Interview Preparation Program (IPP)

Week 4

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Subject: EARLY READING

By the end of the week, students should be able to:

  1. Master recognition A-Z; a-r
  2. Learn lowercase t-z
  3. Master word spellings by rote/oral/visual: a up to o
  4. Learn more word spellings by rote/oral/visual: pot, queen, rose, sun, telephone

Subject: MATHS

  1. Master rote counting up to 100
  2. Master recognition of 1-80
  3. Practice spelling of number names six to ten
  4. Master identification of all basic shapes

Subject: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

  1. Learn by memory: Names of birds Crow   cock   eagle   hen   kingfisher   myna   owl   parrot   pigeon    peacock   swan
  2. Study pictures of birds and describe their features
  3. Learn: national flower, national animal, national bird

Subject: ENGLISH

  1. Learn common action words: stop, go, walk, run, sit, stand, sleep, eat, climb, jump, lie down, write, read, listen, hear, watch, see, etc.
  2. Practice answering interview-type questions: What is your name? How old are you? Where do you live? etc.
  3. Master answers for current-events questions (see previous week’s lesson).

Subject: Writing

  1. Practice writing numerals and alphabets depending on child’s skills.
  2. Practice writing your name.
  3. Copy and write these words on a four-line notebook: A for apple, B for ball, C for cat, D for duck, E for egg, F for Fish (see Early Reading spelling words)
  4. Write number names (1=one, 2=two, 3=three, 4=four, 5=five  so on and so forth)

Songs and Rhymes (Master previous rhymes and learn the following:)

  1. Dicky Birds
  2. Baa Baa Black Sheep
  3. Beehive

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Interview Preparation Program (IPP)

Week 3

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Subject: EARLY READING

By the end of the week, students should be able to:

  1. Revise recognition of uppercase A-Z and lowercase a-j
  2. Learn to recognize lowercase alphabets k -r
  3. Master word spellings by rote/oral: apple, ball, cat, duck, egg, fish, goat, hen/house, igloo
  4. Learn more word spellings by rote/oral: jug, jam, key, leaf, mango, nose, orange

Subject: MATHS

  1. Master rote counting up to 100
  2. Master recognition of 1-40
  3. Learn to recognize numerals 50-80
  4. Master spelling of number names one to five (orally)
  5. Learn spelling of number names six to ten
  6. Master identification of all basic shapes

Subject: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

  1. Learn by memory: Names of wild land animals-bear   deer    elephant   fox   giraffe  gorilla   kangaroo   koala   lion    monkey   tiger
  2. Study pictures of wild animals. Learn about what they eat, the noises they make, and the names of their young ones
  3. Differentiate between domestic and wild animals
  4. Learn: national flower, national animal, national bird

Subject: ENGLISH

  1. Practice answering interview-type questions: What is your name? How old are you? Where do you live? etc.
  2. Master answers for current-events questions (see previous week’s lesson).
  3. Learn to tell a very short story in English such as “The Thirsty Crow”

Subject: Writing

  1. Practice writing numerals and alphabets depending on child’s skills.
  2. Practice writing your name.
  3. Copy and write these words on a four-line notebook: A for apple, B for ball, C for cat, D for duck, E for egg, F for Fish
  4. Write number names (1=one, 2=two, 3=three, 4=four, 5=five)

Songs and Rhymes (Master previous rhymes and learn the following:)

  1. Down by the Station
  2. Ding Dong Bell
  3. Cobbler, Cobbler
  4. Chubby Cheeks
  5. Early-to-Bed

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Interview Preparation Program (IPP)

SECOND WEEK

Subject:EARLY READING

By the end of the week, students should be able to:

  1. Recognize and identify lowercase alphabets a up to j
  2. Master word spellings by rote/oral: apple, ball, cat, duck,
  3. Learn more word spellings by rote/oral: egg, fish, goat, hen/house, igloo

Subject: MATHS

  1. Master rote counting up to 50
  2. Practice rote counting up to 100
  3. Master recognition of 1-20
  4. Learn to recognize numerals 20-40
  5. Master spelling of number names one to five (orally)
  6. Learn more spellings of number names, six to ten (orally)
  7. Master identification of all basic shapes

Subject: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

  1. Learn by memory: Names of domestic animals- buffalo, camel, cat, cow, dog, duck, donkey, goat, hen, horse, sheep, rooster
  2. Study pictures of domestic animals. Learn about what they eat, the noises they make, and the names of their young ones
  3. Differentiate between domestic and wild animals

Subject: ENGLISH

  1. Practice answering interview-type questions: What is your name? How old are you? Where do you live?etc.
  2. Learn answers for current-events questions (see previous week’s lesson).
  3. Learn to tell a very short story in English such as “The Thirsty Crow”

Subject: Writing

  1. Practice writing numerals and alphabets depending on child’s skills.
  2. Practice writing your name.
  3. Copy and write these words on a four-line notebook: A for apple, B for ball, C for cat, D for duck, E for egg, F for Fish
  4. Write number names (1=one, 2=two, 3=three, 4=four, 5=five)

Songs and Rhymes (Master previous rhymes and learn the following:)

  1. Five Little Monkeys
  2. Five Little Ducks
  3. Humpty Dumpty
  4. Hickety, Pickety

FIRST WEEK

Subject:EARLY READING

By the end of the week, students should be able to:

  1. Recognize and identify uppercase alphabets A-Z (use letter cards presented in random order).
  2. Say Alphabetical Word Samples (AWS) from A-Z (e.g. a for apple, b for ball, c for cat).
  3. Learn word spellings by rote/oral: apple= a-p-p-l-e; ball=b-a-l-l; cat-c-a-t; duck-d-u-c-k

Subject: MATHS

  1. Rote count up to 50 (without prompting)
  2. Recognize and identify numerals 1-20 (use number cards presented in random order)
  3. Count groups of objects up to 20
  4. Identify and name all basic shapes (circle, triangle, square, rectangle, oval, diamond, pentagon, hexagon)
  5. Learn to spell number names by rote (one, two, three, four,  five)

Subject: General Knowledge

  1. Learn by memory-at least 10 names of fruits: apple, banana, cherry, grapes, guava, mango, pear, pineapple, watermelon, strawberry
  2. Identify fruits (in pictures)
  3. Learn  by memory-at least 10 names of vegetables: cabbage, carrots, cucumber, green beans, onions, potatoes, peas, tomatoes, radish
  4. Identify vegetables (in pictures)

Subject: ENGLISH

A. Practice interview-type question and answer such as “What is your name? My name is…. “How old are you? I am …years old.” Note to parents: The phrasing of asking someone’s age in this way, “What is your age?” is non-standard and non-conversational.

B. Learn info:

  1. personal – home address, name of parents’ names, siblings’ names, parents’ occupation, name of school, school address, name of principal, names of teachers, names of friends, favorite color, favorite food
  2. social – name of city, name of state, name of country
  3. current events-name of Chief Minister of J&K, name of President, name of Prime Minister

Subject: Writing

  1. Practice writing numerals and alphabets depending on child’s skills.
  2. Practice writing your name.

Subject: Songs and Rhymes

Go to video links to listen and watch.

  1. Jack and Jill
  2. Johnny Johnny
  3. Itsy Bitsy Spider
  4. If You’re Happy