Internal assessment in mathematics SL is an individual exploration. This is a piece of written work that involves investigating an area of mathematics. It is marked according to five assessment criteria.
The internally assessed component in this course is a mathematical exploration. This is a short report written by the student based on a topic chosen by him or her, and it should focus on the mathematics of that particular area. The emphasis is on mathematical communication (including formulae, diagrams, graphs and so on), with
accompanying commentary, good mathematical writing and thoughtful reflection. A student should develop his or her own focus, with the teacher providing feedback via, for example, discussion and interview. This will allow the students to develop area(s) of interest to them without a time constraint as in an examination, and allow all students to experience a feeling of success.
The final report should be approximately 6 to 12 pages long. It can be either word processed or handwritten.
Students should be able to explain all stages of their work in such a way that demonstrates clear understanding.
While there is no requirement that students present their work in class, it should be written in such a way that their peers would be able to follow it fairly easily. The report should include a detailed bibliography, and sources need to be referenced in line with the IB academic honesty policy. Direct quotes must be acknowledged
Students can choose from a wide variety of activities, for example, modelling, investigations and applications of mathematics. To assist teachers and students in the choice of a topic, a list of stimuli is available in the teacher support material. However, students are not restricted to this list.
The exploration should not normally exceed 12 pages, including diagrams and graphs, but excluding the
bibliography. However, it is the quality of the mathematical writing that is important, not the length.
Students can choose from a wide variety of activities, for example, modelling, investigations and applications of mathematics. To assist teachers and students in the choice of a topic, a list of stimuli is available in the teacher support material. However, students are not restricted to this list.
The exploration should not normally exceed 12 pages, including diagrams and graphs, but excluding the
bibliography. However, it is the quality of the mathematical writing that is important, not the length.
Students can choose from a wide variety of activities, for example, modelling, investigations and applications of mathematics. To assist teachers and students in the choice of a topic, a list of stimuli is available in the teacher support material. However, students are not restricted to this list.
The exploration should not normally exceed 12 pages, including diagrams and graphs, but excluding the
bibliography. However, it is the quality of the mathematical writing that is important, not the length.
I have decided to center my mathematical exploration around the topic of global warming. My aim is to discover whether the number of passengers on any flight determines the extent of its environmental impact using measures of CO2 output and fuel consumption. Moreover, I will also explore the relationship between global warming and CO2 emissions and fossil fuel consumption in a whole.
(I am willing to extend the deadline for however long u want but I just need a rough draft or even incomplete by tomorrow)
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