Year 11 IB parent meet 2012

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Year 11 IB parent meeting
Course update
School organization
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Head of Year: Pak Ismail
DP coordinator: Pak Todung/Ibu Popy
CAS coordinator: Ibu Widy
SSS: Ibu Regina, Ingrid, Dwi
TOK coordinator: Pak Arthur
EE coordinator: Pak Marc
Where to find…
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School website: www.globaljaya.com
School portal: www.globaljaya.net
Twitter: @GlobalJaya
Facebook:
Email [email protected]
[email protected]
Todung [email protected]
[email protected]
The six subject groups
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Group 1 Language
Group 2 Second language
Group 3 Individuals and societies
Group 4 Experimental sciences
Group5 Mathematics and computer science
Group 6 Arts and options
3 x HL courses 240 hours
3 x SL courses 150 hours
Award of the Diploma
• As a general guide a score of 24 out of a
possible 45 points will result in the awarding
of the IB Diploma.
• However it is more complicated than that.
• There are two sets of scores as follows:
A total score of 24-27 points
• A numeric grade is awarded to all six subjects
• CAS requirements are met
• A grade of A-E is awarded to TOK and Extended Essay
with at least a D in one
• No grade 1 in any subject
• No grade 2 in any HL subject
• No more than 3 grades 3 or below
• At least 12 points in HL subjects
• At least 9 points in SL subjects
A total score of 28 points and above
• A numeric grade is awarded to all six subjects
• CAS requirements are met
• A grade of A-E is awarded to TOK and Extended Essay
with at least a D in one
• No grade 1 in any subject
• No grade 2 in any HL subject
• No more than 3 grades 3 or below
• At least 11 points in HL subjects
• At least 8 points in SL subjects
What do the scores mean?
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7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Excellent
Very good
Good
Satisfactory
Mediocre
Poor
Very poor
A+
A
B
C
D
E+
E
Where are we up to?
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TOK Pak Arthur
CAS Ibu Widy
Extended Essay
Course work
Exams/Internal assessments
Managing requirement
– Study
– Sport
– CAS
– Other activities
– Social/family life
Progress to Year 12
• The following performance standard is required for
progress from Year 11 IB Diploma into Year 12.
• Students undertake an exam in each subject at the end of
Year 11.
• Each subject then gives a grade 1-7 based on the exam
result.
• A minimum score of 24 is required to continue in the
Diploma Programme in Year 12.
• That a student who fails to achieve a minimum of 24 is
given two alternatives:
– To repeat Year 11 or
– To convert from Diploma Programme to a Certificate course.
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Progress to Year 12
• The score of 24 has the following conditions:
(based on current Diploma Award conditions)
• That students gain no grade 1 in any subject.
• That students gain no grade 2 in any HL
subject
21-23 points
• Satisfactory CAS performance
• Meeting Extended Essay requirements and
deadlines to date:
• Meeting TOK requirements and deadlines to
date:
• Meeting IA requirements and deadlines to date:
• Results of completed Internal Assessments
• Teacher recommendations
Certificates
• No core requirements
• No SL/HL specific requirements
• Allows students to concentrate on subject
scores
• Certificate issued with subject scores
• University implications
– May be required to do foundation course
– May reduce range of options
– Less impact on US options
2012 results summary.
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Average points
World Average (approx)
2011 average points
Average grade
Highest points awarded
2011 highest points
Pass rate
World Average
30
29
30
4.91
42
40
88%
80%

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