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Read through these to get a better sense of how a search bar operates in online databases.
100 = Thoughtful, honest reflection that indicates significant curiosity, effort, and self-awareness.
95= Thoughtful, honest reflection that indicates general curiosity, effort, and self-awareness.
90= Honest reflection that indicates some curiosity, effort, and/or self-awareness.
85-80= Honest reflection that technically answers the guiding questions; the purpose of the reflection seems to be mere completion.
75-70= Reflection that minimally reflects engagement in the research process, but addresses some of the guiding questions.
60-0= Minimal engagement with both research and this reflection is indicated; a lack of interest and care is expressed.
Here are the list of mentors for the Extended Essays in Literature and History. All other subject areas have only one teacher available.
Literature: Braxton, Jones, Johnson, Kidd, Smith (A), Cook, Wood, Searcy, and Foster.
History: Wannamaker, Gagnier, Laird, Rochelin, Lynch
Exemplar Extended Essays
As you view these Extended Essays please keep in mind that they follow an older format. You DO NOT NEED AN ABSTRACT.
Use the following to familiarize yourself with the components of your HL Group 2 assessments. You will be quizzed over this as your next to last assignment.
This form MUST be completed by the candidate and signed by the mentor documenting that the candidate and mentor have met and discussed their EE a minimum of 3 times. Meeting hours should total 4-5 hours and can include email communication.
Gagnier: James Martin, Toby Obodoechine, Kayla George, Ted Otto, Pooja Shah, Donovan Bailey, Tsemaye Oseragbaje
Lynch: Ben Woodard, Melanie Chavarria, Cam Collins, TJ English, Susannah Parker, Francisco Rodriguez, Ashi Kathuria
Rochelin: Kyndal Dunbar, Destini Floyd, Kathryn Perkins, Grace Li, Aditi Shekhar, Paula Thornton, Devin Rowley, Evelyn Lewis
Wannamaker: Jamal Faqeeri, Clay Morgan, Leah Thomas, Rohan Kalvakalva, Michael Garrido
For any remaining mentees in History, please seek out Wannamaker (can take 3) as your mentor.
A. Smith (Mr. Smith): Clara Chauveau, Allison Vermaak, Elizabeth Wile, Maggie Onsager, Abigail Wheelis, Giovanni Alfred, Anne Whatley, Cameron Cummings, Penn Worden, Kellen Brown, Karen Garcia-Garza
Braxton: Julia Leach, Molly Dopfel, Andrew Chen, Jissela Flores, Anne Beals, Kajla Miller, Brennan Sollenberger
Johnson: Maribel Antunez-Uriostegui, Spencer Ford, Ben Grady, Veronica Naylor, Lola Oke, Alex Bumgarner, Emily Damron, Bella Tenenbaum
Jones: Shri-Dawg Patel, Paris Berrian, Alex Eaton, Quentin Mot, Fishwife, Paige Thompson, Mary Williams, Nhu Vo
Kidd: Avery Bradley, Oswaldo Liborio, Itohan Aigbekaen, Marilyn Cottom, Emma Drew, Nnedi Eze, Anika Patka
S. Smith (Mrs. Smith): Claudio Cichi, Maeve Breathnach, Aaron Cesair, Dinachi Okonkwo, Maci Panariello, Damian Patel, Maria Howell, Jaziba Bahri, Lyric Vison
Mr. Lynch has been teaching at CHS for his entire 6 year teaching career. He has taught EL, World History, Econ, AP Human Geography, IB History, and IB Internship over the course of his career.