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Friday, April 7

  1. page CONFIRMACIÓN DE PROYECTOS edited ... Necesitas imprimir la siguiente forma y entregar una copia a tu tutor y otra a la coordinadora…
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    Necesitas imprimir la siguiente forma y entregar una copia a tu tutor y otra a la coordinadora CAS.
    La forma debe incluir tu nombre, el nombre del supervisor con todos sus datos (celular y horario en que se le puede contactar), lugar o institución donde realizas el proyecto con dirección y firma de que aceptan supervisar la actividad, firma de consentimiento de tus padres.
    {carta supervisor.pdf}
    PROPUESTA DE PROYECTO
    Necesitas Imprimir esta forma, llenarla, y dársela a firmar a tu tutor (Advisor) y a la coordinadora de CAS. También puedes llenar esta forma en CCNET.
    {CAS PROPOSAL FORM.docx}
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Friday, March 11

  1. page Biblioteca edited ... Contacto Bienvenido a la Bibliowiki del Churchill College ... y de 7:15 7:00 a 15:15 …
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    Contacto
    Bienvenido a la Bibliowiki del Churchill College
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    y de 7:157:00 a 15:1515:30 hrs. es
    La biblioteca se encuentra automatizada y dispone de catalogo electrónico, los procesos de préstamo se realizan con un lector laser y su estantería es abierta.
    Los préstamos de materiales a domicilio, para los alumnos son de 10 días hábiles, y pueden sacar hasta cinco libros por usuario. Cualquier duda relacionada con el servicio de la biblioteca, puede ser aclarada al leer el reglamento de la biblioteca.
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Tuesday, September 15

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Friday, May 29

  1. page Introduction to IB requirements. Production, Investigation edited ... The course content for HL and SL may be the same. However, due to the different amount of time…
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    The course content for HL and SL may be the same. However, due to the different amount of time available for each, students at HL have the opportunity to develop ideas and skills, and to produce a larger body of work, or work of greater depth. In order to reflect this, the assessment criteria are differentiated according to option and level. There need be no direct relationship between the number of works produced, the time spent on each, and the quality achieved: a high level of performance at either HL or SL can be achieved in both a large and small body of work.
    Syllabus
    OPTION A HL VISUAL ARTS
    OPTION A SL VISUAL ARTS
    STUDIO WORK: 60 %
    External assessment tasks
    SL
    HL
    Task 1: Comparative study

    Students will produce 18 final pieces inanalyse and compare different artworks by different artists. This independent critical and contextual investigation explores artworks, objects and artifacts from differing cultural contexts.
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    20%
    20%
    At SL: Compare at least 3 different artworks, by at least 2 different artists, with commentary over 10–15 pages.
    At HL: As SL plus a reflection on
    the 18 monthsextent to which their work and practices have been influenced by any of the programme.
    The poduction should reflect personal concerns, original ideas and skills in
    the useof
    art/artists examined (3–5 pages).
    Task 2: Process portfolio visual arts journal
    Students submit carefully selected
    materials which evidence their experimentation, exploration, manipulation and mediums. practical exploration will take place,
    creating your own strategy to create artistic production.
    INVESTIGATION: 40%
    refinement of a variety of visual arts activities during the two-year course.
    Students will
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    in a research notebookvisual arts journal were they
    creative process for each final piece.
    There should be self investigation of art from different times and cultures.
    Independent context concerning your ideas, visual and critical investigation
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    and written.
    Visits
    Visits to cultural
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    festival, music
    festivals,
    festivals, movies, books
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    to you
    EXAMINATION:
    The programme ends with an exhibition

    *
    40%
    40%
    At SL: 9–18 pages. The submitted work should be in at least two different art-making forms.
    At HL: 13–25 pages. The submitted work should be in at least three different art-making forms.
    Internal assessment task
    SL
    HL
    Task 3: Exhibition
    Students submit for assessment a selection
    of allresolved artworks from their exhibition. The selected pieces should show evidence of your piecestheir technical accomplishment during the visual arts course and an interview
    in which you talk about your process, ideas, concerns, investigation, difficulties, achivements,Influences, techniques and skills.
    We do a portafolio (RECORD BOOKLET) in which you present photographies
    of yourfinal pieces, title, technique, measurements.
    The best pages
    understanding of your research notebook showing your processthe use of materials, ideas and
    investigation.
    An art statement
    practices appropriate to justify your ideas, issues and concerns.
    STUDIO WORK: 60 %
    Students will produce 12 final pieces in the 18 months of the programme.
    visual communication.
    The poduction
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    skills in the use of
    the useof
    materials and
    creating your own strategy to create artistic production.
    INVESTIGATION: 40 %
    Students will work in a research notebook were they should demostrate their
    creative process for each final piece.
    There should be self investigation of art from different times and cultures.
    Independent context concerning your ideas, visual and critical investigation
    and reflection visual and written.
    Visits to cultural events, museums, festival, drama festival, film festival, music
    festivals, movies, books and anything that could be an influence to you
    EXAMINATION:
    The programme ends
    40%
    40%
    At SL: 4–7 pieces
    with an exhibition of all of yourtext for each. A curatorial rationale (400 words maximum).
    At HL: 8–11
    pieces and an interview
    in whichyou talk about your process, ideas, concerns, investigation, difficulties, achivements,
    influences, techniques and skills.
    We do a portafolio (RECORD BOOKLET) in which you present photographies
    of yourfinal pieces, title, technique, measurements.
    The best pages of your research notebook showing your process and
    investigation.
    An art statement to justify your ideas, issues and concerns.
    with exhibition text for each. A curatorial rationale (700 words maximum)
    How much time do you think you need to achieve a final piece?
    Plan 18 final piece during your IB programme, montly planner?
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Monday, May 25

  1. page Week 10 The use of technology in brain research edited ... Group Groups of three Level Key H . Higher achiever S Standard achiever L Lower achie…
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    Group
    Groups of three
    Level Key
    H .
    Higher achiever
    S
    Standard achiever
    L
    Lower achiever
    Type Key
    Individual .
    Activity performed completely by the student himself.
    Pairs
    Acitivty performed in pairs to either to share, check or generate results.
    Group
    Activity performed in groups, strongly recommended in groups of 3 or 4 and assigned by the teacher.
    Peer-Assess .
    Activity that will be marked by peers. mark scheme should be provided before hand and explained.
    Self Assess .
    Activity that will be marked by one self. Mark scheme should be provided before hand and explained.

    Assessment
    Name
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  2. page Week 9 Location of function in the brain, revision. edited Week 1 9 Topic(s) Localization of function in the brain ... Activities / Strategies Name …

    Week 19
    Topic(s)
    Localization of function in the brain
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    Activities / Strategies
    Name
    Level
    Description - Instructions
    Type
    Handout / File
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    a
    a
    BBC "What makes us humans"
    - Students will watch the BBC documentary while filling in a handout about areas of the brain and the function related to them.
    - For Homework: students will look for a piece of research that proves how one area of the brain is linked to the function they watched .

    Individual
    Level Key
    H .
    Higher achiever
    S
    Standard achiever
    L
    Lower achiever
    Type Key
    Individual .
    Activity performed completely by the student himself.
    Pairs
    Acitivty performed in pairs to either to share, check or generate results.
    Group
    Activity performed in groups, strongly recommended in groups of 3 or 4 and assigned by the teacher.
    Peer-Assess .
    Activity that will be marked by peers. mark scheme should be provided before hand and explained.
    Self Assess .
    Activity that will be marked by one self. Mark scheme should be provided before hand and explained.

    Assessment
    Name
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  3. page Week 9 Location of function in the brain, revision. edited ... Week 1 Topic(s) Topic Topic Localization of function in the brain Studies that prove lo…
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    Week 1
    Topic(s)
    Topic
    Topic
    Localization of function in the brain
    Studies that prove localization of function

    Objective(s)
    Objective 1 Discuss Research about localization of function in the brain
    Outcome 1:
    Outcome 2:
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Thursday, May 7

  1. page analysis artist in collage edited ... How is he modifying color and size? What feelings do you get with his work? how does he achie…
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    How is he modifying color and size?
    What feelings do you get with his work? how does he achieves that?
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    work !
    http://www.danielgordonstudio.com/
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