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COMPREHENSIVE QUALITY PLAN 2014-15 & 2015-16

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES SSA-RTE


Expected Learning outcomes among children – Stagewise

PRIMARY CLASSES I & II

• Students develop the concept of “print awareness”, understand it has meaning and
carries a message
• Students get familiarized in language aspects like combining speech sounds and
syllables, blending and segmenting sounds and sound identification.
• Students acquire the ability to spell words and pronounce which perhaps is an important
skill that supports reading ability and comprehension
• Students are exposed to “phonemic awareness “where they inhibit the ability to
associate letters and sounds.
• Students acquire the basic writing skill through proper fine motor activities like scribbling
or pretending to write
• Students observe the texture of plants, leaves, barks by their sensory touch
• Students obey simple commands like jump, shout, laugh, run etc.
• Students become familiar with colours, shapes, animals, birds, transport, patterns,
sounds and so on.
• Students gain ability to use and understand picture dictionary.
• Students gain confidence to use strokes and writes in cursive.
• Students learn to show skill of writing, starting with pattern writing.
• Students acquire confidence to make use of the available resources freely in the
classroom.
• Students are strengthened in the basic mathematical concepts like shapes, numbers
and operations
• Pattern & operation
• Basic ideas of measures such as length, mass, volume, time and money.
• Students acquire knowledge about their body parts and materials around themselves.
• Students are aware of personal hygiene
PRIMARY CLASSES III to V
• Students acquire the skills of speaking and listening to share, explain, express and
present a range of ideas, information, opinions and feelings for different purposes and
audiences
• Students thinking and exploring skills are extended resulting in questioning, acquiring
new ideas and developing explanations
• Students are able to write variety of clear and focused personal writing, informational
writing and creative writing.
• Students gain skill to predict the next happening/ incident in the story.
• Students gain ability to rearrange jumbled words and sentences.
• Through word games, anagrams, palindromes, puzzles and riddles, children gain higher
order thinking.
• Students compete in basic operations upto four digit numbers and acquire profound
skills in doing and demonstrating fractions using concrete and pictorial representation,
compare and order decimals and measurements.
• Data Handlings and interpretation, Estimations.
• Students inhibit skills to observe phenomena systematically and are unafraid to explore,
causation and effort
• Students learn to adapt and adjust themselves and learn to work in a team.
• Students gain knowledge about the common flora and fauna, habitat, their contribution
(uses) and characteristics.
• Students learn to describe words (picture description, factual description and extempore)
• Students develop the skills to enrich their knowledge about the habits and habitats,
adaptations, life cycles, economic importance of plants and animals.
• Students imbibe and realize the vital function of internal organs.
• Students acquire the knowledge of scientific inquiry.
• Students are able to find out the Districts, States and their Capitals in the map.
• To know the information about latitudes and longitudes.
• To understand music instruments make different sound.
• To know the differences between different kinds of soil.
UPPER PRIMARY - CLASSES VI TO VIII

• Students acquire adequate linguistic skills to interact and collaborate in pairs and groups
to express, interact and analyse ideas and information in a variety of situations and
context.
• Students are able to synthesize, apply and comprehend literary texts
• Students acquire skills in writing meaningful personal texts, purposeful information texts
and effective imaginative texts.
• Students gain ability to pose their own riddles, word play, cross word and fun questions.
• Students gain individuality in presenting their view points, opinions and research
findings.
• Students gain creativity, innovation, involvement in team work through brain storming
sessions, skit, group discussion and gain creativity through group performance.
• Students are able to analyse, apply and do comprehensive literary piece.
• Students acquire in depth knowledge in prescribed mathematical applications. Students
excel in understanding applying and demonstrating formulas, determine measurements,
draw and construct geometrical figures and graphs.
• Data Handlings and interpretation
• Students are able to reason out the connections between social /natural contexts and
prevailing conditions and explore ways for bettering their immediate physical and social
environment.
• Students procure acute knowledge in the significance of key events and factors in the
development of our nation, the levels and responsibilities of Government, government
structures and socio-economic development.
• Students obtain knowledge on the preservation of natural resources and factors causing
environmental pollution.
• Students procure acute awareness on the child rights as envisaged in the RTE Act 2009.
• Students learn to manipulate their growth and development based on their mental
aptitude.
• Students can determine their achievement by using their potential balancing knowledge.
• Students learn to adapt Higher Order Thinking skills to participate and present linguistic
skills.
• Children reflect attitudinal change in real-life by integrating science in all walks of life.
• Historical sources are evidence to reproduce to Real History Literature epics,
monuments coins, inscriptions etc.
• Students obtain knowledge on the child and women rights.
• Students obtain the knowledge on the Preservation of natural resource, factors causing
environmental pollution and to obey traffic rules and regulations.
• Acquire knowledge in money, savings and investment for our National Development.