Learning Outcomes - Rosemont American International School

Learning Outcomes

 

 

LEARNING OUTCOME PENN 2

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

LANGUAGE ART

LANGUAGE ART

  • Greets teachers
  • Can communicate my wants and needs and understands some spoken English
  • Enjoy listening to stories, is able to understand simple story and answer simple questions.
  • Join in singing familiar songs and rhymes
  • Names familiar people, identifies some familiar characters, objects and animals
  • Can follow a simple instruction.
  • Can whole the books and turn the page correctly
  • Can identify class name and cubby holes

 

 

  • Can communicate my wants and needs.
  • Understands some spoken English and can follow a simple instruction.
  • Join in singing familiar songs and rhymes
  • Can express feeling and needs verbally
  • Understand simple story and answer simple questions.
  • Use some spoken words in daily communication
  • Identifies some familiar characters and objects
  • Can whole the books and turn pages correctly
  • Can recognize their own written name
  • Can names items, toys in the classroom
  • Can name some body parts. pets, farm animals, wild animals and some mode of transport.

MATH

MATH

  • Can rote count to 5.
  • Can recognize basic colors – red, blue, yellow and basic shapes – circle, star, diamond.
  • Can complete 2-3 piece puzzles
  • Understands some simple concepts: in/out, on/under night/day long/short, hot/cold
  • Can rote count to 5.
  • Can recognize basic colors – red, blue, yellow and basic shapes – circle, star, diamond.
  • Can complete 4-5 piece puzzles
  • Understands the space concepts of up/down, on/off, in/out, on/under night/day, light/heavy morning/afternoon, long/short, hot/cold.

P HYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Is able to throw and attempt to catch the ball, bean bag
  • Can jump with two feet together
  • Can kick and stop a ball
  • Is able to walk along a line and balance
  • Is able to put chair/ table away
  • Practices drawing with chunky crayons and thick pencils
  • Is able to build a tower of 6 blocks/ stacking toys

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Demonstrate gross motor coordination: climbing and riding
  • Is able to clap hands, stomp feet, march, walk, run, crawl, stretch, bend, hop
  • Can play ball by rolling, passing and bouncing
  • Is able to walk along a line and balance
  • Begin to develop ball skills – kicking and throwing
  • Practices drawing with chunky crayons and thick pencils
  • Clean and polish hands
  • Pour sand, rice and bean
  • Can carry and put thing away
  • Can cut with plastic knife and scissors

 

 

 

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Can leave my parent or caregiver without being upset
  • Enjoy playing some simple games with other children.
  • Increases interaction with teachers and friends
  • Follow simple classroom routines and rules
  • Is able to recognize my own belongings and put away at the right places.
  • Is able to tidy away toys with support.
  • Is able to sit down to eat and feed myself.
  • Can turn on / off the tap to wash hands often and uses tissues and disposes properly.
  • Can names classroom items and toys, some body parts, pets, farm animals and wild animals
  • Can recognize a happy / sad face.
  • Can leave my parent or caregiver without being upset
  • Participates in routine activities / circle time.
  • Is able to verbalize need for help (toilet needs).
  • Is learning to share and take turns when playing with other children and remember friend’s names
  • Increases interaction with teachers and friends, greets teachers and other adults
  • Follow simple classroom routinesIs able to recognize my own belongings and to put away at the right places.
  • Is able to tidy away toys with support and assists teachers with simple tasks
  • Is able to feed myself and sit down to eat and drink from a cup.
  • Can turn on / off the tap to wash hands often and uses tissues and disposes properly
  • Can put on/off slippers/ shoes

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

  • Participates using musical instruments
  • Like doing actions to songs and moving to the music
  • Sings simple songs and rhymes in English
  • Participates in art and crafts and painting activities
  • Participates using musical instruments
  • Enjoy moving to the music and can clap a simple beat
  • Sings songs and rhymes in English
  • Participates in art and crafts and painting activities

 

LEARNING OUTCOME PENN 3

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

LANGUAGE ART

LANGUAGE ART

  • Greets teachers and other adults
  • Listens to songs, stories and teachers attentively
  • Sings familiar songs and rhymes in English
  • Make sounds using different body parts  and recognize sounds from various objects in the environment
  • Responds to open and closed questions
  • Uses words to express their needs and feelings
  • Expose to letters of the alphabet, signs or labeled objects in the classroom
  • Makes links from stories to personal experiences
  • Recognize name in print and identify letters in their name
  • Greets teachers and other adults
  • Listens to songs, stories and teachers attentively
  • Understand spoken English and use English words in the classroom
  • Communicate using short sentences and answer simple questions
  • Sing familiar songs and rhymes in English
  • Use words to express wants and needs
  • Be able to recognize some letters and sounds of the alphabet, uppercase and lowercase letters
  • Choose favorite story book and model good habits with books
  • Recognize own name, some friend’s names, symbols e.g. bathroom, exit, traffic light

 

MATH

MATH

  • Can count and recognize numbers to 10
  • Selects quantities up to 10
  • Understand the concept of simple patterns
  • Follows a two-step directions and gives a simple direction
  • Understand the concept day and night, time of the day, day of the week

 

  • Can count and recognize number from 1 to 10 and count back from 5
  • Understand the concept of simple pattern and is able to copy simple patterns
  • Have connections shapes, colors to real life objects
  • Is able to understand simple Math concepts big, small, long short, in, out, tall, short
  • Have understanding of the time (clock) morning, afternoon, day, night...

P HYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Enjoys physical activities
  • Run, jump and climb, walk up and down stairs independently
  • Throw a ball / beanbag underarm and catch with 2 hands
  • Balance on one foot with support
  • Use a pencil, paintbrush and crayon with control, sit with correct posture to draw or trace letters and name.
  • Can cut with plastic knife and scissors
  • Use construction toys to build with 6 blocks
  • String large beads, mould clay into balls, cakes and strips
  • Is able to run in open spaces with an awareness of their body in space
  • Jump with two feet together and balance on one foot with support
  • Throw a ball / beanbag underarm and catch with 2 hands
  • Enjoy physical activities: run, jump and climb, walk up and down stairs confidently
  • Use a pencil, paintbrush and crayon with the correct tripod grip to trace, paint, draw and write.
  • Can tear, cut with scissors and paste using glue.

 

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Understands and follows simple instructions, class routines
  • Complete 8-10 piece puzzles and simple tasks
  • Use imagination, problem solving in play
  • Take on some familiar classroom roles and responsibilities
  • Learn to share and takes turns with friends
  • Share personal experiences as a member of a family / class
  • Show independence and self-confidence when approaching familiar learning experiences or groups
  • Sit properly during learning time or story time
  • Form relationships with familiar adults and some peers
  • Ask for help when needed verbally
  • Turn the tap on / off to wash hand and use tissue properly
  • Helps tidy up
  • Puts on and takes off shoes/slippers
  • Be able to feed oneself without messing and drinks from a cup without spilling
  • Be able to concentrate on a task up to 10 minutes persists when tasks are challenging
  • Experiments with equipment and tries new things
  • Participates in group activities / circle time; ask questions and contribute ideas
  • Use imagination, problem solving in play
  • Share, take turns and plays co-operatively with a core group of friends for sustained periods of time
  • Show an awareness of others needs and feelings
  • Interact with other children and know classmate’s names
  • Interacts with and responds  to teachers and to social greetings – hello / goodbye
  • Dress / undress with greater independence
  • Look after personal property and put them in the right place.
  • Follows set routines and classroom rules
  • Displays good table manners
  • Is able to tidy away toys
  • Hygiene washes hands often and uses tissues and disposes properly.
  • Can put on/off slippers and shoes

SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES

SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES

  • Knows name, age and gender
  • Names family members and some body parts
  • Knows the name of our school, class, room in the school and classroom items and furniture
  • Names special Moon Festival foods, Christmas symbols, Tet symbols
  • Names some parts of plants, fruits, vegetables
  • Names farm animals, ocean animals and jungle animals
  • Names some community helpers
  • Classifies modes of transport according to land, sea & air
  • Shows an understanding of traffic light signals
  • Can name some countries.
  • Identifies types of weather
  • Names some water features – lake, river, ocean

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

  • Can sing some simple song and move to the music and imitates a simple clapping beat
  • Can color  and draw simple pictures and enjoy painting
  • Can sing some simple English song and uses musical instruments
  • Imitates a simple clapping beat
  • Draw and paint and colors neatly

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

  • Puts headphones on unassisted
  • Manipulates the mouse and single click the mouse
  • Names some parts of the computer
  • Turns the computer on and off
  • Puts headphones on unassisted
  • Manipulates the mouse and single click the mouse
  • Names some parts of the computer

 

LEARNING OUTCOME PENN 4

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

LANGUAGE ART

LANGUAGE ART

  • Listen, stay focused and contributes ideas at circle time or class discussion
  • Listen to stories and retell a favorite story, tell stories by pictures
  • Greet and respond to greetings and follow three step instructions
  • Ask and answer questions
  • Sing songs and repeat rhymes
  • Identify and name sounds in the environment
  • Recognize the letters of the alphabet, uppercase and lowercase letters, full name, some words
  • Use the correct grip to hold a pencil or crayon to write and trace name, letters and numbers

 

  • Concentrate for extended periods of time and contribute ideas at circle time
  • Listen to other children during circle time and play.
  • Respond verbally to questions.
  • Recognize the names of and sounds of all the letters of the alphabet, uppercase and lower case letters
  • Communicate ideas with other people
  • Recognize some of theme vocabulary words
  • Attempt to recognize some high frequency words
  • Read stories & identify characters using pictures
  • Use the correct grip with my pencil or crayon.
  • Write own name, lower and upper case letters and some high frequency words.

MATH

MATH

  • Rote count up to 15 and recognize the numerals 1 – 15
  • Identify, describe and copy patterns, create own patterns
  • Recall routine school events in sequence
  • Solve simple mazes
  • Begin to respond to left and right and express simple directions
  • Identify curved and straight lines, shapes in the environment
  • Understand the concepts of time, measurement
  • Discuss and interpret the data collected from environment
  • Complete 12-15 piece puzzles

 

  • Rote counts up to 20 and recognize numbers from 1 to 20.
  • Identify, copy & continue pattern of more than 2 attributes, explain non patterns and create own patterns
  • Understand and respond to left and right and describe position with increasing detail
  • Use mathematical language to describe shapes
  • Tell the time by the hour
  • Understand difference concepts of time and measurement
  • Complete 20-30 piece puzzle

P HYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

Move with confidence in a variety of ways

Jump up and down with control and balances on one foot for short time

Kick a ball

Walk along a balance beam

Bounce and catch a ball with 2 hands

Use pencil, paintbrush and crayon using correct grip, and use scissors to cut along a line

Thread beads and do similar fine motor activities

Move with confidence in a variety of ways

Jump up and down and over obstacles with control and balances on one foot for short time

Kick a ball and stop the ball

Walk along a balance beam

Bounce and catch a ball with 2 hands

Use pencil, paintbrush and crayon using correct grip and use scissors to cut along a line

Thread beads and do similar fine motor activities

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Choose and completes a task, tries again if can’t do a task the first time
  • Express self through personal creations and use imagination in play
  • Follow the class rules and take turns when playing with other children
  • Beginning to express emotions appropriately and know the difference between right and wrong,
  • Know the names of classmates
  • Look after belongings and tidy up after myself
  • Use good table manners and self dress 
  • Choose and complete a task, try again if I can’t do a task the first time
  • Express self through creations/ imagination
  • Take turns and give assistance when playing with other children
  • Express my emotions appropriately, ask relevant questions and takes turns when listening and speaking.
  • Know the difference between right and wrong and use words to solve problems
  • Take responsibility for their own belongings and the classroom environment

SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES

SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES

  • Name different rooms and people in school
  • Identify the five senses, different parts of the body
  • Identify family members and discuss their roles
  • Identify different occupations in the community, different types of transportation, the four seasons
  • Describe events related to Christmas, TET Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival
  • Understands facts about my country and other countries
  • Identifies and describes different modes of transport, different occupations in the community, different types of weather
  • Understands how to protect and sustain the environment, and the important role of water in the community

 

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

  • Sing songs and dance to the song/ music
  • Use musical instruments correctly
  • Imitate a simple clapping beat
  • Use a range of materials, colors and methods to make an art work
  • Sing songs and dance to the song/ music
  • Use musical instruments correctly
  • Clap a beat.
  • Use a range of materials, colors and methods to make an art work

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

  • Open and close a program
  • Identify some parts of the computer
  • Use the mouse to single click and drag items
  • Handle headphones correctly

 

  • Turn the computer on and off correctly.
  • Open and close a program
  • Identify some parts of the computer
  • Use the mouse to single click and drag items
  • Handle headphones correctly

 

 LEARNING OUTCOMES PENN 5

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

LANGUAGE ART

LANGUAGE ART

 

  • Can relay a message, tell familiar, expresses feelings, opinions and simple requests
  • Communicate needs and wants in ways that are easily understood
  • Recognizes a small bank of sight words (20)
  • Segments and blends consonants and vowels
  • Recognizes and writes own name, simple words, labels
  • Writes letters to represents sounds and uses groups of letters to make words
  • Hold a  book correctly, turn pages properly and read familiar words
  • Identify characters and the setting in stories
  • Copy words and simple sentences and attempts to write some simple words

 

  • Express feelings, opinions and simple requests, participate in group discussions confidently
  • Retell a favorite story or event and sing some familiar songs
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  • Have knowledge of all letters and their sounds and write upper and lower case letters
  • Use some simple sound blends and identify beginning and ending sounds of spoken words and start to sound out simple words
  • Hold a  book correctly, turn pages properly and read familiar words
  • Demonstrate independent reading skills and can recognize a bank of sight words (50 words)
  • Identify characters and the setting in stories
  • Copy words and simple sentences and attempts to write words independently

MATH

MATH

  • Represents numbers to 30 and recognizes and reads number names to fifteen
  • Reads and uses ordinal numbers to 10
  • Recognize that there are different notes in the monetary system (VND)
  • Can do simple additions and subtractions
  • Understand concepts about measurement long, short, big small, tall, high,…
  • Uses and understands time concepts e.g. day time, night time, yesterday, today, tomorrow and sequences events in time
  • Identifies and draws straight and curved lines, open and closed shapes, 2D, 3D shapes
  • Recognize, copy, continue and create repeating patterns using sounds or actions, objects or pictures
  • Complete 30-50 piece puzzles
  • Can count orally to 50 and recognize the number to 50
  • Recognize and reads number names to twenty
  • Demonstrates simple addition/ subtraction to 20 using visual aides
  • Recognize equal and unequal groups; a half and a whole
  • Understand concepts of time, and tell the time by hour
  • Understand concepts of mass and volume: heavy heaviest, light lightest; empty, full…
  • Can interpret a simple picture graph
  • Organize actual objects or pictures into a data display
  • Identify, represent and name 2D shapes, 3D shapes
  • Describe features of common 3D objects using everyday language – flat, round, curved

 

P HYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Have established gross motor skills and fine motor skills
  • Display hand-eye co-ordination
  • Show co-ordination, flexibility and balance
  • Show confident in the water
  • Have established gross motor skills and fine motor skills
  • Display hand-eye co-ordination
  • Show co-ordination, flexibility and balance
  • Show confident in the water and begin to float and move with swimming strokes

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Have established self-help skills
  • Participate appropriately in group activities in the classroom
  • Able to express emotions appropriately and recognize emotions in others
  • Can share, take turns, cooperates with other students in play situations and follow rules
  • Follow classroom routines independently
  • Concentrate during learning time
  • Choose and complete a task
  • Offer ideas and strategies to problem solve
  • Contributes ideas at circle time
  • Asks and answers relevant questions
  • Expresses self through creations
  • Uses imagination in play
  • ​Able to interact with, and respond to the teachers
  • Express emotions appropriately and recognize emotions in others
  • Cooperate with other students, can share, take turns and  follow rules in play situations
  • Have self-confidence, and is able to takes on classroom  
  •  roles and follow classroom rules and routines independently 
  • Able to take care of their own belongings
  • Concentrate and contribute ideas during learning time, ask and answer relevant questions, offers ideas and strategies to problem solve
  • Choose and complete a task
  • Expresses self through creation and imagination in play

 

SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES

SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES

  • Classifies non-living and living things
  • Recognizes what a plant needs to grow
  • Sequences the stages of a simple life cycle
  • Describes parts of a house
  • Identifies common materials for building
  • Names household appliances and their use
  • Classifies land and sea animals
  • Identifies animal habitats
  • Names and describes own family members
  • Recognizes roles within the family unit
  • Identifies needs and wants in the family
  • Identifies some celebrations that occur within families
  • Understands personal growth and change over time
  • Is able to find Vietnam on a World map / globe
  • Can name some major cities and  some places in the community
  • Can name some water sources in the environment – river, lake, ocean
  • Identifies different materials – wood, plastic, metal, paper
  • Can draw ways to save the Earth e.g. reuse, reduce, recycle
  • Can identify the seasons and weathers, some natural disasters 
  • Can match animals with their environments
  • Names some occupations and the work they do
  • Can classify vehicles according to land, sea and air and identify traffic signs
  • Have understanding about Uncle Ho, Hanoi,
  • Vietnam, some other countries

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

CREATIVE ART AND MUSIC

  • Participates and shows enjoyment in music sessions
  • Can clap a steady beat
  • Demonstrates confidence and control in rhythmic activities
  • Sings familiar songs and rhymes
  • Uses musical instruments to show rhythm and tempo
  • Uses materials with imagination and creativity
  • Represents ideas with print and paint
  • Uses equipment safely and with control
  • Uses shape, color and texture in art
  • Experiments with color mixing
  • Uses painting, drawing and play dough to explore ideas and record their experiences
  • Participate and show enjoyment in music lessons
  • Sing familiar songs and rhymes and musical notes in tune
  • Use expressive body movements when responding to different kinds of music
  • Can learn simple dance routines and actions
  • Shows imagination and creativity in their art work
  • Uses a variety of tools, colors and material appropriately when doing art

 

 

 

 

 

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

  • Can name the parts of a computer
  • Use a mouse and head phone appropriately
  • Recognizes computer icons to self-navigate

 

  • Recognizes computer icons to self-navigate a range of multi-media resources
  • Has developed good mouse control
  • Can type own name and words using the keyboard

 

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