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French B Orals
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Recent updates: Chemistry
I'll probably change the name of this page soon to something like ' Changes to terminology in the 2014 chemistry guide' but just now it is coming up to the start of the new term. Some of you may already have just begun teaching the new first year chemistry Diploma students whereas others will start within the... more
Recent updates: Psychology
One of the first things that new teachers need to understand about the IB Psychology course is how students will be assessed. For those of you who are new to the IB, this page hopes to clarify the assessments for both HL and SL candidates.You will see that there are several commonly used acronyms in this section.... more
Recent updates: Spanish B
Recent updates: teachMathematics
'What if factorisation won't work?'Anything that can be measured (name something that can't be measured?) can be written as a number sequence. Geographers studying climate change or migration of people, biologists monitoring animal populations, chemists looking at reactions, economist's considering the prices... more
Recent updates: English B
The SL WA, from May 2015, requires the student to carry out "intertextual reading" and then deploy material from that to carry out a "written task" ... in other words, to use "inter-textual receptive and productive skills" as one of the Objectives puts it (Subject Guide p.31). But what is really involved in that... more
Recent updates: Physics
In this practical you will investigate the relationship between the terminal velocity and the size of a balloon. To measure the terminal velocity a balloon will be dropped so that it falls through the air far enough so that the weight is balanced by the drag force, this will be measured by analysing a video of... more
Recent updates: Visual Arts
Yes indeed, the IB Visual Arts Curriculum is having a major life change! A new Visual Arts Guide is already in place for teaching from September 2014 with first exams in 2016.There is a year of overlap: the exams in 2014 and 2015 will still be assessed according to the old curriculum. This means your year 2... more
Recent updates: Maths Studies
One of the major advantages of web based resources must be that they remain dynamic. Whilst I hope there is already a significant amount of very useful resources on this site, the advantage to subscribers should be that they are being constantly updated and added to so that the resource gets better and better... more
Recent updates: English A: Language & Literature
Following from the earlier publication of ‘texts to go’, the website is now set to publish a range of Comparative Textual Analyses in a new section called, appropriately enough, ‘comparative commentaries to go’. The number of texts for comparison will be (quickly) added to in the weeks and months... more