End of MYP English Language Information

I created this document to share with staff to give them background on the new DP students` English phase, level, class and report grade at the end of their time in the MYP.

Staff should record the students` levels on their register, and can use the information to help them plan their lessons.

To gain further information on the student phase and level, the teachers can refer to the MYP language Acquisition Global Proficiency Table Indicator and the Common European Framework of Reference for Language Indicator.

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Homework Weekly Planner

This weekly planner for students asks them to take the following into account when planing their homework each week:

  • Assessments / homework due this week.
  • Strategies put into place to help complete homework: (speak to teacher, use study hall, use buddy groups, use MMRC before / after school).
  • Non-homework responsibilities.
  • Time / place available to do homework.
  • Homework given / due date.
  • Homework I will do today (tick when completed).

I show this to students during our DP class and encourage their form teachers to check on each student`s organisation throughout the year.

This document is also shared with teachers, who are encouraged to check if students are filling their homework in and planning accordingly.

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After School Responsibilities

This document asks students to map out their after school responsibilities to help them plan when and where they can best do their homework.

It focuses on:

  • Time you got home.
  • Non-homework responsibilities / events.
  • Homework: : subject, time started, time finished, when you received the homework, when the homework is due, if the homework is linked to an assessment or not.
  • Free time: the start and finish times of your free time.
  • Time you went to bed.

I get students to fill this in for a week and then meet them to review what they have found in order to create a sustainable timetable that works for them.

I share this with the students` form tutors and subject teachers to give them an overview of the responsibilities each student has after school.

This document is also shared with parents during parent workshops. I advise parents to go through the findings with their child to work out best ways forward to help with their organisation.

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