English Language Arts B30 Course Description
This issue-based course, entitled Global Perspectives, provides students with the opportunity to explore literature and other texts by international (including Indigenous) authors. Units of study include The Search for Self and The Social Experience. This course allows students to examine the human condition, and consider how they can find meaning and purpose as individuals, and provides the opportunity for students to examine the society in which they live, and consider their role in improving it. As with all ELA courses, students will be asked to: Comprehend and Respond to what they read, listen to, and view; Compose and Create a range of visual, multimedia, oral and written texts; and Assess and Reflect upon their own work and learning.
Prerequisite: ELA 20