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2018 IB Summer courses 2018 1 © I.Study Learning Center IB Mathematics Y12 Summer course class structure (For Both HL/SL) Description Lesson 1 Quadratic Equations The Discriminant of a Quadratic Quadratic Functions Finding a Quadratic from its graph Where functions meet Problem solving with Quadratic Quadratic Optimization Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Functions Relations and Functions Function Notation Domain and Range Composite Functions Sign Diagrams Rational Functions Inverse Functions Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Calculus 1 Differentiation Introduction to differential Calculus Limits at infinity The derivative function Rules of differentiation Lesson 6 Calculus 2 Integration The Area Under a Curve Anti-differentiation The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

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2018 IB Summer courses

2018

IB Mathematics Y12 Summer course class structure (For Both HL/SL)

• The Discriminant of a Quadratic • Quadratic Functions • Finding a Quadratic from its graph • Where functions meet • Problem solving with Quadratic • Quadratic Optimization

Lesson 2

Lesson 3 Functions

• Relations and Functions • Function Notation • Domain and Range • Composite Functions • Sign Diagrams • Rational Functions • Inverse Functions

Lesson 4

Lesson 5 Calculus 1 Differentiation

• Introduction to differential Calculus • Limits at infinity • The derivative function • Rules of differentiation

Lesson 6 Calculus 2 Integration

• The Area Under a Curve • Anti-differentiation • The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

2018 IB Summer courses

2018

Y13 Summer course class structure (For SL only)

Description Lesson 1 Calculus 1 Differentiation

• Introduction to differential Calculus • Limits at infinity • The derivative function • Advanced Rules of differentiation

(Exponential, Trigonometry, Logarithmic function) • Properties of Curves

(Stationary Point, Inflection Point, Increasing, Decreasing) • Kinematics

(Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration) • Optimization

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4 Calculus 2 Integration

• The Area Under a Curve • Anti-differentiation • The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus • Advanced Rules of Integration

(Exponential, Trigonometry, Logarithmic function) • Substitution Integration • Definite Integrals • Area between functions • Kinematics

(Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration) • Integrating Volume

Lesson 5

Lesson 6

2018 IB Summer courses

2018

IB Physics Y12 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Measurements and Uncertainties(I)

² Fundamental and derived SI units ² Scientific notation and metric multipliers ² Significant figures ² Orders of magnitude ² Estimation

Lesson 2 Measurements and Uncertainties(II) ² Fundamental and derived SI units ² Random and systematic errors ² Absolute, fractional and percentage uncertainties ² Error bars ² Uncertainty of gradient and intercepts

Lesson 3 Measurements and Uncertainties(III) ² Vector and scalar quantities ² Combination and resolution of vectors

Lesson 4 Mechanics(I) ² Speed, velocity and acceleration ² Equations of motion for uniform acceleration

Lesson 5 Mechanics(II) ² Graphs describing motion ² Projectile motion ² Terminal velocity

Lesson 6 Mechanics(III)

² Newton’s 1st law ² Newton’s 2nd law ² Newton’s 3rd law ² Normal force ² Friction

2018 IB Summer courses

2018

Y13 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Electricity and magnetism (I)

² The concept of charge ² Electrostatic force ² Colomb’s law ² Electric field strength

Lesson 2 Electricity and magnetism (II)

² Electric Potential ² Work Done against Electrostatic force ² Magnetic force ² Magnetic fields ² Right hand grid rule

Lesson 3 Circular motion and gravitation (Part One)

² Period, frequency, angular displacement and angular velocity ² Centripetal force ² Centripetal acceleration

Lesson 4

Lesson 5 Circular motion and gravitation (Part Two) ² Newton’s law of gravitation ² Gravitational field strength ² Application of the law of gravitation

Lesson 6

2018 IB Summer courses

2018

IB Chemistry Y12 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Introduction to particulate matter & the mole concept (1.1-1.2)

• Particulate nature of matter • Mixtures • Balancing equations • Molar mass & relative masses • Mole calculations

Lesson 2 The mole concept (continued) (1.2)

• More mole calculations • Empirical mass, molecular mass • Determining empirical mass from combustion data

Lesson 3 Reacting masses and volumes (1.3)

• Calculations involving moles and masses • Limiting reactant • Percent Yield

Lesson 4 Calculations involving volumes of gases (1.3)

• Definition of ideal gases • Avogadro's law • Molar volume • Gas Laws

Lesson 5 Calculations involving solutions (1.3)

• Concentrations • Solutions • Titrations

Lesson 6 Practice unit exam of stoichiometry (1.1-1.3)

• Exam to test understanding of stoichiometry • Final review

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2018

Y13 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Acids and bases (SL) (8.1-8.5)

• Theories of acids and bases (8.1) • Properties of acids and bases (8.2) • The pH scale (8.3) • Strong and weak acids and bases (8.4) • Acid deposition (8.5)

Lesson 2 Acids and bases (HL) (18.1-18.2)

• Lewis acids and bases (18.1) • Calculations involving acids and bases (18.2)

Lesson 3 Acids and bases (HL) (18.3)

• pH curves • Salt hydrolysis • Buffer solutions

Lesson 4 Redox processes (SL) (9.1)

• Oxidation and reduction • Half-equations • Activity series • Winkler method

Lesson 5 Redox processes (SL / HL) (9.2, 19.1)

• Electrochemical cells (9.2, 19.1) • Standard electrode potentials (19.1) • Cell potential and Gibbs Free Energy (19.1)

Lesson 6 Redox processes (HL)

• Electrolysis of aqueous solutions • Quantitative analysis • Review

2018 IB Summer courses

2018

IB Biology Y12 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Introduction to cells (1.1)

• Cell theory • Cell differentiation and the possibilities of stem cell therapy in

the future • Different types of stem cells and their respective totipotency

and pluripotency

Lesson 2 Ultrastructure of cells (1.2)

• Plant cells and animal cells structure and the introduction to different organelles and their respective functions

• Drawing of the ultrastructure of prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells

• Interpretation of electron micrographs and the identification of organelles

Lesson 3 Membrane structure (1.3)

• Introduction to phospholipid bilayers in water due to the amphipathic properties of phospholipid molecules

• Different types of membrane proteins • The importance of cholesterol in terms of fluidity maintenance • The discovery of phospholipid bilayer

Lesson 4 Membrane Transport (1.4)

• In depth discussion on membrane transport mechanisms like

diffusion, osmosis, active transport and facilitated diffulsion. • Introduction to exocytosis and endocytosis and the importance

of them Lesson 5 The origin of cells (1.5)

• The big discussion on whether cells come from pre-existing

cells or from non-living material? • Will look into evidences that support each theory and how

laboratory experiments proved it • Pasteur’s experiment

Lesson 6 Cell division (1.6)

• Different stages in mitosis and the introduction to cytokinesis • The importance of cyclins in terms of controlling the cell cycle • The role of mutagens, oncogenes and metastasis in cancer

development

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2018

Y13 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Digestion (6.1)

Structure of human digestive system and enzymes

Lesson 2 The Blood system (6.2) Anatomy of heart and the understanding of blood vessels

Lesson 3 Defense against infectious diseases (6.3) The defense against pathogens by physical barrier and the use of white blood cells

Lesson 4 The exchange system (6.4) Structure of the lungs and the adaptation of the exchange surfaces that facilitates gaseous exchange

Lesson 5 Neurons and synapses (6.5) Understanding of neurons and the action potential graphs

Lesson 6 Hormones (6.6) The human hormonal system in control of blood glucose level, appetite and the menstrual cycle

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2018

IB English Language/ Literature

Y12 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Course Description on Reading

Ø War literature

Ø How to tell a true war story by Tim O’ Brien Ø Reading comprehension Ø Thematic exploration Ø Vocabulary familiarisation Ø Literary analysis

Ø Selected poems from Wilfred Owen

Ø Reading comprehension Ø Thematic exploration Ø Vocabulary familiarisation Ø Literary analysis

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4 Course Description on Writing

Narrative writing Ø Freytag’s pyramid Ø Literary devices in writing short stories Ø Individual commentary

Transactional writing

Ø Literary commentary

Speaking Ø Mock IOC Ø Individual commentary

Lesson 5

Lesson 6

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2018

Y13 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Course Description on Reading

Existentialism and modernism

Ø Selected poems from Robert Herrick and Percy Shelley Ø Reading comprehension Ø Thematic exploration Ø Vocabulary familiarisation Ø Literary analysis

Ø The Death of Ivan Illyich by Leo Tolstoy

Ø Reading comprehension Ø Thematic exploration Ø Vocabulary familiarisation Ø Literary analysis

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4 Course Description on Writing

Narrative writing Ø Freytag’s pyramid Ø Literary devices in writing short stories Ø Individual commentary

Transactional writing

Ø Literary commentary

Lesson 5

Lesson 6

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2018

IB Chinese (HL / SL) Y12 and Y13 Summer course class structure

• 核心主题：交流与媒体、全球性问题、社会关系 • 找出中心句

Lesson 2 Reading阅读(ll) • 选修主题：文化多样性、风俗与传统、 健康、休闲、科技 • 找出重要词语

Lesson 3 Reading阅读(llI) • 中国内地日常用语 • 分析常犯错误

Lesson 4 Writing写作 (l) • 选修主题：健康 • 订立写作大纲 • 写作段落

Lesson 5 Writing 写作(ll)

• 选修主题：休闲 • 实用文格式

Lesson 6 Writing 写作(III) • 选修主题：科技 • 运用成语 • 回应题目关键字

2018 IB Summer courses

2018

IB Economics Y12 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Introduction to IB Microeconomics

• Discussion of Progression from IGCSE to IB • Demand and Supply • Elasticities • Government Intervention •

Lesson 2 Introduction to IB Macroeconomics

• Market Failure • Theory of the firm • Past Paper Exercise

Lesson 3 Introduction to IB Macroeconomics

• Aggregate Demand and Supply • Macroeconomic Objectives • Inflation • Economic Growth • Unemployment

Lesson 4 Introduction to IB Macroeconomics

• Keynesian and Neo-Classical • Long Run Short Run • Linking Macro-economic objectives • Past Papers

Lesson 5 International Economics

• International Trade • Exchange rates • Balance of Payments • Economic Development • Aid

Lesson 6 Review

• Paper 3 skills • Formulas and equations for Maths paper • Conclusion skills

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2018

Y13 Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 IB Macroeconomics

• Current Account • Distribution of Income

Lesson 2 IB Macroeconomics

• Inflation • Unemployment and its solutions

Lesson 3 International Economics

• Why do countries trade • Exchange rates • Free trade • Protectionism

Lesson 4 International Economics (2)

• Balance of Payments • Capital and Financial Account • Marshall Lerner Condition • J Curve

Lesson 5 Development Economics

• Economic Development • Aid • Developed/Developing Countries • Measuring development • Economic growth V Development

Lesson 6 Solutions to Development

• Paper 3 skills • Foreign Direct Investment

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2018

IB Psychology Summer course class structure

Description Lesson 1 Biological Level of Analysis Part 1

• Outl ine principles that define the Biological Level of

Analysis • Explain how principles that define the Biological

Level of Analysis may be demonstrated in research • Discuss ethical considerations related to research

studies at the biological level of analysis. • Explain one study related to localization of function in

the brain.

Lesson 2 Biological Level of Analysis Part 2

• Using one or more examples, explain the effects of neurotransmission on human behaviour.

• Using one or more examples, explain functions of two hormones in human behaviour.

• With reference to relevant to research studies, to what extent does genetic inheritance inf luence behaviour.

• Discuss ethical considerations in research into genetic inf luences on behaviour.

• Discuss the use of brain imaging technologies in investigating the relat ionships between biological factors and behaviour.

Lesson 3 Cognitive Level of Analysis Part 1

• Outl ine principles that define the cognit ive level of analysis.

• Explain how principles that define the cognit ive level of analysis may be demonstrated in research (that is, theories and/or studies).

• Discuss ethical considerations related to research studies at the cognit ive level of analysis.

• Evaluate one theory of how emotion may affect one cognit ive process.

Lesson 4 Cognitive Level of Analysis Part 2

• Evaluate schema theory with reference to research studies.

• Evaluate two models or theories of one cognit ive process with reference to research studies.

• Discuss Flashbulb Memories

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Lesson 5 Sociocultural Level of Analysis

• Outl ine principles that define the sociocultural level of analysis.

• Evaluate social identity theory, making reference to relevant studies.

• Explain the formation of stereotypes and their effect on behaviour.

• Evaluate research on conformity to group norms.

Lesson 6 Options Discussion on Brief Concepts

• Abnormal Psychology • Developmental Psychology • Health Psychology • Psychology of Human Relationships • Sports Psychology

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