English 10-1 is the first year high school English course for students who are working towards a high school diploma. The course assumes that you have completed Grade Nine English Language Arts in junior high school and are intending to complete a high school diploma. English 10-1 is designed to lead to English 20-1 and then English 30-1 to fulfill high school graduation requirements.

Description: (5 credits)

Knowledge and Employability English language arts highlights six language arts—listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing and representing.

Prerequisite:

  • None

Description (5 credits):

Knowledge and Employability English language arts highlights six language arts—listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing and representing.

Prerequisite:

  • ELA10-4

Description: (5 credits)

English 30-1 is the final academic English course in the typical three-year high school program. Since it  prepares students for post-secondary study, this course focuses on honing students’ skill in the use and understanding of the English language and its literature. This is a diploma course where students will write a government exam for 50% of their mark.

Prerequisite:

  • English 20-1

Description: (5 credits) 

English 30-2 is primarily a functional English course. The major focus of the course is to reinforce the students’ practical reading, writing, listening and viewing skills. This is a diploma course where students will write a government exam for 50% of their mark.

Prerequisite:

  • English 20-2 or 40% (or greater) in English 20-1