Inquiry Based Learning in IEP

Inquiry-based learning is the hallmark of the IB programmes and the IEP is no exception, following a student-led and student-centred approach to teaching and learning.
This term, we have been focusing on procedural texts and instructions and what better way to put our knowledge into action than with a hands-on lesson where students were charged with not only writing instructions but following them!
In pairs, students wrote how to make a jam sandwich and then read their instructions to their partner, who had to follow the instructions exactly… with some very funny results.
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Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

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