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Transcript of PYP Exhibition
Purpose of Exhibition
what is it?
what you'll do
In an IB school,
Exhibition is a
learn with each other, teachers parents, mentors
show the results to students, parents, and teachers
you show attributes of
the learner profile
include all the key concepts
explore significant &
about something in which
you are interested
relating to people
learn & take action!
work with others
to do an in-depth inquiry on a topic
of your choice
Exhibition occurs in the final year of the PYP. It is a collaborative, transdisciplinary inquiry that investigates and offers solutions to real-life issues. The exhibition incorporates all elements of the PYP, & it celebrates your transition from primary to middle school.
Sources & Credits:
PYP Exhibition Guidelines
Making the PYP happen: A curriculum framework for international primary education
"Night at the Museum" by 20th Century Fox
Photos: m farrell
Production: moo moo
attributes of the learner profile
the essential elements of the IB program
You engage in a
Sharing the Planet
to do an in-depth,
to synthesize &
from previous years
to do a collaborative learning experience
with parents, teachers, & community
combining the essential elements of IB
as a result of
to show independence,
honesty & responsibility
What is an
How are you
going to make
come to life?
What you'll do!
Based on your interests, you choose & write your own Central Idea under the transdisciplinary theme, Sharing the Planet.
You & your group write lines of inquiry for your Central Idea using the Key Concepts.
You get placed in a group & write a common Central Idea under the transdisciplinary theme, Sharing the Planet.
You research your lines of inquiry using books, internet resources, databases, magazines, or interviews.
Based on the notes from your research, you write a 4-paragraph research paper and list your sources.
Based on your research, you & your group create a group display with visuals about your research.
You & your group present your display at the Exhibition Open House on May 6.
You & your group present your learning & display to other classrooms on May 1st & 2nd.
Your Exhibition project should help you learn about actions you can take to help our natural world.
Kids' choices can
help or harm
the natural world.
Your project should also
help others learn about
actions they can take to
help our natural world.
It's about all of us
sharing our planet!