SEMESTER II SCHEDULE
 
Date Sessions
Friday January 25th Reflections: What do I Know?
What Else do I need to Know?
Friday February 1st What's My VIBE?
Values, Inspiration, Beliefs and Expectations
Friday February 8th Leadership with Service
Initiative Planning - Community Project
Friday February 15th Working in Groups: The Service Project
Friday Febraury 22nd Career Planning
Friday March 1st Health & Wellness: S.W.E.E.T Sex
Saturday March 2nd Recreational Activity/ Hunger Games
Friday March 8th Critical Citizenship
Friday March 15th Health & Wellness: Nutrition
Friday March 22nd Talk Yah Talk - Open Discussion
Friday March 29th Community Project
Friday April 5th Up De Thing:
New Horses, Hurdles & Horizons
Friday April 12th Closing Ceremony
May 2019 Cultural & Heritage Tour - Sister Campus

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Reflection: What do I know ? What else do I need to know?

Date: Friday January 25th

Learning Outcomes:

  • Construct meaning from the experiences of semester 1

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What's My VIBE? Values, Inspirations Beliefs & Expectations

Date: Friday Febraury 1st

Learning Outcomes:

  • Examine values, inspirations, beliefs and expectations
  • Correlate my VIBE to my personal academic journey

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Leadership with Service: Community Project

Date: Friday February 8th

Learning Outcomes:

  • Define leadership
  • Identify at least five attributes of leadership
  • Explain the relationship between leadership and service

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Working in Groups: The Service Project

Date: Friday February 15th

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify a social or environmental problem confronting vulnerable/marginalised populations
  • Discuss social or environmental problems with stakeholders
  • Perform a communty project
 

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Career Planning

Date: Friday February 22nd

Learning Outcomes:

  • Incorporate personal beliefs and values into career decision making
  • Identify ways of gaining and utilising world of work and career inforamtion
  • Identify and explore potentially satisfying occupations
  • Develop an effective career plan to reach career goals

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Health & Wellness: S.W.E.E.T Sex

Date: Friday March 1st

Learning Outcomes:

  • Expalin Sexual Health
  • Pratice responsible behaviour to promote sexual health and reduce risk
  • Learn and practice responsible preventative measures - contraception
  • Explain the imporance of self-value and respect
  • Practice assertiveness in the face of negative peer pressure

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Recreational Activity: Hunger Games

Date: Saturday March 2nd

  • Participate in team building activities
  • Identify the benefits and challenges of working in groups
  • Identify steps to problem-solving

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Critical Citizenship

Date: Friday March 8th

Learning Outcomes:

  • Develop personal definition of citizenship

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Health & Wellness: Nutrition

Date: Friday March 15th

  • Pratice behaviour to promote health and reduce risk
  • Explain the principles of physical wellness
  • Utilise skills for lifelong physical wellness
  • Integrate mind, body and spirit into a healthy lifestyle

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Talk Yuh Talk : Open Discussion

Date: March 22nd

Learning Outcomes:

  • Construct and engage in meaningful discussion
 

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Community Project
Date: March 29th

                                                                                                                 
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Up De Ting: New Horses, Hurdles & Horizons 

Date: April 5th

Learning Outcomes:

  • Evaluate FYS experiences
  • Rank FYS experiences
  • Discuss expectations for second year

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Closing Ceremony

Date: April 12th
 

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Cultural & Heritage Tour - Sister Campus

Date: May 2019

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the multiple points of view regarding cultural products, practices, and perspectives
  • Identify landmarks, monuments and events of historical significance
  • Examine local history and traditions
  • Identify values and behaviours as a product of culture
  • Describe ways in which culture and heritage are preserved and recorded
  • Identify values and behaviours informed by culture
 

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