Career Studies – Grade 10

This course gives students the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge, and habits that will support them in their education and career/life planning. Students will learn about global work trends, and seek opportunities within the school and community to expand and strengthen their transferable skills and their ability to adapt to the changing world of work. On the basis of exploration, reflective practice, and decision-making processes, students will make connections between their skills, interests, and values and their postsecondary options, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university, or the workplace. They will set goals and create a plan for their first postsecondary year. As part of their preparation for the future, they will learn about personal financial management – including the variety of saving and borrowing tools available to them and how to use them to their advantage – and develop a budget for their first year after secondary school.

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Overall Curriculum Expectations

Developing the Skills, Strategies, and Habits Needed to Succeed
• demonstrate an understanding of the skills, strategies, and habits that can contribute to success in the pursuit of educational and career/life opportunities and in the achievement of a healthy school/life/work balance
• apply various decision-making strategies to help them set goals, reflecting on and documenting their goal-setting process

Exploring and Preparing for the World of Work
• demonstrate an understanding, based on research, of a variety of local and global trends related to work and employment, including the effect some of those trends have had on workers’ rights and responsibilities and on the role of transferable skills in career development today
• develop a personal profile based on an exploration of their interests, values, skills, strengths, and needs, and examine the range of factors that can influence their future education and career/life opportunities
• taking their personal profile into account, explore, research, and identify a few postsecondary destinations of interest, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university, or the workplace, and investigate the secondary school pathways that lead to those destinations

Planning and Financial Management to Help Meet Postsecondary Goals
• develop a plan for their first postsecondary year, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university, or the workplace, and prepare a variety of materials for communicating their strengths and aspirations to prospective mentors, program administrators, employers, and/or investors
• demonstrate an understanding of responsible management of financial resources and of services available to support their financial literacy as they prepare a budget for their first postsecondary year

Course Details

Course Code GLC2O
Course Type Open Preparation
Format Online School Course
Prerequisite None
Tuition Fee 650 – 1300
Department Guidance & Career Education
Course Title Career Studies
Grade Grade 10
Credit Value 0.5

Outline of Course Content

Unit Title Time
1 Knowing Yourself – Who am I? 14 hours
2 Exploring Opportunities – What are my opportunities? 14 hours
3 Making Decisions and Setting Goals – Who do I want to become? 13 hours
4 Achieving Goals and Making Transitions – What is my plan for achieving my goals? 12 hours
  Final Project
The final evaluation is worth 30% of your grade. It is comprised of:
(i) a career portfolio that you will develop throughout the course
(ii) a final exam, which covers the entire course
2 hours
  Total 55 hours

Course Details

Course Code GLC2O
Course Type Open Preparation
Format Online School Course
Prerequisite None
Tuition Fee 650 – 1300
Department Guidance & Career Education
Course Title Career Studies
Grade Grade 10
Credit Value 0.5

Overall Curriculum Expectations

Developing the Skills, Strategies, and Habits Needed to Succeed
• demonstrate an understanding of the skills, strategies, and habits that can contribute to success in the pursuit of educational and career/life opportunities and in the achievement of a healthy school/life/work balance
• apply various decision-making strategies to help them set goals, reflecting on and documenting their goal-setting process

Exploring and Preparing for the World of Work
• demonstrate an understanding, based on research, of a variety of local and global trends related to work and employment, including the effect some of those trends have had on workers’ rights and responsibilities and on the role of transferable skills in career development today
• develop a personal profile based on an exploration of their interests, values, skills, strengths, and needs, and examine the range of factors that can influence their future education and career/life opportunities
• taking their personal profile into account, explore, research, and identify a few postsecondary destinations of interest, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university, or the workplace, and investigate the secondary school pathways that lead to those destinations

Planning and Financial Management to Help Meet Postsecondary Goals
• develop a plan for their first postsecondary year, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university, or the workplace, and prepare a variety of materials for communicating their strengths and aspirations to prospective mentors, program administrators, employers, and/or investors
• demonstrate an understanding of responsible management of financial resources and of services available to support their financial literacy as they prepare a budget for their first postsecondary year

Outline of Course Content

Unit Title Time
1 Knowing Yourself – Who am I? 14 hours
2 Exploring Opportunities – What are my opportunities? 14 hours
3 Making Decisions and Setting Goals – Who do I want to become? 13 hours
4 Achieving Goals and Making Transitions – What is my plan for achieving my goals? 12 hours
  Final Project
The final evaluation is worth 30% of your grade. It is comprised of:
(i) a career portfolio that you will develop throughout the course
(ii) a final exam, which covers the entire course
2 hours
  Total 55 hours
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