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Curriculum Expectations

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Health and Physical Education

Grade 1-8 – HEALTHY LIVING

C1. demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy development;

C2. demonstrate the ability to apply health knowledge and living skills to make reasoned decisions and take appropriate actions relating to their personal health and well-being;

C3. demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-being.

Science

Science, Grade 12, Workplace Preparation (SNC4E)

F. Nutritional Science

F1. assess the environmental implications of a variety of food choices, and evaluate and propose ways to improve the nutritional content of a menu.

Social Sciences and Humanities

Food and Nutrition, Grade 9 or 10, Open (HFN1O/HFN2O)

Self and Others

  • complete an assessment of the importance of meeting the food needs of family members;
  • identify the various reasons for the choices people make about food.

Personal and Social Responsibilities

  • analyse the responsibilities involved in maintaining nutritional health and well-being;

Diversity, Interdependence, and Global Connections

  • describe the relationship among family customs, traditions, and food, using current social science research methods;
  • demonstrate an understanding of our Canadian food heritage;
  • identify food supply and production industries in Canada.

Food and Nutrition Sciences, Grade 12, University/College Preparation (HFA4M)

Diversity, Interdependence, and Global Connections

  • identify the economic, political, and environmental factors that affect food production and supply throughout the world;
  • identify the factors that are critical to achieving and maintaining food security and eliminating hunger.

Technological Education

Green Industries, Grade 10, Open (THJ2O)

A. GREEN INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS

A1. demonstrate an understanding of plant and/or animal biology and species classification as they relate to the green industries;

A2. describe the factors affecting the growth and care of plants and/or animals;

C. TECHNOLOGY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND SOCIETY

C1. identify the impact of green industries on the environment and describe ways of minimizing harmful effects;

C2. describe the societal implications of current practices and trends in the green industries;

C3. describe the relationship of a variety of green industries to the local communities in which they operate.

Green Industries, Grade 11, University/College Preparation (THJ3M)

A. GREEN INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS

A1. demonstrate an understanding of species classification and identification and relationships between species and geographical regions;

A2. demonstrate an understanding of the effects of biotic and abiotic factors on growth and product quality;

A3. develop and evaluate designs or processes for a variety of applications related to the green industries.

C. TECHNOLOGY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND SOCIETY

C1. analyse the impact of the green industries on the environment and describe ways of minimizing harmful effects;

C2. analyse social and economic relationships and issues involving the green industries.

Green Industries, Grade 11, Workplace Preparation (THJ3E)

A. GREEN INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS

A1. demonstrate an understanding of species classification and identification and of relationships between species and geographical regions;

A2. demonstrate an understanding of the effects of biotic and abiotic factors on growth and product quality.

C. TECHNOLOGY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND SOCIETY

C1. identify the impact of the green industries on the environment and describe ways of minimizing harmful effects;

C2. describe social and economic relationships and issues involving the green industries.

Green Industries, Grade 12, University/College Preparation (THJ4M)

A. GREEN INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS

A1. demonstrate an understanding of species classification and identification and explain relationships between species and geographical regions;

A2. analyse the effects of biotic and abiotic factors on growth and post-harvest quality.

C. TECHNOLOGY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND SOCIETY

C1. assess options for achieving environmental sustainability in green industry operations;

C2. analyse social, economic, and cultural relationships involving the green industries.

Green Industries, Grade 12, Workplace Preparation (THJ4E)

A. GREEN INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS

A1. demonstrate an understanding of species classification and identification and of relationships between species and geographical regions;

A2. demonstrate an understanding of the effects of biotic and abiotic factors on growth and product quality;

C. TECHNOLOGY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND SOCIETY

C1. assess the impact of the green industries on the environment and describe ways of enhancing environmental sustainability;

C2. describe social, economic, and cultural relationships involving the green industries.



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