Foundations of Math 10 French Immersion
Prerequisite Math 9 FI
This course is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary programs. Topics include: measurement, trigonometry, exponents, polynomials, factoring, irrational numbers, and relations and functions.
Foundations of Math 20 French Immersion
Prerequisite: Math Foundations 10 FI
This course is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for post-secondary studies in programs that do not require the study of theoretical calculus. Topics include: logical reasoning, proportional reasoning, geometry, trigonometry, algebra, statistics and probability.
French Integre A20 French Integre B20
Prerequisite French Immersion 10
The integrated courses are offered for two credits in the immersion program. In these courses, the study of language is integrated with other disciplines. F In FI A20 students study issues affecting society and how they are reflected in French language cinema. In FI B20, students study the basics of psychology and apply their new knowledge of persuasion in the marketing and entrepreneurship units.
French Immersion 10
Prerequisite French Language Arts 9
French Immersion 10 is a course that provides the student with the opportunity to develop the ability to use the French language as an instrument of personal and social communication. Students will improve their listening, reading, writing, and oral skills through a study of French literature, grammar and media.
The goal of the French Immersion program is to encourage in the student an interest for both the written and spoken language and to develop a linguistic competence which will
allow for the comprehension and production of written and oral messages. As well, the program encourages students to use the language as a tool of communication.
Prerequisite: Science 9 FI
This course is a continuation of Science 9, It is a general survey course with units of study including motion, chemistry and ecology. The connections among science, technology and society are emphasized.
Prerequisite: Social Studies 9 FI
The purpose of the Histoire 10 course is to help students understand the institutions of industrialized democratic societies. A variety of societies throughout the world will be studied, as well as societies from the past (18th and 19th century
This course consists of 5 main units:
1. Political decision making 2. Economic Decision making
3. Idealology and the decision making process 4. International and economic relations and 5. International political relations.
Prerequisite Histoire 10
This course generally covers the same topics and material as the History 20 course. The language of instruction is French.
1. La destruction de l’ordre ancien
2. L’état totalitaire
3. La souveraineté nationale et la sécurité collective
4. L’autodétermination et les superpuissances
5. Les enjeux mondiau
Mieux Etre 10
Wellness 10 is a combination of physical education and health education. This class emphasizes the need for balance between mind, body and spirit. Its aim is the development of a wellness philosophy and the pursuit of wellness as a lifelong behaviour pattern. This is achieved through a variety of individual and group physical activities. Areas of focus are the Physical, Spiritual, Psychological and Social dimensions of health where students learn about and implement healthy choices in all areas through a Person Plan for wellness.
French Immersion 20
Prerequisite: French Immersion 10
This is a course which provides students with the opportunity to use the French language as an instrument of personal and social communication. Students will improve their listening, reading, writing and oral skills through a study of French literature, grammar, media study and culture. The language of instruction is French
French Immersion 30
Prerequisite: French Immersion 20
This is a course which provides students with the opportunity to use the French language as an instrument of personal and social communication. Students will improve their listening, reading, writing and oral skills through a study of French literature, grammar, media study and culture.
For more information about available courses, please contact:
Marian Andrews– Career Guidance
306 425 2255 ext. 236