Registration guides High school registration guide 2022-23 [copy] - Page 59

• Focus on : Change , Culture , Society , Ethics , Innovation and Strategy
• Applying content to “ real world ” business situations
• SL Exam required at the end of the course Projects , Activities , etc .: Case Study approach , internal research paper , virtual business and external exam Instructional Focus : .. Variety of methods used to meet students needs
IB Psychology SL [ CPHS only ] Intended Audience : Grades 11 and 12 Credit : Three trimesters = 1.5 credits Major Outcomes :
• Analyze and evaluate psychological theories and perspectives
• Replicate a psychological study , analyzing the results
• Evaluate the studies and theories that are associated with social psychology
• Internal and external assessments
• SL Exam required at the end of the course
• Projects , Activities , etc .: Brain project , find , analyze and evaluate current journal articles in the field of psychology , Internal and external assessments , SL Exam taken at the end of the senior year
Instructional Focus : All class discussions and student led presentations
IB Visual Arts SL [ CPHS only ] Intended Audience : Grades 11 or 12 Prerequisite / Selection Process : 2 lower level arts courses or teacher permission Credit : Three trimesters = 1.5 credits Major Outcomes :
• At an advanced , college preparatory level —
• Identify and Describe artwork from differing contexts .
• Experiment with different media , materials and techniques in art-making .
• Critically analyze and discuss artworks created by themselves and others .
• SL Exam required at the end of the course
• Projects , Activities , etc .: Comparative Presentation of various established works of art ; Process Portfolio of student ’ s developing work ; Exhibition of student ’ s completed work .
Instructional Focus : Artistic skills using a variety of media , writing , speaking , analysis , and critical thinking .
IB CORE
IB Theory of Knowledge I [ CPHS only ] [ TOK I is required for all IB diploma candidates ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : IB diploma candidate or certificate scholar Intended Audience : Grades 11 or 12 Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Identify and analyze the various kinds of justifications used to support knowledge .
• Formulate , evaluate and attempt to answer knowledge questions
• Examine how academic disciplines / areas of knowledge generate and shape knowledge
• Understand the roles played by ways of knowing in the construction of shared and personal knowledge
• Explore links between knowledge claims , knowledge questions , ways of knowing and areas of knowledge
• Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of different perspectives and be able to relate these to one ’ s own perspective
• Explore a real-life / contemporary situation from a TOK perspective in the presentation
Projects , Activities , etc .: TOK presentation Instructional Focus : Students participate in frequent seminar discussions and research assignments , knowledge issues
IB Theory of Knowledge II [ CPHS only ] [ TOK II is required for all IB diploma candidates ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : IB Theory of Knowledge I Intended Audience : Grade 12 Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Identify and analyze the various kinds of justifications used to support knowledge .
• Formulate , evaluate and attempt to answer knowledge questions
• Examine how academic disciplines / areas of knowledge generate and shape knowledge
• Understand the roles played by ways of knowing in the construction of shared and personal knowledge
• Explore links between knowledge claims , knowledge questions , ways of knowing and areas of knowledge
• Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of different perspectives and be able to relate these to one ’ s own perspective
• Explore a real-life / contemporary situation from a TOK perspective in the presentation
Projects , Activities , etc .: TOK presentation Instructional Focus : Student-led discussions , faster pace and independent work
IB Personal and Professional Skills 11 Prerequisite / Selection Process : Admission to the IB Career Program Intended Audience : Students interested in pursuing an IB Career-Related Program diploma . Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes : By the end of the course , students will be able to :
• Identify their own strengths and develop areas for growth Demonstrate the ability to apply thinking processes to personal and profe sional situations .
• Recognize and be able to articulate the value of cultural understanding and appreciation for diversity Demonstrate the skills and recognize the benefits of communicating effectively and working collaboratively
• Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions .
Projects , Activities , etc .: Ethical analysis of the chosen career field through discussion , collaboration , and writing
IB Personal and Professional Skills 12 [ CPHS only ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : Admission to the IB Career Program Intended Audience : Students interested in pursuing an IB Career-Related diploma Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Identify personal strengths and develop areas for growth
• Apply thinking processes to personal and professional situations .
• Recognize and be able to articulate the value of cultural understanding and appreciation for diversity
• Demonstrate the skills and recognize the benefits of communicating effectively and working collaboratively
• Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions .
Projects , Activities , etc .: Analysis of chosen field ( research ), reading and writing about the field from an ethical perspective Instructional Focus : Development of the self within the context of the workplace , critically examining chosen field .
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