Work/Skilled Trades Choices for Grade 10 • • • • • Four Important Questions Exploring Opportunities Reviewing Diploma Requirements Grade 10 Course Planning ONLINE Course Selection Instructions Exploring Opportunities myBlueprint TRY Career Spectrum Peel 29000 Exploring Opportunities Making My Way 30 Credits 18 compulsory credits 4 credits in English 3 credits in Mathematics 2 credits in Science 1 credit in Canadian History 1 credit in Canadian Geography 1 credit in the Arts 1 credit in Health and Physical Education 1 credit in French as a Second Language 0.5 credit in Career Studies 0.5 credit in Civics 3 additional credits (Group 1, 2, and 3) 40 Hours 12 optional credits OSSLT Review: ◦ Diploma status (compulsory courses) ◦ www.peelschools.org “Chart Your Courses” Ask Questions: Gather Information Make Decisions ◦ Counsellor ◦ On-call counsellor ◦ Subject teachers English Math Science Canadian History Career Studies/Civics Three optional courses - your choice ◦ (one choice if you are in the Regional Arts’ Program) The Arts (Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts) Business Studies Computer Studies French as a Second Language Health and Physical Education International Languages Social Science and Humanities Technological Education Course Types Open Locally Developed Applied Academic • Designed to prepare you for further study in certain subjects • Physical Education/Health, Arts, Business, Tech • Focus on essential skills • Provides additional support to upgrade your knowledge and skills through practical activities to develop literacy, numeracy and problem solving skills • More hands on and teacher guided • Develop knowledge through practical and concrete applications with some theoretical application •More independent learning, faster pace, & higher level thinking •Develop knowledge and skills by emphasizing theoretical and abstract applications of essential concepts and explore related concepts Think about your: Commitment to academic success Grade 9 teachers’ RECOMMENDATIONS Academic achievement – report card marks, comments, and learning skills Course expectations Areas of interest and preferred learning style Possible destinations and requirements GRADE 9 GRADE 10 Academic (1D0) Applied (1P0) Academic (2D0) Applied (2P0) Locally developed (1L0) Locally Developed (2L0) Open (1O0) Open (2O0) Review level of success in a grade 9 course(s). Identify strengths/weaknesses. Did you struggle with some courses? Speak with your teachers, consider their recommendations, and see your counsellor Make up and New credits Information is available mid to late April Online registration begins early May If taking a NEW credit - DO NOT choose this course as part of your online course selection at Mayfield - select the course you want to take in its place For Stage Band and/or Vocal Jazz, please see a member in the music department Opens today, Jan. 6th and closes Feb. 12th. Visit the ‘Option Fair’ in the Senior Study (second half of your lunch) on Thursday and/or Friday. Choose early as the wait list is electronic and selections are time and date stamped. Choose wisely, only level change requests permitted. NO ‘lunch period’ and/or ‘change teacher’ requests permitted. Select BYOD Login Select Resources BYOD Select myBlueprint Click on the gear and change your email address to your BYOD address and choose a password Re-verify your email Select Your Courses Click on High School Planner to begin choosing your courses This is where you see course requirements for graduation. This is where you see your post-secondary opportunities across Canada based on your course selection. This is where you view other graduation requirements and your progress. This is where you can: plan your courses For multiple grades And build your graduation and post-secondary plan in advance. submit your plan for the upcoming school year You will see: completed courses and marks compulsory courses Add a course to your plan by clicking on ‘+ Course’. Explore the subject specific courses available at your school. Select courses to meet your program, diploma, and postsecondary requirements. 1. Click on a subject folder to review courses available. 2. Click on a course to read course prerequisites and description. 3. Click ‘Add Course to Plan’ in the bottom right corner. Note: You can use the Grade dropdown or search filters to find a course. 1. Place your cursor over the course box (do not click) and a red ‘X’ will appear. Then click the ‘X’ to remove the course. 2. Add a course to your plan by clicking on ‘+ Course’. 1. A course selected for which you do not have the pre-requisite will show as this. 2. Submitting a plan in which you do not have a prerequisite will result in this error message. Note: Choose wisely, your plan will not be approved by your counsellor if you do not have the required prerequisites! You will see the error message shown if you select a course for which you do not have the prerequisite. Please review your course prerequisites. See your guidance counsellor to develop a plan. 1. Submitting a plan with a missing pre-requisite will result in this error message. 2. Do not click ‘confirm and print’ 3 3. Click ‘Return to Plan’ and review your course selections. 1. If you clicked ‘Submit’ and do not have a full course load, then you will get the error message shown. Click ‘Cancel’ and return to course selection. 2. If you ignore Step 1, you will receive the error messages resulting in the ‘Insufficient Credits’ error on the Verification Form / Sign-Off Sheet. 1. A plan that meets all graduation requirements will result in the checkmark shown. 2. Submit your plan by clicking ‘Submit’ Note: Only your next year grade courses will be submitted even if multiple years have been planned. 1. Submit your courses by clicking ‘Confirm and Print’. 2. A pop-up window may appear, click ‘OK’ to finalize the submission of your plan. Note: Be sure to review your course selections as you will not be able to change your selections in myBlueprint once submitted. 1. Please print the Course Verification Form / SignOff Sheet in myBlueprint. 2. Sign and have your Parent/ Guardian sign the form and return the form to the Guidance Office. Choosing appropriate courses based on your interests, skills, and future planning is essential to your success. Continue to use myBlueprint to plan, revise, and make wise decisions for the future. Document your plan on myBlueprint so that you can keep track of experiences, achievements, volunteer work, and future choices. See your Guidance Counsellor to support you in learning about program opportunities that may help you to make decisions for yourself.