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Uncategorized / 21.11.2020

Surveys Survey research involves the collection of information from a sample of individuals through their responses to questions. It is an efficient method for systematically collecting data from a broad spectrum of individuals and educational settings. Examples of surveys: Ecological footprint calculations, Carbon footprint calculations, EVS, Food waste calculations etc. Secondary Data...

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Topic 1- Environmental value system An ecocentric viewpoint integrates social, spiritual and environmental dimensions into a holistic ideal. It puts ecology and nature as central to humanity and emphasizes a less materialistic approach to life with greater self-sufficiency of societies. An ecocentric viewpoint prioritizes biorights, emphasizes...

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  Topic 1- Environmental value system 1.1. An EVS is a worldview or paradigm that shapes the way an individual, or group of people, perceives and evaluates environmental issues, influenced by cultural, religious, economic and socio-political contexts. • Explain what an environmental value system is and the fact...

Uncategorized / 05.12.2019

• Section B (40 marks) requires students to answer two structured essay questions from a choice of four. Each question is worth 20 marks. • The final part of each essay in section B (9 marks) will be marked using markbands. • There is 1 additional mark...

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• IB ESS Paper 1 is based on a Case study. • Students are provided with a resource booklet which contains a Case study. All data is contained here together with pictures, maps and diagrams. • Questions are based on the evaluation and analysis of the data...

Uncategorized / 21.11.2019

During the ESS IB course, you have a range of ESS IA topics. Examples of the ESS IA topics and Research questions are listed below: • To what extent does washing the dishes in the sink affect water footprint? • To what extent is there a gap between...