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ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2011

LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR SOUND EDUCATIONAL


CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE AESTHETIC USE SYSTEM EMPHASES

9 Jan – 13 Jan ORIENTATION WEEK

16 Jan – 26 May Modul Khas Program Khas Ulul Albab

1 Introducing oneself Listening - note important Reciting poems Wh- questions 'p' Thinking skills
Talking about interests and details Rhyme in poems Simple sentences 'b' ICT skills
hobbies Reading - Scan for details, Verbs _ tenses
PEOPLE : Asking questions politely and use the dictionary to find Simple present Values
OUR FRIENDS responding meaning, identify supporting tense . faithfulness
Talking about friends and family details Simple past tense . loyalty
2 Talking about feelings and Listening -find more details Talking about values found . friendship
experience Reading-find more details in the text
3 Reading e-mail - discuss points Process writing - write a
of interest and give opinions paragraph about friends
PEOPLE : 1 Inviting and welcoming friends Listening-note important Finding meanings of words Simple present 'd' Thinking skills
FOREVER Accepting and declining details by using contextual clues tense 't' MI
FRIENDS invitations Reading - scan details Personal and Preparation for the
Talking about friends and family possessive real worlds
Expressing thanks and pronouns
responding appropriately; Possessive
apologising adjectives
DURATION : 2 Writing short messages to Listening - find more details Figurative
13 Jun – 16 Jun friends Reading - Identify main ideas, language-proverbs
supporting details
3 Reading - discuss points of Reading - give reasons; draw Understanding figurative
interest and give opinions conclusions language-proverbs
Process writing - write
messages
1 Talking about interests Listening - note important Finding meaning of words Simple present Short 'I' Thinking skills
Talking about health details by using contextual clues tense Long 'e' Knowledge
HEALTH : Reading - tell what the text is Simple sentence acquisition
about; scan for details; use Positive Preparation for the
BE HEALTHY AND dictionary statements real world
STRONG 2 Writing a paragraph on Listening- find more details Negative
preferences - students' favourite Reading - identify main ideas statements
DURATION : food and supporting details Punctuation
19 Jun – 23 Jun 3 Reading an article-discuss points Process writing skills - write a Understanding figurative Figurative
of interest and give opinions paragraph on food language - similes language - similes

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LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR SOUND EDUCATIONAL


CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE AESTHETIC USE SYSTEM EMPHASES
1 Talking about everyday Listening - note details; Reciting a poem Simple present Contractions Thinking skills
activities follow sequence of ideas tense . can't ICT skills
SOCIAL ISSUES : Talking about what one Reading - scan for details; use Concord . won't
HOME SWEET shouldn't or mustn't do the dictionary Verbs-contracted . isn't Values
HOME Giving instructions in a poster Writing simple instructions forms . wasn't . gratitude
2 Discussing plans and rules Listening - find more details Making simple predictions Special finites or . filial piety
DURATION : Reading - identify main ideas; Relating characters and modals
26 Jun – 28 Jun use contextual clues actions to one's life
3 Reading Web page - discuss Process writing - write
points of interest instructions
1 Talking about things Listening - note details Reciting poems Singular and Plural endings: Thinking skills
Writing shopping lists Reading- scan for details plural nouns 's' Preparation for the
TECHNOLOGY : 2 Reading- identify main ideas Relating events and values Spelling rules for 'z' real world
TECHNOLOGY and important details, use the poem to one's life regular and 'iz'
AROUND US contextual clues, identify base irregular plurals 'aiz'
words Articles- a, an, the
DURATION : 3 Reading an advertisement- Process writing - describe a Figurative
29 July – 30 July discuss points of interest and product language-proverbs
give opinions
1 Talking about plats and flowers Listening - note important Reciting a poem Conjunction 'and' Thinking skills
Talking about what we should details Retelling the poem in one's to link two ideas 'ng' ICT skills
ENVIRONMENT : and should not do in parks, and Reading- use the dictionary, own words Special finites or MI
OUR BEAUTIFUL writing simple instructions build new words from given Using a dictionary to find modals-'should'
ENVIRONMENT Talking about activities word the meaning of words and 'should not'
2 Reading - identify main ideas Saying what one thinks of Present continuous
and supporting details the poem tense
Changing the poem to a
drawing
DURATION : 3 Writing short e-mail messages Reading- give reasons Understanding figurative
3 July – 7 July Reading- discuss points of Process writing - write language- images
interest and give opinions descriptions of trees

1 Describing a friend's qualities Listening - note details Adjectives for 'th' Thinking skills
Asking 'Yes-No' questions and Reading- scan for details; describing voiced, MI
SOCIAL ISSUES : responding to such questions understand word formation; character and voiceless Preparation for the
use dictionary appearance real world
HAPPY AT 2 Listening - find more details; Talking about characters in Prefixes - 'un', 'in',
SCHOOL identify main ideas the story and writing brief 'im' and 'dis' to
Reading- identify main ideas descriptions saying what show 'not'
and supporting details one thinks of a character Adverbs of
3 Reading a quiz - discuss points Reading - give reasons manner
DURATION: of interest and give opinions Process writing- write a Yes-No questions
10 July – 14 July Reading a letter paragraph on past activities
Writing recounts of activities

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LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR SOUND EDUCATIONAL


CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE AESTHETIC USE SYSTEM EMPHASES
1 Giving and following Listening - draw a route on a Using dictionary to find Simple present 'k' Thinking skills
instructions map the meaning of words tense for 'g' MI
SOCIAL ISSUES : Adding more details to show Drawing directions and Acting out sections of a instructions and Knowledge
locations explaining them text directions acquisition
RIGHT ON TRACK Giving advice and instructions Reading- group words Prepositions of Preparation for the
Writing simple instructions according to categories place and direction real world
2 Reading to identify main Describing characters in a
ideas and supporting details story
Relating characters to one's
DURATION : life
17 July – 21 July 3 Reading and discussing road Reading - give reasons
signs Process writing- draw a
Reading a set of instructions and pictorial map and write
discussing safety tips directions

LITERATURE COMPONENT
Jan - July POEM : MR NOBODY
- Synopsis
- Elements of the poem
- Skill –based practices

POEM : THE RIVER BY VALERIE BLOOM


- Synopsis
- Elements of the poem
- Skill –based practices

SHORT STORY : FLIPPING FANTASTIC BY JANE LANGFORD


- About the author
- Synopsis
- Elements of the novel
- Skill-based practices

24 July – 28 July MID YEAR EXAMINATION

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LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR SOUND EDUCATIONAL


CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE AESTHETIC USE SYSTEM EMPHASES
1 Talking about holidays Listening - note details; Retelling the story in a Simple past tense 'sh' Thinking skills
Talking about past activities follow sequence of ideas correct sequence Regular and 's' Learning how to
Asking questions to get Reading- scan for details irregular verbs 'z' learn
PEOPLE : information, and responding. Listening - note important Time, place 'j' MI
SPENDING TIME Giving instructions details; follow sequence expressions 'ch' Preparation for the
WITH MY FAMILY Making choices Reading - scan for details Prepositions of real world
Talking about exercise and Writing plans place, time and
games directions
2 Writing short messages to Reading - identify main ideas Give the sequence of Simple present
friends and supporting details events in a story tense for
HEALTH : Making simple predictions instructions
Giving the sequence of Sequence
GET FIT - GO FOR events connectors
IT Making simple predictions
Saying what one thinks of
the text
3 Writing simple letters Reading - identify cause and
DURATION : Writing recounts of effect; give reasons
experiences Process writing - write
31 July – 4 Aug Writing simple letters to family recounts of experiences
members Reading - draw conclusions
Reading notes on exercises - Process writing - write plans,
discuss points of interest and and announcements
give opinions
1 Asking questions politely and Listening- note details to Reciting a poem 'Why' questions 'f' Thinking skills
responding appropriately support main ideas Adjectives - 'v' Learning How to
TECHNOLOGY : Reading- scan for details comparison Learn
PUTTING Group words according to MI
TECHNOLOGY TO categories Knowledge
WORK 2 Asking questions to clarify and Listening - find more details Writing a paragraph to tell Acquisition
responding appropriately Reading - identify base what the poem is about Preparation for the
Giving details to support main words, identify supporting real world
ideas details
Making comparisons
3 Reading a dialogue, discuss Reading - make simple Talking about themes in
DURATION : points of interest and give predictions, give reasons poems
7 Aug – 11 Aug opinions Process writing - gathering Composing simple poems
information to write an article
1 Talking about plans Listening - note important Talking about setting in a Future tense Short 'e' Thinking skills
PEOPLE : Requesting and offering help details story Using 'will' Long 'a' Learning How to
Making telephone calls to get Reading - scan for details; . to affirm Learn
PLANNING A TRIP information follow sequence of ideas . to request ICT skills
2 Discuss plans with others to go Listening-identify main ideas Talking about values Values
somewhere and to do and details Telling how events, . respect for customs
DURATION : something Reading- identify main ideas characters and values are Preparation for the
14 Aug – 18 Aug and supporting details; use similar to one's life real world
contextual clues for meaning Giving one's opinions

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3 Writing simple letters to Reading - make simple Talking about the message
friends predictions of outcomes; give
Writing out plans for others to reasons
follow Process writing - write plans
for a trip
LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR SOUND EDUCATIONAL
CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE AESTHETIC USE SYSTEM EMPHASES
1 Asking for the price of goods, Listening - note important Reciting a poem Countable and 'w' Thinking skills
stating whether the price is details uncountable nouns 'y' Values and
COMPASSION AND agreeable or too high Reading- scan for details; Regular plurals citizenship
MENTAL follow sequence of ideas Phrasal quantifiers MI
CLEANLINESS : 2 Discussing plans for a party Listening - find more details Talking about setting in 'Each' as an Preparation for the
Making enquiries to get Reading - identify main ideas poems adjective real world
CARING AND information and responding and supporting details; Giving one's opinions and
SHARING appropriately identify words that associate interpretation of the poem
Making enquiries about a wit other words Relating the setting to
product one's life
Placing orders
3 Completing an order form Reading- draw obvious
DURATION : Writing a magazine article conclusions in simple texts
21 Aug – 25 Aug Process writing - write
recounts

26 Aug – 3 Sept MID YEAR TERM BREAK 2


1 Giving and following Listening - note important Retelling a story Simple present Homophones Thinking skills
TECHNOLOGY: instructions for procedures details; follow sequence of tense for Homographs Knowledge
ideas instructions acquisition
SUCCESS Reading - scan for details; Sequence markers ICT skills
THROUGH TEAM follow sequence of ideas; use Article - 'the' Values
EFFORT the dictionary to find meaning
2 Talking about plans for a Listening- find more details Talking about setting
project Reading - understand non-
linear texts
3 Writing out plans for others to Reading - make predictions; Talking about message
DURATION : follow identify cause and effect;
draw conclusions
4 Sept – 8 Sept Process writing - write plans
for a project

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LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR SOUND EDUCATIONAL


CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE AESTHETIC USE SYSTEM EMPHASES
1 Responding appropriately to Listening - note important Article 'the' 'm' Thinking skills
SOCIAL ISSUES : questions details Phrasal verbs 'n' ICT skills
Reading - scan for details Conditional Values
TAKE PART-TAKE Writing and presenting plans clauses . being thankful
CHARGE 2 Talking about future plans to Listening - find more details Talking about values found Future tense . being hardworking
solve problems Reading - identify main ideas in the text Wh questions MI
and supporting details;
identify base words
DURATION : 3 Reading a notice and discussing Reading- give reasons Talking about message
11 Sept – 15 Sept points of interest Process writing - write plans Composing simple stories
for a calendar
1 Asking simple questions politely Listening - note important Retelling the verses Adjectives- 'l' Thinking skills
VALUES : to get information and details comparatives and 'h' ICT skills
responding appropriately Reading - scan for details superlatives 'u' Values and
HAPPY TO BE Talking about festivals Collective nouns 'a' citizenship
MALAYSIANS 2 Writing short Web messages Listening - find more details Talking about songs- Gender Knowledge
Reading- find meaning using feelings and values acquisition
DURATION : contextual clues
18 Sept – 22 Sept 3 Reading a dialogue - discuss Reading - give reasons; draw Composing simple verses
points of interest and give conclusions
opinions Process writing - design a
Web page and write messages

LITERATURE COMPONENT
GRAPHIC NOVEL : JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH
June - October - About the author
- Synopsis
- Elements of the novel
- Skill-based practices

SHORT STORY : FLIPPING FANTASTIC BY JANE LANGFORD


- About the author
- Synopsis
- Elements of the novel
- Skill-based practices

REVISION FOR EXAMINATION


25 Sept - 27 Oct
FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION
30 Oct – 3 Nov

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