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The goal of Planning 10 is to enable students to develop the skills they need to become self-directed individuals who set goals, make thoughtful decisions, and take responsibility for pursuing their goals throughout life. Activities help students plan for successful learning in the Graduation Program, explore a wide range of post-secondary education and career options, think critically about health issues and decisions, develop financial literacy skills related to pursuing their education and career goals, and begin planning for their transition beyond secondary school. The course has a number of booklets and students are expected to master the content in the booklets. Learners will also encounter other resources and links to content of which the learner should become familiar. All assignments are turned in by uploading computer files to the course or completing online assessments.
There are 5 units in Planning 10, each containing various assignments and quizes. The course culminates with a Final Presentation.
Course Learning Activities
(Percent of Learning Activities*)
Unit 1 Technology
- Wordle (2.5%)
- Making a Digital Diaplay (2.5%)
- Technology and You (2.5%)
- Tech Reflective Response (2.5%)
Unit 1 -- 10%
Unit 2 Healthy Living
- Healthy Living (2.5%)
- Digital Footprint (2.5%)
- Literacy (2.5%)
- Relationships (2.5%)
- Anti-Bullying (2.5%)
- Drugs & Alcohol (2.5%)
- Right Choice (2.5%)
- STIs (2.5%)
Unit 2 -- 20%
Unit 3 Money
- Banking Basics (3.3%)
- Budgeting & Credit Card Use (3.3%)
- Real Costs (3.3%)
- Taxes (3.3%)
- Budgeting (3.3%)
- Financial Plan (3.3%)
Unit 3 --20%
Unit 4 Your Future
- Who Am I? (4%)
- Career (4%)
- Resume & Cover Letter (4%)
- Interview (4%)
- Safety Minute (4%)
Unit 4 -- 20%
Unit 5 Graduation
- Transition Plan (5%)
- Graduation Plan (5%)
- Service (5%)
- Final Presentation (15%)
Unit 5 -- 30%
- There are NO required textbooks for this course.
- Use the course booklets as a primary resource
- Assignment feedback is a key learning resource
- All assignments, reflections, assessments and final project must be completed.
- Reports cards and interims issued only cover completed work.
- Assignments must be turned in one at a time to allow for feedback.
- Students are expected to respond to feedback as instructional content.
- Grade distribution
- Unit 1 (Technology) 10%
- Unit 2 (Healthy Living) 20%
- Unit 3 (Money) 20%
- Unit 4 (Your Future) 20%
- Unit 5 (Graduation) 30%
- Achievement is assessed as a measure of achievement relative to Ministry prescribed learning outcomes. These can be viewed by clicking the link.
Curriculum may be viewed within the Ministry of Education Integrated Resource Package.
Delivery and Support:
This course can only be done online. Teacher and leaner work together in Moodle. The course is self-paced. Leaners may start any time.
Students may use Moodle messages, email or the phone number provided in the course. Learners are encouraged to initiate communication.
Browser: Firefox or Chrome recommended
Internet: Cable or ADSL
Additional Software: Adobe Reader, full Flash and Java support, an office suite, ability to play audio and video files
For additional information on computer requirements, please refer to the Computer Requirements and Standards section under Resources & Information on our home page, and to the contents of the Introductory Orientation Course.
For definitions of some terms please refer to our glossary.