本年度目標

Main Objectives:

1.      To expose students to nine generic skills, with the focus on self-learning, creativity and critical

      thinking through cooperative teaching and learning.

2.      To cater for learner’s diversity through cooperative teaching and learning.

3.      To arouse reading interest and promote reading ability.

4.      To develop writing ability in all levels by using various strategies and tailor-made writing tasks.

 

English Language Learning Targets for Key Stage 1 (P1-3)

Interpersonal Strand / Dimension Knowledge Strand / Dimension Experience Strand / Dimension

1. To establish and maintain relationships and routines in carrying out classroom activities.

2. To exchange short simple messages such as writing greeting cards and notes.

3. To obtain and provide objects and information in simple classroom situations and through activities such as interactive games and role-play.
 

1. To interpret and use simple given information through processes or activities such as labeling, matching, sequencing, describing, classifying; and to follow simple instructions

2.  To state opinions using information and ideas in simple spoken and written texts.

3.  To recognize and solve simple problems in given situations.

4. To recognize some obvious features of the English language in simple spoken and written texts such as the direction of writing in English, the characteristics of an alphabetic script and the sound patterns of English; and apply this awareness to one’s initial learning and use of the language.

 

1. To develop awareness and an enjoyment of the basic sound patterns of English in imaginative texts through activities such as participating in action rhymes, singing songs and choral speaking.

2. To respond to characters and events in simple imaginative and other narrative texts through oral, written and performative means such as:
 making predictions
 making simple evaluative remarks
 drawing pictures, making simple models or objects
 creating captions
 describing one’s related experiences
 participating in the telling of stories

3. To give expression to imaginative ideas through oral, written and performative means such as:
 supplying captions to and/or describing sequences of pictures that tell a story
 supplying captions to and/or describing pictures that depict a scene, object or character
 experimenting with simple sound and word patterns in creating rhymes and poems based on given model
 

English Language Learning Targets for Key Stage 2 (P4-6)

Interpersonal Strand / Dimension

Knowledge Strand / Dimension

Experience Strand / Dimension

1. To converse about feelings interests, preferences, ideas, experiences and plans.

2. To exchange messages such as writing simple letters, making telephone calls and sending postcards and invitations.

3. To obtain and provide objects, services and information in classroom situations and through activities such as interactive games and simple openended role play.
 

1. To interpret and use given information through processes or activities such as matching, sequencing, describing, classifying, comparing, explaining, predicting, drawing conclusions and to follow instructions.

2. To identify ideas in simple spoken and written texts, form opinions and express them.

3. To recognize and solve simple problems in given situations, and describe the solutions.

4. To understand some aspects of how the English language works, including how grammatical features contribute to meaning and how simple texts are organized; and apply this understanding to one’s learning and use of the language.
 

1. To develop an awareness of the basic sound patterns of English and as enjoyment of imaginative texts through activities such as reciting poems and rhymes, singing songs and presenting short simple plays.

2. To respond to characters and events in imaginative and other narrative texts through oral, written and performative means such as:
 Making predictions
 Making inferences
 Making evaluative comments
 Describing one’s feelings towards characters and events
 Relating to one’s experiences
 Imagining oneself to be a character in the story and describing one’s feelings and reactions
 Participating in dramatic activities

3. To give an expression to imaginative ideas through oral, written and performative means such as:
 Constructing with appropriate support simple stories that show some understanding of “setting” and events
 Providing simple oral and written descriptions of a situation, object or character
 Creating simple rhymes and poems with support form the teacher

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