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  • Frankfurt International School: Performing Arts
    choirs all year and Grade 2 students may join the Grade 3 choir during the second semester All choirs perform both a winter and spring concert Orchestra Starting as early as Grade 2 students are encouraged to join a beginning strings class where they can learn the cello violin double bass or viola Intermediate Strings After one year of class instruction students can continue learning their instruments privately but can also join the Intermediate Strings to develop ensemble playing skills Playing together as soon as possible is the best way to encourage students to continue progressing on their instrument The Intermediate Strings group performs at the Elementary Choir Concert in December and the Spring strings concert in June Junior Orchestra The Junior Orchestra is a more advanced string group where Elementary students have already gained experience playing with others Students in this group work on more challenging pieces in 3 or 4 parts such as divided violin parts The Junior Orchestra also performs at the Elementary Choir concert in December and the Spring Strings concert in June Primary School Alfred Lechler Str 10 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 500 Elementary Upper School An der Waldlust 15 61440 Oberursel

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  • Frankfurt International School: Student Support Services
    students individually in small groups in the classroom and in informal settings like the playground and cafeteria Learn more about Counseling in the Elementary School Learning Support Learning support is provided in each of our divisions by Learning Support teachers who offer a range of services including in class support or small group instruction The program is designed to serve a small number of students in need of academic assistance or with mild disabilities Get more information about our Learning Support in the Elementary School Health and Wellness Your child s health and wellness is very important to us Each division has its own resident nurse who is responsible for the medical care of your children during the school day In addition to providing school day care to students as needed nurses are also available to provide answers to health related questions and address concerns you may have regarding a child s particular medical issue Learn more about Health and Wellness in the Elementary School Primary School Alfred Lechler Str 10 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 500 Elementary Upper School An der Waldlust 15 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 0 Wiesbaden Campus Rudolf Dietz Str 14

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  • Frankfurt International School: Elementary School Library
    Germany 49 0 6171 2024 500 Elementary Upper School An der Waldlust 15 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 0 Wiesbaden Campus Rudolf Dietz Str 14 65207 Wiesbaden Germany 49 0 6127 9940 0 Facebook Twitter YouTube Contact Us Impressum Privacy NEASC IBO ECIS COIS powered by finalsite Head of School Welcome Who We Are Mission and Beliefs Our Campuses Governance Publications Employment Contact Us Prospective Families Tuition Fees

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  • Frankfurt International School: Partnership with Parents
    child s learning School to Home Communication Frequency and format of school to home communication varies by division but we strive to communicate on a regular basis and ensure open lines of communication Twice each year formal parent teacher conferences provide a face to face meeting opportunity and during the spring conference students are also invited to participate Reporting Reporting to parents comes in many forms Written student progress reports are sent home two times per year and parent teacher conferences are held twice a year At various times throughout the school year parents are also invited to their child s classroom to learn about the units of inquiry Parent Forums Several times during the school year each division hosts a parent forum Topics range from curricular areas to use of technology and details regarding dates and topics are communicated via division webpages and our online calendar Parent Teacher Group PTG On both campuses the PTG facilitates unity between parents and the school through a variety of events including book fairs welcome coffees and information fairs and annual celebrations like Applefest the Harvest Party Worldfest and Summer fete PTG country coordinators are also often available to welcome new families and answer questions in their native language Volunteering Whether helping plan major events assisting teachers in the classroom sewing costumes and building stage scenery or running the concession stand at athletic events volunteering makes a meaningful difference to a student s overall experience at FIS and provides just one more avenue for parents to make a connection with their child s school Primary School Alfred Lechler Str 10 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 500 Elementary Upper School An der Waldlust 15 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 0 Wiesbaden Campus Rudolf Dietz Str 14 65207 Wiesbaden Germany 49

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  • Frankfurt International School: ABC Saturday Sports
    4 years to Grade 5 The cost for Saturday Sports is 35 per player and includes a team t shirt for each player Registration fees also help support the Athletic Booster Club and purchases of gear for the Saturday Sports program Because the Saturday Sports program relies solely on parent support volunteers are needed for the following positions Head Coach Registration fee is waived for children of head coach who play on the team Assistant Coach Logistics Set up clean up or other organization during Saturday Sports Time commitment is flexible Winter Basketball The winter session of Saturday Sports Basketball will begin in January Dates locations and a link for online registration will be posted to this page in December For general information on the Saturday Sports Program please email abcsaturdaysports gmail com Primary School Alfred Lechler Str 10 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 500 Elementary Upper School An der Waldlust 15 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 0 Wiesbaden Campus Rudolf Dietz Str 14 65207 Wiesbaden Germany 49 0 6127 9940 0 Facebook Twitter YouTube Contact Us Impressum Privacy NEASC IBO ECIS COIS powered by finalsite Head of School Welcome Who We Are Mission and Beliefs

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  • Frankfurt International School: Curriculum Overview
    reporting across all divisions at FIS and supports continuity in learning for all students moving through our school It s characterized by the following five key components Curriculum areas Academic disciplines comprising distinct sets of knowledge understanding and skills Transdisciplinary learning Discipline specific skills including 21st century skills with applications in other curriculum areas Conceptual understanding The understanding that students gain as a result of exploration of relevant content in curriculum areas Concepts allow students to see the bigger picture behind a specific discipline and to build links to learning in other disciplines Pedagogy An approach to teaching and learning that allows students to actively construct meaning through engagement in relevant experiences enabling them to acquire new levels of understanding as opposed to the simple memorization of content Assessment Reporting A range of strategies that provides information on student understanding allowing the teacher to plan the subsequent teaching and learning activities Student progress is reported in a timely and appropriate manner Primary School Alfred Lechler Str 10 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 500 Elementary Upper School An der Waldlust 15 61440 Oberursel Germany 49 0 6171 2024 0 Wiesbaden Campus Rudolf Dietz Str 14 65207 Wiesbaden Germany 49

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  • Frankfurt International School: Courses and Descriptions
    Biology 10 12 Chemistry 10 12 Computer Technology 9 12 Design Technology 10 12 Graphics Programming 10 12 Math 10 High Math 10 Standard Math 10 Studies Physics 10 12 Physical Education Physical Education 10 Grade 10 Curriculum Content Overview Students enroll in nine classes PE and Health count separately All classes are year long full credit courses except for PE and Health which are 0 5 credits each Required Courses English 10 or ESL Mathematics Science one of the following Biology Physics Chemistry Humanities one of the following World history History of the Americas Geography Physical Education Health German Native fluent or as a foreign language Students choose two of the following electives ESL Learning support Spanish or French foreign language only Dutch Swedish Japanese or Korean native fluent only Music Theater Arts Visual Arts Dance Media Studies Creative Writing Journalism Biology Chemistry or Physics World History History of Americas Geography Business Economics Psychology Computer Technology Graphics Programing Design Technology Grade 11 Courses Arts Performing and Visual Grade 10 Foundations Art Dance 10 12 IBDP Dance Standard Year 1 Media Production 10 12 Music 10 12 IBDP Music Standard High Year 1 Theatre Studies 10 12 Theatre IBDP English Lit and Performance Year 1 and Year 2 IBDP Visual Arts Standard Year 1 IBDP Visual Arts High Year 1 English Humanities Business Business and Economics 10 12 IBDP Business and Management Standard Year 1 IBDP Business and Management High Year 1 Creative Writing Journalism Creative Writing Journalism Economics IBDP Economics Standard Year 1 IBDP Economics High Year 1 English English College Prep IBDP English Language and Literature Standard Level Year 1 IBDP English Language and Literature High Level Year 1 IBDP English Literature Standard Level Year 1 IBDP English Literature High Level Year 1 IBDP English Lit and Performance Year 1 and Year 2 IBDP English B Standard Level Year 1 IBDP English B High Level Year 1 Geography World Geography General 10 12 IBDP Geography Standard High Year 1 History History of the Americas 10 12 World History 10 12 IBDP History Standard Year 1 IBDP History High Year 1 Media Studies Media Studies Psychology Psychology 10 12 IBDP Psychology Standard Year 1 Theory of Knowledge IBDP Theory of Knowledge Year 1 Languages ESL ESL French French 1 French 2 French 3 French 4 IBDP French A Language and Literature Standard Year 1 IBDP French A Language and Literature High Year 1 IBDP French ab initio Year 1 IBDP French B High IBDP French B Standard German German 1 German 2 German 3 German B Prep IBDP German A Language and Literature Standard Year 1 IBDP German A Language and Literature High Year 1 IBDP German A Literature Standard Year 1 IBDP German A Literature High Year 1 IBDP German ab initio Year 1 IBDP German B Standard Year 1 IBDP German B High Year 1 Japanese IBDP Japanese A1 High Year 1 Korean IBDP Korean A Literature Standard Year 1 IBDP Korean A Literature High Year 1

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  • Frankfurt International School: IB Diploma Programme
    parts Extended Essay During Grades 11 and 12 students must complete an essay of no more than 4 000 words The essay exposes students to independent research and writing similar to what they will experience at university while giving them the opportunity to examine a topic of their choice more in depth Each student chooses a faculty member to act as an advisor to the essay Theory of Knowledge Theory of Knowledge TOK is an interdisciplinary course students take in Grades 11 and 12 The course encourages IB Diploma students to compare and contrast subject areas and to see connections between them by looking at various Knowledge Claims statements beginning I know or we know Through this students learn to differentiate supported claims from gratuitous ones and also to consider how a supported claim may mean different things in different subject areas in the media and in their personal lives and most interestingly at different times in history Students learn that language reasoning sense perception and emotion are our Ways of Knowing like Knowledge Claim a key TOK term but they aren t always precise or predictable so Knowledge Issues another key term arise Creativity Action Service CAS At FIS IBDP level we take a holistic approach that addresses how students not only focus on their accomplishments but also on their self knowledge and self development Linked with Theory of Knowledge TOK students will begin to look into ways of knowing which include shared and personal knowledge The latter is gained through experience which is what CAS is all about This is the essence of CAS to learn about oneself others and the world through personal experience For more information on the IB Programme at FIS please email FIS IB Coordinator Daniel Toyne Important Information about Abitur Equivalency Students who

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