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3 Honesty TVPS Connects 2016

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These slides are for the parents of 3 Honesty 2016. It explains the class structure rules and expectations for students and explains the use of Class Dojo and the Class website to the parents.

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3 Honesty TVPS Connects 2016

  1. 1. 3 Honesty
  3. 3. TEACHERS SubjectSubject Subject TeacherSubject Teacher English, Maths, Science & PHE Mr Guna Mother Tongue (CL) Mdm Nge Yuen Ee (3D) Mdm Oh Ah Yock (3H) Mdm Lim Chai Luang (3K) Mdm Ellen Woon(3L) Mdm Cheng Kah Yong (3R) Mother Tongue (ML) Mr Ghazali (ML Room) Mother Tongue (TL) Mrs Chandramohan (3C) CCE (EL) Mdm Norlela (C01-03) Social Studies Ms Clarrisa Yap Art Mdm Oh Ah Yock Music Ms Toh Xiao Ting
  4. 4. Seating Arrangement Whiteboard Teacher’s Desk Aaryan Samuel Hong Ming Julian Saru Yu Hang Iman Bryan Serene Lennon Brayden Breeann Titus Zong Ming Madhu Jacob Yi Qiang Shawn Yong Jun Jonathan Soh Seng Javen Kayden Bryann Megan Iain Alfred Arjun Thasneem Hua Yu Damien Jean Pei Xuan Chia Jung Natalia
  5. 5. Class Behaviour Management Plan • so that learning and teaching can take place in a safe and conducive environment • Class Dojo
  6. 6. •Personal Appearance •Punctuality •Absence 4 Kindness Behaviour Expectations
  7. 7. Absence from ClassAbsence from Class MC /letter of excuse from parent Worksheets placed in Absentee box
  8. 8. Late ComingLate Coming • A note from parent
  9. 9. Class WebsiteClass Website •
  10. 10. ENGLISH
  11. 11. TVPS Production 2016 © What is STELLAR? STELLAR: Strategies for English Language Learning and Reading An English Language Curriculum for Primary Schools in Singapore Townsville Connects
  12. 12. TVPS Production 2016 © Areas of Language Learning 1.Listening and Viewing 2.Reading and Viewing 3.Speaking and Representing 4.Grammar 5.Vocabulary Townsville Connects
  13. 13. TVPS Production 2016 © ENGLISH Department Programmes Townsville Connects
  14. 14. TVPS Production 2016 © Assessment for Learning Townsville Connects PRIMARY THREE (PERI ASSESSMENT PLAN 2015) SUBJECT: ENGLISH Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Listening and Viewing Semestral Assessment 2 (50%) a.Listening Comprehension (Picture Matching, Note- Taking & Listening Comprehension) a.Oral (Reading Aloud & Stimulus- Based Conversation) a.Composition b.Language Use and Comprehension -Grammar -Vocabulary -Other language items (Synthesis &Transformation, Spelling & Editing) -Comprehension Base Mark: 50 (Weighted) Reading and Viewing Speaking and Representing Reading Aloud [Peer Assessment] Base Mark: 16 Show & Tell 5% Base Mark: 16 (Weighted) Writing and Representing Individual Writing (Picture series with helping words) – Content Development Base Mark: 12 Individual Writing (Picture series with helping words) – Content Development Base Mark: 12 Individual Writing (Picture series with helping words) – Content Development Base Mark: 12 Language Use and Comprehension Mini Test 10% -Grammar -Vocabulary -Comprehension Base Mark: 30 (Weighted) Semestral Assessment 1 30% a.Listening Comprehension (Picture Matching, Note-Taking & Listening Comprehension) a.Oral i. (Reading Aloud & Stimulus ii. Based Conversation) a.Composition b.Language Use and Comprehension -Grammar -Vocabulary -Comprehension Base Mark: 50 (Weighted) Mini Test 5% -Grammar -Vocabulary -Comprehension Base Mark: 30 (Weighted) Total (100%) 10% 30% 10% 50%
  15. 15. TVPS Production 2016 © Parents’ Support For STELLAR • Home support – help your child learn English by providing English language reading materials at home. • Activate child’s interest – show your child that you believe learning English is both enjoyable and useful in your daily life. Townsville Connects
  16. 16. TVPS Production 2016 © For more details and activities regarding the STELLAR curriculum, visit: Townsville Connects
  17. 17. MATHEMATI CS
  18. 18. Programmes • STEP Problem Solving Approach • Integrated Trail • 2nd Hand Goods Rock
  19. 19. TOPICS LEVEL TOPIC CONTENT   P3 WHOLE NUMBERS • Numbers up to 10 000 • Addition and Subtraction • Multiplication and Division FRACTIONS • Equivalent fractions • Addition and Subtraction MONEY • Adding and subtracting  money in decimal notation MEASUREMENT • Length, Mass and Volume • Time AREA AND VOLUME • Area and Perimeter GEOMETRY • Angles • Perpendicular and Parallel  Lines STATISTICS • Bar Graphs
  20. 20. PERI HA
  21. 21. SCIENCE
  22. 22. Primary Science SyllabusPrimary Science Syllabus 24
  23. 23. Sequence of TopicsSequence of Topics 25 LEVEL TERM THEME TOPIC   P3 1 DIVERSITY Classification: Living and Non-Living things Plants Animals   2 DIVERSITY Fungi and Bacteria Exploring Materials 3   INTERACTIONS Magnets CYCLES Life cycle of animals Life cycle of plants(Part 1) 4 CYCLES Life cycle of plants (Part 2)     P4 1 CYCLES What is matter? The 3 states of matter   2 ENERGY Heat   3 ENERGY Light 4 SYSTEM What is a system? Digestive system Plants and their parts
  24. 24. Answering Open-endedAnswering Open-ended QuestionsQuestions
  25. 25. Answering Open-endedAnswering Open-ended QuestionsQuestions Use TCCRTCCR A 2015 TVPS PRODUCTION TT TTopic eg Magnets CC CClues highlight or underline the key words in the question CC CConcept/ Key Ideas eg a magnet has 2 poles RR RReasoning logical answer to the question * Can also be used for MCQ questions
  26. 26. Encourage your child to tell you about what was learnt in class Advise your child to read up on the topic learnt in class after every Science lesson using the textbook. Highlight or underline important points Build up their curiosity by getting them to find out more by asking/ reading/ through internet search Important/ key points to be written in the Practical Note book Must have clear understanding of the basic concepts learnt in order to handle application/ more difficult questions and topics in the upper block How you can help your child inHow you can help your child in ScienceScience
  28. 28. Primary Three PERI Holistic Assessment Plan Mother Tongue
  29. 29.   Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Listening Listening Comprehension (5%)       Semestral Assessment 1 (30%)   a. Listening  Comprehension    b. Oral i. Read aloud  (text/passage)  ii. Picture Description    iii Conversation    c. Composition    d. Language Use &  Comprehension     Semestral Assessment 2 (50%)   a. Listening  Comprehension    b. Oral i. Read aloud  (text/passage) ii. Picture Description    iii Conversation   c. Composition   d. Language Use &        Comprehension    Speaking   Picture Description (5%) Reading Reading Task (5%) Writing Simple Writing Task    Language Use Mini Test 1 Mini Test 2 (5%) Total (100%) 10% 30% 10% 50%
  30. 30. SWIMSAFE R
  31. 31. Information  National Water Safety Programme  Consists of 6 progressive stages  Each stage comprises 12 hours of lesson time  To teach swimming proficiency and water survival skills in a fun manner  Part of the PHE syllabus  Instructor to pupil ratio is 1:10
  32. 32. Stage 1: Introduction to water skills  •The objective is to develop confidence and independence in the  water, learn general and deep-end water safety. Techniques taught  include the forward and backward movement, safe entry and exit  and personal water safety.  Stage 2: Fundamental water skills  •General skill development including unassisted step entry into  water, sculling, feet first surface dives, personal water safety  skills as well as water safety in aquatic environments. Goal is to  achieve 25 metres of continuous swimming.  Stage 3: Personal and Stroke Development Skills  •Principles of personal survival as well as basic rescue skills are  taught. Skills include sculling, underwater skills and the use of  personal flotation device. Goal is to achieve 50m of continuous  swimming. 
  33. 33. Bronze (Bronze Pin): Personal Survival and Stroke Improvement Skills  •Development of child’s stroke techniques is a focus here, along with  coordinated breathing in deep water while swimming 100 metres.  Principles of water craft safety will be introduced as well as continual  work on rescue and personal survival skills.  Silver (Silver Pin): Intermediate Personal Survival and Stroke Refinement  Skills  •Fundamentals of diving will be introduced. Development of rescue skills  and personal survival knowledge will also continue at more advanced  levels. Children will be required to demonstrate efficient stroke  techniques to complete stage 5.  Gold (Gold Pin): Advance Personal Survival and Swimming Skill  Proficiency  •Children will be required to perform strokes with greater ease,  efficiency, power and smoothness over 400 metres. Rescue skills and  water safety knowledge will focus on lifesaving readiness. Standing dive  and personal safety skills will continue to be taught. 
  34. 34. Schedule Classes 3 Kindness, 3 Loyalty, 3 Resilience 3 Care, 3 Diligence, 3 Honesty  Day Monday Tuesday Time 8.00am to 10.00am (Actual Lesson: 8.30am to 9.30am) * Pupils to report at the School Hall by 7.15am Dates TBC via Information Note Venue What to  pack  • Swimming bag to contain towel, goggles, comb and plastic bag • School bag  • Black School Shoes • Wear swim attire underneath PE attire and a pair of slippers  and report  to school  Please  take note • Transport is provided to ferry pupils from school to swimming complex  and back  • Absentees  must  submit  a  copy  of  medical  certificate  or  parent’s  letter  with valid reason(s) to PE teacher  • Pupils  must  have  their  breakfast  before  coming  to  school.  Upon  their  return to school after their swimming lesson, the students will have their  recess (10.00am to 10.30am) before resuming school lessons. 
  35. 35. Leader In Me
  36. 36. The Leaderin Me (7 Habits)
  37. 37. The Leaderin Me (7 Habits)
  38. 38. COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION CHANNELS School Website Class Website Communication Book Child should have it in his/her bag daily. Email Mr Guna sargunan_ilangovan@moe.ed Mdm Oh Ah Hock Mr Ghazali ghazali_b_md_ibrahim@moe.e Mrs Chandramohan madhavi_chandramohan@mo Ms Clarissa Yap yap_yen_ching_clarissa@moe Ms Toh Xiao Ting Contact General Office 64574345 Staff Room 64582896 / 64580967
  39. 39. CLASSDOJO
  40. 40. 0800 Parents’ Workshop – Even Eagles Need A Push 0830 0900 0930 Briefing by P & HODs 1000 Classroom Orientation 1030 1100 CCA Booths (P3) 1130 1200