The Extended Essay and the NIS Senior Project

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The Extended Essay and the NIS High School Diploma Senior Essay

 

Minza Snyder

 Contact: minzasnyder@nanjing-school.com

 

What is the Extended Essay?

The extended essay is an in-depth study of a focused topic chosen from the list of approved Diploma Programme subjects—normally one of the student’s six chosen subjects for the IB diploma.

It is intended to promote high-level research and writing skills, intellectual discovery and creativity. It provides students with an opportunity to engage in personal research in a topic of their own choice, under the guidance of a supervisor (a teacher in the school). This leads to a major piece of formally presented, structured writing, in which ideas and findings are communicated in a reasoned and coherent manner, appropriate to the subject chosen.

What is the NIS High School Diploma Senior Essay?

This is an option open to all non-IB Diploma students at NIS.

The Senior Essay requirement for the NIS High School diploma is the completion of an assignment that meets the criteria set out below (see Senior Essay and Project – Further Information). This task can be completed as either as a 2,000 word essay, or a project. The minimum grade required in order to pass the Senior Essay for the High School Diploma is a D.

 

Class of 2019

Introduction to Extended Essay and Senior Project – Class of 2019

EE Guide

Time frame for EE and Senior Project – Class of 2019

Formal Reflection Requirements and Due Dates

Senior Essay and Project – Further Information

 

Criteria for Extended Essay and Senior Project Semester Grades – Class of 2019

Geography and Business Management

History

Languages A (Literature; Language and Literature)

Language Acquisition (Language B)

Maths

Music

Sciences (Biology / Chemistry / Physics)

Senior Project

Theatre Studies

Visual Arts

World Studies

 

NIS Students and Parents:

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