You should not write any comments on this page as it is just for information. I will start a page named 'questions about E-revision' for any questions you may have.Topic:
This was me.Subtopic:
Focuses on the way children change over time.Where you can study from:
Worksheet ‘this was me’.
Children should know their own birthday.
Vocabulary: baby, toddler, then, now, younger, timeline.
Now I can.Subtopic:
Investigates the things they can do now and compare with what they were able to do in the past.Where you can study from:
Worksheet ‘Now I can...’.
Vocabulary: baby, toddler, then, now, past, present, future, today, yesterday, tomorrow.
My family tree.Subtopic:
Looks at different family generations to provide children with the opportunity to explore the passing of time within their own family. Where you can study from:
Internet search engine – ‘family tree’.
Children should know all family members names.
Vocabulary: generation, parents, grandparents, family tree, brother, sister, aunt, uncle.
Focuses on the months of the year and time-related vocabulary.Where can you study from:
Check family calendar and write your families birthdays.
Internet search engine – Seasons and months of the year.
Vocabulary: Birthday, month, year, before, after, youngest, oldest.
Explores different family traditions from their own and other cultures.Where you can study from:
Internet search engine - British traditions, Egyptian traditions.
Vocabulary: tradition, celebrate, anniversary, Halloween, Ramadan, Hanukkah, bonfire night, Christmas, Easter, Eid.
Investigating daily life.Subtopic:
Explores children’s daily routine. Times of meals, games, sleep etc.Where you can study from:
Review worksheet – ‘daily routine’.
Vocabulary: am, morning, pm, evening, before, after, day, night, o’clock, half past.
_______________________________________________________________EXAM FORMAT:Type of Questions:
•Fill in the blanks - Children will be given sentences where they will need to fill in the blanks with words form the word bank.
•True or False – Children will need to decide whether an answer is true or false.
•Matching – For example the children must match the name of an object with the appropriate image.
•Shorts answer questions – one word answer.
•Multiple choice questions (MCQ) – Children must pick the correct answer from a selection of questions. Number of each type of question:
5 questions for each section stated above.Items needed for exam:
Children should have a pencil, Sharpener, ruler and a rubber.
All work should be completed and handed in by January 3rd 2010.