MYP guide

  1. MYP Lang Acquisition Guide 2014
  2. LHS MYP Subject overviews 2014-2015

MYP Unit planner 2015


LHS MYP Unit Planner overviews

  1. MYP Unit planner 2015 template:
  2. MYP Learner Profile
  3. Some sample MYP unit planner charts
  4. Some other sample MYP unit planner units


Horizontal View-one page with all criteria on one page

MYP Rubrics 2014-Phases 1-4:



Phase 1: Criteria A, B. C, D-

Phase 2: Criteria A, B. C, D-

Phase 3: Criteria A, B. C, D-

Phase 4: Criteria A, B. C, D-

Vertical View with check boxes and notes-4 pages for each level

MYP Rubrics 2014-Phases 1-4


Phase 1: Criteria A, B. C, D-
Phase 2: Criteria A, B. C, D-
Phase 3: Criteria A, B. C, D-
Phase 4: Criteria A, B. C, D-


MYP rubrics all 4 phases-another form







See the MYP Phase 2 rubrics on one page

MYP Language Acquistion Rubrics(all three phrases, mixed it with other content)



Assessment requirements and how they align to the 3 modes

Criterion A- Comprehending spoken and visual text-Interpretive listening

Criterion B-Comprehending written and visual text-Interpretive reading

Criterion C- Communicating in response to spoken, written, and visual text-Interpersonal speaking and writing

Criterion D- Using language in spoken and written form-Presentational speaking and writing


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Criteria

Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
A
Speaking
1.5-2m
2-3m
3-5m
B
Text length
200-300
400-500
600-700
C
Text length
200-300
400-500
600-700
D
Writing length
100-150
100-150
200-250




MYP Criteria A and B explained with Samples

SourceAllison Lang

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MYP Criteria C and D explained with Samples

SourceAllison Lang

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MYP Sample Assessments 2015

  1. Sample MYP Language acquisition assessments, student examples, teacher commentary
  2. Sample MYP Language acquisition assessments-look at menu on the left side

Visual interpretation guides

  1. All questions must be in the target language as well as all answers.
  2. Visual text! It not just a picture with words below as you may have seen with some of the samples. Visual text can be a music video, it can be a website, or even a graph from math class.
  3. The idea is that part of literacy is recognizing the context and conventions of a particular text. So questions must center around identifying the type of document and the elements of its style.
  4. Students must also identify the target audience and relate these things to their own personal life by using their opinion.
  5. French example
  6. Using this food guide from Canada

Source

Objective A: Oral communication

Objective B: Visual interpretation

Objective C: Reading comprehension-how to

Objective D: Writing




Examples and student work