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Planning 10- Graduation Program: Home

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Career Mapping

Why is it important to make a career map?

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The Importance of Career Mapping

10 Tips for Successful Career Planning

Bibliography

Assignment and Assessment

Graduation Plan Assignment #1

Create a PowerPoint or Prezi presentation outlining the requirements for graduation

Your presentation should include the following:

  • the course requirements of the graduation program,
  • the ways in which you can earn credit toward graduation (8)
  • the names and examples of the 12 courses (from grade 10-12) that are required for graduation
  • the 5 required Provincial exams
  • the 8 Focus areas of Graduation Program

Graduation Plan Assignment #2

Evaluate which TWO career/education focus areas appeal to you. Create a “career map” for each of the focus areas.

Your career map should include:

  •  at least 3 options of potential careers per focus area,
  •  and 2 post-secondary programs that each of the focus areas .
  •  the courses that are required for each post-secondary program,
  •  how the courses connect to or demonstrate the focus area.
  •  a bibliography of all sources, INCLUDING websites, used in your research. 

Graduation Plan Assignment #3

Complete a YELLOW course selection form for your grade 11 and grade 12 years. 

You can get the YELLOW forms from the counselling office.

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Learning Outcomes

It is expected that students will:

  • identify the course requirements for the Graduation Program
  • identify ways of earning credits for the Graduation Program (e.g., in-school courses, external credits)
  • identify the exam requirements for the Graduation Program, including required and optional exams
  • describe the Focus Areas in the Graduation Program
  • describe how one or more Focus Areas of interest relate to education and career options