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Foods and Nutrition (1 Credit) FONR2G, FONR3G, & FONR4S
Students will study various aspects of nutritional science and how this affects the health and well being of the human body. Genetically modified and organic food, world food issues and the environmental impact of the food industry will also be studied. Students will learn both basic and advanced cooking techniques and sample a variety of meals.
Clothing, Housing & Design (1 Credit) CHDR2G, CHDR3G, & CHDR4S
This course will teach students how to sew. As well as a few larger and wearable projects, students will also create fun mini projects. Students will also learn how to crochet and complete a unit on fashion design and illustration.
Family Studies (1 Credit) FASR2F
This course will cover themes having to do with both prenatal development and the growth and development of infants and children. Issues concerning families and children at all stages of life will be studied.
Family Studies (1 Credit) FASR3S
This course will cover themes having to do with family relationships, human development, and care giving of young children. The course will also cover individual relationships and communication, personal decisions, and community connections and diversity in society. The majority of this course will be spent learning about various aspects of young children's lives including their social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. We will be discussing different aspects of families and parenting as it pertains
Family Studies (1 Credit) FASR4S
Students will study both positive and negative relationships between people so that they can develop an understanding of the relationship skills that are essential for individual and family well being. Students will complete units on prejudice, personal safety, domestic violence, and protecting children. Other topics of study to be covered are maternal and fetal health, and issues concerning Canada's aging population.
Native Studies (1 Credit) NASY2G, NASY3G, & ABSR4S
Native Studies is a course that provides an overview of the historical, political, social, and economic issues that aboriginal peoples in North America face today. Contemporary issues regarding justice, family values, art and foods will also be studied. Students will have an opportunity to create several art projects as well.
Infant Development Practicum (1 Credit) PAPR2S
This is an option course that provides students with the opportunity to observe and interact with infants (two months to two years). Students will provide basic care for these infants in a safe, healthy, and stimulating environment.
Child Development Practicum (1 Credit) CCTV3S
Students will be involved with toddlers (two to four years of age). They will supervise and interact with the children in their daily routines. They also help carry out activities that promote physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development.