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Course Outlines

Academic Courses focus on critical thinking, literary essay format, refining writing, oral presentation skills, and in-depth reading skills. Special attention will be paid to preparing for the Literacy Test.

Applied Courses focus on critical thinking, intro to essay structure, improving and refining writing skills, oral presentations, and reading for meaning. Special attention will be paid to preparing for the Literacy Test.

Locally Developed Courses focus on critical thinking, clarity of communication in reading and speech, reading comprehension skills, and speaking with confidence.

University Preparation Courses focus on critical reading and thinking skills, complex essay formatting, using evidence in a sophisticated manner and improving the readability of written work, effective note taking, oral presentation and collaborative development.

College Preparation Courses focus on critical thinking, building research essays and using secondary sources, improving and refining writing skills, streamlining oral presentations, and effective note taking.

Workplace Preparation Courses focus on reading, writing and speaking skills that will help students be successful in their jobs, community involvements and daily life.

The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 And 12: English, 2007 (Revised

CDDHS English Compulsory Pathway

Course Code

Course Name

Course Level

ENG1D English Academic
ENG1L English Essential
ENG1P English Applied
ENG2D English Academic
ENG2L English Essential
ENG2P English Applied
ENG3C English College
ENG3E English Workplace
ENG3U English University
ENG4C English College
ENG4E English Workplace
ENG4U English University
EWC4C The Writer’s Craft College
EWC4U The Writer’s Craft University