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Biology

GROUP 4

SCIENCES

BIOLOGY

Through studying biology, students should become aware of how scientists work and communicate with each other.

A Biology students‘ approach to study should be characterized by the specific IB learner profile attributes. Inquirers, Thinkers and communicators.
The biology course is organized by topics –SL students study six topics and HL students study a further five, with some of these taking the first six topics to greater depth. In addition to this, both SL and HL students study two out of a choice of seven (at SL) or five (at HL) option topics. There are four basic biological concepts that run throughout.

While the skills and activities related to biology are common to both SL and HL students, students at HL are required to study some topics in greater depth, to study additional topics and to study extension material of a more demanding nature in the common options. The distinction between SL and HL is one of breadth and depth.

               BIOLOGY HL / SL

The body of knowledge known as biology is growing at an immeasurable rate.

Fortunately, scientists are also able to organize these many facts around several core concepts. In IB Biology, students will learn to be the scientist in exploring the interrelationships between these core concepts using a variety of methods like having a heavy emphasis on student investigation and inquiry skills, research, analysis, and application.

Curricular Objectives

To develop a critical awareness of the need for, and the value of, effective collaboration and communication during scientific activities.

To apply and use a body of knowledge, methods and techniques that characterizes science and technology.

To develop an experimental and investigating scientific skills including the use of current technologies.

To appreciate scientific study and creativity within a global context through stimulating and challenging opportunities.

To develop the inquiring ability of students.

To help the students in their ability to communicate their ideas effectively.

Learning outcome

Students should be able to develop and apply 21 century communication skills in the study of science.

They should develop an understanding of the relationship between scientific.

They should develop an understanding of the relationship between scientific disciplines and their influences on other areas of knowledge.

 

Teaching Methodology

 

Students are explorers in the field of science, they become inquisitive and lifelong learners as they are exposed to enquiry based learning. Outdoor classroom enhances the students' knowledge which also helps them to have a variation in learning methods.

Practical laboratory is the heart of science subjects which will give the students a hands on experience of what they learn in classroom, making their learning experience even more fun and making them strong in the subject.

 

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