WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW


How does online study work?

Online learning is a form of teacher-led, independent, student-paced study that offers an alternative to  courses offered in a traditional classroom setting. You study from home or anywhere you can have  access to the Internet. Instruction and most tests and assignments are conducted online, via email. A few  ACE courses may require a supervised final exam. In most cases, you upload completed assignments  directly to the course site. All you need is reliable access to a computer with an internet connection. Your ACE Distance teacher and program advisor are available for academic support and consultation online. They will respond within 24 hours (weekdays).

Technical support is also available to you 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.


Is there anything I need to do before registering for an ACE Distance course?


We care about your success and are committed to providing you with high quality online courses and  support to enable you to reach your goal. To maximize your chances of success, you must complete the
ESEE assessment and meet our course entry standards and successfully complete the Learn to Learn  course as an orientation to ACE Distance learning.


How do I register for ACE Distance courses?


Tuition-free registration takes place in January, March, April, June,  September and November.  Before  registering for ACE Distance courses you must have completed the Consent and Participant Information  Form and Learn to Learn.  It is your responsibility to register at the college of your choice.  Marla White-Ranger  and the Learn to Learn staff are not able to register you.  You will receive detailed directions and contact  information at the end of Learn to Learn about registering for an ACE Distance course.


If I'm taking an ACE course that requires a textbook, where do I get this book?

Textbooks are provided free of charge to students in the tuition-free sessions. Students must contact Marla White-Ranger to arrange for texts.  Once you are enrolled in your ACE Distance course please email Marla White-Ranger at marlawhite75@gmail.com and provide the following information: the name of the ACE course, your address and your phone number. Marla will arrange to have your e-text sent to you. You don't need the textbook to get started. All courses have been designed to allow you to get going immediately.

Is there a limit to the number of ACE Distance courses I can take?

Courses vary from 80 to 120 hours in length. Most courses are 120 hours long and require a minimum of  10 hours per week of study. To maximize your success and to avoid overloading yourself, you are only allowed to register in one course at a time. Once you have completed your first course, you can enrol in another course. You may enrol in as many courses as you require, but you may only participate in one course at any one time. If you are unsuccessful you will not be allowed to take another course for free.

Remember to set realistic goals based on the number of hours you can devote to your studies each  week. John Lennon once said that life is what happens while we’re busy making other plans; you need to  plan how you will deal with family, health, personal, and job-related issues that may arise.


What courses do I need to get my ACE Certificate?


In order to qualify for your ACE Certificate (Grade 12 equivalent) you need to complete the following:

Upon completion, you will can apply to the registrar’s office at your enrolling college to receive an ACE  Certificate. The Certificate identifies the college where you registered and is signed by the appropriate  senior management representative. You may also request an official transcript from the registering  college when you have successfully completed the program.


Do I need to complete all the courses required to achieve the ACE Certificate to get into the college program of my choice?


Not necessarily. Many students only take the courses they need to meet the prerequisites for admission  to further education. If you are applying to college as a mature student, you only need to complete the  stated prerequisite courses to be considered for admission to that program.

Check and confirm the admission requirements and prerequisites of the postsecondary programs at  each college where you’re applying. These can vary, and you don’t want any unexpected surprises when  it comes to decision time. Prepare yourself for success by ensuring you are enrolling in the courses required by the program and college of your choice.


How long does it typically take to complete an ACE Distance course?

You are allowed a maximum of 22 weeks to complete each course. This is assuming you can devote an  average of 10 hours per week to your studies. Depending on the number of hours you study a week and  your motivation, you may complete in less time.

What is ESEE?

The three parts of the Essential Skills for Employment and Education (ESEE) is an assessment  requirement that must be completed within five days. Take the assessment very seriously as it will  determine your entrance into ACE courses. Be sure to do the assessment in a quiet place where you can concentrate. You will only be allowed one opportunity to take the assessment. If you score 226 or  greater on the Reading Portion, you will be able to complete L2L. If you score between 225 and 250 you  will have to take the six week Communications Support course once you complete Learn to Learn. Once  you successfully complete Comm Support, your name will be added to the Approval List for ACE  Distance Courses. Those who score 225 or less are referred to one of our partner programs for remedial  upgrading. After six months of upgrading and approval from the partner program instructor, students  may return for another attempt at ACE courses.


How do ACE courses compare with high school courses?

The following chart provides the equivalency comparison of ACE courses to the comparable OSSD courses:

ACE COURSE

OSSD EQUIVALENT

COMMUNICATIONS

English, Grade 12, College Preparation ENG4C

CORE MATHEMATICS

Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life, Grade 12,Workplace Preparation MEL4E

APPRENTICESHIP MATHEMATICS

Foundations for College Mathematics, Grade 12,
College Preparation MAP4C

BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

Foundations for College Mathematics, Grade 12,
College Preparation MAP4C

TECHNOLOGY MATHEMATICS

Mathematics for College Technology, Grade 12,
College Preparation MCT4C

BIOLOGY

Biology, Grade 11, College Preparation SBI3C

CHEMISTRY

Chemistry, Grade 12, College Preparation SCH4C

PHYSICS

Physics, Grade 11, University Preparation SPH3U  OR

Physics, Grade 12, College Preparation SPH4C

 

How long does it take to get assignments marked?

Assignments are generally marked within 48 hours. During high volume time, it may take a bit longer to  mark assignments.

ACE Distance courses are delivered through OntarioLearn. Since OntarioLearn courses start at the  beginning of each month, try to submit all assignments within the first three weeks of the month. This  ensures that your assignments have enough time to be completed, corrected if necessary, and graded  with a pass. Students who have not completed L2L by the end of the month will have to wait until the  next approved intake.

When are the Registration Dates for ACE Distance Courses?

ACE Distance is part of the OntarioLearn system. Students register through their enrolling college  according to the system they have in place. Some colleges have Student Information Systems that can  enroll a student in advance of the intake and carry the registration forward. Others have systems which  only open up one month before the course start date. When you complete L2L contact the individual at  your enrolling college to register. They will be able to provide you with complete information about  their registration process.

Although classes start on the first business day of the month, registration continues during the first  week. If you are late in registering it is YOUR responsibility to make sure you have your User ID and  password and log in within the first 10 days of the course.


When are free intakes available?


Free intakes for ACE Distance courses are in January, March, April, June, September, and November.  Students can only take 1 course at a time so planning is essential. Students must meet the entry  standard for each ACE course.

ACE Distance courses are free to Ontario residents who are 19 years or older and is dependent on funding. Students are provided with one free opportunity to complete an ACE Distance course and can  continue taking courses as long as they are passing. If a student fails a course or drops out of a course  and wishes to return they must do so as a fee payer. It is important to choose your courses carefully and  be realistic about the time you can devote to school to ensure you succeed.


How do I put my name on the approved list for free ACE Distance courses?


Because of budget constraints, we have to limit the number of students we can enrol in each free intake  of ACE Distance programming.

1. Tuition free intakes for ACE Distance courses are available in January, March, April, June, September, and November.

2. Restricting intakes only applies to high demand courses -Core Math, Biology and Communications.

What do you need to do to get your name on the approved list?

1. Complete Learn to Learn (L2L).

2. Meet the entry standard required for admission to your choice of ACE courses.

3. If you have met the entry standard and your next step is enrolling in Core Math, Communications, or  Biology, you will be placed on the approved list when you complete L2L. Placement is on a first come  first served basis.

4. Your name and course will be sent to your choice of enrolling college.

5. YOU MUST CONTACT THE COLLEGE AND REGISTER FOR THE COURSE YOURSELF. WE CANNOT REGISTER YOU.

Why do I need a course outline?

Every ACE course has a course outline. You should print and keep a copy of the course outline for your reference and future use. Often employers and educational institutions want to know the outcomes you  have achieved and the material you have covered.


How do I transfer from college-based ACE classroom study to ACE Distance?

Often students’ personal and employment situations change, and they are no longer able to participate  in classroom-based delivery. Consequently we have established a process which enables students to  transfer the work they have done in class to their distance course in order to complete the subject and  achieve their academic goals. Talk to your classroom teacher to discuss whether registering for an ACE  Distance course is suitable for you. You don’t have to start the course again. We can transfer your  current grades to the ACE Distance teacher. If you and your classroom teacher decide that transferring  to ACE Distance is best for you, contact Stephanie Balsdon at sbalsdonl2l@gmail.com to start the  process. The following outlines the process which must be followed.

1. The student must complete Learn to Learn (L2L) in order to enroll in an ACE Distance course.

2. In order to arrange for the transferring of grades, it is critical that students provide the following  information as soon as possible:

3. This information should be forwarded to Stephanie Balsdon at sbalsdonl2l@gmail.com

4. Once Stephanie has received this information, she will arrange for the classroom and distance  teachers to connect to discuss the student’s progress and grades and make sure all the data is  transferred to the ACE Distance grade sheet.

5. If a student is in pre ACE level programming, there will be nothing to transfer. If the student passes  the intake assessment in Learn to Learn, s/he is welcome to register in an ACE Distance

6. We are only able to arrange the transferring of grades within the college system. If a student is  transferring from a school board program to a college program, any transfer of progress must be done by representatives of the two programs.

7. FINAL STEP: Once students have completed L2L, they must register for the ACE Distance course at the college they have selected. Students must complete this final step. Learn to Learn teachers are not able to do this for students.

If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Balsdon at sbalsdonl2l@gmail.com

If you are enrolling in a tuition-free intake of ACE Distance (January, March, April, June, September, November) there will be no charge and your textbook will be provided.

How do I transfer from ACE Distance to college-based, in-class learning?

Online learning is not everyone`s cup of tea. If you prefer classroom learning, ACE courses are available  free of charge at all 24 colleges across Ontario. At last count, ACE programming was available in more than 75 communities across the province. To find out where in-class ACE courses are available in your area, contact the college(s) closest to you: click here.

 

Why do I need the Learn to Learn course?

Completing this prerequisite 20-hour orientation course will determine if you have the necessary  personal, computer and academic skills – as well as the confidence – to successfully participate in ACE  Distance courses. You can proceed through the material at your own pace and support is available each  step of the way.

The Learn to Learn course will help you:


The Learn to Learn course is intended to get you started on the road to further training as quickly as  possible. It will make sure you are taking the right courses in the right order.


Am I required to take the Learn to Learn course before registering in ACE Distance?

Success is often 90% preparation, 10% perspiration. Students are required to complete the Learn to  Learn course prior to registering for an ACE Distance course.

What are the details about the course?

Length: 20 hours total (You are allowed 30 days to complete).  You must complete the first assignment  within 5 days and must log in to the L2L course within 10 days.

Format: Online with support of an Instructor/Advisor

Cost: No fee for Ontario residents.

Start Date: Every Monday after 12:00 noon (Tuesday if Monday is a holiday)

This program is supported by funding from the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.


Registration Form for Learn to Learn (L2L)

The first step to getting started is registering for the Learn to Learn course. You must successfully  complete this orientation and assessment course in order to register in an ACE Distance course. Learn to Learn consists of assessments and assignments designed to determine if you have the necessary personal, computer and academic skills as well as the confidence to successfully participate in ACE Distance courses. Students who do not have the necessary skills may be referred to other online  and classroom-based programs which will meet their immediate needs.

 
You will need to have your own email address.

It is important to create an address which is appropriate and professional. Use at least part of your name in the email address. This helps us to identify you and makes corresponding with you much more efficient. You may not use someone else's email address.

When creating an academic email address registering as janedoe@gmail.com or jane@gmail.com is  acceptable. Choosing an email address such as sexymomma@gmail.com is not appropriate. You may  choose to use this type of email address for your personal email but we will not register students who  do not provide us with an appropriate academic email address.

There are many free email providers on the Internet. You can sign up for a free email account at Gmail,  Hotmail, and Yahoo, but there are many others. To find out how to sign up for your email address,  search the Internet for the email provider of your choice and follow their instructions.

Essential Skills Assessment Policy

Students enrolled in Learn to Learn will be asked to complete the Essential Skills assessment to  determine the student’s level in Reading, Document Use, and Numeracy. Students who score less than  225 will be referred to one of our partner agencies while those who score less than 250 in the Reading  portion of the assessment will be required to take the Communications Support course before they will  be permitted to enroll in ACE courses.  Students who score less than 250 on the Numeracy Assessment  must complete the Numeracy Support course. In instances where a student requires both courses,  Communications Support must be completed before moving on to Numeracy Support.

Students who are referred to Communications Support are required to complete the course. They must  then re-write the Reading portion of the ACE Essential Skills test and score a minimum of 250 to be allowed to enroll in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Communications and all Math courses. Students scoring below this level will not be adequately prepared to read the complex materials ACE Science and  Communications courses require nor will they be able to read, decipher and understand word problems  in the math courses.

A student scoring at least 226 on the ACE Essential Skills reading component will be allowed to enroll for  Self Management & Self Direction and/or Computers but may not progress to other ACE courses until their reading score is at the 250 level.  Students requiring more assistance will be referred to another agency in order to strengthen their reading skills and may return to ACE Distance at a later date. 

Students with a documented learning or other disability may be exempt from this requirement. For more information please contact Stephanie Balsdon at sbalsdonl2l@gmail.com.

ACE Distance faculty members have reviewed the relationship between Essential Skills components and performance in ACE Distance courses.  As a result we are currently using the following ES scores as our  entry standard.  We will be reviewing these in the next month against the performance of students in  our September 2013 intake which ends February 2nd to see if we need to make adjustments.

ACE Distance Course ES Score Required


You have 30 days to complete the L2L course.


Please do not sign up for the course if you know that you will not have access to a computer and the  Internet during this 30 day period. Students, who do not complete the ESEE assessment within 5 days  and who do not login to L2L  within 10 days of receiving their log on email, will be removed and will have  to re-register. Students can only register for the L2L course two times.

If you do not have a computer, there are 112 access sites in communities across Ontario where you can  use computers at no charge. For more information about locations, go to http://studyonline.ca/student-services/online- learning-centres

What ACE courses can I take?

Learn to Learn, Communications Support, and Numeracy Support are  all offered throughout the year at no charge to students. The level of funding the CSC currently receives from the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development enables the CSC to provide tuition-free sections of ACE Distance courses in January, March. April, June, September, and November on a first-come-first-served basis.  Registrations in Communications, Core  Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry are limited to 40 students per intake and these courses fill quickly.

ACE Numeracy Support

We recognize that math is a skill where lack of use can cause skills to become rusty. To help you refresh  skills you once learned but haven't used in a while, we have developed a 40-hour Numeracy Support course for students who score between 225 - 229 on the Numeracy assessment.  The course is centred on the basics (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) in the context of fundamental math topics. The course includes a review of Whole Numbers, Fractions, Decimals, Percentages, and Units of Measurement.

There are ten free ACE courses available in both English and French:

ACE Communications

The ACE Communications course emphasizes reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Students are asked to demonstrate their ability to evaluate the information, ideas, issues, and styles evident in a  variety of informational texts, media works and literary pieces. Students use different sources to gather  information, select appropriate forms of writing and choose from a range of organizational structures in  producing unified and effective written work. Learners will also process and use oral communication  effectively, assess a variety of media works and create one type of media work.

Course Length: 120 hours Textbook: None required


ACE Communications Support

Communications Support delivered in ten modules provides students with the necessary English reading  and writing skills for functioning in an online academic environment.  Students are provided with lessons ranging from basic sentence structures to organizing and developing paragraphs.  A listening component is also found in some units.  These listening activities are for students to become accustomed to a variety of English accents in a variety of formats, which will help them build the extensive listening skills that are required to listen to online lectures.

Course Length: Each module consists of approximately 3 hours of study and is designed to be completed in four to five days.


ACE Core Mathematics

The Core Mathematics course is designed to give students a grounding in varied aspects of mathematics, including numeric and algebraic operations; measurement and geometry; collecting, displaying andanalyzing data; mathematical relationships; statistics and probability; simple and compound interest; and everyday financing. Core Mathematics is a prerequisite for registering in other ACE mathematics courses and is recommended as preparation for Physics.

Course Length: 120 hours Textbook: None required


ACE Apprenticeship Mathematics

This course is designed for students preparing for various college and apprenticeship programs and/or  the workplace who wish to consolidate their basic mathematical skills and improve their problem-solving techniques. It builds on the algebraic skills mastered in previous mathematics courses, developing algebraic and trigonometric strategies that will provide the means to arrive at solutions in a structured, dependable way. Units of study include number sense and algebra; measurement and geometry; proportional reasoning; analytic geometry; relations and functions; trigonometric functions;  statistics and probability; and personal finance.

Course Length: 100 hours Textbook: Supplied
Prerequisite: ACE Core Mathematics


ACE Business Mathematics

This course is designed to increase comprehension and performance of mathematical operations and to  involve the student in the application of business mathematical techniques. The material covered  includes the study of arithmetic and geometric sequences and series; simple and compound interest;  annuities; exponential growth; retail mathematics; data analysis - collecting, organizing, and analyzing  data; self-study and the application of learned skills to numerous problems; developing student skills in  handling business mathematical problems.

Course Length: 120 hours Textbook: Required
Prerequisite: ACE Core Mathematics


ACE Technology Mathematics

The Technology Mathematics course builds on and expands the fundamental algebraic skills mastered in  Core Mathematics. The objective of the course is to teach students the necessary mathematical skills in preparation for technical/math-focused postsecondary college programs. After successful completion of the learning outcomes, students will be able to use their skills to solve applied problems involving  linear/polynomial/rational/exponential expressions and equations, logarithmic functions, radical and  complex numbers, trigonometry, measurement and geometry. The course will involve the use of both  calculators and technology-specific software.

Course Length: 120 Hours Textbook: Required
Prerequisite: Core Mathematics


ACE Biology

Throughout the ACE Biology course, students will learn (individually and in groups) to employ a  disciplined approach to the processes of biology including scientific inquiry, problem solving and design.  Students will apply biology concepts and principles in such areas as the study of cells, microbiology,  human anatomy and physiology, plant structure and physiology and environmental science as well as  select and use appropriate numeric, symbolic, graphical and linguistic modes to represent and  communicate scientific concepts and experimental results. Learners will demonstrate skills in retrieving  and evaluating information pertaining to biological ideas. ACE Biology also has a component where  students can assess career choices in science and technology.

Course Length: 120 hours Textbook: None required


ACE Chemistry

The Chemistry course provides learners with a strong knowledge of chemistry as it applies to industry  and environmental issues. Emphasis is given to analyzing problems, performing laboratory exercises and communicating scientific information effectively. The content of the course reflects the needs of many adult learners entering postsecondary college programs in health and environmental sciences. Learners must complete three core units and two elective units of study based on their postsecondary goals.

Course Length: 120 hours Textook: None required


ACE Physics

ACE Physics enables learners to develop a foundation in the fundamental concepts of physics. Students will qualitatively and quantitatively study and explore the topics of force and motion; energy and simple  machines; waves, sound, light, and optics; electricity and magnetism; and hydraulic and pneumatic systems. The emphasis will be on understanding the underlying physical concepts and principles, and  applying them to a diversity of practical systems.

Course Length: 120 hours Textbook: Required


ACE Self Management & Self Direction


Self-Management & Self-Direction introduces students to concepts that will enable them to maximize  their potential as learners. Students will participate in a variety of activities that will encourage them to  reflect upon themselves, their goals, and what they need to do to reach those goals. In addition to  examining how to take control of their own learning, students will also learn more about resources and  support available to learners in Ontario.

Course Length: 80 hours Textbook: None required


ACE Computer Fundamentals


Computer skills are a high priority for many employers today. The ACE Computer Fundamentals course  will give students a good understanding of computer terminology, how a computer works and why.  Learners will be able to understand and demonstrate the use of common software tools and be  comfortable with and demonstrate software features in the Windows environment while also feeling comfortable exercising file management skills using available storage and retrieval programs. With this course, learners will have an excellent understanding of how and why the Internet works, be  able to communicate via an email program and send attachments, and be comfortable using the Internet as a communication tool via a web browser. Students will also understand other communication tools available and be able to communicate with others using electronic tools and space available to users via an ISP.

Computer Fundamentals allows students to demonstrate an understanding of ethical business practices  related to the use of Information Technology and have a basic understanding of various application  software and their uses. Learners will be able to produce correctly formatted documents using word  processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software; use electronic media and other sources  to gather information for a defined purpose; and use electronic tools to collect information required for  solving a specific problem and making informed decisions. Finally, students will have an excellent  comfort level making informed decisions based on research and using targeted software to accomplish  an end goal.

Course Length: 80 hours Textbook: None required

 

For Francophone learners:


ACE 1010 – Communication anglaise

This course prepares the Francophone learner to integrate college level English communication. The
course is intended to help students develop their skills and confidence in reading, writing, listening and  oral expression, with a particular focus on vocabulary, usage, grammar and reading comprehension.
Learners who achieve the learning outcomes will have well-developed communication skills that will  prepare them for success in a variety of college postsecondary programs.

Module 1 : Living in English – My Community


Module 2 : Learning in English – Preparing for College


ACE 1000 – Communication française

Ce cours permet à l’apprenant et à l’apprenante de se préparer aux études collégiales. Il comporte deux volets répartis en 6 modules. En premier lieu, une composante informative permet à l’apprenant ou  l’apprenante d’améliorer son habileté à transmettre et à recevoir les informations, aussi bien au point  de vue oral qu’écrit. Dans un deuxième lieu, l’accent est mis sur l’aspect argumentatif, ce qui permet à  l’apprenant/l’apprenante de s’exprimer en prenant position face à des situations. Pour l’ensemble du  cours, l’accent est mis sur le développement de la capacité d’analyse et de l’esprit critique, tout en  révisant certaines notions grammaticales.

Module 1 – L’article analytique et le reportage


Module 2 – Le résumé


Module 3 – Rédaction et exposé oral


Module 4 – Le texte argumentatif


Module 5 – Le commentaire et le discours


Module 6 – Rédaction et exposé oral

 

ACE 1001 – Autogestion/autodiscipline

Félicitations. Vous vous êtes embarqué dans une aventure de découverte de soi et de conscience de soi, et en gardant un esprit ouvert, vous aurez l’occasion de découvrir plusieurs aspects intéressants de  vous-même.Se comprendre et se connaître sont deux ingrédients clés de la conscience de soi, tous les deux ayant un effet profond sur l’estime de soi.

Module 1 : La conscience et l’estime de soi (3 devoirs)

Module 2 : La gestion du temps et du stress (4 devoirs)

Module 3 : La pensée critique et la résolution de problèmes (1 devoir)

Module 4 : La responsabilisation et l’établissement des objectifs (2 devoirs)

Module 5 : Les stratégies d’apprentissage (2 devoirs)

Module 6 : Les services collégiaux, communautaires, le réseautage et l’apprentissage continu (3 devoirs)

Module 7 : La communication et le travail de groupe (3 devoirs)

Module 8 : La recherche d’emploi et les compétences essentielles (3 devoirs)



ACE 1002 – Informatique

La technologie évolue constamment. Au moment même où vous lisez ce didacticiel et où vous commencez à croire que finalement vous connaissez la toute dernière technologie sur le marché, il y a, à quelque part, quelqu’un en train de travailler à produire quelque chose d’encore meilleur, plus petit,  léger, rapide et efficace, Cependant, certains aspects de la technologie ne changent jamais  complètement; les concepteurs ne font que produire de nouvelles versions possédant des capacités  additionnelles.

Une fois que vous aurez maîtrisé les éléments de base de la technique de l’informatique, les  connaissances acquises ne s’oublieront jamais. Retenez ceci alors que vous commencez à comprendre  l’ordinateur dont vous vous servez pour compléter ce cours.

Module 1
Leçon 1 : Qu’est-ce qu’un ordinateur
Leçon 2 : Connaissances de base des logiciels

Module 2
Leçon 3 : L’environnement Windows
Leçon 4 : L’importance de la gestion de fichiers
Leçon 5 : Logiciel de courrier électronique

Module 3
Leçon 6 : Internet
Leçon 7 : Autres services de communication

Module 4
Leçon 8 : L’éthique

Module 5
Leçon 9 : Les applications
Leçon 10 : Traitement de texte
Leçon 11 : Introduction aux tableurs

 

ACE 1003 – Biologie

Unités Leçon Sujets

1 – Biologie cellulaire 1.1 Les fondements de base de la vie chimique
1.2 La cellule structures et fonctions
1.3 La cellule respiration et reproduction

2 -Anatomie et physiologie humaine
2.1 Le système musculaire et osseux
2.2 Le système digestif
2.3 Le système respiratoire
2.4 Le système circulatoire
2.5 Le système reproductif

3 - Génétique
3.1 La génétique

4 – Anatomie et physiologie végétale
4.1 Caractéristiques du règne végétal
4.2 La feuille
4.3 La racine et la tige
4.4 La fleur et le fruit

5 – Introduction à l’écologie
5.1 Les niveaux d’organisation
5.2 Les communautés
5.3 Les écosystèmes terrestres
5.4 Les écosystèmes aquatiques
5.5 La diversité animale

6 – Impact des activités humaines
6.1 Les acides et les bases
6.2 La pollution de l’environnement

 

ACE 1004 – Chimie

Ce cours a donc pour but de mieux te faire comprendre le rôle important que joue la chimie dans notre  vie quotidienne. Nous espérons également que la connaissance des méthodes et des principes  scientifiques que tu acquerras te permettra de porter des jugements plus réfléchis et plus pertinents sur  les grandes controverses scientifiques actuelles. Au fur et à mesure des leçons, tu accumuleras  également des connaissances et des aptitudes qui te serviront lorsque tu suivras d’autres cours de  chimie ou des cours connexes au niveau secondaire, collégial ou universitaire. Finalement, nous espérons surtout que ce cours t’initiera aux plaisirs du savoir et de la découverte et te fera apprécier la beauté et l’ordre de la nature.

Module 1
Leçon 1 : Qu’est-ce que la matière (3 devoirs)
Leçon 2 : Les modifications de la matière (2 devoirs)
Leçon 3 : La structure de l’atome (3 devoirs)
Leçon 4 : Le tableau périodique (5 devoirs)

Module 2
Leçon 5 : Les liaisons chimiques (partie 1 - 4 devoirs)
Leçon 6 : Les liaisons chimiques (partie 2 – 6 devoirs)

Module 3
Leçon 7 : La théorie cinétique moléculaire (2 devoirs)

Module 4
Leçon 8 : Le comportement des gaz (partie 1 - 2 devoirs)
Leçon 9 : Le comportement des gaz (partie 2 – 5 devoirs)

Module 5
Leçon 10 : La nomenclature des composés complexes (4 devoirs)

Module 6
Leçon 11 : Les types de réactions chimiques (4 devoirs)

Module 7
Leçon 12 : L’utilisation de la mole (4 devoirs)

Module 8
Leçon 13 : La mole et les équations chimiques (partie A – 4 devoirs)
Leçon 14 : La mole et les équations chimiques (partie B – 4 devoirs)
Leçon 15 : La mole et les équations chimiques (partie C – 4 devoirs)

Module 9
Leçon 16 : L’eau et les solutions (partie 1 – 4 devoirs)
Leçon 17 : L’eau et les solutions (partie 2 – 6 devoirs)

Module 10 :
Leçon 18 : Les acides et les bases (partie 1 – 3 devoirs)
Leçon 19 : Les acides et les bases (partie 2 – 4 devoirs)

 

ACE 1005 – Physique

Ce cours constitue une introduction à de nombreux concepts de base de la physique qui se rapportent à  la mécanique, à l’électricité, aux fluides (la physique hydraulique et la physique pneumatique) et aux  systèmes de communications. Les problèmes et les activités de ce cours ont été conçus pour développer des compétences de recherche nécessaires à la poursuite d’études en sciences au niveau  postsecondaire. Le cours demande aussi d’analyser de façon critique les effets des applications  technologiques de la physique sur la société et l’environnement.

Unité 1 : Les systèmes mécaniques : la force et son application
Leçon 1 : La cinématique : l’analyse du mouvement
Leçon 2 : La force
Leçon 3 : Les machines simples
Leçon 4 : Les poulies, les roues et essieux et les machines composées

Unité 2 : Les transformations énergétiques
Leçon 5 : Le travail et l’énergie
Leçon 6 : Les transformations énergétiques
Leçon 7 : La puissance et le rendement
Leçon 8 : Les formes d’énergie de remplacement

Unité 3 : Les systèmes hydrauliques et pneumatiques
Leçon 9 : Les propriétés des fluides
Leçon 10 : Les systèmes fluides
Leçon 11 : La pression de l’air
Leçon 12 : La portance, la traînée et le principe de Bernoulli

Unité 4 : L’électricité et l’électronique
Leçon 13 : Le courant, la résistance et le potentiel
Leçon 14 : Les circuits en série et les circuits en parallèle
Leçon 15 : L’électronique et les circuits à semi-conducteurs
Leçon 16 : Les applications des semi-conducteurs et le coût de l’énergie

Unité 5 : La technologie des télécommunications
Leçon 17 : Les ondes et les vibrations
Leçon 18 : La lumière et les technologies de la télécommunication
Leçon 19 : Les interférences et la technologie des télécommunications
Leçon 20 : La contribution canadienne à la technologie des télécommunications


ACE 1006 – Mathématiques générales

Module 1 : Arithmétique et algèbre
Leçon 1 : Les nombres entiers
Leçon 2 : Les fractions
Leçon 3 : Les pourcentages
Leçon 4 : Les exposants
Leçon 5 : La notation scientifique
5 tests

Module 2 : Relations et probabilités
Leçon 1 : Introduction : Collecte, affichage et analyse de données
Leçon 2 : Introduction : Algèbre linéaire et le plan cartésien
Leçon 3 : Probabilités
3 tests

Module 3 : Mesures et géométrie
Leçon 1 : Aire, périmètre et volume
Leçon 2 : Système international (SI)
Leçon 3 : Transformations et translations
3 tests

Module 4 : Géométrie analytique
Leçon 1 : Équations, pentes et graphiques
1 test

Module 5 : Intérêts simples et composés
Leçon 1 : Calculer les intérêts simples et composés
1 test


ACE 1007 – Mathématiques pour les technologies

Module 1 : Revue de l’algèbre
Leçon 1 : Revue des nombres réels
Leçon 2 : Revue des nombres et expressions négatives et positives
Leçon 3 : Revue des lois des exposants
Leçon 4 : Revue des monômes et polynômes
Leçon 5 : Application et résolution de monômes et de polynômes
Leçon 6 : Résolution de problèmes de mots

Module 2 : Les expressions algébriques et l’utilisation des différentes opérations
Leçon 7 : La multiplication des «-ômes»
Leçon 8 : La division des «-ômes»
Leçon 9 : Factoriser les «-ômes»
Leçon 10 : Factoriser les «-ômes» dans les solutions de problèmes de mots

Module 3 : Les expressions algébriques et l’utilisation des différentes opérations
Leçon 11 : Les fractions algébriques – Multiplication et division

Module 4 : Les radicaux et les nombres complexes
Leçon 12 : Les racines, les radicaux et les nombres complexes
Leçon 13 : Encore du plaisir avec les exposants
Leçon 14 : D’autres radicaux
Leçon 15 : Les radicaux et la formule quadratique

Module 5 : Les radicaux et les nombres complexes
Leçon 16 : Le concept des logarithmes
Leçon 17 : Les équations naturelles, exponentielles et antilogarithmiques
Leçon 18 : Tracer graphiquement les fonctions exponentielles et logarithmiques

Module 6 : Les radicaux et les nombres complexes
Leçon 19 : La trigonométrie
Leçon 20 : Les fonctions du sinus et du cosinus



ACE 1008 – Mathématiques pour affaires

Module 1
Leçon 1 : L’intérêt simple
Leçon 2 : Les suites
Leçon 3 : Les suites arithmétiques et l’intérêt simple
Leçon 4 : Les suites géométriques
Leçon 5 : L’intérêt composé
Leçon 6 : La valeur actuelle
Leçon 7 : La croissance linéaire et la croissance exponentielle

Module 2
Leçon 8 : Les séries arithmétiques
Leçon 9 : Les séries géométriques
Leçon 10 : La valeur finale d’une annuité de fin de période
Leçon 11 : La valeur actuelle d’une annuité de fin de période
Leçon 12 : Les versements d’une annuité de fin de période

Module 3
Leçon 13 : Résoudre des équations exponentielles à l’aide de bases communes
Leçon 14 : Les fonctions exponentielles
Leçon 15 : La représentation graphique de fonctions exponentielles sans l’aide de la technologie
Leçon 16 : La comparaison des taux de variation
Leçon 17 : Applications de fonctions exponentielles

Module 4
Leçon 18 : Les remises commerciales
Leçon 19 : La majoration de prix
Leçon 20 : Le rabais ou la réduction de prix
Leçon 21 : Pertes et bénéfices

Module 5
Leçon 22 : Acheter un véhicule neuf ou d’occasion
Leçon 23 : Le financement


ACE 1009 – Mathématiques pour les métiers

Module 1 :
Leçon 1 : Exprimer la donnée d’un problème au moyen d’une formule
Leçon 2 : Isoler une variable
Leçon 3 : Trouver la valeur d’une variable
Leçon 4 : Remplacer une variable par une expression équivalente

Module 2 :
Leçon 5 : Les mesures

Module 3 :
Leçon 6 : La tuyauterie
Leçon 7 : Les toits et gouttières
Leçon 8 : Les engrenages et poulies
Leçon 9 : Le chauffage et climatisation
Leçon 10 : L’électricité
Leçon 11 : Les batteries
Leçon 12 : Problèmes additionnels

Module 4 :
Leçon 13 : Calculs de distances
Leçon 14 : Trouver le point milieu d’un segment de droite
Leçon 15 : Trouver la pente d’une droite
Leçon 16 : Établir l’équation de la droite
Leçon 17 : Établir l’équation de la droite en fonction de deux points donnés
Leçon 18 : Établir l’équation de la droite en fonction de la pente et de l’ordonnée à l’origine
Leçon 19 : Établir l’équation de la droite en fonction de la pente et de l’abscisse à l’origine
Leçon 20 : Établir l’équation d’une famille de droites

Module 5 :
Leçon 21 : Le plan cartésien et les coordonnées
Leçon 22 : Représentation graphique des équations linéaires
Leçon 23 : Résolution d’un système d’équations linéaires

Module 6 :
Leçon 24 : Le graphique d’une fonction quadratique
Leçon 25 : Résoudre des problèmes relevant d’équations quadratiques

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