Specific learning Outcomes
By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:
- Respond to simple instructions in and out of class.
- Take turns during conversations in and out of school.
- Take pleasure in responding to simple instructions in and out of class.
- Enjoy taking turns in a conversation in and out of school.
Suggested Learning experiences
- In pairs or small groups, learners could tell news in turns while others are listening.
- Learners could view recorded content using ICT devices and be guided to mimic/imitate.
- Learners could be given simple instructions and encouraged to respond.
- In pairs or small groups, learners could be guided to take turns in conversations.
- Learners should be encouraged to answer simple questions during conversations.
- Learners could be guided to ask questions during conversations.
- Learners could record clips of their own conversations and be encouraged to view them while receiving positive feedback.
- Learners could be asked to retell what others have said in a conversation.
- Learners could be guided to appreciate the contribution of others during conversations.
- In small groups, learners could be involved in verbal games, songs, poems and rhymes that involve turn taking.
- Learners could be asked to observe and imitate demonstrations of turn taking in conversations.
- Learners could be guided on how to take turns during conversations.
- How do you show
interest in a conversation?
- When should you speak during a conversation?
- How do you seek
clarification in a conversation?
- How can learners be guided to take turns in a conversation?
- What activities are fun for learners to listen to?
Core-competence developed: Communication and collaboration, digital literacy, learning to learn
Link to PCI: Citizenship: Social cohesion
Life skills: Effective communication
Link to other Activity Areas: Environmental and Social Activities, Creative Activities, Religious Activities
Link to values: respect, peace, love, unity
Suggested Community Service Learning/
Learners to have their parents or other family members tell them a story with repeated scenes. The person telling the story involves the learners in mimicking, singing and acting out interesting episodes.
Suggested Non- Formal Activity to support learning through application
Organise for a story telling session by a resource person. Learners could be encouraged to participate as the story is narrated. Selected learners could also wear appropriate attire /costumes for the story being narrated.
Suggested Assessment: Oral questions, observation, portfolio
Teaching/Learning Resources: Recorded audio and video clips, ICT devices, realia, musical instruments, costumes
Suggested Assessment Rubrics
Responds to simple instructions and
consistently takes turns in a conversation with variations
Responds to most simple instructions and most of the times takes turns in a conversation.
Responds to some simple instructions and takes turns in a conversation sometimes.
Below Expectation With guidance responds to a few simple instructions but does not take turns in conversations