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Global Issues: MYP Project Organizer 2: IB Middle Years Programme

Uniquely developed by Oxford and the IB to support interdisciplinary learning.

Series Editor: Barclay Lelievre and Author: Mike East

Suitable for:  IB Middle Years Programme in their second year.

Price:  £17.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-918080-6
Publication date: 15/10/2009
Paperback: 80 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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A set of five, write-in interdisciplinary Project Organizers - one for each year of the MYP.


  • contains six units, each with a different theme drawn from the UN Millennium Development Goals and structured around a unit question
  • brings together two or three different subjects in each unit, to structure and facilitate interdisciplinary study
  • provides information on subject interim objectives and the areas of interaction at the start of each unit
  • once completed, forms a valuable record of achievement for the year.

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  • Global Issues is really helpful for interdisciplinary planning, helping teachers see links between subjects and understand how what another teacher is doing relates to their own lessons. It is excellent for framing learning in a context. - Cameron Hall, I-Shou International School, Taiwan
  • Congratulations on publishing Global Issues! This is an excellent resource for the MYP student. I really look forward to using it! - Grainne O'Reilly, Headmistress, International School of Texas
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Table of Contents

1: Poverty and hunger - Mathematics and Technology
2: Conflict and peace - Humanities, Language A and Music
3: Education for all - Humanities, Language A and Language B
4: Health and disease - Sciences and Physical Education
5: Global trade and development - Mathematics and Arts
6: Environmental sustainability - Science and Humanities