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FORM 2

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2015


JOHOR BAHRU DISTRICT
Learning Outcomes
Week

Themes/
Units
People
*Informal Letter*

2-3
11/1 22/1

Unit 1
What People
Do

4-6
25/1 3/2

Unit 2
Villagers
and Their
Livelihood

Levels

1.1 a Introducing oneself


1.1 c Talking about self,
family, friends,
interest, past events,
feelings, and
understanding when
others talk about
themselves
1.2 a Carrying out a variety
of language functions
PBS ORAL
B1, B2

Literature
Heir Conditioning
7
19/2-21/2

Language for Interpersonal


Use

Chinese New Year

Language for
Informational Use
2.1 b Reading materials
such as articles in
print and in electronic
media
2.2 b Extracting main ideas
and supporting details
2.2 c Following sequence
of ideas
2.2 f Getting the explicit
meaning of the text
2.2 e Using dictionaries
2.3 a Writing recounts
using appropriate
format and
conventions
PBS WRITING
B3, B4

1.l b Taking part in


conversations and
discussions
1.2 b Participating in
conversations and
discussions

1.2 c Making plans and


arrangements

3.1 Listen to, read, view


and respond to
literary works by:
2.2 a Skimming and
e. reciting poems
scanning for specific
with feelings and
information and
expression
ideas
2.2 d Predicting outcomes
2.3 b Describing and
narrating orally
2.3 d reading aloud
written materials
clearly and fluently
2.2 f Getting meaning of
unfamiliar words by
using word attack
skills
2.3 c Composing, revising
and editing drafts, and
checking accuracy of
spelling, punctuation
and grammar

Language for
Aesthetic Use

Grammar /
Vocabulary
Simple present tense for
habitual actions
Wh words
Antonyms
e.g Easy, backward,
seldom, bad
Subject Verb Agreement
a) Singular subject takes a
singular verb
b) Plural subject takes a
plural verb
Punctuation capital
letters and full-stops
Synonyms
E.g Favourite , foreign,
buy, skills, modern
Suggested Vocab
Early, educate,
education,
encourage,
every,
examination,
exercise,
excellent, faint,
family, famous,
Fierce
PBS READ
B1, B2

Educational
Emphasis
Thinking skills
ICT skills
Values:
Loyalty,
Friendship,
Respect for
customs
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World
Learning Hoe to
Learn Skills
* refer to HSP
for more words

DATELINE
(Notify if unable to
meet the dateline)

CLASS

Learning Outcomes
Week

Themes/
Units

Levels

1
7-10
15/2-12/3

People
Unit 3
Famous
Faces
Literature
*One for all, all
for one

7
9/3-12/3

FIRST TERM
BREAK

2.1 b Reading materials


such as articles in
print and in
electronic media
2.2 b Extracting main
ideas and supporting
details
2.2 c Following sequence
of ideas
2.2 d Getting the explicit
meaning of the text
2.2 f Using dictionaries
2.3 a Writing recounts
using appropriate
format and
conventions

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by :
c. taking about self,
family, and feelings
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by: 3.1 Listen to, read, view
a. listening to spoken texts
and respond to
b. Reading materials
literary works by:
such as articles in
a. understanding nd giving
print and in
electronic media
one's opinion of the text
b. recognizing
PBS WRITING
elements in a story
such as characters
B1, B2
and setting
c. explaining the
message the writer
is trying to convey
and discussing how
this relates to one's
life

1.1Make friends and


keep friendship by :
b. taking part in
conversations and
discussions
d. exchanging ideas
and giving opinions
on topics of interests
c. talking about self,
friends, interests and
feelings, and
understanding when
others talk

2.1 Obtain information for different


purposes by:
a) listening to spoken texts
2.2 Process information by:
b. extracting main
ideas and supporting
details
g. getting meaning of unfamiliar
words by using word attack skills
2.3 Present information
to different audiences by:
a. writing directions, instructions,
announcements and recounts
2.3 Process information by:
b. extracting main ideas and supporting
details

Grammar /
Vocabulary

Language for
Aesthetic Use

l.1a Introducing oneself


1.2 c Talking about self,
family, friends,
interest, past events,
feelings, and
understanding when
others talk about
themselves
1.2 a Carrying out a
variety of language
functions

PBS ORAL
B3

Language for
Informational Use

3.1 Listen to, read, view


and respond to
literary works by:
e. reciting poems
with feelings and
expression

Adjectives that show


qualities
- Nouns

Simple past
tense

*FORMATIVE
TEST 1*
2

13/3-21/3

Language for Interpersonal


Use

3.1 Listen to, read, view and


respond to literary works
by:
c. explaining the message
the writer is trying to
convey and discussing
how this relates to one's
life
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and
imaginatively by:
c. composing simple stories

Educational
Emphasis

Thinking skills
ICT skills
Values:
Loyalty, Friendship,
Respect for customs

Antonyms
Multiple
- intelligent, hardworking, Intelligences
admire, weak,
agree, good
Preparation for
the Real World
Vocab
Early, educate,
Learning Hoe to
education,
Learn Skills
encourage,
every,
examination,
* refer to HSP
exercise,
for more words
excellent, faint,
family, famous,
Fierce
PBS READ
B3, B4

DATELINE
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meet the dateline)

CLASS

Learning Outcomes
Week

22-24
21/6-9/7

Themes/
Units
Health
*Speech/
Article *

Levels

Language for
Interpersonal Use

Language for
Informational Use

1.1 Make friends


and keep friendships
by:
b. taking part in
conversations and
discussions
d. exchanging ideas
and giving opinions
on topics of interest

2.2 Process information by:


a. skimming and
scanning for specific
information and
ideas
b. extracting main
ideas and supporting
details
f. using dictionaries
g. getting meaning
of unfamiliar words
by using word attack
skills.

Unit 9
Looking
good,
Feeling
Great

PBS ORAL
B4
25-26
12/7-23/7

Unit 10
Food for
Thought

27-29
26/7-13/8

Unit 11
Fun Ways to
Fitness
Literature
*Rumplestil
skin

30
16/8-20/8

UJIAN
FORMATIVE
2

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by:
a. carrying out a
variety of language
functions
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions.
PBS ORAL
B5

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by:
b. reading materials
such as
advertisements in
print and in
electronic media
2.2 Process information by:
b. extracting main
ideas and supporting
details
d. getting the
explicit meaning of
the text
g. getting meaning
of unfamiliar words
by using word attack
skills.
PBS WRITING B5

Language for
Aesthetic Use

Grammar /
Vocabulary

Educational
Emphasis
Thinking skills
Preparation for
the Real WorId
Learning How
to Learn Skills
Multiple
intelligences
Knowledge
acquisition
Knowledge
acquisition

DATELINE
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meet the dateline)

CLASS

Learning Outcomes
Week

Themes/
Units

Levels
1

30-32
23/8-10/9

Science and
Technology
*Opinionated
Composition*

#Second Term
Holiday#

33-34
13/9-1/10

Unit 13
Our Green
Heritage

35-37
Unit 14
4/10-22/10 Innovations
in
Technology

1.2 a Participating in
conversations and
discussions
l.1d Exchanging ideas
and giving opinions
on topics of interest

Unit 12
Going
Organic
18/9-26/9

Language for Interpersonal


Use

PBS ORAL
B6

1.2 c Making plans and


arrangements

Language for
Informational Use
2.1 a Listening to spoken
text such as talks,
speeches, and from
other multimedia
sources
2.1 b Reading materials such
as articles in
print and in
electronic media
2.2 b Extracting main
ideas and supporting
details
2.2 d Getting the explicit
meaning of the text
2.2 f Using dictionaries
2.3 a Writing instructions
using appropriate
format and
conventions
2.2 a Skimming and
scanning for specific
information and
ideas
2.2 e Predicting outcomes
2.3 b Giving instructions,
Describe ng orally
2.3 g Getting meaning of
unfamiliar words by
using word attack
skills

Language for
Aesthetic Use

Grammar

3.1 e Reciting poems with


feeling and expression
(I Wonder & Heir
Conditioning)

Uncountable
nouns
Prepositions of
place
Contextual clues
- I, you, she,
they
Simple present
tense for facts
that are generally
true
Future form using
will
Contextual clues
- These, This,
That, Those

3.1 c Explaining the


message the writer
is trying to convey
and discussing how
this relates to one's
life
3.1 d understanding
other people's
cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs
PBS WRITING
B6

Adverbs of place
and time
Punctuation
- apostrophe to
show possession
Change nouns to
adjectives
- production to
productive
Suggested Words
East, earth,
evening, field,
fence, flower,
flow, fruit,
garden, gentle,
health

Educational
Emphasis

Thinking skills
ICT Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
* Refer to HSP
for more words

DATELINE
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to meet the
dateline)

CLASS

Learning Outcomes
Week

15-16
19/4-30/4

Themes/
Units

Social
Issues
*Picture
Composition*

Levels

Unit 6
Gives Space
to Run and
Play
17-18
4/5-14/5

Unit 7
Time Is Gold

19-21
17/5-17/6

Unit 8
What Are
Friends For?
Literature
*I wonder
*rumplestilskin

17/5 28/5

29/5-13/6

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by :
a. carrying out a
variety of language
functions
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendship by :
b. taking part in
conversations and
discussions
c. talking about self
and friends

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by :
c. taking about self,
family, and feelings
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions

*MID YEAR*
EXAMINATION

#MidYear
Holiday#

Language for Interpersonal


Use

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendship by :
b. taking part in
conversations and
discussions
d. exchanging ideas
and giving opinions
on topics of interests
c. talking about
self, friends,
interests and
feelings, and
understanding when
others talk

Language for
Informational Use
2.2 Process information by:
a. skimming and
scanning for specific
information and
ideas
f. using dictionaries
2.3 Present information
top different
audiences by
a. writing
instructions and
directions
2.1 Obtain information
for different
purposes by:
a. listening to
spoken texts

Language for
Aesthetic Use
3.1 Listen to, read, view
and respond to
literary works by:
e. reciting poems
with feelings and
expression

2.1 Obtain information


3.1 Listen to, read, view
for different purposes by:
and respond to
a. listening to
literary works by:
spoken texts
a. understanding
b. reading materials
and giving one's
such as articles in
opinion of the text
print and in
c. explaining the
electronic media
message the writer
2.1 Obtain information
is trying to convey
for different purposes by:
and discussing how
a. listening to spoken texts
this relates to one's
life
2.2 Process information by:
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
b. extracting main ideas
respond to literary works
and supporting details
by:
g. getting meaning
b. recognizing
of unfamiliar words
elements in a story
by using word attack
such as characters
skills
and setting
2.3 Present information to
c. explaining the
different audiences by :
message the writer
a. writing directions,
is trying to convey
instructions,
and discussing how this
announcements and
relates to one' life
recounts
3.2 Express themselves
2.3 Process information by:
creatively and
b. extracting main
imaginatively by:
ideas and supporting
c. composing
details
simple stories.

Grammar /
Vocabulary

Negative
statements
Punctuation
- exclamation
mark
Suffix ful
- wonderful, useful,
delightful
Punctuation
- apostrophe for
contractions
Article the
Suffix less
- careless,
speechless,
seedless, useless

Educational
Emphasis

Thinking skills
ICT skills
Values

gratitude

filial piety

being
thankful

being
hardworking
Multiple
intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World
Knowledge
Acquisition

Vocab - List:
* Teachers are
(e.g)

responsible to refer to HSP

obedient

honest

helpful

thankful

loyal

DATELINE
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meet the dateline)

CLASS

Week

11-12
22/3-2/4

Themes/
Units
Environment
*Report*
Unit 4
Stop Air
Pollution

13-14
5/4-16/4

Unit 5
Flood Woes
Literature
I wonder

Learning Outcomes
Levels

Language for
Interpersonal Use

1.2 Taking part in social


interaction by:
b. participating in
conversations and
discussion

Language for
Informational Use
2.1 Obtain information
for different
purposes by :
a. listening to
spoken text
2.2 Process information by:
a. skimming and
scanning for specific
information and
ideas
2.3 Present information
to different
audiences by :
b. giving
instructions,
describing and
narrating orally
PBS READ
B5, B6

Language for
Aesthetic Use
3.1 Listen to, read, view
and respond to
literary works by :
a. understanding
and telling in one's
own words the story
and poem heard
and or read and
giving one's
opinions of the text

Grammar /
Vocabulary

Educational
Emphasis

Future tense using


going to
Punctuation
- question mark

Thinking skills

Prefix mis-
- misbehave,
miscalculate,
misplace

Preparing for
the real world

Prepositions of
direction
Formation of the
plural words
ending with f and
fe
Prefix re
- redesign, reappear,
rebuild

Knowledge
acquisition

Multiple
intelligences

DATELINE
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CLASS