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Scheme of Work for Phonics
Primary Year 1
Scheme of Work for Phonics
Year 1 English

Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics


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Glossary of key terms in Year 1 Curriculum Framework 3

Differentiation strategies 6

Formative assessment 11

Scheme of Work 12

Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics


The Scheme of Work for Phonics is a prerequisite for the Year 1 Scheme of Work. Teachers are required to carry out the Phonics lessons before
carrying out the lessons from the Year 1 Scheme of Work. However, teachers are encouraged to consolidate Phonics teaching and learning
throughout the year.

Glossary of terms in Year 1 curriculum framework

Page in Term in Year 1 curriculum framework Meaning


curriculum
framework
2 Listening 1.1.1 a limited range of high frequency target language phonemes
Recognise and reproduce with support a limited range of high These are the phonemes in the phonics table shown in the phonics table
frequency target language phonemes on p2 of the syllabus.

A range of target language phonemes in Year 1 means a suitable variety


of phonemes from the phonics table, based on the teacher’s judgment of
how well the pupils they teach can read.

3 Listening 1.2 a variety of familiar contexts


Understand meaning in a variety of familiar contexts Familiar contexts are ones which pupils know. Examples include contexts
linked to topics covered in the Superminds 1 textbook, such as friends
and family, school, and food.

However, pupils in rural or remote areas and pupils who live in cities may
be familiar with different contexts. Teachers should use thier own
judgment here.

3 Listening 1.2.1 very simple phrases and sentences


Understand with support the main idea of very simple phrases and Very simple phrases and sentences are simple in structure. They are
sentences short, and contain just one clause, (e.g. I’m seven; She can swim, He’s
got 2 sisters). The ideas they contain are easy for pupils to understand
See also (e.g. They live in Kuching, I like bananas)
 Listening 1.2.2 p 4
 Reading 3.2.1 p 21
 Reading 3.2.2 p 22

5 Listening 1.2.3 very short simple narratives


Understand with a high degree of support very short simple Very short narratives are stories which are usually not more than 6 lines
narratives long. The simple narratives contain language and ideas which pupils can
understand.

Teachers should use their own judgment on very short simple narratives,
based on the level and interest of the pupils they teach.
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9 Speaking 2.1 simple information
Communicate simple information intelligibly Simple information is frequent, everyday information which is simple
cognitively. Examples include pupils saying their name and age, talk
about their home, or saying what they like. Superminds 1 provides
frequent opportunities for pupils to communicate simple information.

9 Speaking 2.1.1 fixed phrases


Give very basic personal information using fixed phrases Fixed phrases are useful phrases for communication which pupils can
understand and use to communicate successfully. Often the language in
See also the fixed phrases is above their general language level. Here are some
 Speaking 2.1.2 p 10 examples: It’s my turn, Good idea! No problem! There are many fixed
 Speaking 2.1.4 p 12 phrases in Superminds 1.
 Speaking 2.3.1 p 16
 Writing 4.2.1 p 28
 Writing 4.2.2 p 29

17 Reading 3.1 linear and non-linear texts


Recognise words in linear and non-linear texts by using knowledge of Linear texts contain only words, Pupils usually read their content in the
sounds of letters sequence in which it appears on the page. Examples of linear texts
include: dialogues, stories and descriptions.

See also Non-linear texts combine words and pictures. They involve a different
 Reading 3.2 p21-24 kind of reading from linear texts, as pupils may move between the words
and the pictures as they read, not always in a sequence.
Examples of non-linear texts include graphs, diagrams, and some
computer games.

25 Reading 3.3.1 digital games


Read and enjoy simple print and digital games at word level Digital games are language games children play on language learning
DVD ROMs, CD ROMS, or websites.

28 Writing 4.2 basic information


Communicate basic information intelligibly for a range of purposes Basic information means the same as simple information (see Speaking
in print and digital media 2.1 above).

a range of purposes
The range of purposes is described in the learning standards for Years 1-
6. These purposes involve finding out about and giving personal details
and opinions.

34 Writing 4.3.2 familiar high frequency words


Spell familiar high frequency words accurately
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High frequency words are words which pupils use often in Year 1
writing, such as colours, numbers, and classroom objects. Teachers
should use their own judgment on familiar high frequency words,
according to words pupils write often in their lessons.

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Differentiation strategies for Year 1 pupils

Strategy 1: Differentiate by the task pupils are given


If teachers are using the same task for the whole class, using open-ended tasks such as brainstorming allows a large number of correct responses.
Open-ended tasks (e.g. Tell me the food words you know, or What will happen next?) allow more proficient pupils to contribute with more unusual
words, more complex language, or more original ideas. Sometimes, the teacher can also give different tasks to more proficient and less proficient
groups of pupils according to their needs and interests: see strategy 5 for more on this.

Strategy 2: Differentiate by the type and amount of support provided


The teacher can support pupils to understand and use language with:
 their own teacher talk (e.g. “It begins with B. You read it. It’s on the desk.”)
 with gestures
 with visuals (e.g. flashcards on the board to help pupils understand or use vocabulary,
 with written words (e.g. written words on a worksheet to help pupils with spelling)

Different types and amount of support can be given to less proficient pupils, depending on their needs, and these can provide extra challenge for more
proficient pupils.

Strategy 3: Differentiate by the outcome expected from pupils


The teacher may expect more language from some pupils, and less from others. The main aim is that every pupil to says or writes something, so that
they feel successful. Two useful strategies here are:

 Compulsory plus optional


 Remember and share.

i) Compulsory plus optional


Here, the teacher sets pupils targets such as With your partner, write 2 sentences or more, or In your group, say 3 colours or more. The minimum
target (2 sentences, 3 colours) is compulsory, and everyone needs to achieve this to be successful. But the ‘or more’ is optional, and gives a chance
for stronger language pupils to challenge themselves. Some pupils will stop at the minimum target at first, but with more practice, they will soon get
the idea of going beyond the minimum target.

ii) Remember and share

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If pupils are asked to remember and share, they have to tell the teacher words or ideas they learned in a previous lesson or task. (e.g. Look at the
classroom objects on my table. In one minute, I’ll cover them… Now, share with your group what you remember and then tell me). Sometimes, less
proficient pupils have good memories, and so this task also allows different pupils to make successful contributions.

Strategy 4: Differentiate by the time pupils are given to complete a task.


Some pupils need longer than others to complete tasks, especially when writing is involved. When it’s appropriate, these pupils should be given a little
more time to finish, and extra tasks for pupils who complete the task early should be provided (e.g. Write as many animal words as you can; Name the
things in this picture in the textbook; Talk with your friend in English: You choose what to talk about). Rewarding fast finishers with something ‘fun’ to do
(such as playing with toys or drawing a picture) should be avoided, as this will encourage pupils to work quickly, rather than to work carefully at their
own speed. Extra tasks should extend and enrich learning.

Strategy 5: Differentiate by supporting individual learning preferences and needs


When appropriate, teachers can support preferences by letting pupils make choices about what they do and how they do it. Sometimes, for example,
pupils decide for themselves which tasks they want to do (e.g. the gestures they create for an action song, or a revision game), depending on the ways
they prefer to learn (for example visually, through speaking or listening or through movement).

Different pairings and groupings will allow pupils to work in different ways - teachers can sometimes pair up pupils who can help and support each other
(e.g. one who can write and one who cannot yet write well) or who enjoy working together. Sometimes teachers might want to mix girls and boys, or
have single-sex pairs/groups. In some tasks, pupils can be assigned different roles to do, for example a group manager, writer or artist. Teachers
should make sure to vary pairing and grouping over time.

Teachers can support needs by setting individual tasks and targets for pupils based on your assessment. For example, if a number of pupils are not
able to read well yet, a teacher might decide on a Reading target for each child, and provide them with different tasks from those pupils who can already
read. If a few pupils are proficient readers, they could be given extra tasks. It should be noted that the Schemes of Work for Primary Year 1 and 2 give
recommendations for less proficient readers to be given support during some reading lessons.

Strategy 6: Differentiate by the types of question asked


Closed questions are questions in which the choice of possible answers is very limited. They often involve very short responses. Open questions
usually have more possible answers, and longer responses. Asking closed questions to less proficient pupils (e.g. Which boy is Thunder? Is it a dog or
a cat?) gives them a chance to produce accurate answers, as they are usually easier to answer than open questions. Asking open questions to more
proficient pupils (e.g. What can Misty do now?) provides extra challenge. As less proficient pupils grow in confidence and competence, teachers can

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ask them more open questions. Sometimes there are also good reasons for asking more proficient pupils easier questions, as this involves them in the
lesson and helps the pace of the lesson.

Strategy 7: Differentiate by the feedback given


Feedback given to pupils should be varied according to their ability to act on the feedback. For example, if a pupil who is weak at writing has tried hard
and produces work with a number of misspellings, feedback can be given on what they did well, and only one 2 or 3 misspellings of common or
important words highlighted. The pupil should respond to this feedback because the suggested improvement is achievable for them. If a stronger pupil
writes well and makes 2 misspellings, the teacher can tell them the lines in which the misspellings are, and ask them to find and correct them. The pupil
should be able to respond to the extra challenge built in to this feedback. The same principle applies to giving feedback on pupils’ Speaking.

Pupils with pre-and low-level literacy skills


Some pupils are already literate when they begin Year 1, whereas others may not yet be literate or may be just learning to read. Within the Scheme of
Work, reading and writing skills are developed in different ways and pupils’ literacy skills will be developed through the activities and lessons outlined in
the Scheme of Work, both in the textbook and non-textbook lessons as the relevant content and learning standards are given adequate attention for
pupils who are developing literacy skills.

However, pre-literate pupils or those with low-level literacy skills will need extra support. It is recommended that teachers select relevant material from
LINUS, Literasi Bahasa Inggeris (LBI) Pupil’s Modules 1 and 2 (Second Edition) as supplementary to reading and writing lessons where indicated in the
Scheme of Work in the Differentiation column.

Note the following Content and Learning Standards which develop these skills:
1. Content Standard
Listening 1.1
Recognise and reproduce target language sounds

Learning Standard
Listening 1.1.1
Recognise and reproduce with support a limited range of high frequency target language phonemes

2. Content Standard
Reading 3.1
Recognise words in linear and non-linear texts by using knowledge of sounds and letters

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Learning Standard
Reading 3.1.1
Identify and recognise the shapes of the letters of the alphabet

Reading 3.1.2
Recognise and sound out with support beginning, medial and final sounds in a word

Reading 3.1.3
Blend phonemes (CVC, CCVC)

Reading 3.1.4
Segment phonemes (CVC, CCVC)

For pupils who are also working on fine motor skills involved in pre-writing skills, these skills will need to be addressed from the beginning of Year 1.
They are not otherwise covered in the Scheme of Work. Suggestion for this is also indicated in the Differentiation column, where appropriate.

Note the following Content and Learning Standards which develop these skills:
Content Standard
Writing 4.1:
Form letters and words in neat legible print using cursive writing

Learning Standard
Writing 4.1.1
i) Demonstrate fine motor control of hands by using pen or pencil correctly
ii) Demonstrate correct posture and pen hold grip
iii) Develop hand-eye coordination through drawing lines

Writing 4.1.2
i) Form upper and lower case letters of regular size and shape
ii) Write letters and words in a straight line from left to right with regular spaces between words and spaces
iii) Copy letters and familiar high frequency words and phrases correctly

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Formative Assessment

Formative Assessment involves teachers in identifying pupils’ strengths and weaknesses as language learners, and in communicating this information
clearly to pupils through feedback.

As formative assessment involves clear communication with pupils, effective formative assessment is therefore also informative. Formative
assessment of Listening or Reading may involve talking with pupils about different listening and reading strategies they can use. Some of this
discussion may be in L1, as the focus is on learning, not on language performance. Formative assessment of Speaking, may involve highlighting how
well a pupil has communicated a message, as well as some explicit or implicit correction of pronunciation, vocabulary or grammar. The picture is
similar with formative assessment of Writing, with spelling and punctuation replacing pronunciation.

There are five common ways of collecting information and learning to understand what pupils have done well, and what they need to improve:

1. observing pupils in class


2. reading and marking their written work
3. asking pupils about their learning: e.g. what they find easy and difficult, what task types and topics they enjoy
4. asking pupils to self or peer assess their work
5. testing pupils

Formative assessment also involves teachers in reflecting on the learning in a lesson in order to plan upcoming lessons effectively. This is of particular
value when considering the non-textbook lessons, where learning from the textbook can be reviewed and/or enriched.

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Primary Year 1 English Scheme of Work

LESSON: 1 (Listening 1)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Unit 1 Fun at the Beach, Unit 2 Annie, Ant and Axe, Unit 3 Tom and Pat, Unit 4 Pat the Pencil

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Row a.: /s/ (s), /æ/ (a), /t/ (t), /p/ (p)

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TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes Lesson delivery with the letters. After
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds that, they will learn how
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen and circle the mh4s9un3c any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of correct pictures 5. https://youtu.be/c- their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 4. Sing a song 2j3l7IHLc suggested pages.
of sounds of letters
3.1.2 Recognise and LINUS Module Book 1
sound out with support Post lesson Suggested pages:
beginning, medial and 1. Read the questions 1.1.1
final sounds in a word and answers (pair p. 9, 16, 21, 25
work)
3.1.3 Blend phonemes 2. Match the pictures 3.1.1, 3.1.2 , 3.1.3, 3.1.4
(CVC, CCVC) to the correct words p. 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21,
3. Wordsearch 22, 23(E), 25, 26, 28
3.1.4 Segment
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) *Choose any suitable KSSR Teacher’s
activities in the Guidebook English
learning outline for Language Year 1 by
your lesson BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

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LESSON: 2 (Listening 2)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories

TOPIC: Unit 5 Dilly’s Doughnut, Unit 6 Hush! Hush!, Unit 7 Who Breaks Mum’s Mug?, Unit 8 Dingo Dog and Daisy Duck
WEEK: _______________

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review: Row a.: /s/ (s), /æ/ (a), /t/ (t), /p/ (p)
Focus : Row b.: /ɪ/ (i), /n/ (n), /m/ (m), /d/ (d)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes Lesson delivery with the letters. After
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds that, they will learn how
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen and circle the mh4s9un3c any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of correct pictures 5. https://youtu.be/c- their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 4. Sing a song 2j3l7IHLc suggested pages.
of sounds of letters 5. Listen to the story
3.1.2 Recognise and and identify the LINUS Module Book 1
sound out with support relevant sound Suggested pages:
beginning, medial and 6. Recite a chant 1.1.1
final sounds in a word p. 30, 32, 33, 40, 41, 47,
48, 56, 57
3.1.3 Blend phonemes Post lesson
(CVC, CCVC) 1. Read the questions 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
and answers (pair p. 30, 34, 40, 42, 44, 47,
3.1.4 Segment work) 48, 56, 57, 60
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) 2. Read the text/story
and answer the KSSR Teacher’s
questions Guidebook English
3. Match the pictures Language Year 1 by
to the correct words BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
*Choose any suitable 147 for relevant activities
activities in the
learning outline for
your lesson

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LESSON: 3 (Listening 3)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories

TOPIC: Unit 9 Goat and Goose, Unit 10 O is for Orange, Unit 11 Cat and Kid
WEEK: _______________

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review: Row a.: /s/ (s), /æ/ (a), /t/ (t), /p/ (p)
Row b.: /ɪ/ (i), /n/ (n), /m/ (m), /d/ (d)

Focus : Row c.: /g/ (g), /ɒ/ (o), /k/ (c), /k/ (k)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes Lesson delivery with the letters. After
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds that, they will learn how
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen and circle the mh4s9un3c any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of correct pictures 5. https://youtu.be/c- their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 4. Sing a song 2j3l7IHLc suggested pages.
of sounds of letters 5. Recite a chant
3.1.2 Recognise and
sound out with support LINUS Module Book 1
beginning, medial and Post lesson Suggested pages:
final sounds in a word 1. Read the text/story 1.1.1
and answer the p. 70, 74, 75, 77, 79
3.1.3 Blend phonemes questions
(CVC, CCVC) 2. Match the pictures 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
to the correct words p. 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 70,
3.1.4 Segment 71, 74, 75, 77, 79
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) *Choose any suitable
activities in the KSSR Teacher’s
learning outline for Guidebook English
your lesson Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

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LESSON: 4 (Reading 1)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Reading

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends & World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 1-11

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 1-3

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Reading Reading Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
of sounds of letters 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK
3.1.2 Recognise and Lesson delivery
lZKpi1Zs
sound out with support 1. Read the text/story
beginning, medial and and answer the
3. https://www.youtube
final sounds in a word questions .com/watch?v=saF3-
2. Match the pictures f0XWAY
3.1.3 Blend phonemes to the correct words 4. https://youtu.be/zN
(CVC, CCVC) 3. Read the questions mh4s9un3c
and answers (pair 5. https://youtu.be/c-
3.1.4 Segment work) 2j3l7IHLc
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) 4. Wordsearch
LINUS Module Book 1
Units 1-4
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY Post lesson 3.1.1, 3.1.2 , 3.1.3, 3.1.4
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD 1. Tracing lines p. 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21,
Writing Writing 2. Tracing the letter 22, 23(E), 25, 26, 28
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 3. Write the words
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower 4. Fill in the blanks with 4.1.2
print using cursive writing case letters of regular the correct word p. 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15,
size and shape 5. Write the sentences 16, 20(H), 21, 24(G), 25,
6. Rearrange the 26(C), 28
ii) write letters and words phrases to form
in a straight line from left sentences Units 5-8
to right with regular 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
spaces between words *Choose any suitable p. 30, 34, 40, 42, 44, 47,
and spaces activities in the 48, 56, 57, 60
learning outline for
iii) copy letters and your lesson 4.1.2
familiar high frequency p. 30, 38, 40, 44, 47,
words and phrases 50(F), 56, 58, 60
correctly
Units 9-11
3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
p. 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 70,
71, 74, 75, 77, 79

4.1.2
p. 62, 63, 65(G), 66, 70,
72, 73(G), 74, 75, 76,
78(I)

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KSSR Teacher’s
Guidebook English
Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

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LESSON: 5 (Writing 1)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Writing

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 1-11

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 1-3

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TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Writing Writing Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
print using cursive writing case letters of regular XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
size and shape 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK
Lesson delivery
lZKpi1Zs
ii) write letters and words 1. Tracing lines
in a straight line from left 2. Tracing the letter
3. https://www.youtube
to right with regular 3. Write the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
spaces between words 4. Fill in the blanks with f0XWAY
and spaces the correct word 4. https://youtu.be/zN
5. Write the sentences mh4s9un3c
iii) copy letters and 6. Rearrange the 5. https://youtu.be/c-
familiar high frequency phrases to form 2j3l7IHLc
words and phrases sentences
correctly LINUS Module Book 1
Units 1-4
Post lesson 3.1.1, 3.1.2 , 3.1.3, 3.1.4
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 1. Read the text/story p. 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21,
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and answer the 22, 23(E), 25, 26, 28
Reading Reading questions
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 2. Match the pictures 4.1.2
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of to the correct words p. 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15,
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 3. Read the questions 16, 20(H), 21, 24(G), 25,
of sounds of letters and answers (pair 26(C), 28
3.1.2 Recognise and work)
sound out with support 4. Wordsearch Units 5-8
beginning, medial and 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
final sounds in a word *Choose any suitable p. 30, 34, 40, 42, 44, 47,
activities in the 48, 56, 57, 60
3.1.3 Blend phonemes learning outline for
(CVC, CCVC) your lesson 4.1.2
p. 30, 38, 40, 44, 47,
3.1.4 Segment 50(F), 56, 58, 60
phonemes (CVC, CCVC)
Units 9-11
3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
p. 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 70,
71, 74, 75, 77, 79

4.1.2
p. 62, 63, 65(G), 66, 70,
72, 73(G), 74, 75, 76,
78(I)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
KSSR Teacher’s
Guidebook English
Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

22
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 6 (Listening 4)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Unit 12 Jack at the Dock, Unit 13 Jen, Unit 14 Run, Duck! Run!, Unit 15 Ronnie the Runner

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Row d: /k/ (ck), /e/ (e), /ʌ/ (u), /r/ (r)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
Recognise and reproduce with support a Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK
language phonemes Lesson delivery
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen and circle the mh4s9un3c
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of correct pictures 5. https://youtu.be/c-
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 4. Sing a song 2j3l7IHLc
of sounds of letters 5. Recite a chant
3.1.2 Recognise and
sound out with support LINUS Module Book 1
beginning, medial and Post lesson Suggested pages:
final sounds in a word 1. Colour the words 1.1.1
with the relevant p. 82, 85, 86, 88, 91, 92,
3.1.3 Blend phonemes sounds 93, 97
(CVC, CCVC) 2. Read the text/story
and answer the 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
3.1.4 Segment questions p. 82, 84(E), 88, 89, 90,
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) 3. Match the pictures 91, 95(E), 97, 101
to the correct words
4. Role play a dialogue
KSSR Teacher’s
*Choose any suitable Guidebook English
activities in the Language Year 1 by
learning outline for BPK
your lesson p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

24
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 7 (Listening 5)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC: Unit 16 Happy Hadi, Unit 17 Ben and Bob, Unit 18 Felix Fox and Freddy Frog, Unit 19 Where am I?, Unit 20 Jess and Her Dress
WEEK: _______________

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review :
Row d: /k/ (ck), /e/ (e), /ʌ/ (u), /r/ (r)

Focus :
Row e: /h/ (h), /b/ (b), /f/ (f,ff), /l/ (l, ll), /s/ (ss)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes Lesson delivery with the letters. After
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds that, they will learn how
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen and circle the mh4s9un3c any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of correct pictures 5. https://youtu.be/c- their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 4. Sing a song 2j3l7IHLc suggested pages.
of sounds of letters 5. Recite a
3.1.2 Recognise and rhyme/chant LINUS Module Book 1
sound out with support Suggested pages:
beginning, medial and 1.1.1
final sounds in a word Post lesson p. 102, 104, 106, 107(C),
1. Match the pictures 111, 112, 113, 117, 118,
3.1.3 Blend phonemes to the correct words 122, 124
(CVC, CCVC) 2. Circle the words with
the correct sound 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
3.1.4 Segment p. 102, 103(C), 106, 107,
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) *Choose any suitable 108, 111, 117, 118, 124
activities in the
learning outline for KSSR Teacher’s
your lesson Guidebook English
Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

26
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 8 (Listening 6)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC: Unit 21 What Do You Like?, Unit 22 Wan’s Wig, Unit 23 Zox, Rex and Max
WEEK: _______________

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review :
Row d.: /k/ (ck), /e/ (e), /ʌ/ (u), /r/ (r)
Row e.: /h/ (h), /b/ (b), /f/ (f,ff), /l/ (l, ll), /s/ (ss)

Focus :
Row f.: /dʒ/ (j), /v/ (v), /w/ (w), /ks/ /gz/ (x)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes Lesson delivery with the letters. After
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds that, they will learn how
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen and circle the mh4s9un3c any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of correct pictures 5. https://youtu.be/c- their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 4. Recite a chant 2j3l7IHLc suggested pages.
of sounds of letters
3.1.2 Recognise and
sound out with support Post lesson LINUS Module Book 1
beginning, medial and 1. Read the questions Suggested pages:
final sounds in a word and answers (pair 1.1.1
work) p. 127, 128, 133, 137,
3.1.3 Blend phonemes 2. Match the pictures 141
(CVC, CCVC) to the correct words
3. Read the rhyme 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
3.1.4 Segment p. 127, 128, 129, 133,
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) *Choose any suitable 134, 135, 138, 142, 143
activities in the
learning outline for KSSR Teacher’s
your lesson Guidebook English
Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

28
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 9 (Reading 2)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Reading

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 12-23

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 6-8

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Reading Reading Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
of sounds of letters 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK
3.1.2 Recognise and Lesson delivery
lZKpi1Zs
sound out with support 1. Read the questions
beginning, medial and and answers (pair
3. https://www.youtube
final sounds in a word work) .com/watch?v=saF3-
2. Match the pictures f0XWAY
3.1.3 Blend phonemes to the correct words 4. https://youtu.be/zN
(CVC, CCVC) 3. Read the rhyme mh4s9un3c
4. Circle the words with 5. https://youtu.be/c-
3.1.4 Segment the correct sound 2j3l7IHLc
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) 5. Colour the words
with the relevant LINUS Module Book 1
sounds Suggested pages:
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 6. Read the text/story Unit 12-15
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and answer the 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
Writing Writing questions p. 82, 84(E), 88, 89, 90,
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 7. Role play a dialogue 91, 95(E), 97, 101
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower
print using cursive writing case letters of regular 4.1.2
size and shape Post lesson p. 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 91,
1. Tracing lines 94, 95, 97, 100, 101
ii) write letters and words 2. Tracing the letter
in a straight line from left 3. Write the words Units 16-20
to right with regular 4. Fill in the blanks with 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
spaces between words the correct word p. 102, 103(C), 106, 107,
and spaces 5. Write the sentences 108, 111, 117, 118, 124
6. Rearrange the
iii) copy letters and phrases to form 4.1.2
familiar high frequency sentences p. 102, 103, 106, 109,
words and phrases 111, 115, 117, 119, 120,
correctly *Choose any suitable 121, 123
activities in the
learning outline for Units 21-23
your lesson 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
p. 127, 128, 129, 133,
134, 135, 138, 142, 143

4.1.2
p. 127, 128, 130, 131,
132, 133, 136, 139, 140,
141
30
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
KSSR Teacher’s
Guidebook English
Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

31
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 10 (Writing 2)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Writing

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 12-23

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 6-8

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Writing Writing Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
print using cursive writing case letters of regular XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
size and shape 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK
Lesson delivery
lZKpi1Zs
ii) write letters and words 1. Read the questions
in a straight line from left and answers (pair
3. https://www.youtube
to right with regular work) .com/watch?v=saF3-
spaces between words 2. Match the pictures f0XWAY
and spaces to the correct words 4. https://youtu.be/zN
3. Read the rhyme mh4s9un3c
iii) copy letters and 4. Circle the words with 5. https://youtu.be/c-
familiar high frequency the correct sound 2j3l7IHLc
words and phrases 5. Colour the words
correctly with the relevant LINUS Module Book 1
sounds Suggested pages:
6. Read the text/story Unit 12-15
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY and answer the 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD questions p. 82, 84(E), 88, 89, 90,
Reading Reading 7. Role play a dialogue 91, 95(E), 97, 101
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of 4.1.2
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet Post lesson p. 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 91,
of sounds of letters 1. Tracing lines 94, 95, 97, 100, 101
3.1.2 Recognise and 2. Tracing the letter
sound out with support 3. Write the words Units 16-20
beginning, medial and 4. Fill in the blanks with 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
final sounds in a word the correct word p. 102, 103(C), 106, 107,
5. Write the sentences 108, 111, 117, 118, 124
3.1.3 Blend phonemes 6. Rearrange the
(CVC, CCVC) phrases to form 4.1.2
sentences p. 102, 103, 106, 109,
3.1.4 Segment 111, 115, 117, 119, 120,
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) *Choose any suitable 121, 123
activities in the
learning outline for Units 21-23
your lesson 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
p. 127, 128, 129, 133,
134, 135, 138, 142, 143

4.1.2
p. 127, 128, 130, 131,
132, 133, 136, 139, 140,
141
33
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
KSSR Teacher’s
Guidebook English
Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

34
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 11 (Listening 7)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Unit 24 Yaya and Yahya, Unit 25 Zuzu and Zimba, Unit 26 The Queen and the Chess

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Row g.: /j/ (y), /z/ (z, zz), /kw/ (qu)

35
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Sing the Phonics Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a Song (audio) 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes Lesson delivery with the letters. After
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds that, they will learn how
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen and circle the mh4s9un3c any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of correct pictures 5. https://youtu.be/c- their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 4. Listen to the story 2j3l7IHLc suggested pages.
of sounds of letters
3.1.2 Recognise and LINUS Module Book 1
sound out with support Post lesson Suggested pages:
beginning, medial and 1. Match the pictures 1.1.1
final sounds in a word to the correct words p. 141,147, 148, 151
2. Read the rhyme
3.1.3 Blend phonemes 3. Read the story 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
(CVC, CCVC) p. 142, 143, 145, 148,
149, 153(F), 154
3.1.4 Segment *Choose any suitable
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) activities in the KSSR Teacher’s
learning outline for Guidebook English
your lesson Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

36
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 12 (Listening 8)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Unit 26 The Queen and the Chess, Unit 27 Shelly’s Shopping Trip, Unit 28 Cathy has a Bag, Unit 29 The King’s Ring

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Row h.: /tʃ/ (ch), /ʃ/ (sh), /θ/ /ð/ (th), /ŋ/ (ng)

37
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Listen to the chant Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a or tongue twister 1.1.1 Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high and identify the p. 152, 157(A), 159, 161, English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target reoccurring sounds 162, 163, 166, 167 by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes with the letters. After
3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4 that, they will learn how
Lesson delivery p. 158, 160(F), 165(H), to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 1. Listen to the sounds 168(E)
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and do the actions
Reading Reading 2. Listen to the words KSSR Teacher’s Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and and identify the Guidebook English any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of relevant sounds Language Year 1 by their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 3. Listen to the story BPK suggested pages.
of sounds of letters and circle the p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
3.1.2 Recognise and correct words 147 for relevant activities
sound out with support 4. Bingo
beginning, medial and 5. Listen and say the
final sounds in a word chant

3.1.3 Blend phonemes


(CVC, CCVC) Post lesson
1. Match the pictures
3.1.4 Segment to the correct words
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) 2. Read the
rhyme/chant

*Choose any suitable


activities in the
learning outline for
your lesson

38
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 13 (Listening 9)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories

TOPIC: Units 24-29


WEEK: _______________

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review:
/j/ (y), /z/ (z, zz), /kw/ (qu),
/tʃ/ (ch), /ʃ/ (sh), /θ/ /ð/ (th), /ŋ/ (ng)

39
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Listen to the sounds Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
Recognise and reproduce with support a and guess the words 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
reproduce target limited range of high XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
language sounds frequency target 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK associating the sounds
language phonemes Lesson delivery with the letters. After
lZKpi1Zs
1. Listen to the sounds that, they will learn how
and do the actions
3. https://www.youtube to recognise the letters.
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 2. Listen to the words .com/watch?v=saF3-
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD and identify the f0XWAY
Reading Reading relevant sounds 4. https://youtu.be/zN Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 3. Listen to the story mh4s9un3c any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of and circle the 5. https://youtu.be/c- their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet correct words 2j3l7IHLc suggested pages.
of sounds of letters 4. Bingo
3.1.2 Recognise and 5. Listen and say the LINUS Module Book 1
sound out with support chant Suggested pages:
beginning, medial and 6. Listen to the story Units 24-29
final sounds in a word 1.1.1
p. 141,147, 148, 151,
3.1.3 Blend phonemes Post lesson 152, 157(A), 159, 161,
(CVC, CCVC) 1. Match the pictures 162, 163, 166, 167
to the correct words
3.1.4 Segment 2. Read the 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) rhyme/chant p. 142, 143, 145, 148,
3. Read the story 149, 153(F), 154
153, 154, 158, 160(F),
165(H), 168(E)
*Choose any suitable pages 158, 160(F),
activities in the 165(H), 168(E)
learning outline for
your lesson KSSR Teacher’s
Guidebook English
Language Year 1 by
BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
147 for relevant activities

40
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 14 (Reading 3)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Reading

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 24-29

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 11-13

41
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Reading Reading Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 1. Jazz chant based on Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of the rhyme (p.145) Units 24-29 Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
of sounds of letters p. 142, 143, 145, 148, by BPK associating the sounds
3.1.2 Recognise and Lesson delivery 149, 153(F), 154 with the letters. After
sound out with support 1. Match the pictures 153, 154, 158, 160(F), that, they will learn how
beginning, medial and to the correct words 165(H), 168(E) to recognise the letters.
final sounds in a word 2. Read the p. 158, 160(F), 165(H),
rhyme/chant 168(E)
3.1.3 Blend phonemes 3. Read the story Teachers may choose
(CVC, CCVC) 4.1.2 any suitable materials for
p. 141(B), 145(F) 146, their pupils from the
3.1.4 Segment Post lesson 147(B), 150, 151(B), suggested pages.
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) 1. Tracing lines 152(D), 155, 156,
2. Tracing the letter 157(B), 158(D), 160(G),
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 3. Write the words 161(B), 165(I), 166(B),
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD 4. Fill in the blanks with 168(F)
Writing Writing the correct sound
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 5. Write the sentences KSSR Teacher’s
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower 6. Rearrange the Guidebook English
print using cursive writing case letters of regular 7. Crossword Language Year 1 by
size and shape BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
ii) write letters and words *Choose any suitable 147 for relevant activities
in a straight line from left activities in the
to right with regular learning outline for
spaces between words your lesson
and spaces

iii) copy letters and


familiar high frequency
words and phrases
correctly

42
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 15 (Writing 3)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Writing


WEEK: _______________

THEME: World of Stories

TOPIC: Units 24-29

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 11-13

43
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Writing Writing Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate At this stage, do not
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 1. Rearrange the Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR show the video as pupils
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower letters to form words Units 24-29 Teacher’s Guidebook should learn to pick up
print using cursive writing case letters of regular they have learnt 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4 English Language Year 1 the sounds first before
size and shape 2. Blend or segment p. 142, 143, 145, 148, by BPK associating the sounds
the phonemes in the 149, 153(F), 154 with the letters. After
ii) write letters and words words 153, 154, 158, 160(F), that, they will learn how
in a straight line from left 165(H), 168(E) to recognise the letters.
to right with regular Lesson delivery p. 158, 160(F), 165(H),
spaces between words 1. Tracing lines 168(E)
and spaces 2. Tracing the letter Teachers may choose
3. Write the words 4.1.2 any suitable materials for
iii) copy letters and 4. Fill in the blanks with p. 141(B), 145(F) 146, their pupils from the
familiar high frequency the correct sound 147(B), 150, 151(B), suggested pages.
words and phrases 5. Write the sentences 152(D), 155, 156,
correctly 6. Rearrange the 157(B), 158(D), 160(G),
7. Crossword 161(B), 165(I), 166(B),
168(F)
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD Post lesson KSSR Teacher’s
Reading Reading 1. Match the pictures Guidebook English
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and to the correct words Language Year 1 by
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of 2. Read the BPK
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet rhyme/chant p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
of sounds of letters 3. Read the story 147 for relevant activities
3.1.2 Recognise and
sound out with support
beginning, medial and *Choose any suitable
final sounds in a word activities in the
learning outline for
3.1.3 Blend phonemes your lesson
(CVC, CCVC)

3.1.4 Segment
phonemes (CVC, CCVC)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 16 (Listening 10)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Unit 30 Daisy the Sheep, Unit 31 Say It Right, Unit 32 Billy Goat and Tammy Toad, Unit 33 The Moon!

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Row i.: /eɪ/ (ai), /i:/ (ee), /aɪ/ (igh), /әʊ/ (oa), /ʊ/,/u:/ (oo)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Point to the pictures Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
Recognise and reproduce with support a that contain the 1.1.1 Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
reproduce target limited range of high sounds p. 170(A), 171(C), 175, English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
language sounds frequency target 178(A), 183(A) by BPK
language phonemes
Lesson delivery 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
1. Listen to the sounds p. 172, 173(F), 175,
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY and do the actions 176(C), 179, 184, 185(E)
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD 2. Listen to the words
Reading Reading and identify the KSSR Teacher’s
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and relevant sounds Guidebook English
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of 3. Listen and say the Language Year 1 by
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet chant BPK
of sounds of letters 4. Sing a song p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
3.1.2 Recognise and 147 for relevant activities
sound out with support
beginning, medial and Post lesson
final sounds in a word 1. Match the pictures
to the correct words
3.1.3 Blend phonemes
(CVC, CCVC)
*Choose any suitable
3.1.4 Segment activities in the
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) learning outline for
your lesson

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 17 (Listening 11)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Unit 34 Mark goes to the Park, Unit 35 Curly Purly, Unit 36 Crow has a Coin

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Row j.: /a:/ (ar), /ɔ:/ (or), /ɜ:/ (ur), /әʊ/ (ow), /ɔɪ/(oi)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Pass on a set of Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
Recognise and reproduce with support a words using 1.1.1 Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
reproduce target limited range of high Chinese whispers p. 187, 191, 196 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
language sounds frequency target by BPK
language phonemes 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
Lesson delivery p. 188, 189(E), 191,
1. Listen to the sounds 192(D), 197&207(K)
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY and do the actions
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD 2. Listen to the words KSSR Teacher’s
Reading Reading and identify the Guidebook English
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and relevant sounds Language Year 1 by
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of 3. Listen and say the BPK
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet chant p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
of sounds of letters 4. Sing a song 147 for relevant activities
3.1.2 Recognise and
sound out with support
beginning, medial and Post lesson
final sounds in a word 1. Match the pictures
to the correct words
3.1.3 Blend phonemes 2. Read the chant and
(CVC, CCVC) answer the
questions
3.1.4 Segment 3. Recite a poem
phonemes (CVC, CCVC)

*Choose any suitable


activities in the
learning outline for
your lesson

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 18 (Listening 12)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Listening

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC: Units 30-36


WEEK: _______________

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review:
Row i: /eɪ/ (ai), /i:/ (ee), /aɪ/ (igh), /әʊ/ (oa), /ʊ/,/u:/ (oo)

Row j.: /a:/ (ar), /ɔ:/ (or), /ɜ:/ (ur), /әʊ/ (ow), /ɔɪ/(oi)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Listening Listening Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
1.1 1.1.1 Recognise and 1. Categorise the Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
Recognise and reproduce with support a pictures based on Units 30-33 Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
reproduce target limited range of high the similar sounds 1.1.1 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
language sounds frequency target p. 170(A), 171(C), 175, by BPK
language phonemes 178(A), 183(A)
Lesson delivery
1. Listen to the sounds 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY and do the actions p. 172, 173(F), 175,
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD 2. Listen to the words 176(C), 179, 184, 185(E)
Reading Reading and identify the
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and relevant sounds Units 34-36
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of 3. Listen and say the 1.1.1
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet chant p. 187, 191, 196
of sounds of letters 4. Sing a song
3.1.2 Recognise and 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
sound out with support p. 188, 189(E), 191,
beginning, medial and Post lesson 192(D), 197&207(K)
final sounds in a word 1. Match the pictures
to the correct words KSSR Teacher’s
3.1.3 Blend phonemes 2. Read the chant and Guidebook English
(CVC, CCVC) answer the Language Year 1 by
questions BPK
3.1.4 Segment 3. Recite a poem p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) 147 for relevant activities

*Choose any suitable


activities in the
learning outline for
your lesson

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 19 (Reading 4)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Reading

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 30-36

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 16-18

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Reading Reading Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 1. Recite the rhyme Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of and point to the Units 30-33 Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet relevant pictures 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
of sounds of letters p. 172, 173(F), 175, by BPK
3.1.2 Recognise and 176(C), 179, 184, 185(E)
sound out with support Lesson delivery
beginning, medial and 1. Match the pictures 4.1.2
final sounds in a word to the correct words p. 170(B), 171(D), 174,
2. Read the chant and 175(B), 177(F), 178, 180,
3.1.3 Blend phonemes answer the 183, 185(F), 186
(CVC, CCVC) questions
3. Recite a poem Units 34-36
3.1.4 Segment 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
phonemes (CVC, CCVC) p. 188, 189(E), 191,
Post lesson 192(D), 197&207(K)
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY 1. Tracing lines
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD 2. Tracing the letter 4.1.2
Writing Writing 3. Write the words p. 190, 192(C), 193, 206
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 4. Fill in the blanks with
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower the correct sound KSSR Teacher’s
print using cursive writing case letters of regular 5. Copy the phrases Guidebook English
size and shape 6. Rearrange the Language Year 1 by
phrases BPK
ii) write letters and words p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
in a straight line from left 147 for relevant activities
to right with regular *Choose any suitable
spaces between words activities in the
and spaces learning outline for
your lesson
iii) copy letters and
familiar high frequency
words and phrases
correctly

52
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 20 (Writing 4)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Writing

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 30- 36

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Review for Lessons 16-18

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Writing Writing Pre-lesson LINUS Module Book 1 Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 1. Review the sounds Suggested pages: strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower they have learnt Units 30-33 Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from the
print using cursive writing case letters of regular 2. Write the letters in 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4 English Language Year 1 suggested pages.
size and shape the air p. 172, 173(F), 175, by BPK
COMPLEMENTARY 176(C), 179, 184, 185(E)
CONTENT STANDARD ii) write letters and words
Reading in a straight line from left Lesson delivery 4.1.2
3.1 Recognise words in to right with regular 1. Tracing lines p. 170(B), 171(D), 174,
linear and non-linear spaces between words 2. Tracing the letter 175(B), 177(F), 178, 180,
texts by using knowledge and spaces 3. Write the words 183, 185(F), 186
of sounds of letters 4. Fill in the blanks with
iii) copy letters and the correct sound Units 34-36
familiar high frequency 5. Copy the phrases 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4
words and phrases 6. Rearrange the p. 188, 189(E), 191,
correctly phrases 192(D), 197&207(K)

COMPLEMENTARY 4.1.2
LEARNING STANDARD Post lesson p. 190, 192(C), 193, 206
Reading 1. Match the pictures
3.1.1 Identify and to the correct words KSSR Teacher’s
recognise the shapes of 2. Read the chant and Guidebook English
the letters in the alphabet answer the Language Year 1 by
questions BPK
3.1.2 Recognise and 3. Recite a poem p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
sound out with support 147 for relevant activities
beginning, medial and
final sounds in a word *Choose any suitable
activities in the
3.1.3 Blend phonemes learning outline for
(CVC, CCVC) your lesson

3.1.4 Segment
phonemes (CVC, CCVC)

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
LESSON: 21 (Reading 5/Writing 5)

MAIN SKILL(S) FOCUS: Reading/Writing

THEME: World of Stories


WEEK: _______________

TOPIC: Units 1-36

LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:

Consolidation of all the sounds

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Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
TEACHER’S NOTES /
LEARNING MATERIALS / CROSS CURRICULAR DIFFERENTIATION
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
STANDARD REFERENCES ELEMENT STRATEGIES

Reading Reading Pre-lesson Suggested Phonics Language Use any appropriate Teachers may choose
3.1 Recognise words in 3.1.1 Identify and 1. Any suitable Song (audio): strategies in the KSSR any suitable materials for
linear and non-linear recognise the shapes of activities 1. https://youtu.be/ffeZ Teacher’s Guidebook their pupils from LINUS
texts by using knowledge the letters in the alphabet XPtTGC4 English Language Year 1 Book 1 or other sources.
of sounds of letters 2. https://youtu.be/BEL by BPK
3.1.2 Recognise and Lesson delivery
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sound out with support 1. Refer to the LINUS
beginning, medial and Module Book 1
3. https://www.youtube
final sounds in a word .com/watch?v=saF3-
f0XWAY
3.1.3 Blend phonemes Post lesson 4. https://youtu.be/zN
(CVC, CCVC) 1. Refer to the LINUS mh4s9un3c
Module Book 1 5. https://youtu.be/c-
3.1.4 Segment 2j3l7IHLc
phonemes (CVC, CCVC)
*Choose any suitable
COMPLEMENTARY COMPLEMENTARY activities in the LINUS Module Book 1
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD learning outline for Any pages
your lesson
Writing Writing
4.1 Form letters and 4.1.2 KSSR Teacher’s
words in neat legible i) Form upper and lower Guidebook English
print using cursive writing case letters of regular Language Year 1 by
size and shape BPK
p. 52-60, 77-118, 142,
ii) write letters and words 147 for relevant activities
in a straight line from left
to right with regular
spaces between words
and spaces

iii) copy letters and


familiar high frequency
words and phrases
correctly

56
Year 1 English Scheme of Work for Phonics
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