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ICP - Component 2

comp2 International Coursework

This component requires you to complete FOUR Grade 11 or 12 level courses with a specified international focus AND to complete at least TWO major summative tasks with a specific internationalized focus in any other courses between Grades 9 and 12. Alternatively, you may obtain THREE credits from those listed below plus another international language credit, with PRIOR approval from your school’s guidance counsellor, the International Certificate Advisor AND the International Education Coordinator.

Part A: Internationalized Courses - You must take any FOUR provincially accredited full credit courses that have a specified international focus from the following list of Grade 11 and 12 courses:
 
Course Title
Course Code(s)
Music
AMU4M or another senior music course
Dance
ATC3O or ATC3M, ATC4M or ATC4E
Visual Arts
AVI3M and/or AVI4M
International Business
BBB4M or BBB4E
Analysing Current Economic Issues
CIA4U
The Americas: Geographic Patterns and Issues
CGD3M
Physical Geography: Patterns, Processes and Interactions
CGF3M
Travel and Tourism: A Regional Geographic Perspective
CGG3O
Canadian and World Issues: A Geographic Analysis
CGW4U
World Geography: Human Patterns and Interactions
CGU4U
The Environment and Resource Management
CGR4M or CGR4E
World Geography: Urban Patterns and Interactions
CGU4C
American History
CHA3U
World History to the Sixteenth Century
CHW3M
Canadian History and Politics Since 1945
CHH3C or CHH3E
Twentieth-Century History: Global and Regional Perspectives
CHT3O
Canada: History, Identity and Culture
CHI4U
World History: The West and the World
CHY4U or CHY4C
Adventures in World History
CHM4E
Canadian and International Law
CLN4U
Canadian and World Politics
CPW4U
Music
AMU4M or another senior music course
Studies in Literature
ETS4U or ETS4C
Issues of Indigenous Peoples in a Global Context
NDW4M
Environmental Science
SVN3M or SVN3E
Food and Nutrition Sciences
HFA4U or HFA4C
The Fashion Industry
HNB4O
Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology
HSP3U or HSP3C
Challenge and Change in Society
HSB4U
World Religions: Beliefs, Issues and Religious Traditions
HRT3M
World Religions: Beliefs and Daily Life
HRF3O
World Cultures
HSC4M
Hospitality and Tourism
TFJ3C and/or TFJ4C, TFJ3E and/or
French Immersion FIF3U and/or FIF4U
 
OR select courses from Classical Studies (Greek/Latin at Levels A-C) and International Languages (a Grade 12 international language credit at Level D).
 
Selected course codes by level
 
University*
Mixed*
College
Workplace
Open
CGW4U
ATC3M
CHH3C
BBB4E
CGG3O
CGU4U
ATC4M
CHY4C
CGR4E
CHT3O
CHA3U
AVI3M
ETS4C
CHH3E
HNB4O
CHI4U
AVI4M
HFA4C
CHM4E
HRF3O
CHY4U
BBB4M
HSP4C
SVN3E
CLN4U
CGD3M
TFJ3C
TFJ3E
CPW4U
CGF3M
TFJ4C
TFJ4E
ETS4U
CGR4M
TFT3C
HFA4U
CHW3M
TFT4C
HSP3U
NDW4M
HSB4U
SVN3M
FIF3U
HRT3M
FIF4U
HSC4M
 
In addition, select courses from Classical Studies (Greek/Latin at Levels A-C) and International Languages (a Grade 12 international language credit at Level D) may qualify.

*Some of these courses are also available at the Enriched, Gifted, French Immersion and Advanced Placement (AP) levels.
 
** A maximum of 2 Arts (“A”) courses can be applied to Component 2.
 
It is important to recognize that many other credit courses, including Co-operative Education credits with an international focus, may be eligible to meet the coursework requirements, with the PRIOR approval from your school’s guidance counsellor, the International Certificate Advisor AND the International Education Coordinator.
 
Not all of the eligible courses will be available at your school, but additional credits can be obtained through Continuing Education or through e-Learning Ontario. Please seek PRIOR approval from your school’s guidance counsellor, the International Certificate Advisor AND the International Education Coordinator. 
 
Part B: Internationalized Summative Tasks - With your teachers’ approval, you must adapt the major summative task in any TWO other courses between Grades 9 and 12 by taking a specific international, intercultural or global perspective on each of the two summative assignments. You may wish to ask your International Certificate Advisor for assistance on ways you might adapt the two summative tasks. Remember that you must obtain permission from your course teacher before starting any “internationalized” summatives.
 
*It is important to note that summative assignments in courses such as World Religions, Geography, World Issues, etc. may already be internationalized and therefore might not require further adaptation.*
 
Internationalized Curriculum: “A curriculum which gives international and intercultural knowledge and abilities, aimed at preparing students for performing (professionally, socially, emotionally) in an international and multicultural context.” (Nilsson, 2000)
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