Presentation on theme: "Year 11 IB parent meeting Course update. School organization Head of Year: Pak Ismail DP coordinator: Pak Todung/Ibu Popy CAS coordinator: Ibu Widy SSS:"— Presentation transcript:
Year 11 IB parent meeting Course update
School organization 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… School website: School portal: Facebook: Todung
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 The six subject groups
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: Award of the Diploma
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 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 11 points in HL subjects At least 8 points in SL subjects A total score of 28 points and above
7ExcellentA+ 6Very goodA 5GoodB 4SatisfactoryC 3MediocreD 2PoorE+ 1Very poorE What do the scores mean?
TOK Pak Arthur CAS Ibu Widy Extended Essay Course work Exams/Internal assessments Managing requirement – Study – Sport – CAS – Other activities – Social/family life Where are we up to?
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. 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 Progress to Year 12
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 points
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 Certificates
2012 results summary. Average points 30 World Average (approx) average points 30 Average grade4.91 Highest points awarded highest points 40 Pass rate88% World Average80%