World Literature Coursework Ib

For my year group, we sat our exams this year, I know that one was a mobile advert being compared to a poem, I think their mock might have been an article on monkeys being compared to a poem on thunderstorms.That's an just example of what you can get, honestly judging by my friends experiences I'm very happy I didn't do lang lit, mainly because paper 1 tends to be quite horrible.While the ultimate goal of this course is preparation to pass each of the IBO required assessments and to receive an IB Diploma at the end of the two years, please know that if you actively engage yourself in the coursework, you will have taken a giant step towards college preparation while also growing in your understanding of how to be a positive citizen of the world.

(probably the only IB class I wasn't disinterested in by the end of my diploma course) Attached below is a comparison image of the contents of the two courses. Can anyone tell me the differences between the courses, examples of what either course involves, and what you personally think is the better option? I took IB English A Literature as a part of my IB diploma.

If I had to choose, I think I would still choose lit mostly because I enjoy the comparative and literary analysis aspects of the course.

When comparing the final exam they're similar on the paper 2 (I think), the 3 or 2 texts that were chosen will be used (i.e quotations) in an attempt to answer 1 of 3 questions you can choose from. However, paper 1 is very different and why everyone I knew hated lang lit.

For lit in paper 1, you chose between a prose piece or poetry piece, and wrote a commentary. In lang lit, you have 2 optional choices as well, however both are comparisons.

To give yourself the best opportunity to achieve this goal, you need to be rigorous in your preparation, an attentive and engaged reader, and capable of providing critical literary analysis in both written and oral formats.

You’ll probably need some luck along the way to reach that seven, but the following guide offers some valuable advice. I'll be doing IB English A next year and I've currently chosen to do language and literature but I'm still unsure about my decision. I'll be doing IB English A next year and I've currently chosen to do language and literature but I'm still unsure about my decision.Can anyone tell me the differences between the courses, examples of what either course involves, and what you personally think is the better option? Can anyone tell me the differences between the courses, examples of what either course involves, and what you personally think is the better option? I took IB English A Literature as a part of my IB diploma.Some assessments will be graded internally (by your instructor) and others will be graded externally (by the IBO).These specifications are mandated by the IBO and will be discussed at length throughout the course.(fiction) Lang and Lit is different in the fact that half of the course is grounded in more real world related texts, like political propaganda, lyrics etc... (non-fiction and fiction) I personally think that both could be interesting because I didn't have a choice (My school only offers lit).If I had to choose, I think I would still choose lit mostly because I enjoy the comparative and literary analysis aspects of the course. I'll be doing IB English A next year and I've currently chosen to do language and literature but I'm still unsure about my decision.The IB World Literature course is a rigorous two-year college program designed for students who are independently motivated towards intense literary analysis and cultural understanding.Challenging readings, compositions, and discussions will form the crux of our time together and major assessments will consist of oral presentations and extended formal literary analysis essays.(probably the only IB class I wasn't disinterested in by the end of my diploma course) Attached below is a comparison image of the contents of the two courses. I definitely agree with wolfmoon88 in the lit class being perceived as the harder of the two, however from my own experience I'm very grateful I took lit over lang lit.My school offered both and a lot of my friends did lang lit because of the perception that it's easier, honestly they all regretted taking lang lit, on the basis they had to do 2 more presentations in class and their final exam is ridiculous.

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