English courses 2021-22 – Semester 1:

Room          A           B            C          D
116

ENG1DI-02

R. Woolley

305

XADA34MOI-01

Sparks

ADA1OI-01

Kolodziej

ADA1OI-02

Sparks

501

ENG3UI-01

Kolodziej

ENG2DI-03

Caissie

ENG2PI-02

Kolodziej

503

ENG3CI-01

Lotz

ENG4CI-01

R. Woolley

ENG3UI-03

Lotz

505

ENG2DI-01

Cosgriffe

ENG1PI-01

Cosgriffe

ENG1LI-01

J. Woolley

ENG4UI-03

Cosgriffe

506

ENG3UI-0

Fraser

ENG1DI-03

Fraser

ENG1DI-04

Fraser

507

ENG4UI-01

Cvetich

XENG1PDX-01

Cvetich

XEWC4CUI-01

Cvetich

525

ENG2PI-01

Caissie

ENG2DI-04

Simpson

528

ENG2DI-02

Scheerer

ENG3CI-02

Scheerer

532

ENG1DI-01

Wright

ENG4UI-02

Wright

ENG4CI-02

Wright

535

XENG34EI-01

McIntyre

Course Selection Information:

1. For Gr. 8 Parents and students: Grade 9 Course Options

2. For Grade 9 students: Grade 10 Course Options

3. For Grade 10 students: Grade 11 Course Options

4. For Grade 11 students: Grade 12 Course Options

Do you like to write creatively? There are 2 ways to join a writing community at W-O:

1. Take a course. The Writer’s Craft(EWC4CU) is a grade 12 course offered at both the college and university level. You will have the opportunity to work on your writing skills, in a variety of forms, styles, and genres, in a creative environment with like-minded students.

2. Join the W-O Say-So. This is the school student ‘newspaper’ that publishes student writing on-line. Listen to announcements for weekly meeting information or contact Mr. Cvetich for more information. Check out the Say-So site: W-O Say-So

Some useful online resources:

Finding-Secondary-SourcesThe Virtual Library is a collection of online databases.  Use your school computer account for both school and home access.

Concordance of Shakespeare’s complete works: This is part of the open source Shakespeare program.