The difference between kbsr and kssr

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The difference between kbsr and kssr

  1. 1. THE SIMILARITY AND DIFFERENCESBETWEEN KBSR AND KSSR
  2. 2. SIMILARITY• Acquiring basic skill in every student• Inculcation of moral values• Involving role of teachers and students• Student still need to take UPSR examination.• Compulsory subject are the same – Bahasa Melayu, English, mathematics and science.
  3. 3. DIFFERENCES KSSR – KURIKULUM ASPECTS KBSR – KURIKULUMSTANDARD SEKOLAH BERSEPADU SEKOLAH RENDAH RENDAH2011 Introduce On 1993 -2010 (subsequently reviewed in 2003 for PPSMI)1 and 2 Year 1 – 6 (currently 3 – 6)Curriculum written Curriculum Written Curriculum writtenbased on based oncontent and learning learning outcomesstandardsNational examination Examination/ National examination(UPSR) + Assessment (UPSR)school-based onlyassessment
  4. 4. KSSR ASPECTS KBSRBased on 6 areas: Curriculum Design Based on 3 areas:•Communication • Communication• Spiritual, Attitude and • Man and hisValues environment• Humanitarian • Self-development of• Physical and the individualAestheticalDevelopment• Science andTechnologyCurriculum Standard Curriculum Materials Study syllabusdocumentsModular Design of the Linear Curriculum4M (Reading, Writing, Focus 3M (Reading, WritingCounting and Reasoning) and Counting)
  5. 5. KSSR ASPECTS KBSRThe elements of Elements (added Elements of Analyticalcreativity and value) and creative thinkingInnovation, skillsentrepreneurial,information technologyandcommunicationLevel I (Year 1, 2 & 3) Organisation of the Level I (Year 1, 2 & 3)• Basic Core Modules, Curriculum • Core, compulsory andThematic Core Modules additional subjectsand Elective Modules Level II (Year 4, 5 & 6)Level II (Year 4, 5 & 6) • Core , Compulsory and• Core and Elective Additional subjectsSubjects

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