This term Summer 1 our IPC topic is Chocolate
The Three Types of Learning are:
Knowledge, Skills and Understanding
Art Learning Goals
Know how several artists – including some from their home country and the host country use forms, materials, and processes to suit their purpose. Be able to use art as a means of self-expression. Be able to choose materials and techniques which are appropriate for their task. Be able to explain their own work in terms of what they have done and why. Be able to talk about works of art, giving reasons for their opinions.
Geography Learning Goals
Know how particular localities have been affected by human activities. Know how the nature of localities affect the lives of people. Know about the weather and climatic conditions in the host country and how they affect the environment and the lives of people living there. Be able to use geographical terms. Be able to use maps at a variety of scales to locate the position and geographical features of localities. Be able to use secondary sources to obtain geographical information. Be able to express views on the features of an environment and the way it is being harmed or improved. Be able to communicate their geographical knowledge and understanding to ask and answer questions about geographical and environmental features. Understand how places fit into a wider geographical context. Understand that the quality of the environment can be sustained and improved.
History Learning Goals
Know about the main events, dates, and characteristics of the past societies they have studied. Know about the lives of people in those periods. Know about the main similarities and differences between the past societies they have studied. Be able to give some reasons for events and changes. Be able to gather information from simple sources. Be able to use their knowledge and understanding to answer simple questions about the past and about changes.
International Learning Goals
Know about some of the similarities and differences between the different home countries and between them and the host country. Know about ways in which these similarities and differences affect the lives of people. Be able to identify activities and cultures which are different from but equal to their own.
Science Learning Goals
Be able to carry out simple investigations. Be able to prepare a simple investigation which is fair, with one changing factor. Be able to predict the outcome of investigations. Be able to use simple scientific equipment. Be able to test ideas using evidence from observation and measurement. Be able to link evidence to broader scientific knowledge and understanding. Be able to use evidence to draw conclusions. Be able to gather information from simple texts. Understand the importance of collecting scientific evidence. Know about the principles of nutrition, growth, movement, and reproduction. Know about the function and care of teeth in humans and other animals. Know about the effect of exercise on the human body. Know about the effect of diet on the human body. Be able to compare common materials and objects according to their properties. Understand that different materials are suited for different purposes.
Technology Learning Goals
Know that the way in which products in everyday use are designed and made affects their usefulness. Be able to design and make products to meet specific needs. Be able to make usable plans. Be able to use simple tools and equipment with some accuracy. Be able to identify and implement improvements to their designs and products. Be able to identify the ways in which products in everyday use meet specific needs. Be able to suggest improvements to products in everyday use.