IB MYP Scope & Sequence Public 2018
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Term 1Hannah ValmadreBronwyn KellyHannah ValmadreAmar Belbin
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Grade LevelGrade 7 & 8-compGrade 7 & 8-emergGrade 9 & 10-compGrade 9 & 10 -emerg
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Unit TitleThe power of VisualsMausThe Pearl
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Key conceptCommunicationCommunicationCommunicationPerspective
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Related conceptsAudience imperative & StyleWord Choice StructureContext & Style
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Global contextPersonal & Cultural ExpressionPersonal and cultural expressionIdentities and relationshipsFairness and development
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Inquiry StatementSymbolic and conceptual elements of picture books are used to communicate to diverse audiences.The unique features of graphic novels focus on symbolic interpretation in personal and cultural expressionHistorical contexts are most effectively communicated through the visual and written language in graphic novels.Concepts of morality can transform through the need to change one’s life.
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ATL FocusCoomunication Social ThinkingCommunicationCommunication Thinking
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MYP ObjectivesA B C D A B C DA B C DB C D
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Summative AssessmentAuthor Investigation: Students will research a notable children’s picture book author/illustrator
Picture Book: Students will work in pairs to create a their own picture book, an intention statement that justifies their stylistic decisions, and

Graphic Novels and Comic Books
Graphic Novel
Research assignment on a graphic novel author/illustrator


Prose Nursery Rhyme
Publisher’s Pitch: Students will make a ‘pitch’ for a graphic novel including a front cover, sample pages, a blurb, intention and audience statement.
Text Response Essay: Students will write analytical text response essay based on major themes and characters found within the text MAUS

Students complete a formal essay showing understanding of the studied text.
Completion of a re-adapted ‘family story’. The story conveys a ‘message’ showing what the student considers to be of great ethical importance. It employs literary devices characteristic to one of the four forms of story-telling explored throughout the unit of inquiry.
Task 1: Journal writing in the persona of Macbeth or Lady Macbeth
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Task Sheet
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Australian Curriculum Strand Focus
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Interdisciplinary ConnectionsConnections to Arts- Drama
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Action arising from the unitRead story books to primary students Local publisher/author/artist to attend the pitches and select a ‘winner’.
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Outlinehttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CaSLxmRAMqIhgzSAUrWppy4Vh8Rc88bv5UP6Nch0fP4/edit#gid=1487207032https://docs.google.com/document/d/1imc3xFXMjBpqnuA2dLsmB3c2HDkoiRTjrmIF4p_XQ4I/edit
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Term 2Hannah ValmadreBronwyn KellyHannah ValmadreAmar Belbin
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Grade LevelGrade 7 & 8Grade 9 & 10Grade 9 & 10
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Unit TitleShortsTale of Two CitiesMacbeth
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Key conceptPerspectivesConnections
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Related conceptsCharacter, StyleContext & Setting
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Global contextIdenties & RelationshipsIdentities & Relationships
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Inquiry StatementCharacter and setting influence a creator’s choices in written expressionCultural and historical contexts shape narratives and texts related to specific places
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ATL FocusCritical & Reflective ThinkingResearch skills
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MYP ObjectivesA B C DA B C D
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Summative AssessmentTask 1: Select a short story from a collection [supplied by me] and answer a set of comprehension and analytical questions Task 2: Produce a collection of short stories [2-4] which have been workshopped and edited for publication in a DIS anthology.Research project on a nominated favourite city. Students create a written creative response to their chosen city [this can be the same city as Task 1- or a different one subject to teacher approval]
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Australian Curriculum Strand Focus
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Interdisciplinary Connections
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Action arising from the unit
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Term 3Hannah ValmadreAmar BelbinHannah ValmadreAmar Belbin
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Grade LevelGrade 7/8 compGrade 7/8 emergGrade 9/10 compGrade 9/10 emerg
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Unit TitleLord of survival [Lord of the Flies]A Tale of Two CitiesJourney to PesopllisTo Kill a Mockingbird
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Key conceptConnectionConnectionCommunicationCommunity
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Related conceptsSetting ThemeContext SettingContext, GenreContext, SEtting, Theme
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Global contextFairness and developmentOrientation in Space & TimeOrientation in Space & TimeOrientationsin Space & Time
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Inquiry StatementSetting influences how characters in fiction and real life behave, allowing authors to explore themes and make connections between the ways individuals and societies might react to situations.Students understand that specific cultural, historical and narrative factors shape the identities of cities and the literature which they produce.Historical contexts influence perspective and the genre we communicate in.Students understand that great literature reflects the ethos of a time yet remains timeless.
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ATL FocusSocial & ThinkingResearch Creative ThinkingCommunication & ThinkingCritical and Creative Thinking
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MYP ObjectivesA B C DA B C DA B C DA B C D
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Summative AssessmentTask A: The nuts and bolts > selected comprehension and analysis questions. Selection of choices : Character study, essay or re-write of a sectionComparitive Study Scrapbook Creative Writing TaskTask A: Create an autobiographical page, in the style of ‘Persepolis’- telling an incident/event in your life. Plus written reflection explaining creative choices.
Task B: Comparative report about the graphic novel and the film. How do they communicate differently?
Analytical Essay : Written response to major themes in TKAM Part 2 Opinion piece: Creative writing response to District Court Visit
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Australian Curriculum Strand Focus
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Overviewhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1e5PLBxxM4Y_eEkzr7ddJmsZKuRJSQNwTyoXqC2DbQ2s/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1ctpg_7x77gtubOFfAcFl_3hQV9jfsmZSaP5mn428Ixw/edit#heading=h.gjdgxshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1YJhpnVEktJyWknUuW7EDKnj42pfrITNYz61muD29zQA/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1DN-bLm40J2e7pRwm-GyE6-cKdH5DfQj4Y1InGtEvMxI/edit
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Interdisciplinary Connections
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Action arising from the unitCreative Writing Presentations to Grade 3 & 4
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Term 4Hannah ValmadreAmar BelbinHannah ValmadreAmar Belbin
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Grade LevelGrade 7 & 8 cGrade 7 & 8 eGrade 9 & 10 cGrade 9 & 10 e
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Unit TitleDon't Be an IdiomGruen Classroom
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Key conceptCreativityCreativity
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Related conceptsStyle & Self ExpressionAudience Purpose
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Global contextOrientation in Space & TimeScientific & Technical Innovation
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Inquiry StatementCreative use of idioms add style and quality to self-expression in EnglishPersuasive texts, specifically in advertising and journalism use language and psychology intended to influence our behaviour and decisions.
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ATL FocusResearch SkillResearch
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MYP ObjectivesA B C DAB
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Summative AssessmentTask A: Oral presentation on an idiom: 3 mins minimum Criterion B: Organising & Criterion D: Using LanguageJournal: reflections on advertising and persuasion. [Criterion A]
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Australian Curriculum Strand Focus
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Interdisciplinary Connections
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Action arising from the unit
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Overviewhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1cbPpm5n005kdpvxcg4sOFzMeYinqbfi0est9c9XV4bo/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1MyL0J9LyBtlEGFs9MZxjC9Pjo6AkT_1gaYXqn55OS0s/edit
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