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Title: Lorne Park Secondary School Grade 10 Option Selection 2015-2016


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Lorne Park Secondary SchoolGrade 10 Option
Selection2015-2016
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GETTING STARTED
  • Use www.myblueprint.ca to plan and research
    course selections offered.
  • Talk to your teacher or counsellor if you need
    more information.

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PATHWAYS
  • UNIVERSITY
  • COLLEGE
  • APPRENTICESHIP
  • WORK

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Review of OSSD Requirements
  • O.S.S. Diploma Requirements
  • 30 Credits (18 Compulsory, 12 Optional)
  • 40 Hours of Community Involvement
  • Successful completion of the Literacy Test

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Compulsory Credit Requirements
  • 4 English
  • 3 Math
  • 2 Science
  • 1 Arts
  • 1 Canadian Geography
  • 1 Canadian History
  • 1/2 Career Studies
  • 1/2 Civics
  • 1 French
  • 1 Health and Phys. Ed.
  • Group 1
  • An additional credit in Canadian World
    Studies, English, Social Science, A
    Second Language, Guidance, or Co-op
  • Group 2
  • An additional credit in Art,
    Business, Phys.Ed, A Second
    Language or Co-op
  • Group 3
  • An additional credit in Science (grade
    11/12), Technological Education, Computer
    Studies, A Second Language or Co-op

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Types of Courses - Pathways
  • U University Preparation Courses (previous
    academic stream)
  • Designed to meet entrance requirements for
    university programs i.e. ENG3U0 and ENG4U0
  • Larger class sizes
  • More theoretical
  • Faster pace
  • More suitable for independent learner
  • C College Preparation Courses (previous applied
    stream)
  • Designed to meet the requirements for college
    programs
  • i.e. ENG3C0 and ENG4C0
  • Smaller class sizes
  • More hands-on activities
  • real-life applications

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Types of Courses Pathways (continued)
  • M University/College Preparation Courses
  • Designed to prepare students to meet the
    entrance requirements for both university and
    college programs (AWQ3M0 and TGJ3M0)
  • O Open Level Courses
  • Appropriate for all students
  • Usually elective courses (PAL3OM or CGG3O0)
  • Can use for college admission
  • E Workplace Preparation Courses
  • Appropriate for students entering the workplace
    only (MEL3E0 and MEL4E0)

9
University Pathway
  • Students need six grade 12 U or M level courses
    to qualify for general university admission.
    Specific courses or prerequisites will vary
    depending on the university program
  • Examples ENG4U0 or BOH4M0
  • Students should investigate grade 12 course
    prerequisites before selecting grade 11 courses
  • Examples SBI3U0 for SBI4U0
  • Research now
  • www.electronicinfo.ca or www.myBlueprint.ca
  • Attend university presentations in lecture hall
  • Gather university guide books (in guidance) and
    check websites
  • Visit the universities

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College Pathway
  • Students need six grade 11 and 12 courses offered
    at the open (O), college (C), university/college
    level (M), or university (U) for diplomas or
    certificates. College degrees require six grade
    12 U or M courses
  • Marks of 65 or higher are typically required for
    admission. Each program varies. May also require
    additional admission information, such as a
    portfolio, interview or an audition
  • Do the research now www.ontariocolleges.ca or
    myBlueprint.ca. Visit the colleges, gather
    guide books (in guidance). Visit the
    presentations at Lorne Park during lunch in the
    lecture hall

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College and University Info
  • College
  • www.ontariocolleges.ca
  • Individual college sites
  • www.myBlueprint.ca
  • University
  • www.ouac.on.ca
  • www.electronicinfo.ca
  • Individual university sites
  • www.myBlueprint.ca

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Math Pathways
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Science Courses
Pre-requisite Grade 10 Pre-requisite Grade 11 Courses Grade 12 Recommended Course
SNC2D0 SBI3U0/E SCH 3U0/E SPH3U0/E SVN3M0 SBI4U0/E SCH 4U0 SPH4U0 N/A SCH3U0 - if planning to take SBI4U0
SNC2P0 SBI3C0 SVN3M0
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Specialized Programs
  • Enhanced Program
  • Grade 11 Requirements Must select at least
    one course offered at the enhanced level,
    example ENG3UE (students need a total of 10
    courses for the Enhanced Certificate)
  • Extended French Program
  • Grade 11 Requirements Must take FEF3U0 and
    HSP3UX or CHW3MX (students need a total of 7
    courses for the Extended French Certificate)
  • Must already be in program to select these
    course(s)

15
Sports Specialist High Skills Major
  • Program that focuses on a Sports related career
    while earning an OSSD. Students start in Grade
    11.
  • Special Features
  • Certificates/Training (CPR/First Aid, AED,
    WHMIS)
  • Experiential learning (job shadow 2 credit
    co-op)
  • Experience post secondary opportunities
    (lectures, tours, labs)
  • Supports all Pathways
  • University, College, Workplace, Apprenticeship
  • Bundled Credits
  • 9 courses (sports related courses or
    activities)
  • See Counsellor for course information

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Cooperative Education
  • To select 4 credit co-op, choose course code
    COP4XC and submit a separate application
    (available in guidance or online) to the co-op
    teacher.
  • Earn up to four credits at work placement.
  • Authentic experience for all students (College,
    University, Apprenticeship - Ontario Youth
    Apprenticeship Program or OYAP). Credits can be
    used for college admission.

17
Changing Levels
  • Students requiring a level change (i.e. ENG2D0 to
    ENG3C0) are advised to make an appointment with
    their Guidance Counsellor to review requirements
    for potential post secondary pathways.

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Choosing Your Courses
  • Research all of your options carefully
  • Talk to teachers who teach the course
  • Attend our Course Selection Fair November 21
    (periods 1 2)
  • Talk to students who have taken the course
  • Get information regarding workload and the type
    of projects you will do (any presentations or
    group work?)
  • Select courses in which youre likely to
    experience success
  • Have a back-up plan
  • Pay attention to post-secondary program
    requirements

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Accessing the Online Course Selection Program
  • Course Selection will be done through
    www.myBlueprint.ca (same as last year). Link is
    on LPSS website.
  • Access to the On-line Course Selection will be
    available to students on November 21 at 1130 and
    will close on December 3, 2014.
  • All students must have a myBlueprint account.

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Login to www.myblueprint.ca/peel
Login here using your email address and password.
Are you a new user or having trouble logging in?
Please see your Guidance Counsellor.
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Submitting Your Courses part 1
  • A plan that meets all graduation requirements
    will result in the checkmark shown.
  • Submit your plan by clicking Submit
  • Note Only your next year grade courses will be
    submitted even if multiple years have been
    planned.

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Submitting Your Courses part 2
  • Submit your courses by clicking Confirm and
    Print.
  • A pop-up window may appear, click OK to
    finalize the submission of your plan.
  • Note Be sure to review your course selections as
    you will not be able to change your selections in
    myBlueprint once submitted.

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Confirming Your Choices
  • Students will press SUBMIT and print their Course
    Selection.
  • Parents will review courses and sign the form.
  • Return the signed Course Selection form to the
    homeroom teacher by December 4, 2014

29
Course Changes
  • Changed your mind? Changes may be made anytime
    before June 1st. Must meet with your guidance
    counsellor for any time table changes.
  • Changes will be permitted based on course
    availability (master timetable is set)
  • "Change of mind" changes will not be done in
    September

30
Courses Taken Outside LPSS
  • It is recommended that you do not select a course
    for which you plan to take outside of LPSS.

31
Career Planning Assessments
  • www.myBlueprint.ca
  • www.careercruising.com
  • http//www.peelschools.org/makingmyway/

32
  • TRUE OR FALSE
  • Unless you take all academic level courses you
    cannot go to university!
  • FALSE Universities require a minimum of 6
    grade 12 U or M courses they do not care if
    you have additional college or workplace courses
  • Taking college level math or not taking math in
    grade 12 means you cannot go to college or
    university!
  • FALSE Research pre-requisites for university
    and college not all programs require grade 12
    math

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  • TRUE OR FALSE
  • High School must be completed in four years to be
    considered for post-secondary programs
  • FALSE Lorne Park students may return for an
    additional semester (5th year) if they wish to
    take more courses or are unsure their pathway.
    Post- secondary institutions DO NOT care if you
    stay in high school an extra semester

34
QUESTIONS or NEED HELP?just ask
  • Drop in the counselling office at lunch
  • or
  • make an appointment

35
Questions
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