L-Courses

LCourse – Planning 10

This course is designed to helps students who are not available to take this course through traditional ways of in class participation or as an add on to the traditional classroom. It is also intended to provide additional personalized options and extensions to the Planning 10 provincial course and Grade 12 graduation requirement.

LCourse – Human Services

This course is designed for students who are interested in a career in the Human Services industry (e.g. Youth Care Work, Family Support Workers, Counselors, Teachers…) or have a general interest is supporting communities and those who are in need.  This course will involve regular demonstration of school and community leadership and participation in community service.

The vocational field of Human Services in this curriculum identifies specializations in the areas of:
■ Children’s Services
■ Family Services
■ Health Care Services
■ Education Services

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  • Planning 10 Course

    START HERE – Please talk to our Vice-Principal Kurt Reynaud about getting a wearevanguard.ca google account that will give you access to our Planning 10 Google Classroom.

    Once you have your account, please join the Google Classroom using the code shl4yk. If you’d like a tutorial on how to use the course please follow the link below.

    Google Classroom Tutorial Link

    If you have any further questions please contact Kurt Reynaud (kreynaud@sd35.bc.ca) or Erica Nixon (enixon@sd35.bc.ca) at the school and they would be happy to help.

    If you would like more of an “old school” textbook and assignment based option, please following and complete the Planning 10 Guide and Check list below.

    Vanguard Planning 10 Course Outline

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    creating a portfolio

  • Human Service 11

    START HERE – Use the following guide to help start you independent journey into the world of Human Services – how to better support others and potentially, make a career doing it.

    Read through the Human Services guide below and complete the learning outcomes in any order you like… just remember to submit a Credit Application summary after you have completed one of the learning outcomes.

    Another option to those outcomes within the guide, you can pick any of the independent study links below and work through the short courses and various other multimedia lessons.

    GOOD LUCK and talk with your Human Services Teacher, Case Manager or Administration if you need help.

    Human Service Curriculum Guide

    Attachment and the Early Years (Independent Short Course)

    Infants Understanding of their Social World (Independent Short Course)

    Introduction to Child Psychology (Independent Short Course)

    Day in the Life of a Social Worker (Interactive Exploratory Unit)

    The Meaning of Home (Independent Short Course)

    Forensic Psychology (Independent Long Course)

     

     

  • Human Services 12A

    Human Services 12 courses are intended as independent study classes that expand on the curriculum explore in Human Services 11 and focuses on a more focused aspect of Human services.  Human Service 12A focuses on Child Development and Human Services 12B focus on the Family. Please consult with the Human Services Teacher, your Case Manager or Administration prior to starting this course.

    Please work on any of the Independent Studies Projects below, but focus on the Child Development perspective in your Credit Applications and personal reporting. Please see staff for help.

    INDEPENDENT RESEARCH TOPICS:

    Research substance abuse and community programs that support recovery.

    Evaluate the use of “Payoff Matrix” and discuss why they are used and whether you think they are helpful or enabling.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Anxiety/Fear.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Depression/Sadness.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Anger.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Guilt/Shame.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Gender Identification/Identity Development.

    ADDITIONALLY, YOU CAN DO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FOR EXTENTION CREDITS:

    Attachment and the Early Years (Independent Short Course)

    Infants Understanding of their Social World (Independent Short Course)

    Introduction to Child Psychology (Independent Short Course)

    Day in the Life of a Social Worker (Interactive Exploratory Unit)

    The Meaning of Home (Independent Short Course)

    Forensic Psychology (Independent Long Course)

  • Human Services 12B

    Human Services 12 courses are intended as independent study classes that expand on the curriculum explore in Human Services 11 and focuses on a more focused aspect of Human services.  Human Service 12A focuses on Child Development and Human Services 12B focus on the Family. Please consult with the Human Services Teacher, your Case Manager or Administration prior to starting this course.

    Please work on any of the Independent Studies Projects below, but focus on the Child Development perspective in your Credit Applications and personal reporting. Please see staff for help.

    INDEPENDENT RESEARCH TOPICS:

    Research substance abuse and community programs that support recovery.

    Evaluate the use of “Payoff Matrix” and discuss why they are used and whether you think they are helpful or enabling.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Anxiety/Fear.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Depression/Sadness.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Anger.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Guilt/Shame.

    Research how people cope with negative feelings – with a focus on Gender Identification/Identity Development.

    ADDITIONALLY, YOU CAN DO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FOR EXTENTION CREDITS:

    Attachment and the Early Years (Independent Short Course)

    Infants Understanding of their Social World (Independent Short Course)

    Introduction to Child Psychology (Independent Short Course)

    Day in the Life of a Social Worker (Interactive Exploratory Unit)

    The Meaning of Home (Independent Short Course)

    Forensic Psychology (Independent Long Course)

  • Graduation Transitions

    Graduation Transitions is intended to prepare students for a successful transition to life after secondary school. In order to meet this goal, Graduation Transitions encourages students to: • take ownership of their own health and learning • examine and demonstrate connections between their learning and their future • create a plan for their growth and development as skilled, healthy, knowledgeable, participating citizens • exhibit attributes of a BC graduate Students are responsible for planning and preparing their education, career, and life goals through Graduation Transitions.

    Please download our Grad Transitions Checklist by clicking below:

    Grad Trans 12

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