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1 Republic of Namibia MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, ARTS AND CULTURE JUNIOUR PRIMARY PHASE CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT RECORD BOOK GRADE FOR IMPLEMENTATION: 05

2 Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture National Institute for Educational Development (NIED) Private Bag 04 Okahandja Namibia Copyright NIED, Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture 05 Continuous Assessment Record Form Grade ISBN: x Printed by NIED Website: Revision date: 04

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS. Introduction.... How to assess.... Grade Descriptors First Language Informal Observation Checklist Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Environmental Informal Observation Checklist Arts Informal Observation Checklist Physical Education Informal Observation Checklist RME Informal Observation Checklist Annexe: Example of the calculations... 9

4 . Introduction This record book for grade consists of assessment record forms for all the syllabuses and all terms. It includes Informal Observation Checklists, Formal Assessment Class List and Formal Assessment Record Forms.. How to assess. Informal Continuous Assessment Informal continuous assessment is done on a daily basis, throughout the term. The observation information for informal continuous assessment will be recorded on informal observation checklists. The teacher should make sure that every child is informally assessed and the observation is recorded on the checklists. Informal Observation Checklist consists of the components and competencies of the subject. It is conducted during lessons, through careful observation of learners engagement in lesson activities as well as their written work. Informal continuous assessment must be part of the lesson planning and clear assessment criteria must be set. It is recorded after a series of lessons when an understanding is acquired. A teacher can indicate observation using a tick ( ) to indicate that the learner has mastered the competency or cross (x) to indicate that the competency is not mastered (no marks should be entered in the informal continuous assessment checklists).. Formal Continuous Assessment Formal Assessment is normally done after the conclusion of a theme, topic, skill or components. Teachers can give short written tests, quizzes or oral test over the term. These assessments must be carefully planned and conducted according to the criterion-based descriptors on the letter grades. Please note that formal continuous assessment activities like short tests or quizzes should be spread over the term and written during normal classes. This means that no Junior Primary classes (Grades to ) will have a "test week" or a "test time table" during which learners are required to study for tests. Formal continuous assessment marks will be recorded first on a class list and then be summarised on a formal continuous assessment record forms. These marks are recorded on class lists at least after three weeks of teaching and thereafter; there will only be one class list (each term) in all the subjects. The teacher should make sure that there is the same number of marks for each learner in each column on the class list. Marks should be awarded and then converted to ten (0) for formal continuous assessment in all the subjects and for all the various: skills components Themes/topics/topics of integration At the end of each trimester the average marks on the class list for different skills, components and themes/topics/ topics of integration will be calculated. See an example on the Formal Assessment Class List. marks are then rounded as follows: Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

5 9.5 0 = 0 marks = 9 marks = 8 marks = 7 marks = 6 marks = 5 marks = 4 marks.5.4 = marks = marks = mark = 0 mark The average marks should be transferred to the Continuous Assessment Record Forms in the appropriate columns as full marks 0-0 (without decimal fractions). See an example on the Formal Assessment Record form. The summative assessment grade for each term will be the average percentages of these (skills/components), and the promotion grade for the end of the year will be the summative grades of the third trimester only. Please note: Final marks for the end of the year are the marks of the last term only. Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

6 . Grade Descriptors Grade % Range Competency descriptions A 80%+ Achieved competencies exceptionally well. The learner is outstanding in all areas of competency. B 70-79% Achieved competencies very well. The learner s achievement lies substantially above average requirements and the learner is highly proficient in most areas of competency. C 60-69% Achieved competencies well. The learner has mastered the competencies satisfactorily in unknown situations and contexts. D 50-59% Achieved competencies satisfactorily. The learner s achievement corresponds to average requirements. The learner may be in need of learning support in some areas. E 40-49% Achieved the minimum number of competencies to be considered competent. The learner may not have achieved all the competencies, but the learner s achievement is sufficient to exceed the minimum competency level. The learner is in need of learning support in most areas. U 0-9% Ungraded. The learner has not been able to reach a minimum level of competency, even with extensive help from the teacher. The learner is seriously in need of learning support. The Meaning of grades In the Junior Primary phase, assessment is Criterion-referenced. This means that, when letter grades are awarded, it is essential that they reflect the learner's actual level of achievement in relation to the Competencies. Letter grades may be awarded directly or indirectly. When a letter grade is awarded directly, the teacher assesses the level of achievement of the competencies and awards the appropriate letter grade. Letter grades are awarded indirectly when a mark is used and then converted to the letter grade. Marks must be related to criteria for assessing learners achievement in the same way as when awarding letter grades directly. NB: It is an absolute MUST to consult the syllabuses in the different subjects very well when planning lessons, so you know exactly what should be assessed. Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

7 Listen and respond appropriately Retell stories in correct order Respond to instructions, messages, announcements and information Repeat sentence in correct sequence Respond by draw, mime and role play stories Communicate with confidence express own ideas Use correct intonation and pronunciation Use courtesy expressions Tell prepared and unprepared stories Say rhymes, and sing songs Explain how things work; simple directions Inform by telling a procedure Answer questions using simple and compound sentences Grade Term: Year: 0 4. First Language Informal Observation Checklist Listening and Responding Attentive Listening and Appropriate Responding Fluent, Confident and Imaginative Communication Speaking and Communicating Purposes of Language Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 4

8 Identify and count syllables Delete and replace syllables to make new words Identify and substitute rhyming words Distinguish short vowel sounds Distinguish long vowel sounds Identify beginning, middle and end sounds; replace/delete Read print from leftto-right, top-tobottom Demonstrate correct handling of books Recognise letter names and sounds of alphabet Read words with - letter blends (beginning/end) Recall sight words Make up stories from pictures books Use prediction skills to link words with pictures Read unfamiliar words First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Term: Year: 0 Reading and Viewing Phonological Awareness and Articulation Features of Print Phonics Decoding Strategies Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 5

9 Use titles, headings and pictures to predict stories Retell to show understanding Role-play to show understanding Sequence pictures, diagrams correctly Answer literal questions correctly Answer higher-order questions correctly Read fictional texts silently with understanding Read prepared texts Read unprepared text Identify structure of a story, e.g. beginning and ending Identify phrases suggesting emotion First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Reading and Viewing Comprehensi Comprehension on Strategies Reading Silently and Aloud Response to Literature Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 6

10 Demonstrate rhythm and speed in writing Demonstrate legible print; correct formation, size, spacing in written work Write dictation words and sentences correctly Write creative stories in simple past tense Write personal experiences in simple past tense Write procedures to inform how to do something Write simple interview questions Write cards and invitations Produce neat and legible written work First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Writing Handwriting Forms of Writing Process to Improve Writing Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 7

11 Use capital letters correctly Use exclamation mark correctly Commas for items in a series Identify, name and use countable and uncountable nouns Use pronouns correctly Use possessive pronouns correctly Identify, name and use verbs correctly Use prepositions correctly use adjective correctly regular verbs from present to past negative regular verbs from simple to past Change irregular verbs from present to past Change negative irregular verbs from present to past Use verbs to describe current events Use verbs to describe an event in the future Use modals correctly Use quantifiers correctly Use determiners correctly First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Capitals and Punctuation Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Parts of Speech Tenses Sentence Simple Present and Simple Past Present Future Construction, Continu Conventions and ous Rules Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 8

12 Segment words into syllables Identify homophones Identify simple homonyms Identify masc. and fem. words synonyms and antonyms correctly Add s to form plurals Form irregular plurals, Write words correctly Enter words into self-made dictionary Indentify little words within big words spell prints from the environment Apply silent e es a long vowel sound First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Word Study Spelling Strategies Application of Spelling Rules Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 9

13 Grade: Term: First Language Formal Assessment Class list Listening & Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Language Structure Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 0

14 Listen for enjoyment/respond to characters and events Retell story with main idea and details in correct order sequence of verbal instructions, messages, announcements and information Repeat sequence of sentences Respond by drawing, miming and role playing Show accepted listening behaviour Communicate spontaneously, confidently/express own ideas Fluent/expressive; correct intonation & pronunciation Use courtesy expressions Tell prepared and unprepared stories Say riddles and jokes recall personal exps. & news events; express opinions Describe an animal, person, event/experience using tenses correctly simple processes; how things work; simple directions Inform by telling a procedure Answer questions using correct language structure State an opinion Give a command First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Listening and Responding Attentive Listening and Appropriate Responding Fluent, Confident and Imaginative Communication Speaking and Communicating Purposes of Language Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

15 Extend sentences by adding phrases/more detail Identify and substitute rhyming words Distinguish long vowel sounds Recognise/create repetitions of sounds Blend and split onesyllable words into onset and rime; include -letter blends Read print from left-toright, top-to-bottom, pageby-page Demonstrate correct handling of books Read words with -letter blends (beginning/end) Read words with -letter blends Read words with consonant and vowel digraphs Read words with diphthongs Recall sight words Use prediction skills to link words with pictures Read unfamiliar words Use titles, headings, pictures to predict stories Retell to show understanding Role-play to show understanding Sequence pictures, diagrams correctly Answer literal questions correctly Answer higher-order questions correctly First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Term: Year: 0 Reading and Viewing Phonological Awareness and Features Articulation of Print Phonics Decoding Strategies Comprehension Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

16 Read fictional texts silently Read texts to find information Read prepared texts correctly Read unprepared text correctly Identify characters, settings and plots Identify structure of a story, e.g. beginning and ending Identify phrases suggesting emotion First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Reading and Viewing Reading Silently and Aloud Response to Literature Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

17 Demonstrate rhythm and speed in writing Demonstrate legible print; correct formation, size, spacing in written work Write dictation of sentences correctly Write creative stories in simple past tense Write simple rhyming or free verse poems Write recounts/ recalls of personal experiences in simple past tense Write factual descriptions using simple & compound sentences. Write explanations correctly Write procedures correctly Write simple interview questions Write cards and invitations Produce neat and legible written work First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Writing Handwriting Forms of Writing Process to Improve Writing Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 4

18 Use capital letters correctly Use question mark correctly Use exclamation mark correctly Use commas correctly Use countable/ uncountable nouns correctly Use collective nouns correctly Use pronouns correctly Use possessive pronouns correctly Use verbs correctly use adjectives correctly Change regular verbs from present to past Change negative regular verbs from simple to past Change irregular verbs from present to past Change negative irregular verbs from present to past Use verbs to describe current event Use verbs to describe an future event Use conjunctions correctly Apply subject-verb agreement rules Use modals correctly First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Capitals and Punctuation Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Parts of Speech Tenses Sentence Simple Present and Simple Past Present Continuous Future Construction, Conventions and Rules Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 5

19 Identify simple homonyms Use suffixes correctly Use synonyms and antonyms correctly Use s to form plural Use irregular plurals correctly Add es, to from plural Use y to i to form plural Write words correctly Enter words into self-made dictionary Identify little words within big words Read and spell prints from environment Apply spelling rule s correctly First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Word Study Spelling Strategies Application of Spelling Rules Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 6

20 Grade: Term: First Language Formal Assessment Class list Listening & Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Language. Structure Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 7

21 Listen and respond appropriately Retell story in correct order Respond to instructions, messages, announcements Repeat sentences in sequence Draw, mime and role play stories Use courtesy expressions Tell prepared and unprepared stories Say poems and perform simple dialogue Recall personal experiences. and news events; Describe an animal, person or event using tenses correctly Explain simple processes and directions Inform by telling a procedure Ask interview questions State an opinion Prepare and present presentations in correct format First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Listening and Responding Attentive Listening and Appropriate Responding Fluent, Confident and Imaginati ve Communi cation Speaking and Communicating Purposes of Language Planning and Presenting Information Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 8

22 Extend sentences by adding phrases/more detail Distinguish long vowel sounds Recognise/create repetitions of sounds Blend and split one-syllable words Demonstrate correct handling of books Read words with - letter blends (beginning/end) Read words with - letter blends Read words with consonant and vowel digraphs Read words with trigraphs Read words with quadgraphs Read words with diphthongs Recall sight words First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Term: Year: 0 Reading and Viewing Phonological Awareness and Articulation Features of Print Phonics Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 9

23 Use prediction skills to link sentences with pictures Read unfamiliar words Use titles, headings, pictures to predict information Retell to show understanding Role-play to show understanding Answer literal questions correctly Answer higherorder questions correctly Read fictional texts silently Read texts to find information Read prepared text Read unprepared text Identify characters, settings and plots Identify structure of a story, e.g. beginning and ending First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Reading and Viewing Decoding Strategies Comprehensi Comprehension on Strategies Reading Silently and Aloud Response to Literature Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 0

24 Demonstrate rhythm and speed; writing in guiding lines Demonstrate legible print; correct formation, size, spacing in written work Write dictation of combine sentences correctly Write creative stories in simple past tense with beginning, middle and end Write simple rhyming or free verse poems Write personal experiences in simple past tense Write factual descriptions using simple and compound sentences. Write explanations to show how things work Write procedures to inform how to do something Write simple interview questions Write statements to show opinion and justification Write cards and invitations Write a friendly letter Produce neat and legible written work First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Handwriting Writing Forms of Writing Process to Improve Writing Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

25 Use apostrophes for contraction Use apostrophes for possession Use commas correctly Identify, name and use countable/uncountable nouns Use collective nouns correctly Use pronouns correctly Use possessive pronouns correctly Use verbs correctly Use adverbs correctly Change regular verbs from present to past Change negative regular verbs from simple to past Change irregular verbs from present to past Change negative irregular verbs from present to past Use verbs to describe future events Use conjunctions correctly Apply subject-verb agreement rules Use quantifiers correctly Use determiners correctly First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Capitals and Punctuation Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Parts of Speech Tenses Sentence Construction, Conventions and Rules Simple Present & Simple Past Future Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

26 Add ly, ous, tion and er Identify and match simple synonyms and antonyms Spell contractions correctly Explain; use simple proverbs Form plurals by adding es, e.g. dishes, watches, glasses etc Form plurals by changing y to i and adding es, e.g. ladies Form plurals by changing f to v and adding es, e.g. knives Use sound knowledge to spell and write words Write words correctly using patterns, length, shapes and features Enter words into selfmade dictionary Identify little words within big words Read & spell prints from the environment Apply spelling rule of changing e into ing Apply spelling rule of silent e at end of word Apply spelling rule of i before e Apply the spelling rule of double suffix at end of words First Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Word Study Spelling Strategies Application of Spelling Rules Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

27 Grade: Term: First Language Formal Assessment Class list Listening & Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Language. Structure Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 4

28 Term Listening& Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Lang. Structure % Grade for Term First Language Grade: Formal Assessment Record Form Term: - Year: 0 Date Completed Observation Comments Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 5

29 Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 6

30 English phonemes and tones Role play stories Ask and answer simple questions Follow and give instructions Respond appropriately to courtesies and greetings Use new words in activities and assignments Retell parts of stories and tell own stories Pronounce words and phrases e.g.and articles a contractions Correctly say rhymes and sing songs Role-play greetings, instructions & commands Participate in free discussion using new words in context Copy 5 lines of words showing correct pattern formation, spacing and rhythm Demonstrate correct spacing rhythm and formation of letters Write prepared paragraphs on familiar topics Write a collection of own stories, cartoons and articles Write and keep an up-todate list of new vocabulary 5. Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Listen to Stories, Rhymes & Poems Listening and Responding Speaking and Communicating Writing Instructions, Courtesies and Greetings Vocabulary in Context Pronunciation and Expression Handwriting Creative Writing Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 7

31 Show respect for books/handle with care Show good reading habits Clap and count syllables in words Delete and replace syllables in words to make new words Identify and substitute rhyming words Distinguish between short/long vowel sounds in words Identify beginning, middle and end sound in word and replace sound to make new word Construct and read - letter words Read words with familiar blends Read words with familiar digraphs Read words with familiar basic diphthongs Use phonic patterns and blends to read unfamiliar words Read prepared and unprepared texts of about 50 words Correctly answer simple and higherorder questions Find and extract information from books Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Incidental Reading for Enjoyment Reading and Viewing Phonological Awareness and Articulation Phonics Reading for Understanding Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 8

32 Use Capital letters correctly Full stop,?,! and comma /use com. & prop. noun Use pronouns Use possessive pronouns and use common verbs Use and demonstrate preps. Use adjectives to describe noun Use common regular verbs in simple present (s/p) Apply subject-verb agreement Use simple irregular verbs in s/p Use present continuous tense to describe action happening now Use familiar regular verbs in simple past Use irregular verbs in simple past Use familiar verbs in simple future Use statements, questions and exclamations Construct yes/no questions Construct who, what ; when, where, why and how quest. Use the word because Make/recognise -letter cvc words Segment words into syllables Add s to make nouns plural Form irregular plurals, e.g. men Sound out words Use visual memory to spell words Use method to spell words Apply spelling rules correctly Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Capitals/ Punctuati on Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Parts of Speech Tenses (speaking and writing ) (speaking, reading & writing) Sentence Construction (speaking and writing) Word Study Spelling Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 9

33 Second Language Formal Assessment Class list Grade: Term: Listening & Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Language. Structure Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 0

34 English phonemes and tones Role play stories Ask and answer simple questions Follow and give instructions Respond appropriately to courtesies and greetings Use new words in activities and assignments Retell parts of stories and tell own stories Pronounce words and phrases e.g.and articles a Correctly say rhymes and sing songs Role-play greetings, instructions & commands Participate in free discussion using new words in context Demonstrate correct spacing, rhythm and formation of letters when writing sentences Write prepared and unprepared paragraphs on Write a collection of own stories, cartoons and Write and keep an up-to-date list of new vocabulary Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Listening and Responding Speaking and Communicating Writing Listen to Instructions, Courtesies Vocabulary Pronunciation and Expression Hand Creative Writing Stories, Rhymes and Greetings in Context writing and Poems Term: Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

35 Show respect for books/handle with care Show good reading habits Clap and count syllables in wrd Delete and replace syllables in words to make new words Identify and substitute rhyming words Identify beginning, middle and end sound in word and replace sound to make new word Recognise/create repetitions of initial sounds in words Blend and split onsets and rimes including - letter blends Construct and read - letter words Read words with familiar blends Read words with familiar digraphs Read words with familiar basic diphthongs Use phonic patterns and blends to read unfamiliar words Read prepared and unprepared texts of about 50 words Correctly answer simple and higher-order questions Find and extract information from books Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Incidental Reading for Enjoyment Reading and Viewing Phonological Awareness and Articulation Phonics Reading for Understanding Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

36 Use Capital letters correctly Full stop,?,! and comma /use com. and prop. noun Use pronouns Use possessive pronouns and use common verbs Use and demonstrate preps. Use adjectives to describe noun Use common regular verbs in simple present (s/p) Apply subject-verb agreement Use simple irregular verbs in s/p Use present continuous tense to describe action happening now Use familiar regular verbs in simple past Use irregular verbs in simple past Use familiar verbs in sim. future Use statements, questions and exclamations Construct who, what, ;when, where, why and how quest. Use conjunctions of time Use could, would and should Use this, these, that, those Use quantifiers Use the word because Segment words into syllables Add s to make nouns plural Form irregular plurals, e.g. men Form other plurals, e.g. ladies Sound out words Use visual memory to spell wds Use method to spell words Apply spelling rules correctly Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Capitals / Punctua tion Parts of Speech (speaking, reading and writing) Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Tenses (speaking and writing ) Sentence Construction (speaking and writing) Word Study Spelling Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04

37 Second Language Formal Assessment Class list Grade: Listening & Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Language. Structure Term: Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 4

38 English phonemes and tones Role play stories Ask and answer simple questions Follow and give instructions Respond appropriately to courtesies and greetings Use new words in activities and assignments Retell parts of stories and tell own stories Pronounce words and phrases e.g.and articles a contractions Correctly say rhymes and sing songs Role-play greetings, instructions & commands Participate in free discussion using new words in context Demonstrate correct spacing, rhythm and formation of letters when writing sentences Write prepared and unprepared paragraphs on familiar topics Write a collection of own stories, cartoons and articles Write and keep an up-todate list of new vocabulary Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Listening and Responding Speaking and Communicating Writing Listen to Instructions, Vocabulary in Pronunciation and Expression Hand Creative Writing Stories, Courtesies and Context writing Rhymes & Greetings Poems Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 5

39 Show respect for books/handle with care Show good reading habits Identify and substitute rhyming words Identify beginning, middle and end sound in word and replace sound to make new word Recognise/create repetitions of initial sounds in words Blend and split onsets and rimes including -letter blends Read words with familiar blends Read words with familiar digraphs Read words with familiar basic diphthongs Use phonic patterns and blends to read unfamiliar words Read prepared and unprepared texts of about 50 words Correctly answer simple and higherorder questions Find and extract information from books Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Grade Term: Year: 0 Incidental Reading for Enjoyment Reading and Viewing Phonological Awareness and Articulation Phonics Reading for Understanding Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 6

40 Use Capital letters correctly Full stop,?,! and comma Use possessive pronouns and use common verbs Use and demonstrate preps. Use adjectives to describe noun Use simple irregular verbs in s/p Use present continuous tense to describe action happening now Use statements, questions & exclamations Construct who, what, ;when, where, why how quest. Use conjunctions of time Use could, would and should Use this, these, that, those Use quantifiers Add s to make nouns plural Form irregular plurals, e.g. men Form other plurals, e.g. ladies Sound out words Use method to spell words Apply spelling rules correctly Second Language Informal Observation Checklist Language Structure, Grammar and Language Use Grade Capitals/ Punctuati on Parts of Speech (speaking, Reading & writing) Tenses (speaking and writing ) Sentence Construction (speaking and writing) Word Study Spelling Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 7

41 Grade: Term: Year: 0 Second Language Formal Assessment Class list Listening & Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Language. Structure Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 8

42 Term Listening & Resp. Speaking & Comm. Reading & Viewing Writing Lang. & Structure % Grade for Term Second Language Grade: Formal Assessment Record Form Year: 0 Observation Comments Date Completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 9

43 Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 40

44 Concrete to 0 Mechanically to 600 Estimate objects to 5 Recognise no. in different arrangement Order & compare (, ) up to 00 Ascending 0-00 descending 00-0, identify ordinal nos. st -5 th Read/identify write no Write no. names to - 5 Double up to 60 without carrying Halve to 60 without remainder Recall no. bonds -0 Add two & digit numbers up to 00 Recognise quantity in numbers 500 Identify place value HTU Round off to the nearest 0 Number sequence -50 Identify/recognise odd & even numbers up to Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Number Concept Development Grade: Term: Year: 0 Counting Subtising/ estimation Ordering/ comparing Presenting Numbers Double & Halving Expanded tation Place Value Round ing off. pattern Odd & Even numbers Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 4

45 Solve, interpret and write story problem to 60 Record appropriate ways to find solution Use different strategies to solve problems to 60 Explain methods used Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Problem Solving Problem solving Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 4

46 Add decade numbers up to 00 Add two & digit numbers 0-00 Subtract decade numbers up to 00 Subtract two- or three - digit no. up to 50 X, x,4x tables Multiply any two-digit no. up to 50 Use symbol x Multiply repeated using addition Apply simple division facts Divide any two-digit no. 0 to 00 Use symbols Identify remainders Solve chain sums 0-00 fractional ½ ⅓, ¼, Common fractions ½, ¼, ¾, ⅓, Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Computation Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Multi-step Fractions Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 4

47 Order & compare non-standard units standard units (cm) Estimate/measure differences& record Draw a straight line Estimate& measure Use correct vocabulary Order and compare standard units (kg) Measure and record Order and compare objects Use correct vocab. Estimate then measure ( l, ml) Relate area to space Compare areas Relate events/time Days of the week & months of the year Use a calendar Tell time in hours, half & identify coins & notes to $50 Buying & selling N$ 0 Draw a shopping list with cost Roughly estimate Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Measurement Length Mass Capacity Area Time Money Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 44

48 name D shape Sort & classify shapes Identify right angles Draw/make shapes Create pictures and patterns D figures Sort & classify D objects Describe objects using words Make models Find D/D in Environment Recognize angles in everyday objects Describe position of the object drawn Collect,organize& display pictograph Interpret and analyses data Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Geometry Handling Geometrical Figures Location & position Data Pictographs, tables & bar graphs Term: Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 45

49 Grade: Term: Year: 0 Mathematics Formal Assessment Class List NCD Computation Problem Solving Measurement Geometry Data Handling Date Completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 46

50 Concrete to 0 Mechanically to 800 Estimate objects to 0 Recognise no. in different arrangement Order & compare (, ) up to 00 Ascending & descending 00, identify ordinal nos. st -0 th Read/identify write no Write no. names to -0 Double up to 80 Halve to 80 without remainder Recall no. bonds -5 Add two & digit numbers up to 00 Recognise quantity in numbers 800 Identify place value T& U Round off to the nearest 0 Number range -00 Identify/recognise odd & even numbers up to 00 Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Number Concept Development Grade: Counting Subtising/ estimation Ordering/ comparing Presenting Numbers Double & Halving Expanded tation Place Value Rounding off. pattern Odd & Even numbers Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 47

51 Solve, interpret and write story problem to 80 Record ways to find solution Use different strategies to solve problems to 80 Write stories using number sentences - 80 Explain methods used Identify and correct errors Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Problem Solving Problem solving Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 48

52 Add decade numbers up to 00 Add up two & three, no Subtract decade no. up to 00 Subtract two- or three -digit no x, 6x,7x tables Multiple any two-digit no. to 00 Use symbol x Multiply using repeated addition Apply simple division facts Divide any two-digit no. Use symbols Identify remainders Solve chain sums 0-00 fractional ½ ⅓, ¼, Common fractions ½, ¼, ¾, ⅓, Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Computation Grade: Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Multistep Fractions Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 49

53 Order & compare non-standard units Use standard units (cm, m) Estimate /measure Measure /record Draw a straight line Estimate/ measure correct vocabulary Order & compare standard units (kg, g) Write correct abbr. Measure& record Order & compare objects Use correct vocab. Estimate then measure (l, ml) Use correct abbrev. l, ml & record Relate area to space Compare areas occurrence & events Days of the week and months /year Use a calendar Tell time in hours, half, quarters & Identify coins & notes $50 Buying & selling $ 40 Draw a shopping list with cost Roughly estimate cost Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Measurement Length Mass Capacity Area Time Money Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 50

54 name D shape Sort & classify shapes Identify right angles Draw/make shapes Create pictures and patterns D figures Sort & classify D objects Describe objects using words Make models Find structure in Environment Recognize angles in everyday objects Describe position of the object drawn Collect,organize& display tables Interpret and analyse data Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Geometry Grade: Geometrical Figures Location & position Data Handling Pictographs, tables & bar graphs Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 5

55 Grade: Term: Year: 0 Mathematics Formal Assessment Class List NCD Computation Problem Solving Measurement Geometry Data Handling Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 5

56 Concrete to 50 Mechanically to 000 Estimate objects to 0 Recognise no. in different arrangement Order & compare (, ) up to 500 Ascending &descending 500, identify ordinal nos. st -0 th Read/identify write no Write no. names to -0 Double up to 00 Halve to 00 with remainder Recall no. bonds -0 Add & digit numbers up to 500 Recognise quantity in numbers 000 Identify place value T& U Round off to the nearest 0 Number range -00 Identify/recognise odd & even numbers up to 500 Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Number Concept Development Counting Subtising/ estimation Ordering/ comparing Presenting Numbers Double & Halving Expanded tation Place Value Rounding off. patter n Odd & Even numbers Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 5

57 Solve, interpret and write story problem to 00 Record ways to find solution Use different strategies to solve problems to 00 Write stories using number sentences -00 Explain methods used Identify and correct errors Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Problem Solving Problem solving Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 54

58 Add decade no. up to 500 Add up & no Subtract decade no. up to 500 Subtract two- or three -digit no. to 500 8X,9X, 0X tables Multiple any twodigit no. to 500 Use symbol x Multiply using repeated addition Apply simple division facts Divide any two-digit no Use symbols Identify remainders Solve chain sums fractional ½ ⅓, ¼, Common fractions ½, ¼, ¾, ⅓, Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Computation Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Multistep Fractions Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 55

59 Order & compare non-standard units Use standard units (cm, m) Estimate /measure Measure /record Draw a straight line Estimate/ measure correct vocabulary Order and compare standard units (kg,g) Write correct abbr. measurements Measure and record Order and compare objects Use correct vocab. Estimate then measure ( l, ml) Use correct abbrev. l, ml and rec. Relate area to space Compare areas Ourencies & events Days of the week and months of the year Use a calendar Time in hours, half, quarter & minutes & identify coins & notes $50 Buying & selling $50 Draw a shopping list with cost Roughly estimate cost Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Measurement Length Mass Capacity Area Time Money Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 56

60 name D shape Sort & classify shapes Identify right angles Draw/make shapes Create pictures and patterns D figures Sort & classify D objects Describe objects using words Make models Find structure in Environment Recognize angles in everyday objects Describe position of the object drawn collect,organize& display bar graph Interpret and analyse data Mathematics Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Geometry Data Handling Geometrical Figures Location & position Pictographs, tables & bar graphs Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 57

61 Grade: Term: Year: 0 Mathematics Formal Assessment Class List NCD Computation Problem Solving Measurement Geometry Data Handling Date Assessed Mathematics Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 58

62 Term NCD Computation Problem Solving Measurement Geometry Data Handling % Grade for Term Grade: Term: Formal Assessment Record Form Year: 0 Date Completed Observation Comments Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 59

63 Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 60

64 The roles of family members School information Public service providers explain why weather conditions change describe the effects of the seasons on plants and animals Different traditions in Namibia Symbols on the Namibian Coat of Arms Religious/non religious holidays Functions of different leaders Traditional homesteads /shelters - modern buildings Transport in the region Means of communication in the region Occupations in the region and the need of it Trading, buying and selling activities Signs, symptoms and prevention of common infectious diseases Behaviour towards people infected with HIV and AIDS explain why weather conditions change describe the effects of the seasons on plants and animals 7. Environmental Informal Observation Checklist THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT [Scientific Literacy & Numeracy- Integrate throughout the year. Families and Communities Weather, seasons and the environ (Summer) Family culture, national culture and historical events and people Infrastructure and means of communication Trading, earning, spending and saving A healthy and safe lifestyle Weather, seasons and the environment (Autumn) Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 6

65 Grade: Environmental Studies Formal Assessment Class list (Own choice topics to be recorded) Term: Year: Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 6

66 Body parts Private/non private Functions of the internal organs Control of emotions explain why weather conditions change describe the effects of the seasons on plants and animals Characteristics of a good friendship Safety measures home, school & environment Protect yourself YES/NO Preparation and storage of food Road and traffic safety rules Growth of plants Life cycle of plants flowering plants Different types of trees, own environment Uses of Plants Spreading of seeds /Namibian plants Environmental Informal Observation Checklist THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH SAFETY AND NUTRITION [Scientific Literacy & Numeracy-Integrate throughout the year. Parts and changes of body, emotions & senses Weather, seasons and the environment (Winter) Frien dship Taking care in potentially dangerous situations Healthy food and eating habits Traffic safety Plants as living things Grade: Term: Year: 0 Date Observed Grade: Environmental Studies Formal Assessment Class list (Own choice topics to be recorded) Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 6

67 Term: Year: Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 64

68 How animals move around Animal physical features, food chain and habits Wild animal conservation Physical changes in animals Methods of purifying water Locate where water is found in the environment Sources of pollution and prevention Cleaning and caring for the environment Physical properties Reasons for changes in weather conditions Effects of the seasons on plants and animals Features of the sky and seasons Energy-saving practices and benefits How energy can change form Effects of gravity Environmental Informal Observation Checklist HEALTH SAFETY AND NUTRITION [Scientific Literacy & Numeracy- Integrate throughout the year. Grade: Animals as living things Water - its uses, conservation and pollution Caring for the environ ment Properties and uses of materials Weather, seasons and the environment (Spring) The Earth, the Moon, our Solar System and the Universe Forces, motion and energy Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 65

69 Environmental Studies Formal Assessment Class list (Own choice topics to be recorded) Grade: Term: Year: Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 66

70 (%) Term Grade (%) Term Grade (%) Term Grade Environmental Studies Formal Assessment Record Form Term: - Grade: Year: Term Date Completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 67

71 Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 68

72 Demonstrate personal skills Use safe practice Demonstrate habits Demonstrate use of lines Use repetition of patterns Create geometrical shapes and patterns Sew a varied of simple snitches Make models of animals and peoples Recognise sounds Sing songs Play instruments Demonstrate spatial awareness Mime abstract ideas Exaggerate common gestures Demonstrate body awareness Perform traditional dance Demonstrate rehearsal techniques Describe own art Describe others art Grade: 8. Arts Informal Observation Checklist Participating Creating Apprec Co-operation, Visual arts: Music: singing Drama: Dance: respect, and use of line, shape, patterns (rhythm, beat) Expression Body awareness, safe practice and Modelling, pictures through mime, dance sequences convention Role play Evaluation and Reflection Term: Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 69

73 Grade: Arts Formal Assessment Class list Term: Visual Arts Music Drama Dance Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 70

74 Demonstrate personal skills Use safe practices Demonstrate habits Demonstrate use of lines Mix primary colours Create nongeometrical shapes Create textures Draw to record observations Improvise a melody Sing challenging songs Use percussion Demonstrate body awareness Plan and act out situations using puppets Create beginning, middle and end of a story Move freely to music Walk using a sequence Demonstrate body awareness Describe their art Describe others arts Arts Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Term: Participating Creating Appreciating Co-operation, Visual arts: Music: Drama: Dance: Body Evaluation respect, safe line, shape, patterns Singing Expression awareness, and practice and Modelling, pictures (rhythm, beat) through mime, dance reflection convention Role play sequences Year: 0 Date observed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 7

75 Arts Formal Assessment Class list Grade: Visual Arts Music Drama Dance Term: Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 7

76 Demonstrate social and social skills Use safe practice Demonstrate habits Create spaces Make D structures Use mix media Use mix primary colours Create pictures Sing the African Union Anthem Use body percussion Play instrument Play characters in different situations Create a simple situation Perform and demonstrate drama techniques Demonstrate body awareness Combine speeds Perform traditional dances Describe own art Describe others art Arts Informal Observation Checklist Grade: Participating Creating Appreciating Co-operation, respect, and use of safe practice and convention Visual arts: line, shape, patterns Modelling, pictures Music: singing (rhythm, beat) Drama: Expression through mime, Role play Dance: Body awareness, dance sequences Evaluation and reflection Term: Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 7

77 Arts Formal Assessment Class list Grade: Visual Arts Music Drama Dance Term: Year: 0 Date Assessed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 74

78 Term Visual Arts Music Drama Dance % Grade for Term Arts Grade: Formal Assessment Record Form Terms: - Year: 0 Date Completed Observation Comments Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 75

79 Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 76

80 Demonstrate endurance by playing the following games Demonstrate jumping skills for distance Demonstrate imitative sports that involves free running Demonstrate strong imitative activities of the muscles Move in challenging ways, varying body parts for support Rotate around the frontal axis Move in a various ways varying tempo, level by emphasise tempos Demonstrate Gr Competences as well as using extended terminology Use a variety objects to demonstrate roll & stop skills Demonstrate imitative activities of sport origin Choose own traditional games, Grade: Term: 9. Physical Education Informal Observation Checklist Athletics Physical Fitness Gymnastics Sport Skills Games space Running activities & Jumping activities Imitative activities & Muscular Strength & Endurance Loco-motor Movement, Jumping on the spot in various ways, Balancing and Activities with a partner Behavioural Rules and Rolling, Dribbling Imitative &Large Group Activities/ Games and Traditional Games Year: 0 Date completed Continuous assessment record book Grade, NIED 04 77