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IB Theatre - Collaborative Project (last assessment 2022): Get started!
This guide provides resources for the Collaborative Project Internal Assessment for IB Theatre (last assessment 2022).
IB grade bands for the four assessment criteria for the Collaborative Theatre Project Process Paper for IB Theatre SL & HL: Theatre in Context: The personal context and research into a professional company.; Theatre in Context: The formation of the group and exploration of the starting point (including target audience and intentions for the piece); Theatre Processes: Reflections on the development of the piece and the specific explorations led by the student; and Presenting Theatre: Evaluation of the student’s contribution to the final 13–15 minute performance and their artistic choices (as seen in the video).
A detailed guide to planning, researching, and writing a Theatre Extended essay, with emphasis on the components students need to have in order to score well in the five assessment criteria. Compiled by Simon Bell, an IB Trainer, Examiner and one of the many authors of the IB Theatre curriculum.
Use the guide below to find content related to theatre and dance in Artstor. Their collections comprise contributions from outstanding international museums, photographers, libraries, scholars, photo archives, and artists and artists’ estates. When using Artstor on the WSA campus, register for a free user account. Your account allows you to access the Digital Library while off-campus. You can download images, create and share image groups, and more.
The Librarian will request free user accounts for students in Grades 8-12. Reply to the welcome email to create your account, which will allow you to access the Digital Library while off-campus. You can download images, create and share image groups, and more.
This page highlights Artstor content related to theater and dance, including images of costumes, venues, and staged performances from around the world, as well as portraits and performance shots of notable playwrights, theater directors, choreographers, set and costume designers, actors, and dancers.