IB English B

Paperback | September 13, 2012

byKawther Saad Aldin, Tiia Tempakka, Jeehan Abu Awad

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The only DP English B resource developed with the IB.Written a team of experienced English B teachers, this text is used by hundreds of teachers worldwide. With the most comprehensive mapping to the most recent syllabus and assessment support directly from the IB, you can trust it to support confident development of the four language skills whileprogressing exam potential.

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The only DP English B resource developed with the IB.Written a team of experienced English B teachers, this text is used by hundreds of teachers worldwide. With the most comprehensive mapping to the most recent syllabus and assessment support directly from the IB, you can trust it to support confident development of the four language s...

Kawther Saa'd Aldin, Tiia Tempakka, Jeehan Abu Awad and Kevin Morley are well-respected in their field.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.68 inPublished:September 13, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199129681

ISBN - 13:9780199129683

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Table of Contents

1. 1.1: Linguistic dominance1.2: Language and cultural identity1.3: Self-identity1.4: Uniforms2. 2.1: Advertising2.2: Radio and television2.3: Advertising effects2.4: Mental health2.5: Eating disorders2.6: Subcultures3. 3.1: Global warming and science3.2: Energy conservation3.3: Computers3.4: Mobile phones3.5: Weapons3.6: International youth festivals3.7: Book festivals4. Literature5. 5.1: Population diversity5.2: Interlinguistic influence5.3: Multilingual identity5.4: Cultural identity5.5: Language and cultural identity5.6: Education and minorities5.7: Prejudice5.8: Racism5.9: Prejudice, discrimination and racism6. 6.1: Tattooing: A tradition6.2: Workplace dress codes and tattooing6.3: Media and violence6.4: Censorship6.5: Media vs. violence6.6: Homeschooling and social relationships7. 7.1: Traditional medicine7.2: Alternative medicine7.3: Substance abuse7.4: Drug abuse7.5: Education7.6: Effects of alcoholism on social relationships8. Literature9. 9.1: Travel and recreation9.2: Recreation dangers9.3: Responsible travelling9.4: Impact of man on nature9.5: Environmental awareness9.6: Social networking10. 10.1: Renewable energy10.2: Ethics and science10.3: Scientific research10.4: Telephone10.5: Advertising10.6: The internet11. The written assignment12. Exam Practice 1, 2 and 313. Extended Essay

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"I've got to say that it is really amazing. It's full of good activities and the reading texts are really appealing." --Juan Manuel, English Teacher, Deutsche Schule Sankt Thomas Morus, Chile