WATA TeluguBadi - 2017 - Curriculum for Level 2

Beginner / Level-2
Term 1
Describe the learning outcomes students will have achieved by the end of the term. Consider the five (5) language modes of speaking, listening, reading, writing and viewing.
  1. Speaking: Able to recite poems/rhymes/riddles taught in the class. Self-introduction in 5/6 sentences. Able to Speak about situations/pictures/images in telugu
  2. Listening:. Follows the story and can predict the story/respond to comprehension questions in it. (listening and speaking in conjunction
  3. Reading: Able to read2/3 letter words Rote count Numbers 1-20 in Telugu
  4. Writing: Able to write all vowels, consonants and 8 secondary forms of vowels in telugu
  5. Viewing: Using printed text— to recognise the 2letter words on charts and flash cards Picture conversations
Describe any thematic devices that will be used to support learning outcomes (e.g. ‘sports’ or ‘a day at school’). Names of the fruits in Telugu
  1. Flash cards
  2. Song/Rhymes about fruits
  3. Draw your favourite fruits and colour
Describe at least four (4) types of materials or teaching aids that will be used to support students to achieve the learning outcomes (e.g. a video showing young people playing sport, a worksheet asking students to name items in a classroom).
  1. Flash cards
  2. Video song on fruits
  3. Story book/
  4. Group game -traditional snakes and ladders
Describe how students will be assessed to determine if they have achieved the learning outcomes. An informal oral /written assessment is conducted at the end of each term
Term 2
Describe the learning outcomes students will have achieved by the end of the term. Consider the five (5) language modes of speaking, listening, reading, writing and viewing.
  1. Speaking: Able to recite poems/rhymes/riddles taught in the class. Self-introduction in 5/6 sentences. Able to Speak about situations/pictures/images in telugu Picture conversations
  2. Listening:. Follows the story and can predict the story/respond to comprehension questions in it. (listening and speaking in conjunction
  3. Reading: Able to read2/3 letter words
  4. Rote count Numbers 1-20 in Telugu
  5. Writing: Able to write all vowels, consonants and 8 secondary forms of vowels in telugu
  6. Viewing: Using printed text— to recognise and read the 2/3letter words in books and flash cards.
Describe any thematic devices that will be used to support learning outcomes (e.g. ‘sports’ or ‘a day at school’). Names of the farm/wild Animals in Telugu
  1. Flash cards
  2. Song/Rhymes about animals
  3. Make your favourite animal mask and colour
Describe at least four (4) types of materials or teaching aids that will be used to support students to achieve the learning outcomes (e.g. a video showing young people playing sport, a worksheet asking students to name items in a classroom).
  1. Flash cards
  2. Video song on fruits
  3. Story book/
  4. Group game -traditional game hop scotch
Describe how students will be assessed to determine if they have achieved the learning outcomes. A Formal oral /written assessment is conducted at the end of each term
Term 3
Describe the learning outcomes students will have achieved by the end of the term. Consider the five (5) language modes of speaking, listening, reading, writing and viewing.
  1. Speaking: Able to recite poems/rhymes taught in the class. Engages in conversation in Telugu with friends, teachers, and family using simple sentences and responses. e.g. This is a bird. It can fly.
    - Narrates her personal experiences/ anecdotes/ stories she has read or heard in telugu language/sign language.
    - Makes requests, uses greetings and polite forms of expression. e.g. Can I go and play?
    - Expresses her likes and dislikes
    - Narrates stories imaginary/dreams/actual
  2. Listening: Listen and write the all the Vowels and consonants in Telugu.
    - Follows the story, predict the ending and also can respond to comprehension questions in it. (listening and speaking in conjunction
  3. Reading: able to read two/three letters words Rote count Numbers 1-30 in Telugu Able to tell at least names of weekdays., farm animal, wild animals, weekdays colours
  4. Writing: Able to write full set of vowels in Telugu and consonants.
  5. 16 forms of secondary vowels
  6. Able to write their name
  7. Viewing: Using printed text— identify the 2/3 Lettered words from charts, books and flash cards
Describe any thematic devices that will be used to support learning outcomes (e.g. ‘sports’ or ‘a day at school’). Pictures for Picture Conversation EX:- Picture of Playground, park.beachetc
Describe at least four (4) types of materials or teaching aids that will be used to support students to achieve the learning outcomes (e.g. a video showing young people playing sport, a worksheet asking students to name items in a classroom).
  1. Workbook to practise writing skills
  2. Spelling Lists
  3. Traditional games 5 stones
  4. Group games Making small word using letter tiles
  5. Word searches
Describe how students will be assessed to determine if they have achieved the learning outcomes. Informal oral/written Assessment to test the knowledge of the students
Spelling tests- Weekly
Term 4
Describe the learning outcomes students will have achieved by the end of the term. Consider the five (5) language modes of speaking, listening, reading, writing and viewing.
  1. Speaking: Able to recite poems/rhymes taught in the class.
    Picture conversation-
    Listening: Listen and identify the all the Vowels, consonants and their secondary forms in Telugu. Follows the story and can respond to simple comprehension questions in it. (listening and speaking in conjunction
  2. Reading: Reads simple words/sentences with the help of pictures. e.g. Big house, small house, happy child etc .e.g. This is a big tree.
  3. - Reads small texts with comprehension.
    - Understands main idea, details, the sequence of ideas and events, and draws conclusions based on reading with teacher. e.g. After reading a story s, is able to narrate her experience.
    - Relates ideas with her personal experiences.
    - Connects with real life, eg: I have 2 red pencils.
    - Asks questions based on the reading or out of curiosity. e.g. What happened to all the animals in the Rote count Numbers 1-40 in Telugu
    Able to tell at least names of 12colours names of flowers ,fruits vegetables body parts and seasons
  4. Writing: Able to write full set of vowels, consonants and their secondary forms Write small words when dictated.
  5. Viewing: Using printed text—identify and read 4/5 letter words simple sentences in story books, newspapers magazines
Describe any thematic devices that will be used to support learning outcomes (e.g. ‘sports’ or ‘a day at school’).
  1. Spelling lists
  2. Flash cards with words and pictures to match
  3. Story sequence cards with simple sentences
  4. Traditional game Mancala
Describe at least four (4) types of materials or teaching aids that will be used to support students to achieve the learning outcomes (e.g. a video showing young people playing sport, a worksheet asking students to name items in a classroom).
  1. Workbook to practise writing skills
  2. Spelling lists
  3. Word games
  4. Word searches
Describe how students will be assessed to determine if they have achieved the learning outcomes. Formal oral/written Assessment to test the knowledge of the students