MYP Humanities (Individuals and Societies)
Individuals and Societies at Wotton House takes the form of integrated humanities. We integrate the disciplines of Geography, History, Business Management, Economics, Civics and Political Science into a five year programme.
In this subject group, students collect, describe and analyse data used in studies of societies, test hypotheses, and learn how to interpret complex information, including original source material.
This focus on real-world examples, research and analysis is an essential aspect of the subject group.
To encourage and enable students to develop:
appreciate human and environmental commonalities and diversity
understand the interactions and interdependence of individuals, societies and the environment
understand how both environmental and human systems operate and evolve
identify and develop concern for the well-being of human communities and the natural environment
act as responsible citizens of local and global communities
develop inquiry skills that lead towards conceptual understandings of the relationships between individuals, societies and the environments in which they live.
Criterion A: Knowing and understanding
Criterion B: Investigating
Criterion C: Communicating
Criterion D: Thinking critically
IB SUBJECT GUIDES
WOTTON HOUSE CURRICULUM OUTLINES
Reflection from the Humanities Room (August 20)
Big History at Little Abington (June 19)
Wilderness Geophysics (June 19)
Little Abington (May 18)
A Visit to Bristol (December 17)
The Bronze Age (Sept 17)
Head of Department: John Swann