Ontario 2016 Classical Studies/Int. Languages document available

August 12, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The Ontario 2016 Classical Studies and International Languages curriculum document may have been available for a while, I have just noticed it – and I took Latin all the way through high school too! Actually in the dark ages when I attended high school, in my school, Latin was offered grades 9-12, but you got a grade 13 credit for it.  Every year I swore I was going to drop it, but instead I dropped maths and sciences (too sad), so in the end  Latin saved my high school career!

Anyhow, it looks like the new document replaces/combines the previous documents for grades 9 & 10 (1999) and 11 & 12 (2000).

The following image, reproduced from page 8, shows the enduring ideas that are the foundation of language learning. Check it out, Rowan

Enduring Ideas

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