MYP English Language Acquisition (Proficient)
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MYP English Language Acquisition (Proficient)

By Kevin Morley, Alexei Gafan
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Book Description

Developed directly with the IB to be fully integrated with the revised MYP Language Acquisition framework, for first teaching in 2020. This comprehensive, inquiry-based resource equips learners to acquire and practice essential language skills while developing wider conceptual and contextual awareness.



An inquiry-led, concept-based approach applies key and related concepts to relevant learning material, helping you fully deliver the MYP approach and build meaningful conceptual connections.



Fully comprehensive, the resource addresses all the topics suggested in the MYP Language Acquisition Framework to help learners progress confidently into the Diploma Programme.

Table of Contents
  • 1 Happiness and fulfillment
    • Inquiry 1: What creative skills have the writers used to discuss the topic “What makes teenagers happy?”
    • Focus on communication skills
    • Inquiry 2: What is the purpose of Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences?
    • Synthesis: Key and related concepts – Creativity and Purpose
    • Inquiry 3: How important is the theme of Happiness to teenagers?
    • Reflection: Listening skills and debatable questions
    • Summative assessments: Identities and relationships
    • Going beyond the chapter
  • 2 Migrations
    • Inquiry 1: What happens when you take children away from their own culture?
    • Focus on communication skills
    • Inquiry 2: What was the historical context for the children’s migration across Western Australia?
    • Synthesis: Key and related concepts – Culture and Context
    • Inquiry 3: Why do we feel empathy for the narrator of The House on Mango Street and people like her?
    • Reflection: Listening skills and debatable questions
    • Summative assessments: Orientation in time and space
    • Going beyond the chapter
  • 3 Bilingualism and multilingualism
    • Inquiry 1: Where and when do I communicate in my different languages?
    • Focus on communication skills
    • Inquiry 2: Do we use different idioms when we communicate in different languages?
    • Synthesis: Key and related concepts – Communication and Idioms
    • Inquiry 3: How can different voices communicate messages about learning English in different ways?
    • Reflection: Listening skills and debatable questions
    • Summative assessments: Personal and cultural expression
    • Going beyond the chapter
  • 4 Human rights
    • Inquiry 1: What are the connections between children’s rights and human rights?
    • Focus on communication skills
    • Inquiry 2: What stylistic choices can we make to communicate ideas about human rights?
    • Synthesis: Key and related concepts – Connections and Stylistic choices
    • Inquiry 3: How do well-organized arguments help us to persuade our audiences?
    • Reflection: Listening skills and debatable questions
    • Summative assessments: Fairness and development
    • Going beyond the chapter
  • 5 Life on Mars
    • Inquiry 1: What is the connection between space exploration and human creativity?
    • Inquiry 2: How does the point of view of the writer influence our ideas about space travel?
    • Focus on communication skills
    • Synthesis: Key and related concepts – Creativity and Point of view
    • Inquiry 3: How can we detect bias in a text?
    • Reflection: Listening skills and debatable questions
    • Summative assessments: Scientific and technical innovation
    • Going beyond the chapter
  • 6 Global citizenship
    • Inquiry 1: What is the culture of global citizenship?
    • Focus on communication skills
    • Inquiry 2: How can we make audiences aware of the topic of global citizenship?
    • Synthesis: Key and related concepts – Culture and Audience
    • Inquiry 3: How can inference improve our understanding of an intercultural text?
    • Reflection: Listening skills and debatable questions
    • Summative assessments: Globalization and sustainability
    • Going beyond the chapter
  • Index
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