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The MYP at SCJ. Let’s see how much you know…. Why was the Middle Years Programme (MYP) originally created?. It creates rigorous course work for students in the state of Georgia. It allows Title I schools a way to offer college credit to their students

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the myp at scj

The MYP at SCJ

Let’s see how much you know…

why was the middle years programme myp originally created
Why was the Middle Years Programme (MYP) originally created?
  • It creates rigorous course work for students in the state of Georgia.
  • It allows Title I schools a way to offer college credit to their students
  • The MYP is part of the No Child Left Behind initiative begun under President George W. Bush.
  • The MYP is part of the Race to the Top initiative begun under President Barrack Obama.
  • It allowed the children of military and other government employees overseas a to study a set curriculum.
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Why was the Middle Years Programme (MYP) originally created?

1858 Total Schools

E. It allowed the children of military and other govern-ment employees overseas a to study a set curriculum.

141 Canadian Diploma Schools

58 PYP

146 MYP

141 DP

1 of 6 IBCC Schools in the USA

298 PYP

245 MYP

745 DP

745 US Diploma Schools

26 Georgia Diploma Schools

3 Chatham County Diploma Schools

8 Caribbean Diploma Schools

IB World-wide – 3295 schools in 141 countries

when and where was the myp created
When and where was the MYP created?

A. London, England, in 1902

B. Geneva, Switzerland, in 1968

C. New York, New York in 1973

D. Chicago, Illinois, in 1954

when and where was the myp created1
When and where was the MYP created?

B. Geneva, Switzerland, in 1968

the myp is for what grade levels
The MYP is for what grade levels?

A. Grades K-5 (Ages 5-10)

B. Grades 6-10 (Ages 10-16)

C. Grades 9-10 (Ages 14-16)

D. Grades 11-12 (Ages 16-18)

name as many characteristics as possible of the ib learner profile
Name as many characteristics as possible of the IB Learner Profile
  • Knowledgeable
  • Risk-takers
  • Principled
  • Communicators
  • Balanced
  • Thinkers
  • Open-minded
  • Inquirers
  • Caring
  • Reflective
name the 8 myp subject areas extra points for giving an example
Name the 8 MYP subject areas.(Extra Points for Giving an Example)
  • Language and Literature
  • Language Acquisition
  • Design
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Individuals and Societies
  • Sciences
  • Arts
  • Mathematics
approaches to learning give an example of each
Approaches to Learning- Give an example of each.

Thinking

Social

Communication

Self-Management

Research

visual arts1
Visual Arts
  • Criterion A Knowing and understanding Maximum 8
  • Criterion B Developing skills Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Thinking creatively Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Responding

Maximum 8

physical and health education1
Physical and Health Education
  • Criterion A Knowing and understanding Maximum 8
  • Criterion B Planning for performance Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Applying and performing Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Reflecting and improving performance Maximum 8
design1
Design
  • Criterion A Inquiring and analysingMaximum 8
  • Criterion B Developing ideas Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Creating the solution Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Evaluating

Maximum 8

sciences1
Sciences
  • Criterion A Knowing and understanding Maximum 8
  • Criterion B Inquiring and designing Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Processing and evaluating Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Reflecting on the impacts of science Maximum 8
mathematics1
Mathematics
  • Criterion A Knowing and understanding Maximum 8
  • Criterion B Investigating patterns Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Communicating Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Applying mathematics in real-life contexts Maximum 8
individuals and societies1
Individuals and Societies
  • Criterion A Knowing and understanding Maximum 8
  • Criterion B Investigating Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Communicating Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Thinking critically Maximum 8
language acquisition1
Language Acquisition
  • Criterion A Comprehending spoken and visual text Maximum 8
  • Criterion B Comprehending written and visual text Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Communicating in response to spoken, written and visual text Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Using language in spoken and written form Maximum 8
language and literature1
Language and Literature
  • Criterion A AnalysingMaximum 8
  • Criterion B Organizing Maximum 8
  • Criterion C Producing text Maximum 8
  • Criterion D Using language Maximum 8
take a unit for this class and do the following
Take a unit for this class and do the following:
  • Explain how the Key Concept was used in the unit
  • Explain how the Related Concept was used in the unit
  • Explain how the Global Context was used in the unit
  • Describe how Approaches to Learning was applied
  • Describe the unit’s assessment and the rubric criteria used to grade it