Meet The Parent 14th February 2014

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  • http://www.stellarliteracy.sg/
  • ICT enriched = lessons with videos as tuning in, collaborative online mindmaps, etcSDL = students are responsible for their learningCoL = depend on one another to get the task done
  • Enrichment, Core, Bridging
  • CCE culture = Whole school culture to model character traits
  • PE box
  • Meet The Parent 14th February 2014

    1. 1. MEET-THE-PARENTS SESSION 2014 4 PATIENCE 4 Fabulous
    2. 2. SHARING COVERAGE Introduction  Assessment Structure  Key Pedagogical Approach / Resources/ Programs  CCE  Safety  Expectations  Communication Channel  AOB  This set of slides will be emailed to the email account you provided for Class Dojo.
    3. 3. INTRODUCTION
    4. 4. INTRODUCTION  Teaching in Anchor Green Primary for 5 years  Subject Specialty: Trained in EMS, Specialise in Science & ICT
    5. 5. ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE
    6. 6. ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE
    7. 7. ABSENCE ON PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT AND EXAMINATION DAYS Absentees for PA/CA/SA are allowed to sit for the papers within 3 days upon returning to school if they are absent based on one of the following reasons:  Sick with a valid medical certificate  Having to attend to emergency family matters supported with official document  Any other valid reasons (on a case by case basis) upon approval by School Leaders on compassionate grounds
    8. 8. ENGLISH LANGUAGE
    9. 9. ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE    Performance and Semestral Assessment tasks cover a range of skills and modes for a balanced assessment Pupils are assessed on listening, reading, viewing, speaking, writing and representing skills, and grammar and vocabulary Performance Assessment tasks include Listening Comprehension, Writing, Oral, Reading Comprehension
    10. 10. KEY PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH & RESOURCES STELLAR  programme to develop the 21st century competencies of pupils so that they become more confident and effective communicators  uses rich texts to provide context  uses strategies such as Supported Reading, KWL and Writing Process Cycle  supports collaborative and self-directed learning
    11. 11. KEY PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH & RESOURCES STELLAR Readers and Learning Sheets  Grammar Book  Listening Comprehension and Oral Book  Writing and Oral Pack  Non-STELLAR resources are also used to complement the STELLAR resources and for a more focused teaching 
    12. 12. KEY PROGRAMMES Communication and Presentation Skills  build pupil confidence and oral competencies in communication  foster creative use of voice in different situations through various activities  progression from P3 with more complex tasks and activities Speech and Drama with Trinity Guildhall Accreditation  for selected pupils
    13. 13. MATHEMATICS
    14. 14. KEY PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH Concepts taught through the : Concrete  Pictorial  Abstract approach  Use of manipulative to aid understanding  Lessons involved cooperative learning strategy whenever possible  2 ICT enriched lessons per semester which include:   self-directed and collaborative learning
    15. 15. KEY PROGRAMMES  Math Olympiad training (Dates to be confirmed)   offered to selected pupils Step up Programme (Dates to be confirmed) remediation by teachers  offered to selected pupils 
    16. 16. SCIENCE
    17. 17. KEY PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH AND RESOURCES Focus on Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) through the 5E approach (Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate)  Expose to Science Process Skills progressively  Resources include: LEVEL P4 RESOURCES Topical Level WS Process Skill WS Spelling Practice Activity Paper WS Asknlearn portal
    18. 18. SCIENCE KEY PROGRAMMES: Green Finger Programme (Growing seeds)  Model Making (Mini Research Project)   Create a conducive habitat for mealworms. Water Education Programme- Create awareness on water conservation efforts  Sony Creative Science Award 2014- Creation of a toy with at least 1 scientific concept (Booth in Term 1 Week 10)  Science Learning Journey (Term 2 – NeWater / Science Centre) 
    19. 19. MOTHER TONGUE
    20. 20. MOTHER TONGUE MODULAR APPROACH  The Modular Approach recommended by MOE is implemented from Primary 2 to 6 in Anchor Green Primary.
    21. 21. P4 MOTHER TONGUE KEY PROGRAMMES  Key Programmes  Listening and Speaking:   P4: A cultural camp is organized to encourage pupils to speak Mother Tongue Learning to read and write progressively: Structured Reading Program: to cultivate interest in reading.  Writing skills: P4 are required to write picture compositions.   Higher Chinese: Pupils who achieve good result at year end will be selected for Higher Chinese Class in P3 and P4.
    22. 22. CHARACTER AND CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION
    23. 23. “Our Education system must…….. Nurture Singapore citizens of good character, so that everyone has the moral resolve to withstand uncertain future, and a strong sense of responsibility to contribute to the success of Singapore and the well-being of fellow Singaporeans” Mr Heng Swee Keat , Minister of Education
    24. 24. CCE CORE VALUES • • • • • • Respect Responsibility Resilience Integrity Care Harmony SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL COMPETENCIES SKILLS • • • • Self Awareness Self Management Social Awareness Relationship Management • Responsible Decision Making
    25. 25. CCE CURRICULUM  2014 – P1 and P2 CCE is already being implemented in Mother Tongue lessons  Subsequently, it will be rolled out to P3 to P6
    26. 26. EMPHASIS…. Cultivating CCE culture  Teacher- Student Relationship building  Family Time  Values In Action (starting from classroom)  Parents to reinforce the values taught in school at home. 
    27. 27. SAFETY
    28. 28. SAFETY IN PE LESSONS  PE teacher will check for unwell students before the start of PE lesson • Unwell students will be exempted from physical activities. (students with medical certificates, letters from parents, student's personal report and from teacher's observation) • All watches, wallets, badges or any foreign objects are to be removed.
    29. 29. SAFETY IN PE LESSONS  • • •  • During PE lesson Warming-up and cooling-down exercises will be conducted before and after physical activities respectively. Teacher will allow regular access to water before, during and after exercises to prevent heat injuries. (All pupils are required to bring along their water bottles) Injured pupils will be attended to and parents will be informed. (All PE teachers in AGPS are first-aid and AED certified) After PE lesson Teacher will conduct a visual scan and check to ensure all pupils are safe and well.
    30. 30. EXPECTATION
    31. 31. EXPECTATIONS  Pupils are expected to have their Pupil’s Diary everyday for the recording of assignments & communication purposes  Pupils are to submit all assignments / deliverables by the deadline stipulated by the teacher  Pupils to abide by the school rules stipulated in the Pupils’ Diary
    32. 32. COMMUNICATION CHANNEL
    33. 33. COMMUNICATION CHANNEL  Pupils’ Diary  Email  Telephone conversation  Twitter (www.twitter.com/mrmuhaymin)  Class Dojo
    34. 34. CHINATOWN LEARNING JOURNEY
    35. 35. Teachers-in-charge will give you a call if you are selected.
    36. 36. THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE TODAY!

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