English Language Arts B30 (ELA B30)

Students explore thoughts, beliefs and assumptions as they examine the search for self and how they relate to others.

Prerequisite

ELA 20

Delivered

Online Asynchronous OR Live Broadcast

Credits

ELA 30

What Will I Learn?

Students will consider who they are, how they relate to others, how they develop their individual identity, what kind of identity they wish to create for themselves throughout life, and how they respond to joys, inspiration, doubts, and fears. They will examine, critique, and interrogate the society in which they live and consider the actions students can take to create the kind of society in which they would like to live.

Online Live Broadcast OR Asynchronous Courses

Students have the option to enroll in the ELA B30 live broadcast synchronous course OR the ELA B30 online asynchronous course.

  • Live broadcast synchronous: students attend a live broadcast at a specific time, every school day. If you're interested in enrolling in the synchronous course, please review the live broadcast details and schedule.

  • Online asynchronous: students can take ELA B30 anywhere, anytime.

Units of Study

Sense of self

Universal ideals

Joy and inspiration

Universal issues

Tackling issues

Doubt and fear

Collective vs individual

Universal issues

Tackling issues

Exams

No Proctored Exams

Course Materials

You Will Need

Audio/visual recording equipment (a SMART phone or a mic for the computer will be sufficient)

If you're interested, so are we.

Saskatchewan Distance Learning Centre provides Kindergarten to Grade 12 courses to Saskatchewan students who choose to study online. We empower students and families to choose the learning environment that works best for them, while supporting their graduation plan.

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