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IB MYP Science Resources + Some IB MYP Geography Resources

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IB MYP Science Summative Assessment - Cells, Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems/Body Organization
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IB MYP Science Summative Assessment - Cells, Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems/Body Organization

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This is a summative assessment that may also be used as a formative assessment, specifically based on Criterion A - Knowing and understanding. It consists of all task-specific clarifications and carries 15 maximum points/marks which can be easily converted to the MYP Levels 1 - 7/8 using the rubric given in the assessment. It mimics the eAssessment format by highlighting command terms in bold and bringing in the global context of “Scientific technical and innovation”.
IB MYP Science Summative Assessment - Systems, Systems, Everywhere!
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IB MYP Science Summative Assessment - Systems, Systems, Everywhere!

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This is a summative assessment that may also be used as a formative assessment, specifically based on Criterion A - Knowing and understanding. It consists of all task-specific clarifications and carries 30 maximum points/marks which can be easily converted to the MYP Levels 1 - 7/8 using the rubric given in the assessment. It mimics the eAssessment format by highlighting command terms in bold and bringing in the global context of “Scientific technical and innovation”. The body systems assessed through this assessment are: Circulatory System Excretory System Breathing System/Respiratory System
IB MYP Unit Planner (MYP I) - Systems, Systems, Everywhere!
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IB MYP Unit Planner (MYP I) - Systems, Systems, Everywhere!

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This is a very detailed complete Unit Planner called, “Systems, Systems, Everywhere!” It focuses on all the major human body systems. Summative/Formative Assessments mentioned in the Unit Planner may be bought separately from My Shop, as well, to save you from hassle-free unit planning that would last you at least 20 teaching hours or even more (including any essential Laboratory Sessions in case of physical in-class teaching).