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Paperback 208 pp.
b/w illustrations, 210 mm x 297 mm



Publication date:
December 2016

Imprint: Oxford University Press

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Environmental Systems and Societies Skills and Practice: Oxford IB Diploma Programme

Jill Rutherford and Gillian Williams

Series : IB Diploma

Equip your learners with the skills central to success. Enabling you to build, extend and perfect the skills crucial to achievement, this text strengthens performance in all areas of assessment. With a focus on practical work that accessibly connects material to real, global issues, it develops a thorough foundation of skills that drive performance.

Readership : IB Diploma ESS students (ages 16-18)

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Jill Rutherford is the Academic Director and founder of Ibicus International, one of the IBAEM regions leading training organizations. She has extensive experience teaching and consulting on IB Environmental Systems and Societies. Jill co-authored our TOK Skills and Practice book as well as the ESS course book. Gillian Williams is Education Durector at Utahloy International School in Zengcheng, China. She has experience of teaching and examining IB ESS, TOK and Geogrpahy, and has been invoved in curriculum review for both ESS and TOK. Prior to her move to China, Gillian taught in Jordan, Tanzania, and Malaysia. Gillian co-authored the ESS course book with Jill.

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Special Features

  • Refine and progress the skills central to assessment success.
  • Deconstruct the Internal Assessment and build the knowledge and skills key to achievement.
  • Navigate and understand the practical scheme of work.
  • Equip learners with key skills needed for higher education.
  • Accessibly engage students with practical work they can relate to the world around them.
  • Focused support for the written exam, including strategies from subject specialists build exam confidence.
  • Matched to the most recent syllabus for first assessment 2017.