SBI3U

Biology, Grade 11, University Preparation

Name of School: Toronto International Academy

Department: Department of Science

Course Developer(s): Krish Charkraborty

Course Development Date: February 2010

Course reviser(s)/revision Date: Mr.Walawski, April 2017

Course Title/Grade/Course Type: Biology, Grade 11, University Preparation

Ministry Course Code: SBI3U

Credit Value: 1.00

Name of the Ministry curriculum policy document(s) from which the course has been developed and publication date: The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12, Science 2008

Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic

Length: 110 hours

Tuition Fee: $529 (CAD)

Name of School: Toronto International Academy

Department: Department of Science

Course Developer(s): Krish Charkraborty

Course Development Date: February 2010

Course reviser(s)/revision Date: Mr.Walawski, April 2017

Course Title/Grade/Course Type: Biology, Grade 11, University Preparation

Ministry Course Code: SBI3U

Credit Value: 1.00

Name of the Ministry curriculum policy document(s) from which the course has been developed and publication date: The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12, Science 2008

Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic

Length: 110 hours

Tuition Fee: $729 (CAD)

Name of School: Toronto International Academy

Department: Department of Science

Course Developer(s): Krish Charkraborty

Course Development Date: February 2010

Course reviser(s)/revision Date: Mr.Walawski, April 2017

Course Title/Grade/Course Type: Biology, Grade 11, University Preparation

Ministry Course Code: SBI3U

Credit Value: 1.00

Name of the Ministry curriculum policy document(s) from which the course has been developed and publication date: The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12, Science 2008

Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic

Length: 110 hours

Tuition Fee: $529 (CAD)

Outline of Course Content:

Units Length

Unit 1:  Cellular Functions

22 hours

Unit 2:  Genetic Continuity

22 hours

Unit 3   Internal Systems and Regulation

22 hours

Unit 4:  Diversity of Living Things

22 hours

Unit 5:  Plants: Anatomy, Growth, and Function

22 hours
  Total: 110 hours

A Summary Description of Achievement in Each Percentage Grade Range
and Corresponding Level of Achievement

   

Percentage Grade Range

Achievement Level

Summary Description

80-100%

Level 4

A very high to outstanding level of achievement. Achievement is above the provincial standard.

70-79%

Level 3

A high level of achievement. Achievement is at the provincial standard.

60-69%

Level 2

A moderate level of achievement. Achievement is below, but approaching, the provincial standard.

50-59%

Level 1

A passable level of achievement. Achievement is below the provincial standard.

below 50%

Level R

Insufficient achievement of curriculum expectations. A credit will not be granted.

The student’s final grade for this course will be determined as outlined in Growing Success 2010.

 

A credit is granted and recorded for this course if the student’s grade is 50% or higher. The final grade for this course will be determined as follows:

 

  • Seventy per cent (70%)of the grade will be based on student’s products, observation, and conversation conducted throughout this course.  This portion of the grade should reflect the students’ most consistent level of achievement throughout the course, although special consideration should be given to the more recent evidence of achievement.

Thirty per cent (30%) of the grade will be based on a final evaluation in the form of a written examination, and a rich culminating performance task suitable to the course content and administered towards the end of the course.

Ongoing Assessment and Evaluation (70%)

Knowledge/ Understanding (25%)

· Test*/Quiz

· Written Assignments

· Class/Group Discussions

· Presentations

· Essays

· Lab activities

 

Communication (10%)

· Written Assignments

· Test*/Quiz

· Presentations

· Class/Group Discussions

· Essays

· Group work

 

Thinking/ Inquiry (15%)

· Presentations

· Written Assignments

· Class/Group Discussions

· Test*/Quiz

· Essays

· Lab activities

 

Application (20%)

· Written Products

· Presentations

· Test*/Quiz

· Essays

· Lab activities

 

Observations (KICA)

· Watching

· Listening

· Progress

 

Conversations (KICA)

· Speaking

· Conversations

· Presentations

· Conferences

· Tests may involve a wide range of questions and tasks and can be one valid form of assessment in each category.

 

Final Evaluation (30%)

                              CPT (10%)                                 Final Examination (20%)

Ongoing Assessment and Evaluation (70%)

Knowledge/ Understanding (25%)

· Test*/Quiz

· Written Assignments

· Class/Group Discussions

· Presentations

· Essays

· Lab activities

 

Communication (10%)

· Written Assignments

· Test*/Quiz

· Presentations

· Class/Group Discussions

· Essays

· Group work

 

Thinking/ Inquiry (15%)

· Presentations

· Written Assignments

· Class/Group Discussions

· Test*/Quiz

· Essays

· Lab activities

 

Application (20%)

· Written Products

· Presentations

· Test*/Quiz

· Essays

· Lab activities

 

Observations (KICA)

· Watching

· Listening

· Progress

 

Conversations (KICA)

· Speaking

· Conversations

· Presentations

· Conferences

· Tests may involve a wide range of questions and tasks and can be one valid form of assessment in each category.

 

Final Evaluation (30%)

                              CPT (10%)                                 Final Examination (20%)