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International Baccalaureate Catalogue 2016


International Baccalaureate

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Contents Group 1

Magic Spanish Verb Cards

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Physics 19

Deutsch im Einsatz

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Biology Exam Preparation Guide

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Gut lesen, besser schreiben

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Chemistry Exam Preparation Guide

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Lesen, improvisieren, erzählen

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Physics Exam Preparation Guide

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Group 2

Aspekte deutscher Gegenwart

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English B

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Magic German Verb Cards

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NEW! Panorama francophone 1 & 2

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Group 3

English Language and Literature

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English Literature

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NEW! Panorama hispanohablante 1 & 2

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NEW! History: Papers 1 and 2

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Le monde en français

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History: Paper 3

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Bien lire, bien écrire

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Geography: Patterns and Change

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Lire, imaginer, composer

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Geography: Global Interactions

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Facettes de la France contemporaine 11 Magic French Verb Cards

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En avant avec les temps

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Mañana 12

Economics 16 NEW! Environmental Systems and Societies 17 Business Management

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Group 5 Mathematics Standard Level

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Mathematics Higher Level

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Mathematics Higher Level: Option Topics

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Mathematical Studies

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Core Theory of Knowledge

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Decoding Theory of Knowledge

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NEW! Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) – An essential guide for students 25

Lectura y escritura avanzadas

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Group 4

Leer, especular, comunicar

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Biology 19

Introducing the IB Diploma Programme 26

Aspectos del mundo hispano

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Chemistry 19

Contact Your Local Agent

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For the IB Diploma‌

The Tools to Fuel the Independent Thinker In accordance with the IB Diploma’s mission, our resources aim to encourage learners to explore concepts, ideas and topics that have local and global significance; help students to develop a positive attitude to learning in preparation for higher education; and assist students in approaching complex questions, applying critical thinking skills and forming reasoned answers.

Our Authors Our focus on up-to-date resources for the IB Diploma draws on an unparalleled level of expertise. Not only are all our authors highly experienced IB Diploma teachers, but in order to ensure a genuine breadth of international experience and understanding we also work closely with reviewer panels to guide us on key decisions and shape our resources to best suit your needs.

New Resources for CAS and Modern Foreign Languages In 2015 we were pleased to add new resources for French, Spanish and German, as well as Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS). CAS is one of the three essential elements that every student must complete as part of the Diploma Programme.

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Our IB Diploma resources from Cambridge GROUP 1

GROUP 2

GROUP 3

GROUP 4

GROUP 5

Studies in Language and Literature

Language Acquisition

Individuals and Societies

Experimental Sciences

Mathematics and Computer Science

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International IB DIPLOMA Baccalaureate GROUP 1 | STUDIES IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

English Language and Literature for the IB Diploma

English Literature for the IB Diploma

Brad Philpot

David James and Nic Amy

•  A best-selling guide for Standard and Higher Level students of Language A: Language and Literature for the IB Diploma.

•  A well-structured, in-depth guide to studying Language A: English Literature for the IB Diploma.

Covers key concepts in language and literature studies in a •  lively and engaging way suited to IB Diploma students.

Activities help students to strengthen key skills including •  reading, thinking, discussion, writing and how to present ideas.

•  Structured activities help to develop and build study skills in language and literature.

•  Annotated texts highlight key features and author techniques.

•  Discussion points encourage further exploration of ideas. English Language and Literature

978-1-107-40034-4

•  Timed essay boxes provide excellent preparation for writing under exam conditions. •  Higher Level Extension activities provide differentiated material for HL students. English Literature

978-1-107-40223-2

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English B for the IB Diploma Brad Philpot •  Suitable for Standard and Higher Level students. •  Written by an experienced IB author, workshop leader and teacher trainer. A complete, practical and accessible guide to the English B •  syllabus (from 2011) for the IB Diploma. •  Contains activities and authentic texts that develop the target skills including reading, comprehension, speaking and writing. •  Integrated study ideas for IB central core, featuring LP (Learner Profile), CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service), TOK (Theory of Knowledge) and EE (Extended Essay). •  Improves students’ intercultural awareness and understanding of global issues. •  Materials for exam preparation, and information and guidance on assessment.

English B

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Panorama francophone 1 & 2 Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie, Geneviève Talon and Irène Hawkes • T  wo stages specifically designed to guide students through the ab initio French course for the International Baccalaureate programme (2013 syllabus). • Contain material especially designed to engage older teenage learners. • Completely  international with strong emphasis on developing intercultural awareness and understanding of French as a world language. •  Cover key IB texts, themes and all elements of the examination, with TOK and CAS fully integrated into the learning. •  Created by a team of experienced authors of French resources in collaboration with IB ab initio French examiners. • Encourage practising French in context through stimulating activities covering all aspects of language acquisition: listening (Book 1 only), speaking, reading and writing.

NEW

Panorama francophone 1 Livre de l’élève Panorama francophone 1 Cahier d’exercices (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama francophone 1 Livre du professeur

978-0-956-54318-9 978-0-992-70562-6

Panorama francophone 2 Livre de l’élève Panorama francophone 2 Cahier d’exercices (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama francophone 2 Livre du professeur

978-1-107-57267-6 978-1-107-57269-0

978-0-957-60120-8

978-1-107-57705-3

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Panorama hispanohablante 1 & 2 Chris Fuller, Virginia Toro, María Isabel Isern Vivancos, Alicia Peña Calvo and Samantha Broom • T  wo stages specifically designed to guide students through the ab initio Spanish course for the International Baccalaureate programme (2013 syllabus). • Contain material especially designed to engage older teenage learners. • C  ompletely international with strong emphasis on developing intercultural awareness and understanding of Spanish as a world language. •  Cover key IB texts, themes and all elements of the examination, with TOK and CAS fully integrated into the learning. •  Created by a team of experienced authors of Spanish resources in collaboration with IB ab initio Spanish examiners. • E  ncourage practising Spanish in context through stimulating activities covering all aspects of language acquisition: listening (Book 1 only), speaking, reading and writing.

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Available from November 2015 Panorama hispanohablante 1 Libro del alumno Panorama hispanohablante 1 Cuaderno de ejercicios (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama hispanohablante 1 Libro del profesor Available in 2016 Panorama hispanohablante 2 Libro del alumno Panorama hispanohablante 2 Cuaderno de ejercicios (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama hispanohablante 2 Libro del profesor

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION FRENCH B COURSE

SPEAKING

Le monde en français

Lire, imaginer, composer

Ann Abrioux, Pascale Chrétien and Nathalie Fayaud •  Designed to guide students through the Standard and Higher Levels of the French course for the International Baccalaureate Language B programme (2011 syllabus). •  Offers a highly visual and studentfriendly approach, with topics selected to engage with teenage learners. •  Develops linguistic abilities, critical thinking and communication skills. •  Written by chief examiners, workshop leaders and practising teachers. Livre de l’élève Livre du professeur

978-0-955-92659-4 978-0-956-54312-7

TEXT TYPES

Bien lire, bien écrire

Sheila Barbour •  Six short stories in advanced level French and graded activities engage learners whilst encouraging oral classroom discussion. Provides additional speaking practice. •  •  Fully photocopiable. Practice book

PAPER 1

Facettes de la France contemporaine Jenny Ollerenshaw •  Provides additional practice for Paper 1. •  Develops language skills through the reading and understanding of longer texts focusing on topical issues in modern French and Francophone society. •  Fully photocopiable.

Ian Maun and Isabelle Rodrigues

Livre 1 Livre 2

•  Provides additional practice for Paper 1 and Paper 2.

GRAMMAR

Builds reading and writing skills through •  progressive levels of difficulty. •  Engaging activities built around model texts guide students through the analysis and the production of different text types. Livre de l’étudiant Livre du professeur

978-0-954-76958-1 978-0-954-76959-8

978-0-956-54311-0

978-0-955-92653-2 978-0-956-54315-8

Magic French Verb Cards •  A set of laminated verb cards with learner’s and teacher’s notes and a downloadable MP3. Flashcards 978-0-954-76953-6

En avant avec les temps •  A set of illustrated verb cards enabling students to learn and practise conjugating 100 verbs in the present, perfect, imperfect and future tenses.

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Flashcards 978-0-954-76952-9

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION SPANISH B COURSE

SPEAKING

Mañana

Leer, especular, comunicar

Rosa Parra Contreras, Marina Durañona and Carlos Valentini •  Designed to guide students through the Standard and Higher Levels of the Spanish course for the International Baccalaureate Language B programme (2011 syllabus). •  Offers a highly visual and studentfriendly approach, with topics selected to engage with teenage learners.

Manuel Frutos-Pérez, Kathryn Aldridge-Morris •  Six short stories in advanced level Spanish and graded activities engage learners whilst encouraging oral classroom discussion. •  Provides additional speaking practice. •  Fully photocopiable.

•  Develops linguistic abilities, critical thinking and communication skills.

Practice book

Written by chief examiners, workshop •  leaders and practising teachers.

PAPER 1

Libro del alumno Libro del profesor

978-0-956-54310-3 978-0-956-54313-4

978-0-953-24405-8

Aspectos del mundo hispano

TEXT TYPES

Elvira Sancho, Manuel Frutos-Pérez

Lectura y escritura avanzadas

•  Complements Mañana by providing additional practice for Paper 1.

Manuel Frutos-Pérez and Kathryn Aldridge-Morris •  Provides additional practice for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Builds reading and writing skills through •  progressive levels of difficulty. •  Engaging activities built around model texts guide students through the analysis and the production of different text types. Libro del alumno Libro del profesor

978-0-955-92656-3 978-0-955-92657-0

•  Develops language skills through the reading and understanding of longer texts focusing on topical issues in modern Hispanic society. •  Fully photocopiable. Practice book

978-0-955-92658-7

GRAMMAR

Magic Spanish Verb Cards •  A set of laminated verb cards with learner’s and teacher’s notes and a downloadable MP3. Flashcards 978-0-954-76955-0

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION GERMAN B COURSE

SPEAKING

Deutsch im Einsatz

Lesen, improvisieren, erzählen

Katrin Fox, Alan Marshall, Conny Brock and Sophie Duncker •  Designed to guide students through the Standard and Higher Levels of the German course for the International Baccalaureate Language B programme (2011 syllabus). •  Offers a highly visual and studentfriendly approach, with topics selected to engage with teenage learners.

Martina Esser and Ted Neather •  Six short stories in advanced level German and graded activities engage learners whilst encouraging oral classroom discussion. •  Provides additional speaking practice.

•  Develops linguistic abilities, critical thinking and communication skills.

Fully photocopiable. • 

•  Written by chief examiners, workshop leaders and practising teachers.

Practice book

978-0-956-54314-1

PAPER 1 Schülerbuch 978-0-956-54316-5 Lehrerhandbuch 978-0-956-54317-2

TEXT TYPES

Aspekte deutscher Gegenwart

Gut lesen, besser schreiben

Alan Jones, Gudrun Lawlor, John Hill and Oranna Speicher

Martina Esser and Ian Maun

•  Develops language skills through the reading and understanding of longer texts focusing on topical issues in modern German society.

•  Provides additional practice for Paper 1 and Paper 2. •  Builds reading and writing skills through progressive levels of difficulty. •  Engaging activities built around model texts guide students through the analysis and the production of different text types. Schülerbuch 978-0-955-92652-5 Lehrerhandbuch 978-0-955-92651-8

•  Provides additional practice for Paper 1.

•  Fully photocopiable. Band 1 Band 2

978-0-954-76957-4 978-0-954-76951-2

GRAMMAR

Magic German Verb Cards •  A set of laminated verb cards with learner’s and teacher’s notes and a downloadable MP3. Flashcards 978-0-954-76954-3

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History for the IB Diploma: Papers 1 and 2 – Second Edition NEW

Series Editor: Allan Todd •  Written by experienced IB History examiners, the series covers topics from the Standard and Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus. These titles are source-led and encourage the development of •  investigative, interpretive and analytical skills to help your learners become independent thinkers. • Titles for Paper 3 are due for release in the summer of 2016. •  Relevant links to Theory of Knowledge and the new key concepts in the syllabus can be found throughout the books to encourage reflective discussion and help students integrate these concepts into their wider learning. Activities foster an exploratory and inquiring approach and exam-style questions help prepare students for assessment. Paper 1: History for the IB Diploma, Paper 1 comprises three coursebooks that each cover a 20th century topic from the syllabus: The Move to Global War (Japanese and German/Italian expansion), Rights and Protest (US Civil Rights and Apartheid) and Conflict and Intervention (Rwanda and Kosovo). Paper 2: History for the IB Diploma, Paper 2 comprises five coursebooks that each cover a 20th century topic from the syllabus: Independence Movements (1800–2000), Evolution and development of democratic states (1848–2000), Authoritarian States (20th Century), Causes and effects of 20th century wars, and The Cold War: Superpower tensions and rivalries. Paper 1 Rights and Protest Conflict and Intervention The Move to Global War Paper 2 Authoritarian States Evolution and Development of Democratic States The Cold War Causes and Effects of 20th Century Wars Independence Movements

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History for the IB Diploma: Paper 3 – Second Edition Series Editor: Allan Todd •  Covers selected topics from the Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus. •  Provides sound historical accounts along with detailed explanations and analysis. Provides key questions to develop the necessary understanding •  and skills to structure learning, and encourage success in the examination. •  An emphasis on historical debates prepares students for the in-depth, extended essay required in the Paper 3 examination. Theory of Knowledge links built into the text stimulate thought •  and discussion. Clear essay writing and exam guidance. • 

The Great Depression and the Americas 1929–39 Political Developments in the Americas after the Second World War 1945–79 The Cold War and the Americas 1945–81 Civil Rights and Social Movements in the Americas Unification and Consolidation of Germany and Italy 1815–90 Imperial Russia, Revolutions and the Emergence of the Soviet State 1853–1924 Interwar Years: Conflict and Cooperation 1919–39 The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 1924–2000

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NEW TITLES FOR THE UPDATED SYLLABUS FOR PAPER 3 COMING SUMMER 2016

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Geography for the IB Diploma: Patterns and Change Paul Guinness •  A full-colour, well-structured coursebook providing a clear and accessible scheme of learning. •  Covers the four compulsory topics of the Core syllabus. •  Case studies from around the world provide examples for reference and encourage international-mindedness. •  Practice exercises guide and assist development of geographical skills. •  Questions throughout each chapter to prompt discussion and test students’ understanding. •  Integrated cross-references to the syllabus learning outcomes. Coursebook

978-0-521-14733-0

Geography for the IB Diploma: Global Interactions Paul Guinness •  An attractive, full-colour coursebook covering the seven topics of the Higher Level Extension syllabus. •  Encourages detailed study of primary and secondary sources, developing students’ analytical skills. •  Practice exercises guide and assist development of geographical skills. Coursebook 978-0-521-14732-3

Economics for the IB Diploma Ellie Tragakes •  Offers complete coverage of the Economics syllabus for the IB Diploma Standard and Higher Level. •  Encourages progressive learning with end-of-chapter assessment questions to test students’ understanding. •  ‘Real World Focus’ international case studies bring economic theories to life. •  Provides clear explanations of economic concepts using accessible language. •  Designed for both class use and independent study. • N  ew digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2016 will offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animation, video and audio content, and/or self-marking quiz, assessment questions and personalisation of table of contents. Coursebook 978-0-521-18640-7

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Environmental Systems and Societies for the IB Diploma – Second Edition

NEW

Paul Guinness and Brenda Walpole •  Environmental Systems and Societies for the IB Diploma, Second Edition encourages students to grow their critical and reflective thinking skills, promoting the development of internationally minded thinkers. •  This updated edition is written by Biology and Geography experts with extensive experience as teachers and authors. They ensure that speakers of English as a second language are supported throughout, focusing on vocabulary and straightforward, engaging explanation of topics appropriate for Standard Level students. • E  xtra teacher support available online offers help with planning lessons, differentiated support for all learner levels and guidance about the Internal Assessment, fieldwork, exam preparation and Extended Essay. • This online support also offers some great ideas for additional resources to help keep lessons vibrant and engaging!

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS AND SOCIETIES

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITION COMING 2016

DUE FOR RELEASE NOVEMBER 2015

1.04

Coursebook 978-1-107-55643-0 978-1-107-55647-8 New Cambridge Elevate

Ecological footprint

Sustainability

SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1.04.02

CASE STUDY 1.04.01 Three Gorges Dam, Yangtze River, China The largest hydroelectric power generating dam in the world is located at Three Gorges on the Yangtze River (see Image 1.11). It was completed in 2009 and has been estimated to produce almost an eighth of China’s energy needs. The EIA carried out before construction began considered the following factors: • • • • •

ecosystem destruction population relocation and the social consequences effect of sedimentation behind the dam due to reduction in river flow potential for landslides due to increased pressure on the land possibility of earthquakes.

for the construction of the dam and to provide homes and farms for people who were displaced. A further impact identified was the increased risk of landslides due to the steep sides of the river, which were already unstable. The risk of landslide was made worse by deforestation.

The enormous dam stands over 1 km wide and 200 m high. It is a physical barrier which disrupts the river ecosystem and fragments the habitats it contains. The EIA report identified 47 endangered species in the area, including the Chinese river dolphin and the Chinese sturgeon. Since the dam was built, the river dolphin has been declared officially extinct and fewer than 1000 sturgeon are thought to remain. The EIA report identified and considered the impact that the dam would have on spawning of sturgeon and other fish and balanced it against other potential benefits. The report also highlighted social consequences. The dam flooded 100 000 acres of fertile agricultural land as well as 1600 factories and mines, 13 cities, 140 towns and 1352 villages, and almost 2 million people were forced to leave their homes and livelihoods along the river.

Increased chances of earthquakes due to the huge mass of water held by the dam, which put pressure on the rock below, were studied. And in addition, the problem of silt accumulation behind the dam and its potential to block the sluices of the dam was considered, along with water quality downstream, where effluent flow to the sea and deposition of silt are both reduced. The dam’s contribution to flood control was also investigated. The reservoir’s storage capacity would lessen the frequency of severe floods downstream from once every ten years to once every 100 years. But on the other hand, the dam could not prevent floods on downstream tributaries.

Another major environmental impact identified was deforestation. Large areas of forest had to be cleared both

The dam has been operating since 2009, and as well as the extinction of the Chinese river dolphin other environmental impacts have resulted from it. Research some of these and try to assess the value of the EIA that was made.

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Summarise the environmental costs and social benefits of the Three Gorges Dam project. Evaluate the overall usefulness of the EIA

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Using this example, highlight and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of EIAs.

Suggest why EIAs may not be able to predict all the outcomes of a new project. Give an example of a factor that was not predicted in the Three Gorges Dam assessment. Discussion point: To what extent should environmental concerns limit development projects?

1.04.04 Ecological footprint The ecological footprint is a sustainability indicator that expresses the relationship between a population and the natural environment. It considers the total use of natural resources by a country’s population. The concept of ecological footprints has been used to measure our consumption of natural resources, how it varies from country to country, and how it has changed over time. The ecological footprint for a country is calculated by examining the cropland, grazing land, forest and fishing grounds needed to produce the food, fibre and timber the country consumes and to absorb the wastes it produces as it uses energy, and to provide space for homes, roads and factories. Six components are used to calculate a country’s ecological footprint.You can study the details of these aspects in Topic 8.4: • • • • •

Some factors that could not be measured are those that affected lifestyles and scenery which people have traditionally enjoyed. The Chinese government took the view that people would be better off being resettled in new homes. Nevertheless, a major problem has been the lack of land: many farmers are now without land to cultivate and have been forced to adapt to new ways of life and new forms of employment. In the past, the banks of the Yangtze River were lined by spectacular cliffs and mountains which have been lost. Coffins used to hang in caves high up on the mountain cliffs, and there were ancient writings on the cave walls. Most of these have been submerged under the dam reservoir, and little was done to protect or preserve cultural relics in the area. 1

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As a result of the EIA, the decision makers concluded that the social and environmental benefits of the dam outweighed the negative impacts of the project. The energy produced by the dam does not release greenhouses gases, so air quality will improve with the increased use of electrical power. The planners also considered the positive benefits of reduced seasonal flooding and increasing economic development along the banks of the reservoir and river.

Image 1.11 Building the Three Gorges Dam created a reservoir behind the dam almost 350 km long. Millions of people living by the Yangtze have been affected by its construction.

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Built-up land: the land area taken up by infrastructure, including housing, transportation and industrial sites. Fishing grounds: the estimated primary production needed to support the fish and seafood caught (see Image 1.12). Forest: the total amount of lumber, pulp, timber products and fuel wood consumed. Grazing land: the area used to raise livestock. Cropland: the area used to produce food and fibre for human consumption, feed for livestock, oil crops and rubber (see Image 1.13). Carbon uptake: the amount of forest land required to absorb carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels, land-use change and chemical processes, other than the portion absorbed by oceans.

Image 1.12 Fish being sold in Peru – the fishing grounds’ footprint is one of the six components of the ecological footprint.

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An ecological footprint is the area of land and water needed to sustainably provide all the resources at the rate at which they are consumed by a given population.

CONSIDER THIS The idea of an ecological footprint was conceived in 1990 by Wackernagel and Rees at the University of British Columbia.

Image 1.13 Market gardening in Bangladesh for both domestic consumption and for export – cropland footprint is another of the six components of the ecological footprint.

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Business Management for the IB Diploma Peter Stimpson and Alex Smith •  This edition is tailored to the thematic requirements and assessment objectives of the IB syllabus. •  Written by two practising and experienced Business Management teachers. •  Includes IB Learner Profile Research tasks, Key Concept extended questions and Theory of Knowledge activities, all embedded throughout. •  Contains exam-style practice questions and a dedicated chapter on assessment and exam techniques. Updated case studies designed to prompt group discussion and •  critical thinking opportunities. •  New digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2016 will offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animation, video and audio content, and/or self-marking quiz, assessment questions and personalisation of table of contents. Coursebook 978-1-107-46437-7 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-54929-6

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 4 | EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCES

Biology for the IB Diploma

Chemistry for the IB Diploma

Physics for the IB Diploma

Brenda Walpole

Steve Owen

K.A. Tsokos

•  Get the best coverage with our thoroughly updated coursebooks, which contain the full requirements of the IB syllabuses for Biology, Chemistry and Physics, for the first examinations in 2016. Full coverage of all Option topics freely available online. •  Features a new chapter dedicated to the Nature of Science material in the new syllabuses. •  •  Includes clear links to Theory of Knowledge and International-mindedness. Strong emphasis on practical skills throughout. • 

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITIONS AVAILABLE NOW!

•  Teacher resources available online including teaching ideas, practical worksheets and guidance, and support for the Internal and External Assessments. •  Exam preparation is supported with plenty of sample exam questions, online test questions and exam tips. •  New digital versions of our textbooks offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animated video and auto-marked formative assessment quizzes.

Biology 978-1-107-65460-0 New Biology Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-53779-8 Chemistry 978-1-107-62270-8 New Chemistry Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-53763-7 Physics 978-1-107-62819-9 New Physics Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-53787-3

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 4 | EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCES

Biology for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide

Chemistry for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide

Physics for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide

Brenda Walpole

Steve Owen and Chris Martin

K.A. Tsokos

• Tailored to the new syllabuses for first examination in 2016. Brand-new Exam Preparation Guides combine subject knowledge with exam preparation •  techniques and assessment support to fully prepare students for their IB exams. •  Worked Examples show the step-by-step processes to follow to answer different kinds of exam questions. • Clear, precise definitions of key words throughout. • Lots of practice questions and checklists to monitor progress and understanding.

Exam Preparation Guide for Biology Exam Preparation Guide for Chemistry Exam Preparation Guide for Physics

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 5 | MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Mathematics Standard Level for the IB Diploma Paul Fannon, Vesna Kadelburg, Ben Woolley and Stephen Ward

Mathematics Higher Level for the IB Diploma Paul Fannon, Vesna Kadelburg, Ben Woolley and Stephen Ward •  Fully worked solutions manuals for all of the colour-coded examination-style questions now available. •  Written specifically for the IB Diploma syllabus, these highly illustrated coursebooks cover material in a progressive manner. •  Colour-coded exercises according to grade help to assess progress through the syllabus. •  Mixed exam practice at the end of each chapter, plus a dedicated section at the end of the book for questions that cross different topics, all help to encourage cumulative learning.

IB Mathematics Higher Level Coursebook IB Mathematics Standard Level Coursebook IB Mathematics Higher Level solution manual IB Mathematics Standard Level solution manual New Cambridge Elevate IB Mathematics Standard Level solution manual New Cambridge Elevate IB Mathematics Higher Level solution manual Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematics Standard Level Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematics Higher Level

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•  The accompanying CD-ROM contains calculator skills sheets, extension worksheets, supplementary sheets and fill-in proofs, providing support for students of varying learning backgrounds. • Option Topics available on the Higher Level CD-ROM.

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITION COMING 2016

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 5 | MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Mathematics Higher Level for the IB Diploma: Option Topics Paul Fannon, Vesna Kadelburg, Ben Woolley and Stephen Ward •  Contains worked examples, exam-style questions, exam hints and tips, and calculator skills sheets. •  Written for the IB Mathematics Higher Level syllabus. Features a dedicated chapter exclusively •  for mixed examination. Progressive approach encourages •  cumulative learning. Available to purchase separately. • 

Topic 7  Topic 8  Topic 9  Topic 10

– Option: Statistics and Probability – Option: Sets, Relations and Groups – Option: Calculus – Option: Discrete Mathematics

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 5 | MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Mathematical Studies for the IB Diploma Caroline Meyrick and Kwame Dwamena •  Written specifically for the new IB Diploma syllabus, •  Featuring exam hints and tips to prepare students this highly illustrated coursebook follows the structure for their examinations, as well as Theory of Knowledge of the syllabus. issues, cross-curricular support and critical thinking issues. •  The significance of mathematics for modelling and practical applications is a prominent theme throughout, •  Worked examples of stage-by-stage written solutions making mathematics relevant to the real world. show typical working and thought processes.

Mathematical Studies Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematical Studies

978-1-107-69140-7 978-1-107-63184-7

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IB DIPLOMA CORE

Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma

Decoding Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma

Richard van de Lagemaat

Wendy Heydorn and Susan Jesudason

•  Supports the syllabus with strong emphasis on the distinction between personal and shared knowledge.

•  Written in succinct and clear language, Decoding Theory of Knowledge explains key TOK concepts and helps students develop their critical thinking skills.

•  New material covering the four new ways of knowing (imagination, faith, intuition, memory) and the two new areas of knowledge (religious and indigenous knowledge systems).

•  Tailored to the TOK syllabus and can support any TOK coursebook.

•  A comprehensive, original and accessible approach to Theory of Knowledge which covers all aspects of the revised subject guide.

•  Extensive support on the assessment criteria for the essay and presentation.

•  Quotations, questions and exercises prompt critical thinking and encourage active engagement with the material.

•  Coverage of areas of knowledge, ways of knowing, personal and shared knowledge, the knowledge framework and knowledge questions.

•  Each chapter ends with a summary of key points, knowledge framework focus (where appropriate), prescribed titles and suggestions for further reading. •  Margin features highlight linking questions, real-life situations and key definitions. •  Detailed guidance on how to approach the TOK essay and presentation, with many invaluable tips. Coursebook

978-1-107-61211-2

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•  Features include explanation of key concepts to consolidate knowledge and understanding, applied to real-life situations to engage students. Coursebook

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IB DIPLOMA CORE

NEW

Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) for the IB Diploma – An essential guide for students John Cannings, Maria Ines Piaggio, Peter Muir and Tom Brodie •  Written by a team of experienced CAS Coordinators from the three IB regions, the First Edition of CAS – An essential guide for students is tailored to meet the requirements for first teaching from September 2015. •  This coursebook is accessible and practical for students, offering advice and guidance on how to select a suitable CAS activity and how to approach the task: from planning and time management to what makes a successful and positive CAS experience. •  This resource is also helpful for CAS Coordinators and those involved in planning student CAS projects in their school. This student guide includes: • Activity boxes to help with CAS planning and reflection in CAS •  Links to the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Extended Essay to help explain the common goals of these Core courses •  Plenty of practical advice on creating a budget, seeking sponsorship and promoting and marketing your project In addition this student guide is available as an enhanced digital edition with videos in every chapter designed to inspire and encourage a successful CAS project.

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITION COMING 2016

Student Guide New Cambridge Elevate edition

978-1-107-56034-5 Check website for details

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IB DIPLOMA CORE

Introducing the IB Diploma Programme Editors: Marc Abrioux and Jill Rutherford •  A practical handbook for schools wishing to introduce and sustain the IB Diploma. •  Provides practical advice on where to start, the philosophy of the IB, how to become an IB authorised school, the Diploma Programme in full detail and a large number of case studies from around the world. Contains contributions from over 70 Diploma Programme experts. •  •  An invaluable resource for schools already offering the IB Diploma, as well as for prospective schools.

Introducing the IB Diploma Programme

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