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Accounting 11

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Accounting 11 explores the fundamental concepts of accounting. Students will use templated spreadsheets (Google Sheets,...

Accounting 11

Accounting 11 explores the fundamental concepts of accounting. Students will use templated spreadsheets (Google Sheets, Excel) to develop their understanding in the following areas: the accounting equation, basic financial statements such as the balance sheet and ledgers, journaling and source documents, the accounting cycle, analyzing business decisions from an accounting point of view. This course is ideal for the student wanting to pursue a career in accounting or book keeping or who may operate a small business in the future.

Major Units & Topics

The Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet Accounts

The Income Statement

The Journal and the Ledger

The Worksheet and Classified Financial Statements

Completing the Accounting Cycle of a Service Business

Assessment

Homework/In class assignments 60%

Quizzes, Tests 30%

Participation 10%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

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Accounting 12

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Accounting 12 builds on the concepts covered in Accounting 11. Students will use templated spreadsheets...

Accounting 12

Accounting 12 builds on the concepts covered in Accounting 11. Students will use templated spreadsheets (Google Sheets, Excel) to extends learning to include the concepts of inventory, taxation, depreciation and advanced financial statements. This course is ideal for the student wanting to pursue a career in accounting or book keeping or who may operate a small business in the future.

Major Units & Topics

Product Accounting/ Taxes

Different Ledgers and Journals

Working through the entire accounting cycle for merchandising companies

Like most other subjects, success in accounting comes through hard work and repetition of new ideas. For this reason the majority of our time will be spent on working through accounting problems, with a smaller portion of allotted to working with vocabulary and theory.

Assessment

Homework/In class assignments 60%

Tests 40%

Prerequisites

Accounting 11

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Applied Skills (Woodwork) 12

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Applied Skills is a project-based course where you can get guidance and support as you...

Applied Skills (Woodwork) 12

Applied Skills is a project-based course where you can get guidance and support as you work. By the end of the course, you will have learned the essentials of workplace safety and have completed three projects you can be proud of.

Major Units & Topics

Project-based learning

Assessment

Proposal/Planning 30%

Weekly Logs 20%

Presentation 50%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Applied Skills (Woodworking) 10

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Applied Skills is a project-based course where you can get guidance and support as you...

Applied Skills (Woodworking) 10

Applied Skills is a project-based course where you can get guidance and support as you work. By the end of the course, you will have learned the essentials of workplace safety and have completed three projects you can be proud of.

Major Units & Topics

Project-based learning

Assessment

Proposal/Planning 30%

Weekly Logs 20%

Presentation 50%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Applied Skills (Woodworking) 11

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Applied Skills is a project-based course where you can get guidance and support as you...

Applied Skills (Woodworking) 11

Applied Skills is a project-based course where you can get guidance and support as you work. By the end of the course, you will have learned the essentials of workplace safety and have completed three projects you can be proud of.

Major Units & Topics

Project-based learning

Assessment

Proposal/Planning 30%

Weekly Logs 20%

Presentation 50%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Automotive Technology 11

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Aimed at young drivers-to-be, this course explains the fundamentals of auto mechanics, describes the 250...

Automotive Technology 11

Aimed at young drivers-to-be, this course explains the fundamentals of auto mechanics, describes the 250 most important car parts and how they work, teaches the basics of servicing, maintaining, and repairing the typical automobile.

Major Units & Topics

Shop Safety, Running Gear, Power Train, Fuel Systems

Assessment

Theory 60%

Practical 40%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

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Automotive Technology 12

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Aimed at young drivers-to-be, this course explains the fundamentals of auto mechanics, describes the 250...

Automotive Technology 12

Aimed at young drivers-to-be, this course explains the fundamentals of auto mechanics, describes the 250 most important car parts and how they work, teaches the basics of servicing, maintaining, and repairing the typical automobile.

Major Units & Topics

Shop Safety, Exhaust & Emissions, Electrical Systems, Cooling Systems, Brakes

Assessment

Theory 60%

Practical 40%

Prerequisites

Automotive Technology 11

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

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CompuTech 8

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Learn to compute with TLA’s Head of Technology, Mr. Hewlett, and your very own Raspberry...

CompuTech 8

Learn to compute with TLA’s Head of Technology, Mr. Hewlett, and your very own Raspberry Pi (latest version)! This course guides students through the basics of computing, from hardware to programming to real-world applications, using a flexible project-based approach focused on the Raspberry Pi computing platform. This approach ensures a solid foundation, while allowing students to engage with computing at multiple grade-levels (Grades 8-10), skill-levels (beginner through intermediate), and interests (software development, web-design, robotics, and the Internet of Things).

An interest in technology, the creativity to invent/explore Pi-tech projects, a willingness to invest whatever time and resources are necessary to develop those projects are all that is needed for this course.

A synchronous online option is available to out-of-towners using video-conferencing and other remote-presence technologies.

Major Units & Topics

Build Your Own Computer!

How to Start Using Your Computer Creatively

Learning to Program in Scratch and/or Python Final Project

Assessment

Assignments: 30%

Project Proposals: 20%

Term 2 Project: 20%

Final Project: 30%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

1.5 hours in class

Credits Earned

Location

Hawthorne Square

Tuition

$50

Computech 9

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Learn to compute with TLA’s Head of Technology, Mr. Hewlett, and your very own Raspberry...

Computech 9

Learn to compute with TLA’s Head of Technology, Mr. Hewlett, and your very own Raspberry Pi (latest version)! This course guides students through the basics of computing, from hardware to programming to real-world applications, using a flexible project-based approach focused on the Raspberry Pi computing platform. This approach ensures a solid foundation, while allowing students to engage with computing at multiple grade-levels (Grades 8-10), skill-levels (beginner through intermediate), and interests (software development, web-design, robotics, and the Internet of Things). An interest in technology, the creativity to invent/explore Pi-tech projects, a willingness to invest whatever time and resources are necessary to develop those projects are all that is needed for this course.

A synchronous online option is available to out-of-towners using video-conferencing and other remote-presence technologies.

Major Units & Topics

Build Your Own Computer!

How to Start Using Your Computer Creatively

Learning to Program in Scratch and/or Python

Final Project

Assessment

Assignments: 30%

Project Proposals: 20%

Term 2 Project: 20%

Final Project: 30%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

One and one-half hours weekly in class, another hour at home.

Credits Earned

Location

Hawthorne Square

Tuition

$50 for Blended, $0 for Online

Computer Programming 11

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Programming 11 is an introductory course intended for students with little or no previous programming...

Computer Programming 11

Programming 11 is an introductory course intended for students with little or no previous programming experience . This course leads students through developing mobile programs in a graphical drag-n-drop environment. Students will learn to create mobile apps for Android devices and gain a basic understanding of the computer as it relates to software. They will learn to create event-driven programs with user interface elements, and developing programming structures, algorithms and applying coding standards.

Upon completion of the course students will have a portfolio that will record their exploration and digital creations.

Major Units & Topics

Groundwork

Welcome to Event-Driven Apps

Build Drawing and 2D Animated Games Apps

Build Apps with Texting and Location Sensing

Build Quizzes and Other Informational Apps

Software Engineering and Procedural Abstraction

Build Apps with User-Generated Data

Web-Enabled Apps

History of Programming

Final Creative Project

Assessment

Assignments: 60%

Quizzes: 10%

Glossaries and Reflections: 10%

Creative Projects: 20%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Computer Technology 8

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Computer Technology 8 is a theme-based course where you learn to iteratively design, create, test...

Computer Technology 8

Computer Technology 8 is a theme-based course where you learn to iteratively design, create, test and share creations using your computer. The goal is to give you opportunities to explore new software tools and technology topics that are relevant in your life.

The course does not use a textbook, rather students are encouraged to find information through a variety of sources including videos, readings, presentations, and independent research. Parents should be willing to read through assignments when a student is confused and engage in the problem-solving process as well as assist the student with time management and responding to teacher emails.

Major Units & Topics

Students work through modules to learn about computer tools for everyday communication, digital literacy, and citizenship as well as digital design, computational thinking through making games and ending the course with a final creative showcase.

Assessment
Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Students should expect to spend around one hour each week (or less depending on skill level) to complete the assignments.

Credits Earned

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Computer Technology 9

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Computer Technology 9 is a theme-based course where you learn to prototype ideas then design,...

Computer Technology 9

Computer Technology 9 is a theme-based course where you learn to prototype ideas then design, create, test and share digital creations with your community. The goal is to give you opportunities to explore new technology topics and build mastery in existing skills. The course uses videos, readings, presentations, and independent research to gather information. Parents should be willing to read through assignments when a student is confused and engage in the problem-solving process as well as assist the student with time management and responding to teacher emails.

Major Units & Topics

Including, but not limited to Computer Systems and Networks, Programming and 3D Modelling

Assessment

Includes projects and presentations

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

One hour weekly

Credits Earned

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Food Studies 10

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Students will explore the wonderful world of cooking and baking, completing a variety of tasty...

Food Studies 10

Students will explore the wonderful world of cooking and baking, completing a variety of tasty labs. Assignments such as meal planning, preparing a 3 course meal, or food trends are just a few of the tasks covered. Parent assessment in marking labs is required, and photos of lab work must also be submitted.

Major Units & Topics

The Canadian Kitchen

M1: Food Preservation, Breakfast, Desserts

Safety

M2: Soup, Bread, Salad, Dinner, (Supper Part 1, Supper Part 2)

M3: Meal Planning, Careers, Electives

Assessment

Assignments, quizzes, forums, video = 30%

Labs = 70%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Food Studies 11

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Students will prepare an array of international foods, learning through multi-resource instruction, activities and food...

Food Studies 11

Students will prepare an array of international foods, learning through multi-resource instruction, activities and food labs. Parent assessment in marking labs is required, and photos of lab work must also be submitted.

Major Units & Topics

M1: Food & Kitchen Safety, Modifying & Designing Recipes, Latin American & Western/Northern European Foods

M2: Southern/Central/Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa

M3: Australia, Oceania, Electives

Assessment

Assignments, quizzes, forums, video = 30%

Labs = 70%

Prerequisites

Foods 10 if they do not have any experience with cooking and baking

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Food Studies 12

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Cooking or baking, if the culinary arts are your passion then this is the class...

Food Studies 12

Cooking or baking, if the culinary arts are your passion then this is the class for you. Learn a lifelong skill. Parent assessment in marking labs is required, and photos of lab work must also be submitted.

Major Units & Topics

TBD

Assessment

Assignments, quizzes, forums, video = 30%

Labs = 70%

Prerequisites

Food Studies 10 or 11 if they only have minimal experience

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Food Studies 8

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Foods Studies 8 will give students the opportunity to learn how to plan and prepare...

Food Studies 8

Foods Studies 8 will give students the opportunity to learn how to plan and prepare healthy and delicious meals.

The course will also require students to think critically about where their food comes from and the importance of food sustainability. Students will be encouraged to personalize the recipes to their needs and family circumstances.

Although this is an Online course much of the work will naturally be taking place in your kitchen and under parent supervision. Students are expected to do all the prep work, cooking, and clean up themselves. However, parents should feel free to offer them advice and guidance.

Major Units & Topics
Assessment

Many of the cooking labs have a self-assessment and parent (or another supervising adult)-assessment.

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Students can expect to spend an hour and a half a week on course requirements.

Credits Earned

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Foods and Nutrition 7

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Foods Studies 7 will give students the opportunity to learn how to plan and prepare...

Foods and Nutrition 7

Foods Studies 7 will give students the opportunity to learn how to plan and prepare healthy and delicious meals. Students will learn how to read recipes, prepare simple foods from scratch using a variety of techniques and tools, and learn to make nutritious choices when eating and cooking. The course will also require students to think critically about where their food comes from. Students will be encouraged to personalize the recipes to their needs and family circumstances.

Although this is an Online course much of the work will naturally be taking place in your kitchen and under parent supervision. Students are expected to do all the prep work, cooking, and clean up themselves. However, parents should feel free to offer them advice and guidance.

Major Units & Topics
Assessment

Many of the cooking labs have a self-assessment and parent (or another supervising adult)-assessment.

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Students can expect to spend an hour and a half a week on course requirements.

Credits Earned

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Foods Studies 9

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Foods Studies 9 will give students the opportunity to learn how to plan and prepare...

Foods Studies 9

Foods Studies 9 will give students the opportunity to learn how to plan and prepare healthy and delicious meals. Students will be encouraged to personalize the recipes to their needs and family circumstances.
Much of the work will naturally be taking place in your kitchen and under parent supervision. Students are expected to do all the prep work, cooking, and clean up themselves. However, parents should feel free to offer them advice and guidance.

Major Units & Topics

Students will learn how to read recipes, prepare simple foods from scratch using a variety of techniques and tools, and learn to make nutritious choices when eating and cooking. The course will also require students to think critically about where their food comes from and the importance of food sustainability.

Assessment

Many of the cooking labs have a self-assessment and parent (or another supervising adult)-assessment.

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

One and a half hours weekly

Credits Earned

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Introduction to Agriculture

Major Units & Topics
Assessment
Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Credits Earned

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Marketing and Promotion 11

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The marketing industry plays a key role in shaping the world we live in. The...

Marketing and Promotion 11

The marketing industry plays a key role in shaping the world we live in. The characteristics of the sports and entertainment industry bears some resemblance to traditional marketing but there are notable differences. You’ll have the opportunity to explore basic marketing principles (pricing, distribution, promotion) and delve deeper into how professional athletes, sports teams, and well known entertainers are marketed as commodities.

Major Units & Topics

Basic Principles of Marketing

Introductions to Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Principles of Effective Marketing

Diversity and Demographics

Event Marketing

Product Marketing

Sponsorship and Endorsements

Finances

Careers in Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Societal and Cultural Influences

Assessment

Assignments - 80%

Midterm - 10%

Final Exam - 10%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

STEM 7

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class...

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class activities including experiments, games, project-based learning, oral presentations, discussions, research, hands-on activities, textbook work, and quizzes.

Math enrichment is available for students achieving 95% in the course. A core math program is available upon request. Parents are expected to supervise homework.

Major Units & Topics

For Science 7, students will learn about magnetism, alternative energy resources, classification of matter, chemical change, climate change, fossils, and natural selection.

For Math 7 students will learn about decimals, fractions, area of triangles/quadrilaterals/circles, integers, and solving equations.

For ADST 7, students will do simple projects on coding, drafting, hand sewing, and woodworking with hand tools.

Assessment
Prerequisites

Pre-requisite skills for students who do not need EA support should include the ability to work independently for 20 minutes, read/write a paragraph and completion of Math 6.

Time Commitment

Three hours in class and 2 hours a week of homework which includes readings and review.

Credits Earned

Location

Hawthorne Square

Tuition

$100

STEM 7

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STEM 7 integrates the learning requirements for Science, Technology and Math into one course. The...

STEM 7 integrates the learning requirements for Science, Technology and Math into one course. The activities encompass a variety of online and hands-on tasks that are broken down into a weekly schedule within the course so students can easily follow along and ensure they are on track to finish by the end of the year.

This course uses a variety of Gizmos, worksheets, online resources, videos, and hands-on activities. There are two textbooks for the course that supplement learning for both math and science. A student should plan to spend at least three hours each week to gain the most learning from the activities in the course and remain on track to finish in June. Parents should plan to help their child manage their time, check that all tasks from each week have been completed and provide assistance for a concept that is proving harder to learn. The teacher will generally include parents in responses to student questions however students are expected to contact the course teacher independently as needed.

Major Units & Topics
Assessment
Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Three to five hours weekly

Credits Earned

Location

Online

Tuition

0

STEM 8

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class...

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class activities including experiments, games, project-based learning, oral presentations, discussions, research, hands-on activities, textbook work, and quizzes.

Math enrichment is available for students achieving 95% in the course. A core math program is available upon request.

Major Units & Topics

For Science 8, students will learn about light, the cell, kinetic molecular theory, and density.

For Math 8 students will learn about fractions, ratios, surface area, volume, integers, and solving equations.

For ADST 8, students will do simple projects on coding, drafting, hand sewing, and woodworking with hand tools.

Assessment
Prerequisites

Pre-requisite skills for students who do not need EA support should include the ability to work independently for 20 minutes, read/write a paragraph and completion of Math 7.

Time Commitment

Three hours in class, another 2.5 hours at home

Credits Earned

Location

Hawthorne Square

Tuition

$100

STEM 9

For Science 9, students will learn about electricity, cellular reproduction, periodic table, and naming/formulas for...

For Science 9, students will learn about electricity, cellular reproduction, periodic table, and naming/formulas for ionic/covalent compounds. For Math 9 students will learn about rational numbers, exponent rules, polynomials, linear equations, and solving multi-step equations. For ADST 9, students will do a marketing project.

Major Units & Topics
Assessment

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class activities including experiments, games, project-based learning, oral presentations, discussions, research, hands-on activities, textbook work, and quizzes.

Prerequisites

Pre-requisite skills for students who do not need EA support should include the ability to work independently for 30 minutes, read/write a paragraph and completion of Math 8. Math enrichment is available for students achieving 95% in the course. A core math program is available upon request.

Time Commitment

Three Hours weekly in class, and the amount of homework students do at home varies greatly from person to person, but in general, one can expect to do 3 hours a week of homework which includes readings and review. Parents are expected to supervise homework.

Credits Earned

Location

Hawthorne Square

Tuition

$100

Textiles 10

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Textiles 10 combines hands-on sewing projects with rich instructional lessons. It gives students an opportunity...

Textiles 10

Textiles 10 combines hands-on sewing projects with rich instructional lessons. It gives students an opportunity to develop their sewing skills, build their understanding of textiles and fashion, and creatively express themselves with fabric as their medium. Students must have a sewing machine and equipment.

Major Units & Topics

Safety First, Fabric Properties

M1: Hand Sewing & Hems, Tools of the Trade, Preparing for Sewing Projects

M2: Projects and Parent Assessment, Elements and Principles of Design, History of Sewing and Design.

M3: Projects and Parent Assessments, Recycling and Textiles, Careers in Textiles.

Assessment

Major assignment = 35%

Projects = 50%

Minor assignments = 15%

Prerequisites

Must have access to a sewing machine and someone with some sewing experience they can go to for help if needed.

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Textiles 11

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Students have the opportunity to develop their sewing skills, creating personal projects while building their...

Textiles 11

Students have the opportunity to develop their sewing skills, creating personal projects while building their understanding of the physical and chemical properties of fabrics, and examine the ethical and economic issues in textile production. Students must have a sewing machine and equipment.

Major Units & Topics

M1: Applied Design

M2: Applied Skills

M3: Applied Technologies

Assessment

Major assignment = 35%

Projects = 50%

Minor assignments = 15%

Prerequisites

Textiles 10 if just starting to sew. Students must have access to a sewing machine and someone with some sewing experience they can go to for help if needed.

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Textiles 12

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If sewing is your thing, then you will love this class. You can create projects...

Textiles 12

If sewing is your thing, then you will love this class. You can create projects at a more advanced level, working with sewing machines and sergers to create beautiful textile projects. (serger not required) Of course, you must have a sewing machine and equipment.

Major Units & Topics

TBD

Assessment

Major assignment = 35%

Projects = 50%

Minor assignments = 15%

Prerequisites

Textiles 10 if just learning to sew, Textiles 11 if they have some experience. Must have their own sewing machine

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Tourism 12

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With greater disposable income and more opportunities for business travel, people are traversing the globe...

Tourism 12

With greater disposable income and more opportunities for business travel, people are traversing the globe in growing numbers. As a result, hospitality and tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. This course will introduce students to the hospitality and tourism industry, including hotel and restaurant management, cruise ships, spas, resorts, theme parks, and other areas. Student will learn about key hospitality issues, the development and management of tourist locations, event planning, marketing, and environmental issues related to leisure and travel. The course also examines some current and future trends in the field.

Major Units & Topics

Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism

Careers in the Hospitality and Tourism Field

Hotels

Restaurants and Food Service

Travel Planning

Event Planning and Conventions/Exhibitions

Theme Parks and Recreation

Cruise Ships and Resorts

Assessment
Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

Web Development 10

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Thousands of web pages are published everyday using code, code created by a web developer....

Web Development 10

Thousands of web pages are published everyday using code, code created by a web developer. Web Development 10 (ICTM10) introduces students to the fundamental technologies behind the Internet. It walks through the tools, languages and types of jobs that are currently available.

Students will learn about the relationship between web structure and content (HTML), style and design, cascading style sheet (CSS) functionality and interactivity (JavaScript). They will generate ideas, create website designs and prototypes. As they interactively test and consider the user experience, students will refine their website creation for a final showcase project.

Major Units & Topics

Unit 1: Getting Started - What is the Web?

Unit 2: HTML - Structuring Websites

Unit 3: CSS - Styling Websites

Unit 4: Project - Create Your Homepage

Unit 5: Designing User Interfaces

Unit 6: Final Project

Advanced HTML and CSS

Assessment

Assignments 50%

Quizzes & Forums 25%

Projects 25%

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of the internet, it's functions and a desire to learn web-based coding is erquired.

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Tuition

0

WebTech 10

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ADST

WebTech (aka CompuTech: The Sequel) will teach you how to run your own little corner...

WebTech 10

WebTech (aka CompuTech: The Sequel) will teach you how to run your own little corner of the internet by focusing on (among other things):

  • creating your own web-pages with HTML and CSS,
  • setting up and programming dynamic web-sites and web-applications with JavaScript and PHP (and some SQL)
  • turning old computers (and even your Raspberry Pi!) into web-servers to host your own (and/or others’) web-sites
  • buying and configuring your own domain name.
Major Units & Topics

Build Your Own Webserver!

Hand-Coding Static Websites

Deploying and Programming Dynamic Websites

Final Project

Assessment

Assignments: 30%

Project Proposals: 20%

Term 2 Project: 20%

Final Project: 30%

Prerequisites

CompuTech - or a demonstration of prerequisite skills/knowledge in a variety of relevant areas.

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Cloverdale

Tuition

$150

WebTech 11

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ADST

WebTech (aka CompuTech: The Sequel) will teach you how to run your own little corner...

WebTech 11

WebTech (aka CompuTech: The Sequel) will teach you how to run your own little corner of the internet by focusing on (among other things):

  • creating your own web-pages with HTML and CSS
  • setting up and programming dynamic web-sites and web-applications with JavaScript and PHP (and some SQL)
  • turning old computers (and even your Raspberry Pi!) into web-servers to host your own (and/or others’) web-sites
  • buying and configuring your own domain name
Major Units & Topics

Build Your Own Webserver!

Hand-Coding Static Websites

Deploying and Programming Dynamic Websites

Final Project

Assessment

Assignments: 30%

Project Proposals: 20%

Term 2 Project: 20%

Final Project: 30%

Prerequisites

CompuTech - or a demonstration of prerequisite skills/knowledge in a variety of relevant areas.

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Cloverdale

Tuition

$150

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