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Extended Essay в программе IB DP. Extended Essay и портрет студента IB. Caring ( заботливый) Principled (принципиальный) Open-minded (открытый) Risk-takers (решительный) Balanced (уравновешенный) Inquirer (исследователь) Knowledgeable (знающий) Thinker (мыслящий)

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extended essay ib
Extended Essay и портрет студента IB
  • Caring (заботливый)
  • Principled (принципиальный)
  • Open-minded (открытый)
  • Risk-takers (решительный)
  • Balanced (уравновешенный)
  • Inquirer (исследователь)
  • Knowledgeable (знающий)
  • Thinker (мыслящий)
  • Communicator (общительный)
  • Reflective (склонный к самопознанию и самооценке)
ib learner profile
Эссе и IB learner profile

Caring (заботливый)

Principled (принципиальный)

Open-minded (открытый)

Risk-takers (рискующий)

Balanced (уравновешенный)

Inquirer (исследователь)

Knowledgeable (знающий)

Thinker (мыслящий)

Communicator (общительный)

Reflective (склонный к самопознанию)

ib extended essay
IB EXTENDED ESSAY
  • WHO
  • WHY
  • WHAT
  • WHEN
  • WHERE
  • HOW
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ЧТО?
  • An in-depth study of a focused topic.
  • It is intended to promote high-level research and writing skills, intellectual discovery and creativity.
  • It leads to a major piece of formally presented, structured writing, in which ideas and findings are communicated in a reasoned and coherent manner, appropriate to the subject chosen.
  • Completion of the written essay is followed by a short, concluding interview, or viva vocewith the supervisor and IB Diploma Coordinator.
slide6
ПОЧЕМУ?
  • Meeting the requirements of the IB learner profile(central portion of hexagon.
  • Original, independent research.
  • Communication of ideas and information in a logical sequence.
  • Required component of the all IB Diploma candidates. No Extended Essay means

NO IB DIPLOMA

    • Required bonus that awards a maximumof 3 points with TOK
slide8
ГДЕ?
  • At home, at school, on vacation, anywhere!
slide9
КОГДА?
  • According to internal calendar
  • MES –December 12 DP
slide10
Includes:

Introduction

The Body

Conclusion

Any quotations

Does not ınclude:

The abstract

The contents page

Illustrations

Equations, formulas

Citations/References

Footnotes or endnotes

The bibliography

Формальные требования
  • The upper limit is 4,000 words
  • Abstract within 300 words which clearly states:
  • The research question being investigated
  • The scope of the investigation
  • The conclusion of the extended essay
slide12
КТО?

Student

Supervisor

IB Coordinator

IBO

slide13
Супервайзер должен…
  • EE must be supervised by a faculty member
  • Help you formulate a well focused research question
  • Encourage and support the student throughout the research and writing of the extended essay
      • To spend 3-5 hours
      • Provide guidance and advice
  • Discuss the choice of topic with the student
  • Read and comment on your draft
  • Ensure proper documentation
  • Ensure that the extended essay is the student’s own work
  • Conduct a short concluding interview(viva voce) with the student
      • Verify authentic work
  • Complete the supervisor’s report
  • Give predicted grades
slide14
Супервайзер НЕ должен
  • Get started and tell what to do
  • Give a research question
  • Give the resources
  • Edit the work / check calculations
  • Remind of meeting times and deadlines
  • Chase after student to read rough draft or re-write it.
subject areas
Какие предметы (subject areas)?
  • Biology
  • Business and Management
  • Chemistry
  • Classical Greek and Latin
  • Computer Science
  • Dance
  • Design Technology
  • Economics
  • Environmental Systems and Society
  • Film
  • Geography
  • History
  • Human Rights
  • Information Technology in a Global Society
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Politics
  • Psychology
  • Social and Cultural Anthropology
  • Theatre
  • Visual Arts
  • World Religions
  • Language Group 1 and 2
slide17
Кроме…
  • A self – study language A1 student cannot write an extended essay in his / her language A1
  • A language A1 essay should only be written by those with that language A1
  • A language B essay cannot be written by those with that language as their group 1 language.
  • A parent cannot supervise the EE
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Что студент должен сделать обязательно?

Choose a topic from an approved subject

Observe all regulations related to the EE

Meet deadlines

Acknowledge all sources of information and ideas in an approved academic manner

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Что студенту рекомендуется сделать (желательно)

Start work early

Think very carefully about the research question

Plan how, when and where you will find material for your essay

Plan a schedule for both researching and writing the essay

Record sources as your research progresses

Have a clear structure for the essay before beginning to write

Check and proofread the final version carefully

Make sure all basic requirements are met

structure of the extended essay
Structure of The Extended Essay
  • A Title Page (Clear indication of the focus of the essay)
  • A Contents Page (all pages should be numbered)
  • An Abstract (not exceeding 300 words)
  • An Introduction (response to the research question that will be developed in the body.)
  • A Body(systematic development of a convincing answer to the research question)
  • A Conclusion
  • References /Bibliography
  • Optional: Illustrations, Diagrams, Charts and Appendices.
top tips
Top tips: сфокусированный проблемный вопрос

Choice of research question – make it clear – make it focused – make it relevant and important

examples of bad and good research questions
Bad Question:

Politically correct language

Detergents in the environment

Acid-base chemistry

Prime Numbers

Gravitation

Good Question:

The reason for the adoption of “politically correct” terms in the USA

The effect of detergent toxicity on certain bacterial strains

The effects of sugar-free chewing gum on the pH in the mouth after a meal

Prime numbers in cryptography

Orbital determination of a minor planet

Examples of Bad and Good Research Questions
sample questions
Sample Questions
  • History: To what extent did the Florida teachers’ strike of the 1960’s change the educational and professional climate in that state?
  • Science: To what extent is the Chernobyl nuclear accident still affecting agriculture and public health?
  • Mathematics: Under what conditions does the Newton-Raphson method fail?
  • Politics: To what extent did the US’s involvement in Grenada alter American perception and presidents’ use of the War Powers Act?
  • Art: To what extent is the kimono an art form or merely Japanese traditional costume?
top tips1
Top tips: выбор темы

Сhoice of topic is everything – do something you are genuinely interested in

top tips2
Top tips:источники
  • The best essays have a range of sources – newspapers, journals, interviews, books etc.
  • Primary and secondary sources in balance
top tips3
Top tips:ссылки на источники
  • Ссылки на источники
working habits and tips
Working habits and tips
  • Keep your sources at a distance
    • Talk to your sources – don’t let them dictate to you
    • Remember that they are not absolute truths – you should evaluate them not let them control you
  • Photocopy the title page of every book you borrow from the library
    • This will save you valuable time later on – you will need the full title, place and date of publication later on.
  • Start building the bibliography right away
    • Time saving!
  • Once you quote someone put in a reference right away
    • This way you won’t have to look for the source later on
    • And remember ... use footnotes!
top tips5
Top tips: советы супервайзера

Talk to your supervisor – don’t run away from them when the deadline’s approaching. They will find you!

top tips6
Top tips: советы родителей
  • Get your parents involved. It helps to have their experience and support and the occasional nag session
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Критерии оценивания
  • A. Research question (0-2)
  • B. Introduction (0-2)
  • C. Investigation (0-4
  • D. Knowledge and understanding of the topic studied (0-4)
  • E. Reasoned argument (0-4)
  • F. Application of analytic and evaluative skills (0-4)
  • G. Use of language appropriate to the subject (0-4)
  • H. Conclusion (0-2)
  • I. Formal pesentation (0-4)
  • J. Abstract (0-2)
  • K. Holistic judgement (0-4)

TOTAL: 36 points

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Оценивание
  • Internal - EE grade to be indicated as predicted grades
  • External - EE graded and moderated against general criteria
  • ..\Marking_2009\EE 2009.doc
slide34

Malpractice

Plagiarism- submitting thoughts, ideas and writing of another person as your own.

Collusion- knowingly allowing your work to be used by others or having someone else write it for you.

bad questions and topics
Bad Questions and Topics
  • How did the Versailles treaty affect world history?
    • too ... ?
  • How was Jónas frá Hriflu dressed at his funeral?
    • too ... ?
  • Who was Adolf Hitler and what was he like?
    • too ... ?
  • Why was Joseph Stalin so cruel?
    • too ... ?
  • Would Germany have gone to war without Hitler?
    • too ... ?
  • Governmental phone taps in 1990s Iceland: extent and purpose.
    • too ... ?
the research question
The Research Question
  • Is it suitable?
    • Can it be asked and answered?
    • Is it worthwhile to answer?
  • Dangerous research questions:
    • Those that are too wide.
    • Those that are “obivous.”
    • Those that you can not answer due to lack of sources available to you.
    • Those that are too narrow.
    • Those that are subjective.
    • Those that are purely hypothetical (pseudo history)
forms of research
Forms of Research
  • Don’t restrict yourself to a narrative!
    • The point of a research essay is not simply to tell a story – regardless of whether it has a happy ending or not.
  • Comparitive essay
    • Compare and contrast examples A and B with regards to question X.
  • Bibliographical essay
    • What has the historiagraphical development been like in a certain narrow topic.
evaluating sources
Evaluating Sources

CARRDSS

  • Credibility
  • Accuracy
  • Reliability
  • Relevance
  • Date
  • Source
  • Scope & purpose

http://mciu.org/%7Espjvweb/carrdss.html

title page apa
Title Page (APA)
  • APA format requires a Title Page – and so does the IB EE.
  • Click here for an actual, more detailed example: APA Title Page.
contents page apa
Contents Page (APA)

Comes after the Abstract and lists all the pages :

- Title page

- Abstract

- Essay (naming sections if appropriate)

- Works Cited

- Appendices, if any

Click to see real example.

references apa
References (APA)
  • List only those sources you quote from or summarize or refer to in your essay.
  • Here is a real example with more instructions: APA References. Another explanatory example from a web site: APA References
abstract apa
Abstract (APA)
  • Maximum 300 words.
  • Write your Abstract after you’ve finished your paper.
  • Don’t count these words in your total word count.
  • Page number will be “2” with a few words of the title in front of it.
parenthetical in text citations apa
Parenthetical (in text) citations (APA)
  • Author mentioned in sentence

…as Shelton (2006) stated (p. 12).

  • Author’s name not given in sentence

…is strongly argued (Shelton, 2003, p. 102).

  • Two authors say the same thing

…generally agreed (Shelton, 2006; Bell, 2007).

  • No author’s name is in the citation

…evidence is abundant (“Traffic,” 2007, p. 4).

parenthetical in text citations apa1
Parenthetical (in text) citations (APA)

In the text of your essay, when you refer to sources listed on your Works Cited page, follow these guidelines:

Diana Hacker guide

OWL at Purdue (APA)

title page mla
Title Page (MLA)
  • MLA formatting does not ask for a separate Title Page but IB requires one for the EE, so do it this way.
  • Click here for an actual, more detailed example: Title Page.
contents page mla
Contents Page (MLA)

comes after the Abstract and lists all the pages :

- Title page

- Abstract

- Essay (naming sections if appropriate)

- Works Cited

- Appendices, if any

Click to see real example.

abstract mla
Abstract (MLA)
  • Maximum 300 words.
  • Write your Abstract after you’ve finished your paper.
  • Don’t count these words in your total word count (max. 4000)
  • Page number will be “ii” with your last name in front of it.
works cited mla
Works Cited (MLA)
  • List only those sources you quote from or summarize or refer to in the essay.
  • Here is a real example with more instructions: Works Cited. Another example from a web site: MLA Works Cited
parenthetical in text citations mla some quick examples
Parenthetical (in text) citations (MLA)Some quick examples
  • Author mentioned in sentence

…as Shelton stated (102).

  • Name not given in sentence

…it is strongly argued (Shelton 102)…

  • Two authors say the same thing

…generally agreed (Shelton 11; Bell 98)

  • No author’s name is in the citation

…this evidence is abundant (“Traffic” 4).

parenthetical in text citations mla
Parenthetical (in text) citations (MLA)

In the text of your essay, when you refer to sources listed on your Works Cited page, follow these guidelines :

Diana Hacker guide

OWL at Purdue

overall assessment
Overall Assessment

A 30-36 Excellent performance

B 25-29 Good Performance

C 17-24 Satisfactory performance

D 9-16 Mediocre performance

E 0-8 Elementary performance

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