Welcome to the IB Language A: language and literature course! This page gives you an overview of everything you can find on the site about the basics of teaching and designing the course. You can find information about the areas of exploration, concepts, assessment, additional resources, and the IB Core by clicking on the relevant links.
1. Creating student accounts
3. Learner Portfolio
4. Course construction
5. Principles of course design
6. Types of units
7. Bodies of work
8. Authentic assessment
Allowing students to access to InThinkingMany of the pages on this site are accessible to students. The information below...
This page was updated on June 26th, 2019. It will be updated again when we have more information and guidance from the...
There are four guiding principles the IB wants you to think about when designing your course: variety, integration, autonomy,...
While there is much freedom in the teaching of the IB Language A: Language and literature course, it’s not a free for...
The learner portfolio is a wonderful opportunity for your students to chart their growth and their learning over the two...
After reading the Language A: Language and Literature guide, you may ask yourself: 'Where do I begin?' These pages help...