Primary 1 Compassion Breakfast Session 11 March 2011
Form Teacher, English, Math: Ms Harlyn NadiahCo-Form Teacher & Chinese: Mrs Jasmine WongTamil: Mrs Mary AugustineMalay: Mdm Norahida
Character Development, FTGP: Ms Harlyn NadiahCME: MT teachersSocial Studies: Ms Mabelline TanMusic: Ms Harlyn NadiahHealth Education: Ms Harlyn NadiahPhysical Education: Ms Joyce Ng & Ms Irene LeArt & Craft: Mrs Maureen Ching
Absence from school Letter from parent or medical certificate to be submitted when pupil returns back to school For absence from exams, a medical certificate is required Work/letters/circulars will be kept and given the next day pupil reports back to school Extra time given for pupils to complete work
Pupils are discouraged from bringing handphone If your child is down with an infectious illness, do inform the school immediately. Keep her home till certified well by doctor. Pupils are encouraged to keep money with them at all times.
To discuss child’s progress, make appointment via phone or e-mail. ◦ Office: 62886930 Staffroom: 62813814 ◦ School Website: www.chijourladyofgoodcounsel.moe.edu.sg ◦ Class Website: http://one- compassion.blogspot.com ◦ Chinese Class Website: http://jasminewongp1classroom.blogspot.com
Inform form teacher early via email/letter if child needs to be dismissed early for various reasons with proof e.g. piano exam ◦ Principal’s permission needs to be sought If child is ill, she will be sent to the sick bay and parents will be informed. ◦ Parent needs to sign child out at the office prior to taking child home.
Security measure ◦ No parents in school during school hours unless prior arrangement has been made with school teachers or office ◦ To sign in at the security counter ◦ Make an appointment with the teacher via email
Recorded on whiteboard Pupils to record homework and other notices in their school diary Neatness and accuracy Corrections and accuracy ◦ Highlight importance of completing corrections ◦ In green ballpoint pen or green colour pencil
Punctuality in handing in work Home support and monitoring crucial Late work - repeated ◦ Parents notified through phone call
Week Date Events Remarks1 23rd March Temperature Taking Exercise2 30th March CIP for P2 @ Chartwell park P2 pupils 1st April EXCEL fest (School ends at 1pm) All pupils 2nd April Cyberwellness workshop for parents Parents to sign up3 8th April International Friendship Day5 22nd April Good Friday6 25th April **Feast Day 26th – 28th April SA1 (Oral) – EL and MT P3-P6 1st May Labour Day Holiday
Week Date Events Remarks7 2nd May Holiday in lieu of Labour Day 3rd May SA1 (Paper 1 - Composition)EL P3-P6 4th May SA1 (Paper 1 - Composition)MT P3-P6 5th May SA1 – MT LC P3-P6 6th May SA1 P5 & P6 pupils8 9th May SA1 – EL P3-P6 10th May SA1 – Math P3-P6 11th May SA1 – MT P3-P6 12th May SA1 – Sc P3-P6
Week Date Events Remarks9 17th May Vesak Day Holiday Issue of Report Book / PT cards10 24th May All pupils **Meet the parents session 27th May Olympics Day / Founders Day P1-6
Oral Reading and Writing – big books, creative writing book Language Usage – Stellar Unit Worksheets, Grammar Handbook, Language Usage Booklets, Vocabulary Booklets Worksheets Unit Worksheets, Tests, Spelling will be brought home for parent’s checking and signature upon completion
Week Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4Speaking Speech & Drama Poetry Recitation – Show-and-tell - Show-and-Tell – Poetry Recitation Individual (5%) Individual Individual (10%)Reading - Dolch List/High Running Record Running Record Running Record Frequency Words - Dolch List/High - Reading Passage - Reading - Big Book Frequency (5%) Passage (5%) Reading Words - Reading Passage (5%) - Let’s DecodeListening Phonics Listening Listening Listening Comprehension Comprehension (5%) Comprehension (5%)
Week Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4Writing Class & Parallel Group Writing Descriptive Writing Individual Writing Writing Descriptive Writing (5%) Picture Individual Writing Composition (5%) Picture CompositionLanguag Vocabulary Cloze Language Usage Language Usage Language Usage e Use Passage (5%) (10%) (20%) Language Usage - Vocabulary - Vocabulary - Vocabulary Sentence - Grammar - Grammar - Grammar Construction - Sentence Spelling (5%) - Reading Spelling Construction Reading Comprehension Spelling (5%) Comprehension Spelling (5%) Total - 20% 30% 50%(100%):
Topical Worksheets Problem Sums Worksheets Heuristic Skills Worksheets Activity Books Math Test Book
Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4NA Performance Tasks (10%) Performance Tasks (25%) Performance Tasks (20%)NA Topical Tests (20%) Topical Tests (5%) Topical Tests (20%)- 30% 30% 40%
1. Draw a working column for working: This allows you to present your answers in the main section step by step neatly2. Underline Key-Words: Helps you to keep focus Reduces careless mistakes Understands questions better
3. Draw models, tables or diagram accordingly whenever possible - to illustrate your answers - to enhance understanding of the question - to allow another source for the checking of answers4. Provide a number sentence for each step5. Provide a answer sentence for each question asked.
1. Understand the Problem2. Devise a plan3. Carry out the plan4. Check/ Reflect
Look for information given ◦ Read the question at least 3 times ◦ Highlight the key words & numbers ◦ Read the question again & ask yourself, “What am I given?” “What do I need to find/solve?”
Visualise the information Organise the information Connect the information ◦ Why are the highlighted words & numbers important?
Select a strategy (Think of the 4 operations) Attempt common heuristics – Model-drawing, Guess & Check, Draw a Diagram, Make a Table
Pen the strategy Revise and modify the plan Do not be afraid to start over if plan fails.
Read the question again Check the solution “Are my calculations correct?” “Are the working shown correct?” “Did I answer the question?” “Does my answer make sense?”
Holistic Percentage (in overall CLAssessment marks for the year) Term 1 0% Term 2 20% Term 3 30% Term 4 50% Total 100%
Compo Asst Description Marks Percen Record of TimeTerm nent Mode tage Performance frame 2 Listening Pen- Listening Proficiency Test 1 5 5% Portfolio File Week and - – Appropriate response to 5-10 Paper listening stimulus Speaking Perfor Show and Tell 1 10 10% Portfolio File Week mance – Situational dialogue in 5-10 Task authentic settings Reading Perfor Reading Proficiency Test 1 10 5% Portfolio File Week mance – Able to recognize and 5-10 Task pronounce/read aloud with clarity (read 8 words and 2 phrases from 1A textbook) Total 20% (This percentage constitutes 20% of Overall Marks for the year)
Compo Asst Description Marks Percen Record of TimeTerm nent Mode tage Performance frame 3 Listening Perfor Show and Tell 2 15 15% Portfolio File Week & mance - Situational dialogue in 2-8 Speaking Task authentic settings - Simple question and answer segment (only the presenter is assessed) Reading Perfor Reading Proficiency Test 2 20 5% Portfolio File Week mance - Able to recognize and 2-8 Task pronounce/read aloud with clarity (read 15 words, 4 phrases and 1 sentences from 1A & 1B textbook) Writing Pen- Spelling (randomly) 100 5% Spelling Book Week and- - Able to spell words from a 2-8 Paper given spelling list Languag Pen- Language Proficiency Test 1 50 5% Portfolio File Week e Use and- (Text Book 1A) 2-8 Paper Total 30% (This percentage constitutes 30% of Overall Marks for the year)
Compo Asst Description Marks Percen Record of TimeTerm nent Mode tage Performance frame 4 Listening Pen- Listening Proficiency Test 2 5 10% Portfolio File Week and - – Appropriate response to 2-8 Paper listening stimulus Speaking Perfor 1) Show and Tell 3 15 15% Portfolio File Week & mance - Situational dialogue in 2-8 Reading Task authentic settings - Simple question and answer segment (only the presenter is assessed) 2) Reading Proficiency Test 3 30 - Able to recognize and pronounce/read aloud with clarity (read 20 words, 6 phrases and 4 sentences from 1A & 1B textbook) Writing Pen- Spelling (randomly) 100 5% Spelling Book Week and- - Able to spell words from a 2-8 Paper given spelling list Languag Pen- Language Proficiency Test 2 50 10% Portfolio File Week e Use and- (Textbook 1A , 1B up to L10) 50 10% 2-8 Paper Language Proficiency Test 3 (Textbook 1A & 1B) Total 50% (This percentage constitutes 50% of Overall Marks for the year)
Handwriting: Neatness & Accuracy Listening: Comprehending spoken Malay and following instructions Oral Communications: Able to express ideas clearly in spoken Malay Reading: Projection of voice (loud & clear), pronunciation (accuracy), fluency in reading
Objective: To inspire pupils to develop a love for the Malay Language through reading and conversing Library Period: Fortnightly Pupils are encouraged to read Malay Language books and share stories with classmates
Pupils will be assessed on the following:Handwriting (P1 & P2)Neatness & AccuracyListeningComprehending spoken Tamil & followingInstructions
Oral Communication Able to express ideas clearly in spoken Tamil.ReadingProjection of Voice – loud & clearPronounciation - AccuracyFluency in reading
1. Talk to your daughters in spoken Tamil daily.2. Engage in interesting conversations with her.3. Read out Tamil stories & ask questions to see if she understands the story.4. Ask her what she learnt in school everyday & spend at least 20 minutes daily on Tamil lessons at home with your child.
Communicate with your daughter Strike a balance between work and play You are their role model Plan with your child. Target-setting of goals. Teach them to make sound decisions Reward the smallest successes Inculcate discipline & good attitude expected
To accompany class on field trips (Ratio 1:20) Family Fun Day ◦ 12 March 2011 in OLGC ◦ Thank you for the donations raised Other class/school activities
Together we work hand in hand to achieveLadies of Grace and Character,Leaders of the Future!THANK YOU!