Component Indicators

Suggested Achievement Indicators

 Suggested Achievement Indicators for each Prescribed Learning Outcome support teachers in assessing student achievement. These achievement indicators define the knowledge acquired, skills applied, or attitudes demonstrated by a student in relation to the Prescribed Learning Outcomes.

 Students who complete the following Suggested Achievement Indicators will fully meet expectations for the corresponding Prescribed Learning Outcomes. These achievement indicators are not mandatory. They are suggestions only, provided to assist teachers in assessing how well their students achieve the Prescribed Learning Outcomes. Teachers may develop alternative achievement indicators to meet the unique needs of learners.

 Personal Health

 

Prescribed Learning Outcomes

 

Suggested Achievement Indicators

 

 It is expected that students will:

The following set of indicators may be used to assess student achievement for each corresponding Prescribed Learning Outcome. Students who fully meet the Prescribed Learning Outcome are able to:

•    demonstrate the knowledge, attitudes, and positive habits needed to be healthy individuals, responsible for their own physical and emotional well-being, by

–   engaging, from Grade 10 to Grade 12, in at least 150 minutes per week of moderate to vigorous physical activity

•    document the physical activity using logs, memberships, photos, letters, or other evidence (see ActNow BC Program Guide)

•    indicate how the activity aligns with their personal fitness goals, reflecting lifestyle and physical limitations

–   developing a long-term personal healthy living plan appropriate to their lifestyle that describes

-   sound nutritional habits

-   regular exercise routines

-   emotional health management (e.g., ways to manage stress)

-   positive health choices

•    provide a personal health plan, including

–    an analysis of diet and nutrition guides (e.g., Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide) as they relate to the student

–    a comparison of the benefits and challenges of various fitness activities (e.g., weight training programs, running programs, leisure activities)

–    examples of health service providers, including their target audience and contribution to the community

–    examples of stress-management techniques

•    verify approval of the plan with parent and teacher signatures

 Community Connections

Note: The Board of Education or Independent School Authority defines the term “community.”

 

 

Prescribed Learning Outcomes

 

Suggested Achievement Indicators

 

 It is expected that students will:

The following set of indicators may be used to assess student achievement for each corresponding Prescribed Learning Outcome. Students who fully meet the Prescribed Learning Outcome are able to:

•    demonstrate the skills required to work effectively and safely with others and to succeed as individual and collaborative workers, by

–   participating in at least 30 hours of work experience and/or community service

•    provide documentation of work experience and/or community service (e.g., pay slip, log book, letter, form, or certificate signed by an employer, community person, or agency/organization)

–   describing the duties performed, the connections between the experience and employability/life skills, and the benefit to the community and to the student

•    describe procedures, tools, and/or equipment used

•    identify fundamental skills developed (e.g., communicating, teamwork, managing information, thinking, problem solving, using numbers)

•    identify self-management skills developed (e.g., demonstrating positive attitudes and behaviours; being responsible, adaptable, respectful)

•    explain how the skills can be transferred to other situations

•    describe the significance of their contribution

 Career and Life

 

Prescribed Learning Outcomes

 

Suggested Achievement Indicators

 

 It is expected that students will:

The following set of indicators may be used to assess student achievement for each corresponding Prescribed Learning Outcome. Students who fully meet the Prescribed Learning Outcome are able to:

•    demonstrate the confidence and competency needed to be self-directed individuals, by

–  developing a comprehensive plan that indicates they are prepared to successfully transition from secondary school, which includes

-   completion of transition activities that are relevant to and support their career, life, and learning goals

-   identification and communication of achievements that reflect the development of the attributes of a BC graduate

-   identification and communication of costs and funding sources associated with education, career, and life options after graduation

•    provide evidence they have met all Graduation Transitions Prescribed Learning Outcomes

•    demonstrate growth in relation to the Attributes of the BCGraduate and Conference Board of Canada employability skills

•    display completed examples of applications for work, post-secondary programs, training, volunteer programs, scholarships, bursaries, or awards

•    participate in career-related activities outside the school setting (e.g., work experience, job shadowing, job fairs, seminars, open houses, workshops, research, self-assessment)

•    revise and finalize their transition plans in relation to their career focus area

•    create a financial plan to support their post-secondary plans (e.g., education, training, travelling, working)

–   presenting selected components of their transition plan to members of the school and/or community

•    demonstrate and practise communication, organizational, and presentation skills in a format relevant to the student

•    share their transition plan and short- and long-term goals in an exit interview, presentation, conversation with a teacher, or other manner determined by the school or district

•    demonstrate how they display initiative, set priorities, and establish goals through selected achievements in which they take pride

•    showcase significant accomplishments and indicate how those learning experiences prepare them for successful transitions to life after secondary school

 

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Gold River Secondary School
(School District 84)
201 Muchalat Drive (Box 700)
Gold River, British Columbia
Canada V0P 1G0

Phone: 250-283-2538
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