PHYSICAL EDUCATION / EDUCATION PHYSIQUE ET À LA SANTÉ 102
PHYSICAL EDUCATION / EDUCATION PHYSIQUE ET À LA SANTÉ 202
The physical education program is a continuation of the physical education programs that the students were exposed to in elementary school. Our objectives are to develop useful physical skills, maintenance of physical fitness, understanding of health and physical development through a wide variety of methods as outlines by the areas of interactions of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program and the Quebec Educational Program.
The student will be evaluated as follows;
- Performing of movement skills in different physical activity settings.
- Personal Interactions with others within a variety of physical activity settings.
- Adaptation to a healthy and active lifestyle
Students will learn a variety of concepts including:
- Musculoskeletal system
- Kinesthetic feedback
- Development of the body
- Rules of activities
- Technical aspects related to activity
- Healthy lifestyle habits
Activities featured in the program include:
- Track & Field
- Outdoor Winter Activities
- Field Hockey
- Fitness training
- Cross-Country Running
- Recreational Units
Students will use a developmental workbook/process journal to aid them in their learning as well as provide them with a continual record of their reflections of the activities in which they are participating.
In addition to the regular program, the Physical Education Department will offer opportunities for participation in:
- Intramural Programs
- Interscholastic Programs
- Recreational Programs
ETHICS AND RELIGIOUS CULTURES 102
ETHICS AND RELIGIOUS CULTURES 202
Course Description: "Like many democratic societies, Quebec society is characterized by growing pluralism. Evident in the diversity of values and beliefs held by Individuals and groups, this diversity contributes to shaping Quebec culture. An important factor of enrichment, diversity can also be a source of tension. Living together in today's society requires that we collectively learn to build on this diversity. It is therefore important to develop an awareness of this diversity and to reflect upon and take actions that foster community life. The Ethics and Religious Culture program endeavours to contribute to this learning. The Ethics and Religious Culture program brings together two essentially distinct dimensions of the social reality, each of which is reflected in diverse forms of expression that are particularly sensitive. Through this, students will be encouraged to engage in critical reflection on ethical questions and to understand the phenomenon of religion by practising, in a spirit of openness, dialogue that is orientated toward contributing to community life." (Excerpt is taken from the Approved Version of the Ethics and Religious Culture Secondary Program).
Objectives of the Ethics and Religious Culture Program:
1. The recognition of others.
2. The pursuit of the common good.
Competencies to be developed:
1. Reflects on ethical questions - Engages in dialogue
2. Demonstrates an understanding of the phenomenon of religion. (33.3%)
Ethics: Themes and related content:
1. Freedom (Reflections on freedom and limits to freedom).
2. Autonomy (Dependence and autonomy and Individuals and groups).
3. Social Order (Groups, institutions and organizations, forms of obeying and disobeying
the law, transformation of values and norms).
Religious Culture: Themes and related content:
1. Quebec's Religious heritage (Founders, influential figures and institutions, influences on
values and norms and heritage works).
2. Key Elements of religious traditions (Stories, rites and rules).
3. Representations of the divine and of mythical and supernatural beings. (Names,
attributes and symbols of the divine, Mythical and supernatural beings).