Korean / Year 5 and 6 / Communicating / Creating

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Curriculum content descriptions

Share responses to a range of imaginative texts in different forms includingdigital texts by expressing opinions and feelings about key ideas, characters and actions, making connections with ownexperience or feelings

[Key concepts: fact, fiction; Key process: expressing, describing, explaining]


  • listening to and viewingtexts in various modes including those in digital mode (for example, performances, game shows and artwork), sharingopinions or feelings about them using expressions such as … 어때요?; 좋아요/좋았어요; 재미있어요/재미있었어요
  • producing storyboardsto represent key events in different types of imaginative texts, including captions or word bubbles to capture moods orfeelings, for example, 무서워요; 행복해요; 이상해요
  • asking about and providing reasons for feelings and opinions using 왜요? and 왜냐하면 … as set phrases
  • responding to questions aboutcharacters, events or effects in different types of imaginative texts such as puppet shows, stories and films, usingmodelled language to express reactions, for example, 용감해요, 예뻐요, 슬퍼요, 아파요
  • comparing favourite characters instories, plays or cartoons, listing words or expressions associated with their personality (…은/는 착해요, 예뻐요, 멋있어요, 무서워요,이상해요, …) and explaining how they can relate to them (저는 …이/가 좋아요, 싫어요, …)
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
ScOT terms

Personal responses,  Imaginative texts,  Characters (Narratives),  Themes (Texts),  Korean language

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