Applied Skills Gr. 10 – 12

This page covers grad resources for all electives in the draft curriculum.


Overdrive Resources

To find these resources please make sure you are logged in already with your passwords.

We have curated Gr. 10 – 12 resources under the “Collections” tab.

To search for different topics choose fiction, literature or non-fiction titles and then refine down the side for young adult.  This will yield resources specific to your age group.

Or search in the search bar using your search terms.

L4U Resources

Sign in to L4U physical resources catalogue with your passwords. You will be able to access content in Overdrive eLibrary as well as Ebscohost and Wikipedia by searching in the top tab on your search screen as shared below.


Online Resources

There is a BC teachers’ site for coding resources:  (Coding Resources Connected to BC’s Curriculum)  This is free to everyone.  First, you choose the grade level.  Then comes the part you’ll especially like:  on the right-hand side navigation, you can choose resources according to your own skills and knowledge in coding.  Enjoy the resources!


To find the login information for subscriptions, please choose “Curriculum Resources” on your parent’s homepage in Encom, the school computer system.  Scroll down the Resources listed until you find the subscription of your choice.



JavaScript 101  for Grades 9-12


Grades 9-12:  Coding; Japanese Coding Systems; Creating Mobile Apps; Patient Information and Diagnosis Coding; Binary:  Chalk Talk; Computer Technology in Art Careers; Math in Technology; Computer Systems Analyst:  Education and Certification Requirements; Using Technology in Your Work:  Creating a Career with the Arts in Mind; Mobile App Development and Deployment.

BC ExamBank

ExamBank is a website where students can write online practice exams in core subject areas for all grade levels from Kindergarten to Grade 12.  The ExamBank consists of nearly 500 practice exams pertaining to British Columbia’s curriculum. The exams are automatically and instantly scored to provide immediate feedback including correct answers and, in most cases, detailed explanations.  You can choose an exam that is just for a section you’ve studied, or to test an overview of the whole year’s work.

Choose Resources, Curricula, British Columbia and then choose “Applied Design, Skills and Technologies”:


Subjects immediately available are:  Applied Skills 11; Automotive Service Technician Level 1; Business Education 8 to 10, Business Education:  Accounting 11 and 12; Business Education: Business Computer Applications 11; Business Education: Business Information Management 12; Business Education: Data Management 12; Business Education: Entrepreneurship 12; Business Education: Financial Accounting 12;  Business Education: Management Innovation 12;  Business Education: Marketing 11 and 12; Carpentry Level 1; Economics 12; Home Economics: Cafeteria Training 11 and 12; Home Economics: Family Studies 10 to 12; Home Economics: Foods and Nutrition 8 to 12; Home Economics: Textiles 8 to 12; Human Services 11 and 12; Information Technology 8 to 10; Professional Cook 1; Skills Exploration 10 to 12; Technology Education 11 and 12: Automotive Technology; Technology Education 11 and 12: Carpentry and Joinery; Technology Education 11 and 12: Drafting and Design; Technology Education 11 and 12: Electronics; Technology Education 11 and 12: Industrial Design; Technology Education 11 and 12: Metal Fabrication and Machining; Technology Education 8 to 10; Tourism 11 and 12.

Be sure to choose the see-related-content-image icon  which will open up more programming under the subjects given above.  This also offers filters in the navigation on the left-hand side, by categories, subjects, language, age group, media type, closed captioning, etc.

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