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Hey people! I'm only in the first year of IB, but our History teacher is making us do our IAs at the end of this term, so that it'll be one less IA next year. But, I can't seem to find any sample IAs that are for the new syllabus and my teacher only gave us old ones too... Does anyone know where I could find one? The content doesn't really matter, I just don't have a clue how to format it, like visually so it would be nice to see what one looks like. Thanks for the help :)

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On April 23, 2016 at 8:20 AM, Vioh said:

@Rey We have compiled a long list of teacher support materials (TSM) here: http://www.ibsurvival.com/topic/37025-teacher-support-materials/. If you click on the link for history, you should be able to find samples of history IA used for the new syllabus.

Uhm, sorry, but the links do not open when I click to them. It says, 

/app/tsm.xql The actual cardinality for parameter 2 does not match the cardinality declared in the function's signature: psng:navigation1($a as item()*, $b as element(), $c as item()*, $d as item()*, $e as item()*, $f as item()*) element(). Expected cardinality: exactly one, got 0. [at line 98, column 7] In call to function: psng:navigation1(item()*, element(), item()*, item()*, item()*, item()*) [98:7] 

May you please help me to fix this problem. 

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hello! does anyone have the TSM link for music? can't seem to find it anywhere. it will be really appreciated, thank you :)

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