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A Program of Parents And Children Together


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A Program of Parents And Children Together 1485 Linapuni Street, Ste. 105 Honolulu, HI 96819 Toll-free: 1-877-994-7472 Fax: 808-841-1779 E-mail: info@hawaiipirc.org Created by: Jemcy Kintin & Sechumina Welle Created: August 2011 Funded by US Dept. of Education Office of Innovation & Improvement, Grant #84-310A PIRC Outcome: Improved Home-School Communication General Learner Outcomes English/Chuukese The six General Learner Outcomes (GLOs) are the essential goals of StandardsBased Learning for students in all grade levels. Kkewe Wonu Mnnapen n Nwch kkewe Kky, e itngeni kiich kkn aar toongeni, Anngnng wn ewe Kkwk ika Sine iir meyi angaang ngeni aar repwe toori mme nnn aar kkewe kreit. GLO 1: Self-Directed Learner Home example: Tino wants to memorize spelling words by making vocabulary flash cards to help him remember. School example: Sepin applies her newly acquired computer skills to look up resources online. GLO 1: Emn meyi Toongeni Pwisin Emmweni aan Ekiyek weewe nnn Iimw: Tino e mwochen epwe mwchnnkw ekkch fs. A makkeey wn chn taropwe, pwe epwe kky eew mme eew fs nnn eew faansowun reen aan epwe chechchemeni. weewe nnn Sukuun: Sepin a angaanga meet a kky nnn aan ewe computer class reen aan epwe ktta ekkch ninnis mme wn line. GLO 2: Community Contributor Home example: Lukas offers to help out by sweeping the floor everyday at home. School example: While working on a group project, Lukas volunteers to be the recorder. GLO 2: Emn Meyi Manawen ninnisch nnn ewe Neeni ika spw weewe nnn Iimw: Lukas a fiint aan epwe ninnis nne piirumw nnn iimw iteyiten rn. weewe nnn Sukuun: Nupwen siya angaang wn ewe group project, Lukas a fiint pwe epwe wiisen chn maak. GLO 3: Complex Thinker Home example: Six year old Maria completes a puzzle without any help. School example: Fourth grade students are asked to provide three creative solutions to a bullying problem at the school. GLO 3: Emn Meyi Ekiyannnn weewe nnn Iimw: Maria a wonu iyerin a toongeni weesi eew puzzle ii chk wn winikapan. weewe nnn Iimw: Ekkewe chn sukuun seni rwnn mwiich raa wta ekkch annen nisi ewe tipengngaw ngeni chiyechiyer chn sukuun. A Program of Parents And Children Together 1485 Linapuni Street, Ste. 105 Honolulu, HI 96819 Toll-free: 1-877-994-7472 Fax: 808-841-1779 E-mail:

2 info@hawaiipirc.org Created by: Jemcy
info@hawaiipirc.org Created by: Jemcy Kintin & Sechumina Welle Created: August 2011 Funded by US Dept. of Education Office of Innovation & Improvement, Grant #84-310A PIRC Outcome: Improved Home-School Communication GLO 4: Quality Producer Home example: Leo completes his Math homework quickly. His work is complete, neat and clean. School example: Tina, an English Language Learner student, turns in a well-written and typed assignment. GLO 4: Toongeniyan weewe nnn Iimw: Leo a weesi aan Homework nnn Math, a weeschchn nnn nimenimch. weewe nnn Sukuun: Tina, emn chn kky ngeni kkapasen Merika, a weesi aan ewe assignment nne makeey pwan taipeey. GLO 5: Effective Communicator Home example: Six year old Pete stops whining to get what he wants. He has learned to express his wants to his mother and siblings appropriately. School example: 1. Maria raises her hand for her turn to speak instead of calling out the answers. 2. Leo lets his teacher know ahead of time that he will be late for class because of a doctors appointment. GLO 5: Emn Meyi Sineey Nwnwun Kkapas weewe nnn Iimw: Pete a wonu iyerin nupwen a kkwun nne arochongngaw reen meet e mwochen. A kky ngeni aan epwe pwr ngeni inan we mme pwin kkewe wenechcharen netipan nnn aan mwochen. weewe nnn Sukuun: 1. Maria epwe eyitiyet pwn nupwen epwe fs nge esapw chk kkkwu pwungun. 2. Leo epwe mwitir esinesin ngeni nwn sense aan epwe mwang ngen class, pwokiten epwe churi doctor. GLO 6: Effective and Ethical user of Technology: Home example: Tomas is not coloring the walls and tables anymore. He knows to only color on his coloring book. School example: 1. Lukas makes sure the classroom computer is shutdown properly every time he uses it. 2. Lukas complies with school rules and only uses the computer to do school work. He does not play games or look at inappropriate material. GLO 6: Emn meyi Sineey nwnwn kkewe pisek, Chwen Computerweewe nnn Iimw: Tomas ese chiwen nwa ftneey wn ekkewe cheepen mme etiip. A sineey aan epwe chk nwa nnn nwn ewe pwpwuken chnga. weewe nnn Sukuun: 1. Lukas meyi nknkchch aan epwe feey ewe computer nnn ewe classroom iteyiten aan nwnw. 2. Lukas meyi fri wrrn nnkn sukuun aan epwe chk nwnw computer nne fr aan neseniin sukuun. Esapw urumwmwot ftn ika pwan katoon ekkch mettch meyi namwotongngaw.