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Γ‰cole Leila
North School
TAA - Technology and Applied Arts

​​​The TECHNOLOGY AND APPLIED ARTS programs at LEILA NORTH SCHOOL are designed to be exploratory in nature.

Students will participate in three out of six programs offered at each grade level. Programs are designed to develop basic skills and positive attitudes in each area of learning.

Problem solving and career information are also part of our TAA Programs.

See our pamphlet for additional information.

Programs


​Mr. Fife
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Home Economics:
The clothing and textiles program offers classes to grade 6 to 8. Learners will practice a variety of skills on the sewing machine through the production of quality products. An exploration of textiles and their use in everyday life is a component of this program, with an emphasis on consumerism, sustainability, and design principles. Learners will also receive opportunities to develop hand sewing through interest-based products.
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​Ms. Taylor


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​Foods and Nutrition:
Students will learn about safety in the kitchen, measuring equipment and techniques, following of recipe methods to prepare cooking projects and proper cleaning techniques.  Group cooperation and organization are very important to the success of the projects. Introductory nutrition based on Canada's Food Guide and healthy food choices are emphasized. Students prepare recipes to review proper kitchen techniques.  Recipes are chosen to reflect regional and global diversity in ingredients. Healthy choices and food related health concerns are emphasized.


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​Mr. Vanderhooft
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Graphics:
Graphic Communication will be the study of the many tools, materials and methods employed in the communications industry.  Students will be exposed to basic drafting principles, screen printing, poster making, vinyl cutting, Photoshopping and various graphics programs for mac computers.

 

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​Mr. Raabe
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​Woods:
The Grades 6 & 8 Woodworking program provides basic information about wood and wood products, selection, safe use and care of hand and power tools.  The program is designed to give the students insight into major areas of woodworking and to help students develop competent technical skills for good performance in broad areas of woodworking.

Metals:
The Grade 7 Metalworking program provides basic information about metal and metal products. Students will learn the safe use and care of hand and power tools. The program will help students develop technical skills in metalworking.

​Mr. Turner
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​Ms. Brown
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Performing Arts:
Students will explore different aspects of the performing arts including drama, music, and dance.  This course is multi-level, appropriate for students with varying levels of experience, from beginner to intermediate.  All instruments, costumes, and shoes will be provided.  Gym/ appropriate dance wear may be required. 

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​Mrs. Godfredsen
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Sustainable Wilderness, Sustainable Photography and Active Sustainability 
Grade 6 to 8 students will engage in many unique activities that will help build their sustainability literacy. Student will learn to better respect the earth, be eco friendly, and harvest from the land. This might include activities such as making pickles or harvesting honey. Students will learn the basics of photograph​y through exploring nature.  Finally a component of the course includes outdoor active living,​

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​Mr. Nychuk
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Active Living:
This course emphasizes and promotes lifelong healthy living habits through a variety of activities. Students will learn and develop movement skills, safety and injury prevention and ways to improve physical fitness through group and individual activities.
​Mr. Bytheway
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