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-emergentGrade 9 & 10-competentGrade 9 & 10 -emergergent
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Unit TitlePicturing WordsThe Complete MausThe Pearl
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Key conceptCommunicationCommunicationCommunicationPerspective
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Related conceptsAudience imperative & StyleWord Choice StructureContext and Style
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Global contextPersonal & Cultural ExpressionPersonal and cultural expressionOrientation of Space and TimeFairness 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 FocusCommunication Skills, Social Skills, Thinking SkillsCommunicationCommunication Skills, Thinking Skills
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MYP ObjectivesA B C D A B C DA B C DB C D
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Summative AssessmentA + B Author Investigation: Students will research a notable children’s picture book author/illustrator
C + D Picture Book: Students will work in pairs to create a their own picture book, an intention statement that justifies their stylistic decisions, and reflection based on market research.

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


Prose Nursery Rhyme
B + D Publisher’s Pitch: Students will make a ‘pitch’ for a graphic novel including a front cover, sample pages, a blurb, intention and audience statement.
A + C 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 Sheethttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1q-wJ77iLCVuZ_b0JUjk1ucdk0hwxpkeOFhgP-CXdCwY/edit?usp=sharing
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D4rGafqRgZ1-sa6JhddSPYuSIHKiigvIplFpoR6j1So/edit?usp=sharing
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1acQnUOYD0wDMqnAup6e2fxkrwMDUF7IwlEWdUx5EYW0/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/16IJ0MD4xi69WO93uWckJX4WR53-CstMo5K7ngjM9tM0/edit?usp=sharing
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Australian Curriculum Strand Focus
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Interdisciplinary ConnectionsVisual Art and DesignVisual Art and Design
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Action arising from the unitRead story books to primary students and receive feedback from their target audience Local publisher/author/artist to attend the pitches and select a ‘winner’.
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Outlinehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1dy27G_kJSuwDLQEzeQ9x6o5VRGv5EJ0tMlkIbbqLXko/edit?usp=sharinghttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1nP5KN-YiLrWghWLOJ27sDrEdY7QrnUaGJmVgb2PJLdg/edit?usp=sharing
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Term 2Hannah ValmadreBronwyn KellyHannah ValmadreAmar Belbin
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Grade LevelGrade 7 & 8Grade 7 & 8Grade 9 & 10Grade 9 & 10
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Unit TitleUtopia Vs DystopiaFantasy vs. Reality "Bridge to TeribithiaSci-Fi Futures
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Key conceptPerspectivesCreativityPerspectivesPerspective
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Related conceptsGenre and ThemeFunction & ConventionsGenre and Purpose
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Global contextFairness and DevelopmentOrientation in space and timeScientific and Technical InnovationIdentities and Relationships
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Inquiry StatementConventions of Dystopian Fiction are used to question the different perspectives of what constitutes a perfect world.Language is intended to convey information and explores personal histories and journeys using function and conventions to communicate.Science-Fiction texts explore the ethical implications of advancements in technology.
Through an inquiry into perspective, students will explore character, and genre and style in the plays of shakespeare with focus on the identities and relationships in the play Macbeth.
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ATL FocusCritical Thinking, Reflection, CollaborationCommunicationCritical Thinking, Reflection, CollaborationCommunication (Creative Thinking)
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MYP ObjectivesA B C DA B C DA B C DB C D
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Summative AssessmentB + D Persuasive Speech: Students will present a speech to convince an audience what is the most urgent thing we need to do to make the world a better place. A + C Analytical Essay: Students will use examples from the two texts we have studied (Animal Farm and The Giver) to explain concepts of Utopia and dystopia.Identifying punctuation in short, long, simple and complex sentences. Developing literacy skills, as opposed to content knowledge.Identifying time connectives and understanding their use in sequencing and chronological order.B + D Persuasive Speech: Students will research recent developments in technology and will need to convince the audience why it will be important for us in the future. A + C Comparative Essay: Students will use examples from the two texts we have studied (1984 and Gattaca) to explore the ethical issues that arise as technology advances.Students complete a journal of either Macbeth or Lady Macbeth or Banquo.Perform a monologue from the play followed by an oral commentary on the performance. Deliver a persuasive speech to convince their peers.
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Australian Curriculum Strand Focus
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Interdisciplinary ConnectionsHistoryScience (biology) and Technology
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Action arising from the unitThe great debate: Students will participate in a class debate on a negotiated topic, to be held in a public forum.The great debate: Students will participate in a class debate on a negotiated topic, to be held in a public forum.
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Outlinehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1pKT1KX1EwSpIRsQbVxmkZo1npQzbnvEwXRDJO8vCOJg/edit?usp=sharinghttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1CoFu0_xVV79Qeoih1zIG7dcTv24Zj-_0FroEp1nMrXs/edit?usp=sharing
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Term 3Hannah ValmadreNicolai HuonHannah 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 TitleMemoir and Writer’s WorkshopThe Goat Who Sailed The WorldRomeo and JulietTo Kill a Mockingbird
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Key conceptCreativityConnectionConnectionCommunity
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Related conceptsSelf-Expression, Point of viewContext SettingCharacter, ThemeContext, SEtting, Theme
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Global contextOrientation in Space and TimeOrientation in Space & TimeIdentities and Human RelationshipsOrientationsin Space & Time
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Inquiry StatementMemoir writing allows authors to authentically express their personal histories in creative ways.
By creating a character that the reader can connect to the author strengthens the purpose of a novel.The characters in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet explore the themes of fate, free will, and the complexity of human relationships.
Students understand that great literature reflects the ethos of a time yet remains timeless.
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ATL FocusCritical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Communication
Research Creative ThinkingCollaboration, Organisation, Critical 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 AssessmentA + B Analytical Task: Students use a range of mentor texts to discuss and justify their response to the prompt “What makes a memorable memoir?” C + D Creative Task: Students will create a writing portfolio throughout the term, which will culminate in a long-form memoir.C + D Performance and passage analysis: In small groups students will perform a scene from Romeo and Juliet, followed by a presentation explaining the significance of the scene in terms of plot, character, and literary techniques used. A + B Analytical Essay: Students will write an analytical essay focussed on major characters and themes found within the text.
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/1XGNONHgd4P2zV4YAdgWmy32UgtDPlFu6G6q32tUWy2U/edit?usp=sharinghttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1ctpg_7x77gtubOFfAcFl_3hQV9jfsmZSaP5mn428Ixw/edit#heading=h.gjdgxshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1PwpOxJYXyfDp8CnbUkIzLabdKNQAfJppkj8oBjxwbFY/edit?usp=sharinghttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1DN-bLm40J2e7pRwm-GyE6-cKdH5DfQj4Y1InGtEvMxI/edit
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Interdisciplinary Connections
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Action arising from the unitStudents will create a class portfolio of their memoirs that will be bound and placed in the school library.Creative Writing Presentations to Grade 3 & 4All the world’s a stage: Students will perform their scenes from Task A to a larger audience at the end of term.
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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 TitleWhale RiderNews and Views
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Related conceptsConnectionsCreativity
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Global context
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