Difference between kbsr and kssrPresentation Transcript
DIFFERENCE BET WEEN KBSR AND KSSR by Fatin,Syaza, Jai
ELEMENTS AIMS OBJECTIVES FRAMEWORK CURICULUM ORGANIZATION ROLE OE TEACHER SKILLS INVOLVED ASSESSMENT WORD LIST EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES
AIMS KBSR KSSRThe English language syllabus The English Language for primary school aims to Curriculum for Primary equip pupils with skills and Schools aims to equip pupils provide a basic with basic language skills understanding of the to enable them to English language so that communicate effectively they are able to in a variety of contexts that’s communicate, both appropriate to the orally and in writing, in pupils’ level of and out of school. development.
OBJECTIVES KBSR KSSR i. communicate with peers and adultsi) listen to and understand simple spoken confidently and appropriately in formal English to be able to function in common and informal situations; everyday situations; ii. read and comprehend a range of Englishii) speak and respond clearly and appropriately texts for information and enjoyment; in common everyday situations using simple language; iii. write a range of texts using appropriate language, style and form through aiii) to read and understand different kinds of variety of media; texts (from print and electronic sources) for enjoyment and information; iv. appreciate and demonstrate understanding of English languageiv) write (including e-mail) for different literary or creative works for enjoyment; purposes using simple language; and andv) show an awareness and appreciation of v. use correct and appropriate rules of moral values and love towards the nation. grammar in speech and writing.
SHAPE KBSR KSSR• Communication • Communication• Human and • Spiritual, attitudeenvironment and values• Self development • Humanity • Physical aesthetical development • Science and technology
ORGANIZATION KBSR KSSR• According to each subjects (syllabus / Primary education is divided into twotext books) stages:The language contents are the sound Stage One Years 1, 2 and 3system, grammar and vocabulary. Stage Two, Years 4, 5 and 6.Several teaching contexts have beensuggested through which the language skills In Years 1, 2 and 3 in national schools, theand language content are to be taught. English language curriculum emphasises the development of basic language skills so that pupils will have a strong foundation to build their proficiency in the language.
MATERIALS KBSR KSSR• Using syllabus containing: • Using curriculum documents standard content content standard learning learning outcome In years 1 and 2, suggested activities in there will only be four modules; namely:teaching and learning process Module One : Listening and Speaking• Textbook Module Two : Reading Module Three : Writing Module Four : Language Arts In Years 3 - 6, grammar is added to the above four modules • Textbook
SKILL KBSR KSSR It comprises the four language skills emphasises the development of of listening, speaking, reading, and basic language skills so that pupils writing as well as the language will have a strong foundation to contents build their proficiency in the language. Listening and Speaking Reading Writing Language Arts
TIME ALLOCATION KBSR KSSR• 1500 minutes of class • 1380 minutes of classtime time • Periods of Bahasa Malaysia subject in Chinese schools increase to ten • Number of English periods had increased
WORD LIST KBSR KSSRa sample of the more based on common words common words a high frequency words that high frequency words and can be used repetitively in can be used and recycled in different contexts. different contexts and topics.
ASSESSMENT METHOD KBSR KSSR• Clear emphasis on •Multiple sources of evidencesummative assessment •Teachers will build a profile of pupils’ language development and assess them individually. •A combination of formative and summative assessment methods.
EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES KBSR KSSR Thinking skill Thinking skill Mastery learning Learning how to learn skill ICT ICT Multiple Intelligence Multiple Intelligence Constructivism Contextual learning Values and citizenship Learning how to learn skill Knowledge Acquisition Values and citizenship Preparation for the real Knowledge Acquisition world Creative and innovation Entrepreneurship