IB English B

by Elizabeth Morse

IB Curriculum Aligned*

Course description: A weekly program of vocabulary and grammar study complements content units that use authentic texts for text-handling, genre analysis, written response, written production and oral production. Planning, drafting, peer feedback and editing are components of written production throughout the course. The content units are designed to engage students in issues related to English language cultures as well as to the core IB concepts of international mindedness and TOK’s ways of knowing. Activities develop the skills needed for both internal and external assessment so that students are well prepared for their second-year exams.

Table of Contents:

Year 1

  1. The Individual and Language
  2. The Nation and Language
  3. Globalized Language
  4. The House on Mango Street (Cisneros)
  5. 'Master Harold'...and the boys (Fugard)
  6. Selected Poems

Year 2

  1. The Debate about Globalization
  2. Trade and Labor Issues
  3. Branding and "Affluenza"
  4. Ishmael (Quinn)
  5. Individual Orals + Brave New World (Huxley)
  6. The Catcher in the Rye (Salinger) + IB Exam Prep

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