Student writing guide

IB Maths Studies: Student writing guide

This section offers students advice and guidance for writing their projects. This can be tricky for teachers. We have to walk the fine line between offering students constructive and supportive advice and making the exercise formulaic. The writing guide below is hopefully a good effort at that compromise. The document is structured in the same way as the marking criteria. It starts with the student friendly version of...

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Comments 3

Karolina Hammer 25 August 2016 - 21:38

Dear Jim, Thank you for these great resources.
When could we expect the guide for non-stats option, please?
Thank you, Karolina Hammer

Jim Noble 28 August 2016 - 16:34

Hi Karolina,
Good question! Truth is I could do with knowing more about what teachers would like to see. The non stats projects are all so individual that it is harder to be general about it. I have put it higher up my agenda as a result of your comment! Any thoughts welcome - Thanks, Jim

Kristine Limbaco 25 November 2016 - 03:51

I second the motion. It will really be helpful to see guide for Math Project focusing on calculus, trigonometry, volumes of pyramids and cones, exponential functions and probability.

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