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Junior A

Language Arts

Listening and Speaking


listens actively responds appropriately communicates ideas clearly

Reading
reads aloud with growing fluency uses context cues to decode uses picture cues to decode uses some strategies to construct meaning

Writing
uses correct letter formation uses phonics and basic spelling patterns writes using simple sentences

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Junior 3

MLD

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Writing
spells correctly in target vocablulary applies grammar rules in drill exercises writes sentences accurately with teacher's guidance organizes sentences logically with teacher guidance

Junior 4

MLD

Writing

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spells correctly in target vocablulary applies grammar rules in drill exercises writes short paragraphs accurately with teacher's guidance

Reading
reads fluidly

demonstrate

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Junior A

MLD

Listening
Descriminates target language sounds and intonation Understands target vocabulary aunderstands very basic questions asked carefully and slowly

Speaking
reproduces target language appropriately replies to simple and direct questions in single words Takes part in classroom activities (singing songs)

Junior 2

MLD

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Listening
Understands simple speech on familiar topics Understands target vocabulary understands questions on familiar topics

Speaking
speaks with appropriate pronunciation replies to simple and irect questions in complete sentences Asks simple questions in different class situations

Reading
recognizes familiar words reads simple sentences aloud with teacher demonstrates comprehension

Junior 3

MLD

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Listening
Understands questions on familiar topics Understands target vocabulary understands simple speech on familiar topics

Speaking
speaks with appropriate pronunciation speaks on familiar topics with teachers guidance

Reading
recognizes familiar words and sentences reads short text aloud with growing confidence demonstrates comprehension

Junior 4

MLD

Listening

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Understands questions on familiar topics Understands target vocabulary understands simple speech on familiar topics

Speaking
uses the target language as a tool of communication in class speaks on familiar topics

Reading
reads fluidly on familiar topics demonstrates comprehension

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Junior A

Music

Listening
Describes sounds: high / low, fast / slow, smooth / jerky Uses imagination to create scenarios through music

Interpreting
Uses icons to represent melody and beat

Echoes sung phrases, call and response

Making
Experiences different ways to use voice (chant, sing, whisper) Uses the body to respond to music Improvises sounds and movements in storytelling Begins to sing / move in a group

Junior 2

Music

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Listening
Describes music using simple terminology of dynamics, tempo, and melodic range Listens to and compares musical elements in music from specific cultures (instrument, vocal styles) Uses musical imagination to shape class / group performances

Interpreting
Recognizes and notates intervals of second and third using solfage Understands and uses rythmic stick notation Recognizes basic score indications (mp, accents, da capo, double bar) Recognizes and notates do and la pentatonic scale Experiences different ways to use voice (chant, sing, whisper) Begins staff placement with moveable do

making
Sings with increasing accuracy Develops independence in part work

Junior 3

Music

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Listening
Identifies simple forums when presented aurally (ABA, variation, verse and refrain) Notices and describes meter, tempo, instruments, and dynamic changes using musical terminlogy Identifies characteristic qualities in music from different cultures and traditions Uses knowledge and musical imagination to shape and improve group performances

Interpreting
Recognizes and notates melodic and rhythmic patterns using solfage, stick and staff notation Uses treble clef and alphbet names (absolute pitches) Locates important indications in notated music (octavi, recorder pieces) Recognizes and notates pentatonic and diatonic scales Imitates longer melodic and rythmic patterns Improvises question and answer within style and range

making
sings with increasing expression and control sings canons, folk songs, and art songs

Junior 4

Music

Listening

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Identifies simple forums when presented aurally (ABA, variation, verse and refrain) Notices and describes meter, tempo, instruments, and dynamic changes using musical terminlogy Identifies characteristic qualities in music from different cultures and traditions Uses knowledge and musical imagination to shape and improve group performances

Interpreting
Recognizes and notates imelodic and rhythmic patterns using solfage, stick and staff notation Uses treble clef and alphbet names (absolute pitches) Locates important indications in notated music (octavi, recorder pieces) Recognizes and notates pentatonic and diatonic scales Imitates longer melodic and rythmic patterns Improvises question and answer within style and range

making
sings with increasing expression and control sings canons, folk songs, and art songs

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Junior A

PE

Moving and Performing


performs movements demonstrating awareness of the basis requirements of the skill for each activity. Applies movement concepts to a variety of physical ativities (stbility, locomaotion, manipulation, body awareness, and effort awareness)

Participating
participates acitively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities Demonstrates an understanding of the value of regular physical activity in daily life.

Junior 2

Music continued

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making cont.
Performs folk songs, dances, and singing games from different cultures Creates soundscpes for folktales Begins to develop ensemble skills (listen and respond to others)

Junior 3

Music continued

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making cont.
Performs folk dances and choreographed dances from different regions and cultures Plays Orff bar and percussion Plays folk tunes and composed pieces on recorder

Junior 4

Music continued

making cont.

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Performs folk dances and choreographed dances from different regions and cultures Plays Orff bar and percussion Plays folk tunes and composed pieces on recorder

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Junior A

Science

Investigating
formulates questions makes predictions

Analyzing
Classifies objects / processes by shared properties

Communicating
Communicates ideas and observations in speech and diagrams Uses basic scientific language in communicating ideas writes using simple sentences

Junior 2

PE

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Moving and Performing


performs movements demonstrating awareness of the basis requirements of the skill for each activity. Applies movement concepts to a variety of physical ativities (stbility, locomaotion, manipulation, body awareness, and effort awareness)

Participating
participates acitively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities Demonstrates an understanding of the value of regular physical activity in daily life.

Conceptualing Performing
Applies tactical strategies appropriately, demonstrating an understanding of the componants of a variety of physical activities (activity appreciation and performance)

Junior 3

PE

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Moving and Performing


Performs movement demonstrating awareness of the basic requirements of the skills for each activity

Applies movement concepts as appropriate to a variety of physical ativities (stbility, locomaotion, manipulation, body awareness, spatial awareness and effort awareness)

Participating
participates acitively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities Demonstrates an understanding of the value of regular physical activity in daily life.

Conceptualing Performing
Applies tactical strategies appropriately, demonstrating an understanding of the componants of a variety of physical activities (activity appreciation, application of skills, and performance)

Junior 4

PE

Moving and Performing

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Performs movement demonstrating awareness of the basic requirements of the skills for each activity

Applies movement concepts as appropriate to a variety of physical ativities (stbility, locomaotion, manipulation, body awareness, spatial awareness and effort awareness)

Participating
participates acitively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities Demonstrates an understanding of the value of regular physical activity in daily life.

Conceptualing Performing
Applies tactical strategies appropriately, demonstrating an understanding of the componants of a variety of physical activities (activity appreciation, application of skills, and performance)

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Junior A

ICT

Researching and Thinking Critically


Uses simple robotics pieces to build objects Works collaboratively and cooperatviely with others when using technology in classrooms Exhibits a positive attitude toward using technology Finds appropriate applications for specific tasks

Creating and communicating


recognizes keys on keyboard;types nos and simple words uses applications for specific tasks creates original work as a means of personal expression

Hardware / Software Ethics


Uses technology tools appropriately and with respect communicates about technology using developmentally appropriate and accurate terminology

Junior 2

Science

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Investigating
Formulates questions makes predictions follows experimental precedures .

Analyzing
Classifies objects / processes by shared properties Draws conclusions from experimental data

Communicating
communiates idea and observations in speech, diagrams, and writing uses scientific language correctly employs counting to communicate experimental findings

Junior 3

Science

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Investigating
Formulates questions makes predictions follows experimental precedures .

Analyzing
Classifies objects / processes by shared properties Draws conclusionsbased on the agreement between predictions and experimental data interprets data to identify relationships

Communicating
communicates ideas, understandings, procedures, and findings in written, graphic (drawing), and spoken modes uses scientific language correctly consults bar and line graphs by hand

Junior 4

Science

Investigating

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Formulates questions makes predictions follows experimental precedures .

Analyzing
Classifies objects / processes by shared properties Draws conclusionsbased on the agreement between predictions and experimental data interprets data to identify relationships

Communicating
communicates ideas, understandings, procedures, and findings in written, graphic (drawing), and spoken modes uses scientific language correctly consults bar and line graphs by hand

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Junior 1

MLD

Listening
discriminates target language sounds and intonation understands target vocabulary understands very basic class instructions Understands very basic questions asked slowly and carefully

Speaking
Reproduces target language appropriately Replies to simple and direct questions in single words Takes part in classroom activities (singing songs)

Junior 2

ICT

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Researching and Thinking Critically


builds and programs simple robots Collaborates with peers on team-based projects Uses web resources for gathering information (text, image, sound to then manipulate for individual projects Demonstrates positive social, ethical, and afe behaviors when using technologies and understands consequences of misuse

Creating and communicating


writes paragraphs with complete sentences and appropriate punctuation by manipulating text, font, and size locates and organizes media from a variety of sources

Hardware / Software Ethics


Uses appropriate terminology connects to the server Opens, edits, and saves projects to appropriate locations

Junior 3

ICT

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Researching and Thinking Critically


Uses programming language developed for young students Selects appropriate tools for specific tasks independently differentitates between appropriate and inappropriate behavior online selects appropriate software or applications for specific tasks

Creating and communicating


manipulates text, graphics and layout uses new and creative technologies as required to support classroom content

Hardware / Software Ethics


uses search options for folders, files, and software uses peripherals and connections moves between two or more open programs

Junior 4

ICT

Researching and Thinking Critically

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uses models and simulations to explore systems Designs, builds, and programs simple robots shows respect for the work of others understands and learns how to avoid plagerism

identifies and defines authentic problems and questions for investigation

Creating and communicating


works with layers of images and text uses a variety of media to express and illustrate creatively creates animations, interactive stories, and games

Hardware / Software Ethics


troubleshoots basic technical difficulties recognizes different file formats and software applications describes software and hardware problems

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Junior 1

Music

Listening
Describes music using a comparable: higher / lower, faster / slower Listens and responds to masterworks and music of many cultures (draw, move, write stories)

Interpreting
Uses icons and stick notation for note values Uses solfege melodic patterns (mi-so-la) Uses rhythm sounds to describe long and short note values Uses some strategies to construct meaning Uses manipulatives to represent melody, rhythm, and structure Echoes sung phrases, clapped rythms, and call and response Improvises simple answers to sung phrases

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Junior 1

Music continued

Making
Uses voice expressively (sing, chant, whisper) Uses the body to respond to music with free movement, reflecting dynamics, tempo and mood Begins to sing / move in a group

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Junior 1

PE

Conceptualing Performing

Moving and Performing


performs movements demonstrating awareness of the basic requirement of the skill

Applies movement concepts to a variety of physical activities (stability, locomation, manipulation, body awaren

Participating
participates actively in a awide vareity of physical activities demonstrates an understadning of the value of regular physical activity in dalily life

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Junior 1

Science

Investigating
Formulates questions makes predictions follows experimental precedures .

Analyzing
Classifies objects / processes by shared properties Draws conclusions from experimental data

Communicating
communiates idea and observations in speech, diagrams, and writing uses scientific language correctly employs counting to communicate experimental findings

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Junior 1

ICT

Researching and Thinking Critically


Uses simple robotics pieces to build objects Works collaboratively and cooperatviely with others when using technology in classrooms Exhibits a positive attitude toaord using technology Finds appropriate applliations for specific tasks

Creating and communicating


recognizes keys on keyboard;types nos and simple words uses applications for specific tasks creates original work as a means of personal expression

Hardware / Software Ethics


Uses technology tools appropriately and with respect communicates about technology using developmentally appropriate and accurate terminology