Statements of Learning

Statements of Learning (SOL)

The statement

Examples of related learning in the course

SOL 1

The student communicates effectively using a variety of means in a range of contexts in L1/ISL

 

In each strand, the student is asked to complete simple forms and follow verbal and/or nonverbal as well as written and/or pictorial instructions to carry out tasks. Items are identified and described, and gathered as evidence. Receiving information and summarising, as well as using deduction skills are important to strand 3. Throughout the course, communicating as a member of a group is encouraged.  In strand 4, there is an opportunity to present in a role-play situation such as a trial or a TV/radio news programme.

SOL 18

The student observes and evaluates empirical events and processes and draws valid deductions and conclusions.

Individually and/or collaboratively the student is engaged in the collection and presentation of scientific evidence, measuring and weighing as well as quantifying and sequencing across all strands. Evidence is also gathered in order to reach valid conclusions.

SOL 24

The student uses technology and digital media tools to learn, work and think collaboratively and creatively in a responsible and ethical manner.

The student uses digital technology at the appropriate level to: look for information; record evidence (photographic evidence in strands 1 and 2); produce a storyboard (strand 3) and possibly design or contribute to the design of a digital presentation (strand 4).