Description:

Big History takes on these questions that originate with the dawn of time, and gives students a framework to tell the story of humanity’s place in the Universe. It’s more than a history course. Big History helps students see the overall picture and make sense of the pieces: it looks at the past from the Big Bang to modernity, seeking out common themes and patterns that can help us better understand people, civilizations, and the world we live in. By teaching students to explore these connections, and to effectively question, analyze and postulate, it provides a foundation for thinking not only about the past, but also the future and the changes that are reshaping our world

Prerequisite:

None

Course Description:

Students develop project design and management skills to extend and enhance competencies and skills in other CTS courses through contexts that are personally relevant.

Prerequisite:

  • One intermediate tourism course

AND

  • one other CTS course from any level or occupation area.

Description:

Students demonstrate knowledge of world tourism and geography by presenting travel information regarding various tourism regions of the world.

Prerequisite:

  • TOU2060

Description:

Students demonstrate knowledge of world tourism and geography by presenting travel information about North America and at least one other world region.

Prerequisite:

  • TOU1010

Description: Students analyze the organizational structure of the tourism industry at local, provincial, national and global levels. Students will perform introductory investigations of employment opportunities in tourism.

Prerequisite: none

Course Description:

Students learn about law that protect and benefit employees and employers, contracts of employment, unions and collective bargaining, and current employment issues.

 Prerequisite: None

Course Description:

Students identify and describe the issues and legal considerations that may arise when individuals travel domestically and internationally.

Prerequisite:

None

Description: Students analyze in detail landmark decisions and their influence on society.

Prerequisite: none

Description:

Students examine fundamental attitudes, knowledge and skills to prepare for further study in career pathways in health, recreation and community services. Concepts related to the determinants of health, the dimensions of wellness, basic principles of anatomy, physiology and disease, and basic safety and reporting protocols for providing care to individuals in health, recreation, volunteer and community support settings are reviewed.

Prerequisite:

  • None

Description: Students acquire the attitudes, skills and knowledge for achieving and maintaining digestive health, and gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite: HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

Description:

Students explore the structure and function of the musculoskeletal system, gain an understanding of conditions of the musculoskeletal system and an appreciation for the benefits of practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite:

  • HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

Description: Students examine the Canadian income tax system through the preparation of a variety of personal income tax returns, completed manually and electronically.

Prerequisite: none

Description:

Students explore concepts that affect the finances of an individual, including a code of conduct, the economic environment, acquiring and using financial resources and the effects of government legislation.

Prerequisite:

  • None

Description: Students discover the world of fashion designers

Prerequisite: None 

Description:

Students learn how to safely use and care for sewing and pressing equipment, and apply these skills during project assembly.

Prerequisite:

None

Description:

Students develop an understanding of consumerism and consumption rates, their complexity and how they impact sustainable development.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Please note: This course was designed for use on a Mobile device but can be completed on any device.

Description: Students apply the fundamentals of robotics systems and basic robotics functions.

Prerequisite: None

Description: Students explore new possibilities in design, including the role of the designer and the challenges that are faced by designers.

Prerequisite:

  • None

Description: Students develop a historical framework and study the importance and relevance of design within a cultural context by examining past and contemporary examples of designed artifacts.

Prerequisite:

  • None

Description: Students build on work done in CTR2310: Career Directions—Expansion to update their learning/career plan, and to ensure their career tool kit can support them as they make the transition from high school into the workplace or post-secondary learning.

Prerequisite: None

Description: Students examine the role of volunteers in a community, perform as volunteers and evaluate their volunteering experience. 

Prerequisite: None