Language ab initio guide Updated for first exams 2015

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Language ab initio guide
Updated for first exams 2015
Language ab initio guide
Updated for first exams 2015
Diploma Programme
Language ab initio guide
Published March 2011
Updated August 2013
Updated August 2014
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Introduction
Purpose of this document
This publication is intended to guide the planning, teaching and assessment of the subject in schools.
Subject teachers are the primary audience, although it is expected that teachers will use the guide to inform
students and parents about the subject.
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Introduction
The Diploma Programme
The Diploma Programme is a rigorous pre-university course of study designed for students in the 16 to 19
age range. It is a broad-based two-year course that aims to encourage students to be knowledgeable and
inquiring, but also caring and compassionate. There is a strong emphasis on encouraging students to
develop intercultural understanding, open-mindedness, and the attitudes necessary for them to respect and
evaluate a range of points of view.
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