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Div MYP DESIGN: How to get a score of 8 for Criterion D Strand IV

Updated: May 3, 2023

How to get a TOP MARKS for Criterion D Strand IV

  • Explains how your product/solution had (or may have had) an impact on society (client/target audience)

  • Get quotes and comments from other people to help you write this section (i.e. in your TEST C i. Be sure to ask the question “Explain what impact has this product had on you?

  • To identify the impact that a solution will have on a client/ target audience –

    • Consider the original problem - to what extent was this solved and explain how this solution impacted the client/target audience

    • Consider the design brief and explain how your product/solution addressed the design brief and how this has impacted the client/target audience

    • Explain how your solution improved the client’s or target audience’s situation

Explain how your solution had an effect on other key stakeholders (users, peers, yourself and others involved)


Below is a video to help guide students who wish to get a score of 8/8 for Criterion D Strand 4


Differentiation & Assessment

Criterion D Strand iv.

0 >> The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors

3-4 >> The student outlines the impact of the solution on the client/target audience

5-6 >> The student explains the impact of the solution on the client/target audience, with guidance

7-8 >> The student explains the impact of the product on the client/target audience



Differentiation (command terms)

Criterion D Strand iv.

Dv. (outlines --> describes --> explains) the impact of the solution on the client/target audience



The above image illustrates the concept of something having an IMPACT




The above image illustrates the concept of something having an IMPACT



The above image illustrates the concept of something having an IMPACT




The above image illustrates an exploration of a product’s IMPACT




The above provides a definition of IMPACT




The above image illustrates the concept of something having an IMPACT


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