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HURAIAN SUKATAN PELAJARAN BAHASA INGGERIS

(SK) TAHUN 1
Learning Outcomes And Specifications
1.0 LISTENING
1.1
Listen to and discriminate similar and different sounds of the English language
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat:
a) vowels in the initial position
b) vowels in their medial position c) vowels in their medial position
1.1.2 Listen to identify and group:
a) vowels in the initial position
b) vowels in their medial position c) vowels in their medial position
1.2

Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words, and the correct intonation and word stress of
phrases, expressions and sentences
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable words
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly

1.3

Acquire vocabulary and understand the meaning of words and phrases in context
1.3.1 Listen to and understand key words in stories heard
1.3.2 Listen to and understand the numbers 1 5
1.3.3 Listen to and understand all the words in the word list
1.3.4 Listen to and understand the numbers 6 10
1.35 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences

1.4

Listen to and follow simple instructions and directions accurately


1.4.1 Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions
1.4.2 Listen to and follow one-word instructions
1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions

1.5

Obtain information from texts listened to in relation to main ideas, specific details and sequence
1.5.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals
1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions and answer simple Wh questions on details
1.5.3 Listen to stories and answer questions on details of people/animals in stories

1.6

Listen to and enjoy the rhyme, rhythm and sounds of poetry, jazz chants and songs
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy songs, rhymes and childrens songs

1.7

Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales of imagination and fantasy and predict outcomes and draw
conclusions at a level suited to pupils ability
1.7.1 Listen to simple short stories, fairy tales and respond
a) non-verbally
b) verbally
1.7.2 Listen to simple short stories and be able to say whether they like or do not like the story

2.0 SPEAKING
2.1
Speak clearly by pronouncing words accurately
2.1.1 Pronounce monosyllable words correctly
2.1.2 Repeat exclamations with the correct intonation and stress
2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonation
2.1.4 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly
2.2

Ask questions politely to obtain information and clarification


2.2.1 Ask simple questions requiring Yes / No replies
2.2.2 Ask questions pertaining to numbers
2.2.3 Ask Wh questions to find out more information about identity, shape and colour

2.3

Give relevant information politely in response to enquiries made


2.3.1 Responding with Yes / No replies
2.3.2 Give one word replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals, etc
2.3.3 Give replies pertaining to numbers 1 5 (identifying, stating)
2.3.4 Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals, etc
2.3.5 Give replies pertaining to numbers 6 10 (identifying, stating)
2.3.6 Refute statements and give the correct name or number

2.4

Tell stories based on pictures and other stimuli and recite poems
2.4.1 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes by joining in with words and phrases
2.4.2 Complete parts of a story heard before
2.4.3 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes with expression and gestures
2.4.4 Retell stories heard before

2.5

Talk about the people, places and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language
2.5.1 Name the people and animals in the story
2.5.2 Give details about the people and animals of a story heard ore read
2.5.3 Talk about the actions of the people and animals of a story heard or read

2.6

Express thoughts and feelings and give opinions on things read, seen, heard and viewed in simple language
2.6.1 Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read
2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read

2.7

Perform a variety of functions in a social context such as exchanging greetings, making introductions, inviting people
2.7.1 Exchange greetings
2.7.2 Talk about oneself (eg. age, family members)
2.7.3 Give simple instructions

3.0 READING
3.1
Acquire word recognition and word attack skills to recognize words on sight
3.1.1 Master letters of the alphabet
3.1.2 Learn individual letter sounds of the alphabet
3.1.3 Identify letter shapes by their sounds
3.1.4 Read aloud the vowels and consonants in their initial position and say aloud their sounds
3.1.5 Read and group words according to word families: the all and ong families
3.1.6 Compare words for similar and different sounds
3.2

Acquire key words various stages of development


3.2.1 Recognize complete words
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic/theme
3.2.3 Recognize and read aloud the numbers 6-10 in its numeral and word forms
3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own

3.3

Read and understand phrases, sentences, paragraphs and whole texts


3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures
3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (3-5 words) by matching them to pictures
3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 2-3 sentences

3.4

Read aloud expressively and fluently pronouncing words correctly and observing correct stress and intonation
and sentence rhythm
3.4.1 Read aloud words in lists and labels
3.4.2 Read aloud phrases
3.4.3 Read aloud sentences in signs, notices and simple simple stories

3.5

Read and understand the meanings of words by guessing their meaning through the use of contextual clues
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at picture clues

3.6

Acquire a wide range of vocabulary


3.6.1 Read and recognize words in word chains and other word games
3.6.2 Read and group words according to categories
3.6.3 Make small words from big words

3.7

Read and understand simple factual texts for main ideas, supporting details, sequence and cause and effect
3.7.1 Looking at the pictures of a simple factual text
3.7.2 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering simple comprehension questions

3.8

Read and enjoy simple poems and stories and respond to them by talking about the people and moral values in the
story/poem; and relate it to ones life
3.8.1 Read simple poems and simple stories
3.8.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story
3.8.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read

3.9

Read simple texts and predict outcomes


3.9.1 Read and select a picture that will show what happens next
3.9.2 Read and tell what will happen next in the story

3.10

Read widely and independently


3.10.1 Read books and childrens magazines according to ones interest

4.0 WRITING
4.1(a) Copy correctly
4.1.1 Write letters of the alphabet in clear and legible print:
- small letters, capital letters, combination of small and capital letters
4.1 (b) Write at word, phrase, sentence and paragraph level in clear, legible print and cursive writing
4.1.2 Copy legibly numerals 1-20 in both number and word forms
4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legible print
4.1.4 Copy 3-word sentences in clear and legible print
4.2

Match words to linear and non-linear representations:


a) word to word
b) word to phrase
c) words to picture, symbol
4.2.1 Match words to pictures
4.2.2 Match phrases to pictures
4.2.3 Match words to signs
4.2.4 Match words to other words (eg. nouns and adjectives)

4.3

Complete texts with the missing word, phrase or sentence


4.3.1 Complete missing letters in texts eg. in shopping lists, furniture inventories
4.3.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance given
in the form of words and pictures)
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s)
(with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture)

4.4

Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently


4.4.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words (3-4 words in a sentence)
4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts
4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently (3-4 words in a sentence) by looking at a picture

4.5

Spell correctly and take dictation


4.5.1 Spell common sight words
4.5.2 Spell seen words (words given to be memorized)

4.6

Punctuate meaningfully
4.6.1 Use capital letters for: a) the pronoun I

4.7

b) the names of the people, days of the week, months of the year

Give accurate information when writing messages, instructions, simple reports and when filling in forms
4.7.1 Write lists for various purposes
4.7.2 Write simple descriptions with guidance
4.7.3 Write simple sentences based on a picture with little guidance

5.0 SOUND SYSTEM


5.1
Vowels initial position
5.2 Vowels medial position
5.4
Suggested sentence patterns
5.4.1 Exchanging greetings
5.4.2 Introducing oneself
5.4.4 Asking questions and giving information
6.0 GRAMMAR
6.1 Nouns (Countable, Number, Proper, Gender)
6.2 Articles (with singular nouns)
6.3 Pronouns (Personal, Demonstrative, Possessive, Interrogative)
6.4 Conjunctions (and)
6.5 Prepositions (of location and direction)
6.6 Subject Verb Agreement
6.7 Simple Present Tense

5.3 Consonants initial position


5.4.3 Talking about oneself
5.4.5 To refute statements

6.8 Simple Past Tense


6.9 Positive Statements
6.10 Negative Statements
6.11 Positive questions and responses
6.12 Sentence types Simple sentence
6.13 Punctuation (Capital letters, Full stop,
Question mark, Exclamation mark, Commas)

YEARLY LESSON PLAN ENGLISH SK YEAR 1 / 2006


UNIT / WEEKS
First Semester

THEMES AND LEARNING CONTEXT

REMARKS

* Transition Program for Year 1 pupils

* Duration 2 weeks

* World of Knowledge: Learning Letters


- Tracing patterns
- Small letters eg. a, b, c, x, y, z
- Capital letters eg. A, B, C X, Y, Z

* Pupils learn to:


- trace patterns
- recognize, copy and write small / capital
letters

* World of Knowledge: Greetings


- Hello, Good morning, Good afternoon,
Good evening, Good night, Good bye, Thank you

* Pupils learn to:


- listen and repeat types of greetings
- sing Greetings Songs

* World of Stories: The Cat and the Rat


- Introduce vowels (medial position) //
- eg. cat, fat, rat, mat

* Pupils learn to:


- read and say aloud the story
- recognize complete words
- tell ending of the story
- spelling: . cat, fat, rat, mat

Week 1 2
Introduction to
Learning Letters
Week 3 5

Unit 1: Hello
Week 6 7

* Grammar: Subject Verb Agreement


- eg. Amir goes home.

Unit 2: Making Friends


Week 8 10

* World of Friends: Myself


- Talk about myself
- eg. My name is__________.
I live in ___________.

* Pupils learn to:


- talk about Myself
- write about Myself
- eg. My name is__________.
I live in ___________.

* World of Knowledge: Numbers


- Introduce numbers in words and numerals
- eg. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

* Pupils learn to:


- count, read, recognize and write numbers
- spelling: one, two, three nine, ten

* World of Knowledge: Shapes


- Introduce shapes
-eg. circle, square, triangle, rectangle

* Pupils learn to:


- read and recognize shapes
- spelling: circle, square, triangle, rectangle

* World of Stories: Andy Ant


- Introduce vowels (Initial position) / /
- eg. Andy, ant, apple, axe, aeroplane

* Pupils learn to:


- read and say aloud the story
- tell the moral values of the story
- spelling: Andy, ant, apple, axe, aeroplane

* Grammar: Simple Present Tense


- eg. My name is Melanie. I live in Long Lamei.

Unit 3: My Body
Week 11 13

* World of Knowledge: Parts of my Body


- Introduce Parts of my body from head to toes
- Playing Simon Says activity
- Vocabulary: see eyes
touch hands
listen ears
smell mouth

* Pupils learn to:


- read, recognize and write parts of my body
- listen and do action Simon Says

* World of Stories: Elly Elephant


- Introduce vowels (initial position) /e/
- eg. ear, elephant, Elly

* Pupils learn to:


- read and say aloud the words
- recite the rhymes with correct
pronunciation, intonation and stress

* Punctuation Ben goes to school

* Refer to Textbook page 46 47

* World of Family: Places in my school


- Introduce places in my school
- eg. classroom, library, canteen, toilet, school, field
- Grammar: Interrogative Pronouns
What is this? This is a school.
- Rhymes: One, two, touch your shoes
* World of Knowledge: Things in my classroom
Unit 4: Places in my school - Introduce things in the classroom
- eg. blackboard, duster, cupboard, desk, table,
Week 14 17
pencil, sharpener, bag, book, eraser, ruler

* World of Stories:
a) Bob and Rod / Ben the Pen
b) Flags, Flags, Flags
- Introduce vowels (medial position) /D/ and /e/
- eg. hop, shop, pen, ten

Week 18 20

Second Semester
Unit 5: My Family
Week 1 3

Unit 6: Learning about


Week 4 7

Unit 7: How Do I Get


There?
Week 8 10

* Revision Week
* Examination Week (Mid Year Exam)
* Correction Week
* World of Family: Kumars Family
- Introduce family
- eg. father, mother, brother, sister
- Rhymes: Jumping Jack
- Song: Here we go round the mulberry bush
- Family Tree activity
- Grammar: Personal Pronouns
He is my father.
She is my mother.

* Pupils learn to:


- read and say aloud words
- ask and answer session
- spelling: classroom, library, canteen, toilet,
school, field
* Pupils learn to:
- read, recognize and say aloud words
- ask and answer session
- spelling: blackboard, duster, cupboard,
desk, table, pencil, sharpener, bag, book,
eraser, ruler
* Pupils learn to:
- recite the rhymes with the correct stress,
pronunciation and intonation
- say aloud words /D/ and /e/

* Date: __________________________
* Pupils learn to:
- name family members
- answer session regarding their family
- talk about their family
- spelling: father, mother, brother, sister
- recite rhymes with correct pronunciation,
intonation and stress
- stress on consonants (initial position)
/d/ jump, Jack
/m/ mulberry, morning

* World of Knowledge: Colours


- Introduce Colours
- eg. red, yellow, blue, green

* Pupils learn to:


- recognize colours, read and say aloud
- spelling: red, yellow, blue, green

* World of Knowledge: Clothes


- Introduce Clothes
- eg. shirt, shorts, trousers, dress, socks, blouse, belt,
pinafore, skirt, shoes
-Rhymes:
a) Peas Porridge /p/ and /s /
b) Orange Octopus and Olly Otter /D/
c) Lins Hairpin /I/

*Pupils learn to:


- say aloud the words and know the pictures
- spelling: shirt, shorts, trousers, dress,
socks, blouse, belt, pinafore, skirt, shoes
- Grammar: Positive & Negative Statement
- recite rhymes with the correct stress,
pronunciation and intonation with actions

* World of Knowledge: Direction


- Introduce Direction
- eg. go straight, turn left, turn right,
- Grammar: Prepositions in, out, up, under, down, on
- Rhymes:
a) Quick Quail /kw/
b) Zig-zag Zebra /z /
c) Leo the Lion / l /
d) Cutie Cat /c /

* Pupils learn to:


- see and say the direction correctly
- Simon Says activity can included
- use prepositions correctly
- recite rhymes with the correct stress,
pronunciation and intonation with actions

Unit 8: Today I
Week 11 13

* World of Knowledge: Days of the Week


- Introduce Days of the Week
- eg. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
- Jazz chant: How many days a week
- Story: Cuties Week
- Rhymes:
a) Tick tock /t/
b) Dickory dock /d/

* World of Knowledge: Farm Animals


- Introduce farm animals
Unit 9: Let Us Learn More - eg. cat, dog, cow, chicken, duck, goat
- Grammar: Subject Verb Agreement
Unit 10: Let Us Put It
This is a dog.
Together
These are dogs.
Week 14 17

Week 18 20

* Revision Week
* Examination Week (Final Year Exam)
* Correction Week

* Pupils learn to:


- say aloud days of the week and know how
to use the word correctly
- chant the rhymes with the correct stress,
pronunciation and intonation

* Pupils learn to:


- say aloud the words and recognize the
farm animals
- use the grammar correctly and able to make
the animals sound
- listen to animals stories
- making sentences about farm animals
eg. I have a pet, dog. I call my pet, Doggy.
It is brown in colour. Doggy likes to eat
meat and bones.

* Date: __________________________

* Suggestion of the English Year 1 Yearly Lesson Plan can be make changes at anytime
depends to the condition of the teacher in their teaching and learning (P&P) process

Prepared by,
Clement Kok Thai Wei
SK Long Lamei, Baram
(2006)