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IB English B (2013)

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Transcript of IB English B (2013)

Lesson 1:
Getting to know eachother and English B (HL)
First 2 lessons
All three
Two sections and two aspects
Two works
b) Cultural Divercity
Important to save
c) Communication and media
a) Animal Farm
External assessment & Internal assessment
Matrix Partners preso!
Harvard Business Review
How to lower the cost of enterprise sales?
English B
Higher Level (HL)
Teachers from other countries
Experienced teacher of English
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
International Baccalaureate
Words of wisdom
The Cost to Acquire a Customer (CAC) exceeds the Life Time Value (LTV) a customer brings us.
This is my third go-around selling to large enterprises, SkyStream, Kontiki and now Qumu.

I like to explain to you the problem the way I see it, the changes I suggest to avoid making the same mistake again. and
Travels to Clients
Keys to Success
Practice makes perfect!
Lesson 2:
Self assessment
Revison (Eng B HL)
Frida & Tamara
We will succeed!
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Communication and media
Global issues
Social relationships
Paper 1
Paper 2 - Section B
IA - Interactive
Cultural diversity
Customs and traditions
Science and technology
Paper 2 - Section A
IA - Individual
Two literary works
10 short stories

For example:

1984 by George Orwell

The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan
The aims of group 2 are to:

1.develop students’ intercultural understanding

2.enable students to understand and use the language they have studied in a range of contexts and for a variety of purposes

3.encourage, through the study of texts and through social interaction, an awareness and appreciation of the different perspectives of people from other cultures

4.develop students’ awareness of the role of language in relation to other areas of knowledge

5.develop students’ awareness of the relationship between the languages and cultures with which they are familiar

6.provide students with a basis for further study, work and leisure through the use of an additional language

7.provide the opportunity for enjoyment, creativity and intellectual stimulation through knowledge of an additional language.
Communication and media

How people interact, transmit and gather data for the purposes of information and entertainment.

Possible aspects to cover:
•bias in media
•radio and television
•sensationalism in media
Global issues

Current matters and future scenarios that have an impact at a regional, national and/or international level, bearing in mind that they need to be addressed from the perspective of the target language’s culture(s).

Possible aspects to cover:
•energy reserves
•food and water
•global warming, climate change, natural disasters
•international economy
•migration (rural–urban, or international)
•poverty and famine
•racism, prejudice, discrimination
•the effect of man on nature
•the environment and sustainability.
Social relationships

How people interrelate and behave—as members of a community, individually and in groups. Possible aspects to cover:

• celebrations, social and religious events
• educational system
• language and cultural identity, or self-identity
• linguistic dominance
• minorities
• multilingualism
• nationalism, patriotism, fanaticism
• relationships (friendship, work, family)
• social and/or political structures
• social behaviours and stances
• taboos versus what is socially acceptable.
Cultural diversity

The ethnic, gender, racial, ideological and socio-economic varieties within a community of the target language.

Possible aspects to cover:

• beliefs, values and norms
• culinary heritage
• how culture is learned
• intercultural assimilation
• interlinguistic influence
• language diversity
• migration
• population diversity
• subcultures • the concepts of human beauty
• verbal and non-verbal communication.
Customs and traditions

The current and past practices, representations, expressions and knowledge that belong to a
community of the target language.

Possible aspects to cover:

• celebrations, social and religious events
• dress codes, uniforms
• etiquette and protocols
• fashion
• food
• historical events
• national costumes
• the arts.

Physical, mental and social well-being, as well as matters related to illnesses.

Possible aspects to cover:

• concepts of beauty and health
• diet and nutrition
• drug abuse
• epidemics
• health services
• hygiene
• illnesses, symptoms of good/ill health
• mental health
• physical exercise
• surgery
• traditional and alternative medicine.

The variety of activities performed for enjoyment.

Possible aspects to cover:

• entertainment
• exhibitions and shows
• games
• hobbies
• recreation
• social interaction through leisure
• sports
• travelling.
Science and technology

The relationship between science and technology, and their impact on a community of the target language.

Possible aspects to cover:

• entertainment
• ethics and science
• ethics and technology
• impact of information technology on society
• natural sciences
• renewable energy
• scientific research
• social sciences.
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