Author: Jelena Aksentijevic

ess / 23.09.2021

An Overview The most important aspect of the environmental systems and societies course is hands-on work in the laboratory and/or out in the field. The syllabus not only directly requires the use of field techniques, but many components can only be covered effectively through this approach....

ess / 23.09.2021

The IB ESS guide is intended to guide the planning, teaching and assessment of the subject in schools. Subject teachers are the primary audience, although it is expected that teachers will use the guide to inform students and parents about the subject. This guide can...

ess / 23.09.2021

How is ESS assessed? ESS has two external exam papers and an internal assessment component. Paper 1 is a resource booklet containing one large case study accompanied by short answer questions. Paper 2 contains two sections and is the largest component in ESS, counting for 50% of...

ESS Ias / 25.06.2021

  The ESS IA topic could be chosen from many chapters of your syllabus, but can also be completely separate from it. The important thing is that the environmental issue you have chosen “makes sense” to your specific area. In other words, you should choose a...

ess / 21.06.2021

How to Define ESS? The Environmental Systems & Societies (ESS) course is an interdisciplinary course which is unique in that it contains various sciences, coupled with a societal viewpoint, all intertwined to help you understand the environment and its sustainability. This course is designed to combine...

ESS Ias / 25.05.2021

ESS IA is an important part of Environmental Systems and Societies course. It weights 25% of your grade and maximum points you can get is 30. There are several parts of ESS IA such as context (6), planning (6), results analysis and conclusion (6), discussion...

ESS Ias / 09.05.2021

ESS words -About the IA The most important aspect of the environmental systems and societies course is hands-on work in the laboratory and/or out in the field- the IA. The syllabus not only directly requires the use of field techniques, but many components can only be covered...

ESS Ias / 22.04.2021

The IB diploma is awarded to students who meet the subject requirements, receive a minimum score of 24 points, and satisfactorily complete the core components, including extended essay, theory of knowledge, and creativity, action, service. The highest total available for a Diploma Programme student is...