To our SRT Titan Community: In order to clarify for parents and students, here are some important things to note regarding marks for 2019-2020: 1. Not all teachers entered 3rd term marks--it was optional; however, all FINAL MARKS include some elements/work/efforts completed during 3rd term.  This mark is determined differently by teachers based on individual courses and expectations.  How one teacher assesses will likely differ from that of another. 2. Honour Roll/Top Titan will only look at FINAL MARKS and will not take into consideration Term 3 work habits whatsoever. 3. SG= Standing Granted--This is a mark given to students who were close to passing but not quite there.  It means that the student has earned the required credits for graduation and will be promoted to the next grade level.  Students who earned an SG are not required to go to summer school; although it may be beneficial. 4. The first point of contact for questions regarding marks is always the teacher, not the office.  If you have concerns regarding marks, please contact the teacher directly.  Obviously, the summer months may make that difficult as they are not required to be on call to check emails while away from school. 5. Be kind, be patient and remember that it is never the end of the world when it comes to marks, Top Titan or otherwise.  The social-emotional wellness of staff and students is our top priority; so please be sure that any emails sent to teachers or administration are constructive and professional. We hope that the entire Titan Community, from outgoing graduates to incoming grade 8s have a wonderful summer.  Stay safe, and see you in September! Sincerely, The SRT Administration Team
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Modern Languages (10-12)

French 10

This is an intermediate Language course designed to fine tune and expand students’ ability to communicate in French. They will learn more sophisticated vocabulary and grammar to further develop their skills. Similarly to previous French courses, French 10 is project based with many student centered activities. Participation is the key to success in this course. The thematic units in French 10 are: Family & Friends, Celebrations, Daily Routine.

Prerequisite – successful completion of French 9 with “S” work habit

French 11

This is a course which will enrich both the functional and cultural aspects of the students’ learning experience. Students will engage in spontaneous French conversations which explore a variety of topics. This course predominantly focuses on collaborative assignments. Therefore attendance and active participation are the key to success in this course. The thematic units in French 11 are: Back to School, Workplace, Health & Fitness. Prerequisite – successful completion of French 10 with “S” work habit

French 12

This is a senior level language course. Students will be given the opportunity to choose the topics they wish to explore relative to French culture and language. This course is not only student centered but rather student guided where their experience is more of a language learning lab and the teacher is a facilitator. Access to a computer with internet will be integral for success.
Prerequisite – successful completion of French 11 with “G” work habit

Spanish 10

This course is an intermediate language course and a continuation from Spanish 9. Students will continue to develop and improve language acquisition through reading, writing, listening and speaking. This project based course will continue to immerse students in Spanish culture from around the world and learn about family, home, fashion, travel, and media.  Prerequisite: Spanish 9 with “S” work habit

Spanish 11

Through the appreciation of Spanish culture, students will learn more about the traditions and backgrounds of all Spanish speaking counties. More emphasis will be placed on Language acquisition through speaking and writing. Themes include: school, celebrations, community and the past. Students will also work collaboratively on a culminating project to demonstrate their previously acquired language skills or for those students who are interested in continuing onto Spanish 12. Plan for a Spanish Immersion experience.  Prerequisite: Spanish 10 or Intro-Spanish 11

Spanish 12

This is a senior level language course. Students will interact in spontaneous and meaningful real-life situations using more complex vocabulary and grammar. Activities will include a self-directed analysis and discussion of Spanish culture culminating in an interactive group inquiry project, or immersion experience in a Spanish speaking community abroad. The teacher will act as a facilitator and guide students towards the completion of the project.