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RANCANGAN TAHUNAN BAHASA INGGERIS

TINGKATAN 1
2014

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

ORIENTATION WEEK

2nd Janth
Jan

DIAGNOSTIC TEST

2
11th Jan
13th Jan

People
Getting to know
you

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendships by
a. Talking part in
conversations and
discussions.
b. talking about
self,family ,friends ,
Interest, past events,
feelings and understanding
when others talk about
themselves

1.0
Interpersonal

level 2
1.Telling what the text is all about
ii. Scanning for certain details
iii. Using the dictionary to find the
meaning of unfamiliar words level 2
iv. Punctuating meaningful using
capital letters, commas, full stop,
question marks

2.1 Obtain information for


different audience by
c. composing, revising and
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling,
punctuation and grammar.
2.2 Process Information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
f. using dictionaries.

Level 1
i. Introducing yourself
ii. Talking about-self family
iii. Asking simple questions politely by
giving the required information

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

Grammar
-Simple present
tense

ACTIVITIES

Introducing oneself using


structure
-Role play

-Subject- verb
agreement
-Wh- question
-Punctuation
Capital letters,
exclamation mark,
full stop, question
mark

-Guessing game: who, Am I?


-Sing a song: The more We Get
Together
-Blank-filling-activity
-Guessing the meaning of words
-Guided writing

Sound system
/p/,/b/
Vocabulary
Refer to word list

2.0
Informational

2.3 Present information to


different audience by
c. composing, revising and
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling,
punctuation and grammar

-Reading an e-mail
-Learning how to write an e-mail

WEEK

3
16th Jan
20th Jan

THEME/
TOPIC
People
Family Ties

LEARNING
OUTCOMES
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendship by
b. talking about
self,family ,friends,
interests, past events,
feelings, and understanding
when others talk about
themselves

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

1.0
Interpersonal

Level 2
vi. Giving an account of experience or
preferences and describing feeling with
the correct intonation, word stress and
sentences rhythm in face-to- face
situations and writing simple
paragraphs
viii. Writing short messages

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
b. reading materials such as
articles in print and in
electronic media
2.2 Process information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas

Level 1
i. Listening to and understanding a
variety of texts of suitable length
Level 2
ii. Nothing important details
iv. Finding more details in simple text
Level 3
vii. Writing recounts
2.0
Informational

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. Writing recounts etc.
Using appropriate format
and conventions

LANGUAGE
CONTENT
Grammar
-Adjectives in terms
of color, size and
shape
-Preposition of
place
-Regular and
irregular verbs
Sound system
/t/,/d/
Vocabulary
Refer to word list

ACTIVITIES
Listen to a job description, fill in
a questionnaire
-Read a dialogue about a job,
complete a flow chart
-Write a description of a job

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

CHINESE NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS

23rd Jan
27th Jan
5
30th Jan
3rd Feb

People
Stand By Me

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
b. talking about self, family,
friends, interests, past
events, feelings and
understanding when others
talk about themselves
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
b. Participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. Reading materials such as
articles in print and in
electronic media
2.2 Process information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
a. Writing recounts etc,
using appropriate format
and conventions

1.0
Interpersonal

Level 2
vi. Giving an account of experiences
and feelings

Grammar
-Sentences:
Negative statements

Level 1
v. Apologizing for mistake or when one
has hurt or offended someone

-Verbs
Negative verbs

-Talking about how ones feeling


at the moment
-Talking about ones experiences

2.0
Informational

Level 1
ii. Reading silently and aloud with
understanding a variety of texts of
suitable length
Level 2
ii. Scanning for certain details
Level 3
Writing recounts
Level 2
iv. Giving the sequence of events
Level 1
1.Acting out sections of the texts

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling

-Blank-filling activity

Sound system
Contractions:
nt, isnt

-Reading a story

Vocabulary
Refer to word list

-Group discussion on how one


feels about a situation given
-Writing recounts

-Rearranging events

-Role play

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

in ones own words the


story read
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and Imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing texts and
role-playing characters
6
6th - 10th
Feb

Environment
It All Starts At
Home

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest

3.0
Aesthetic
1.0
Interpersonal

Level 1
iii. Asking simple question politely to
get information and responding
appropriately

Grammar
-Verbs for
instructions and
directions

-Talking about 3Rs


(Reduce, Reuse,
Recycle)

iv. Responding to question politely by


giving the require information

-Connections:
Sequence
connectors

-Giving instructions orally and in


writing

-Function:
Commas

-Reading e-mails and answering


them

Sound system
-/m/,/n/

-Blank-filling activity

-Making a project

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
b. participating in
conversations and
discussion

Level 2
vii. Giving and following instructions
x. Discussing plans with others to do
something

-Constructing sentences
Vocabulary
-Refer to word list
Poem
The River

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
b. composing single poems,
stories and dialogues
c. explaining the message
the writer is trying to
convey and discussing how
the relates to ones life
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing texts and

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
1.Reading a poem with feeling and
expression with correct pronunciation,
intonation, stress and rhythm
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using
unconventional clues and the
dictionary.
ix. Talking about the theme and writing
a simple paragraph about the theme of
the poem

1.Rearranging lines
of poem
2.Reading aloud
making movement
and sounds
3.Matching words
and meanings
4.Solving crossword
puzzle
5.Vocabulary

-Reciting poem

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

role-playing characters

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

exercises
Level 1
i. Acting out sections of the text

6.Writing another
stanza
7.Pantomine

Environment
It All Starts At
Home

13th - 17th
Feb

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest

1.0
Interpersonal

Level 1
iii. Asking simple question politely to
get information and responding
appropriately

8.Apple pass
Grammar
-Verbs for
instructions and
directions

-Talking about 3Rs


(Reduce, Reuse,
Recycle)
-Making a project

iv. Responding to question politely by


giving the require information

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
b. participating in
conversations and
discussion

Level 2
vii. Giving and following instructions
x. Discussing plans with others to do
something

-Connections:
Sequence
connectors

-Giving instructions orally and in


writing

-Function:
Commas

-Reading e-mails and answering


them

Sound system
-/m/,/n/

-Blank-filling activity
-Constructing sentences

Vocabulary
-Refer to word list
Poem
The River

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
b. composing single poems,
stories and dialogues
c. explaining the message
the writer is trying to
convey and discussing how
the relates to ones life
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing texts and
role-playing characters

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
1.Reading a poem with feeling and
expression with correct pronunciation,
intonation, stress and rhythm
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using
unconventional clues and the
dictionary.
ix. Talking about the theme and writing
a simple paragraph about the theme of
the poem

1.Rearranging lines
of poem
2.Reading aloud
making movement
and sounds
3.Matching words
and meanings
4.Solving crossword
puzzle
5.Vocabulary
exercises

-Reciting poem

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS
Level 1
i. Acting out sections of the text

LANGUAGE
CONTENT
6.Writing another
stanza
7.Pantomine
8.Apple pass

ACTIVITIES

WEEK
8
20th Feb
24th Feb

THEME/
TOPIC
Environment
Do You Care
Enough?

LEARNING
OUTCOMES
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendship by
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

1.0
Interpersonal

Level 1
iii. Asking a simple questions politely
to get information and responding
appropriately
iv. Responding to questions politely by
giving the require information

Grammar
-Suggested patterns:
Inviting accepting
and declining
invitation,
apologizing

Level 2
x. Discussing plans with others to do
something
i. Inviting friends to a function
ii. Accepting and declining the
invitation
iv. Expressing thanks and responding
appropriately
Level 1
ii. Listening and understanding a
variety of texts of suitable length

-Prepositions:
Prepositions of time

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
b. participating in
conversation and discussion
a. Carrying out a variety of
language functions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. Listening to spoken text
such as talks, speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
b. reading material such as
articles in print and in
electronic media

Listening to a dialogue and


filling blanks
-Group discussion: how to
beautify the school compound
-Matching

2.0
Informational

Level 1
ii. Scanning for certain details
Level 3
Writing out/making announcement

2.2 Process information by


a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas

Level 2/3
vi. Talking about characters in the story
and writing a simple paragraph on one
or two characters

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. Writing announcement
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
b. recognizing elements in a
story

ACTIVITIES

3.0
Aesthetic

Identifying base
words

-Writing an invitation
-Word association
-Class debate

Sound system
-/g/,/f/
Vocabulary
-Refer to word list

-Brainstorming:
Characters in the story

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

9
EXAMINATION 1
27th Feb 2th Mac
10
EXAMINATION 1
5th Mac
9th Mac

11
12th Mac
16th Mac

FIRST SEMESTER HOLIDAYS.

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC
Social Issues

12
19th Mac
23rd Mac

LEARNING
OUTCOMES
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendship by
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
b. reading materials such as
articles in print and in
electronic media
2.2 Process information by
b. extracting main ideas and
supporting details
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
a. Writing directions,
instructions, recounts and
announcements using
appropriate format and
convention
b. giving instructions,
describing and narrating
orally

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

1.0
Interpersonal

Level 1
v. Listening to and discriminating
between initial and final consonants,
long and short vowels, plural forms and
contractions

2.0
Informational

Level 2
vii. Asking simple questions politely to
get information and responding
appropriately
Level 1
i. Listening to and understanding a
variety of texts of suitable length
ii. Reading silently and aloud with
understanding a variety of texts of
suitable length
Level 2
ii. Nothing important details
iv. Finding move details in simple
texts, identifying main idea involving
simple text
Level 3
ii. Giving a simple recount orally

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

Grammar
-Special finites or
modals

Brainstorming: Listening out


things that can turn out to be
dangerous at home

-Pronouns
Possessive
pronouns,
demonstrative
Pronouns

-Reading a talk

-Adjectives
Possessive
adjectives

-Blank filling activity

Sound system
-/l/,/h/

-Group work: Doing a poster of


Home Safety Campaign

Vocabulary
-Refer to word list

-Predicting outcomes

-Listening main ideas from a text


-Rewriting Sentences

-Doing a puzzle

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC
Poem
Mr. Nobody

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

3.1 Listen to read view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
in ones one words the
poem heard
b. giving ones opinion of
the poem
c. Reciting poems with
feeling and expression

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
1.Reciting poem with feeling and
expression and with correct
pronunciation, intonation, stress and
rhythm
Iii Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using conventional
clues and the dictionary

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively
by
b. retelling the poem from a
different point of view
c. composing simple poem

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES
1.word association
2. Whats in a name? drawing a
character sketch; identifiying
character traits
3.Dear Mr. Nobody letter writing
4.Hot Seat drama activity

x. telling how events, characters and


values in the text are similar to ones
life
Level 2
xi. Saying what one thinks about the
text and writing a simple paragraph
Level 3
xi. Talking about the theme and writing
a simple paragraph about the theme of
the poem

10

5.Comprehension activities

Social Issues
13
26th Mac
30th Mac

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
b. reading materials such as
articles in print and in
electronic media
2.2 Process information by
b. extracting main ideas and
supporting details
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
a. Writing directions,
instructions, recounts and
announcements using
appropriate format and
convention
b. giving instructions,
describing and narrating
orally

1.0
Interpersonal

2.0
Informational

Level 1
v. Listening to and discriminating
between initial and final consonants,
long and short vowels, plural forms and
contractions
Level 2
vii. Asking simple questions politely to
get information and responding
appropriately
Level 1
i. Listening to and understanding a
variety of texts of suitable length
ii. Reading silently and aloud with
understanding a variety of texts of
suitable length
Level 2
ii. Nothing important details
iv. Finding move details in simple
texts, identifying main idea involving
simple text
Level 3
ii. Giving a simple recount orally

11

Grammar
-Special finites or
modals

Brainstorming: Listening out


things that can turn out to be
dangerous at home

-Pronouns
Possessive
pronouns,
demonstrative
Pronouns

-Reading a talk

-Adjectives
Possessive
adjectives

-Blank filling activity

Sound system
-/l/,/h/

-Group work: Doing a poster of


Home Safety Campaign

Vocabulary
-Refer to word list

-Predicting outcomes

-Listening main ideas from a text


-Rewriting Sentences

-Doing a puzzle

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC
Poem
Mr. Nobody

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

3.1 Listen to read view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
in ones one words the poem
heard
b. giving ones opinion of the
poem
c. Reciting poems with
feeling and expression

3.0
Aesthetic

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively
by
b. retelling the poem from a
different point of view
c. composing simple poem

SPECIFICATIONS
Level 1
1.Reciting poem with feeling and
expression and with correct
pronunciation, intonation, stress and
rhythm
Iii Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using
conventional clues and the dictionary

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES
1.word association
2. Whats in a name? drawing a
character sketch; identifiying
character traits
3.Dear Mr. Nobody letter writing
4.Hot Seat drama activity

x. telling how events, characters and


values in the text are similar to ones
life
Level 2
xi. Saying what one thinks about the
text and writing a simple paragraph
Level 3
Xi. Talking about the theme and
writing a simple paragraph about the
theme of the poem

12

5.Comprehension activities

14
2nd Apr
6th Apr

Social Issues
Safety First

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
a. Talking part in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
v. reading materials such as
articles in print and in
electronic media
2.2 Present information to
different audiences by
a. Writing direction,
instructions, recounts and
announcement using
appropriate format and
convention
d. reading aloud written
materials clearly and fluently

1.o Interpersonal Level


vi. Giving an account of experiences
and describing feelings with correct
international
Level 1
2.0 Informational 1.Listening to and understanding a
variety of texts of suitable length
Level 2/3
ii. Giving a simple recounts orally
iv. Spelling and dictation
vii. Writing recount

Grammar
-Verbs: Words that
signal past time
-Verbs: Special
finites and model

-Talking about public safety


-Giving an account on a personal
experience
-Choosing
correct statement

-Pronouns: Personal
pronouns
-Doing dictation
Sound system
-/dz/
-Group work: How to prevent
dangers (discussion)
Vocabulary
-Refer to word list -Rearranging words to from correct
sentences
-Forming Sentences

Level 2/3
iv. Composing simple stories as a level
suitable to learners.

-Playing a game
-Writing story

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively
by
c. composing simple stories

13

Poem
Mr. Nobody

3.1 Listen to read view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
in ones one words the poem
heard
b. giving ones opinion of the
poem
c. Reciting poems with
feeling and expression
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
b. retelling the poem from a
different point of view
c. composing simple poem

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
1.Reciting poem with feeling and
expression and with correct
pronunciation, intonation, stress and
rhythm
Iii Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using
conventional clues and the dictionary

1.word association
2. Whats in a name? drawing a
character sketch; identifiying
character traits
3.Dear Mr. Nobody letter writing
4.Hot Seat drama activity

x. telling how events, characters and


values in the text are similar to ones
life
Level 2
xi. Saying what one thinks about the
text and writing a simple paragraph
Level 3
Xi. Talking about the theme and
writing a simple paragraph about the
theme of the poem

14

5.Comprehension activities

15
9th Apr
13th Apr

Social Issues
Safety First

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
a. Talking part in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
v. reading materials such as
articles in print and in
electronic media
2.2 Present information to
different audiences by
a. Writing direction,
instructions, recounts and
announcement using
appropriate format and
convention
d. reading aloud written
materials clearly and fluently

1.o Interpersonal Level


vi. Giving an account of experiences
and describing feelings with correct
international
Level 1
2.0 Informational 1.Listening to and understanding a
variety of texts of suitable length
Level 2/3
ii. Giving a simple recounts orally
iv. Spelling and dictation
vii. Writing recount

Grammar
-Verbs: Words that
signal past time
-Verbs: Special
finites and model

-Talking about public safety


-Giving an account on a personal
experience
-Choosing
correct statement

-Pronouns: Personal
pronouns
-Doing dictation
Sound system
-/dz/
-Group work: How to prevent
dangers (discussion)
Vocabulary
-Refer to word list -Rearranging words to from correct
sentences
-Forming Sentences

Level 2/3
iv. Composing simple stories as a level
suitable to learners.

-Playing a game
-Writing story

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively
by
c. composing simple stories

15

Short story:
Flipping Fantastic

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own words the story
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a
story
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
d. Understanding other
peoples culture,
traditions,customs and
beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and role
playing characters

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using contextual
clues and the dictionary
Level 2
iv. Giving sequences of events
iv. Talking about the place and time the
story took place
Level 3
ix. Talking about the theme
xii. Talking about the message the
writer is putting across
Level 1
i. Acting out sections of the texts

1.Character traits-Identifying
similarities and difference between
characters
2.Who said what?-recognizing and
analysis characters
3.Vocabulary-Matching
4.Fun with picture-answering
question based on picture
5.The plan to be Analysis the
setting
6.sequencing events
7.Analysis theme

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another form
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable to
learners.

8.Identifying values
9.Word maze
10.Comparing schools
11.Comprehensi-on activities

16

16
16th Apr
20th Apr

Social Issues
Safety First

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
a. Talking part in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
v. reading materials such as
articles in print and in
electronic media
2.2 Present information to
different audiences by
a. Writing direction,
instructions, recounts and
announcement using
appropriate format and
convention
d. reading aloud written
materials clearly and fluently

1.o Interpersonal Level


vi. Giving an account of experiences
and describing feelings with correct
international
Level 1
2.0 Informational 1.Listening to and understanding a
variety of texts of suitable length
Level 2/3
ii. Giving a simple recounts orally
iv. Spelling and dictation
vii. Writing recount

Grammar
-Verbs: Words that
signal past time
-Verbs: Special
finites and model

-Talking about public safety


-Giving an account on a personal
experience
-Choosing
correct statement

-Pronouns: Personal
pronouns
-Doing dictation
Sound system
-/dz/
-Group work: How to prevent
dangers (discussion)
Vocabulary
-Refer to word list -Rearranging words to from correct
sentences
-Forming Sentences

Level 2/3
iv. Composing simple stories as a level
suitable to learners.

-Playing a game
-Writing story

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively
by
c. composing simple stories

17

Short story:
Flipping Fantastic

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own words the story
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a
story
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
d. Understanding other
peoples culture,
traditions,customs and
beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and role
playing characters

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using contextual
clues and the dictionary
Level 2
iv. Giving sequences of events
iv. Talking about the place and time the
story took place
Level 3
ix. Talking about the theme
xii. Talking about the message the
writer is putting across
Level 1
i. Acting out sections of the texts

1.Character traits-Identifying
similarities and difference between
characters
2.Who said what?-recognizing and
analysis characters
3.Vocabulary-Matching
4.Fun with picture-answering
question based on picture
5.The plan to be Analysis the
setting
6.sequencing events
7.Analysis theme

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another form
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable to
learners.

8.Identifying values
9.Word maze
10.Comparing schools
11.Comprehensi-on activities

18

17
23rd 28th
Apr

Values
Ill Be There For You

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
a. Talking part in
conversations and
discussions

1.0 Interpersonal Level


vi Giving an account of experiences
and describing feelings with correct
intonation with Reading articles, etc.
and discussing points of interest with
2.0
friends
2.2 Process information by
Informational
Vii Reading and
Level 2/3
understanding non-linear
iii. Writing and presenting plans and
texts using simple diagrams
directions
2.3 Present information to
vi. Puctuating meaningfully using
different audiences by
capital letters, commas, full stop,
a. Writing directions using
question marks
appropriate format and
convention
Level 2
c. composing , revising and
ix. Telling how events in the texts are
editing drafts and checking
similar to ones life.
accuracy of spelling
punctuation and grammar
3.1 Listen to read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. Reciting poems with
feeling and expression
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
3.0
Aesthetic use

19

Grammar
-Nouns
-Concrete nouns:
Common nouns,
proper nouns

-Reading telephone conversation


-Answering comprehension
question
-Sequencing messages

-Gender

-Giving directions

-Adding suffix

-Drawing maps

-Prepositions:
Prepositions of
direction

-Finding words

Sound system
-/z/,/g/

-World omission

Vocabulary
-Refer to the word
list

-Reciting s poem

Short story:
Flipping Fantastic

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own words the story
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a
story
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
d. Understanding other
peoples culture, traditions,
customs and beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and role
playing characters

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using contextual
clues and the dictionary
Level 2
iv. Giving sequences of events
iv. Talking about the place and time the
story took place
Level 3
ix. Talking about the theme
xii. Talking about the message the
writer is putting across
Level 1
i. Acting out sections of the texts

1.Character traits-Identifying
similarities and difference between
characters
2.Who said what?-recognizing and
analysis characters
3.Vocabulary-Matching
4.Fun with picture-answering
question based on picture
5.The plan to be Analysis the
setting
6.sequencing events
7.Analysis theme

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another form
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable to
learners.

8.Identifying values
9.Word maze
10.Comparing schools
11.Comprehensi-on activities

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18
30th Apr
4th May

Values
Ill Be There For You

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
a. Talking part in
conversations and
discussions

1.0 Interpersonal Level


vi Giving an account of experiences
and describing feelings with correct
intonation with Reading articles, etc.
and discussing points of interest with
2.0
friends
2.2 Process information by
Informational
Vii Reading and
Level 2/3
understanding non-linear
iii. Writing and presenting plans and
texts using simple diagrams
directions
2.3 Present information to
vi. Punctuating meaningfully using
different audiences by
capital letters, commas, full stop,
a. Writing directions using
question marks
appropriate format and
convention
Level 2
c. composing , revising and
ix. Telling how events in the texts are
editing drafts and checking
similar to ones life.
accuracy of spelling
punctuation and grammar
3.1 Listen to read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. Reciting poems with
feeling and expression
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
3.0
Aesthetic use

21

Grammar
-Nouns
-Concrete nouns:
Common nouns,
proper nouns

-Reading telephone conversation


-Answering comprehension
question
-Sequencing messages

-Gender

-Giving directions

-Adding suffix

-Drawing maps

-Prepositions:
Prepositions of
direction

-Finding words

Sound system
-/z/,/g/

-World omission

Vocabulary
-Refer to the word
list

-Reciting s poem

Short story:
Flipping Fantastic

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own words the story
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a
story
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
d. Understanding other
peoples culture, traditions,
customs and beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and role
playing characters

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using contextual
clues and the dictionary
Level 2
iv. Giving sequences of events
iv. Talking about the place and time the
story took place
Level 3
ix. Talking about the theme
xii. Talking about the message the
writer is putting across
Level 1
i. Acting out sections of the texts

1.Character traits-Identifying
similarities and difference between
characters
2.Who said what?-recognizing and
analysis characters
3.Vocabulary-Matching
4.Fun with picture-answering
question based on picture
5.The plan to be Analysis the
setting
6.sequencing events
7.Analysis theme

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another form
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable to
learners.

8.Identifying values
9.Word maze
10.Comparing schools
11.Comprehensi-on activities

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19
14th May 18th May

Values
Ill Be There For You

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
a. Talking part in
conversations and
discussions

1.0 Interpersonal Level


vi Giving an account of experiences
and describing feelings with correct
intonation with Reading articles, etc.
and discussing points of interest with
2.0
friends
2.2 Process information by
Informational
Vii Reading and
Level 2/3
understanding non-linear
iii. Writing and presenting plans and
texts using simple diagrams
directions
2.3 Present information to
vi. Punctuating meaningfully using
different audiences by
capital letters, commas, full stop,
a. Writing directions using
question marks
appropriate format and
convention
Level 2
c. composing , revising and
ix. Telling how events in the texts are
editing drafts and checking
similar to ones life.
accuracy of spelling
punctuation and grammar
3.1 Listen to read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. Reciting poems with
feeling and expression
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
3.0
Aesthetic use

23

Grammar
-Nouns
-Concrete nouns:
Common nouns,
proper nouns

-Reading telephone conversation


-Answering comprehension
question
-Sequencing messages

-Gender

-Giving directions

-Adding suffix

-Drawing maps

-Prepositions:
Prepositions of
direction

-Finding words

Sound system
-/z/,/g/

-World omission

Vocabulary
-Refer to the word
list

-Reciting s poem

Short story:
Flipping Fantastic

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own words the story
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a
story
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey
d. Understanding other
peoples culture, traditions,
customs and beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and role
playing characters

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using contextual
clues and the dictionary
Level 2
iv. Giving sequences of events
iv. Talking about the place and time the
story took place
Level 3
ix. Talking about the theme
xii. Talking about the message the
writer is putting across
Level 1
i. Acting out sections of the texts

1.Character traits-Identifying
similarities and difference between
characters
2.Who said what?-recognizing and
analysis characters
3.Vocabulary-Matching
4.Fun with picture-answering
question based on picture
5.The plan to be Analysis the
setting
6.sequencing events
7.Analysis theme

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another form
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable to
learners.

8.Identifying values
9.Word maze
10.Comparing schools
11.Comprehensi-on activities

20-21

EXAMINATION 2

14th May

25th May

24

22-23
28th May
8th Jun

24
11th June
15th June

MID YEAR HOLIDAYS

Values
Never Too Young Never
Too Old
*Discussion/Corrections
of English Papers 1 and
2 of Midyear Exam

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
b. praticipating in
conversations and
discussions
a. Carrying out a variety of
languages

1.o
Interpersonal

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by
b. reading materials such
as articles in print and in
electronic media

Level 2
ii. Reading silently and aloud with
understanding a variety of texts of
suitable length

2.2 Process information by


b. Skimming and scanning
for specific information
and ideas

Graphic Novel:
The Boscombo Valley
Mystery

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. Writing using
appropriate format and
convention
3.1 Listen to read, view
and respond to literary
works by
a. understanding and
telling ones own
words the graphic novel
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing element in
a graphic novel
c. explaining the message
the writer is trying to

Level 1/2
ix. Discussing plans with others to
do something
i. Inviting friends to functions
ii. Accepting and declining the
invitation
iv. Expressing thanks and
responding appropriately
v. Apologize for mistake or when
one has hurt or offended someone
and writing a short note of apology

Grammar
-Sentences:
Simple sentences,
Compound
sentences

-Brainstorming:Caring Society
-Reading a text
-Blank-filling activity
-Learning about letter writing

-Nouns:
Abstract nouns
-Verbs
-Sound system
-/v/,/f/

-Writing a guided letter


-Answering comprehension
question
-Playing a game

Vocabulary
Refer to word list

Level 2
ii. Scanning for certain details
Level 3
vii. Writing recounts
3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words using contextual
clues to the dictionary

1.Comprehension questions
2.Sequencing events
3.Connecting error

Level 2
iv. Giving sequence if event
iv. Talking the about the time the
story took place
Level 3
c. Talking about the theme

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4.Identify setting and events


5.Identifying character traits
6.Role play

cover
d. Understanding other
people culture, tradition,
custom and belief.
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginative
a. dramatizing test and
role playing character
b. retelling the poem from
different point of view
c. composing simple
poem.

Xii talking about the message the


writer is putting across

7.World maze
8.Identify review

Level 1
1.Acting out section to other
Level 2
1.Changing the text to another
forum
Level 3
1. Composting simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable
learner.
Level 2
x. Saying what one thinks about the
poet

9.Writing a TV review
10.Writing a letter
11.Post-reading activities
changing ending of graphic novel,
creating a wanted poster
-Discussing the messages in the
poem
-composing a simple poem ( A
Place of Paradise )

Level 3
Xii: talking about the message n
poem
Level 1
ii. Reading the poem as one
understands
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems at a
level suitable to learners.
Values
1.2 Take part in social
1.o Interpersonal Level 1/2
Grammar
-Brainstorming:Caring Society
Never Too Young Never interaction by
ix. Discussing plans with others to do -Sentences:
-Reading a text
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Too Old
b. participating in
something
Simple sentences,
conversations and discussions
i. Inviting friends to functions
Compound sentences -Blank-filling activity
18th Jun
a. Carrying out a variety of
ii. Accepting and declining the invitation
22th Jun
*Discussion/Corrections of languages
iv. Expressing thanks and responding -Nouns:
-Learning about letter writing
English Papers 1 and 2 of
appropriately
Abstract nouns
Midyear Exam
2.1 Obtain information for
v. Apologize for mistake or when one
-Writing a guided letter
different purposes by
has hurt or offended someone and
-Verbs
b. reading materials such as
writing a short note of apology
-Answering comprehension
articles in print and in
-Sound system
question
electronic media
Level 2
-/v/,/f/
ii. Reading silently and aloud with
-Playing a game
2.2 Process information by
understanding a variety of texts of
Vocabulary

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b. Skimming and scanning


for specific information and
ideas

suitable length
Level 2
ii. Scanning for certain details

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. Writing using appropriate
format and convention

Graphic Novel:
The Boscombo Valley
Mystery

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own
words the graphic novel
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing element in a
graphic novel
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to cover
d. Understanding other
people culture, tradition,
custom and belief.

Refer to word list

Level 3
vii. Writing recounts

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words using contextual clues
to the dictionary

1.Comprehension questions
2.Sequencing events
3.Connecting error

Level 2
iv. Giving sequence if event
iv. Talking the about the time the story
took place
Level 3
c. Talking about the theme
Xii talking about the message the writer
is putting across

4.Identify setting and events


5.Identifying character traits
6.Role play
7.World maze
8.Identify review

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginative
a. dramatizing test and role
playing character
b. retelling the poem from
different point of view
c. composing simple poem.

Level 1
1.Acting out section to other
Level 2
1.Changing the text to another forum
Level 3
1. Composting simple poems stories and
dialogue at a level suitable learner.
Level 2
x. Saying what one thinks about the
poet
Level 3
Xii: talking about the message n poem

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9.Writing a TV review
10.Writing a letter
11.Post-reading activities
changing ending of graphic novel,
creating a wanted poster
-Discussing the messages in the
poem
-composing a simple poem ( A
Place of Paradise )

Level 1
ii. Reading the poem as one understands
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems at a level
suitable to learners.

Values
Never Too Young Never
Too Old

1.2 Take part in social


1.o Interpersonal Level 1/2
Grammar
-Brainstorming:Caring Society
interaction by
ix. Discussing plans with others to do -Sentences:
-Reading a text
26
b. participating in
something
Simple sentences,
conversations and discussions
i. Inviting friends to functions
Compound sentences -Blank-filling activity
25th Jun
a. Carrying out a variety of
ii. Accepting and declining the invitation
29th June *Discussion/Corrections of languages
iv. Expressing thanks and responding -Nouns:
-Learning about letter writing
English Papers 1 and 2 of
appropriately
Abstract nouns
Midyear Exam
2.1 Obtain information for
v. Apologize for mistake or when one
-Writing a guided letter
different purposes by
has hurt or offended someone and
-Verbs
b. reading materials such as
writing a short note of apology
-Answering comprehension
articles in print and in
-Sound system
question
electronic media
Level 2
-/v/,/f/
ii. Reading silently and aloud with
-Playing a game
2.2 Process information by
understanding a variety of texts of
Vocabulary
b. Skimming and scanning
suitable length
Refer to word list
for specific information and
ideas
Level 2
ii. Scanning for certain details
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
Level 3
a. Writing using appropriate
vii. Writing recounts
format and convention
Graphic Novel:
3.1 Listen to read, view and
3.0
Level 1
1.Comprehension questions
The Boscombo Valley
respond to literary works by
Aesthetic
ii. Finding out the meaning of
Mystery
a. understanding and telling
unfamiliar words using contextual clues
2.Sequencing events
ones own
to the dictionary
words the graphic novel
3.Connecting error
heard or read, give ones
Level 2
opinion of the text
iv. Giving sequence if event
4.Identify setting and events
b. recognizing element in a
iv. Talking the about the time the story
graphic novel
took place
5.Identifying character traits
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to cover
Level 3
6.Role play
d. Understanding other
C. Talking about the theme

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people culture, tradition,


custom and belief.

Xii talking about the message the writer


is putting across

7.World maze
8.Identify review

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginative
a. dramatizing test and role
playing character
b. retelling the poem from
different point of view
c. composing simple poem.

Level 1
1.Acting out section to other
Level 2
1.Changing the text to another forum
Level 3
1. Composting simple poems stories and
dialogue at a level suitable learner.
Level 2
x. Saying what one thinks about the
poet
Level 3
Xii: talking about the message n poem

9.Writing a TV review
10.Writing a letter
11.Post-reading activities
changing ending of graphic novel,
creating a wanted poster
-Discussing the messages in the
poem
-composing a simple poem ( A
Place of Paradise )

Level 1
ii. Reading the poem as one understands
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems at a level
suitable to learners.
Values
1.2 Take part in social
1.o Interpersonal Level 1/2
Grammar
-Brainstorming:Caring Society
Never Too Young Never
interaction by
ix. Discussing plans with others to do -Sentences:
-Reading a text
27
Too Old
b. participating in
something
Simple sentences,
conversations and discussions
i. Inviting friends to functions
Compound sentences -Blank-filling activity
2nd July
a. Carrying out a variety of
ii. Accepting and declining the invitation
6th July *Discussion/Corrections of languages
iv. Expressing thanks and responding -Nouns:
-Learning about letter writing
English Papers 1 and 2 of
appropriately
Abstract nouns
Midyear Exam
2.1 Obtain information for
v. Apologize for mistake or when one
-Writing a guided letter
different purposes by
has hurt or offended someone and
-Verbs
b. reading materials such as
writing a short note of apology
-Answering comprehension
articles in print and in
-Sound system
question
electronic media
Level 2
-/v/,/f/
ii. Reading silently and aloud with
-Playing a game
2.2 Process information by
understanding a variety of texts of
Vocabulary
b. Skimming and scanning
suitable length
Refer to word list
for specific information and
ideas
Level 2
ii. Scanning for certain details

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2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. Writing using appropriate
format and convention

Graphic Novel:
The Boscombo Valley
Mystery

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own
words the graphic novel
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing element in a
graphic novel
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to cover
d. Understanding other
people culture, tradition,
custom and belief.

Level 3
vii. Writing recounts

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words using contextual clues
to the dictionary

1.Comprehension questions
2.Sequencing events
3.Connecting error

Level 2
iv. Giving sequence if event
iv. Talking the about the time the story
took place
Level 3
C. Talking about the theme
Xii talking about the message the writer
is putting across

4.Identify setting and events


5.Identifying character traits
6.Role play
7.World maze
8.Identify review

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginative
a. dramatizing test and role
playing character
b. retelling the poem from
different point of view
c. composing simple poem.

Level 1
1.Acting out section to other
Level 2
1.Changing the text to another forum
Level 3
1. Composting simple poems stories and
dialogue at a level suitable learner.
Level 2
x. Saying what one thinks about the
poet
Level 3
Xii: talking about the message n poem

30

9.Writing a TV review
10.Writing a letter
11.Post-reading activities
changing ending of graphic novel,
creating a wanted poster
-Discussing the messages in the
poem
-composing a simple poem ( A
Place of Paradise )

Level 1
ii. Reading the poem as one understands
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems at a level
suitable to learners.

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9th 13th July

Health
Food for thought

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.2 Process information by
b. extracting in
conversations and
discussions
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
a. Writing directions,
instructions, recounts and
announcement using
appropriate format and
convention

1.0 Interpersonal Level 1


Grammar
x. Discussing plans with others to do -nouns: countable
something
nouns
Uncountable yours
Level 2
Formation of plural
lv. Finding more details in simple
(regular, irregular,
plural)
Level 1/3
2.0
ii. Giving a simple recount orally and -Phrase
Informational in writing
Quantifiers
vii. writing recounts
-Pronouns
Level 1
i. Reciting a poem with feeling and Sound system
expression and with correct
-/iz/,/aiz/
pronunciation, intonation, stress and
rhythm
Vocabulary
3.0 Aesthetic
Refer to word list
xii. Talking about the message the
writer is putting across and writing a
simple paragraph on it.
Level 3
iv. Composing simple poem at a level
suitable to learners.

31

-Brainstorming: Identifying
different types of food
-listening food that is good and
bad for your health
-Group work
Planning a good diet for a day
-Drawing a food pyramid
-Matching
-playing a game
-Composing simple poem

WEEK
29

THEME/
TOPIC
Health
Your health, Your Wealth

16th 20th
July

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
a. Carrying out a variety of
language function

1.0 Interpersonal Level 1/2/3


i. Inviting friends to function
ii. Accepting and declining the
invitations
iii. Expressing thanks and responding
2.2 Process information by
appropriately
b. skimming and scanning
2.0
for specific information and
Information iv. Expressing thanks and responding
idea.
appropriately
Monthly Test 2

Graphic Novel:
The Boscombo Valley
Mystery

SPECIFICATIONS

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own
words the graphic novel
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing element in a
graphic novel
c. explaining the message
the writer is trying to cover
d. Understanding other
people culture, tradition,
custom and belief.

LANGUAGE
CONTENT
Grammar
-Verbs: Time
expressions

ACTIVITIES
Discussing the sentences pattern
of the language functions
-Writing sentences

Sound system
-/ts/,/ng/

-Making Enquires
And to play some

Vocabulary
Refer to word list

v. Apologizing for mistake or when


one has hunt or offended someone and
writing a short note of apology
3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words using contextual
clues to the dictionary

1.Comprehension questions
2.Sequencing events
3.Connecting error

Level 2
iv. Giving sequence if event
iv. Talking the about the time the
story took place
Level 3
C. Talking about the theme
Xii talking about the message the
writer is putting across

4.Identify setting and events


5.Identifying character traits
6.Role play
7.World maze
8.Identify review

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginative

Level 1
1.Acting out section to other

32

9.Writing a TV review

a. dramatizing test and role


playing character
b. retelling the poem from
different point of view
c. composing simple poem.

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another forum
Level 3
1. Composting simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable
learner.
Level 2
x. Saying what one thinks about the
poet

10.Writing a letter
11.Post-reading activities
changing ending of graphic
novel, creating a wanted poster
-Discussing the messages in the
poem
-composing a simple poem ( A
Place of Paradise )

Level 3
Xii: talking about the message n poem
Level 1
ii. Reading
understands

30

Health
Your health, Your Wealth

23r
d 27th July

the

poem

as

one

Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems at a level
suitable to learners.
1.2 Take part in social
1.0 Interpersonal Level 1/2/3
Grammar
interaction by
i. Inviting friends to function
-Verbs: Time
a. Carrying out a variety of
ii. Accepting and declining the
expressions
language function
invitations
iii. Expressing thanks and responding Sound system
2.2 Process information by
appropriately
-/ts/,/ng/
b. skimming and scanning
2.0
for specific information and
Information iv. Expressing thanks and responding Vocabulary
idea.
appropriately
Refer to word list
Monthly Test 2

v. Apologizing for mistake or when


one has hunt or offended someone and
writing a short note of apology

33

Discussing the sentences pattern


of the language functions
-Writing sentences
-Making Enquires
And to play some

Graphic Novel:
The Boscombo Valley
Mystery

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own
words the graphic novel
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing element in a
graphic novel
c. explaining the message
the writer is trying to cover
d. Understanding other
people culture, tradition,
custom and belief.

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words using contextual
clues to the dictionary

1.Comprehension questions
2.Sequencing events
3.Connecting error

Level 2
iv. Giving sequence if event
iv. Talking the about the time the
story took place

4.Identify setting and events


5.Identifying character traits

Level 3
C. Talking about the theme
Xii talking about the message the
writer is putting across

6.Role play
7.World maze
8.Identify review

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginative
a. dramatizing test and role
playing character
b. retelling the poem from
different point of view
c. composing simple poem.

Level 1
1.Acting out section to other

9.Writing a TV review

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another forum
Level 3
1. Composting simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable
learner.
Level 2
x. Saying what one thinks about the
poet
Level 3
Xii: talking about the message n poem
Level 1
ii. Reading
understands

the

poem

as

one

Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems at a level
suitable to learners.

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10.Writing a letter
11.Post-reading activities
changing ending of graphic
novel, creating a wanted poster
-Discussing the messages in the
poem
-composing a simple poem ( A
Place of Paradise )

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Health
A Lifelong Journey

30th 3rd *Wk 29


August -Monthly tests 2
corrections.

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6th Augt 10th Augt

Sciences and technology


Deep impact

2.3.Obtain goods and service 1.0 Interpersonal Level 1


by
i. Asking for the price of goods
a. Making equipment
ii. Starting whether the price is
b. ordering goods and
agreeable or too high
service.
iv. Making enquiries about product
v.Placing an order
2.3 Present information by 2.0 Informational
c. composing , revising band
Level 2
editing and checking
iv. Expanding notes and outlines
accuracy of spelling and
punctuation and grammar
Level 3
iii. Retelling the poem in ones own
3.1 Listen to read view an
works
respond to literary works by
a. Understanding and telling
in ones won words the
poem read
3.0
2nd Midterm Break
Aesthetic
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendship by
c. exhanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest
2.1 obtain information for
different purpose by
a. Listening to spoken text
such as talks, speeches and
from other multimedia
sources
b. reading materials is such
as articles in print and in
electronic media

Grammar
-Ordering food
-verbs (Modals): can,
must
-creating a healthy menu
Sound system
-/ae/,/e/

-answering comprehension
question

Vocabulary
Refer to word list

-writing sentences
-blank filing activity
Carrying out a project work:
Preparing a menu
-Reciting a poem

1.o
Level
Grammar
-Talking about the use of the
Interpersonal x. reading articles, etc and discussing -figurative language: computer
point of interest with friends
Proverbs
-Debating
Level 1
-Homonyms:
i. listening to and understanding a
Homographs
-writing e-mails
variety of texts of suitable length
-Verbs: Special finites -reading texts
level 2
or modals will to
ii.nothing important details
affirm
-rearranging words
iv. Finding more details in simple text
-Nouns
-Matching meanings to proverbs
2.0
Level 2
Concrete nouns
Informational ii .Expanding notes and outlines
-Blank filling activity
Sound system
-/a/,/^/
-Reciting poem

2.2 process information by


b. extracring the main ideas
and supporting details

Vocabulary
Refer to word list

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by

35

-Doing a puzzle

a. Writing using appropriate


format and convention

33
13th -17th

Augt

34
20th Augt
24th Augt

Sciences and Technology 1.1 Make friends and keep 1.0 Interpersonal Level
As Good As It Gets
friendship by
x. reading articles, etc. and discussing
c. exchanging ideas and
point of interest with friends
giving opinions on topics of
interest
level 1
i. listening to and understanding a
2.1Obtain information for
variety of texts of suitable length
different purpose by
2.0 Informational
a. Listening to spoken texts
level 2
such as talk speeches and
ii. scanning for certain details
from other multimedia
sources
level 3
vii. Expanding notes and outlines
2.2 Process information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
level 3
ideas
vii .making simple predictions as to
what might happen next
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
3.0
a. Writing using appropriate
Aesthetic
format and convention
3.1 listen to read, view and
respond to literary works by
b. recognizing elements in
the story

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36

Grammar
-Obtaining information form
-Figurative language: spoken texts
Similes
-predicting outcomes
-Verbs, simple Past
Tense
-answering comprehension
question
-Homonyms:
Homograph
Finding information about
inventors from the internet
Sound system
-vowels; long and
Underlining correct words
short
/l/,/l/
Playing a game
Vocabulary
Refer to word list

Blank filling activities


Reading a story

Graphic Novel
The Boscombo Valley
Mystery

3.1 Listen to read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling
ones own
words the graphic novel
heard or read, give ones
opinion of the text
b. recognizing element in a
graphic novel
c. explaining the message
the writer is trying to cover
d. Understanding other
people culture, tradition,
custom and belief.

3.0
Aesthetic

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words using contextual
clues to the dictionary

1.Comprehension questions
2.Sequencing events
3.Connecting error

Level 2
iv. Giving sequence if event
iv. Talking the about the time the
story took place

4.Identify setting and events


5.Identifying character traits

Level 3
c. Talking about the theme
Xii talking about the message the
writer is putting across

6.Role play
7.World maze
8.Identify review

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginative
a. dramatizing test and role
playing character
b. retelling the poem from
different point of view
c. composing simple poem.

Level 1
1.Acting out section to other

9.Writing a TV review

Level 2
1.Changing the text to another forum
Level 3
1. Composting simple poems stories
and dialogue at a level suitable
learner.
Level 2
x. Saying what one thinks about the
poet
Level 3
Xii: talking about the message n poem
Level 1
ii. Reading
understands

the

poem

as

one

Level 3
iv. Composing simple poems at a level
suitable to learners.

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10.Writing a letter
11.Post-reading activities
changing ending of graphic
novel, creating a wanted poster
-Discussing the messages in the
poem
-composing a simple poem ( A
Place of Paradise )

WEEK

35
27th -31st
Augt

THEME/
TOPIC
Science and Technology
A test of time

LEARNING OUTCOMES
1.2 take part in social
interaction by
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purpose by
a. Listening to spoken text
such as talks speeches and
from other multimedia
resources
2.2 process information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
2.3Present information by
c. composing , revising and
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling
punctuation and grammar

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1.0
Level
Grammar
-Finding information in texts
Interpersonal x. reading articles, etc and discussing -Prepositions
point of interest with friends and
Phrasal verbs
-Reading text
saying what one thinks about the ideas
on the articles
-Pronouns
Blank filling activity
Referring back
Level 1
Answering comprehension
i. listening to and understanding a
Verbs: Present
question
variety of texts of suitable length
Continuous Tense,
Future Tense
Writing a story based in pictures
level 2
2.0
ii. Nothing important details
Sound System
Matching sentences
Informational ix. Finding more details in simple
-Vowel: long and short
/ae/,/e/
Completing sentences
Level 3
Vii. writing recounts
Vocabulary
Refer to the word list

3.0
Aesthetic

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and Imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and roleplaying characters.

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WEEK

36
3rd Sept 7th
Sept

THEME/
TOPIC
Science and Technology
A test of time

LEARNING OUTCOMES
1.2 take part in social
interaction. participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purpose by
a. Listening to spoken text
such as talks speeches and
from other multimedia
resources
2.2 process information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

ACTIVITIES

1.0
Level
Grammar
-Finding information in texts
Interpersonal x. reading articles, etc and discussing -Prepositions
point of interest with friends and
Phrasal verbs
-Reading text
saying what one thinks about the ideas
on the articles
-Pronouns
Blank filling activity
Referring back
Level 1
Answering comprehension
i. listening to and understanding a
Verbs: Present
question
variety of texts of suitable length
Continuous Tense,
Future Tense
Writing a story based in pictures
level 2
2.0
ii. Nothing important details
Sound System
Matching sentences
Informational ix. Finding more details in simple
-Vowel: long and short
/ae/,/e/
Completing sentences
Level 3
Vii. writing recounts
Vocabulary
Refer to the word list

2.3Present information by
c. composing , revising and
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling
punctuation and grammar
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and Imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and roleplaying characters.

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

3.0
Aesthetic

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WEEK

37
10th Sept
14th Sept

THEME/
TOPIC
Science and Technology
A test of time

LEARNING OUTCOMES
1.2 take part in social
interaction by
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purpose by
a. Listening to spoken text
such as talks speeches and
from other multimedia
resources
2.2 process information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
2.3Present information by
c. composing , revising and
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling
punctuation and grammar

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1.0
Level
Grammar
-Finding information in texts
Interpersonal x. reading articles, etc and discussing -Prepositions
point of interest with friends and
Phrasal verbs
-Reading text
saying what one thinks about the ideas
on the articles
-Pronouns
Blank filling activity
Referring back
Level 1
Answering comprehension
i. listening to and understanding a
Verbs: Present
question
variety of texts of suitable length
Continuous Tense,
Future Tense
Writing a story based in pictures
level 2
2.0
ii. Nothing important details
Sound System
Matching sentences
Informational ix. Finding more details in simple
-Vowel: long and short
/ae/,/e/
Completing sentences
Level 3
Vii. writing recounts
Vocabulary
Refer to the word list

3.0
Aesthetic

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and Imaginatively
by
a. dramatizing text and roleplaying characters.

40

WEEK

THEME/
LEARNING OUTCOMES
DOMAIN
SPECIFICATIONS
TOPIC
Sciences and Technology 1.1 Make friends and keep 1.0 Interpersonal Level
38
As Good As It Gets
friendship by
x. reading articles, etc. and discussing
c. exchanging ideas and
point of interest with friends
17th 21st
giving opinions on topics of
Sept
interest
level 1
i. listening to and understanding a
2.1Obtain information for
variety of texts of suitable length
different purpose by
2.0 Informational
a. Listening to spoken texts
level 2
such as talk speeches and
ii. scanning for certain details
from other multimedia
sources
level 3
vii. Expanding notes and outlines
2.2 Process information by
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
level 3
ideas
vii .making simple predictions as to
what might happen next
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
3.0
a. Writing using appropriate
Aesthetic
format and convention
3.1 listen to read, view and
respond to literary works by
b. recognizing elements in
the story
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24th 28th
Sept

EXAMINATION 3

40
REVISION
1st Oct 5th
Oct

41

LANGUAGE
ACTIVITIES
CONTENT
Grammar
-Obtaining information form
-Figurative language: spoken texts
Similes
-predicting outcomes
-Verbs, simple Past
Tense
-answering comprehension
question
-Homonyms:
Homograph
Finding information about
inventors from the internet
Sound system
-vowels; long and
Underlining correct words
short
/l/,/l/
Playing a game
Vocabulary
Refer to word list

Blank filling activities


Reading a story

WEEK

THEME/
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

41
8th Oct 12th Oct

REVISION

42
REVISION
15th Oct
19th Oct

43
EXAMINATION 4
22nd Oct
26th Oct

44
DISCUSSION ON EXAMINATION PAPER
29th Oct
2nd Nov
45
5th Nov
9th Nov

DISCUSSION ON EXAMINATION PAPER

42

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES