Once you have started your written assignment, your teacher will give you verbal advice that will point you in the direction you should take your written piece in order to improve upon it.
For each work studied two at SL, three at HL one piece of writing produced during class time is required. After making general comments on the first draft of your work, your teacher cannot provide any further assistance.
The goal of the process detailed below is to assist students in producing individual, well-informed essays. The written assignment is going to consist of a topic or title that you will decide on as a student.
The essay is developed from one of the pieces of supervised writing completed in class, with the guidance of the teacher. Stage 3: Developing the Topic -- Supervised Writing Supervised writing is intended as a springboard to elicit ideas from the student.
At the end of the lesson the writing must be handed to the teacher and an unedited copy kept on file until the end of the examination session. The ultimate goal of this stage of the process is to help students to produce good essays with appropriate topics.
Don't worry, you will not be alone. Each student is asked to provide a reflection on each of the interactive orals. Your teacher however cannot annotate, edit, or correct your work.