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A checklist and writing/ research frame for my MYP 4-5 students in their One World essays.

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    • One World Essay: Coversheet, Checklist and Research FramePaste this coversheet onto your completed One World submission as the front page. “Write an article that explores how Chemistry is (or can be) used to solve aProject brief specific problem in a local or global context.”Essay Title:This is (highlight): Draft submission Final Submission Word count:“I confirm that this work is my own work and is the finalversion. I have acknowledged each use of the words or ideas Type your name here.of another person, whether written, oral or visual.”Criterion A: One World Highlight the statements that best represent your workLevel Level descriptor 0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below. 1–2 The student states how science is applied and how it may be used to address a specific problem or issue in a local or global context. The student states the effectiveness of science and its application in solving the problem or issue. 3–4 The student describes how science is applied and how it may be used to address a specific problem or issue in a local or global context. The student describes the effectiveness of science and its application in solving the problem or issue. The student describes the implications of the use and application of science interacting with at least one of the following factors: moral, ethical, social, economic, political, cultural and environmental. 5–6 The student explains how science is applied and how it may be used to address a specific problem or issue in a local or global context. The student discusses the effectiveness of science and its application in solving the problem or issue. The student discusses and evaluates the implications of the use and application of science interacting with at least two of the following factors: moral, ethical, social, economic, political, cultural and environmental.Criterion B: Communication in ScienceHighlight the statements that best represent your workLevel Level descriptor 0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below. 1–2 The student uses a limited range of scientific language correctly. The student communicates scientific information with limited effectiveness. When appropriate to the task, the student makes little attempt to document sources of information. 3–4 The student uses some scientific language correctly. The student communicates scientific information with some effectiveness. When appropriate to the task, the student partially documents sources of information. 5–6 The student uses sufficient scientific language correctly. The student communicates scientific information effectively. When appropriate to the task, the student fully documents sources of information correctly. http://i-biology.net
    • One World Essay: Coversheet, Checklist and Research FrameThis checklist will help you make sure that you have covered all you need to for the Level 5-6 band.1. Define the problem.  Identify a problem.  Who is affected? Where? How?  Suggest what might happen  Describeclearly the specific context  Describe the magnitude of the without an effective solution to the of the problem. problem, with evidence. problem in this context.2. Propose a solution.  Identify which (potential) solutions  Identify one (or two) science-based  Explain why you have chosen that/ currently exist for the problem. solutions to be the focus of your those solution(s) to write about in work. this context.  State a clear research question/ purpose for the essay, which you will refer back to in the conclusion.3. Explain the sciencebehind how the solution works.  Explain how features of the  Explain the science behind any  Only use images if you refer to solution relate directly to the aspects of the solution that need them in the text. Caption them and problem in this context. to be clarified for your audience. cite the sources appropriately.4. Discuss the (potential) effectiveness of the solution to the problem in this context.  Identify and explain factors that  Identify and explain factors that  Discuss (potential) limitations of may contribute to the success of may work against the solution the solution in this context. What the solution. being effective. factors might work against its success and why?5. Discuss and evaluate the implications and use of the solution with one ‘One World’ issue.  Environmental / moral / ethical /  Identify stakeholders in that  Discuss any potential positive social (health) / political / cultural / context. impacts of the solution on that One economical.  Outline how they might be World issue.  Explain why you chose that One affected by the implementation of  Discuss any potential negative World issue in the context of this the solution. impacts of the solution on that One problem and solution. World issue.6. Discuss and evaluate the implications and use of the solution with another ‘One World’ issue.  Environmental / moral / ethical /  Identify stakeholders in that  Discuss any potential positive social (health) / political / cultural / context. impacts of the solution on that One economical.  Outline how they might be World issue.  Explain why you chose that One affected by the implementation of  Discuss any potential negative World issue in the context of this the solution. impacts of the solution on that One problem and solution. World issue.7. Conclusion  Relate the essay back to your  Summarise the evidence for/  Conclude on whether the solution original research question. against your proposed solution on is viable in this context, with the problem in this context. justification. ……….o0O0o……….8. Self-assess and submit  Check you have provided citations/  Line-spaced between paragraphs  Check for formatting errors evidence for all claims made.  Clear black font, 12 point, 1.5 &quality of presentation.  Update and format the references spacing  Complete the front page, including section (remove unused sources).  Highlight the assessment ‘signature’.  Check figure captions and citations. statements in the rubrics which  Submit to Turnitin.com.  Consistent in-text citations. best reflect your work. http://i-biology.net
    • One World Essay: Coversheet, Checklist and Research Frame Use this frame to guide your research and planning. This could be printed and blown up to A3 for clarity. 1. Define the problemWhat? Where? Who? How? Why?Magnitude – how big is the problem? Consequences if there is no solution? Sources 2. Propose a solutionPotential science-based solutions Clearly defined research question/ purpose for the essay.Your choice of solution(s) & reasons for your choice(s) Sources 3. Explain the science behind the proposed solutionHow does it work? Concepts that need to explained/ clarified for the audience. How will you do this?How does this relate to the specific problem/ context? Sources 4. Discuss the potential effectiveness of the proposed solution(s) to the problem in this context.Factors contributing to success Reasons for each Potential barriers to success Reasons for eachHow effective is the solution (likely to be) in this context? Sources http://i-biology.net
    • One World Essay: Coversheet, Checklist and Research Frame 5. Discuss and evaluate the implications and use of the solution with one ‘One World’ issue.Circle: Environmental Economical Social/ Health Moral Ethical Political CulturalWho are the stakeholders? How are they likely to be affected?How does this proposed solution relate to this One World issue? Sources 6. Discuss and evaluate the implications and use of the solution with another ‘One World’ issue.Circle: Environmental Economical Social/ Health Moral Ethical Political CulturalWho are the stakeholders? How are they likely to be affected?How does this proposed solution relate to this One World issue? Sources 7. ConclusionRestate the RQ/ purpose of the essay:Summary arguments for the proposed solution Summary arguments against the proposed solutionConclusion: Is the proposed solution likely to have a positive Sourcesimpact on the problem in this context? Why? http://i-biology.net