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EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES IN KBSR

1. Thinking skills

2. Learning how 3. Information To & information learn Technology skills 5. Values & 6. Multiple citizenship intelligences 7. Knowledge acquisition 7. Preparation for the real world

4. Musical intelligences - ability to enjoy, discriminate and express themselves thru music; - good at musical presentation and songs. 5. Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence - ability to use fine motor skills in sports, performing arts and craft production; - good at physical movements, dances, sports. 6. Interpersonal intelligence - ability to understand and emphathise with others; - have good communication skills.

4. Musical intelligences - ability to enjoy, discriminate and express themselves thru music; - good at musical presentation and songs. 5. Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence - ability to use fine motor skills in sports, performing arts and craft production; - good at physical movements, dances, sports. 6. Interpersonal intelligence - ability to understand and emphathise with others; - have good communication skills.

1.1 critical thinking skills: -able to evaluate something an situation and make an informed judgement;

1.2 creative thinking skills: -Able to explore al possibilities and come out with ideas that are original and of value;

Identify characteristics Compare and contrast Group and categorise Sequence Arrange in order of priority Analyse Identify cause-effect Identify facts, opinions and bias Evaluate Draw conclusion

Generate ideas Make associations Make inferences predict Make hypotheses synthesize Create mental pictures Draw analogies Create metaphors

1.Encourage CCTS questions 2.Encourage CCTS activities ( problemsolving, arrange in order of priority)

-Help to develop independent life-long learners; -Trains learners to be responsible for their own learning; -Enable learners to reflect and evaluate their own learning;

Effective learning and speaking

Effective reading Effective writing


Memory skills

1.Promote dictionary skills 2.Promote memory skills 3.Encourage self-access learning 4.Extensive reading program

-Use of multimedia resources, internet resources and computer-related activities such as e-mails, networking and interacting with electronic courseware in the teaching and learning process; -ICT skills for teachers in the classroom are applied: a. for presentation b. for demonstration

-ICT skills used in the classroom are the purpose of: a. tutorial b. exploratory- accessing CD ROM or internet c. application use of software d. communication use of graphic, textual, audio or audio-visual

-2 main approaches to the use of computers and language software in language learning: a. instructivist approach learners use of drills and practice software to improve their language competency; b. constructivist approach learners use of what they have learned and complete project-based tasks and do their own exploration;

-aims at producing a moral society; -E.g. of values -politeness -respect -friendliness -cleanliness -moderation -loyalty -diligence -love -responsibility

a. Planned/ direct choice of topics are based on predetermined moral values; b. Incidental/ indirect using unplanned opportunity to stress the importance of the value taught

-Gardner believes that in every human, there exist 8 levels of intelligences: 1. verbal-linguistics 2. intrapersonal 3. interpersonal 4. logical-mathematical 5. visual-spatial 6. musical 7. bodily-kinesthetic 8. naturalist

1. Verbal- linguistics intelligence - ability to use language effectively orally and written; - good at reading, writing and puzzles. 2. Logical-mathematical intelligence - ability to use numbers and symbols, to reason logically, to recognise patterns and relationship (cause & effect); - good at calculating, problem-solving. 3. Visual-spatial intelligence - ability to visualise, create mental pictures and manipulate spatial relationship; - good at are and design, map work.

4. Musical intelligences - ability to enjoy, discriminate and express themselves thru music; - good at musical presentation and songs. 5. Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence - ability to use fine motor skills in sports, performing arts and craft production; - good at physical movements, dances, sports. 6. Interpersonal intelligence - ability to understand and emphathise with others; - have good communication skills.

7. Intrapersonal intelligences - ability to understand and self-evaluate their feelings, strengths and weaknesses; - good at journal writing.

8. Naturalist intelligence - ability to bond with and care for the environment; - good at field trips, keeping a nature scrap book.

- have a variety of teaching and learning activities; - use different strategy for each lesson; - vary the activities for each group of learners; - allow freedom to choose for learner in completing their tasks;

- English across the curriculum drawing content for teaching English from other subjects or disciplines; -contextual learning is stresses upon whereby pupils are exposed to things that they are most familiar with at each stage;

-also known as future studies to equip pupils with the language skills to be used in future or at the workplace; -future studies also aims to develop basic skills in learners to: a. predict b. manage and control change c. anticipate consequences

- have future-oriented task; - learner-centredness; - issues/theme related to the topic and learner ability; - activities that extend outside the classroom; - teacher acts as facilitator