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Sample World Literature essays, transcripts of individual oral commentaries (IOC) and individual oral presentations (IOP).

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  1. IOP Script - Symbolism in MAUS

    IOP script - Symbolism of cigarettes and pills 
    Hi, I'm taking IB finals on May 2017, i hope this helps with your IOP ideas
  2. IOP English Sample Speech

    Sample IOP speech on David Malouf's Fly Away Peter.
    Presentation can be found here: IOP English - Fly Away Peter: Jim's Journey
    Score: 7/7 (appeared on report under oral section)
  3. WL1: Marriage in A Doll's House and School for Wives

    Final World Literature 1: Exploration of Marriage in Ibsen's "A Doll's House" and Moliere's "School For Wives".
    Grade 6
  4. Written task 1 on huckleberry Finn

    An example of a written task 1 about huckleberry finn
  5. WL1 The Significance of Weather in Metamorphosis and Chronicle of a Death Foretold

    A SL WL about the significance of weather to the mood and attitude of characters in Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka and Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel García Márquez.
    Grade: Moderated to 13/20 so a 5
    Written by Kelly Shroff
  6. IOP - Looking at the role of fear of the gods played in Things Fall Apart

    A transcript to an IOP looking at the fear of the gods in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, the authority it commands and how this authority is responsible to the strength of the the tribe.
    Grade: 26/30 so a 7
    Written by Kelly Shroff
  7. Internal Oral Presentation

    This is the IOP that I did about Storytelling in the book The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien
  8. WL2 - Perfume (Paper 1 Format)

    My essay marked by a teacher who is an IB examiner. Extract is from the final page of Perfume by Patrick Suskind. Sorry just to clarify this novel is a candidate for World Lit and is done to the structure of a paper 1 and can potentially be a World Lit 2
    Mark 22/25 (7)
  9. IOP - Change in Tess of the D'Urbervilles

    Outline for IOP
    Grade awarded: 7 (29/30)
    This was only internally marked as I decided to use it as a practice and didn't send it off, so the mark is unmoderated.
  10. IOP - Handmaids Historical Notes

    Context, relevance and message of the historical notes in Margaret Attwood's "A Handmaid's Tale".
    (Speaker's notes, 1st version)
    Graded awarded: 7 (29/30)
  11. WL1 - House of Bernada Alba & a Doll's House

    second draft of my sisters world lit.
    How is tension created in both plays The House of Bernarda Alba and A Doll's House and in what ways is it used by the playwrights?
  12. WL1 A study of music and what it signals as seen in: Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert and The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka

    This was my WL1 Paper on the books Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert and The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. I compare and contrast the effect of music in signalling character and plot developments and regressions in both books. My teacher predicted that this paper was a 7 (I think her raw score was a 21/25, but I'm not sure) and when I got the IB breakdown her scores were unchanged. So this paper received a 7 from the IB.
  13. WL2 Paradise of the Blind - Theme of Blindness

    World Literature Detailed Study
    The Portrayal of Figurative Blindness as Having Negative Effects on Society, Family and the Individual in Paradise of the Blind by Duong Thu Huong
  14. WL1 Like Water for Chocolate House of Spirit

    World Literature Comparative Essay
    The Supernatural as a Means of Protagonist Empowerment in Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel and The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende
  15. WL2 Madame Bovary Development of C7

    World Literature
    Madame Bovary: The significance of Chapter 7 in the development of the plot and character relationships.
  16. WL1 The consumption of food in Anna Karenin and Madame Bovary

    a sample essay published in the TSM by the IBO. got examiner comments and marks. the grade is 20/20.
  17. Practice IOP: Spoken Key Passage Analysis for Ivan Denisovich

    This is a practice IOP that happens to be a Key Passage Analysis.
    This presentation received a 23/30 (6)
    A: 4 B: 8 C: 7 4
    Note: Both the presentation and passage are attached.
  18. WL2 A Doll House

    English A1 Higher Level World Literature Essay
    Detailed study: A doll house by Henrik Ibsen
    Grade awarded: 4/7
  19. WL1 Reality

    English A1 Higher Level World Literature Essay
    The Reality of Meursault from Albert Camus’s “The Outsider” and Gregor Samsa from Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis”
    Grade awarded: 5/7
  20. Vvi's World Lit Essays

    My WL's, titled "Comparing the passionate, vindictive natures of Thérèse and Laura in Zola’s Thérèse Raquin and Strindberg’s The Father" (WL1) and "Extension of Act 2, Line 423 from Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House" (WL2). Received a 6, 31/40.
  21. WL1 - Death Antigone and The Leopard

    A comparison of the attitudes towards Death in Antigone and The Leopard.
    Grade awarded: 7
  22. WL2 - Madame Bovary Chapter 4 Volume 3

    An Analysis Of The Importance Of “Madame Bovary” Chapter 4, Volume 3
    Grade awarded: 7
  23. WL1 Miss Julie/Doll's House

    Comparative Study of Miss Julie by August Strindberg and A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen.
    By Michael Engel‐Andreasen
    Grade awarded: 5 (Overall with WL2 24/40)
  24. WL1 Tragic Hero

    English A1 HL World Literature Essay 1--1 An analysis of the concept of a tragic hero with specific reference to Oedipus in Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex and Meursault in Albert Camus’ The Outsider.
    By Hien Nguyen
    Grade: 5 (Overall with WL2. I admit, by the time I handed the essay in, it wasn't one of the best essays I've written for English. Somewhat on the contrary...)
  25. IOP Character Stereotypes

    How character stereotypes are evidenced in Of Mice and Men and How to Kill a Mockingbird
    IOP in the form of a power-point presentation
    By Aboo
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