EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS
Academic Excellence - Athletic Prowess - Artistic Integrity
 
English Department
Staff:
              
Mr. J. Bremner
Mrs. E. Davenport
Mr. A. Hunt
Mr. M. King
Mr. K. Sled
Mr. M. Stanley
Mrs K. Carroll
 

Course Outlines

ENG1D - Grade 9 English – Academic

ENG 1D-Grade 9 Academic English-Mr Hunt

ENG1P - Grade 9 English – Applied
ENG1L - Grade 9 English – Locally Developed
ENG2D - Grade 10 English – Academic
ENG2P - Grade 10 English – Applied
ENG2L - Grade 10 English – Locally Developed
ENG3U - Grade 11 English - University Preparation
ENG3C - Grade 11 English – College Preparation
ENG3E - Grade 11 English - Workplace Preparation
EMS30 - Grade 11 Media Studies - Open

ENG4U - Grade 12 English - University Preparation
ENG4C - Grade 12 English - College Preparation
ENG4E - Grade 12 English - Workplace Preparation
EWC4U - Grade 12 The Writer’s Craft - University Preparation

ESL A to E-English as a Second Language

OLC 30/40-Gr 11/12 Literacy Course

Course Calendar Descriptions

 

The English curriculum is based on the belief that language learning is critical to responsible and productive citizenship, and that all students can become successful language learners.  The curriculum is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills that they need to achieve this goal. It aims to help students become successful language learners. 

Literacy development is a communal project, and the teaching of literacy skills is embedded across the Ontario curriculum. However, it is the English curriculum that is dedicated to developing the knowledge and skills on which literacy is based – that is, knowledge and skills in the areas of listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing.

 

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