This comprehensive and engaging text, developed in cooperation with the IB, follows the new curriculum for first assessment in 2022. With accessible, engaging lessons students will actively relate economics to real-world issues and the global economy. The international examples and case studies encourage students to analyse economics in terms of present-day challenges and concerns.
Complete coverage of the new IB DP Economics syllabus for first assessment in 2022
In-depth real-world case studies with higher order thinking skills to help students relate economic theory to practice
Key concepts are explained and flagged throughout to help students make connections for deeper understanding
Full section on assessment requirements, guidance and practice
Inquiry-based activities and tasks throughout with clear distinction between SL and HL
Clear links to TOK and ATL to help link economics to other subject areas and wider issues.
This edition of Pearson Baccalaureate Higher Level Mathematics is fully revised for the latest syllabus (first exam 2014). This comprehensive offering comprises a textbook covering the core material and the additional higher level material, and an e-book containing all the Options,plus a wealth of extension material, full worked solutions, and downloadable files of each chapter. This is the most complete solution available, providing every you may need as you study for the IB diploma in Mathematics at Higher Level.
Written by experienced IB teachers, examiners, and experts in mathematics and educational technology.
Online e-book containing all Options, interactive Autograph activities, full worked solutions, audio-visual GDC support, quizzes and thorough chapter summaries.
Clear explanations of key concepts and skills, accompanied by numinous worked examples.
Practice questions with answers from past examination papers to help you with exam preparation.
Helpful and skillful supports for the new IA Mathematical Exploration.
Fully integrated with regularly update online resources.
Envirnmental Systems and Socities for the IB diploma, Second edition, encourages students to grow their critical and reflective thinking skills and promotes the development of internationally minded thinkers.
This updated edition is written by Biology and Geography experts with extensive experience as teachers and authors. They ensure that speakers of English as a second language aresupported throughout with a focus on vocabulary and straightforward, engaging explanation of topics appropriate for standard level students.
Real-world case studies bring theory to life, motivate students to delve into current global issues and investigate their own environment, building on skills of data interpretation, analysis and evaluation.
Information Technology in a Global Society For The IB Diploma By Stuart Gray
is the first textbook written specifically for the new IB ITGS syllabus, covering IT systems, social impacts and ethical issues, and each area of application. The text provides engaging content that blends clear examples of technical concepts with consideration of social issues. Discussion points for extended independent learning and complete, modern examples are included to enhance teaching and understanding, and ensure students get the best possible experience from the ITGS course. A free sample chapter is available on the book’s web site, www.itgstextbook.com.Textbook features include:
Clear objectives for each chapter, tied directly to the ITGS syllabus, so you can be sure that all aspects of the course are being covered.
Course content is explained through clear and up to date examples, plus historical context.
Over 200 varied exercises, mixing ethical discussion points, classroom exercises, practical activities, and exam style questions to cover the syllabus content from a variety of assessment angles. Theory of Knowledge (TOK) links are included, enabling integration with the IB core hexagon.
Common mistakes and misconceptions are highlighted so students can avoid them.
Key language review for every chapter, plus a complete glossary of ITGS terminology.
Over 300 diagrams, photographs, and illustrations to bring topics alive.
Fully cited examples in every chapter mean students can extend their learning with wider readingan essential part of IB courses.
Free online support to extend learning with additional case studies, links, and activities (www.itgstextbook.com).
OSC has been supporting IB students and schools, through IBDP Spring Revision and Summer Schools, since 1990 and has helped tens of thousands of IB students prepare for their exams.
OSC IB Study & Revision Guides can be used throughout the IB Diploma Programme, but will be particularly useful in preparation for tests, mock and final exams. Written by experienced IB teachers. many of whom have taught on our trusted OSC Courses, this series has been developed from within the classroom. It is focused on enabling students to achieve their best grades with the support of first-class revision materials.
OSC IB Study & Revision Guides Provide:
Active revision and review to target the student’s effort
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The resource to help students do their best in the exam.
Mathematics SL Third edition Haese Mathematics for the international student Third Edition By Robert Haese,Sandra Haese, Michael Haese, Marjut Maenpaa, Mark Humphries
Mathematics for the International Student: Mathematics SL has been written to embrace the syllabus for the two-year Mathematics SL Course, first examined in 2014.
In this third edition, chapters are arranged to follow the same order as the chapters in our Mathematics HL (Core) third edition, making it easier for teachers who have combined classes of SL and HL students. Syllabus references are given at the beginning of each chapter. The new edition reflects the new Mathematics SL syllabus.
More lower level questions have been added at the start of the exercises, to make them more suitable for a range of ability levels. Discussion topics for the Theory of Knowledge have been included in this edition.
In response to the introduction of a calculator-free examination paper, a large number of questions have been added and categorised as ‘calculator’ or ‘non-calculator’. In particular, the final chapter contains over 160 examination-style questions to help students prepare for examinations.
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