Language A and MYP. Language A and MYP. Language A is defined as the studentâ€™s best language. It is typically but not necessarily the language of instruction in the school, and is clearly fundamental to the curriculum as it crosses the boundaries of the traditional disciplines.
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Language A is defined as the student’s best language. It is typically but not necessarily the language of instruction in the school, and is clearly fundamental to the curriculum as it crosses the boundaries of the traditional disciplines.
Areas of Interaction:
Approaches to Learning, Community and Service, Human Ingenuity, Environments, Health and Social Education
Each unit is taught through an area of interaction. One area of interaction is the focus along with Approaches to Learning which will be used in all units
Student Learning Expectations:
Each Area of Interaction has specific Student Learning Expectations
There are specific questions outlined in each of the different subject guides to assist you.
A real life concept
Unit Question not specific to the subject related to the summative assessment
Common Formative and Summative Assessments
Maximum: 10How well can the student:
Maximum: 10How well can the student: create work that employs organizational structures and language-specific conventions throughout a variety of text types?
How well can the student: use appropriate and varied register, vocabulary and idiom?