Grade 5 Learning Outcomes

Language

Strand: Oral Language ( Listening & speaking)

Strand: Visual language (Viewing & Presenting)

Strand: Written language (Reading)

Strand: Written language (Writing)

listen appreciatively and responsively , presenting their point of view and respecting the views of others

prepare, individually or in collaboration, visual presentations using a range of media, including computer and web-based applications

read a variety of books for pleasure, instruction and information; reflect regularly on reading and set future goals.

identify and describe elements of a story—setting, plot, character, theme

understand that ideas and opinions can be generated, developed and presented through talk; they work in pairs and groups to develop oral presentation

show how body language, for example, facial expression, gesture and movement, posture and orientation, eye contact and touch, can be used to achieve effects and influence meaning

recognize the author's purpose, For EG to PIIE: Persuade, Inform,Instruct Entertain

use written language as a means of reflecting on their own learning

explain & discuss their own writing with peers and adults

realize that visual information reflects and contributes to the understanding of context

as part of the inquiry process work cooperatively with others to access, read, interpret and evaluate a range of source materials(jigsaw reading)

locate, organize , synthesize and present written information obtained from a variety of valid sources

organize thoughts and feelings before speaking

apply knowledge of presentation techniques in original and innovative ways; explain their own ideas for achieving desired effects

use a range of strategies to solve comprehension problems and deepen their understanding of a text

critique the writing of peers sensitively; offer constructive suggestions

verbalize their thinking and explain their reasoning

know how to skim & scan texts to decide whether they will be useful, before attempting to read in details

(annotating, note taking)

use planning, drafting, editing and reviewing processes independently and with increasing competence

- pre-writing (mind map)

- drafting

- revising (use appropriate paragraphing to organize ideas;

- select vocabulary (use thesaurus to broaden vocabulary and enrich writing) and supporting details to achieve desired effects;

-vary sentence structure and length;

-recognize and use figurative language to enhance writing, for example, similes, metaphors, idioms, alliteration )

- editing (use a spellchecker confidently and effectively to check accuracy;

- demonstrate an increasing understanding of how grammar works;

- use appropriate punctuation to support meaning)

- Publishing (choose to publish written work in handwritten form or in digital format independently)

infer meanings, draw conclusions and make judgments about oral presentations

make inferences and be able to justify them

-determining Importance

-summarizing

-inferencing

use register, tone, voice level and intonation to enhance meaning

recognize and understand figurative language- (revise all and focus on hyperbole)

reflect on communication to monitor and assess their own learning

know when and how to use the internet and multimedia resources for research

identify and expand on the main idea in familiar oral texts

understand that the internet must be used with the approval and supervision of a parent or teacher; read, understand and sign the school's cyber-safety policy.

begin to paraphrase and summarize

identify relevant, reliable and useful information and decide on appropriate ways to use it

understand & Use figurative language such as Hyperbole (revise simile, alliteration, onomatopoeia, personification)

access information from a variety of texts both in print and online, for example, newspapers, magazines, journals, comics, graphic books, e-books, blogs, wikis

appreciate that language is not always used literally; understand and use figurative language of their own culture (idioms, proverbs)

distinguish between fiction and non-fiction and select books appropriate to specific purposes

use a range of specific vocabulary in different situations, indicating an awareness that language is influenced by purpose, audience and context

understand that stories have a plot; identify the main idea; discuss and outline the sequence of events leading to the final outcome

use standard grammatical structures competently in appropriate situations

Math

Strand: Numbers: Fractions

Strand: Numbers: Decimals

Strand: Measurement

Strand: Patterns and Functions

Strand: Shape and Space

Strand: Data Handling

practice the concepts taught in g4 through mixed bag

introducing Decimals

revising conversions of smaller unit to bigger unit and vice versa, applying the same in real life

- Select an appropriate sequence of operations to solve mathematical problems (BODMAS)

revising usage of protractor for measuring and constructing angles

understand the terms- statistics, primary data, secondary data

multiplication and division of fractions

like and unlike Decimals

use decimal and fraction notation in measurement, for example, 3.2 cm,1.47 kg, 1½ miles

solves complex fraction equations using the sequence of operations (BODMAS)

Understanding triangle (3 sided polygon) and types of triangles based on its angles and sides

independently determines purpose, population, samples, sample size, mean, mode and conclusion

applying the understanding of fraction (Word Problems).

ordering and comparing Decimals

revising area and perimeter of square and rectangle

analyse, describe, classify and visualise (triangles) using geometric vocabulary

understands interview as a means of primary and qualitative data collection

place value of decimals

develop and describe the formulas and find the area and perimeter of triangles.

determining when to use primary research and secondary research

adding and subtracting decimals

multiplication and division of decimals

revise word problems based on time

use online sheet for documenting, planning and organizing the entire survey process

rounding off decimals (upto hundredths position)

use Google forms efficiently to create a survey and send it to the desired audience

applying the understanding of decimals in the real life context (word problems).

understand the answer types and are able to use them independently- dichotomous, multiple choice, continuum, rating and open-ended

convert fractions into decimals and vice versa

create open ended and neutral questions addressing the aims and objectives of the research and yielding as much information as possible

use strategies to evaluate the reasonableness of answers

checking for survey errors and improving them

recording responses in frequency table

create a well designed survey form independently

record responses in frequency table

organizing / representing data using line graph and bar graph

(revise line graph, bar graph digitally)

analyzing graph and finding meaningful conclusions

conclude survey by writing a 4-5 sentences paragraph including important statistics

understanding average (mean and mode), knowing how to calculate it and using it while writing a conclusion

Revising etiquettes for conducting survey and interview

Hindi

Oral - Listening and Speaking

Visual - Viewing and Presenting

Written Language - Reading

Written Language - Writing

listen appreciatively and responsively, presenting their own point of view and respecting the views of others

describe personal reactions to visual messages; reflect on why others may perceive the images differently

recognize a range of different text types, for example, letters, poetry, plays, stories, novels, reports, articles

identify and describe elements of a story—setting, plot, character, theme

identify and expand on main ideas in familiar oral texts

view, respond to and describe visual information, communicating understanding in oral, written and visual form

make predictions about a story, based on their own knowledge and experience; revise or confirm predictions as the story progresses

write independently and with confidence showing the development of their own voice and style

listen and respond appropriately to instructions, questions and explanations

show how body language, for example, facial expression, gesture and movement, posture and orientation, eye contact and touch, can be used to achieve effects and influence meaning

understand that stories have a plot; identify the main idea; discuss and outline the sequence of events leading to the final outcome

use appropriate writing conventions, for example, word order, as required by the language(s) of instruction

generate develop and modify ideas and opinion through discussion

navigate the internet in response to verbal and visual prompts with confidence and familiarity; use ICT to prepare their own presentations

access information from a variety of texts both in print and online, for example, newspapers, magazines, journals, comics, graphic books, e-books, blogs, wikis

use Graphic organizers to plan writing for example mind maps ,storyboards

infer meanings, draw conclusions and make judgments about oral presentations

apply knowledge of presentation techniques in original and innovative ways; explain their own ideas for achieving desired effects

read a wide range of texts confidently, independently and with understanding

write legibly, and in a consistent style

use a range of specific vocabulary in different situations, indicating an awareness that language is influenced by purpose, audience and context

discuss a newspaper report and tell how the words and pictures work together to convey a particular message

read a variety of books for pleasure, instruction and information;reflect regularly on reading and set future goals

use knowledge of written code pattern to accurately spell high –frequency and familiar words

reflect on communication to monitor and assess their own learning

participate in collaborative learning,considering multiple perspectives and working with peers to co-construct new understanding

use increasingly accurate grammatical constructs

verbalize their thinking and explain their reasoning

use a range of strategies to solve comprehension problems and deepen their understanding of a text

use appropriate paragraphing to organize ideas

show open-minded attitudes when listening to other points of view

use standard spelling for most words and use appropriate resources to check spelling

use standard grammatical structures competently in appropriate situations

demonstrate an increasing understanding of how grammar works

use an increasing vocabulary and more complex sentence structures with a high level of specificity

use planning, drafting, editing and reviewing processes independently and with increasing competence

paraphrase and summarize when communicating orally

writes for a range of purposes both informative and creative using different type of structure and style according to the purpose of the writing

understand that ideas and opinions can be generated, developed and presented through talk; they work in pairs and groups to develop oral presentations

critique the writing of peers sensitively; offer constructive suggestions

vary sentence structure and length

choose to publish written work in handwritten form or in digital format independently

select vocabulary and supporting details to achieve desired effects

use a dictionary, thesaurus, spellchecker confidently and effectively to check accuracy, broaden vocabulary and enrich their writing

Gujarati

Oral - Listening and Speaking

Visual - Viewing and Presenting

Written Language - Reading

Written Language - Writing

Standard Level

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AB Initio

use an increasing vocabulary and more complex sentence structures with a high level of specificity

organize thoughts and feelings before speaking

understand and explain how visual effects can be used to reflect a particular context

understand and explain how visual effects can be used to reflect a particular context

read texts at an appropriate level, independently, confidently and with good understanding

read texts at an appropriate level, independently, confidently and with good understanding

use knowledge of written code patterns to accurately spell high-frequency and familiar words

use increasingly accurate grammatical constructs

appreciate that language is not always used literally; understand and use figurative language of their own culture

use oral language appropriately, confidently and with increasing accuracy(Speaking)

discuss a newspaper report and tell how the words and pictures work together to convey a particular message

use actions and body language to reinforce and add meaning to oral presentations

participate in collaborative learning experiences, acknowledging that people see things differently and are entitled to express their point of view

participate in shared reading, posing and responding to questions and joining in the refrains

use graphic organizers to plan writing, for example, Mind Maps®, storyboards

enjoy writing and value their own efforts

show open-minded attitudes when listening to other points of view

begin to paraphrase and summarize

realize that individuals interpret visual information according to their personal experiences and different perspectives

describe personal reactions to visual messages; reflect on why others may perceive the images differently

understand and respond to the ideas, feelings and attitudes expressed in various texts, showing empathy for characters

participate in guided reading situations, observing and applying reading behaviours and interacting effectively with the group

use appropriate writing conventions, for example, word order, as required by the language(s) of instruction

use knowledge of written code patterns to accurately spell high-frequency and familiar words

organize thoughts and feelings before speaking

show how body language, for example, facial expression, gesture and movement, posture and orientation, eye contact and touch, can be used to achieve effects and influence meaning

discuss their own experiences and relate them to fiction and non-fiction texts

participate in learning engagements involving reading aloud—taking roles and reading dialogue, repeating refrains from familiar stories, reciting poems

organize ideas in a logical sequence

use appropriate writing conventions, for example, word order, as required by the language(s) of instruction

make predictions about a story, based on their own knowledge and experience; revise or confirm predictions as the story progresses

participate in collaborative learning experiences, acknowledging that people see things differently and are entitled to express their point of view

check punctuation, variety of sentence starters, spelling, presentation

choose to write as play, or in informal situations, for example, filling in forms in a pretend post office, writing a menu or wish list for a party

understand that stories have a plot; identify the main idea; discuss and outline the sequence of events leading to the final outcome

read and understand the meaning of self-selected and teacher-selected texts at an appropriate level.

use increasingly accurate grammatical constructs

develop personal preferences, selecting books for pleasure and information

Arts - Visual Arts

Responding

Creating

describe what they notice about an artwork

select tools, materials and processes for specific purposes

investigate the purposes of artwork from different times, places and a range of cultures, including their own (HWEO)

use a personal interest, belief or values as the starting point to create a piece of artwork

use appropriate terminology to discuss artwork.

combine a variety of formal elements to communicate ideas, feelings and/or experiences (Integrated with the TDT STP)

describe similarities and differences between artworks(HWEO)

use a range of strategies to solve problems during the creative process.

recognize that different audiences respond in different ways to artworks

take responsibility for the care of tools and materials

use relevant and insightful questions to extend their understanding

take responsibility for their own and others’ safety in the working environment

identify and consider the context in which artworks were made

make predictions, experiment, and anticipate possible outcomes

explain the cultural and historical perspectives of an artwork

become increasingly independent in the realization of the creative process

reflect throughout the creative process to challenge their thinking and enact new and unusual possibilities

identify the materials and processes used in the creation of an artwork

become an engaged and responsive audience for a variety of art forms

Arts - Drama

Responding

Creating

use materials to symbolically show location and character

work cooperatively towards a common goal, taking an active part in a creative experience

recognize and explore some of the different roles in theatre

consider and maintain appropriate behaviours in drama, as an audience member or as a performer

use responses to drama to adapt and improve work,considering the original intention.

consider the skills and techniques used by a range of drama practitioners in the performing arts

reflect on a variety of dramatic forms to identify new understanding within the arts (Integrated with HWEO)

develop the ability to cooperate and communicate with others in creating drama

describe and evaluate the learning and understandings developed through their exploration of drama (Integrated with HWEO)

make artistic choices about role, situation and context

reflect on achievements and challenges and how they can incorporate these influences in future work

identify and develop the personal and related skills encountered through the drama experience

explore how dramatic meaning illustrate the values, beliefs and observation of an individual or community

work to develop each other’s ideas during the creative process

consider the advice and feedback of others as an essential part of the creative process

show an awareness of audience and adapt performances accordingly

Arts - Music

Responding

Creating

explore individually or collectively a musical response to a narrated story (HWOO - digital media)

explore sound as a means of expressing imaginative ideas (HWOO - digital media)

create a musical composition to match the mood of a visual image (HWOO - digital media)

create a soundscape based on personal experiences (HWOO - digital media)

describe the process used to create their own music and compare it with others, in order to improve their compositions (HWOO - digital media)

incorporate the other arts and available resources in order to broaden their creative expression (HWOO - digital media)

interpret and explain the cultural and/or historical perspectives of a musical composition

share and compare their experiences as audience members at various performances (integrated with HWEO)

explore different artistic presentations that are/were innovative and their implications (integrated with HWEO)

discuss music that relates to social issues and/or values

PSPE

Identity

solve problems and overcome difficulties with the sense of optimism.

use emotional awareness and personal skills to relate to and help others.

Active Living

identify potential personal and group outcomes for risk-taking behaviours.

understand the interdependence of factors that can affect health and wellbeing.

reflect and act upon their preferences for physical activities in leisure time.

identify realistic goals and strategies to improve personal fitness.

Interaction

understand the impact of their action on each other and the environment.

independently use different strategies to resolve conflict.

work towards a consensus, understanding the need to negotiate and compromise.

apply different strategies when attempting to resolve conflict.