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The Singapore Education Service - Moulding the Future of Our Nation. Chinese Language Curriculum For Primary Schools (P5P6). Implemented in 2009. Chinese Language Curriculum and Pedagogy Review Committee set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

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The Singapore Education Service - Moulding the Future of Our Nation

Chinese Language Curriculum For Primary Schools(P5P6)

Implemented in 2009


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Chinese Language Curriculum and Pedagogy Review Committee set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

The government accepted all the recommendations in Nov 2004.

Background


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Differentiated Objectives set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students. for Range of CL Students

  • All CL students: enthuse them to learn CL

  • Majority of students: focus on oral communication and reading; writing to reinforce language skills

  • Students with ability and interest: develop fluency in all four language skills and good understanding of Chinese culture

  • An essential group of students: achieve both high proficiency in four language skills and an intuitive understanding of culture and contemporary developments in China


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Implementation Timeline for the Pri CL Curriculum set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

2010

P6

2009

P5

2008

P4

2008

P3

2007

P2

2007

P1


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P5P6 CL Curriculum set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.


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FCL set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

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CL

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CL

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Core Module

Core Module

Core Module

School-based Module

Bridging Module /

School-based Module /

Enrichment Module

Reinforcement Module /

School-based Module /

Enrichment Module

HCL

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HCL

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HCL

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Core Module

Core Module

Core Module

School-based Module /

Enrichment Module

School-based Module /

Enrichment Module

School-based Module /

Enrichment Module

CL

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Core Module

School-based Module /

Enrichment Module

Curriculum Structure

P1 / P2

P3 / P4

P5 / P6


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P5P6 Framework set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

Higher Chinese

Chinese

Themes

Learning Points

Characters


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Points to Note for HCL Students set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

  • Only required to purchase and use one set of HCL instructional materials

  • Still required to sit for both CL and HCL papers for PSLE

  • Still entitled to the HCL bonus points when applying to SAP secondary schools


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Parent Support set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.


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Parent Support set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

  • Encourage children to speak to family members in Mandarin

  • Encourage your child to read good Chinese books

    • Public libraries

    • Audio books, electronic books

    • Student Newspapers

  • Expose your child to good Chinese television programmes, e.g. cartoons


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Parent Support set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

  • Tap on the environment such as road signs and advertisements to engage your child in Chinese conversations during outings

  • Allow the children to learn through meaningful games


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Parent Support set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

  • Do not excessively correct children’s mistakes

    • Build up their confidence

    • Children are more willing to use the language, and thus will acquire it better


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Information on CL Learning Resources set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.


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Information on CL Learning Resources set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

1. Syllabus for CL Curriculum 2007 [available only in Chinese]

2. Brochure for CL Curriculum

3. Digital Instructional Resources(DIR) for the new CL Curriculum


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Information on CL Learning Resources set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

4. Happy Town

5. The iFlashbook: an Online Interactive CL Textbook

6. “Happy Reading Express – School-based Reading Curriculum Guide”ON SALE!

(Singapore: Lingzi Media PTE LTD, 2008)


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Information on CL Learning Resources set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.

7. Recommended CL Supplementary Readers 2008 (Updated version)

8. Thumbs Up: a CL Newspaper for Primary School Children

9.Schoolbag


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Thank You set up in Feb 2004 in response to changing home background of students.


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