1 MEET-THE-PARENTS SESSION PRIMARY THREE April 2016 DAMAI PRIMARY SCHOOL
2 P3 Programmes for the year Term 1 Programmes from Term 1 RRP ( 2 times per week) SDR ( 4 times per week) CCM Programme (At the end of every Term)
3 2016 P3 Programmes Term 2 Remedial for selected students - EMS & MT, Mondays & Thursdays Math Enrichment (Wednesdays) Swimsafer Programme - On Fridays for 7 sessions (From 1 April 2016) Learning Journey - Zoo (Tue, 5 April 2016) Parents Workshop (Sat, 2 April 2016) Meet-the-Parents Session (Wed, 25 May 2016)
4 2016 P3 Programmes Term 3 GEP Screening Test (Fri, 26 August 2016) Learning Journey NeWater Visitor Centre (12 July, 13 July 2016) Term 4 GEP Selection Test 18 October (Tuesday) 19 October (Wednesday)
5 P3 Holistic Assessment At P3, focus on building pupils confidence and competency Move away from bite-sized assessment in P1 & P2 Emphasis on formative assessments within lesson Assessment Plan given to parents termly both weighted and non-weighted tests included Assessment tasks filed in Pupils Portfolio (black file). Portfolio returned to parents termly for acknowledgment. Progress Card issued for Term 1 & 3. Holistic Report Card issued for Term 2 and Term 4.
6 P3 Holistic Assessment Term 1 No CA ( skills based, non-weighted tests) Term 2 Topical/ Short tests, SA1 SA 1 papers - Oral - 28 April Composition - 4 May Listening Comprehension - 3 May Main written papers May 2016
7 P3 Holistic Assessment Term 3 Topical / Short Tests (weighted & non-weighted) Term 4 Topical/Short tests, SA2 SA 2 papers (Tentative) - Oral - 11 Oct Composition - 10 Oct Listening Comprehension 14 Oct Written Papers- 26 Oct 4 Nov 2016
8 P3 SA1 & SA2 English COMPONENT CONTENT MARKS ORAL Reading Aloud Stimulus Based Conversation 16 marks LISTENING COMPREHENSION LANGUAGE USE AND COMPREHENSION (1 hr 15 min) Picture matching (MCQ) 4 Short texts (70 90 words each) (MCQ) Vocabulary (MCQ) Grammar (MCQ) 2 Grammar Cloze Passages (FIB) Vocabulary Cloze (FIB) Synthesis (Open ended) Editing 2 Comprehensions: Basic and Non Basic (OE) 14 marks 50 marks
9 P3 SA1 & SA2 English COMPONENT CONTENT MARKS COMPOSITION (50 minutes) Guided pictures with prompts and helping words/ A picture series of 3 pictures and 1 question mark Choose one question Pupils to write at least 100 words 20 marks
10 Oral Pupils will be able to: read and communicate with accurate pronunciation and appropriate intonation communicate ideas fluently, coherently and cohesively when given a stimulus
11 Listening Comprehension Pupils will be able to: use appropriate strategies to process meaning from texts as well as to evaluate spoken, visual and audio texts
12 Language Use and Comprehension Pupils will be able to: process and comprehend questions and texts answer literal, inferential and evaluative questions apply grammatical rules at word, phrase and sentence levels use appropriate words for the different contexts
13 Writing Pupils will be able to: generate ideas based on the pictures given. organise and express their ideas coherently and cohesively. write neatly in paragraphs as well as use accurate and consistent spelling. use good phrases in writing.
14 English Parental Support Encourage your child to read and complete the AVID Reader booklets Use MC online portal for revision n.aspx
15 P3 SA1 & SA2 Mathematics Duration - 1 hr 45 mins Total Marks 80 Section A (20 marks) Section B (40 marks) Section C (20 marks) 10 Multiple Choice Questions (2-marks each) 20 Short-Answer Questions (2-marks each) Structured / Long Answer Questions 4 questions ( 3-marks each) 2 questions ( 4-marks each)
16 P3 Mathematics - SA 1 Topics Whole Numbers (within ) Addition & Subtraction (within ) Multiplication Tables (6,7,8 & 9) Multiplication and Division Money Word Problems (up to 2 steps)
17 P3 Mathematics - SA 2 Topics Whole Numbers Fractions Topics Measurement (Length, Mass, Volume) Time Money Geometry Data Analysis (Picture Graphs)
18 P3 Mathematics - SA 2 Topics Whole Numbers (within ) Addition & Subtraction (within ) Multiplication Tables ( 2 to 10) Multiplication and Division Parental Support : Drilling children basic addition and subtraction facts within 20 Get children to commit to memory multiplication facts from 2 to 10
19 P3 Mathematics - SA 2 Topics Measurement (Length, Mass, Volume) Estimate & measure length in metres and centimetres Estimate distance in kilometres and metres Measure mass in kilograms and grams Measure volume of liquid in litres and millilitres Conversion of a bigger unit to a smaller unit e.g. 4 m = 400 cm, 6 m 8 cm = 608 cm Parental Support : expose children to real objects during shopping or at home.
20 P3 Mathematics - SA 2 Topics Fractions Understanding the concepts of equal parts of a whole Equivalent fractions Simplifying fractions Comparing fractions Adding and Subtracting unlike fractions Parental Support : expose children to real objects that can be cut into equal parts in daily life
21 P3 Mathematics - SA 2 Topics Money Count amounts of money in dollars and cents Make up an amount using different denominations Convert an amount in decimal notation to cents only or vice versa Problem solving addition and subtraction only Parental Support : give children opportunities in daily life to handle dollars and coins
22 P3 Mathematics Problem Solving Remarks (up to 2 steps) Whole Numbers Fractions Measurement Money 4 operations Addition and subtraction 4 operations Addition and subtraction (in dollars and in decimal notation)
23 Suggested Activities for self directed learning for problem solving skills ogin.aspx for topical revision for educational games
24 Science P3 Topics for SA 1 Theme: Diversity - Living and Non- Living Things - Plants - Animals - Fungi & Bacteria - Materials
25 Science P3 Topics for SA 2 Theme: Diversity - Living and Non- Living Things - Plants - Animals - Fungi & Bacteria - Materials Theme: Systems - Plants and Human Body Theme: Interactions - Characteristics of Magnets Part of the topic Making magnets will be taught in P4 Books will continue to be used in P4
26 P3 Science SA1 & SA2 Booklet A Strengthen on concepts and Process skills Mastery of Science concepts by topic Application of Basic Process Skills - classifying, comparing, simple investigative skills SA1: Target for MCQ - Pupils are to score at least 70% correct (14 out of 20 marks) SA2: Targets for MCQ Pupils are to score at least 70% correct (28 out of 40 marks)
27 P3 Science Format of Paper Booklet B Application of Science concepts and process skills Investigative skills eg. Concept of Fair Test SA1: Target for Open-ended questions - to score at least 50% correct (5 out of 10 marks) SA2: Target for Open-ended questions - to score at least 50% correct (10 out of 20 marks)
28 P3Science Steps to Processing & Answering MCQ & Open-ended questions R I P Read the question/part question Identify the topics & key concepts Process the question using Process and/or Investigative Skills
29 Science Parental Support Suggested activities: Important P3 topics Diversity & classifying process skills (Infused with P3 Project work to provide students with experiential learning) Read textbooks, guidebooks, McOnline resources Revisit workbook exercises, revision papers & worksheets, Science notes in Science Files Concept map in journals Watch Science Documentary on OKTO Channel (Mon, Wed, Fri from 9 to 10 pm)
30 P3 Mother Tongue ML, CL and TL Paper 1 Component Marks 1 Composition 15 2 Language use and comprehension 45 3 Listening Comprehension (MCQ) 10 4 ICT-enabled Oral examination (Video) (NEW!) 30
31 P3 Mother Tongue ML, CL and TL Paper 1 (Writing) Pupils are required to: Write at least in a continuous prose ML 80 words CL 80 words TL 40 words Weave a story from a series of 4 pictures. May use the helping words given for each pictures to help them sequence their story. Use grammar, punctuation and vocabulary appropriately.
32 P3 Mother Tongue ML, CL and TL Paper 2 (Language use and comprehension) Pupils are required to: Demonstrate understanding the content of textual information. Identify key messages, main ideas and details in a variety of written texts. Show understanding; make judgment and evaluation by reading and/or viewing closely critically. Demonstrate the correct use of grammar, spelling and punctuation, and the appropriate use of vocabulary in given contexts.
33 P3 Mother Tongue ML, CL and TL Paper 3 (Listening Comprehension) MCQ Pupils are required to listen to a range of texts for a sustained period of time. Part 1: Listen and match teacher s reading to the correct pictures. Part 2: Demonstrate understanding the content of a variety of spoken texts. Infer and draw conclusions by listening critically.
34 P3 Mother Tongue MT Paper 4 (ICT-enabled Oral examination) Reading aloud Students are required to read aloud, pronounce and articulate words clearly and read fluently with appropriate expression and rhythm in order to convey the information, ideas and feelings in a passage. Video conversation Students are required to converse effectively with grammatical accuracy based on a video clip. Students may elaborate by giving examples, share their opinions, thoughts and personal experience.
35 Mother Tongue Parental Support Engage your child with a host of interesting and relevant digital multimedia resources, including games that can be found in the TINTA website. 学乐 for CL pupils (Revision of Chinese characters and words) (Use McOnline for revision) (Assigned tasks and already completed exercises will be made available throughout the year.) (Develops and enhances knowledge and skills in the Tamil Language with the digital interactive resources in the Sangamam) Use Word games such as Pintar Peribahasa (idiom) and Pintar Bahasa app which can be downloaded into your android handphone and tablet to reinforce his/her learning of the language in an enjoyable manner.
36 Mother Tongue Parental Support Expose your child to the use of Mother Tongue Watch infotainment programmes. Exposure to mother tongue in authentic settings and support his/her learning of the language. Use every opportunity as a teaching moment for the language. Make learning of mother tongue fun for your child!
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