SD IMS ALERT:
04 March 2022
Dear Grade 1 Parents & Guardians,
As we are nearing the end of the school year, we wanted to make sure that your child has met the expectations for the current Grade level and we would want to plan for possible interventions and support that needs to be implemented to guarantee their success in this level. This test would just measure your child’s mastery of the topics covered in his/ her current grade level and the score wouldn’t be recorded as part of his/ her class standing.
The Individualized Assessment will last for 25 minutes. Since it would be a one-on-one assessment, the students would only be required to log in on their assigned time slot during the day. We would like to remind everyone that since the schedule is very tight and all students would be assessed in a day, please make sure that your child is on standby 5 minutes before the start of the assessment. It is expected that mics and cameras would be turned on during the entire duration of the assessment.
To ensure that the assessment would be accurate we would want to request parents and guardians to let their children answer the assessment on their own. Any child who would be caught being coached by a parent or guardian would be recommended for a one-on-one exam with the Program Director and may face disciplinary action.
The following are the topics to be covered in the assessment:
Recognizing Numbers (1-100)
Properties of Matter
Consonants and Vowels
Skip counting (2's, 5's, and 10's)
Recognizing Body Parts
Common and Proper Noun
Kulay at Hugis
Animals Habitat and Body Coverings
Reading words and Phrases
Kasarian ng Pangngalan
Life Cycle of Animals
Pagbasa ng Mapa o Direksyon
Parts of the Plants
We are sharing with you the copy of schedule of Individualized Assessment for Grade 1 learners.
Click the arrow > below to view the schedule of your child's Assessment.
AM SCHEDULE (MARCH 07, 2022)
PM SCHEDULE (MARCH 07, 2022)
PM SCHEDULE (MARCH 08 - 09, 2022)
You can help your child to perform well in the assessment and recall the previous lessons discussed by:
ensuring that your child has adequate sleep for the assessment
ensuring that your child is in the right mood and has eaten well before the assessment (any negative mood that your child carries that day may affect his/her performance); and helping your child in reviewing the coverage.
WHAT TO PREPARE:
Please watch the Online Assessment Guidelines video and read the entire letter carefully and follow the guidelines / instructions accordingly.
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