SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES HFN 10 - Food & Nutrition In this course you will learn how to eat healthy and how to cook easy nutritious meals. You will study a variety of issues around the topic of food that you can relate to, such as food marketing, body image, and eating disorders. Health and Wellness - SHSM Program If you are taking social science and humanities courses - you may want to take a Health and Wellness Specialist High Skills Major Program. Consult the SHSM chart and see a Social Science teacher for details. HSP 3U Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology, and Psychology This course studies human behaviour and what makes us similar or different as human beings. Anthropology examines human behaviour as it is influenced by culture. Psychology explores how the mind and our attitude shapes humans. Sociology looks at the influence of groups such as friends, gangs, or cults. Students will develop an understanding of the approaches and research methods used by social scientists. They will be given chances to explore theories from a variety of perspectives, conduct social science research and become familiar with current thinking on issues within these three disciplines. PREREQUISITE: ENG 2D or CHC 2D OR HSP 3C - Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology, and Psychology These courses study human behaviour and what makes us similar and different. as human beings. Anthropology examines human behaviour as it is influenced by culture. Psychology explores how the mind and our attitude shapes humans. Sociology looks at the influence of groups such as friends, gangs, or cults. Students will be given chances to become familiar with current issues within the three disciplines. PREREQUISITES: None HPW 3C - Raising Infants and Young Children If you want to work with kids, this is the course for you. You will gain experience working with children in the ODSS Teddy Bear Play School program creating crafts, observing social and emotional growth while interacting with them on a regular basis. No Prerequisite. Any grade 11 or 12 University level course (U), University/College (M), or College © level course in Social Sciences and Humanities, History, Geography or English may be used as a prerequisite to these courses. A mark of 70% is recommended if you are coming from College level courses. HSB 4U - Challenge and Change in Society This course studies Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology and how humans behave and cope with changes in society. Students learn how to apply the course material to real life situations including a work experience placement working with people in a social setting. HHG 4M - Human Development through the Lifespan This journey stars where life begins at conception and examines how we can optimize the course of human development as we age. Students will look at the threats to healthy development and identify factors that promote resiliency at all stages of the lifespan. HHS 4U - Families in Canada This course enables students to draw on sociological, psychological, and anthropological theories and research to analyse the development of individuals, intimate relationships, and family and parent-child relationships. Students will focus on issues and challenges facing individuals and families in Canada’s diverse society. They will be able to identify factors affecting families and to look at the support systems for families in Canada. HPD 4C - Working with Children & Adolescents Hands-on creation of activities for kids of different ages. Learn to design practical activities for a range of ages and create a useful portfolio while working with the children who are attending our Teddy Bear Playschool.