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Secondary academic information session

  1. 2. 2010 / 2011 Academic Year
  2. 3. Subjects Offered at Years 7-9 (per week) Each student will take two ½ year subjects per semester. The subjects are ICT, Music, Art and Chinese. Subject Period Allocation Time Allocation English 6 4 hours 30 minutes Mathematics 6 4 hours 30 minutes Science 6 4 hours 30 minutes Humanities 4 3 hours Vietnamese National Studies 2 1 hour 30 minutes Physical Education 3 2 hours 15 minutes ½ Year Subject One 4 3 hours ½ Year Subject Two 4 3 hours
  3. 4. Subjects Offered at Year 10 (per week) The options offered at Year 10 for 2010-2011 are: Geography, Art and Design, Chinese, Music, Physical Education and Economics. Subject Period Allocation Time Allocation English 6 4 hours 30 minutes Mathematics 6 4 hours 30 minutes Science 6 4 hours 30 minutes Option 1 6 4 hours 30 minutes Option 2 6 4 hours 30 minutes Option 3 6 4 hours 30 minutes
  4. 5. Subject Offered at Years 11-13 (per week) At Year 11 students will take a Mathematics option, an English option and a Science option. Year 11 IGCSE options for 2010-2011 are: English First Language, English as a Second Language, Extended or Core Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Economics and Art and Design. 2010-2011 AS options are: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, English, Art and Design and Business Studies. Subject Period Allocation Time Allocation Option 1 7 5 Hours 15 minutes Option 2 7 5 Hours 15 minutes Option 3 7 5 Hours 15 minutes Option 4 7 5 Hours 15 minutes Option 5 7 5 Hours 15 minutes
  5. 6. 2010 / 2011 Academic Year
  6. 7. Weekly Timetable
  7. 8. 2010 / 2011 Academic Year
  8. 9. The ACG International School, Vietnam course provides parents, students and teachers with up to date information about the School.
  9. 10. The Documents menu option will take you to a page where you can find important documents.
  10. 11. Here, you can view and download documents related to our educational programmes. The Secondary School Course Information document is a useful reference for parents and students.
  11. 12. Parents and students should check the academic entry requirements for each course.
  12. 13. 2010 / 2011 Academic Year
  13. 14. The ACG International School, Vietnam course provides parents, students and teachers with up to date information about the School.
  14. 15. By selecting the Textbooks menu option, you will be taken to a page that provides information about the textbooks and stationery that can be purchased from the ACG Shop.
  15. 16. Here, you can view the Textbook and Stationery Lists for each Year Level.
  16. 17. 2010 / 2011 Academic Year
  17. 18. AS Level Subjects <ul><li>AS Mathematics </li></ul><ul><li>AS English Language and Literature </li></ul><ul><li>AS Physics </li></ul><ul><li>AS Chemistry </li></ul><ul><li>AS Business Studies </li></ul><ul><li>AS Art and Design </li></ul>
  18. 19. CIE AS and A Levels <ul><li>The General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level), or International A Level, is the 'gold standard' of CIE qualifications. It is accepted as an entry qualification by universities worldwide. </li></ul><ul><li>International A Level examinations are usually taken after 13 years of education and are based on approximately 360 hours of guided learning, normally over a two-year period. International A Levels are highly specialised and a student will normally take three subjects, although occasionally exceptional students take four. </li></ul><ul><li>There are six passing grades (A* - E). Minimum matriculation requirements are at least two pass grades. University courses for which there is not strong demand might accept students with these grades, but typical university entrance requirements are closer to three passes at grade C for academic courses in established universities. Very popular courses will often require higher grades. For example, medical schools often require grades of AAB and the highly selective universities ask for at least AAB. </li></ul>
  19. 20. CIE AS and A Levels <ul><li>Cambridge International A Levels are taken throughout the world, sometimes as the national examinations of certain Commonwealth countries (such as Singapore and Mauritius), sometimes within international schools and sometimes in bilingual government schools alongside the national exams. </li></ul><ul><li>Good International A Level grades can be a key to admission for all the world's major anglophone universities. University course credit and advanced standing is often available in countries such as the USA and Canada, where entrance to university takes place after 12 years of education. Good grades in carefully chosen International A Level subjects can result in up to one full year of credit. </li></ul>
  20. 21. UPDATE AND TIMELINE 2010 / 2011
  21. 22. Application for Authorisation <ul><li>ACG International School Vietnam is a candidate school* for the Diploma Programme. This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that ACG believes is important for our students. </li></ul><ul><li>*Only schools authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) as IB World Schools can offer any of its three academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), or the Diploma Programme. Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. </li></ul><ul><li>For further information about the IBO and its programmes, visit http:// . </li></ul>
  22. 23. Timeline <ul><li>It is anticipated that the first group of candidates from ACG International School will commence the study of the IB Diploma Programme in August 2011. </li></ul>
  23. 26. UCAS The UCAS Tariff is the system for allocating points to qualifications used for entry to higher education. It allows students to use a range of different qualifications to help secure a place on an undergraduate course.
  24. 27. Example of Tariff Points International students will be required to achieve a higher rank score than domestic students. Subject Level Subject units Grade Tariff points Rank Score Biology AS 1 D 30 Nil* Chemistry A 2 B 100 100 English AS 1 C 40 40 Mathematics A 2 B 100 100 Physics AS 1 B 50 50 Rank 290