This course models the traditional academic English course, developing skills in the context of reading and writing about literature, including Canadian literature from a variety of genres, in order to prepare learners for post-secondary academic English courses. Two main goals are for learners to develop awareness and appreciation for literature and to hone their ability to express themselves orally and in writing.


The goal of EDSS 60: Education and Student Success is to develop the learning skills, study strategies and self-awareness necessary for students to experience success as life-long learners.

English 66 (Essential English) provides students with practical skills in reading, writing and communicating. This course meets the basic English requirements for the Adult Graduation Diploma. It is for students who do not intend to take college level English classes, as it is not recognized as a prerequisite for post-secondary courses. It is useful for students planning on heading directly into the job market, entering a post-secondary trades course, or the Health Care Aide program. English 66 meets the Advanced English prerequisite.

 

 

History 62/63 presents a survey of 20th century world history. It is the equivalent of History 12 in the British Columbia secondary school curriculum. The six units of the course focus on World War 1, the peace settlement and the peacetime world in the 1920s, the Great Depression and other 1930s phenomenon, World War II, the era of the Cold War and the Third World.