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Province/Territory Grade Subject and Overall Expectations
Alberta 8–9 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore thoughts, ideas, feelings and experiences by listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing, and representing their work.
10–12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore thoughts, ideas, feelings and experiences; they will respond personally, critically and creatively.
British Columbia 8–10 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will communicate effectively in written form; they will make connections to life outside the classroom; they will think critically, creatively, and reflectively.
11 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explain the effects of various literary devices and techniques.
12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will describe and apply a variety of literary devices and techniques to create particular effects.
Manitoba 8 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore thoughts, ideas, feelings, and experiences; they will write and represent their work to enhance the clarity and artistry of communication.
Senior
1–4
LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore thoughts, ideas, feelings, and experiences; they will understand and respond personally and critically to print and other media texts; they will enhance the clarity and artistry of communication.
New Brunswick 8 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore, extend, clarify, and reflect on their thoughts; they will respond personally and critically.
9–12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will respond with critical awareness and express themselves through the arts.
Newfoundland and Labrador 8–9 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore aesthetic expression, use various modes of communication, and employ technological competence.
10–12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore and use their imagination through writing; they will create texts for a range of audiences and purposes.
Nova Scotia 9–12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will explore aesthetic expression, use various modes of communication, and employ technological competence.
Nunavut
Northwest Territories
Saskatchewan
8–9 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will use technology to learn; they will explore resource-based learning activities.
10–12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will learn about language as they write, read, view, and represent their work; they will learn through language by using it to learn about life.
Ontario 8 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will recognize a variety of text forms and demonstrate an understanding of how they help communicate meaning; they will draft and revise their writing.
9–12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will read and demonstrate an understanding of literary texts; they will recognize stylistic elements and demonstrate an understanding of how they help communicate meaning. Students will draft and revise their writing using a variety of literary and stylistic elements appropriate for the purpose and audience.
Prince Edward Island 8–12 LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will respond to the text personally and critically; they will create texts for a range of audiences and purposes.
Quebec Secondary
1–5
LANGUAGE ARTS: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature and function of language; they will show their ability to follow the appropriate process to produce oral, written, or visual work.

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