Low-Risk Daytrip Information

Course for Field Studies: Humanities 9,10 and 12
Course Teacher: Mori Hamilton
Destination: Vancouver Film Festival 9,10,12's
Start date: Oct 5, 2018
End date: Oct 12, 2018
Consent due date: Oct 4, 2018
Series of activities to be undertaken (specify program):
Oct 5: 9,10 and 12'a attend a 10:30am-12:10 pm screening of "Edge of the Knife" at SFU Goldcorp Theatre
Oct. 12: 9/10 classes only attend a 10:45am-12:30pm screening of "What is Democracy" at SFU Goldcorp Theatre
Purpose or Educational Goals:
expand worldview by engaging with critical films from around the globe.
"Edge of the Knife is the first feature film made in two dialects of the endangered Haida language.
"What is Democracy" reflects upon democracy's past, present and future.
Itinerary/Activites:
Oct 5: pick up on 37th Ave at 9:40 to attend a 10:30am-12:10 pm screening of "Edge of the Knife" at SFU Goldcorp Theatre. 12:20 pm pick up at venue and return to Point Grey to attend afternoon classes.

Oct. 12: pick up on 37th Ave. at 9:55 to attend a 10:45am-12:30pm screening of "What is Democracy" at SFU Goldcorp Theatre. 12:45 pm pick up at venue and return to Point Grey to attend afternoon classes.
Mode of Transportation: charter bus to and from venue
Transportation By: First Student/Cardinal
Grades: 9, 10, 12
# Female students: 43
# Male students: 42
Educator In Charge: Hamilton
Supervisors: Mori Hamilton, Kelly Patrick
Cost To Student: $25
What To Bring: Grade 12 fee is $12. Bring cell phone, appropriate clothing for weather.
Behaviour Expectations:
exemplary off-campus
Potential Known Risks and Safety Information:
urban environment
Additional Comments/Remarks re. Risks & Safety:
students will travel in groups of no less than two; will carry cell phones and will know Mini cell phone number (604-209-4405) in case of emergency