding of the world?

  • In this unit, students will learn about how Canadian artists (and one philanthropist) have explored the theme of collecting and they will complete their own artwork on this topic. Students will complete written and sketchbook-based research tasks and will complete one highly developed artwork of their own. Students will share their work, and reflect on it, mirroring the formal stages of the creative process.

UNIT FOUR

Exploring Spaces in Visual Art

Essential Question: To what extent does space (environment) affect the presentation of art museum collections?

  • In this unit, students will learn about how Canadian artists and architects have explored the theme of space (environments) and they will complete their own artwork on this topic. Students will complete written and sketchbook-based research tasks and will complete one highly developed artwork of their own. Students will share their work, and reflect on it, mirroring the formal stages of the creative process.

UNIT FIVE

Exploring Community through Visual Art

Essential Question: How do communities influence artists?

  • In this unit, students will learn about how Canadian artists and organizations have explored community connections and they will complete their own artwork on this topic. Students will complete written and sketchbook-based research tasks and will complete one highly developed artwork of their own. Students will share their work, and reflect on it, mirroring the formal stages of the creative process.

UNIT SIX

Exploring Causes through Visual Art

Essential Question: How can art contribute to positive change in the world?

  • In this unit, students will learn about how Canadian artists and organizations have explored the theme of activism and promoting causes, and students will complete their own artwork on this topic. Students will complete written and sketchbook-based research tasks and will complete one highly developed artwork of their own. Students will share their work, and reflect on it, mirroring the formal stages of the creative process.

CULMINATING PROJECT

30% of Final Grade

  • This project is the final evaluation of AVI4M online. This project will require students to reflect on their course work. This project will be worth 30% of the final grade.

AWQ4M VISUAL ARTS: PHOTOGRAPHY – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Visual Arts: Photography, Grade 11, University/College Preparation

GRADE: 12 (University/College)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

AWQ4M online focuses on enabling students to refine their use of the creative process when creating and presenting two- and three-dimensional artworks using a variety of traditional and emerging media and technologies. Students will use the critical analysis process to deconstruct artworks and explore connections between art and society. The studio program enables students to explore a range of materials, processes, and techniques that can be applied in their own art production. Students will also make connections between various works of art in personal, contemporary, historical, and cultural contexts. AWQ4M online will focus on photography.

UNIT ONE

Camera Basics

Essential Question: What camera basics can you demonstrate when creating a well exposed, focused image with just the right depth of field?

  • In this unit, students learn how to expose an image three different ways by altering the ISO, Shutter Speed or the Aperture of my camera. Students will learn how to create a shallow or extended depth of field (DOF) and how to capture motion.

UNIT TWO

Rights and Masters

Essential Question: How do Masters achieve their style? How important is it to take the socially acceptable image of injustice?

  • In this unit, students will learn about the legal elements of taking a photograph and will study three Masters of photography and write a visual essay about these Master photographers and their identifiable style.

UNIT THREE

Skills & Composition

Essential Question: How can you combine exposure and composition elements to create photographic art?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to composition guidelines and camera techniques to achieve an artful representation of their photography. Students will engage in snapping images for specific purposes, learning camera techniques that will increase their awareness of shooting in shutter, aperture or manual priority. Students will be introduced to techniques like zoom blur and panning that use camera and lens movement along with camera settings adjustments that permit students to adjust for a specific purpose. Students will learn to convert colour images to B/W images, stitch images together, and blend several images together in post-production software. Students will learn compositional strategies to frame their subject and how to capture their subject and its shadow.

UNIT FOUR

Art Criticism

Essential Question: How do I demonstrate an understanding of the critical analysis process by examining, interpreting, evaluating, and reflecting on various art works?

  • In this unit, students will learn how to write a criticism of an image they consider to be a work of art.

UNIT FIVE

Creative Photography

Essential Question: What is involved in creating style in photography?

 

  • In this unit, students will learn to blend compositional guidelines and will explore genre (Landscape, Macro, Abstract, Architecture, Nature, etc.), Sense of Place, Painting with Light, and direct a Fashion Shoot. Students will also learn about David Hockney and create a sample of media art using photographs shot as the medium.

CULMINATING PROJECT

30% of Final Grade

  • This project is the final evaluation of AWQ4M online. Students’ work in this assignment will showcase what they have learned in this course, it is worth 30% of their final grade.

TGI4M INTERACTIVE NEW

MEDIA AND ANIMATION – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Communications Technology, Grade 11, University/College Preparation

GRADE: 12 (University/College)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

TGI4M online enables students to further develop media knowledge and skills while designing and producing projects in the areas of live, recorded, and graphic communications. Students may work in the areas of TV, video, and movie production; radio and audio production; print and graphic communications; photography; digital imaging; broadcast journalism; and interactive new media. Students will also expand their awareness of environmental and societal issues related to communications technology and will investigate career opportunities and challenges in a rapidly changing technological environment.

UNIT ONE

The 12 Principles of Animation

Essential Question: What drawing concepts apply across all forms of animation?

  • In this unit, students will focus on the 12 principals of animation to gain an understanding of how they apply to their work. This in-depth review will significantly enhance the production quality of students’ animations.

UNIT TWO

Walks and Runs

Essential Question: How do you make animated movement lifelike?

  • In this unit, students will focus on the walk and run cycles which are key components of any animated sequence.

UNIT THREE

Facial Design and Expressions

Essential Question: What brings personality to an animated character?

  • In this unit, students will focus on facial design and expression in order to bring out the personality of their animated character.

UNIT FOUR

Lip Syncing and Foley Work

Essential Question: How do you do dialogue to activate the realism of an animated character?

  • In this unit, students will gain an understanding of how to integrate dialogue using lip-synching and also how to enhance animated scenes with foley sound effects.

UNIT FIVE

Background Styling

Essential Question: How does the setting of a scene determine the tone of an animated story?

  • In this unit, students will gain an understanding of how to design effective backgrounds that form the stage that their characters are acting within.

CULMINATING PROJECT

30% of Final Grade

  • This project is the final evaluation of TGI4M online. This project will challenge students to use the knowledge and skills gained throughout this course and is worth 30% of the final grade.

BAT4M FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Financial Accounting Fundamentals, Grade 11, University/College Preparation

GRADE: 12 (University/College)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

BAT4M online introduces students to advanced accounting principles that will prepare them for postsecondary studies in business. Students will learn about financial statements for various forms of business ownership and how those statements are interpreted in making business decisions. BAT4M online expands students’ knowledge of sources of financing, further develops accounting methods for assets, and introduces accounting for partnerships and corporations.

UNIT ONE

The Accounting Cycle

Essential Question: How do businesses organize their financial activities?

  • In this unit, students will begin by familiarizing themselves with some accounting principles that will be elaborated on as they go through the remainder of the course. These principles will allow students to make decisions that are appropriate under the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). They will also be analyzing transactions to make journal entries, adjusting entries which will help generate financial statements.

UNIT TWO

Accounting Practices for Assets

Essential Question: How do businesses organize their financial activities that affect assets?

  • In this unit, students will be learning about merchandising companies and how assets are their primary source of business. Students will be looking at the different ways of valuing Inventory, which is a significant part of a merchandising company’s asset. Accounts receivable is another significant asset that affects a merchandising company’s profit. Like the previous unit, there are entry adjustments that need to made when inventory is sold, or when accounts receivable become due. Students will be looking at different methods of accounting for inventory and accounts receivable and comparing which one is more effective in different situations.

UNIT THREE

Partnerships and Corporations

Essential Question: What are the advantages and disadvantages of a sole proprietorship?

  • In this unit, students will be learning about two other forms of businesses which are Partnerships and Corporations. As discussed in the very first lesson, there are three ways of running a business: sole proprietorship, partnership, and corporation. One of the key things that students will notice as a difference between a partnership and corporation is through the way we account for the equity. For example in a partnership, we would refer to the equity section as owner’s equity, and corporations would call it shareholder’s equity. Students will look more closely into these differences as they progress in this unit.

UNIT FOUR

Financial Analysis and Decision Making

Essential Question: How do businesses organize their business activities?

  • In this unit, students will mainly focus on different methods of financing and analyzing the information that is presented through financial statements, whether it is a quarterly report or annual report. As mentioned in the beginning of the course one of the main purposes of accounting is to help in the decision-making process. The financial statements, journal entries, ratio calculations all lead up to the idea of decision making. In this unit, students will be able to determine the financial position of a business through looking at their financial statements and reports.

CULMINATING PROJECT

10% of Final Grade

  • This project is one of the final evaluations of BAT4M online. This project will challenge students to use the knowledge they gained throughout the course and is worth 10% of the final grade.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

20% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of BAT4M online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

BBB4M INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: None

GRADE: 12 (University/College)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

BBB4M online provides an overview of the importance of international business and trade in the global economy and explores the factors that influence success in international markets. Students will learn about the techniques and strategies associated with marketing, distribution, and managing international business effectively. BBB4M online prepares students for postsecondary programs in business, including international business, marketing, and management.

UNIT ONE

Business, Trade and the Economy

Essential Question: Is trading necessary or can a nation operate independently without the need to trade abroad?

  • In this unit, students will explore how people and businesses in Canada are impacted by international business and how nations are interdependent in trade and economy. Students will examine the evolution of global trade and the history of trade within Canada. Students will also analyze the barriers to trade and examine Canada’s many different trading partners from around the world.

UNIT TWO

The Global Environment for Business

Essential Question: How much business does Canada do internationally and what industries do the most business abroad?

  • In this unit, students will examine the ways in which Canadian businesses have been impacted by globalization. Students will examine and analyze the factors which influence a country’s ability to participate in international business. Advantages of doing business in Canada will be examined. Case studies of domestic and multinational companies will help students see the strengths and challenges of each.

UNIT THREE

Factors Influencing Success in International Markets

Essential Question: How important is it for business to be regulated and standardized?

  • In this unit, students will look at the cultural factors that influence international markets and assess how political, economic and geographic factors play a role in international business methods and operations. An understanding of product modifications and standardization will be developed as well.

UNIT FOUR

Marketing Challenges, Approaches, and Distribution

Essential Question: Does one Marketing Plan fit for your world clientele?

  • In this unit, students will explore marketing challenges facing international businesses. Students focus on the examination of marketing approaches including describing the adaptations that have been made to the marketing mix of a product in order to market it internationally; describing the legal, cultural, and economic factors that must be addressed to market a product internationally.

UNIT FIVE

Working in International Markets

Essential Question: How complex are the issues surrounding International Trade?

  • In this unit, students will use case study examples to determine the types of market research necessary to prepare businesses for entering foreign markets. Students will also be introduced to the concepts of distribution and logistics. Lastly, the unit will address ethical challenges by describing the ways in which multinational companies have both positive and negative effects on the countries in which they operate.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of BBB4M online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

BOH4M BUSINESS LEADERSHIP: MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: None

GRADE: 12 (University/College)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

BOH4M online focuses on the development of leadership skills used in managing a successful business. Students will analyze the role of a leader in business, with a focus on decision making, management of group dynamics, workplace stress and conflict, the motivation of employees, and planning. In BOH4M online, effective business communication skills, ethics, and social responsibility are also emphasized.

UNIT ONE

Foundations of Management

Essential Question: What are the roles and responsibilities of management as it relates to social, ethical, and organizational considerations?

  • In this unit, students will assess the role of management within an organization and learn to demonstrate the use of appropriate communication techniques related to business management. Students will evaluate the impact of issues related to ethics and social responsibility on the management of organizations.

UNIT TWO

Leading

Essential Question: What are leadership strategies and considerations to enhance the workplace?

  • In this unit, students will apply an understanding of human behaviour to explain how individuals and groups function in the workplace. Students will gain an understanding of group dynamics and of proper leadership techniques in a variety of situations.

UNIT THREE

Management Challenges

Essential Question: What are the management strategies and considerations to operate in a business environment?

  • In this unit, students will gain an understanding of the communication process within the workplace and evaluate the strategies used by individuals and organizations to manage stress and conflict. Students will compare theories of how to motivate individuals and teams in a productive work environment.

UNIT FOUR

Planning and Controlling

Essential Question: What is the role of strategic planning and how can it enhance the success of an organization?

  • In this unit, students will analyze the importance of planning to the success of an organization and gain an understanding of appropriate planning tools and planning techniques in a variety of situations. Students will analyze the relationship between strategic planning and the success of an organization as well as how companies respond to internal and external pressures for change. Students will also assess the importance of control in management.

UNIT FIVE

Organizing

Essential Question: What are the various organizational structures, and how can they be utilized in a way to operate a successful organization?

  • In this unit, students will gain an understanding of the various organizational structures used to manage the workforce effectively. Students will assess the ways in which organizational structures have changed to adapt to the changing nature of work and evaluate the role of human resources within an organization.

CULMINATING PROJECT

10% of Final Grade

  • This project is one of the final evaluations of BOH4M online. This project will be worth 10% of the final grade.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

20% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of BOH4M online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

CGO4M SPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTION – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Any university, university/college, or college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English, or social sciences and humanities

GRADE: 12 (University/College)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

CGO4M online provides a foundation for students who are considering a career involving computer-based spatial technologies. Students will analyze and propose solutions to real-life issues related to spatial organization, such as determining transportation routes, appropriate locations for community services, or potential conservation and preservation areas. Students will extend their ability to use geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), and remote sensing and to create maps, charts, and graphs. Throughout CGO4M online, students will apply the concepts of geographic thinking and the geographic inquiry process to investigate various issues related to spatial organization.

UNIT ONE

Introduction to Spatial Technologies

Essential Question: How are spatial technologies utilized to apply to such a vast range of industries and challenges?

 

  • In this unit, students will be provided with an overview of Spatial Technology and introduced to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) including its history and applications. There are a variety of learning materials including module lessons, visual, video, and hands-on exercises to get acquainted with Spatial Technologies.

UNIT TWO

Map Projections

Essential Question: What are the processes and considerations for using an applicable map projection that minimizes distortion?

  • In this unit, students will explore Map Projections as a critical element in displaying and integrating information in Spatial Technologies and GIS.

UNIT THREE

Data Modeling

Essential Question: What are the methods and considerations utilized to integrate spatial and attribute data?

  • In this unit, students will gain an understanding of the difference and appropriate use of Vector versus Raster data. Students will learn how to differentiate between spatial and non-spatial data and will explore the practices of linking and maintaining relationships between a spatial feature and its attribute data. Students will also learn how to apply the approach of layering as it relates to integrating multiple data sets together into one setting.

UNIT FOUR

Capturing and Collection Data

Essential Question: What are the various methods in which data can be collected and integrated into an applicable format?

  • In this unit, students will explore Data Modelling. Integrating data is critical to any Spatial Technologies and their powerful capabilities. In addition, identifying the way data is expressed and integrated into various Vector, Raster, Spatial, and non-Spatial forms. The varied learning material is continued with both reading, visual, and hands-on activities to help students understand and apply the concepts.

UNIT FIVE

Cartography

Essential Question: How can the appropriate map elements be applied to effectively communicate information via maps?

  • In this unit, students will cover Cartography, which is the process of creating maps. A process which is both an art and science, and there are strategic implications to consider for effectively engaging an audience.

UNIT SIX

Spatial Analysis

Essential Question: What are ways in which spatial technologies can be implemented to analyze and solve challenges in a spatial format?

  • In this unit, students will go over Spatial Analytical methods – this is where the power of Spatial Technologies and GIS peaks. There are numerous analysis methods, all of which depend on the data that is used, and the issue/topic/problem that is being approached. This unit is very much hands-on, to gain awareness and develop skills in applying analytical methods.

UNIT SEVEN

Map Interpretation and Analysis

Essential Question: What are the methods and application of extracting and analyzing information from maps?

  • In this unit, students will learn how to interpret their analysis. It is important to continue to communicate and reinforce the summary as a means to present and communicate the findings and ‘take-aways’ from the map. This is where students are communicating their findings to an audience.

UNIT EIGHT

Interpreting, Analyzing and Monitoring Change

Essential Question: What are the methods of applying spatial technologies for the purpose of interpreting, analyzing, and monitoring change?

  • In this unit, students will cover interpreting and monitoring change with a focus on Supporting Sustainability. When students reviewed Remote Sensing, they looked at the changing conditions over time when looking at the 3 Gorges Dam in China. This final unit will apply Didactic Questioning and Map Interpretation from the previous unit, to apply to monitoring and interpreting change.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of CGO4M online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

CGW4U WORLD ISSUES: A GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Any university or university/college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English, or social sciences and humanities

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

CGW4U online looks at the global challenge of creating a more sustainable and equitable world. Students will explore a range of issues involving environmental, economic, social, and geopolitical interrelationships, and will examine governmental policies related to these issues. In CGW4U online, students will apply the concepts of geographic thinking and the geographic inquiry process, including spatial technologies, to investigate these complex issues, including their impact on natural and human communities around the world.

UNIT ONE

Perspective and Issue Analysis

Essential Question: How are issues best confronted from a local, national, or global perspective?

  • In this unit, students will examine the nature of issues in the world and focus on perspective and the consumption of information about global ideas and events through news media. Key questions include; ‘What is an issue?’; ‘What makes an idea or event relevant to Canadians?’; ‘How are issues best confronted from a local, national, or global perspective?’ Rather than plunging headlong into a detailed study of any of the issue areas covered in the course, this unit concentrates on three preliminary but important matters: the basic facts of world geography today, a familiarization with the common approaches to perceiving issues on the planet, and the dissemination of information about world issues via news media.

UNIT TWO

Globalization, Sustainability, and Stewardship

Essential Question: What are the implications of spreading culture, economics, and politics throughout the globe?

  • In this unit, students will examine the concepts of Westernization, modernization, globalization and sustainability. For thousands of years, people—and, later, corporations—have been buying from, and selling to, each other in lands at great distances, such as through the famed Silk Road across Central Asia that connected China and Europe during the Middle Ages. Likewise, for centuries, people and corporations have invested in enterprises in other countries. But policy and technological developments of the past few decades have spurred increases in cross-border trade, investment, and migration so large that many observers believe the world has entered a qualitatively new phase in its economic development and, consequently, its ecological footprint.

UNIT THREE

Human Population Issues

Essential Question: What are the regional and global implications of demographic trends?

  • In this unit, students will begin with an examination of the terminology and basic tools of demography, including global population trends, evolutionary patterns of world population growth, population projections and policies. From there, students will account for the rising volume of international migration around the world in recent years, the types and incidence of migration flows, impacts of international migrant flows, and international migration issues occurring in the world.

UNIT FOUR

Food Issues

Essential Question: What are the considerations for food supply, availability, and distribution throughout the globe?

  • In this unit, students will assess the nutritional value of the food they consume, compare food consumption patterns across the world, and evaluate solutions to ongoing problems associated with food availability. Canadians are fortunate enough to live in a country with the geographic qualities and level of development required to produce and acquire food products that exceed their individual needs. Most Canadians take for granted that the food quality, quantity, and variety will always be available at their local retailers. For those who live in equatorial regions of the world, however, the path to obtaining food security is complicated by persistent droughts, civil strife, overpopulation, and disease.

UNIT FIVE

Wealth Disparity Issues

Essential Question: What are the implications of regional economics on a global scale of economic disparity?

  • In this unit, students will explore three facets of global disparity in the material standard of living: first, its dimensions and geography; second, its underlying causes and the issues it typically gives rise to in both rich and poor regions; and third, possible remedies. This unit will cover concepts such as the Rostow Model of Economic Development, Sachs’s “The Geography of Poverty and Wealth”, the legacy of colonialism, the growth of transnational corporations and free trade, and the problems with international development assistance.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of CGW4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

CHI4U CANADA: HISTORY, IDENTITY AND CULTURE – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Any university or university/college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English, or social sciences and humanities

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

CHI4U online traces the history of Canada, with a focus on the evolution of our national identity and culture as well as the identity and culture of various groups that make up Canada. Students will explore various developments and events, both national and international, from pre-contact to the present, and will examine various communities in Canada and how they have contributed to identity and heritage in Canada. Students will investigate the development of culture and identity, including national identity, in Canada and how and why they have changed throughout the country’s history. In CHI4U online, students will extend their ability to apply the concepts of historical thinking and the historical inquiry process, including the interpretation and analysis of evidence, as they investigate the people, events, and forces that have shaped Canada.

UNIT ONE

Canada, Origins to 1776

Essential Question: What events, people and organizations helped to shape Canadian identity to 1776?

  • In this unit, students will explore the history of Canada from before the European contact through to the outbreak of the American Revolution, looking at how events, issues, and individuals have helped to shape our history and identity.

UNIT TWO

Canada, 1776 to 1867

Essential Question: What events, people and organizations helped to shape Canadian identity to 1867?

 

  • In this unit, students will explore the history of Canada from the American Revolution through to our own Confederation, looking at how events, issues, and individuals have helped to shape our history and identity.

UNIT THREE

Canada, 1867 to 1945

Essential Question: What events, people and organizations helped to shape Canadian identity to 1945?

  • In this unit, students will explore the history of Canada from Confederation in 1867 through to the end of World War II, looking at how events, issues, and individuals have helped to shape our history and identity.

UNIT FOUR

Canada, Since 1945

Essential Question: What events, people and organizations helped to shape Canadian identity since 1945?

  • In this unit, students will explore the history of Canada from the end of World War II through to the modern period, looking at how events, issues, and individuals have helped to shape our history and identity.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of CHI4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

CHY4U WORLD HISTORY SINCE THE

15TH CENTURY – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Any university, university/college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English, or social sciences and humanities

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

CHY4U online traces major developments and events in world history since approximately 1450. Students will explore social, economic, and political changes, the historical roots of contemporary issues, and the role of conflict and cooperation in global interrelationships. In CHY4U online, students will extend their ability to apply the concepts of historical thinking and the historical inquiry process, including the interpretation and analysis of evidence, as they investigate key issues and ideas and assess societal progress or decline in world history.

UNIT ONE

The World Re-invented

Essential Question: How did innovations in science and exploration during the Renaissance shape and impact society?

  • In this unit, students will learn about the Renaissance. This period of time means rebirth and the term is used by scholars to refer to the time period from about 1400 to 1600 in Western Europe.

UNIT TWO

Contact and Conflict

Essential Question: How did contact between European explorers and Native Americans influence each other? What were the short and long term effects?

  • In this unit, students will learn about early voyages of exploration. From ancient times, Europeans had hypothesized about distant worlds. The Greeks speculated about Atlantis, Medieval maps placed Jerusalem at the centre and depicted a Garden of Eden at the edge of the known universe, along with references to heaven, hell, and strange lands on the borders of the Earth.

UNIT THREE

An Age of Enlightenment and Revolution

Essential Question: In what ways did the ideals of the Enlightenment encourage and support social change across the world?

  • In this unit, students will study the age of Enlightenment and Revolution. This period in Europe from the Peace of Augsburg in 1555 to the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 has been called the age of the religious wars. Conflicts arose between Protestants and Catholics, and sometimes Protestants and Protestants.

UNIT FOUR

Industrialization, Liberalism, and Nationalism (1815-1871)

Essential Question: How did the rise of industrialism change the structure of society? What implementations during this period are relevant to us today?

  • In this unit, students will examine Industrialization, Liberalism, and Nationalism. This period began in Great Britain around 1750 passing through the Congress of Vienna in 1815 and ending in united Italy and Germany in 1871.

UNIT FIVE

European Hegemony (1871-1914)

Essential Question: How was the shifting political landscape in 19th century Europe a contributing factor to World War One?

  • In this unit, students will explore European Hegemony. In this period, people accepted Newton’s vision of a harmonious machine-like universe, working according to laws that could be expressed in mathematical formulas. This gave birth to social philosophers in the nineteenth century who claimed to have discovered “scientific” socialism, and scholars who developed the “social sciences,” the systematic study of individual and social behaviour. The word “science” became synonymous with the idea of truth.

UNIT SIX

The World at War (1914-1945)

Essential Question: How did international allegiances change between 1914 and 1945?

  • In this unit, students will study the history of the first world war. World War I, known as the Great War, lasted until November 1918. The century that had started the French Revolution ended with unprecedented carnage, arresting the liberal optimism and the faith in progress that had dominated Western thinking since the Enlightenment. The Great War radically rearranged the map of Europe. By 1919, a host of new, independent states, supposedly based on the principle of nationality, had come into being.

UNIT SEVEN

The West and the World, From 1945

Essential Question: How can we solve and navigate through modern issues such as terrorism, immigration, threat of nuclear war, social movements etc. by investigating the past?

  • In this unit, students will examine the world from 1945 onwards. In this period, European states lost their centuries-old status as great colonial powers. Independence movements in the colonies forced the process of decolonization upon them. The Europeans often went reluctantly, and not without some vicious conflicts. Decolonization also had a powerful impact on domestic European politics. The emergence of Japan as a major industrial nation was also important for Europe and the West.

CULMINATING PROJECT

10% of Final Grade

  • This project is one of the final evaluations of CHY4U online. This project will be worth 10% of the final grade.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

20% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of CHY4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

CIA4U ANALYZING CURRENT ECONOMIC ISSUES – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Any university or university/college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English, or social sciences and humanities

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

CIA4U online examines current national and global economic trends and policies from diverse perspectives. Students will explore the impact of choices that individuals and institutions, including governments, make in responding to local, national, and global economic issues such as globalization and global economic inequalities, trade agreements, national debt, taxation, social spending, and consumer debt. In CIA4U online, students will apply the concepts of economic thinking and the economic inquiry process, including economic models, to investigate, and develop informed opinions about, current economic issues and to help them make reasoned economic decisions.

UNIT ONE

Introduction to Economics

Essential Question: How is scarcity an economic concept and how does it influence economic choices and decisions?

  • In this unit, students will develop their economic thinking. Students will complete different types of assessment, be introduced to different instructional strategies and explore fundamental economic concepts that will allow them to develop a deeper level of understanding in subsequent units. Students will explore fundamental concepts of economics and establish a foundation for developing their understanding of economic issues. Students will begin to explore scarcity and choice, microeconomics and macroeconomics, positive and normative economics, opportunity cost, economic models, political economies, and economic theory.

UNIT TWO

Supply and Demand

Essential Question: How are supply and demand models used to analyze and illustrate factors affecting economic choices?

  • In this unit, students will explore some essential concepts in economics: supply, demand, equilibrium and elasticity. This unit will set the stage for future learning and allow students to identify economic concepts in their everyday lives.

UNIT THREE

Achieving Economic Prosperity

Essential Question: How can we achieve and measure economic prosperity?

  • In this unit, students will learn about and apply economic concepts including identifying economic stakeholders, cost-benefit analysis and production decisions. Students will explore behavioural economics and apply the new learning in this unit to case studies. Students will address sustainability and economic growth and prosperity.

UNIT FOUR

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Essential Question: What considerations are missing from some of the common indicators used to measure economic growth and well-being?

  • In this unit, students will explore macroeconomic indicators, the business cycle, measures of well-being, alternative measures of well-being, and government budgets.

UNIT FIVE

Monetary and Fiscal Policy

Essential Question: How does the Bank of Canada influence financial markets and how do the fiscal policies of the federal government affect individuals in Canada?

  • In this unit, students will explore monetary and fiscal policies. They will explore the role of individuals in influencing fiscal policy and the role of money in the economy. At the completion of this unit, students will complete a macroeconomic analysis of an inquiry question.

UNIT SIX

International Interdependence and Inequality

Essential Question: How does economic globalization affect society, culture, and the environment?

  • In this unit, students will explore the global economy. Students will take much of their background understanding of economic theory and understanding and apply it globally. They will explore globalization, global inequality, social justice, trade models, agreements, and economic disparity.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of CIA4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

CLN4U CANADIAN & INTERNATIONAL LAW – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Any university or university/college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English, or social sciences and humanities.

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

CLN4U online explores a range of contemporary legal issues and how they are addressed in both Canadian and international law. Students will develop their understanding of the principles of Canadian and international law when exploring rights and freedoms within the context of topics such as religion, security, cyberspace, immigration, crimes against humanity, and environmental protection. In CLN4U online, students will apply the concepts of legal thinking and the legal inquiry process when investigating these issues in both Canadian and international contexts, and they will develop legal reasoning skills and an understanding of conflict resolution in the area of international law.

UNIT ONE

Heritage of Canadian Law

Essential Question: What societies have shaped Canadian legal institutions?

  • In this unit, students will learn how their personal and cultural values influence law as well as what types of changes in society can lead to changes in the law. Students will examine what the legal debate around the kirpan has been in Canada and how it relates to values in a multicultural society. Students will learn what early forms of justice were like in Europe, what legal traditions have historically influenced Canadian law and how “common law” was developed. This unit will cover what primary and secondary sources of law are, the various categories of law and how religion and morality have influenced the law. Students will learn about jurisprudence and its various schools. Students will examine what is meant by the term “vice” and the debates around safe-injection sites and prostitution in Canada and how these debates relate to legal theory and philosophy.

UNIT TWO

Rights and Freedoms

Essential Question: How have our rights and freedoms developed?

  • In this unit, students will learn about the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Students will learn about the history of the Canadian constitution, what the BNA Act, Confederation, the Constitution Act, and the Meech Lake Accord are as well as how the Quebec independence movement has shaped Canada’s constitutional debate. Students will investigate what the Notwithstanding clause is, how it is invoked and what rights it can override. Students will gain an understanding of what happened during the 2010 G-20 summit in Toronto, and how the response to the protests related to Charter Rights. Students will learn about what is considered “hate speech” under Canadian law as well as the debate around Quebec’s proposed “charter of values”.

UNIT THREE

Criminal Law

Essential Question: How has Canadian criminal law been influenced by the past? What defines a crime?

  • In this unit, students will examine the myths and facts about crime and criminals as well as various psychological and sociological theories about why people commit crimes. Students will learn what different types of offences are, what mens rea and actus reus mean as well as what the difference between absolute and strict liability is. Students will explore the police procedure, different types of evidence and how warrants and “citizen’s arrest” works. Students will learn how the bail system works and why someone might be denied bail. They will also examine the different jobs held by those who can appear in the courtroom including the role of judges and juries. Students will investigate the defences that are acceptable in court and about the different types of defences. Finally, students will learn the factors a judge takes into consideration when determining a sentence and the various sentencing options available to a judge.

UNIT FOUR

International Law

Essential Question: What is international law? How does international law affect domestic law?

  • In this unit, students will learn about the key principles of international law. Students will examine how the United Nations works, its different parts and criticisms of the United Nations. Students will learn about various issues in international law, what the Nuremberg trials were and how these trials affected international law. Students will learn what the International Criminal Court and the Rome Statute are, as well as examine some notable ICC cases and criticisms. Students will also learn about the declaration of the rights of a child and the different roles in an international criminal trial.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of CLN4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours

CPW4U CANADIAN & WORLD POLITICS – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Any university or university/college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English, or social sciences and humanities

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

CPW4U online explores various perspectives on issues in Canadian and world politics. Students will explore political decision-making and ways in which individuals, stakeholder groups, and various institutions, including different levels of government, multinational corporations, and non-governmental organizations, respond to and work to influence domestic and international developments. In CPW4U online, students will apply the concepts of political thinking and the political inquiry process to investigate current political policies, issues, and events, and to develop and communicate informed opinions about them.

UNIT ONE

Political Foundations

Essential Question: What are the conceptual and ideological bases of our current political institutions?

  • In this unit, students will be exploring the concepts and theories behind the political foundations here in Canada and internationally. Students will examine the structure of governments at home and abroad, as well as many of the theories that relate to our government structures. Students will also look at some of the practical applications of political theory and its relation to government actions, both historically and in a contemporary context. Finally, students will be looking at how things like religion, nationalism, and diplomacy impact the political system of a nation and the world.

UNIT TWO

Governments and Canadian & International Politics

Essential Question: How do governments really work, and why? How do political ideologies translate into concrete government structures?

  • In this unit, students will explore ideas and concepts related to the interaction between international governments and organizations. Students will explore ideas related to the classifications of nations and economic status; the role of intergovernmental organizations and how they interact with national governments; how treaties and agreements co-exist with national governments; and the role of foreign policy in the international community.

UNIT THREE

Non-Government Action on Canadian & International Political Issues

Essential Question: Is government the only way to change global politics? How do non-governmental entities affect policy?

  • In this unit, students will explore how individuals, groups, and organizations have the ability to make change in the world. Students will also learn about how local and international issues are connected and affect one another.

UNIT FOUR

Rights and Powers in the International Community

Essential Question: What rights and powers to NGOs have on an international scale? How does the international community function?

  • In this unit, students will explore the powers of non-government actors and agents in the international community. Students will also explore the concept of human rights and how they are protected around the world.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

 

  • This exam is the final evaluation of CPW4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

ENG4U ENGLISH – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: English, Grade 11, University Preparation

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

ENG4U online emphasizes the consolidation of the literacy, communication, and critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in academic and daily life. Students will analyze a range of challenging literary texts from various periods, countries, and cultures; interpret and evaluate informational and graphic texts, and create oral, written, and media texts in a variety of forms. An important focus will be on using academic language coherently and confidently, selecting the reading strategies best suited to particular texts and particular purposes for reading, and developing greater control in writing. ENG4U online is intended to prepare students for university, college or the workplace.

UNIT ONE

Short Stories, Media & Non-Fiction

Essential Question: How do we shape an opinion?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to the major terms and concepts that will build a foundation for this course. Within the unit, students will be examining a variety of short stories and non-fiction pieces using a variety of mediums and media styles.

UNIT TWO

Classic Fiction: The Great Gatsby

Essential Question: How does the historical context contribute towards the theme of Gatsby?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to the concept of social commentary. Students will explore the genre of the novel as a product of its cultural milieu and seek to understand how a work of literature serves as an effective tool for social commentary. Skills taught include an understanding of literary terms, narrative style, as well as, how these techniques enhance meaning in literature. Through the study of this novel, students gain a deeper understanding of the bi-directional relationship between themselves and their environment.

UNIT THREE

Elizabethan Drama: Hamlet

Essential Question: How did Shakespeare create one of the most complex characters in Hamlet?

  • In this unit, students will be provided with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have developed in previous units while extending their facility with literary analysis. Students will read and critically analyze a Shakespearean play. Students will explore the concept of an archetype and its relationship to imagery and classical allusion. Students will enhance their understanding of the phonological and semantic aspects of language through the study of allusion, imagery, and metaphor in Elizabethan drama. At the same time, students will engage in an examination of a wide variety of literary devices. Students will plan oral presentations, conduct research, and write an essay. All activities in this unit relate to the same Shakespearean play Hamlet.

UNIT FOUR - A

Modern Fiction: A Thousand Splendid Suns

Essential Question: How do the literary devices contribute towards theme?

  • In this unit, students will read a modern fiction novel. The novel chosen for this unit A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini reflects a more modern look at the culture of a different country. It will help foster the students awareness of diversity within cultures, and some of the current social issues going on today. This novel study will challenge students and prepare them for their potential to make social commentary.

UNIT FOUR - B

Modern Fiction: One Hundred Years of Solitude

Essential Question: How do the literary devices contribute towards theme?

  • In this unit, students will read a modern fiction novel. The novel chosen for this unit One Hundred Years of Solitude reflects the culture of a different country. It will help foster the students’ awareness of diversity, and some of the current social issues going on today. This novel study will challenge students and prepare them for their potential to make social commentary.

CULMINATING PROJECT

10% of Final Grade

  • This project is one of the final evaluations of ENG4U online. This project is ongoing throughout the entire course and it is meant to supplement the other units of study. This project will be worth 10% of the final grade.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

20% of Final Grade

  • This exam is the final evaluation of ENG4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

ETS4U STUDIES IN LITERATURE – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: English, Grade 11, University Preparation

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

ETS4U online course is for students with a special interest in literature and literary criticism. The course may focus on themes, genres, time periods, or countries. Students will analyze a range of forms and stylistic elements of literary texts and respond personally, critically, and creatively to them. In ETS4U online, students will also assess critical interpretations, write analytical essays, and complete an independent study project.

UNIT ONE

Literary Criticism & Theory

Essential Question: How does the social zeitgeist determine the content, themes, and approaches to literature and literary criticism?

  • In this unit, students will look at various literary theories and ways to judge and evaluate pieces of literature. Literary theories act as different lenses critics use to view and talk about literature. These different lenses allow critics to consider works of art based on certain assumptions within that school of theory. The different lenses also allow critics to focus on particular aspects of a work they consider important.

UNIT TWO

Non-Fiction: Memoirs & Persepolis

Essential Question: How are memoirs different from biographies and how does understanding different textual forms enhance my abilities as an active reader?

  • In this unit, students will study the memoir in depth. A memoir is usually only an anecdote from the author’s life. Students will have the opportunity to read a memoir of their choosing, read the graphic novel “Persepolis” and discuss its validity and effectiveness as a memoir.

UNIT THREE

Novel Study

Essential Question: What does it take for literature to become part of the canon? What can we learn by studying classical literature?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to the English Literary Canon by choosing two novels to read, study and analyze. Chapter questions will help students prepare to write a critical analysis/essay about one of the novels they read.

UNIT FOUR

Poetry

Essential Question: What literary devices and elements make a good poem? What role does poetry play in our lives?

  • In this unit, students will get a “crash course” in poetry over the last 1000 years. Students will read a wide selection of poems and determine which poem is the best-of-the-best.

UNIT FIVE

Introduction: Film and Media

Essential Question: How can we use multiple lenses to critically analyze film and media on a deeper level?

  • In this unit, students will analyze ideologies and archetypes found in film, critique a film through the lens of a literary theory of their choosing and will look at the ways that “old” texts are marketed to new audiences.

CULMINATING PROJECT

30% of Final Grade

  • This project is the final evaluation of ETS4U online. This project is meant to encourage exploration and understanding of a variety of literary forms that best connect with students’ interests, personality and understanding. This project is worth 30% of the final grade.

EWC4U THE WRITER’S CRAFT – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: English, Grade 11, University Preparation

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

EWC4U online emphasizes knowledge and skills related to the craft of writing. Students will analyze models of effective writing; use a workshop approach to produce a range of works; identify and use techniques required for specialized forms of writing; and identify effective ways to improve the quality of their writing. In EWC4U online, students will also complete a major paper as part of a creative or analytical independent study project and investigate opportunities for publication and for writing careers.

UNIT ONE

The Writer's Toolbox

Essential Question: What are some of the significant steps I should take in order to challenge myself to be a more focused writer?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to good writing habits, grammar, and their ongoing writer’s journal. Students will also get started on some creative writing activities as well as complete some interesting longer writing assignments along the way.

UNIT TWO

Writers on Writing

Essential Question: What can I take away from the wisdom of other writers to help improve my own creativity?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to some famous writers from Canada and beyond and what their views on writing and the writing technique are. Students will also be introduced to learning about the career of writing and how words can make an impact on the world of literature and society as a whole.

UNIT THREE

Poetry

Essential Question: How can young writers make an impact with the power of words?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to the world of poetry. Students will be able to learn about different forms of poetry and will view examples of poems in different forms. Students will experiment with writing their own poetry on their own and as a class, and will also be able to dip their toes in spoken word poetry.

UNIT FOUR

Short Stories

Essential Question: How can I incorporate all of the short story elements, symbols, and compressed dialogue in an interesting and effective way?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to short short stories, as well as short stories and will learn all about how to analyze them to look for symbols and deeper messages within. Students will learn how to compress their written dialogue in stories for effectiveness, how to show their story rather than tell it, and will even create their very own short story!

UNIT FIVE

Children's Stories: Fairytales & Dialogue

Essential Question: How can I set aside my more mature aspects about myself to get inside the mind of a child?

  • In this unit, students will get to bring out the kid in them again and play pretend. Students will learn about fairytales, fairytale writing, how to write dialogue, tips on how to write a successful children’s play, and learn from some successful authors along the way. Near the end of this unit, students will even be tasked with creating their very own children’s story or dialogue for a potential children’s play!

UNIT SIX

The Memoir and Execution Poems

Essential Question: What makes my story unique from everybody else's? What is my truth?

  • In this unit, students will be introduced to the world of memoirs. Students will be able to learn about what is included in a memoir and will learn about famous memoirs that already exist. Students will read articles discussing memoir writing, and will also dive into reading a memoir called Execution Poems by George Elliot Clarke. Students will be able to write their own mini-memoir too!

UNIT SEVEN

The Writer's Journal

Essential Question: What has my writing journey been like through this course? How have I improved? What can I still work on?

  • In this unit, students will be tasked with polishing off their very own writer’s journal. Students will have been adding to this as they progress through the course and should now have a compilation of various writing activities. Students now have the opportunity to choose their best works and improve upon them and polish them off.

CULMINATING PROJECT

30% of Final Grade

  • This project is the final evaluation of EWC4U online. This project will challenge students to use the skills they have gained throughout this course. This project is worth 30% of the final grade.

FSF4U CORE FRENCH – GRADE 12

 

PREREQUISITE: Core French, Grade 11, University Preparation

GRADE: 12 (University)

AVAILABILITY: WISS Online

FSF4U online provides extensive opportunities for students to speak and interact in French independently. Students will apply language-learning strategies in a wide variety of real-life situations and will continue to develop their creative and critical thinking skills through responding to and interacting with a variety of oral and written texts. In FSF4U online, students will also continue to enrich their understanding and appreciation of diverse French-speaking communities and to develop the skills necessary for life-long language learning.

UNIT ONE

L'histore de la langue française

Essential Question: How does exploring the history of a language help us understand its structures and the culture of its speakers?

 

  • Cette unité est à propos de l’histoire de la langue française. Pour la grammaire, il y a un revoir des verbes et les pronoms interrogatifs. Il y a aussi de nouveaux mots de vocabulaire.

  • In this unit, students will learn about the history of the French language. In terms of grammar, students will review previously studied verbs and interrogative pronouns. Students will explore new vocabulary words as well.

UNIT TWO

Le Petit Prince

Essential Question: How are literary devices used in a French novel? What role does the novel Le Petit Prince play in French culture?

 

  • Dans cette unité, tu vas lire le court roman Le Petit Prince par Antoine Saint-Euxpéry. Tu vas explorer les messages, les thèmes et les symboles dans l’histoire. En grammaire, tu vas apprendre comment utiliser le faire causatif, l’infinitif passé, et le subjonctif.

  • In this unit, students will read the short novel “The Little Prince” by Antoine Saint-Euxpéry. Students will explore the message, themes and symbolism in the story. Students will also explore the causative, past infinitive, and the subjunctive verb tenses.

UNIT THREE

L'École des femmes (School for Wives)

Essential Question: What is the role of Molière and drama in French culture?

  • Dans cette unité, tu vas lire la pièce de théâtre L’École des femmes, par Molière. Tu vas pratiquer le français oral et apprendre comment faire les liaisons.

  • In this unit, students will read the play “L’École des Femmes” by Molière. Students will practice their oral communication in French and learn how to make connections between the text and themes.

UNIT FOUR

Les Contes de fées

Essential Question: What is the role of fables, folk tales, and fairy tales in French culture?

  • Dans cette unité, tu vas lire quelques contes de fées par Charles Perrault. Tu vas apprendre comment écrire une dissertation comparative et écris une dissertation à 1000 mots.

  • In this unit, students will read fairy tales by Charles Perrault. Students will learn how to write a comparative essay and produce a 1000 word written composition.

FINAL EXAM

Proctored Exam

30% of Final Grade

 

  • This exam is the final evaluation of FSF4U online. Students need to arrange their final exam 10 days in advance. All coursework should be completed and submitted before writing the final exam, please be advised that once the exam is written, any outstanding coursework will be given a grade of zero. The exam will be two hours.

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