This course is designed to give students the opportunity to develop their individual and collective sense of social responsibility through the acquisition and application of leadership skills and theory. Students will develop lifelong skills in the areas of self-image, goal setting, decision making, time management, communication skills, public speaking, school and community service, public relations, conflict resolution and an understanding of various leadership styles. This course will allow students the opportunity to acquire evidence and documentation to add to their graduation portfolio.
Units of Instruction:
Leadership 10 Units - What is Leadership?, Self-Assessment, Communication, Implementation of Projects, Team Building.
Leadership 11 Units - Leadership Overview, Personal Leadership, Communication, School Relations and Implementation, Team Building, School Improvement Projects.
Leadership 12 Units - Philosophy of Leadership, Personal Leadership, Communication, School and Community Relations and Implementation, Team Building, School and/or Community Legacy Project(s).
Leadership 10 - Self and Peer Evaluation 10%, Class participation 20%, Written Work/Projects 20%, Volunteer Service 30%, Notebook 20%.
Leadership 11 - Self and Peer Evaluation/Journaling 10%, Class participation 20%, Written Work/Projects 20%, Volunteer Service 30%, Notebook 10%, School Improvement Projects 10%.
Leadership 12 - Self and Peer Evaluation/Journaling 10%, Class participation 20%, Written Work/Projects 20%, Volunteer Service 30%, Notebook 10%, School Improvement Projects 10%.
Leadership 10 - none, Leadership 11 - none, Leadership 12 - none.
Aboriginal Leadership 12
The Aboriginal Leadership Course has been designed to give students a practical experience with respect leadership and therefore will take them into field studies of work placements. For students at Mission Secondary their work placement has been at Mission Central Elementary. In addition, this course will also require students to do academic work; within their scope of academic work they will conduct research on both historical and contemporary Aboriginal Leaders. They will also be given “in class assignments” designed to invite students to critically analyze what being a leader means. Therefore in term one, as in term two, the learning outcomes is a synthesis of both the practical experience and the theoretical understanding of leadership. It is hoped that this will encourage students to act as leaders within our school community, their home communities and in their day to day living as Canadian citizens. This is a Board Authorized Course and students who enroll in this course will receive 4 credits toward their graduation program.
Students will be graded on their work placement and on classroom assignments.
Students should have completed First Nations Studies 12.