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QuÉbec Curriculum
(Effective September 2003)

(Number corresponding to Lesson)

Personal and Social Development (Grades 9, 10 and 11)

Program Objectives:
Enable students to distinguish, in their own lives, the various facets of human life, such as health, sexuality, interpersonal relations, consumerism and community life
Enable students to shed light on their notions, values and actions as they pertain to various stages of their development
Enable students to gain a better understanding of the social dimension of their personality in order for them to maintain healthy relationships within their community
Enable students to discover and appreciate the uniqueness of each individual in order for them to learn to respect others in the diverse realities of human life
Enable students to understand their rights and responsibilities as citizens as well as the necessity, in a democratic society, for standards to be established collectively

Ethics and Morality (grade 9)

By the end of this course, students will:
Demonstrate an understanding of the need to acknowledge others in order to work out relationships
Demonstrate an awareness of the requirement of acknowledging others for a greater welfare and improved standards of living, both individually and within the community

Ethics and Morality (grade 10)

By the end of this course, students will:
Identify possible attitudes towards conflicting values, by taking into account their impact on the family and the community

Ethics and Morality (grade 11)

By the end of this course, students will:
Realize, by taking into consideration both personal and group moral dilemmas, the complexity of distinguishing between good and bad on a personal level and within the community