Thank you for all the positive comments on my last post - the PP Report Checklist for Students.
I decided to create a first draft feedback template based on that document. I've added in space for supervisor comments and some more details about the layout. I've also moved the ATL articulation to the bottom of the page.
Top tip for viewing:
So that the document is on one long continuous page, instead of broken up on single pages, go to 'View' then untick 'Print Layout'.
Here's a link to the document. If you want your own version, go to . 'File' then 'Make a Copy'
My students' first draft deadline is fast approaching. Although I shared the 'Further Guidance for the Projects' document with them, I'm pretty sure most won't read it. I went ahead and used that document to make a 'Grade 10 Friendly' version. I added in some images, bright colours and made sure that, unlike in the Further Guidance document, there is examples of process journal extracts for all 12 strands.
Feel free to use this document with your students. You can share the link directly, or go to 'File' then 'Make a Copy', so you have you own version.
Let me know if there is anything I should add?
Also note that I lead students towards using MLA 8 and delivering a written report.
ALSO Note, the embedded document looks a bit strange! It's better to click this link to see the document in full!
Hello! I'm part of a focus group who are looking at how we run conferencing in our school. We'd love to hear how you run conferences at yours!Please fill in this Google Form if you can!
My husband has now creeated Arabic and Vietnamese ATL posters. These came out of a request from two teachers, from two different schools, who provided the translations! Thanks Aurora Reid, from St Dominic's Priory College in Australia, and Kehri Magalad from Qatar Academy Al Wakra.
1. Let us know is there are any spelling mistakes/typos/other general errors
2. Send us translations in other languages so we can make more posters.
I put together this little road map to help students understand how to address each strand/criterion of the MYP Design Cycle fully. We also do activities addressing each strand, so they can fully understand them (for example, my Grade 8 students are moving onto Criterion B, so we are doing a lesson on Orthographic Drawing next week).
This is a work in progress, and I will continue to add/edit/change, but would love your input too - Let me know what is missing or what I should add!