Sciences Humaines 10

If you have not already, please visit the French Immersion page to find out about our program and the process to register for this or other immersion courses.

Sciences Humaines 10 covers Canadian history from 1815 – 1915, a period in which Canada went from being a colony of far-flung communities to a young nation. Students will be required to examine primary sources, analyze situations and make reasoned arguments. Sciences Humaines 10 (or Socials 10)  is a four credit course that is required for graduation.

An in-depth examination of Canadian history during the 19th century, this course considers the impact that both geography and politics have on settlement patterns. Students will examine native issues, the emergence of representative government; and both the similarities and differences in the development of English and French Canada.

Sciences Humaines 10 porte sur l’évolution du Canada de 1815 à 1914 et le développement de l’identité canadienne en tant que pays français et anglais. Les sujets couverts sont la société, la culture, le gouvernement, ainsi que l’économie et la technologie. Le cours permet aux élèves de faire des recherches basées sur des sources primaires et secondaires et d’évaluer et de défendre leurs positions. Ce cours de quatre crédits est obligatoire pourl’obtention du diplôme d’études secondaires.

If you have met your teacher, click the following link for the password protected ‘Sciences Humaines 10 – Travail Initial‘.