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PP1 Curriculum Design: sub strand 1.3 Ordering

Specific Learning Outcomes 

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner  should be  able to:

a)         collect and identify different objects in their environment for exploration and enjoyment

b)         differentiate objects of different sizes in the environment

c)         use appropriate vocabulary related to ordering for effective communication 

d)         arrange objects according to size in ascending order up to 3 objects for

making comparison of objects of different sizes

e)         arrange objects according to size in  descending order up to 3 objects  for making comparison of objects of different sizes

f)         organize different objects in the environment

g)         appreciate different objects or materials in the environment.

Suggested Learning Experiences

•           Learners talk about different objects in the environment.

•           Learners to demonstrate ordering objects according to size or height up to 3 objects.

•           A few learners demonstrate ordering objects according to size or height.

•           Learners in small groups/pairs, individually arrange objects according to size or height up to 3.

•           In groups learners compare objects of different sizes up to three. 

•           Learners to draw big and small objects using ICT devices.

•           Learners to arrange objects in ascending and descending order using ICT devices.

Key Inquiry Questions

  1. Which objects are (shorter, taller, smaller, bigger)? 
  2. Which among these two objects is longer?
  3. Which among these two objects is shorter?

 Core competence: Critical thinking and problem solving (shown when ordering different objects) Communication and collaboration (when ordering in groups and talking)

Link to PCIs: 

  • Citizenship: collaboration and communication during ordering of objects,•       Life skills: problem solving and critical thinking during the ordering of objects
  • Values: sharing and turn taking during ordering of objects.

Link to other activity areas:Psychomotor and Creative Activities.

Suggested Community service: – non-formal activity to support learning through application:  Recycling of waste materials from community to be used for learning and  Cleaning the environment  after use of materials.

Suggested Learning Resources: Sticks, blocks, bottles,

Suggested Assessment Rubrics:

Achievement 

Above expectation

Can identify and collect up to 9 different objects in the environment and talk about them

Can order objects according to size up to more than 3 

Can tell differences in objects in the environment based on several attributes

Can demonstrate the use of more than 3 objects and care for them

Meets expectation

Can identify and collect up to 5 different objects in the environment and talk about them

Can order objects according to size (up to 3 objects).

Can tell differences in objects in the environment based on 3 attributes

Can demonstrate the use of more than 3 objects

Approaches expectation

Can identify and collect up to 3 different objects in the environment and talk about them

Can only order two objects

Can tell differences in objects in the environment based on 2 attributes

Can demonstrate the use of 2 objects

Below expectation

Unable to identify and collect up to 3 different objects in the environment but may not be able to talk about them.

Unable to  order objects.

Can tell differences in objects in the environment based on only one attribute.

Unable to demonstrate the use of one  specific object.

PP1 Curriculum Design: sub strand 1.3 Ordering

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