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F1 Scheme of Work FORM ONE ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2010 CHAPTER/THEME TERM 1A PEOPLE : OUR FRIENDS 1 Introducing

oneself Talking about interests and hobbies Asking questions politely and responding Talking about friends and family Talking about feelings and experience Reading e-mail - discuss points of interest and give opinions Inviting and welcoming friends Accepting and declining invitations Talking about friends and family Expressing thanks and responding appropriately; apologising Writing short messages to friends Reading - discuss points of interest and give opinions Talking about interests Talking about health
LEVEL

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

SOUND SYSTEM

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES

FORM ONE DIAGNOSTIC TEST 8 JAN Listening - note important details Reading - Scan for details, use the dictionary to find meaning, identify supporting details Listening -find more details Reading-find more details Process writing - write a paragraph about friends Listening-note important details Reading - scan details Reciting poems Rhyme in poems Wh- questions Simple sentences Verbs _ tenses Simple present tense Simple past tense 'p' 'b' Thinking skills ICT skills Values . faithfulness . loyalty . friendship

PEOPLE : FOREVER FRIENDS

2 3 1

Talking about values found in the text Finding meanings of words by using contextual clues Simple present tense Personal and possessive pronouns Possessive adjectives Figurative language-proverbs 'd' 't'

DURATION : 11 Jan 29 Jan

Thinking skills MI Preparation for the real worlds

2 3

1 HEALTH : BE HEALTHY AND STRONG DURATION : 1 Feb 12 Feb 2 3

Writing a paragraph on preferences - students' favourite food Reading an article-discuss points of interest and give opinions

Listening - find more details Reading - Identify main ideas, supporting details Reading - give reasons; draw conclusions Process writing - write messages Listening - note important details Reading - tell what the text is about; scan for details; use dictionary Listening- find more details Reading - identify main ideas and supporting details Process writing skills - write a paragraph on food

Understanding figurative language-proverbs Finding meaning of words by using contextual clues Simple present tense Simple sentence Positive statements Negative statements Punctuation Figurative language - similes Short 'I' Long 'e' Thinking skills Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world

Understanding figurative language - similes FEBRUARY TEST 22 -25 Feb

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F1 Scheme of Work

CHAPTER/THEME SOCIAL ISSUES : HOME SWEET HOME DURATION : 15 Feb 5 Mar

LEVEL

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Talking about everyday activities Talking about what one shouldn't or mustn't do Giving instructions in a poster Discussing plans and rules Reading Web page - discuss points of interest

2 3

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listening - note details; follow sequence of ideas Reading - scan for details; use the dictionary Writing simple instructions Listening - find more details Reading - identify main ideas; use contextual clues Process writing - write instructions

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE Reciting a poem

GRAMMAR Simple present tense Concord Verbs-contracted forms Special finites or modals

SOUND SYSTEM Contractions . can't . won't . isn't . wasn't

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking skills ICT skills Values . gratitude . filial piety

Making simple predictions Relating characters and actions to one's life

REVISION FOR TERM 1B EXAMINATION 8 -12 Mac TERM 1B EXAMINATION 23 31 Mac 1 TERM 1B TECHNOLOGY : TECHNOLOGY AROUND US DURATION : 1 Apr 9 Apr 2 Talking about things Writing shopping lists Listening - note details Reading- scan for details Reading- identify main ideas and important details, use contextual clues, identify base words Process writing - describe a product Reciting poems Relating events and values the poem to one's life Singular and plural nouns Spelling rules for regular and irregular plurals Articles- a, an, the Figurative language-proverbs Plural endings: 's' 'z' 'iz' 'aiz' Thinking skills Preparation for the real world

Reading an advertisementdiscuss points of interest and give opinions Talking about plats and flowers Talking about what we should and should not do in parks, and writing simple instructions Talking about activities

1 ENVIRONMENT : OUR BEAUTIFUL ENVIRONMENT 2

Listening - note important details Reading- use the dictionary, build new words from given word Reading - identify main ideas and supporting details Reading- give reasons Process writing - write descriptions of trees

DURATION : 12 Apr 23 Apr

Writing short e-mail messages Reading- discuss points of interest and give opinions

Reciting a poem Retelling the poem in one's own words Using a dictionary to find the meaning of words Saying what one thinks of the poem Changing the poem to a drawing Understanding figurative language- images

Conjunction 'and' to link two ideas Special finites or modals-'should' and 'should not' Present continuous tense

'ng'

Thinking skills ICT skills MI

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CHAPTER/THEME SOCIAL ISSUES : HAPPY AT SCHOOL

LEVEL

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Describing a friend's qualities Asking 'Yes-No' questions and responding to such questions

DURATION: 26 Apr 7 May

1 SOCIAL ISSUES : RIGHT ON TRACK 2 DURATION : 10 May -19 May

Reading a quiz - discuss points of interest and give opinions Reading a letter Writing recounts of activities Giving and following instructions Adding more details to show locations Giving advice and instructions Writing simple instructions

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listening - note details Reading- scan for details; understand word formation; use dictionary Listening - find more details; identify main ideas Reading- identify main ideas and supporting details Reading - give reasons Process writing- write a paragraph on past activities Listening - draw a route on a map Drawing directions and explaining them Reading- group words according to categories Reading to identify main ideas and supporting details Reading - give reasons Process writing- draw a pictorial map and write directions

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR Adjectives for describing character and appearance Prefixes - 'un', 'in', 'im' and 'dis' to show 'not' Adverbs of manner Yes-No questions

SOUND SYSTEM 'th' voiced, voiceless

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking skills MI Preparation for the real world

Talking about characters in the story and writing brief descriptions saying what one thinks of a character

Using dictionary to find the meaning of words Acting out sections of a text

Simple present tense for instructions and directions Prepositions of place and direction

'k' 'g'

Thinking skills MI Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world

Describing characters in a story Relating characters to one's life

Reading and discussing road signs Reading a set of instructions and discussing safety tips

Jan - May

LITERATURE COMPONENT POEM : MR NOBODY Synopsis Elements of the poem Skill based practices GRAPHIC NOVEL : JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH About the author Synopsis Elements of the novel - Skill-based practices TERM 2A EXAMINATION 20-27 May

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CHAPTER/THEME

LEVEL

1 PEOPLE : SPENDING TIME WITH MY FAMILY

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Talking about holidays Talking about past activities Asking questions to get information, and responding

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listening - note details; follow sequence of ideas Reading- scan for details Reading - identify main ideas and supporting details

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE Retelling the story in a correct sequence Give the sequence of events in a story Making simple predictions

GRAMMAR Simple past tense Regular and irregular verbs Time, place expressions Prepositions of place, time and directions

SOUND SYSTEM 'sh' 's' 'z'

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking skills Learning how to learn MI

2 3 Writing simple letters Writing recounts of experiences Giving instructions Making choices Talking about exercise and games Writing short messages to friends

DURATION : 14 Jun 2 July 1 HEALTH : GET FIT - GO FOR IT 2

Reading - identify cause and effect; give reasons Process writing - write recounts of experiences Listening - note important details; follow sequence Reading - scan for details Writing plans Giving the sequence of events Making simple predictions Saying what one thinks of the text Reading - draw conclusions Process writing - write plans, and announcements

Simple present tense for instructions Sequence connectors

'j' 'ch'

Thinking skills MI Preparation for the real world

DURATION : 5 July 16 July 3 Writing simple letters to family members Reading notes on exercises discuss points of interest and give opinions

19-23 July 1 TECHNOLOGY : PUTTING TECHNOLOGY TO WORK Asking questions politely and responding appropriately Listening- note details to support main ideas Reading- scan for details Group words according to categories Listening - find more details Reading - identify base words, identify supporting details Reading - make simple predictions, give reasons Process writing - gathering information to write an article

JULY TEST Reciting a poem 'Why' questions Adjectives comparison 'f' 'v' Thinking skills Learning How to Learn MI Knowledge Acquisition Preparation for the real world

DURATION : 26 July 6 Aug

Asking questions to clarify and responding appropriately Giving details to support main ideas Making comparisons Reading a dialogue, discuss points of interest and give opinions

Writing a paragraph to tell what the poem is about

Talking about themes in poems Composing simple poems

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CHAPTER/THEME PEOPLE : PLANNING A TRIP

LEVEL

2 DURATION : 9 Aug 20 Aug 3

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Talking about plans Requesting and offering help Making telephone calls to get information Discuss plans with others to go somewhere and to do something

Writing simple letters to friends Writing out plans for others to follow Asking for the price of goods, stating whether the price is agreeable or too high Discussing plans for a party Making enquiries to get information and responding appropriately Making enquiries about a product Placing orders Completing an order form Writing a magazine article

1 COMPASSION AND MENTAL CLEANLINESS : CARING AND SHARING

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listening - note important details Reading - scan for details; follow sequence of ideas Listening-identify main ideas and details Reading- identify main ideas and supporting details; use contextual clues for meaning Reading - make simple predictions of outcomes; give reasons Process writing - write plans for a trip Listening - note important details Reading- scan for details; follow sequence of ideas Listening - find more details Reading - identify main ideas and supporting details; identify words that associate wit other words Reading- draw obvious conclusions in simple texts Process writing - write recounts Listening - note important details; follow sequence of ideas Reading - scan for details; follow sequence of ideas; use the dictionary to find meaning Listening- find more details Reading - understand nonlinear texts Reading - make predictions; identify cause and effect; draw conclusions Process writing - write plans for a project

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE Talking about setting in a story Talking about values Telling how events, characters and values are similar to one's life Giving one's opinions Talking about the message

GRAMMAR Future tense Using 'will' . to affirm . to request

SOUND SYSTEM Short 'e' Long 'a'

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking skills Learning How to Learn ICT skills Values . respect for customs Preparation for the real world

Reciting a poem

Talking about setting in poems Giving one's opinions and interpretation of the poem Relating the setting to one's life

Countable and uncountable nouns Regular plurals Phrasal quantifiers 'Each' as an adjective

'w' 'y'

Thinking skills Values and citizenship MI Preparation for the real world

DURATION : 23 Aug 3 Sept

1 TECHNOLOGY: SUCCESS THROUGH TEAM EFFORT 2 3

Giving and following instructions for procedures

Retelling a story

Simple present tense for instructions Sequence markers Article - 'the'

Homophones Homographs

Thinking skills Knowledge acquisition ICT skills Values

Talking about plans for a project Writing out plans for others to follow

Talking about setting Talking about message

DURATION : 13 Sept 24 Sept

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F1 Scheme of Work

CHAPTER/THEME SOCIAL ISSUES : TAKE PART-TAKE CHARGE

LEVEL

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Responding appropriately to questions Talking about future plans to solve problems Reading a notice and discussing points of interest Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately Talking about festivals Writing short Web messages Reading a dialogue - discuss points of interest and give opinions

DURATION : 27 Sept 8 Oct

3 1

VALUES : HAPPY TO BE MALAYSIANS DURATION : 11 15 Oct 2 3

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listening - note important details Reading - scan for details Writing and presenting plans Listening - find more details Reading - identify main ideas and supporting details; identify base words Reading- give reasons Process writing - write plans for a calendar Listening - note important details Reading - scan for details Listening - find more details Reading- find meaning using contextual clues Reading - give reasons; draw conclusions Process writing - design a Web page and write messages

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR Article 'the' Phrasal verbs Conditional clauses Future tense Wh questions 'm' 'n'

SOUND SYSTEM

Talking about values found in the text Talking about message Composing simple stories Retelling the verses

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking skills ICT skills Values . being thankful . being hardworking MI

Talking about songsfeelings and values Composing simple verses

Adjectivescomparatives and superlatives Collective nouns Gender

'l' 'h' 'u' 'a'

Thinking skills ICT skills Values and citizenship Knowledge acquisition

June - October

LITERATURE COMPONENT 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 REVISION FOR TERM 2B EXAMINATION 18-27 Oct TERM 2B EXAMINATION 28 Oct 3 Nov

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