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  MYP English 1 – Grade 9

MYP Aims and Objectives

The aims and objectives of the subject groups address all aspects of learning including knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes:

•Knowledge: The facts that the student should be able to recall to ensure competence in the subject.

•Understanding: How the student will be able to interpret, apply or predict aspects of the subject.

•Skills: How the student will be able to apply what has been learned in new situations.

•Attitudes: How the student is changed by the learning experience.

Course Aims

The aims of the teaching and study of language A are to encourage and enable the student to: use the language as a vehicle for thought, creativity, reflection, learning and self-expression; use language as a tool for personal growth, social interaction and for developing relationships within the international community; comprehend more clearly aspects of their own culture and those of other cultures by exploring the interdependence of human beings through a variety of works; explore the many facets of the language through the use of media and information technology; develop the skills involved in speaking, listening, reading, writing and viewing in a variety of contexts; respond appropriately to a variety of texts; read widely to promote a lifelong interest in language and literature develop a critical and creative approach to studying and analyzing literature; develop language skills through interdisciplinary work; consider the role of literature both culturally and historically; reflect on the learning process in various ways and at various stages empathize with real people and fictional characters as and when appropriate.


 

Heather Ferreri
Heather Ferreri

Room E-27

Conference Period - 4



Syllabus


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Erin Moran

Room E-15

Conference Period - 5



Syllabus
  MYP English 2 – Grade 10 
 
MYP Aims and Objectives

The aims and objectives of the subject groups address all aspects of learning including knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes:

•Knowledge: The facts that the student should be able to recall to ensure competence in the subject.

•Understanding: How the student will be able to interpret, apply or predict aspects of the subject.

•Skills: How the student will be able to apply what has been learned in new situations.

•Attitudes: How the student is changed by the learning experience.

Course Aims

The aims of the teaching and study of language A are to encourage and enable the student to: use the language as a vehicle for thought, creativity, reflection, learning and self-expression; use language as a tool for personal growth, social interaction and for developing relationships within the international community; comprehend more clearly aspects of their own culture and those of other cultures by exploring the interdependence of human beings through a variety of works; explore the many facets of the language through the use of media and information technology; develop the skills involved in speaking, listening, reading, writing and viewing in a variety of contexts; respond appropriately to a variety of texts; read widely to promote a lifelong interest in language and literature develop a critical and creative approach to studying and analyzing literature; develop language skills through interdisciplinary work; consider the role of literature both culturally and historically; reflect on the learning process in various ways and at various stages empathize with real people and fictional characters as and when appropriate.


Jimmy Gondos  
Jimmy Gondos

Room C-39

Conference Period - 5



Syllabus
Erick Hendrickson  
Erick Hendrickson

Room E-4

Conference Period - 4



Syllabus



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