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LEAVING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES, Aims and Principles The Leaving Certificate Established. 1 The general aim of education is to contribute The Leaving Certificate Established programme. towards the development of all aspects of the offers students a broad and balanced education. individual including aesthetic creative critical while allowing for some specialisation. cultural emotional expressive intellectual for Syllabuses are provided in a wide range of. personal and home life for working life for subjects All subjects are offered at Ordinary and. living in the community and for leisure Higher levels In addition Mathematics and Irish. are also offered at Foundation level,2 Leaving Certificate programmes are presented. within this general aim with a particular The certificate is used for purposes of selection. emphasis on the preparation of students for the into further education employment training and. requirements of further education or training for higher education. employment and for their role as participative, enterprising citizens The Leaving Certificate Vocational. Programme LCVP,3 All Leaving Certificate programmes aim to. provide continuity with and progression from the The Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme is. Junior Certificate programme The relative an intervention within the Leaving Certificate. weighting given to the various components Established LCVP students study a minimum. e g personal and social including moral and of five subjects at Higher Ordinary or. spiritual development vocational studies and Foundation levels including Irish and two. preparation for further education and for adult subjects from specified vocational subject. and working life within the programmes may groupings They are also required to take a. vary recognised course in a modern European,language other than Irish or English In addition.
4 Programmes leading to the award of the Leaving LCVP students take three Link Modules on. Certificate are of two years duration and are Enterprise Education Preparation for Work and. offered in three forms Work Experience, i The Leaving Certificate Established In particular the LCVP aims to foster in students. a spirit of enterprise and initiative and to, ii The Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme develop their interpersonal vocational and. technological skills,iii The Leaving Certificate Applied. The Leaving Certificate Applied, 5 All Leaving Certificate programmes in The Leaving Certificate Applied is a distinct. contributing to a high quality education self contained Leaving Certificate programme. emphasise the importance of It is designed for those students who do not. wish to proceed directly to higher education or, self directed learning and independent for those whose needs aspirations and aptitudes.
thought are not adequately catered for by the other two. Leaving Certificate programmes The Leaving, a spirit of inquiry critical thinking problem Certificate Applied is structured around three. solving self reliance initiative and enterprise main elements Vocational Preparation. Vocational Education and General Education, preparation for further education for adult which are interrelated and interdependent This. and working life programme is characterised by educational. experiences of an active practical and student,lifelong learning centred nature. LEAVING CERTIFICATE,INTERIM SYLL ABUS,ORDINARY AND HIGHER LEVEL. L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. Introduction 3,General Aims 3,1 Reading and Directed Writing 5.
2 Continuous Writing 7,3 Use of Language 9,4 Assessment 11. L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. Introduction and Use of Language The scheme of assessment is. explained under the heading Assessment The syllabus. Leaving Certificate Arabic was offered in Ireland is therefore set out as follows. for the first time in June 1997 at Ordinary and, Higher levels The current syllabus is based on the General Aims. Arabic curriculum taught at secondary school level Skills Objectives. in the state system of an Arabic speaking country Reading and Directed Writing. The curriculum includes a number of prescribed texts Continuous Writing. both religious and secular Use of Language,Assessment. A new interim Leaving Certificate,Arabic syllabus General Aims. A new interim Leaving Certificate Arabic syllabus will. The general aims of the syllabus are the same for,be examined for the first time in June 2004 at.
students taking Ordinary level and students taking. Ordinary and Higher levels It will replace the Arabic. Higher level The aims are set out below they are, syllabus which has existed since 1997 and which is to. not listed in order of priority,be examined for the last time in June 2003 A key. feature of the new syllabus is the addition to the The aims are to. syllabus of set texts from modern Arabic literature 1 enable students to communicate accurately. This reflects the increasing variety in the students appropriately and effectively in speech and. taking the subject However since the majority of writing. these are expected to remain at least for the time 2 enable students to understand and respond. being first language Arabic speakers the new interim appropriately to what they read and experience. syllabus will continue to emphasise reading and,3 encourage students to enjoy and appreciate the. writing skills,variety of language style, The future shape of Leaving 4 complement the students other areas of study. Certificate Arabic by developing skills with more general. It is envisaged that in the future a number of schools application e g analysis synthesis drawing of. in Ireland will teach Arabic ab initio up to the Higher inferences. level of the Leaving Certificate and not necessarily 5 promote the students personal development. only to first language Arabic speakers In this context and an understanding of themselves and others. it is envisaged that a syllabus incorporating all the. elements of a modern language syllabus will be put in Skills Objectives. place for Arabic in due course, Performance targets are the same for students at both.
Syllabus Structure levels of the Leaving Certificate Students taking. Higher level should possess a number of linguistic. The two main components of the syllabus are its,skills which are not expected of Ordinary level. General Aims and a set of more specific Skills,students What is expected at both Ordinary and. Objectives These Skills Objectives which are based. Higher levels and what is expected only at Higher, on the General Aims are subdivided into three areas. level are indicated in the following sections,Reading and Directed Writing Continuous Writing. L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. LEAVING CERTIFICATE ARABIC INTERIM SYLLABUS,1 READING AND DIRECTED.
L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. 1 READING AND DIRECTED WRITING,Performance Targets. Understanding and conveying information, Understanding ordering and presenting facts ideas and opinions. Evaluating information and selecting what is relevant to specific purposes. Articulating experience and expressing what is felt and what is imagined. Recognising implicit meaning and attitudes,Communicating effectively and appropriately. Linguistic Skills,Ordinary and Higher levels Higher level. Demonstrating understanding of words Showing a precise understanding of more extended texts. within short texts Recognising the relationship of ideas and. Scanning for and extracting specific information arrangement of concepts. organising material and presenting it in a given format Drawing inferences evaluating effectiveness. Showing some sense of audience and awareness of style comparing analysing synthesising. Identifying main and subordinate topics Recognising and responding to more sophisticated. summarising paraphrasing re expressing linguistic devices. Recognising and responding to simple Editing or elaborating the work of others. linguistic devices including figurative language,LEAVING CERTIFICATE ARABIC INTERIM SYLLABUS.
2 CONTINUOUS WRITING, L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. 2 CONTINUOUS WRITING,Performance Targets, Articulating experience and expressing what is felt and what is imagined. Ordering and presenting facts ideas and opinions,Communicating effectively and appropriately. Linguistic Skills,Ordinary and Higher levels Higher level. Expressing thoughts feelings and opinions in order to Showing a wider and more varied sense of audience. interest inform or convince and context and an awareness of different styles. Demonstrating adequate control of vocabulary syntax Paragraphing demonstrating a sophisticated use of. grammar and punctuation vocabulary and structures,LEAVING CERTIFICATE ARABIC INTERIM SYLLABUS.
3 USE OF L ANGUAGE, L E A V I N G C E R T I F I C AT E A R A B I C I N T E R I M S Y L L A B U S. 3 USE OF LANGUAGE,Performance Targets, exercising control of appropriate grammatical structures. demonstrating an awareness of the conventions of paragraphing sentence structure. and punctuation, understanding and employing a range of apt vocabulary. Showing a sense of audience and an awareness of register and style in both formal. and informal situations,Linguistic Skills,Ordinary and Higher levels Higher level. Exercising care over punctuation Demonstrating accuracy in punctuation. Writing in accurate simple sentences Writing accurate complex sentences. Attempting a variety of sentence structures Employing a varied sentence structure. Recognising the need for paragraphing Writing in well constructed paragraphs. Using an appropriate vocabulary Using an imaginative and varied vocabulary. Showing some sense of audience and awareness of style Showing a clear sense of audience and awareness of style. LEAVING CERTIFICATE ARABIC INTERIM SYLLABUS,4 ASSESSMENT.
Ordinary and Higher levels It will replace the Arabic syllabus which has existed since 1997 and which is to be examined for the last time in June 2003 A key feature of the new syllabus is the addition to the syllabus of set texts from modern Arabic literature This reflects the increasing variety in the students taking the subject However

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