MYP4 Criterion D (Reflecting on the impacts of diet plans)

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Green Land
International School
Ecole Internationale
du Pré Vert
‫مدرســة األرض المخضـرة الدولية‬
Date : .......................................
Name : ............................................................................................. Class : MYP 4
References: https://www.medicaldaily.com/how-eat-nutritionist-breakfast-bed-2-nutritionists-sharetheir-diets-workouts-and-336778
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/5847.php
Task # U2T3
Unit: Be your own nutritionist
Key Concept: Change
Global context: Scientific and technical innovations
Statement of Inquiry: Changes in nutritional habits towards a balanced diet helps in efficient functioning of
human beings. Diet plans as a scientific innovation have certain consequences that need further studying.
Assessment Criteria : D
Strand (s) : All
ATL:

Time:
information literacy skills:
- Understand and implement
intellectual property rights
Create references and
citations , construct a
bibliography according to the
APA conventions
2 hours
Pre- requisites: Bio-molecules
Mode: individual
Due date: Thursday 6 December
2018
Reflecting on the impacts of diet plans
Science has a role to play in innovating new techniques for addressing
people’s needs for different diet plans for purposes like losing weight,
gaining weight, lowering cholesterol, living a long and healthful life,
and many other reasons. However, some of those diet plans are still
being tested and developed. Would it be justified to use diet plans,
being one of those innovative techniques?
You are the head of an international organization and will write a
900-1100-words essay where you will explain this issue as well as the
role science is playing at addressing this issue. You will also need to
discuss and evaluate the implications of the use of different diet plans
and their application to tackle this issue we are facing. In order to
reach the highest-level descriptors, you also need to apply
communication modes effectively and completely document the work
of others using the APA convention. (Refer to your APA citation guide
NOT TO citation machines)
GPIS-Teaching-TT-Sept.2011
Process Owner: IB Coordinator
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Criterion D: Reflecting on the impacts of science
Achievement
level
0
1-2
Level descriptor
The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below
i. state the ways in which science is used to address a specific problem or issue
ii. state the implications of the use of science to solve a specific problem or issue, interacting with
a factor
iii. apply scientific language to communicate understanding but does so with limited success
3-4
iv. document sources, with limited success
i. outline the ways in which science is used to address a specific problem or issue
ii. outline the implications of using science to solve a specific problem or issue, interacting with a
factor
iii. sometimes apply scientific language to communicate understanding
iv. sometimes document sources correctly.
5-6
i. summarize the ways in which science is applied and used to address a specific problem or
issue
ii. describe the implications of using science and its application to solve a specific problem or
issue, interacting with a factor
iii. usually apply scientific language to communicate understanding clearly and precisely
iv. usually document sources correctly.
7-8
i. describe the ways in which science is applied and used to address a specific problem or issue
ii. discuss and analyse the implications of using science and its application to solve a specific
problem or issue, interacting with a factor
iii. consistently apply scientific language to communicate understanding clearly and precisely
iv. document sources completely.
Ref.no.: ED/03/04h
Issue Date: January 2018
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Process Owner: IB Coordinator
Date of Use: / /
Factors:

Cultural: Patterns of knowledge, behaviour, beliefs, shared attitudes, values, goals and practic
es that characterize groups of people

Economic: Production, distribution, and use of income, wealth, and commodities

Environmental: Circumstances, objects, or conditions by which one is surrounded

Ethical: Process of rational inquiry to decide on issues as right or wrong, as applied to the peo
ple and their actions

Moral: Principles of right or wrong behaviour derived from a particular society

Political: Relates to government or public affairs

Social: Interactions between groups of people involving issues such as welfare, safety, rights,
justice or class
Ref.no.: ED/03/04h
Issue Date: January 2018
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Process Owner: IB Coordinator
Date of Use: / /
Checklist
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Item
Cover page: Name, class, campus, task title and word count.
Font size: 12 , Font: Ariel or times new Roman
Presentation: divided paragraphs, indents, titles
Components : introduction, body, conclusion
Referencing: In-text citation and References list
I’ve made sure that all criterion D strands are evident in my
presented task.
I checked the authenticity of my work using www.paperrater.com
and submitted the receipt.
I submitted a soft copy to [email protected]
I uploaded a soft copy to the task Dropbox on Managebac
Ref.no.: ED/03/04h
Issue Date: January 2018
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Process Owner: IB Coordinator
Date of Use: / /
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