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Grade 10

Grade 10

Welcome to Iqra School’s High School Program. Students will work towards honing in on essential academic habits, continue to grow confidence, and develop positive and healthy relationships with their teachers and peers.Using the Manitoba curriculum, along with our Islamic Studies curriculum, our certified teachers will prepare your child for university. It’s a time to build on all the skills, knowledge, and experience of the early years and pave a path to graduation and beyond.

Iqra’s Technology Program

Your child will have access to our 1-to-1 MacBook Air device program. Every one of our students in grade 10 has their own school-issued MacBook Air. Your child will use technology to access information, collaborate with fellow peers, and demonstrate their learning through a variety of multimedia tools and resources. Our students will learn how to use technology responsibly, allowing them to reap the benefits of technology. Through Iqra’s technology program, we will mould them into leaders that are confident, sophisticated, and ethical in a world where technology is ubiquitous.

English Language Arts 20F

This course continues to support language development of all Grade 10 students. Students learn to understand, appreciate and use language in everyday life. They use personal experiences and other strategies to understand ideas that are presented in different ways such as legends, situation comedies and human interest stories.  Students also learn to communicate their ideas in writing, dramatizations, websites, posters and other forms.

Arabic Language 21G

The Arabic Language 21G course equips students with skills to proficiently read, write, and speak Arabic, addressing multicultural community needs. This curriculum diverges from the provincial standard to offer an integrated approach, combining language acquisition with an introduction to Arabic culture and history, with an aim to enhance communication skills and cultural understanding.

Islamic Studies 21G

Islamic Studies 21G is designed to meet the unique needs of the student community. In the modern world, where students are exposed to diverse beliefs and philosophies, it becomes pivotal to provide them with a robust understanding of various religious and cultural heritage. This course offers a comprehensive perspective on Islam. Furthermore, by acquainting students with the rich history, teachings, and principles of Islam, it encourages them to become morally responsible and ethically grounded individuals. This, in turn, fulfills the community’s aspiration to nurture youth who are well-versed in the Islamic faith and can contribute positively to society.

 While aligning with the educational standards of the province, Islamic Studies 21G differs significantly from courses provided by the province. Advanced topics such as the Islamic Beliefs, Islamic jurisprudence, History of the Muslim World, an in-depth exploration of Islamic art and culture, and the development of critical thinking and reflection skills through the lens of Islamic studies. These elements are carefully integrated to provide a richer, more diverse learning experience that goes beyond the generic provincial curriculum, offering students a deeper, more nuanced exploration of Islamic Studies.

Science 20F

Grade 10 Science prepares all students to continue their study of science in high school. All students benefit from a general understanding of science for their personal lives and future plans, regardless of their career and/or post-secondary educational choices. Some of these students will need in-depth studies in science for their post-secondary program and therefore will eventually take specific Grades 11 and 12 science courses, such as Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Through their studies of these topic areas, students develop skills, attitudes and understanding about the nature of science. For example, they learn to:

  • plan and conduct experiments,
  • make science-related decisions based on evidence,
  • recognize that scientific knowledge has changed,
  • recognize the importance of balancing the needs of humans and protecting the environment.

Physical/Health Education 20F

This is a course to help students gain knowledge and develop skills and attitudes for healthy living. It also helps students develop skills for participating in physical activities and sports and working on their personal fitness.

This course targets the following areas:

  • Movement
  • Fitness Management
  • Safety
  • Personal and Social Management
  • Healthy Lifestyle Practices

Geographic Issues of the 21st Century 20F

This course helps students explore the nature and importance of world geography. Students examine the importance of the environment and of responsible management of resources. They also become aware of how their personal choices affect social, political, and economic issues of today.

Maps, charts and news articles are some of the ways students explore the course content.  Students learn to communicate their ideas in writing and through oral presentations, maps and diagrams, websites, and other forms.

The course is divided into five areas of study:

  • Geographic Literacy
  • Natural Resources
  • Food From the Land
  • Industry and Trade
  • Urban Places

Introduction to Applied and Pre-Calculus Mathematics 20S

This course is for students who may be interested in post-secondary programs that require further study in mathematics. Students learn to use mathematics to solve problems related to real life situations, often using technology such as graphing calculators or computer software. They also learn to use algebra and abstract mathematics to solve problems that may or may not be related to real life situations. It is recommended that students earn a credit in this course in order to continue in either Grade 11 Applied Mathematics or Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Mathematics.

The topics studied in this course are:

  • Measurement (Linear, Surface Area and Volume)
  • Trigonometry
  • Coordinate Geometry (Characteristics of Linear Relations and Line Segments)
  • Linear Functions
  • Systems of Linear Equations
  • Algebra – Polynomial Factoring, Roots and Powers

Personal Finance 20S

Personal Finance focuses on developing fundamental financial literacy skills, including the value of money, basic economics, budgeting, saving, financial institution services, and investing. This is especially relevant to high school students, since they are entering the workforce and are considering future purchases that require financial planning, such as buying a car, travelling, or pursuing post-secondary education. Since financial literacy is a life skill, this course is a good option for all students.

Visual Arts 20S

Visual arts education draws from a broad field of visual arts practices that include drawing, illustration, work in paper, canvas, wood, and other materials, painting, sculpture, architecture, ceramics, installation art, digital art, printmaking, photography, filmmaking and video-making, animation, craft, urban art, media arts and emerging technologies, folk art, textile art, calligraphy, stained glass, jewellery, graffiti, mosaic, graphic art, environmental and industrial art (Markus et al.; Mittler; National Art Education Association), and other forms that are not yet known, envisioned, or articulated (Gude, “New School Art Styles” 7). These practices offer multiple ways for learners to engage with, connect with, and respond to their world through various approaches and in diverse visual arts education contexts. Visual arts education is not just about learning the language and practices of the visual arts, “it is about addressing who we are as people, embracing difference, encountering numerous cultures, interacting and collaborating with others, and inviting response” (Sansom 215–216, referring to dance education, but also applicable to visual arts education).

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