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An Inquiry into the IB PYP Exhibition

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An Inquiry into the IB PYP Exhibition
What is the IB PYP Exhibition?
Exhibition Details
How can parents help?
an individual or a group inquiry
The Exhibition
is...
How are the Students involved?
Students must be involved in all stages of planning:
What does it involve?
The Exhibition replaces one unit during the last year in the PYP.
Transdisciplinary Theme
Central Idea
Reaching a resolution during periods or moments of conflict is influenced by the actions and reactions of all involved.
Lines of Inquiry
1. Causes of conflict (local and global)
2. Human rights and equity
3. Strategies used to resolve conflict
4. Consequences of resolutions
Sub-topics
1. Environmental conflicts
2. Social conflicts (Migration, Tradition, Customs)
3. Forms of Expression (conflicts on languages, the arts)
4. Wildlife conflicts
5. Internal and external conflicts (effects on Human Behaviour)
School (peers and bullying)
Work Place
6. Climate conflicts
Parents can:
keep informed
about the process by reading emails and talking to their child
support and encourage
their children
provide knowledge
(be guest speaker if possible)
respect ownership
of the process
help to access resources
- people, places, media and information
Celebrate with the students
by attending the final presentations
Exhibition Timeline
Exhibition Journal
Official start of the exhibition unit
mentor meetings
exhibition day
Parent Experts
Please contact us if you are an expert in any of the topics or if you know of someone who would be willing to share their expertise.
an inquiry that starts from personal interest and passions, but extends into real world local and global issues
an inquiry that requires students to apply their learning from previous year.
The issue
The learning outcomes (transdisciplinary skills, Learner profile and PYP attitudes
The activities
The assessment (Journal and Presentation)
Students must show an understanding of the main concepts
Students must use skills from all 5 areas
8 Key concepts:
Form
Function
Causation
Change
Connection
Perspective
Responsibility
Reflection
There will be an open house where the entire school community is invited.
The students will spend about 6 - 8 weeks working on their inquiries in quarter 4 but planning begins at the end of quarter 3.
The Primary Years Programme (PYP) exhibition represents a
significant event
in the life of a PYP school and student,
synthesizing the essential elements of the PYP and sharing them with the whole school community
. As a culminating experience, it is an opportunity for students to exhibit the attributes of the IB Learner Profile that have been developing throughout their engagement with the PYP.
Introduction
Who does it involve?
The Exhibition involves:
Grade 6 Students
Grade 6 teachers
All teachers in the school
Support teachers (Librarian, ICT teachers, Science and English support teachers)
Support Staff
Parents
Mentors (teacher volunteers)
Sharing the Planet
An inquiry into the rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and with other living things, communities and the relationships within and between them, access to equal opportunities, peace and conflict resolution.
IBO. "Exhibition Guidelines."
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