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questions about IB

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by Cecily52579, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. Cecily52579

    Cecily52579 New commenter


    I have some questions about IB, and I was hoping someone with experience teaching it in one of the languages, either Lang and Lit or Lit, could PM me?

    Thank you!
  2. gulfgolf

    gulfgolf Established commenter

    Which IB? There are 4 programs now.
  3. StrangePanda

    StrangePanda Occasional commenter

    The IB courses for next year are undergoing some radical changes. The IB, being the mysterious organization that it is, has not released very much information about these changes.
  4. miketribe

    miketribe Occasional commenter

    From the way it's worded, I think it's pretty clear that she means the DP...
  5. gulfgolf

    gulfgolf Established commenter

    True. But I resist making inferences without a bit more to go on.
  6. miketribe

    miketribe Occasional commenter

    I don't think they do Lang/Lit in PYP or MYP. I don't know enough about the other one...
  7. walkingfred

    walkingfred Occasional commenter

    I have PM’ed you.
  8. gulfgolf

    gulfgolf Established commenter

    Language-Literature is required for all students in MYP. It’s an option for students in DP and CP.
  9. gulfgolf

    gulfgolf Established commenter

    And PYP has Language as a subject for all students.
  10. Karvol

    Karvol Occasional commenter

    Go on, fit the IB learner profile and be a risk taker..
  11. yasf

    yasf Occasional commenter

    too true
    dumbbells66 likes this.
  12. yasf

    yasf Occasional commenter

    Only in as much as they can opt to do a pure Lit course instead.
  13. spanboy

    spanboy Occasional commenter

    ...or 'courageous' if you're in China ;)

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