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Happy Holidays, Everyone!
Please enjoy this November/December edition of the IB Program Newsletter. You will find the May 2022 IB Exam Schedule linked below and see some of the fun activities students completed over the past few weeks.
I truly wish everyone health & happiness this holiday season! Enjoy the break!!
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May 2022 Exam Schedule
Creativity, Activity & Service (CAS) Experiences
Dunkin Donuts Fundraiser for Interact Club
Full diploma seniors Madeline Tusa & Logan Dobbins (the donut) and full diploma junior Kristen Oliver (the coffee) helped to promote the fundraiser.
Decorating the John Story Trail
Approaches to Teaching & Learning in Classrooms
Teaching Based on Inquiry
Teaching Focused on Conceptual Understanding
Students in Mrs. Thomas's senior IB English Literature class worked on the concept of inferences.
Students needed to:
- Identify what an inference is and how it applies to Cormac McCarthy's The Road
- Activate prior knowledge regarding apocalypses and explore examples in popular media and culture
- Establish the setting of The Road
Since making inferences is crucial to understanding the post-apocalyptic setting of Cormac McCarthy's The Road, students were asked to work in groups to analyze the picture above. Each group made inferences about the pic and then shared their inferences with the rest of the class. They will be applying these skills during the reading of the next novel.