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WHO WE ARE (1) plants and animals

PROGRAM OF INQUIRY People play to learn, explore and have WHERE WE ARE IN TIME & PLACE (6) HOW WE
Traditional EXPRESS
rhymes OURSELVES
and stories are part(5)of our HOW THE WORLD WORKS (2) SHARING THE in our homes
PLANET ( 3)and HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES (4)
The world around me now influences my dreams in the Definition of living
classrooms havethings (human?,
necessary We use different systems to help keep us
Central Idea fun. daily life and our passsed on from generation to The world is affected by many kinds of weather animals and
future essentials in plants), What and
ordr to grow do living
stay organized
-systems at home, school and community
1. Importance of play, environment as a It is ok to have dreams about the future, environment Definition of rhymes generation.
and stories , influences of Different kinds of weather around the world, how things needhealthy.
in order to grow,
- importance of organization
Lines of Inquiry factor for learning how to play,personal has a big influence in one's life, how the environment rhymes and stories,difference of true stories from weather can cause natural disaster,many factors examining growth and change in
- maintaining organization
definition of play. I'm living in can help me make believes stories. affect the weather both natural and manmade living organisms
Concepts function,
conflict, connection, diversity,
communication, reflection just form , connection, responsibility forms, perspective, reflection form, causation, reflection form, ,responsibility,
Animals change
organism, biodiversity, form , function and responsibility
Related Concepts and cooperation Identity, dependence, impact Traditions, systems, cultures, beliefs, diversity atmosphere and climate classification. cooperation, communication, roles
Profiles Communicators, Thinkers Knowledgeable, Inquirer, Knowledgeable, Open Minded, Communicators Inquirers, Thinkers, Caring Inquirers, Caring, Reflective Knowledgeable. Thinkers. Courageous.
Attitudes
Appreciation, Cooperation, Curiosity Appreciation, commitment Creativity, Appreciation, Respect Appreciation, Curiosity Commitment, Appreciation Independence. Appreciation. Enthusiasm.
Subject Focus English, PSPE Social Studies, English English, Social Studies Science, Math Science Social studies. English
Social Studies Strands Identify Resources
and accepting and Environment
responsibities and Continuity and change through time Continuity and change through time Human and natural environments Resources
Oral and the
& Listening environment
: K2 Students - Human systems and economic activities
Transdisciplinary Skills roles inSelf-Management.
Social. play ,growth , family and friends.
Communication. Thinking, Communication Exploration, chronology Geography, impact, regions Writing :Research.
Thinking. Learn new set of letters
Communication. Communications. Cooperation.
Analyse
Listening andsensitively
learn about to the
others.importance
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resolve conflict fine ,andadopt the blends,blend letters to form words, read three letter experiences and knowledge. grasping meaning and taking The ways in which humans connect
cooperatively. gross Everything has a form. Everything has a purpose Use and analyze evidenceWritingfrom a -variety
K2 students
of Sound off the given letters and join
Skills variety
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group roles and change.;
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pattern and tellevents
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to trace full sources
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and a role.
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: K2 to explore
students andbe
will adjust
able meanings, join words to form phrases, read and tell sound off new observing and describing. diverse understanding
awareness. Developing speaking skills. Students willset of letters
learn about the in thetypesalphabet ( G, O,
of weather toLearners
form words.
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understand letter Students will learn how to appreciate a trip
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improve eye and coordination,
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Possible Learning Outcomes body parts and functions, growth and around the world
Students will and how their
develop the environment
sense of place affects patterns and sequences occur in by understanding the factors that need to
Science Strands and responsibility.
pencil correctly, listen Students
to and will learn
understand pictures of some andcommon
what their interests
people are animals, and
,places, rhymes and stories and how it can influence cvc , simple and tricky words responsibilities in society
Living
change
about The inthings,
my body,
students
teamwork materials
and willliving
how toand
develop matter.
non-living
their
communicate Materials and matter. Weather Observation,
weather
and Earth
climate or
and space and tell
exploration
vice-versa
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climate, telleveryday
their meanings.
Livingplants,
Classification, things
situations. They will be
animals, K3 bestudents will learn
considered whenvocabulary
organizingwords a trip.and
Related Concepts stories being told. Identify
things the 6 letter things.Write and spell the correct word for a given K3 Students Gases,
: Everyliquids,
language has a form and
solids meanings Consider. Tell simple
geography, rules
scientific in spelling .Blend able to identify,
models
systems describe,
systemsextend and learn how will
Learners to express
developtheir reflection of their
an understanding of
observational
during skills by using their senses Study ofgrowth,
characteristics of living
namesplay. They will
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skills by createand patterns in variouswithways. knowledge . Read and spell simple words .
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record changes theObserve carefully in order to of gather data things its relationship the how measurement involves the comparison
both fine
alphabet and gross
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andand and
write they
create
the blends collection and organization of information helps to
and digraphs. changes collection
constantly.and organization
Read and comprehend information
short Use ausingvariety of tools
their senses and to instruments
gather and record to measure K3 students - Listening & Reading : of objects Write and
and read long vowel
the ordering and sounds.
sequencing
will use their
spatial observations
awareness. to identfy make sense of the world. They will sort, describe and Students will explore helpstheto way objects and environment
given letters . Blend and sound off the stories. Construct simple - sentence pattern . information,
Learners willand K3 will
data
they
develop students
accurately
an use their -canobservations
understanding comprehend
of how the Read cvc will
to Learners , word families and tricky
understand Construct
of events.simple sentences
be able .Read tricky
simple patterns. Students will show care label objects by attributes and represent information phenomena
make offunction,
senseusing the world.and will will
They recognize basic
sort, describe They will learn about thethat whole
different They will to identify,
Possible Learning Outcomes given words. Oral & Listening :K3 K2 - The students will learn new set of letters ( Z, read words flash cards . and readsimple
identify
collection consonant
and patterns,
organization digraphs
make and tricky helps
predictions
of information words
andto words and tell
numbers their patterns
exhibit meanings. andJoin wordscompare and and
spelldescribe
them . attributes
K2 students - will
of real
andStudents
respect for willthemselves,
sort other by
real objects living cause
and and
labeleffect relationships. They
andwill be aware living things that surround them
students : Letter recognition both name W,inNg, graphs
v, oo including
) . Learnpictographs
rhymes and and poems
tally marks.
. Spell objects by attributes represent .Blend and read
make sense of discuss simple
the world. and
their compound
ideas.
They words . words to form phrases
will sort, describe relationships that can be observed . Identify the learn new set of letters ( ai,
objects as well as describe and sequence j, oa, ie, ee ,
things
Number
attributes, and
and sounds the
system,
create environment.
Measurement,
graphs using
(upper&lower Students
case real Data will
objects
letters), and read cvc words . Read and understand stories. of different
K2 students perspectives.
information
- Identify and sound off the Spell words thatthe contains digraphs
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label objects by way objects
attributes andand
and blends.
phenomena
represent correct
and phrase and
described, for athat
giventhe picture
patterns . or ) familiar
Writeevents
full namein on their
their daily own . Blend
routine.
Math Strands develop theircompare
and
segmenting observational
handling
phonetic words.skills
quantities. by using
Writing : Blend Learners Data
letters handling,
towill Shape
understand
form words, andshapes
that
phrases space
and readhavesimple 42 graphsData
in letters handling,
including
in Jolly measurement
pictographs
Phonics. Learn and
rulestally marks.
in spelling. Read andandData handling,
tell will
the recognizepattern
meanings and
of some function
sight Pattern and function, Number Measurement, Number
function, information basic cause andwords.
effect Read
can be and understandusing
represented sentences
numbers and letters to form words. Read and understand
Possible Learning Outcomes their senses.
Students They write,
willwrite
read, will also learncompare
count, to take characteristics thatfull
canname
be described
Identify and the short vowel family sentences. Write on their and
own.compared.
Identify Blend and read word. Read phrases and simple Identify
graphsand
relationships.
in tell long
Students
including vowels andandtheir
will communicate
pictographs phonetic
tally their
marks. stories .and Oral & Writing
other : Spell and Learners
symbols. stories .will
Tellunderstand
and write spelling words.are
that numbers
care
and of
order themselves
numbers. They will understand and use common language to Learners will develop an understanding
English Strands and their oral, listeningsound
phonetic ,visual, written
. Read and spell between a vowel oral, visual,
and a writing
consonant. ,reading
Learn a spelling Oral, Listening,
setences. Write full Reading
name ,and address andhow
Writingof Oral,
ideasListening
sounds. Write
or provide , Speaking
the correct , Reading
word
explanations for
using and
a given
their Writing
picture
own Oral, Listening
write simple words., Reading
Traceand fullWriting
name. used Oral,
Write for Speaking,
rhyming
many words.
different Reading,
purposes Writing
in the real
Possible Learning Outcomes Students
short vowel will familyidentify
. Read and compare
tricky words. describe
rule. Spellpaths,
and writeregions
words andonboundaries of their
the given picture. measurement involves
telephone the comparison
number in memory.of objects that
scientific has long
experience voweland sound.
vocabulary
Learners will understand that patterns and Learners will understand that world. They will
attributes of real objects. immediate environment. and the ordering and sequencing of events. They
Library Skills sequences occur in everyday situations. They will numbers are used for many different develop an understanding of one-to-one
will be able to identify, compare and describe
Reflection and Appreciation: Face art, Read and learn about rhymes and stories Vocabularybe wordsable and
to reflection purposesBooks in about
the real living things.
world. They will Planning and documenting
correspondence and conservation trips of
Learners will continue to work with 2D and 3D shapes, attributes of real
rainbow colors, primary and secondary developing the understanding that shapes are classified objects as well as describe and familiar events in identify, describe, extend and create patterns in develop an understanding of one-to- number, and be able to count and use
Art Strands various ways. one correspondence and number words and numerals to represent
colors
The students will enjoy working both Students willnamed
and Responding.
learn how to create
according Creating.
and properties.
to their reflect about their Students will Responding.
have daily
their creativeCreating.
exploration of the
routine. Responding. Creating.
Students will learn how to communicate their Responding. Creating. Responding.
communicate their knowledge thru Students will communicate through art and Creating.
Visual Arts Possible Learning conservation of number, and be able quantities.
individually and in small groups. Students can mention dreams of the future.
correctly all the instruments that different rhymes and stories. knowledge thru creating posters. melodycreating
a song.posters.
Learning and craft projects their experiences.
Outcomes
Music Possible Learning instruments), percussion instruments slow (largo), medium (andante) and fast to distinguish of art in Indonesia (provinces) with to
Jesus loves the little children , Blind man are in the &
Ressurection orchestra
Ascencion and, can Good
The cite properly
Samaritan while
, Ten Life of Paul from Conversion to toMissionary memorize
Isaac,and of the&melody
Jacob Esau , using
Joseph do-re-
,
Outcomes originated from the country of Brazil and (allegro). As well as any song can celebration listening
Joshua of audio
& Caleb, David or ,looking
Esther,the Jonahpictures.
, Daniel, count use number words and Feeding the 5000 , Jesus calms the storm ,
Biblical Studies Howseesto,Creation
move safely , The first family,
in defined space Noah(self listening to classicalLepersmusic
, Lazarusaudio. (connection) Journey . mi-fa-sol and
Mosessmooth
Sharp, playand
, Samson with the right
,Samuel
powerful
The Christmas Story numerals to represent quantities. Jesus healed the paralyzed man ,
Creative Movement and general space) Part of body that can be used to dance Facial expressions, Fast and slow movements movements
Computer Strands Tuxpaint: Creating
Draw and communicating
themselves using different Colaborating and communicating Tuxpaint: Creating and communicating
draw characters they found in the The students Investigating
will learnand communicating
to click Investigating Make
and drag pictures of Kidspiration: and communicating
a mind map of Kidspiration: Creating
make anda communicating
mindmap of what they
Possible Learning Outcomes tools in the application Kidspiration: make the plans for the future nursery rhymes or folktales. different weathers to powerpoint presentation. living things and non living things. can bring to a trip
PE Strands Identity and Interaction Activie Living and Interaction Identity Activie Living and Interaction Activie Living and Interaction
Skills Traditional games and swimming Group games Games taken from story books Basic Athletics (run, jump, throw) swimming and athletic Group games (bat,rope,ball)
have
Possible Learning Outcomes Identitiy 1. identify t hemselves in relation Active Living: 1. engage in a v ariety of different Recognize that others have emotion, feelings and 1. identify when their actions have impacted on engage in a variety of different
impacted on others
PSPE Strands both to
Self concept,
development, inInteractions
their peers and in personal and social physical activitiesboth in their peers perspectives
Identity
development, that may
Develop a suitable be different
Interactions
vocabulary from with
to deal theirthe
own others.
Approach2. talknew about
and their
Interactions interactions
sometimes with the physical
challenging challengingactivities
Interactions
situations within a safe development, Interactions
both in their peers and in
Skills others around the world. and in others around the world. issues and relationships they will encounter. situations within a safe environment environment others around the world.
Possible Learning Outcomes Learners interact, play and engage with Learners have an awareness of themselves and how Learners interact, share ideas, cooperate, and Learners interact with, and demonstrate care for, Learners are aware that their Learners interact and engage with others,
others, sharing ideas, cooperating and they are similar and different to others. communicate feelings in developmentally local environments. behavior affects others and identify sharing ideas, cooperating and
PROGRAM OF INQUIRY
Grade 1 WHO WE ARE (1)

Central Idea Family provides a sense of belonging.


- The importance of roles and responsibilities
of family members.
- The impact of positive relationships and
Lines of Inquiry spiritual health at home.
Concepts Function, Responsibility
Related Concepts Dependence, family, identity, relationship
-Explore the similarities and differences of
Knowledgeable, Principled, fromCaring
Profiles
Attitudes some different families personal
Independence,
histories in chronologicalcommitment, orderrespect
(family
Subject Focus Social
members
- Social organization and culture family that
studies,
and the
PSPE,relationship
Language in
Social Studies Strands make it different
- Dependence, fromidentity
family, each family).
-Define own roles and responsibilities
Transdisciplinary Skills Self-management
Identify roles, skills,
rights, and thinking skills.within
responsibilities in
the family,
-Understand
Listening:
Identify the class,
Listen
needsand/or
to of
others school.
our bodyand respond
to grow and
Skills society. the relationship of addition
-Compare
healthy
appropriately.andchildren
strong and(food, adults
water, rights and air,
clothing,
subtraction.
Possible Learning
Science Outcomes
Strands responsibilities
healthy
Speaking: and
environment).
Takes roles.
Understand thatturns
numbers speaking
can be constructed
-Keluarga/
Reading:
Getting
in a multiple used
Know healthy
the parts
ways,Vocab living.
of a book,
for example e.g. titleand
combining
Family: Family Member/
page, contents. Know that in English, andprint
Related Concepts Causation
partitioning. They will use the language of ofis
Identify
Kosakata
-read
The orAnggota
students generate
will Keluarga,
a question
gain an Rolesorbottom.
problem
understanding to
be from
addition
explored. left
and to right
subtraction and top
(add, to
take away plus,
Skills Responsibility
cause andWrite at
effectfor home/
relationship Peran dan
(food some tanggung
they eat/
Writing:
minus). Develop a purpose
strategies forusing
memorizing basic
Possible Learning Outcomes jawab
their di rumah(pada
environment withkeluarga),
their Description
health)
features
addition of
and text type.
subtractionUse relevant
number vocabulary.
facts.
Listening:
about
Number their Stories
family
systems
about
(whatfamilies
their roles andModel
Math Strands Trait: ideas
multiplication
Speaking: and
Presentation
responsibility)/ divion
Penjelasan ofmengenai
about whole
your numbers.
family
peran
Possible Learning Outcomes Model
Reading:
dan fractions
Stories
tanggung using
about
jawab, maniplulatives.
Families
Children Grammar:
song/Lagu anak
Phase
Hear, 1 :alphabeth,numbers
read and write initial 1-40
letter , puluhan,
sounds.
Bahasa Indonesia Writing:
(ambilkan choose a
bulan,bu; topic,
bangunmaking your
tidur). topic
ratusan,.
Know the anggota
name and badan,
mostanggota
common keluarga.
sound
better (details)
ISL Lagu dua
associated mata
with saya.
every new
lettervocabs
in the : subyek
English
Trait:
Showideas
Responsibility
curiosity- and
returnaskbooks
questions in goodabout
English Strands alphabet. Grammar:
condition - know the rules
artworks connections between them. of the library -
Express
Possible Learning Outcomes Capital
demonstrateletters, periods,
good manners Excalmation
and respectpoints
opinions
We enjoyabout an artworkdifferent
and experience & enjoy forms ofwhile
experiencing arts.
Library Skills in the
artworks library - listen to stories
The art is a means of communication and
ArtPossible
Visual Arts StrandsLearning expression. Explain the different ttypes of art.
Outcomes How color works (primary and secondary color)
Drama Possible Learning
Outcomes display audience etiquette and appropriate responses
Music
Responding and Performance
God's Family
Music Possible Learning Family relationships in the Bible.
Outcomes Function: children can understand
Roles and responsibilities the writing a
of family members
Biblical Studies from
Timethe Bible.
(slow, medium, fast) as an element of
Creative Movement dance.Family Game , Slow Race

Desktop publishing/ word processing


Computer Strands Typing
Log into computer
using one word single sign on

How to use 10 fingers for


typing
Know how to make capital letters using the shift
key or cap locks
- How to open an internet browser and How to
ype an internet address
Possible Learning Outcomes

PE Strands Interactions
Skills -Traditional
Aware of themselves, their role in
games and swimming thestyle
free family -
Possible Learning Outcomes understand
Our bodies each person
change as is an individual
Identify
-Identity
Developthemselves
appropriateinwe grow to others (for
relation
daily tasks and
PSPE Strands example, family,
responsibility peers,atschool
at child home class, ethnicity,
- developing
Skills gender)
independence builds self-worth and personal
Possible Learning Outcomes responsibility -
WHERE WE ARE IN PLACE AND TIME (3)

Children's games and toys around the world have changed ove
- Explore games and toys around the world.
- Compare the games/toys of today with those of
parents/grandparents.
- Identify why toys and games change over time.
Function, Change, Connection
Production, chronology, innovation
-Open-minded,
Explore and share instances of changes and continuity in
family and localRisk-takers, Thinker
histories (Grandparents/ parents toys with
Curiosity,
their toys).Confidence
Social studies,
-Explore similarities
PSPE and differences between past and
present (what
Continuity and changetoys same, what are
through time the differences?).
-Make
•Students
a research
will develop
about their
toys observational
around the world.
skills by using
Self-management
Use and analyze skills,
evidence research
from skills.
a variety
-Show
their senses
curiosity to gather
and askand questions
record about of
information historical,
a person
about orgames
event of
geopraphical,
personal
and toys, and and
significance.
they societal
will use sources.
their observations to identify
Listening: Listen carefully and respond appropriately, asking
patterns
questionsofofgames, make predictions about the use of a new
game, andand refine oftheir
Materials
others. matters ideas.
Know the name shapes,
waye/g suqre, triangle, circle, the
•They will
Speaking: explore
Articulate
History, innovation, theclearly objects
so that function,
others identify
can hear.
rectangle, diamond, heart, oval, star, and cresent.
parts of
Reading: a toy,
Read and
aloudgain an
with understanding
increased of
accuracy, cause and and
fluency effect
The
Listening:
Make connectionTo instructions
predictions
relationships. ofand
2D shapes of new
hypotheses and games
3D shapes.and to presentations
expression.
Understands
from classmates the common language to describe each shape.
Writing:
Events can
Speaking: Develop
be stories
ordered bywith
Presentation/Reporting aand
setting,
sequenced. about characters
Understands
their ownand toy athey
systems
Mainan
Shape dan
and Permainan/
Space, Time Toys Games: Indonesian
sequence
for describing
made of events.
and parent's
traditional position
games. Form
toysand
Rules andletters correctly
direction. and
Understands
games- Following
in games consistently.
rules how scale
in games.
Trait:
(ratio)Organization
Reading:
Provincesis used
Books
in to reduce
about
Indonesia. toysand
Write enlarge
and games
explanationshapes.
from around
about one the
gameworld
Mainan tradisional :middle,
congklak, bekel, engklek. different
Grammar:
Writing: Beginning, end (putting things in: the
they choose and how to play it. right
tradisional
Build and usegames around
collections indonesia.
of interesting newand vocabs bermain,
significant
order)
(verbs)
words. dan obyek
Discuss the meaning of unfamiliar words
Trait: Organization
encountered in reading.
Grammar: Irregular nouns and proper nouns
People makememorizemeaning through the use to of symbols. Fold and
Connection- library number borrow books, explaing the meaning of overdue and the purpose -
cutParticipate
paper intoinsymmetrical
individual and collaborative
shapes. Cut our acreative
variety experiences.
of
Create
shapes artwork
to make in response
a game or a totoy.a They
variety canofalso
stimuli.
overlap shapes
to show distance by here, near or far.

explore basic bodily movements and the use of space

Reflection and Performing

Function: musical instruments were imitated to be played by c


God is the same yesterday, today and forever
Differentiate beginning, middle and end movements in a
dance. Locomotor and Non locomotor movements.Traveling
Tribes (dance
Research skills,to locom Publishing
Desktop and nonloc/ Word
in groups).
Processing,
Spreadsheet Skill
Recognize multimedia (text, audio, image, video)
Indentify multimedia terms (slide/card, link/button, rexr box)
Put a backgroup colour to a page
insert a picture
change text colour
Compose short stories using story bird
compose longer stories using mircosoft word know vocabulary
(desktop, monitor, CPU, mouse, keyboard application, browser)
-

Identity
Locomotion
Recognize that acting upon instructions and being aware of
others helps to ensure safety
-Interaction
Recognize the value of playing in games together with their
friends (rules, attitudes) - listen respectfully to others
Take turns
- Accept different roles in playing games and work cooperately -
taking turns - cooperate with others
HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES (4)

Our thoughts and feelings affect the way we express


ourselves through different inventions
- Inventors invented different things to solve their
problems
- identifying simple problems that can be solved with
new inventions
Perspective,
- Explore whyCausation,
people invent Formthings and the effect to
people
Innovation, progress, technology
Inquirers, Reflective
Appreciation, Curiosity
-Exploring different
Social studies, Science,inventions
Art over time.
-Identifying simple problems
Continuity and Change Through Time that can be solved with new
inventions.
Communication
-Evaluating the impact skills, Thinking skills, Research skills
of inventions.
Acquisition
-Compare of knowledge, comprehension, analysis
Listening:inventions
Demonstrate according
‘attentiveto itslistening’
importance,and and
give
engageexplanation
understandswith that about
anotherevents it.
speaker.
in daily routine can be described
Forces and energy writing:
and sequenced. (before, after, Structure
today,atomorrow)
story with a
beginning,
Understands
Forms
Use middle
of energy
scientific the and
(electric),
vocabulary end.
use of standard
to units
Technological
explain to observations
their measure for
advances.
Students
example, will choose
length, one
Speaking:
mass, invention
money, time,and
Articulate use
clearly scientic
so that
temperature.
and experiences
vocabulary to
that tools can be used to measure. andis
others can be
hear. able to describe how
Reading: that invention
Identify
Understand
made
describeand works.
story
writing:
Understand
Penemu focus
dan that -settings
using
temuan/measures and
action
Inventors characters,
canwords,
fall
and userecognising
words
inInventions:
between to tell
numbers
Research
that they
Measurements
how you may
feel and
on a measurement
about invention beandfrom
being
scale. different
descriptive
Understand
inventors. times
Pick one theand places.
procedures
invention andfor
finding area,
inventors andperimeter
make writing Speaking:Presentation
and volume.
about it and present itabout
in
an of the classroom Grammar: Begin to re-read own
invention
front
writing for sense and accuracy. ReadReading: and respond
Books to
Penemu
question -penemu
words, dari
e.g. what,Indonesia.
where, new
when, vocabs
who, :
why
about inventors
Trait:
Reading Word
books Choice
about inventions - apply alphabetical
Recognize
We express
Grammar: that
our
Verbs personal
responses
(past surrounding
to artwork
tense/present a variety of skills
and
intense)
of authors
geographical
ways. Identifysurname
factors as
and create filing
influence word isolation
varioussubject
subject to retieve
matter.
matters.Initial
develop
books -
responses the
confident
to ability
an andto
artwork cooperate
independent
in visual,and communicate
book
oral selection
or physical with
(landscapes, seascapes and portraits) Our thoughts and
others
modes in creating drama
feelings dictate the colors and things we put into our
subject matters. Talk about ideas and feelings in
response to dramatic performance

Reflection: the historical development of the instrument


Reflection
from era toand Performing
era (string and percussion instruments).
Children ale to play songs using instruments they liked

God is a creative God, Christian inventors


magical movement (create movement sentences from
locomotor and non locomotor movements). Choosing
which locomotor
Understand and non
important locomotor
issues movements
of technology basedthat
on
are suitable
society for each
and the dance/song/character.
knowledge of ethical behavior when
using the computer
Idenitify the uses of technology -

discuss ownership of work created on


the computer
Explore internet resources and information using teacher
created bookmarks -
Discuss
resources/information and idenify how useful it is and
how apporpriate and safe it is for the class

Interactions
-Movement
Expressing
recognize their own idea that
oncomposition
our experiences different
helps from others
us to understand
because of the
ourselves better differences of family background,
character, abilities, and interest - decribe how they have
identity
grown and changed - Identify strategies and explore
Describe
strategieshow
thatthey
helphave
themgrown
to copeand changed
with change - willingly
approach and persevere with new situations
HOW THE WORLD WORKS (5)

-Living
Identify the major
things phasesa in
go through the lifeofcycles
pattern of animals and
changes.
plants
- Plants and animals go through life cycles to keep it
existance

Change, Form
Animals, biology, growth, plants
Inquirers, thinkers
Appreciation, Curiosity
Science, Math, Language
-Explore
Human and similarities and differences between sequence
natural environment
events.
Research skills, self-management
-Make predictions in order to testskills, social skills.
understanding.
Orientate in relation to place and time.
-Create life cycle model to show their understanding.

Listening:
Living Listen
things
Understand that and remember
pattern a sequence
can be found of
in everyday
•Students
instructions.
situations, will develop
for example their
sounds,observational
actions, skills
objects, by
andusing
even
Pattern, animals, plants, growth, systems, biology
their
nature senses
Speaking:(and to
Speak gather and
clearlyThey
life cycle). record
and can information,
confidently
uselifewords, and
in adrawing,
range of they
Identify
will patterns
use their
contexts, they
observations
including have
longer in daily
to identify patterns, make
symbols,
Daur action
kehidupan/ and
Lifenumbers
cycle: to describe
Related pattern.
vocabularies. Life cycle
predictions
speaking and
turns. refine
Practice their ideas.
to improve performance when
Example:
of plants Even,
and odd
animals and in skip
Bahasa.counting.
Observe They can they
plants analyse
reading
Pattern aloud.
and
pattern and Function
functioning using words, tables, and graphs.
planted
Reading: and
Readmakeandreport
follow about it. Choose one plant/
They canmake
animal, describe
posterthe ruleinstructions
about for
its pattern
life cycle,
to acarry
inpresent out
varietyit
an
of
in ways.
front
activity.
Listening:Identify the main points
videos about life cycles or gist of a text.
of the classroom.
Writing:
Speaking:Write
Partnerbook reviews summarising what a book is
Discussion
Daur
about. hidup binatang.
Develop new vocabs
descriptions : binatang-binatang.
of-settings in stories.ratings
Reading:
Reading
Create Life
books Cycle
artworkabout books
in life cycle
response to Evaluation
a range ofskills:
stimuli
Trait: Sentence
Writing: Fluency
Explanatory - writing about
and bibliography
combine differentskills:
formal recording
elements topatterns
author and atitle-
create having a
specific
Trait:
contextOrganization
for remembering books - particpate in partner,
effect . Analyze
We reflect on our theartwork
relationships
and thewithin work an of artwork and
others. Can
group and
construct class
meanings reading
describe what they
repeat patterns found in nature or works of art. Recreate notice about an a
artwork
famous picture and or draw a picture displaying the life
cycle of a plant or animal.

create roles in response to props, set and costumes

Reflection and Performing

Form: the carnival animal by Saint Saeë ns' {children lear


God is the giver of life
popping plastic

Technological Devices, Draw and Paint


locate files and navigate path independently
Know how to organize files
Know how to evaluate
websites How to take a digital
photo
Download and upload
photos

Collaborate with peers on digital projects

Identity
Adventure challenge
Identify when their actions have impacted others
-interaction
The interaction of nature and humankind - Our actions
towards other influence their actions toward us -
Identify when their
independently use actions
differenthave impacted
strategies to others
resolve conflict -
ask questions and express wonderings -
HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES (2) SHARING THE PLANET (6)
-decomposition of different materials and
prosess
Our personalof recycling
choices can change our
Our community is made up of many people who w - Identify
environment. things peope do to safe
environment and actions they can do in their
environment to safe their environment
-roles of people around me - Evaluate how good/ bad environment effect
-interacting successfully in
Cooperation, employment, authority, roles, our community their life and see the effect of it
Connection,
interdependence, Function Responsibility,
Resources, renewable Change,and Reflection
non-renewable
Citizenship, Community, Roles resources
Communicators, Caring Reflective, Open-minded
Cooperation, Respect, Tolerance Commitment, Integrity, Empathy
-Examine the responsibilities of people
-How
Social the right of a person directly affects their
studies towards
Science, the Math, environment.
Art
responsibilities.
Human systems amd economic studies -Report
Resources or and
persuade people to make a right
the environment
-Investigate
Listening: how
Listen services and systems
carefully to questions influence
and choice in order to take care our resources.
Social
societal skills,
rightsCommunication
and skills.
responsibilities. Thinking
Assess
-Develop theskills,
a criticalreserach
accuracy, skills.and
validity,
perspective possinle bias
regarding
instructions.
Understand that common language can be used to Grouping according to its attribute, gathering
Identify
-Explore roles, right, and responsibilities in society. of sources.
describe people's
Speaking: jobs direction,
Speak clearly
position and inand
their community
choose and
wordsinside,
example: information
information and to get the reliabilities
data, put the of datasources.
into
their
outside,contribution.
carefully to express
above, below,feelings
next to, andbehind, infront of, graph. dicuss chance in daily events
ideas
Living when
up, down.things speaking
(humans)ofthat
Understand matters of immediate
directions can be used Earth and space
(impossible,
Renewable maybe,
and certain). Understands
non-renewable energy
Students
interest.
describe will collect
pathways, data
regions, by exploring
positions, most
and • They
Listening:
that setswill be
Listen
can beaware of
and respond
oragnized different perspectives
appropriately
bygathered
one or more to
Empathy,
Community/
Interpet transformation
and Komunitas:
evaluate data Related
gathered vocabularies,
to in order to resources,
Interpret andresources,
evaluate recycle,
data reduce, inreuse
order
common
Reading:
boundaries jobs
Read and
a
of their very
range unique
of
immadiatecommon jobs, they
words
environment. will
on then
sight. and ways
others’
attributes. of
views organizing
and
Understand the
opinions.
that world, and
one ofReuse, they
the and
Children
draw
draw songs
conculsions.
conculsions about
by job,
stating People
what and their job.if a Daur
will- Community/
happen to
willdrawulang(4R)/
show conclusions.
care Recycle,
and respect Reduce,
forquestions
themselves,
Writing:
Listening:
Understands Compose
Guestthat and write
Speakers/Field
directions a simple
for Trip
location sentence
can be Speaking:
purposes Take
of data turns
is to inanswer
discussion, building
andon
Interview
certain job some
didnt different
exsit. people around the Rot:
other Disscuss
living the
things difference
and the of each
environment. R, the
with a
watching capital
represented videos letter
byaboutaboutand
coordinates a full
communitiesstop.
on agrid. Form letters
Understand what others
solve they
the problem.have said.
school
tentang
correctly.and ask
tanggung jawabtheir job,
., tugas what're
(chores) the things: ways
vocabs Reading: can do
Read toUnderstand
aloud make that 3R
with expression
that
happen,
to
Space
Speaking:and
visualization direction
Discussions,
of shape Presentations
and space is a (statue
strategy -for
role Data handling
probability can be expressed in scale (0-10)
that
Trait: they
membersihkan
ideas,
play) talk
do in their
kamar,
organization
about
job and
membantu
a profession
their contribution
ibu,tanggung
and their duties
in make recycle
Lingkungan
engage the paper
bersih.,
listener. as
lawanaction.
Understandkata. Write the
kosakata
and use : or
steps
the
solving
community. problems.
Naration about their fieldtrip percent
to make (0%-100%).
their recycled product
jawab,
Reading: harus, komunitas,
Computer Grammar:Research,teman,
Begin tosahabat.
books learn
about Lagu
people lingkungn,
common terms
Listening:‘fact’,bersih,
‘fiction’
Videos kotor,
and baru, lama, buang it
and
‘non-fiction’. present
experience.
bnagun tidur kuterus using Bahasa Indonesia.
spellings
inShow of long
the community vowelmandi.
phonemes, memperkenalkna
e.g. ‘ee’, sampah,
Writing:
Speaking:Buildbuang
Group upsembarangan,
handwriting speed,
Discussions rapi, tidak rapi.
fluency
predikat
‘ai’, curiosity
(verb)
‘oo’. and and ask questions about artworks selamat....(greetings), introduce themselves
Writing:
Reading
connections Narrative
to Writing,
researching
artworks idea and details and
mainabout
books legibility
Reading:
Reading
Understand Books
and researching
the differentbooks methods about or
The art is a means
Trait: ideas, organization of communication and Trait:
Writing:VoiceRecycling Posters - Persuasive
communities
expression. Create - identify and
artwork locate non
basedplural fiction
on observation. recycling
materials - identify
that other and locate
people usenon to fiction
create art
books -define Grammar:
the difference Nouns,
between nouns
non fiction Trait:
books Voice
- define the difference between non
Express opinions about an artwork
Take a tour of school and create a map. Arranging enjoy and enjoy a variety of visual arts experiences
books
places and
experiencing
in the picture
artworks books
apporpriate (find artworkDraw
locations. around town) fiction
a city Peoplebooks
(Create art
sharewith and picture
artnature
with books
items)
others. View and create
and color using different mediums (water color, art from various cultures. Idenitfy different
construction paper, tissue paper) techniques used in other parts of the world.

use materials to symbolically show location and character


respond to dramatic ideas through spoken, visual, auditory and k

Knowledge and Understanding Performing

Connection: ''the Orchestra" the Orchestra is div Form: children trytotolook


Our responsibility make thethe
after instrument
world thatof the goods that a
Serving others in our community God has made
smooth, sharp, sounds , moves (introducing Paint with your body
locomotor and non locomotor movements)

Multimedia/Stories Internet Safety


Insert photos into going to different places
projects on the internet safely
Cyberbullying - Harassment that happens on
Use graphic organizer like the internet
kidspiration Digital citizenship - Live safetly,
responsibly ethically (the intenet connects us
to the rest of the world)
Independently use drawing program tux paint Digital rights/responsibilities -
Privilages, freedoms and behavorial
expectations

Identity Identity
Ball control
Explore and reflect on the changing capabilities of Aquatic
Talk about their interactions with the
-the
Thehuman
way they
bodycommunicate with community environment
around them. - Recognize the effect of their choice in taking
Interaction
Enjoy interacting, playingcommunities with that Interaction
and engagingaround
- Recognize that there're care of their environment - responsible
others
help them - build on previous experiences to Talk about their
citizenship interactions
involves with and
conservation the environment
improve groups (community) performance preservation of the local envoirnment -
spoken, visual, auditory and kinesthetic mediums

strument of the goods that are not used.


he environment
PROGRAM OF INQUIRY
Grade 2 1. WhoWeAre
Central Idea Making Balanced choices allows us to
have a healthy lifestyle.

Lines of Inquiry What it means to have a healthy and


balanced lifestyle

• The consequences of choices


physically andand
• Friendships socially
family relationships
Concepts are an important part ofresponsibility
Perspective,Causation, our well-
being and how conflicts should be
Attitude Commitment, cooperation
resolved.
Profiles Openminded, reflective
Related Concepts Cooperation, Conflict, civilizations
Subject Focus PSPE,SS, Spiritual Health
Transdisciplinary Skills communicationskills, social skills,
Skills self-management skills
Identify roles, rights and
responsibilities in societies
Possible Learning Outcomes -compare children’s and adults’ roles,
rights and
-reflect on responsibilities
the rights and in society
responsibilities of children in other
societies and make comparisons
Social Studies Strands Continuity and change through
Related Concepts time
Skills
Possible Learning Outcomes · They will be aware of different
Science Strands perspectives

Related Concepts adaptation, biodiversity,


Skills · Use scientific vocabulary to
explain their observations and
Possible Learning Outcomes experiences
Math Strands Number Systems:
Possible Learning Outcomes - The base 1- place value system is used
to represent numbers and number
relationships.
Cambridge
- Number operations can be modeled in
a variety of ways.
Bahasa Indonesia Hidup
- ThereBersih are many dan mental
Sehat/life clean and
methods that
healthy
can be applied; Keselamatan
for exact diand
Rumah dan
Perjalanan/safety
approximate at1-40.
home
computations. and on the
ISL Phase 1choice
: numbers alphabeth.,
-way.
ratusan,A
Model numbers
puluhan,of being
to healthy
hundreds
anggota badan, is a life
or
English Strands Oral,
style Visual,
that canWritten
help us to
beyond using the based dua matamore
survive
10 place saya.in
value
Possible Learning Outcomes anggota
Writing: keluarga.
Students Lagu
will:
life.
system.
new it is
vocabsalso along
: subyek.with safety and how
Library Skills -
to Write
promote
Make
Orientation:a diary
groups it entry
every
of 20 to
time.
- 99reord their
objects.
thoughts
-Rules and activites
Read,ofwrite, and order numbers of up
- Write
to athe
clear
four digits.
library
advertisement
Write sentences
- Order that contain
a set of numbers up to afour
subject
and a predicate
digits.
- Spell
Use thewords whichof
language contain digraphs
addition and
and blends for example, add, take
subtraction,
-away,
beginplus,
properminus,nounssum,(names of peopoe,
difference.
cities and countries,
- Develop strategies formonths, days of the
memorizing
-Using shelf markers
- Purpose of library
Art Strands Sharpen their powers of observation.
Visual Arts Possible Learning - demonstrate control of tools,materials
Outcomes and
Skills: processes
clean brushes between paint
Drama Possible Learning ·colorsuse either in water orasona problem-
performance placemats,
Outcomes mix
solving
· secondaries
work cooperatively towardsfollor
tool from primaries, a
line
common drawings goal, well
taking an active part in a
Music Knowledge
Can drawexperience
fromandobservation
understanding
creative
Music Possible Learning Perspective: able to play percussion
Use scissors well
SeniOutcomes
(Indonesian) instrument
can form great (untuned)
pinch potandas a patternadd lots of the
of
song
details to sing
using the "scratch-attach"
Biblical Studies Celebrating Life:
method
Students actively embrace the full suite
LV BIBLE Curriculum Judges
-Log
ofDemonstrate
intoprovisions
God’s computer beginning life skills
inusing and in basic
personal
live in
tools and
such way -Find art-making
that allkeys mayon processes.
flourish.
account the keyboard
Creative Movement Move
Pursuing andPeace
to construct freeze shadowing
sentences and(general
type your
Computer Strands space,
Log pathways,
into- Know
Students computer
bring healinglevels,
usingand directions)
personal
restoration
name vocabulary like
Possible Learning Outcomes acount
to people monitor,
desktop, and areasmouse of brokenness.
keyboard
Find keys on the keyboard to construct
PE Strands Identity
sentences
Biblical Worldview:and type Celebrating
your name Life:
Skills Interactions
Games
Know howactively
to make a capitalthe letter using
Students embrace full suite
Possible Learning Outcomes A ofBasic
shiftGod'sSwimming
person’s identityinevolves
provision life and as livea in
result
suchof many cultural influences
a-Reflect
type
wayusingthaton 2 their
allhands own cultural
may flourish. Pursuing influences, experiences, traditions and perspective
Know
Peace:some Students basicbring
keyboard healing shortcuts
and
Know
restorationhow to tocopy
people pasteand areas of
PSPE Strands ·Save aUnderstanding
brokenness.file and respecting
other
Open
Essentialapeoples’
file perspectives helps us to
Questions:
develop
Understand
What does empathy.
file paths
true prosperity look like?
Locate
How can files
weand navigate
celebrate files
life?
independently
Is there always a peaceful approach
Know
towards how to organize files
conflicts?
Possible Learning Outcomes Identify
Studentsand
Navigate awill understand
browser (backthe forward
consequences
buttons
-exploretab) of actions.
God's desire for their Examine life in
possible
Be familiar
making strategies to
with decisions
healthy deal
basic menus with change,
within
including
applications thinking flexibly
-reflect ways of restoration in times of and reaching
out. ·
conflicts Identifying and understanding
our emotions helps us to regulate our
behaviour

Mandarin Greetings and Numbers


2. WhereWeAre InTime and Place 3 HowWe Organize Ourselves
Family histories help us learn where Communities have organizations to
we come from and what makes us assist those in need.
unique.

• Family backgrounds. •Types disabilities

• The similarities and differences •Changing views of those with


between
• How ourfamily histories.
history influences who we disabilities in society
•How our world is connected despite our
are
Change, Perspective, Reflection differences
Connection,Function, Change
curiosity, enthusiasm Empathy, Respect, Tolerance
Principled,open minded Balanced,caring
Family, traditions, diversity Government, justice, cooperation
SS SS,PSPE
CommunicationSkills, Self- researchskills, communication skills,
management
Use and analyse evidence from a thinking
Orientateskills
in relation to place and time
variety
exploreof historical,
how familiesgeographical
influence theand demonstrate how nonverbal
societal sources
individualhow artifacts, heirlooms and communication allows people to
describe
rituals arepeople,
evidence of cultural identity transcend language barriers.
represent events and places
chronologically
compare and contrast current family
experiences with those
Social organization andof culture
a previous Human systems and economic activities
generation. ·cooperation,
They will be justice
aware of different
geography, history, chronology
perspectives and ways of organizing the
world, and they will show care and
respect for themselves

· Use scientific vocabulary to · Use scientific vocabulary to explain


explain their observations and their observations and experiences
experiences
Data Handling - double digit addition, Time, Money, rounding
base 10digit addition with regrouping,
double Calendar, analogue/digit clock, round to
represent numbers in various ways nearest 10 and 100, count Rp, give
including word, expanded form, base 10 change,
Comparerecognize
lengths and correctly say
amounts

Hidup Rukun/liveofinaddition,
- - The operations peace and Places for kids to play; My Works at
harmony;
subtraction, Tugasku Sehari-hari/my
multiplication and division School; Play is a part of a kid's life. To
daily
are
Chores, activities;
related "Exploring
to Lagu
verb, each other and
bangun daily used to keep
arekuterus
tidur Mata them safe di
pelajaran while playing
sekolah is the
(School
responsibilities
process
mandi, information
Indonesian and duties
to solve problems.
vocabs, SPO. responsibility
Timetables), of adults around
new vocabs, Indonesian them.
Oral,
which Visual,
may Written
differ from one family to the Oral,
KeepingVisual, Written
themselves safe too is a skill to
selamat....(greetings), introduce Grammar (Tata Bahasa),
will... SPO
others.
Writing:
themselves Discuss
Students family values,
will... traditions Writing:
be Students
mastered.
-and
write acitizenship:
briefExploring
beliefs.
Library historical recount
that
our roles andand
privilage -Introduce
differences write a short storyofwith
Sections thealibrary:
contflict and
Easy
illustrate
are to it
celebrate. " resoluation
fiction, easy non-fiction, big books,
Genre
- Write(Fables,
a short Folklore)
report about the life of a Authors:-
-regular H.C.
write afiction
letter Anderson
usingnon-fiction,
the properreference
format
and
famous person (date, greeting, body,
and chapter books.Authors:closing)
- Sequence a story in order using a mind- - sequence the events of a familiar story
map - spells words with double letters, and
- spell words with silent letters and long vowels, spell words using the i
homophones before e rule
- identify nouns in texts - identify and use simple verbs in a
- Jan Brett
- Patricia Polacco
Investigate the purposes of artwork from Describe similarities and differences
different
identify the times,
stages places and own
of their a range andof between
combine aart works.of formal elements to
variety
cultures, including
others’ creative processes. their own processes. communicate
Paint a pictureideas,
using feelings
warm and and/or
cool
· use drama performance to tell experiences
colorsand develop imaginary roles or
value
-· Demonstrate
stories about and
discuss beginning
people and skill
explain events
the in oil
way from
ideas, situations.
pastel,
various
feelings watercolors
cultures,
and and
including
experiences tempera
their
can be own
Reflection
-communicated and
Use vocabulary performing
to describe artandobjects Reflection and performing
through stories
from
Change:
performancevarious time periods
character can be p Function: how people with disabilities to
and cultures
in the music
- Identify and discuss how art is used in play musical instruments and how the of
events and celebrations in various difficulty level. Students respond to
howing Mercy:
cultures,
Central past and present,
Idea: Family histories help us including the God's mercy by likewise, being merciful
Jonah
use
learninwheretheir own we comelives. from and what to others.
make us unique. Essential Questions:
Level Boogie (space, time, focus, Sculptor and clay (body shapes, levels,
What is mercy?
audience
Collaborate
Lines of Inquiry:skills) creates)
with peers on digital projects Who deserves mercy? How does God
Create
-2.Different-Knowpresentatiouns
basicplaces
howpeopleto makecome a usingfromletter show
capital mercy?with peers on digital projects
Collaborate
powerpoint
-using
Similarities and differences
shift type using 2 hands -Know between How
Create does
basicempathy encourage
presentations usingus to
Identity
Know
family vocabulary
histories like desktop, monitor, Identity
show mercy?
some
Active basic keyboard shortcuts
Living powerpoint
Active Living
Basic
CPU, Soccer
mouse
--Independently
Influences keyboard,
of our
usehistory application,
a drawing program BasicStudentsBasketball
will:
Dance and
Identify
program, understand the consequences
browser Games
Express
of actions
demonstratehopes, goals andand
compassion aspirationsDemon
mercy to
-Examine
Search
Key possible
key words
Concepts: change, strategies
in kiddle.co
perspective, to deal with Health
change,
others Issus
including thinking flexibly and reaching out
reflection
Going places safely (Internet World): speak up about injustices in
artifacts, communication,
https://www.youtube.com/watch? diversity, neighborhood and around the world
·family,There are
networks
v=vUO7t92k4Xg many factors that ·consider
Accepting
what a others
Biblicalinto a group
response to
contribute
Embracing to a person’s
Diversity:
Digital citizens!!! individual builds
someone open-mindedness.
with a disability may be
identity
Students respect and celebrate the built
in differences between cultures and
peoples given for the enhancement of
all.
A person’s
Biblical identity evolves as a result of Enjoy interacting, playing and engaging
Worldview:
many cultural
Students respect influences. -Reflect
and celebrate theonbuild with othersthe accomplishments of
-Celebrate
their own cultural influences,
in differences between cultures and others
experiences,
peoples giventraditions and perspectives,
for the enhancement of
and
all. are open to those of others
Students will:
explore the richness of their own culture
while at the same time develop an
appreciation
Family --> for other cultures Fruits --> I like apple (我喜欢苹果)
have gratitude for their cultureSpeaking: and
respect for others
Hello! I am …(你好!我是…), My Family
Essential Questions:
(爸爸,妈妈,哥哥,姐姐,弟弟,妹
Why are we all different?
妹) good comes out of diversity?
What
What do all people/cultures have in
common?
4. HowWe Express Ourselves 5. HowThe World Works
Through an understanding of the The properties of construction materials
concepts of sound we discover ways to influence the design of buildings and
enjoy and express our creativity. structures.

Sound as a form of energy that we use in •Materials can be used to build structures
our daily lives.

· Ways to make and organize different •What makes a structure successful.


sounds
· to express
How creativity.
sound effects our daily lives
Form, function, causation Form And Function
Integrity, Independence, creativity Creativity, Confidence
Knowledgeable, inquirer Thinker, inquirer
Forms of Energy (sound, heat, light, Distribution, consumption
electricity)
Science,VisualArts Science,VisualArts
ThinkingSkills, Communication, Self- Socialskills,Thinking skills.
management
**** Assess the accuracy, validity and possible bias
Express wonderings, show curiosity or ask of sourcesthe design of structures in various
compare
questions about the natural and physical locationsgeographical
identify in relation toand
theenvironmental
natural
environment environment
factors that influence the design of structures
in various locations
Resources and the environment

FORCES AND ENERGY - The study of MATERIALS AND MATTER


energy, its origins, storage and transfer - in shape and form of objects (clay /
and the work it can do; the study of forces; claycharacteristics
/dough of solid
flour) asofaand liquid
result of objects
certain in
Forms of energy
the application of(light, sound,
scientific heat,
understanding
properties
the
and
environment
uses
around
materials, structures,
electricity),
·throughInterprettransformation
and evaluate of energy
data conditions
gathered sustainability
· Identify or generation a question or
inventions and machines
in
· order to draw conclusions
Make predictions and hypotheses problem
· to be
Make exploredand hypotheses
predictions
· They will show care and respect · They will explore the way objects and
for...other living things and the
subtraction with regrouping, Fractions, phenomena function
Shape and Space
environment
solve multi-digit subtraction problems Relationship among shapes, representing real-
requiring regrouping, parts of a whole world situations, label and describing
maps
- describe position and direction (inside,
forms of speech in Bahasa Indonesia; and Introducing
outside, above, the below,
traditional
nexthouses in in
to, behind,
unit related vocabulary; various Indonesia
front of, upand investigating the materials used
down)
instruments found in Indonesia; widely to contsruct
-KeRelationships them;2D
between investigating
and 3D shapes parts
Introducing Indonesian
made tofolktales, drama. alun-alun, Indonesian traditional houses
Instruments are appreciate the -of the building
Understand and
that materials; descriptive
New
Oral, vocabs,
Visual, Indonesian
Written grammar, SPO and
Oral, buildings,
Visual, new vocabs, Grammar, SPObe
Written
2D and 3D shapes can
traditions and cultures in Indonesia. writing;
created Exploring
by putting various
toethertypesand/or of taking
traditional
apart
Writing: Students will... Writing:
houses
other shapes students
across will... The materials used
Indonesia.
-Parts
write
ofaBook:
short research report using -and write
theashapes
Geometric
Introduce desciptive
used.
shapes
Sections paragraph
are
of theuseful using
forEasy
library: various
fiction,
information found in books and the adjectives
representing
easy non-fiction, real world situations
big books, regular fiction and
Review
internettitle, cover, author, illustrator, title Expose them
-non-fiction,
write to
a cinquain order
poem of fiction
using section
the proper
page, Directions can
by be
lastused
reference andtochapter
describe pathways,
books.
- writeback cover summary
an emotional poem using the (alphabetical
elements
regions, of poetry
positions,a
name),
(capital nonfiction
letters,
proper elements (ie.. begin each line (arranged
punctuation) by topic), and regular fictiontheir
nd boundaries of
immediate environment
with a capital letter) list down synonyms
- recognize foundof
the three kinds insymmetry
a thesaurus - flip,
- correctly use a mind map/grpahic -slide
use and
the thesaurus
turn as a tool to improve
organizer to plan writing writing
- Descibe objects from different points of view
- locate and write down the definition of -and correctly spells words containing diphthongs
perspectives
- Introduce table of contents
Identify the formal elements of an *create tesselations to connect to math
artwork.
consider their audience when creating (symmetry)
- identify, plan and makespecific choices of
artwork - Use appropriate andterminology to discuss
- Use expressive colors to create mood and materials,tools -artwork.
Understand repetition processes
and balance in nature,
·personality within
identify with acharacters
portrait ofthrough
a hero from
role- ·environment
considerand andworks of art
maintain appropriate
long development
play or recent past. behaviours in drama, as an audience member
-Depict the illusion of space by using - Use
or as aplacement,
performeroverlapping and size
Reflection
overlappingand performing
shapes, relative size and Performing
differences to show opposites
Function: diverse traditional music in IndForm: Indonesian natural resources can
placement
produce a wide range of instruments and
-Reflecting
Use bilateral or radial symmetry to create represents regions characteristic of the area.
Creativity
visual balance
Biblical Worldview: Students praise God by Central Idea: The properties of construction
reflecting their Creator in making materials influence the design of buildings
expressive and inspiring things and ideas. and architecture.
Body
Studentspartwill:
dance (make a list of body parts Sculpture museum ( shapes, concentration
and list of
consider how sequence for them
God gave a dance,giftsmaintains
of and
Linescontrol,
Independently
of Inquirydance
use aand visual program
drawing art connection)
steady beat, moves various parts of the Compose longer stories materials
using
creativity
-Know howtotoexpress both Save
copy paste to God and
a file - Different
-Know how construction
to organize files word processing
-Navigate a
body
others separately) softwares
- Using (type
materials out
to several
build sentences)
structures
-Open
Identity a file -Understand file paths browser
Identity (back forward buttons tab)
will
Locatebe files
inspired
and to use sound
navigate files to - Elements of a successful structure
Active
Basic Living
Dodgeball Active
Basic Living
Badminton
expressively praise God
independently -Know vocabulary CPU,
Gameskeyboard,
Identify
Essential
mouse feelings
questions:and begin toprogram,
application, understand Enjoy Games
how
Key these
interacting,
Concepts: areform,
related
playing
to behavior
andconnection
function, engaging with others
-Solve
How
browsercan problems
we use and overcome
creativity with difficulties
sound in -Celebrate
with
propertiesa sensethe
and of
accomplishments
usesoptimism
of materials; of others
solids,
expressing praise to Him? structures, density
Does everyone have the gift of creativity in Discovering Patterns;
·music? Our actions towards others influence ·Students -Using self- knowledge
explore and discover allows
God’suspatterns
to
their actions towards us embrace
and designs newforsituations
delightingwith confidence.
in/and or using for
Different
the benefit challenges
of all. and situations require
different
Students strategies
will:
Reflect on Gods natural structures and the
patterns noticed.
Identify feelings and begin to understand Express Studentshopes, goals and
will observe various patterns and
how these are related to behavior. -Solve aspirationsDemonstrate
appreciate Gods character. a positive belief in
problems and overcome difficulties with a their abilities and believe they can reach their
sense of optimism goals by persevering.
Essential Questions:
What makes a pattern a pattern?
What do patterns and order show us about
God and who He is?
Where do we see patterns in the physical
Hobby and Chinese Instrument --> creation
Colors-->and I likenatural structures?
red (我喜欢红色)
I like to playing guitar
(我爱弹吉他)
6. SharingThe Planet
Humans are responsible for the
preservation of animals.

•Factors that cause animals to be


endangered

•Whatare extinct animals


•Human’s responsible management of
endangered animals
Causation,Responsibility, Reflection
Appreciation,Commitment, Cooperation
Risktaker, communicators
Pollution, conservation
SS,Science
self-management, thinking skills,
research
Formulateskills
and ask questions about the
past, the future, places
explore the evidence andhelps
that society
people
learn about
explain places
people’s and their inhabitants.
responsibilities
regarding the use of resources from the
environment
Resources and the environment

LIVING THINGS
most frequent type of energy used in
Identify
the sources
neighborhood
animals, of energy
conservation, (heat,
andhabitat
how to save it
electricity, light, and noise) that exist in
Plan and carry out systematic
the neighborhood
investigations
· Students will develop their
observational
Measurement,skills by using their
Multiplication, senses
Division
to gather and record information
Perimeter, area, Mult & division as
repeated addition/subtraction, measure
using mm, Cm, and Meter

discussing about animals, plants; on how


to take care earth; discuss the
importance of air anddan
sun;dunia.
animal
Mengenal Indonesia new
kindom; Exploring different endangered
vocabularies,
Oral, Visual, Grammar
Written (Tata Bahasa) and
animals
SPO found in Indonesia and find ways
Writing:
to Word
conserve Choice
them. Students learn kindom
of animalia as well.
Caldecott Awards,
Reference materials (Dictionary,
Encyclopedia
Identify the stages of their own and
other’s
Becomecreative processes.
an engaged and responsive
audience for a variety of art forms.
- make predictions, experiment, and
·anticipate
sharepossible
drama withoutcomes
different
-· Identify
audiences
make the
by
useelements of performance
participating,
of simple art in nature,
listening and
the environment
watching
conventions and works
to performing
share ideas of art
Reflection
focusing onand
line, color, shape/form,
texture and space

Caretaking Earth:
Students actively respond to God’s call to
carefully manage of all creation.
Essential Questions:
Count control
Why should we( space, time)
take care of the world?
What does obedient caretaking of the
earth and animals
-Be familiar lookmenus
with basic like? within
What do we
applications need to stop
- Compose longerdoingstories
in order
Identity
to care for God's world?
using word
Active processing softwares (type
Living
Swimming
Students
out severalwill:
sentences)
beGymnastics
identify different
inspired to carestages
for andofprotect
lifeand how these can affect physicalperformance
-develop plans
endangered to improveperformance through techniquerefinement and practice
animals
reflect on how much God loves His
creation and has asked us to take care of
Regular
it exercise is part of a healthy
lifestyle.Food choices can affect our
health. Maintaining good hygiene can
help to prevent illness.. The use of
responsible practices in physical
environments can contribute to our
identify
personaldifferent
safety andstages of lifeand
the safety how
of others.
these can affect physicalperformance
-develop plans to improveperformance
through techniquerefinement and
practice

Animals (Cat, dog, rabbit, chicken, birds


动物:猫,狗,兔子,鸡,鸟)
I have
dog (我有狗)
PROGRAM OF INQUIRY WHO WE ARE (6)
Grade 3 In an attempt to meet human needs, societies have
Central Idea
determined human rights and responsibilities.
- all humans have basic needs and wants
Lines of Inquiry -ways that nations and international organizations
aim to protect human rights
Concepts function, causation, responsibility
Related Concepts legislation, freedom, rights, citizenship, justice
Profiles Reflective, Caring
Attitudes
Empathy, Commitment
Subject Focus Social Studies
Thinking: comprehension, dialectical, metacognition
Social Studies Strands Social:
Use
Social respecting
and others and
analyse evidence
Organizations from a variety of
Culture
Possible Learning Outcomes Communication
historical, Skills:
geographical viewing,
and presenting
societal sources, Assess
Self-Management:
the safety,
accuracy, validity informedbias
and possible choice
of sources,
Transdisciplinary Skills Thinking,
Formulate Communication
Research: Present
and askresearch
questionsSkills
findings, formulate
about society.
Skills questions
Science Strands none
Related Concepts none
Skills Identify or generate a question or problem to be
solved
ORAL
Possible Learning Outcomes Develop their observational
begin to understand that language skills by useusing
is their
senses and selected observational
influenced by its purpose and the audience tools on human
rights.
understand and use specific vocabulary to suit
Extend
differenttheir understanding of human society
purposes
Reflect on communities
hear and appreciate differences and customs betweenof their
people
languages.
Roleplay about how to use multiple sources of
communication.
Create a skit using puppets to highlight the
importance and stepsNumber
Number Systems: of the writingsystemsprocess.
provide a
common language we can use to make sense of the
Math Strands VISUAL world.
Possible Learning Outcomes understand
Use whole numbers a text at up thetocreating
hundreds level
or beyond in
recognise
Tema situationsPersahabatan dandescription
and
6 Indahnya
real-life read procedural and Tema 2
Bahasa Indonesia reports
Perkembangan
Use fast
Phase 1 recall
and ofTeknologi
phase addition
2 : and subtraction
Lingkunganku number
ISL relate
facts and
in makesituations
real-life connections between(my their own
neighbourhood).
Define keywords New vocabs
for search terms of some topics
English Strands personal
Use experiences
Oral,fractions
Visual, Written
in inreal-life and texts
situations
Be enthusiastic
combine information encyclopaedia
from reading research
with existing
Possible Learning Outcomes Use mental
Synthesis, and written
(putting it all strategies
together: for addition and
knowledge
subtraction to
of form
two- new
digit interpretations.
numbers or beyond in
Library Skills Creating),
participate and Evaluation/
in group readingReflection
activities.
real-life situations
Art Strands Responding
Use cardinal
combine andordinal
and
a variety Creating:
of formal We can
numbers
elements intoreal-life
Visual Arts:Responding WRITTEN
communicate
situations
communicate our ideas,
ideas, feelings feelings
and/or and experiences
and Creating write
Possible Learning Outcomes Selectaan
compare
identify procedural
experiences varied
the stages
through ofreport
styles
appropriate of
their
our using
performance
method own
artwork.forthe
and KeyNote
with adrama
solving
others’ creative
presentation
from theirfor
problem,
processes own program
culture mental estimation, mental
example,
Drama Possible Learning describe the description-writing process, and be
use drama
or written
consider performance
strategies,
their audienceorwhen tobytell
usingstories about
a calculator
creating artwork.people
Outcomes able to clearly explain ideas using descriptive
and
Use events
strategies fromtovarious
evaluate cultures, including theirof
the reasonableness
vocabulary.
own
answers.
Music Knowledge
construct and Understanding-Application
Use wholeanumberslimerick poem
up (5 lines, short
to thousands and in
or beyond
funny)
Causation:
real tempo in music is very important,
Music Possible Learning spell words which containinblends,
Outcomes there
Use fastarerecall
two differences
of multiplication artsynonyms,
the and of music is a
division
antonyms,
very
number suffixes
significant and
facts in difference
real prefixes.
... fast and slow
be ablean
Select toappropriate
write and use past, present
method for solvingandafuture
tenses in sentences
problem, for example, mental estimation, mental
be able to write
or written with the
strategies, or by correct
usinguse of adjectives
a calculator
when writing a flier
Use strategies to evaluate the reasonableness of
write
answers.sentences that include 'commas', and
speech/quotation marks.
Biblical Studies
Exodus: God's Top Ten
Recognize
Ethics and andLegalrespect
Issues another
(physicalperson’s
networkright
and to
Computer Strands privacy (Email, not opening someone else’s file, etc.)
network responsibility)
Possible Learning Outcomes Recognize that one must have permission to copy
Active
another living
person’s work. Recognize that reference
PE Strands Interactions
Basic Softball
materials must be put in own words or cited
Skills - identify different stages of life and how these can
Gymnastic
affect physical performance
Possible Learning Outcomes Interactions
-Leadership/peace
understand how daily practices influence short-
PSPE Strands 1. characteristicsof a leader
and
(how
2. long-term health
howtotobebea aleader
leadertoinbring aboutlife
everyday peace and
Possible Learning Outcomes helping others in need)
3. how to be a leader in the world
Rooms in the house --> Mother is in the kitchen (妈
Mandarin 4. ways to help others in school
妈在厨房里)
WHERE WE ARE IN PLACE AND TIME (1)
Many places and things
-people explore have been
for different discovered and have
reasons
changed society and people.
-peoples' way of life change as a result of exploration

-exploration can have positive and negative effects on


humankind
change, causation, reflection
discovery, exploration, history
Knowledgeable, principled
Curiosity, Tolerance
Social Studies
Continuity and Change Through Time
Orientate inDialectical,
Social Skills relation to evaluation,
place and time
Thinking: acquisition of knowledge
, Self-Management
Social: CooperatingSkills
Communication: Reading, writing
Self-Management:Gross motor skills, spatial awareness
Research: Present research findings
none
ORAL
geography
Use a variety
listen of instruments
attentively and tools to measure
and speak appropriately in small data
and large
accurately
group interactions
People,
listen toway of lifeof
a variety changed as a result ofincluding
oral presentations exploration
stories,
Exploration should have boundaries
poems, rhymes and reports and respond with increasing
How can weand
confidence usedetail
exploration positively for humankind.
Students
be able to orally presenthow
will recognize theirthe past isperson
famous recorded andthrough
report
remembered in different ways
a form of Q&A, and distinguish comparative answers
Expand
betweenconcept
students. of time
learn how to make comments and observations to further
the conversation.
interact and listen in small and large group discussions.

VISUAL
Measurement
understand texts at the knowledge level
recognise
Interpret andcreate
and read reports
simple (research
directions, ordescribing
exposition), and
paths,
Buku
poetry Peduli Lingkungan Sosial, learn how the place can
regions,
change, positions and boundaries ofbook
their immediate
1 :village
understand
Phase
environment. theto
numbers be
basic astructure
1-40. city, readof
alphabeth., the story. about
aratusan, places
puluhan, and
anggota
make
make the diorama
Draw apredictions
badan, anggota
path onkeluarga.about ato
a sketch story
Lagushowduaoramata
text
routesaya. new vocabs :
followed
relate
subyek.ownPhase
Oral, Visual,
Follow athe personal
route 2 : pergi experiences
ke
Written on a plan - to fiction
(destination), and
verb non-fiction
Explain
texts. formmarked
and function concept of the library Books are
Follow andlibrary
valued and give simple
time isdirections
used wisely Be confident to browse
Know
and basic
choose compass
suitable direction
materials
WRITTEN
Construct andanduseCreating:
simple maps
Responding
write a report (newspaper We and
book are plans
receptive
report, to art about a
short report
Complete
practices mazes and dot-to-dot puzzles
famous
investigate
Create person)
the purposes
coordinate ofdot-to-dot
artwork from different times,
and artworks
write
places aand
commentary
a fromart
range of
(like
different
report
cultures cultures,
about
including
a
using
places
famous
coordinates)
their and times
person
own
Use ordered
consider and pairs to find
maintain position behaviours in drama, as
compose
sharpen
(including
Research aabout
cinquain
their
our powers
own).
the ofappropriate
poem observation
different explorers
an
be audience
able
identify to
the member
construct
formal or asmaps
mind
elements a performer
of an artwork
Use
valuetimelines
and in
develop units of inquiry
imaginary and
roles orother real-life
situations.
write sentences
situations. that contain a subject and predicate
be able
Make ownto spell
map wordscomplete
which containdetails.root words scrap
and high
Application
interest words andwith
Reflection Complete book
about the explorers and how does it apply in real life
begin
Measureproper
Reflection: theplaynouns
areafolk
and (names,
songs byplaces,
perimeter using months, objects
different
of different days of inthetheir
instruments
week) and
originally
surrounding sentences with capital letters.
... angklung of Sundanese and kulintang of
use prepositions
Manado..
Learn how to useaccurately
a ruler using in writing
centimeters and inches.
use full stops to end sentences.
be able to proof-readUnderstand own writingthe use of standard units to
be able to find and
measure perimeter, area and define words using a dictionary and
volume
thesaurus
Know basic metric units and their symbols, i.e. g and kg
VISUAL
Understand which unit to measure with depending on the
object
Exploring the Bible: a book like no other Focusing on Moses
Correct fingers on suggested letters I. E, O and W keys. Keyboard
with suggested speed 10-13 wpm. Reinforce and expand skills
Keyboarding
introduced at and Product
preceding Assessment
levels. Use a word processor to publish a
report/writings with imported
- explain how a person’s identitygraphics.
is madeUseupaofspreadsheet chart
many different
to interpret
Identity
things, data. Use commercial software in various areas (e.g.
Traditional
electronic games
encyclopedia, database) to access and organize
including
Swimmingmembership in different cultures, and that this can
information.
change
Health over
Issuetime
Interactions:
1.
- identify
essentialhowteamwork/cooperation
agreement
their attitudes, opinions and beliefs affect the
(use
2-our
way cooperative
responsibility
they behaviors
act and how makein
tothose order
good
of toalso
function
choices
others ason
impact a part
theirof a
group or team)
3. our responsibility to respect/appreciate others
actions
4.
Foodchanging
- reflect
andon behavior
their
Drink -->own in order to
cultural
I like Bread cooperate
(我喜欢面包)
5.why individual and group reflection is important
HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES (4)
People use different forms of art to express
themselves
-Art is influenced by culture and history
-People use different art forms to express themselves in
unique ways
-Learning from other artists help people develop their
own
form,techniques
perspectiveand styles
artifacts, communication, ownership, identity
open minded, courageous
creativity, appreciation
Social studies, Art
Social Organizations and Culture
Interpret and evaluate data
Thinking: Comprehension, evaluation, analysis
Self -Management
Social: Skills, Thinking skills , Social skills
Resolving conflict
Communication: Writing, speaking
Self-Management: Codes of behavior, informed choice
Research:
Materials and Observing,
Matterinterpreting data
Changes of state, properties and uses of materials, solids,
structures
Observe carefully in order to gather data
Describe
ORAL the changing nature of the object (size, shape,
color, or taste)
participate in athat can be
variety of observed
dramatic as a result of
activities, for
burning, heating, and placed in the
example, role play, puppet theatre, dramatization open air of
Explain
familiarthe usefulness
stories and poems of plastic objects, wood, glass,
and paper
follow multi-step directions
use language to explain, inquire and compare
recognize patterns in language(s) of instruction and
use increasingly accurate grammar
be able to give critical but kind feedback to
presentations made by students.
(based on this complex unit) integrate a large amount
Shape and Space,
of vocabulary intoData
every Handling
day conversation.
make predictions about
Understand the common language stories and articles
used that
to describe
explore
shapes children’s rights.
Understand
Phase
Identify1andandthe properties
Phase
locate 2 : Short
some of story,
terms regular and irregular
and Indonesian
types of Non Fiction
VISUAL
folktales.
polygons
books See Drama.
Dewey New
as a vocabs
system based on logic with each
understand
Oral, Visual,an
Understand texts
Writtenor as
angle prints at the evaluation
a -measure of rotation level
digit meaning
recognise and something not just as random collection
Understand
of thatread
numbers.-Finding
storiesfor
directions
Understand
(narratives)
location
Dewey canand
with
reports
bepractical
connect
represented personal experiences
by coordinates to fiction and non-
exercises
fiction involving
texts. the use ofonsubjecta grid keywords. - Finding
Understand
Responding the
and meaning
Creating: ofWethesolve
wordproblems
‘cross-section’
correctly
Know sequence
theprocess
terms ‘faces’,a story
‘edges’to show its beginning, the
and ‘vertices’
during
creative
middle, and describe
end by thinking critically and imaginatively.
Analyse
People and
communicate the
ideas, relationships
feelings andbetween 2D and
experiences
Discuss
3D
use shapes and express
appropriate their point
terminology to of view
discuss while reading
artwork
work cooperatively
through the arts. towards a common goal, taking an
Describe
describe
active partobjects from
similarities
in a creativeanddifferent points
differences
experience of view artworks
between
WRITTEN
Investigate and describe the properties of prisms
make
write use of simple
a simple storyperformance
that contains conventions
a setting, to share
(including
ideas cylinders)
characters,
Investigate conflict-solution
and and conclusion
Knowledge
write anddescribe
descriptive report
properties
Understanding-Application
about
of pyramids
a given topic
Use nets to create solids
write journals
Interpret basedsimple
and create on real events describing paths,
directions,
write acrostic
Perspective:
regions, and shape
play rhythm
positions poems
with bodyof( their
and boundaries Body immediate
Percussion)
sequence
environment. a story in order
spell
Draw rhyming
a path onwordsa sketch andto high
showfrequency words
a route followed
be able to write stories/reports
Follow a route marked on a plan that contain clauses,
statements and questions
Follow and give simple directions with the correct use of
exclamation.
Know basic compass direction
write stories
Construct andabout
use simplethemselves
maps and using adverbs of time
plans
Complete mazes and dot-to-dot puzzles
Use basic draw and paint tools (e.g. Tux Paint). Place
Exodus:
graphics God's
into WP Top Tenbuilt-in graphic library using the
from
copy and paste method. Insert graphics from different
Draw & Paint,and
applications Multimedia Presentation
clip art programs, scanners and digital
cameras
- explain how a person’s identity is made upand
with teacher assistance. Reinforce expand
of many
skills introduced
Actice Living
different things, at preceding levels. Create a Multimedia
Presentation using a Multimedia/
Athletics membership
including in differentPresentation
cultures, andprogram
that this
(e.g. Microsoft
canallchange
1. peopleover PowerPoint,
havetime Keynote). Reinforce
skills and talents…finding and are
out what
expand
ours skills
- identify howintroduced at preceding
their attitudes, opinionslevels.
and beliefs affect
Identity
2. Appreciating
the way they actwho and wehoware and of
those appreciating
others alsothat others
impact on
are
theirdifferent
actions
Colors
3. and
taking
- reflect ona Chinese
look
theirthat
ownarts: Chinese
Jesus createdKnots,
cultural paper cutting,
us differently
caligraphy scroll
4. What to do when we don’t love ourselves
5. Encouraging others
Changes in the HOWearth
THEstructure or environment
WORLD WORKS (2)
sometimes leads to natural disasters that cannot be
-effects
preventedof natural
but wedisasters on ourand
can prepare environment
respond
effectively
-how natural disasters form

-how causation,
form, people canfunction
prepare and respond to natural disasters
atmosphere, climate, erosion, geology, seasons, systems
(weather) tectonic plate movement
Caring, thinker
confidence, empathy
Science
Earth and Space
Use and analyse evidence from a variety of historical,
Thinking: Synthesis,
geographical analysis,
and societal acquisition of knowledge
sources
ThinkingAccepting
Social: Skills, Research skills, Communication skils
responsibility
Communication: Nonverbal communication
Self-Management: Fine motor skills
Research: Formulating
Geology, Weather, questions
Environment
climate, erosion, evidence, geography, tectonic plate
movement, gravity, geology
Use scientific vocabulary to explain their observations
ORAL
Students will develop
pick out main events their observational
and relevant pointsskills by using
in oral texts
their senses and selected
follow multi-step directions observational tools on human
rights.
identify the main theme or storyline
Students will extend
retell stories their understanding of human
in sequence
sStudents
creatively interact inon
will reflect communities
different and
roles to customs of their
demonstrate how
people
people work together
participate in roleplay job interviews
dramatize a skit which demonstrates teamwork.

VISUAL
understand
Number Systems:a text atNumber
the comprehension
systems provide levela common
and
respond to the ideas and feelings expressed
language we can use to make sense of the world. in these
texts.
Perubahan
Model numbers di alam, learn about
to hundreds some natural
or beyond using disasters
the base 10
recognise
happened
place value
Phase and
in read
Indonesia
system**
1 : learn procedural
to arrangeandsubject-
why theytexts, reports
object.and
happened,
verb- collect
knows
expositions
some
Estimate
many pictures
verbs andabout
quantities tonatural
objects.100 ordisasters
simple vocab in
beyond Indonesia,
about Disasterfind
be
out able
Model
Phasehow to
to
simple
2 : put
avoid
vocabs stories in sequence
the disasters
fraction
about relationships
disaster, learnusing
aboutstoryboards
lingkungan
Use
Oral,the
recognize library
Visual, computer
theWritten
parts software
of a book: to locate
author, individual
illustrator, cover,
Use the
bersih,
titles, language
kotor,
individual of addition
opposite
authors, books andon subtraction,
a theme / for example,
genre (e.g.
title
add, page
Fairy take
Tales) away,
Borrow plus,books
minus, sum, difference
following the library procedures
Model
Return addition and subtraction
books following the library of procedures
whole numbers
WRITTEN
Develop strategies for memorizing addition andduring the
Responding
write a simple andeventCreating:
recount We booklet
solve problems
subtraction
creative number
process facts
by thinking critically and imaginatively.
make
Estimate
identifyantheadvertisement
sums and
stages poster
differences
oflearn
their ownor brochure
and others’thatcreative
We can
includes reflect on
illustrations and from the different stages of
Understand
processes situations that involve multiplication and
formulate
creating.
division interview questions using different types of
become
identify
questioning an engaged
with characters
(closed andand responsive
through
open role-play
ended audience for a
development
questions)
Model
use addition
performance and subtraction
as story
a problem-solvingof fractions with the same
variety
sequence of
denominator.
art forms
a recount in order usingtool sequencing
maps.
Model numbers to thousands or beyond using the base 10
Knowledge
spell words and
withUnderstanding-Application
double/single letters, digraphs.
place value system
Causation:possessive
make chants
recognise
Model equivalent andofcollective
fractions
concern for nounsthe in
surrounding
texts.
environment.
use collective (If possible
nouns and collaborative
pronouns planning with
appropriately in
Use
Bahasathe Indonesian
language of in fractions,
makingfor example,about
sentences numerator,
the
different
denominator contexts.
surrounding
use speech natural
marks appeal). direct and reported
to indicate
Model decimal fractions to hundredths or beyond
speech.
Model addition and subtraction of fractions with related
use a colon to introduce a quotation and a list of items.
denominators***
use
Modelexclamation
addition and marks at the end
subtraction of sentences
of decimals.
use adjectives to describe
Compare numbers using symbols < , > , = an attribute.
Exploring the Bible: a book like no other Focusing on
Moses
Identify
DIGITAL ways technology
CITIZENSHIP has changed
Technology lives
and its of peoplein
implications in
communities. Identify community resources
everyday life Telecommunications/ Information Retrieval that use
telecom-munication equipment in everyday activities.
Interactions
Introduced to the use and how to use email. Reinforce and
PYP
expand Amazing
skills Race game,
introduced at preceding
- recognize that committing to shared levels.
goals in Health
group
1. why
situations
Issus people
Interactions need
improves to feel
individuallike they
and belong-belonging
shared experiences in
and
aoutcomes
group
Belonging/interdependence
2. whatin to
- reflect
(why on do
thewhen
groups you feel
perspectives
we need likeideas
and
to have you don’tofbelong
of others
a sense belonging
3.
and why
relydoing
on oneour own
another)responsibility is important in a
Seasons
group toand relyClothes:
on I wear T-shirt and shorts on summer
(夏天我穿T-恤和短裤)
4. negative effects when groups can’t rely on one
another
HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES (3)
Economic choices impact the role we play as
-roles and responsibility
producers and consumers of people
in ourworking
world. in a
business organization
-how products differ from
services
-the relationship
responsibility, betweenconnection
causation, supply and demand
production, ownership, consumption, distribution,
wealth
Communicator, balanced
Integrity, cooperation, commitment
Social Studies
Resources and the Environment
Thinking:
Identify roles,Application,
rights and metacognition
responsibilities in
Social:
societies Accepting group roles
Communication skills,
Communication: Research
speaking, skills, Social skills
listening
Self-Management: Organization, time
management
Research: Collecting, recording, organizing, and
interpreting data
none
Interpret and evaluate data gathered in order to
draw conclusions
ORAL
Be aware of different perspectives and ways of
retell familiar
organizing storiesand
the world, in sequence
they will be able to
anticipate and
consider how these viewspredict whenandlistening
customs may to text
have
read aloud
been formulated
listen
Observe and follow in
carefully verbal
orderinstructions
to gather data on how to
make a haiku
Identify or generate a question or problem to be
create
explored a newspaper and write it to cater to
specific
Interpretaudiences
and evaluate data gathered in order to
draw conclusions
VISUAL
Using a variety of instruments and tools to
Number
understand
measure dataSystems:
text atNumber
a accurately the applicationsystemslevel provide a
common
recognise language
and read
Make predictions and hypotheses we can
newspapers use to make
articles sense
and of
reports the world.
Plan and carry out investigations, manipulate
Describe
relate mental and written strategies for adding
variables
Phase
and 1own personal
: ;learn
subtracting about experiences
two-digitresponsibility
numbers.
to(tanggung
fiction and
non-fiction
Perkembangan
Show
jawab positive
), chores,texts.
teknologi
attitude
new vocabs towards books
: rutin, and library.
pekerjaan
Read
use the
Express and write whole
reading
perspective strategynumbers
that “re-read”
books up to
and tohundreds
as or
accurately
library
rumah, membantu (verb). Phase 2 : create
decode
beyond
sources
sentence print/text
ofabout
interesting
choresandactivities
, create and fun
short rather
story about
Oral, Visual,
Read, write, Written
compare order cardinal and
than
chores just
and the storage
responsibility.place for school /community
WRITTEN
ordinal
readingnumbers
and learning resources Identify and locate
write
Read, information
Fictionwrite,
Picture compare
books reports
and order (facts) about
whole a given
numbers
topic
up to thousands or beyond
Responding
write
Develop a newspaperand Creating:
strategies book
for We areinclude
report;
memorizing receptive
addition, to the
value of working
illustrations
subtraction,
identify, andindividually
planmultiplication
make specific and
and collaboratively
division
choices number
of to
write
create
facts in
materials, a
art. person
tools and journal,
processes
describe the dynamic connection between the documenting
personal
Memorise
sharpen
audiencetheir events
multiplication
and powers
performer number facts up to 12 x
of observation
write
12 simple sentences
share drama with different audiences using the right by structure
(subject,
Understand predicate,
the terms punctuation,
‘factor’
participating, listening and watching and etc)
‘multiple’
write
Read, a haiku
write,
Application poem and order fractions
compare
accurately
Read and write spellequivalent
contractions and homophones
fractions
Responsibility:
use articles
Express allin
(a,an)
fractions students
in sentences
pictures must show how to set
or diagrams
up
Usethe
use verbsgroup
fractions 'to to
be'be andable
express to
simple play
ideas and perform
verbs
using concreteas in
accurately
good and correct.
sentences
materials
use adverbs
Express fractionsof manner,
in pictures time, orand place in
diagrams
writing
_x007f_Recognize common fraction names such
write sentences
as a half, a quarter that contain apostrophes
(contractions
Read, write, compare and ownership)
and order fractions to
hundredths or beyond
Add and subtract fractions with the same
The Fall
Identify word processing terms like cursor, save,
print.
Word Use tab key to indent paragraph. Leave
Processing
blank line between heading and rest of document.
Use spell checker. Apply style changes: bold
Interactions
underline, size, font Use justification: center titles,
Basic
-left Volleyball
recognize that committing to shared goals in
justify,
Basic right
Basketball justify Save and retrieve files.
group
1. all people
situations
haveimproves
skills andindividual
talents…finding
and shared
out
experiences
what are oursand outcomes
Identity
2. Appreciating
- reflect who we are and
on the perspectives andappreciating
ideas of othersthat
others are different
3. taking
Buying a look
things andthat Jesus多少钱?
prices: created us differently
4. What to do when we don’t love ourselves
5. Encouraging others
SHARING THE PLANET (5) PROGRAM OF INQUIRY
The ocean environment is affected by human
-effects Central Idea
activity. of human activities on the planet
-how we can preserve the environment
-we are responsible for preserving our beautiful Lines of Inquiry
ocean world
-why we should take care of the ocean Concepts
Form, Connection, Reflection
atmosphere, climate, geography, systems (water cycle, Related Concepts
weather)
Thinkers, Caring, Reflective Profiles
Attitudes
Commitment, Curiosity, Empathy.
Science Subject Focus
Living Things Social Studies Strands
Formulate and ask questions about the past, the Possible Learning Outcomes
Thinking:
future, places
Communication Synthesis,
and
skills,analysis
society:
Research skills, Thinking skills,
Social: Group decision making Transdisciplinary Skills
Self-Management, Social Skills
Communication: Nonverbal communication, presenting Skills
ORAL
Self-Management: Safety, healthy lifestyle
use language
Research:
Water for a variety
Observing,
cycle, Weather, planning
Oceans, of personal
Pollution, purposes, for Science Strands
example,
atmosphere, invitations
climate, seasons, systems (water, weather), Related Concepts
follow
Plan and carry outdirections
multi-step
sustainability systematic investigations,
express
manipulating thoughts, ideas as
variables and opinions and discuss
necessary
Skills
them,
Gain anrespecting
appreciation contributions from others
for their environment and in Possible Learning Outcomes
evaluate
protectingand it reflect (via discussion) about the steps
they took
Identify thetocharacteristics
enable the success of their
and needs invention.
of living things
make predictions and guesses
Describe the changes that occur in living things about the end result
and the of
their recipe and experiment that
things that affect growth and development of children they participate in
(demonstrating
(food, health, recreation,their competence in following the
rest and exercise)
scientific method).
Understanding the environmental conditions that affect
demonstrate
health, and efforts use of toproper
maintain grammar in speech
environmental based
health
on previous learnings (which they
Differentiate characteristics of a healthy environment will continue to
build).
and healthy environment is not based on observations
Describe the environmental conditions that affect health
VISUAL how to maintain a healthy environment
Explains
Pattern and Function
understand a text at theoutside analysisthe level Math Strands
Phase
Understand1to: responsibility
that patterns canrecounts
be found house ,
in numbers, for Possible Learning Outcomes
be able identify and read and scientific
introducing
example,
reports oddIndonesian
andforeven environment
numbers, and making
skip counting
Perkembangbiakan
Having
going a context
to, on, in, hewan
reading
at...and namedanandtumbuhan
of remembering
different books Bahasa Indonesia
Understand
be
and able to
authors the
correctlyinverse
provides write
a relationship
spur the
to process
want between
to and
read addition
steps
more of the
places/building (sekolah, kantor, polisi, rumah sakit, ISL
report.
and subtraction
Participate in class
restoran).
Oral, Visual,the Phase
Written2reading
: Mengenal group and
di, ke ,enjoy seeing a
dari dan properties English Strands
cross-check
Understand
class effort one source
associative against
and another.
commutative
berbagai
of addition. lingkungan dan tata cara di berbagaithe start Possible Learning Outcomes
grow. Practice to write a book from
you see yourself
lingkungan yang asberbeda
a real author visualising your book as
(tataiskrama).
WRITTEN
Understand
a finished product.that multiplication repeated addition and Library Skills
write a simple
that division 'how to' procedure
is repeated subtraction(instructional
Art Strands
language)
Represent
Responding patterns in a variety
and Creating: of ways a range of
Applying Visual Arts Possible Learning
write
Describe a
demonstrate
strategies simple
number journal
patterns
control
helps ustheof of the
tools,
to way
express process
materials of
and
ourselves. their
processes Outcomes
discusspredictions,
invention
Represent
make andrulesexplain
forexperiment,
patterns ideas,
using feelings
andwords, andpossible
symbols
anticipate and Possible Learning Outcomes
experiences
write
tables
outcomes can bereport
a scientific communicated
in booklets through
form thatstories and Drama Possible Learning
include
performance
steps
Identifyand processesofofoperations
a sequence their ownrelating
invention one set of Outcomes
describe
be able toand
numbers evaluate
topresent
another the learning
factual
set. information and understandings
in a logical
developed
sequence through their exploration of drama
Reflection(written).
Represent rules for patterns using words, symbols and Music
tablessingular/plural words, diphthongs, and high
spell
Change:and
frequency
Extend differences
words. and characteristics
create patterns in numbers, of forfast to slowodd
example,
tempo
andable
be evenand the different
tonumbers,
differentiate characteristics
between
skip counting the use of instrument
of past, Music Possible Learning Outcomes
with
presentgreat
Use number andform withtenses
future
patterns atosmall form
and
represent usefactor.
these
and tenses real-
understand
effectively
life situations in writing
Usevarious
list adverbs
the properties and of relationships
manner/time/place of addition andand
write
them in sentences
subtraction to solve problems
be ableappropriate
Select to use quotation methods marks to indicate direct
for representing patterns,
speech,
for example quotes using words, symbols and tables
Useable
be numberto place question
patterns to make marks at the end
predictions andofsolve
a
Story
AwareofofAbraham
the need for keeping and using data on the Biblical Studies
computer through teacher modeling. (eg. library online
search,
Database encyclopedia computer software). Reinforce and
and Spreadsheet Computer Strands
expand skills introduced at preceding levels. Aware of Possible Learning Outcomes
the need for keeping and using data on the computer
Identity
through teacher modeling. (eg. library online search, PE Strands
-encyclopedia
reflect on thecomputer
Swimming perspectives and ideas
software). of others
Reinforce and expand Skills
- identify
skills individual
introduced strengths
at preceding that can
levels. contribute to
1.. The importance
shared goals of goals in life-goals for ourselves Possible Learning Outcomes
in third
Active
- reflect grade
Living
on shared and collaborative performance. PSPE Strands
2. steps we can take to achieve our goals. Possible Learning Outcomes
3. How to deal with everyday stress
Ocean
4. How Animals
to prevent stress Mandarin
5. Having goals but not stressing ourselves.
PROGRAM OF INQUIRY
Grade 4 WHO WE ARE (1)

Central Idea Learning


• Howenables humans
the brain to connect
functions to the
in relation to
world
learning
• Factors that influence our learning
• How we respond to the different way
people learn
Lines of Inquiry
Concepts function, causation and responsibility
Related Concepts biology and anatomy
Profiles Inquirer, Open-minded
Attitudes
Empathy, Independence, Tolerance
Subject Focus Science, PSPE, Social Studies
Social Studies Strands Social organization
Transdisciplinary Skills Social skills, self-management skills
Skills
Possible Learning Outcomes
Science Strands Living Things
Related Concepts Students
anatomy, will identify
biology, how the brain fuctions
systems
in relation to learning. Students will be able to
Skills identify and explain factors that influence
Possible Learning Outcomes Indahnya Kebersamaan/the
learning. Students will recognizebeauty ofpeople
that
Math Strands togeherness;
learn in different ways and express to be;
Number-Number Cita-Citaku/What
Patterns I want
Mental Addition
Students will explore& the
Subtraction
and share(Function)
instances of
Possible Learning Outcomes understanding
Different
change number
and
for
systems
continuity
strengths
(ex.
in Roman)
personal
of other styles
lives, family
of learning.
Grammar (Tata Bahasa) awalan ter-, Ke alun-
Bahasa Indonesia and
alunlocal histories
( learning by dramatizing.
Indonesian transportation,
ISL bargaining, amount
Oral, visual, written of money)
English Strands Fractions, decimal fractions and percentages are
Possible Learning Outcomes ways of representing whole-part relationships
Library Skills Students understand that their own creativity
ArtPossible
Visual Arts StrandsLearning Creating
can be expressed in many ways and can be
Patterns
Outcomes interpreted and appreciated in different ways.
Drama Possible Learning Make artistic
Recognize choices
number about role, situation, and
patterns
Outcomes context
Convert word problems into mathematical statements
and vice versa
Music Responding
Understand andpatterns
that Performing
Students understand ofcan be analysed
instrument and
with rules
picture
Music Possible Learning identified
or sound and able to hold an instrument with
Outcomes Understand that multiplication is repeated addition
correctly.
Seni (Indonesian) Research
Understand skills:
that division is repeated subtraction
How to open
Understand theaninverse
Internet Browserbetween
relationship
Biblical Studies Elijah
How and
to Elisha
type an Internet Address
multiplication and division
Creative Movement N/A
How
Create toaget athespecified
project information
that involves accessing
Understand associative and commutative
Computer Strands How to
informationsave a
on picture
the from
internet. a Create
websitea
properties of multiplication.
Possible Learning Outcomes presentation.
Understand that patterns can be generalized by a rule
PE Strands Identity
Skills Active Living
Badminton
Possible Learning Outcomes Swimming Physical Conditioning
understand how daily practices influence short-
and long-term health; understand that there are
substances that can cause harm to health;
demonstrate an understanding of the principles
of training inMy
Occupation: developing
father is and maintaining
a teacher, I wantfitness;
to be a
develop plans to improve performance through
doctor (我爸爸是老师,
technique refinement and我想当医生)
practice; identify
PSPE Strands Identity
Writing: Occupation’s vocabulary
potential personal and group outcomes(老师,医生 for risk-
Possible Learning Outcomes ,商人,律师,司机,银行家)
taking behaviours.
Mandarin
Library Skills 1. To equate libraries with fun and enjoyment.

2. To create an interest in books.

3. To foster the idea of borrowing.


4. To enable children to use libraries and
sources of information effectively
WHERE WE ARE IN PLACE AND TIME (3)
People
• move to satisfy
Circumstances the needs
leading of individuals
to migrations or
past and
groups
present
• Perspectives on migrations
• Effects of migration on communities, cultures
and individuals

change, causation, perspective


civilization, migration
Reflective, Risk-Taker
Appreciation, Commitment, Cooperation
Social Studies, Music, Visual Art
Continuity and change through time
Social Skills and Communication Skills
Students will identify a variety of circumstances
which lead to migration. Students will recognize the
variety
na of perspective people have on migration, (both
immigrants and host country viewpoints). Students
will recognize the effect of migration on individuals,
communities and cultures.
Berbagai Pekerjaan/Various occupations; Tempat
Tinggalku/My home;Students will explore various places
Patterns continued/Shapes
in Indonesia, and Spaceand potency. The
their characteristics
Describe theofrule
characteristics forwill
a place a pattern
influenceintheaway
variety
the of
people
ways earn
Introducing their living.
Kearifan Lokal (Suku Baduy) and the
Oral, visual, written
Represent
culture. rules(imbuhan
Grammar for patterns ), Newusing
vocabs.words,
symbols and tables
Identify a sequence of operations relating
one set of numbers to another set
Students
Represent show thean rule
understanding
of a pattern that by
throughout
using a
Responding
different cultures, places and times, people have
function
innovated and created new modes of arts.
Discuss
Select aspects of drama
appropriate that illustrate
methods relationship
for representing
between history, culture, and location
patterns, for example using words, symbols
and tables
Responding
Use number
Students ableand Performing
to patterns
sing or playto make predictions
instrument with standard
and or
level solve
moreproblems
to singing a song or to play a melody
Spreadsheet Skill: of the
(piano,glockenspiel)
Use the properties and olden song.
relationships of the
Reinforce
Students
four and expand
learning of
operations skills
toKulintangintroduced
solve problems. at preceding
units.
Use functions to solve problems
Esther
How to put cell border
N/A
How to colour cells
How to customize the cell’s border
Students will create a spreadsheet using the skills taught
during Living
Active the unit
Interactions
Soccer
Gymnastic
Reflect on the perspectives and ideas of others; Reflect
Identity
on how they cope with change in order to approach and
manage situations of adversity;
Rooms in the house (客厅、房间、卫生间、厨房、饭
Focusing
厅)S +在+Place Activities
+ Verb
1. Search for books on a subject of your choice in the
library. Search among small collection in classroom.
2. Further sorting or classifying - saying how these
will be useful
3. Present to thewith
children topic.
a collection pictures or
objects - ask them to guess
4. Ask children to think of the thequestions
Topic. they would
like to ask
5. Make
Present about
childrena Topic.
with true/false statements aboutaa
6. a list of everything every child knows about
topic
topic - ask
before them to
starting.decide.
(Compare with knowledge at a
6. Make a list of everything every child knows about
end)
topic before starting. (Compare with knowledge at
end)
7. Read story or poem which gives a clue about topic
about to be studied. Children to guess.
HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES (2) HOW THE WORLD WORKS (5)
People can create or manipulate messages to
•target
How images,
specific text, and
audience. music
---> are usedinto
just changed to the Earth is part of vast and complex universe.
influence
new one behavior of target audience.
• critical evaluation of messages presented in The purpose of the creation; Earth and its
the media structure ;Earth in the solar system
• how people respond to messages

function, perspective, reflection form, perspective reflection


progress, conflict
Thinker, Reflective Inquirer, Knowledgeable
Empathy, Integrity, Creativity Appreciation, Curiosity
social studies, drama & PSPE Science & technology, math, visual art
Social organization and culture n/a
Thinking Skills Research Skills

na Earth and Space


Evidence, space, systems,
Indahnya Negeriku/the theory
beauty of ofmyorigin
country;
Students will recognize societies need for heroes Selalu Berhemat Energi/conserve energy; The
Students will list several important features in
Students will identify the ways our choice in heroes beauty of Indonesia, explore the mountains,
the solar system. Students will recognize the
reflect
Number our valuesHeroes
—Addition
Pahlawanku/My Stidents will notice
and Subtraction
; Heroes the similarities
are important lakes,
and differences between heroes Shapebeaches
impact of space
and Space, toexploration
appreaciate
Measurement forthe lifeblessings
on Earth.
Multiplication
people in ourIndonesian
Introducing lives. They sacrifice
Heroes and theirtheir
livesown
to free from God. Explore as weell the need to
The
us operations
from things.of addition,
Exploring subtraction,
Indonesian
hero , writing short story about hero, Grammarmultiplication
heroes andand Understand
conserve
Mengenalenergy congruent
keindahan andorthink similar
Indonesia shapes
about alternate
(The beauty of
take
awalan their
division arenoble
relatedexamples
to
ter- (pahlawanone to
anotherfill in
and the
are independent.
used to energy.
Understand that lines and axes of reflective and
Oral, visual, written tercinta), imbuhan -an, Indonesia), Grammar
Oral, visual, written (Imbuhan ke-an
process
new vocabsinformation to solve problems. rotational symmetry
:keindahan, kepulauan) assist with the construction of
shapes
Even complex
Students
Students showoperations
will: can be they
that, as artists, modeled canininfluence
a variety of Understand an angle as a measure of rotation
READING/WRITING
thinking
-Write anand
ways. bahavior
acrostic poem through the arts they create. Students
Understand explore different
that directions formedia
locationand can be
They think critically about their work and recognize recognize
represented that
by creating artonprovides
coordinates a grid a sense of
-Writepersonal
Creating
their simple sentences
interests, using the correct
beliefs, and ordercan
value of Students will:
Responding
accomplishment and deeper understanding in
Read, write
adjectives, and order
andcreative numbers
with proper subject-verb agreementState
of up to five digits; Construct
-Recognize nets
andand read models
recounts of 3D
andsolids,describe,
expositions
inform
the place their
value of any work.
digit up to a five digit number; the
name world.
-Write a topic sentence and supporting sentences -Writeand label them
a narrative story, science fiction or fantasy
Express unique
Recognize prime values,
number beliefs,
and non and
primeideas through
number; Interpret
congruency ways
and drama
similarity can in be
2D used
shapes to
dramatic form. about an animalspecific meaning
communicate
- Write sentences using the simple tenses correctly Recognize
-predict about geometry
what’s in everydaywith
happening life narrative
Use the language of multiplication and division, for
Reading: Understand the
science fiction storiesterms ‘horizontal’ and ‘vertical’
Creating
example, and
Students factor, Performing
multiple, product,pattren
quotient, Responding and Performing
Students create
will: a percussion ofprime
two bars Know
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Acoustic names for aof
instrument
entries shapes
is an
travel (polygons)
instruments
journal up without
to 12
numbers,
with composite
the Cymbal, number
texts atSnare Drum and Bass andDrum sides;
use Know
electrical the different types of triangles and
-Understand the comprehension knowledge -Write
Angklung and but
a persuasive able toinstruments
paragraph
Kulintang produce good
about a certainas a
Spreadsheet
instruments
Create Skill:
and tobe perform in
level with teacher, a whole group spreadsheet the front class. and quadrilaterals
sound.
traditional
place they have instrument from Indonesia
visited before
How
input to copy
information.
-Predict written
outcomes about data
Create into a spreadsheet
with teacher,
character, setting, aevents
whole and Presentation:
Know symmetry and assymetry
province.
document Reinforce
Analyse and expand skills introduced at
group
Elijah
actions
How to
graph/chart.
and
input Elisha
a narrative Learn
and spreadsheet
storyEsther
cella formatted
border
terminology. -Discussangles
preceding issues
units
by
and
/
comparing
develop new
levels.
andthoughts
describing
Enter data
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of a story &Usesequence rotations:
N/A
How to createterminology
a graph How
spreadsheet
important events
(cell, row, column). Save Knowtobasic
use compass
drawing-path direction custom animation
How to customise
file Retrieve the graph
file. Reinforce and expand skills How to
Students use drawing-shapes tool (callouts)
--Use a mind map/graphic organizer to connect words and Locate gridwill
using
Speaking/Listening:
create a presentation
coordinates including
introduced at previous levels. animation
Construct and callouts.
and use simple maps and plans
ideas
Active Living Students will:
Identity
-Connect personal experiences to fiction and nonfiction Use coordinates to describe position, e.g.
-Understands
Interactions
Traditional Games Interactionsverbal directions
Basketball
texts battleships,
-Verbal mindincluding
mappingthe number plane
Swimming Volleycoordinate
Create art (like dot-to-dot using
-Recall
Health&Issue
build off previous information
-Give specific points of view about a hero coordinates)
Writing:
Use
-Makeordered pairs to
story maps to understand
find positionplot
Describe and/or represent mental images of
objects, patterns,
-Form words using and paths.
prefix and suffix; apply the 'i
Use shapes by turning,
before e' rule when spelling flipping and sliding to
shape an identity (for example, gender, sexuality,
nationality, language group); Identify how their
attitudes, opinions and beliefs affect the way they
act and how those of others also impact on their
actions; Recognize personal qualities, strengths;
Analyse how they are connected to the wider
community and limitations; Reflect on their own Apply different strategies when attempting to
Interactions
cultural influences, experiences, traditions and Identity
resolve conflict; Reflect on shared and
perspectives, and are open to those of others collaborative performance
Time and Daily Routine (刷牙,洗手,洗澡,洗脸 Seasons and Weather
Devise a clear set of questions that will enable
,起床,睡觉)
them to select and use appropriate information
Writing:
sources Sentence S+Time+V+O
and reference books from the class and
school library.
Find books or magazines in the class or school
library by using the classification system,
catalogue or database and use appropriate
methods of finding information when pursuing a
line of inquiry.

Select reference books and other information


materials and use organisational devices to find
answers to their own questions and those of
others.
HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES (6) SHARING THE PLANET (4)
There is a strong correlation between trade and Changes to the Earth’s atmosphere or
community --> will be changed to government Earth’s surface may cause extreme weather.
systems + will be moved to grade 5
· Development of the traditional market to the - How atmosphere connects with weather
modern market - Types of weather and how they are
· Different methods of purchasing in the past and connected
present - Our impact upon the weather and climate
connection,
Similarities and change, form of trade across
differences causation,
change responsibility, perspective
communities
production, employment, trade
Communicator, Balanced Communicator, Risk-taker
Creativity, Cooperation Commitment, Integrity
social studies, Math
Human systems and economic activity Human and natural environments
Self-Management
Students will be able Skills
to identify how the modern Communication Skills
market has evolved from the traditional market. Students will identify how their actions affect
Students will be able to list the different methods the environment. Students will reflect on the
of purchasing used in the past and present (and responsibility
Living things of humankind to care for the
debate the positive and negative features). natural world. Students
interdependence, habitats will&be able to
conservation
Students will be able to list and analyze the identify and evaluate several different
similarities and differences of trade across several perspectives on human's responsibility to care
communities. Peduli
for theTerhadap
environment.Mahluk HIdup/Care for living
Number--Fractions and Decimals things;
Data Handling, Patternliving
Explore other and things
Functionwhich have
Makananku
Mengenal makanan Sehat dan danBergizi/healthy
minuman kesehatan and a close relationship to human. Taking care of
Understand
nutrious the
food; use
the of standard
choice of units
tradisional Indonesia (Jamu), grammar (tata its
right to measure
food and Understand
them
Respect means that data
taking
different can
carebeour
cultures, collected, displayed
exsistency
know different as well
elements
perimeter, giveand
area
Bahasa) opossite energy
volume;
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minuman, benew
that healthy.
measures as
and God's creation.
interpreted
cultures around
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and solve problems
Indonesia, Grammar (Tata
written
can fall
vocabs. between
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Bahasa) , newgraphs,
vocabsfor example, bar graphs, line
example, 3½ kg, between 4 cm and 5 cm; Understand graphs
an angle as
Students will:a measure of rotation; Understand Understand
Students will:that scale can represent different
procedures for finding
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usingperimeter
creativeand volume;
language Students
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quantities graphs
sort there
understand
through arethat
information manyoneways
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Students
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the the vlaue
relationships of working
between area andboth enjoy
purposesandofinterpret
a database the
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to Students
answer give
questions
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individuall and collaboratively
read recounts and expositions
with others when magazines,
receivethe
Responding
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feedback encyclopedias,
peers andatlases
perimeter,
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and analyse volume,
poeticand between
devices Understand
etc. that different types of graphs have
creating
volume different art forms. teachers.
-create and capacity; Understand unit conversions
a haiku special purposes
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within measurement
-write an emotional poem systems (metric or customary). and decidelearn
on appropriate
Understand the relationships between g, kg and t students
Identify, read andhow to treat
interpret range theand
instrument
scale on as
-Write a science fiction narrative -write
dead an information
things but could report
live about
if a researched
cared for
(tonnes); mm, cm, m, and km; estimate/measure graphs
creature
properly.
Creating
Construct and
aand Performing
cubic meter to understand
(sciencethe concept andof 1 Responding
Recognize read narratives fiction) What if there are several musical instruments
m and
students
reports recognize instances
learn to compose
(experimental where one cubic meter
report) a melody and its lyrics is an Collect,
Studentsdisplay
damaged parts?
will: and interpret data in circle graphs
appropriate
8 bars measurement
Presentation
into bySkills:
using a simple melody and rhythm. (pie
How charts)
-writeshould
debate andyoulinetreat
notes graphstheand
clearly instrument?
convincingly
Students
Recognize will
and
read and recognize be able
read to using
time
reports; create a comic
a.m.
focusing and using
p.m,
on newspaper timelines Use tally charts to record information
focusing on the pros and cons of a certain issue
keynote
and timetable notation.Express 24-hour time in Construct and interpret
Mark
articles
students andwill
Peterbe able Peter
-write feelings, opinionscolumn graphs,about
and reactions picture
the
a.m./p.m.
-interpret form
data and
read viceto insert music and voice
versa. graphs,
story barthe
using graphs,
reading pie response
charts andjournal
line graphs
Students
Recall timewill be
facts andable to
the simulate the
relationship transition
between time Technology and its implications on the
-predict
students
Students outcomes
will
will be
createof
able a atext
to use callouts
presentation and
using bubble
the skills environment
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to analyzelife. hoe
units
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a written texts Design
-constructa survey
sentencesand systematically
using modals collect,
correctly
taught
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andtexts
measure technology use impacts the environment.
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Identity at theobjects using standard
comprehension level units of organize
-write sentences using adverbs properly and bar
Identity
and display data in pictographs
measurement:
-Active
Skim and scan length,
reading mass,
textscapacity, money and graphs
Softball Living Interactions
Team Handball
temperature;Estimate
Interactions and measure to the nearest liter Select
Reading: appropriateBasic graphWater
form(s)Polo to display data
Track and field (High Jum) Interpret range and scale on graphs
Speaking/Listening Students will:
-Study past tenses Design a survey
-Understand andat systematically
a text the analysis and collect, record,
synthesis
-Study present tenses organize
levels and display the data in a bar graph, circle
-Study future tenses graph, linethe
- Analyze graphplot of a story using the plot diagram
-Accurately spell collective and possessive nouns and -Read and recognize narratives,
spell words using the suffixes 'ation', 'ion', and 'tion; discussion texts, and talk back radio scripts.
Interactions Active Living
Days and School subject --> I have Math on
Shopping: Monday (我星期一有数学课)
Speaking: I want to buy
ice cream, How much is ice cream? (我要买冰淇
淋,一个冰淇淋多少钱?)
Writing: Make a simple dialogue
about shopping
discussion; show open-minded attitudes speaker, in more complex sentence reflect on communication to
when listening to other points of discussions, conversations, debates and structures with a high level of monitor and assess their own
view; group presentations; listen and specificity; argue persuasively and learning.situations; use speech
respond appropriately to instructions, justify a point of view; appreciate that responsibly to inform, entertain and
Use ratios in real-life situations VISUAL analyse the selection and questions and explanations; people speak and respond influence others
Find the percentage of a quantity composition of visual paraphrase and summarize when according to personal and cultural
Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and presentations; select examples to explain communicating
MEASUREMENT orally; Perspectives Conflict
VISUAL occurs when different,
-factors affecting the growth of a
PROGRAM OF vice versa in real-life situations how they achieve a particular
-different beliefs, values, rituals and Use timelines in units of inquiry and other Use
deepen standard
community units of measurement
their awareness of how people to needs,
-cause
desires and
use appropriate
of conflicts
idealogiestoexist
terminology
INQUIRY HOW for
impact, WEexample,
EXPRESS OURSELVES
dominant images,(PYP use real-life
VISUALsituations Communities
HOW
VISUAL WE view are
ORGANIZE organized to
OURSELVESmeet in a society.
-different body systems Simplify fractions in computation answers celebrations solve
-systems problems
influence, and are
needed in toreal-life
influenced
support aby places identify
situations PATTERN
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a range
AND FUNCTION
of conflicts
of visual
oncritically
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and
Grade 5 The human body
WHO canWE be manipulated
ARE (1) by internal Use WHERE WE ARE IN
fractions, decimals and percentagesPLACE AND TIME (2) of colour, texture, Exhibition) HOW
Determine andofjustifyTHE WORLD WORKS
the level of accuracy (3) people’s
and needs.
critically
involving analyse--> (4)will
a be
range put
perimeter, area and volume Understand in
of grade
visual SHARING
effects/formats THE
and PLANET (6)
Central Idea -how body parts andwork
external factors. Changes in civilizations help us understand the -beliefs and values
symbolism;identify
Belief systems arethecan be expressed
expressed
intended inaudience
variousin art -development
show Machines
howtobody helpmachines
make problems
language, our
for lives
example,easier.
in the environment
facial community
4 nextcommunicating
texts, year --> new unit human
their rightsthe associative and
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that situations
contribute
past and the present. to present different art forms
and purpose of a visual forms.
required
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expression,
solve
function
gesture and
real-life involving Select
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understandingthat use appropriate
contribute
through to
oral,
units of
sustainable
written
commutative
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the well being or deterioration of the human way of living measurement
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understand the and toolsto
interdependencytosustain
solve of and effectiveness,
multiplication for example, mood,
Lines of Inquiry presentation; identify overt and subliminal movement, posture and of machineseye
orientation, to our communities
visual -->
media;identify ways factors the consequences
within local media, juxtaposition, proportion;
body -Add and subtract
Changes fractions with related
in civilization. EXHIBITION RESEARCH
messages; reflect oninformation
ways in scope,
Use decimal
forms
society
contact
of energy,
and touch,
andequilibrium,
fractional
can be used
notation
mechanics, in problems
systems
to 1.47 kg, communities
that influence
in real-life
and situations
their function
personal reactions to
Understand
borders (natural,
examine
exponents social as
and analyse text and
andrepeated
Concepts function, responsibility denominators
reflection, change in real-life situations DECIDING:
perspective, Identify
connection measurement,
magnetism,
form, function for
physics, example, 3.2
technological cm, and
advances, visual national
causation, communities
connection multiplication
political),
causation,wealth, responsibilitypoverty,material,
conflict,
Add and subtract decimals in real-life situations, need, which understanding
purpose, problem the intention of
Students are a achieve
1½ miles effects and influence meaning; Angles, texts;
Analyse design visual
and describe texts illustrations
2D and Understand in reference
that multiplication and
Related Concepts genetics, growth,body systems, homeostasis civilizations, progress, discovery, artifacts diversity, religion, artifacts, traditions physics governments, amenities, landscape justice, prejudice
including money visual
thinking:
clear message
about whatcan
dialectical they influence
thought
are doing examine and analyse
Use timetables and schedulestext and (12- hour and with 3D thetheir
shapes,
extend intention
including of influencing
understanding regular ofandtheand
how way including
division online
are inverse text,function
explaining how
Attitudes
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commitment, cooperation Estimate
Use sum,
and analyze
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evidenceproduct
independence, from and quotient
a variety
creativity of in personal
social:Students
creativity,
responses.
respecting are others
tolerance, clear about why they are illustrations
respect 24-hour
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in reference
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commitment situations including people
social:
irregular
why think
accepting
groups
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polygons,
are feel; realize
responsibility,
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research:
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PSPE,SS, situations,
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history, language, and fractions
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CAMBRIDGE instructional,
Studentspersuasive;
are able to use scan likely looking confidence, showing the development of their ability to engage and sustain the broaden vocabulary and enrich their
Outcomes facts in real-life and explain how this affects our interpretation for appropriate paragraphing
sections with their mental map in mind to organize ideas own voice and style; interest of the reader; writing
ORAL
situations example, the
Encourage use of to become familiar with
students Students are able to skim
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Decimals particular material
retrieving colours or symbols;realize
with that
the skill of retrieving read/look/listen keeping keywords and key
judgments about
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material interpret
classified visual
numerically by the Dewey ideas in mind
presentations;
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strategies information Systemaccording to their personal Students are able to find sections that
intonation
Select andtouse enhance
an appropriate sequence of experiences
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students the principle of shelving look relevant
meaning to solve word problems
operations perspectives;
fiction alphabetically by author's surname RECORDING: note and organise note
Students are able to select appropriate
VISUAL apply knowledge of presentation WRITTEN (READING) information
techniques in appreciate authors’ use of Students are able to use own language
original and innovative ways; explain their own language and interpret meaning beyond the literal; to record information
ideas for achieving understand that Students are able to organise notes
desired effects authors use words and literary devices to evoke efficiently
mental images; compare PRESENTING: perform original, clear,
WRITTEN (READING) and contrast the plots of two different but similar accurate communication with sense of
distinguish between fact novels, commenting purpose and audience Students are
and opinion, and reach their own conclusions on effectiveness and impact able to deliver the information with
about what represents valid appropriate audience
information; use a range of strategies to solve WRITING adapt writing according to the audience Students are able to deliver the
comprehension problems and demonstrate the ability to engage and sustain message of the information to the audience:
and deepen their understanding of a text the interest of the reader; Persuade, convince, inform, shock, impress,
dazzle clearly
WRITING use a range of Students are able to show the main Encourage students to keep a record of their
vocabulary and relevant supporting details to points reading and to share their opinions of books
convey meaning and create Students are able to present and authors. Synthesis, (putting it all together:
atmosphere and mood; vary sentence structure information with relevance to the information Continue with information seeking Creating), and Evaluation/
and length demonstrate an question Encourage students to appraise written strategies; location and access; use of Reflection
increasing understanding of how grammar EVALUATING: Evaluate process and resource as well. information2) Information Seeking
works; progress of research as a researcher Strategies, 3) Location and Access,
Students are able to evaluate the Responding: When experiencing arts, we 4) Use of Information, 5) Synthesis,
information process by standing aside from makeconnections between differentcultures, Explore (putting ithow dramatic meaning
all together:
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Possible Learning that
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around usrespond indifferent ways informed interpretations of artworks; Explain the own
places andtimes. relationships
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interest, culture,
belief
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with multiplepersptives or value as Critique: Provide
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cultural and and
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behaviour and actions of a performance
behaviourin their artwork and those explored by connections
artwork;
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solve and ensemble
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Outcomes visual arts teach audience
other artists through memberstime, andplace performers
and cultures life different
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of visual drama; explain their
arts create artwork for a specific audience develop
problemsthe personal
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using dramatic aurally examples
action;
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and slow songs
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message of the scripture.
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Learning Outcomes
Biblical Studies while enjoying
Identify the authoritythe song. of Scripture. Be familiar with
Worldview the lives of famous Christians who believed the LUKE: The Least, The Last and The Wrap up/Review of the whole year's
Biblical Studies The Bible: A Book Like No Other Bible. JACOB'S LIFE STORY JOSEPH: IT'S ALL GOOD Lost Biblical Studies lesson
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organizers; mindmup.com; plickers, kahoot,
making powerpoint interactive quizzes,
google apps: slides, docs and forms, video
editing: Imovie
blogging vs. vlogging;

Digital Citizenship: Creative Credit and Digital Citizenship:


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Computer Strands ways on how toDigital
be good digital citizens; self
Citizenship Digital Citizenship Copyright:CREATING
intellectual MULTIMEDIA
property; proper becoming online sleuths;
RESEARCH proper citation;
AND COMMUNICATION Basics of Coding
COMPUTING and Digital Drama: How to prevent;
MULTIMEDIA/COMMUNICATION
Possible Learning citation; credible sources searching for credible sources how to deal with it;
image and identity; digital footprint and Internet Safety: privacy and security online
Outcomes
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Skills Traditional games
Interactions Volleyball
Interactions Badminton
Interactions Soccer
Active Living Dodgeball
Interactions Water Polo
Interactions
Possible Learning
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a healthier lifestyle; Reflect on the perspectives and ideas of others; exlain how a person’s
Athletics identity is made up of Apply different strategies
Softball when attempting to
Gymnastics
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contribute to shared goals; Develop
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and long-term live a healthier
understand lifestyle;
that there are Reflect
approach onand
the manage
perspectives and ideas
situations of others; explain
of adversity; howcultures,
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