IB Learner ProLle, Inquirers We nurture our curiosity developing skills for inquiry and research We know how to learn independently and with. others We learn with enthusiasm and sustain our love of learning throughout life. Knowledgeable We develop and use conceptual understanding exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines We engage. with issues and ideas that have local and global signiLcance. Thinkers We use critical and creative thinking skills to analyse and take responsible action on complex problems We. exercise initiative in making reasoned ethical decisions. Communicators We express ourselves conLdently and creatively in more than one language and in many ways We collaborate. effectively listening carefully to the perspectives of other individuals and groups. Principled We act with integrity and honesty with a strong sense of fairness and justice and with respect for the dignity and. rights of people everywhere We take responsibility for our actions and their consequences. Open minded We critically appreciate our own cultures and personal histories as well as the values and traditions of others We. seek and evaluate a range of points of view and we are willing to grow from the experience. Caring We show empathy compassion and respect We have a commitment to service and we act to make a positive. difference in the lives of others and in the world around us. Risk takers We approach uncertainty with forethought and determination we work independently and cooperatively to explore. new ideas and innovative strategies We are resourceful and resilient in the face of challenges and change. Balanced We understand the importance of balancing different aspects of our lives intellectual physical spiritual and. emotional to achieve well being for ourselves and others We recognize our interdependence with other people. and with the world in which we live, ReMective We thoughtfully consider the world and our own ideas and experience We work to understand our strengths and. weaknesses in order to support our learning and personal development. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 2 of 14. Summary of Achievement,Achievement Levels Final Grade Local Grade. Language and literature English A B C D,8 7 8 8 7 A. James Hendrick, Rachel is showing a strong interest in the literature we have been reading this term I m glad to see her working on her vocabulary. and improving the language she uses in her compositions. Language acquisition Chinese Phases 1 2 3 A B C D,6 6 7 8 6 A. Rachel has been doing well on our written work but needs to work harder on her pronunciation Jia you. Individuals and societies Economics A B C D,7 8 6 8 7 A. Bess Levin, Good analysis Participates actively in class discussions. Mathematics Standard Mathematics A B C D,8 7 7 6 7 A. Jack Reacher, Rachel has been improving in class as the semester has progressed I believe if she continues to work hard on her homework and. actively asks questions when she doesn t understand she will begin to excel. Arts Visual arts A B C D,5 6 5 7 5 B,Richard Chandler. Rachel has shown herself to be quite inquisitive when it comes to the development of art over the past century She is particularly. interested in the changing notion of what is considered art and how society has responded to this. Physical and health education Physical Education A B C D. 7 7 6 8 7 A,Richard Chandler, Rachel is a great team player and contributed effectively and consistently throughout this semester She was a joy to have in class. and I look forward to seeing her contributions in her Diploma years. Design Technology A B C D,7 7 6 7 6 A,Maxine Reed, Rachel continues to show a good attitude towards her coursework and continues to actively participate in discussions She is. lively and animated and always an active participant in discussions. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 3 of 13. Approaches to Learning,Information Media Critical Creative. Subject Collaboration Communication Organization Affective ReNection Literacy Literacy Thinking Thinking Transfer. English ME EE,Chinese EE EE,Economics EE EE ME EE,AE ME ME BE. Mathematics,Visual arts ME EE ME EE,EE ME EE ME,Technology EE ME ME EE. Homeroom Advisor Comments, Rachel has done exceptionally well academically over the past term In particular her personal project received top. marks and she has qualiMed to represent the school at the Siemens Westinghouse science competition The entire. faculty are incredibly proud of her work over the past term well done. Richard Chandler,Homeroom Advisor,Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 4 of 13. Personal Project,Topic Design and Technology, Inquiry Question What can replace kerosene lamps in developing nations. Goal Creating a solar powered LED reading lamp,Supervisor James Hendrick. Personal Project Assessment,Criteria Achievement Level Maximum. A Investigating 8 8, Rachel is able to deMne a clear and highly challenging goal and context for the project based on personal interests identify prior. learning and subject speciMc knowledge that is consistently highly relevant to the project demonstrate excellent research skills. B Planning 8 8, Rachel is able to develop rigorous criteria for the product outcome present a detailed and accurate plan and record of the. development process of the project and demonstrate excellent self management skills. C Taking action 7 8, Rachel is able to create an excellent product outcome in response to the goal global context and criteria demonstrate excellent. thinking skills and demonstrate excellent communication and social skills. D ReNecting 8 8, Rachel is able to present an excellent evaluation of the quality of the product outcome against his or her criteria present excellent. reNection on how completing the project has extended his or her knowledge and understanding of the topic and the global context. and present excellent reNection on his or her development as an IB learner through the project. Grade 7 Totals 31 32,Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel has done a fantastic job with her project,Rachel Epelbaum. Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 5 of 13. Class Reports, Language and literature English Year 5 James Hendrick. MYP Assessment Criteria Achievement Level Maximum,A Analysing. Rachel provides perceptive analysis of the content context language structure technique style of. text s and the relationship among texts perceptively analyses the effects of the creator s choices on 8 8. an audience gives detailed justiMcation of opinions and ideas with a range of examples and. thorough explanations uses accurate terminology perceptively compares and contrasts by making. extensive connections in features across and within genres and texts. B Organizing, Rachel makes sophisticated use of organizational structures that serve the context and intention. effectively effectively organizes opinions and ideas in a sustained coherent and logical manner with 7 8. ideas building on each other in a sophisticated way makes excellent use of referencing and. formatting tools to create an effective presentation style. C Producing text, Rachel produces texts that demonstrate a high degree of personal engagement with the creative. process demonstrates a high degree of insight imagination or sensitivity and perceptive exploration 8 8. of and critical reNection on new perspectives and ideas makes perceptive stylistic choices in terms. of linguistic literary and visual devices demonstrating good awareness of impact on an audience. selects extensive relevant details and examples to develop ideas with precision. D Using language, Rachel effectively uses a range of appropriate vocabulary sentence structures and forms of. expression writes and speaks in a consistently appropriate register and style that serve the context. and intention uses grammar syntax and punctuation with a high degree of accuracy errors are 8 8. minor and communication is effective spells writes and pronounces with a high degree of accuracy. errors are minor and communication is effective makes effective use of appropriate non verbal. communication techniques,Totals 31 32,Final Grade Local Grade. Approaches to Learning,ATL EE ME AE BE,Collaboration. Communication, Rachel is showing a strong interest in the literature we have been reading this term I m glad to see her working on her. vocabulary and improving the language she uses in her compositions. Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 6 of 13. Language acquisition Chinese Phases 1 2 3 Year 5 Risa Aoki. MYP Assessment Criteria Achievement Level Maximum,A Comprehending spoken and visual text. Rachel analyses considerably and draws conclusions from information main ideas and supporting. details Rachel analyses most conventions Rachel engages considerably with the spoken and visual 6 8. text by analysing most ideas opinions and attitudes and by making a response to the text based on. personal experiences and opinions from a global perspective. B Comprehending written and visual text, Rachel analyses considerably and draws conclusions from information main ideas and supporting. details Rachel analyses most basic conventions including aspects of format and style and author s 6 8. purpose for writing Rachel engages considerably with the written and visual text by analysing most. ideas opinions and attitudes and by making a response to the text based on personal experiences. and opinions from a global perspective, C Communicating in response to spoken written and visual text. Rachel responds in detail and appropriately to spoken written and visual text Rachel engages. conMdently in rehearsed and unrehearsed exchanges to share a variety of informative and organized. ideas on a range of topics of personal and global signiMcance Rachel effectively expresses a wide 7 8. range of ideas opinions and feelings and communicates information in a wide range of situations. ideas are relevant and developed reNecting a good understanding of the topic Opinions are. supported by examples and illustrations Rachel communicates with an excellent sense of register. purpose and style,D Using language in spoken and written form. Rachel writes speaks effectively using a range of vocabulary complex grammatical structures and. conventions accurately occasional errors do not interfere with communication Speaks with 8 8. excellent intonation and Nuency making communication easy organizes information and ideas into a. clear and effective structure uses a wide range of cohesive devices accurately enhancing the. development of ideas uses language effectively to suit the context. Totals 27 32,Final Grade Local Grade,Approaches to Learning. ATL EE ME AE BE,Collaboration,Communication, Rachel has been doing well on our written work but needs to work harder on her pronunciation Jia you. Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 7 of 13. Individuals and societies Economics Year 5 Bess Levin. MYP Assessment Criteria Achievement Level Maximum,A Knowing and understanding. Rachel consistently uses a wide range of terminology effectively demonstrates detailed knowledge 7 8. and understanding of content and concepts through thorough accurate descriptions explanations. and examples,B Investigating, Rachel formulates a clear and focused research question and justiMes its relevance formulates and. effectively follows a comprehensive action plan to investigate a research question uses research 8 8. methods to collect and record appropriate varied and relevant information thoroughly evaluates the. investigation process and results,C Communicating, Rachel communicates information and ideas accurately by using a style that is mostly appropriate to 6 8. the audience and purpose structures information and ideas in a way that is mostly appropriate to. the speciMed format often documents sources of information using a recognized convention. D Thinking critically, Rachel completes a detailed discussion of concepts issues models visual representation and. theories synthesizes information to make valid well supported arguments effectively analyses and 8 8. evaluates a wide range of sources data in terms of origin and purpose recognizing values and. limitations thoroughly interprets a range of different perspectives and their implications. Totals 29 32,Final Grade Local Grade,Approaches to Learning. ATL EE ME AE BE,Collaboration,Organization,Information Literacy. Critical Thinking, Good analysis Participates actively in class discussions. Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 8 of 13. Mathematics Standard Mathematics Year 5 Jack Reacher. MYP Assessment Criteria Achievement Level Maximum,A Knowing and understanding. Rachel is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in both familiar 8 8. and unfamiliar situations apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these. problems generally solve these problems correctly,B Investigating patterns. Rachel is able to select and apply mathematical problem solving techniques to discover complex 7 8. patterns describe patterns as general rules consistent with correct Mndings prove or verify and. justify these general rules,C Communicating, Rachel is able to consistently use appropriate mathematical language use appropriate forms of. mathematical representation to consistently present information correctly move effectively between 7 8. different forms of mathematical representation communicate through lines of reasoning that are. complete coherent and concise present work that is consistently organized using a logical. D Applying mathematics in real life contexts, Rachel is able to identify the relevant elements of the authentic real life situation select adequate. mathematical strategies to model the authentic real life situation apply the selected mathematical 6 8. strategies to reach a valid solution to the authentic real life situation explain the degree of accuracy. of the solution explain whether the solution makes sense in the context of the authentic real life. Totals 28 32,Final Grade Local Grade,Approaches to Learning. ATL EE ME AE BE,Organization,Information Literacy,Critical Thinking. Rachel has been improving in class as the semester has progressed I believe if she continues to work hard on her. homework and actively asks questions when she doesn t understand she will begin to excel. Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 9 of 13. Arts Visual arts Year 5 Richard Chandler,MYP Assessment Criteria Achievement Level Maximum. A Knowing and understanding, Rachel demonstrates substantial knowledge and understanding of the art form studied including. concepts processes and substantial use of subject speciMc terminology demonstrates substantial 5 8. understanding of the role of the art form in original or displaced contexts demonstrates substantial. use of acquired knowledge to purposefully inform artistic decisions. B Developing skills, Rachel demonstrates substantial acquisition and development of the skills and techniques of the art 6 8. form studied demonstrates substantial application of skills and techniques to create perform and or. present art,C Thinking creatively, Rachel develops a substantial artistic intention which is often feasible clear imaginative and. coherent demonstrates a substantial range and depth of creative thinking behaviours 5 8. demonstrates substantial exploration of ideas to purposefully shape artistic intention through to a. point of realization,D Responding, Rachel constructs meaning with depth and insight and effectively transfers learning to new settings 7 8. creates an excellent artistic response which intends to effectively reNect or impact on the world. around him or her presents an excellent critique of the artwork of self and others. Totals 23 32,Final Grade Local Grade,Approaches to Learning. ATL EE ME AE BE,Communication,Critical Thinking, Rachel has shown herself to be quite inquisitive when it comes to the development of art over the past century She is. particularly interested in the changing notion of what is considered art and how society has responded to this. Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 10 of 13. Physical and health education Physical Education Year 5 Richard Chandler. MYP Assessment Criteria Achievement Level Maximum,A Knowing and understanding. Rachel explains physical and health education factual procedural and conceptual knowledge. applies physical and health education knowledge to analyse complex issues to solve complex 7 8. problems set in familiar and unfamiliar situations and applies physical and health terminology. consistently and effectively to communicate understanding. B Planning for performance, Rachel designs explains and justiMes a plan to improve physical performance or health and 7 8. analyses and evaluates the effectiveness of a plan based on the outcome. C Applying and performing, Rachel demonstrates and applies a range of skills and techniques demonstrates and applies a 6 8. range of strategies and movement concepts and analyses and applies information to perform. D ReNecting and improving performance, Rachel explains and demonstrates strategies to enhance interpersonal skills develops goals and 8 8. applies strategies to enhance performance and analyses and evaluates performance. Totals 28 32,Final Grade Local Grade,Approaches to Learning. ATL EE ME AE BE,Collaboration,Communication,Organization. Information Literacy, Rachel is a great team player and contributed effectively and consistently throughout this semester She was a joy to. have in class and I look forward to seeing her contributions in her Diploma years. Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 11 of 13. Design Technology Year 5 Maxine Reed,MYP Assessment Criteria Achievement Level Maximum. A Inquiring and analysing, Rachel explains and justiMes the need for a solution to a problem for a client target audience. constructs a detailed research plan which identiMes and prioritizes the primary and secondary 7 8. research needed to develop a solution to the problem independently analyses a range of existing. products that inspire a solution to the problem in detail develops a detailed design brief which. summarizes the analysis of relevant research,B Developing ideas. Rachel develops detailed design speciMcations which explain the success criteria for the design of a. solution based on the analysis of the research develops a range of feasible design ideas using an. appropriate medium s and detailed annotation which can be correctly interpreted by others 7 8. presents the chosen design and justiMes fully and critically its selection with detailed reference to the. design speciMcation develops accurate and detailed planning drawings diagrams and outlines. requirements for the creation of the chosen solution. C Creating the solution, Rachel constructs a logical plan which considers time and resources sufMcient for peers to be able. to follow to create the solution demonstrates competent technical skills when making the solution 6 8. creates the solution which functions as intended and is presented appropriately describes changes. made to the chosen design and plan when making the solution. D Evaluating, Rachel designs detailed and relevant testing methods which generate data to measure the success. of the solution critically evaluates the success of the solution against the design speciMcation based 7 8. on authentic product testing explains how the solution could be improved explains the impact of. the product on the client target audience,Totals 27 32. Final Grade Local Grade,Approaches to Learning,ATL EE ME AE BE. Communication,Organization,Critical Thinking, Rachel continues to show a good attitude towards her coursework and continues to actively participate in. discussions She is lively and animated and always an active participant in discussions. Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,Boundaries 0 5 6 9 10 14 15 18 19 23 24 27 28 32. Rachel Epelbaum, Faria International School Sample MYP Report Page 12 of 13. Grade Descriptors,Final Grade Local Grade Descriptor. Consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills and the ability to apply. 7 A them almost faultlessly in a wide variety of situations The student consistently demonstrates originality. insight and analytical thinking The student produces work of high quality. Consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills and the ability to apply. 6 A them in a wide variety of situations The student consistentlydemonstrates originality insight and. analytical thinking, Thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills and the ability to apply them in a variety of. situations The student occasionally demonstrates originality insight and analytical thinking. General understanding of the required knowledge and skills and the ability to apply them effectively in. normal situations There is occasional evidence of analytical thinking. Limited achievement against most of the objectives or clear difMculties in some areas The student. 3 C demonstrates a limited understanding of the required knowledge and skills and is only able to apply them. fully to normal situations with support, Very limited achievement in terms of the objectives The student has difMculty in understanding the. required knowledge and skills and is unable to apply them fully to normal situations even with support. 1 D Minimal achievement in terms of the objectives. N A F Not Yet Assessed,Approaches to Learning,Grade Descriptor. EE Exceeding Expectations The student s progress against the ATL is exceeding expectations. ME Meeting Expectations The student s progress against the ATL is meeting expectations. AE Approaching Expectations The student s progress against the ATL is approaching expectations. BE Below Expectations The student s progress against the ATL is below expectations. 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