BAND 1

B1 DL1 E1

LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE

Introducing oneself 1 B1 Know fundamental skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing B1 DL1 B1 DL1 E1 Able to introduce oneself using suggested sentence patterns

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B1 DL2 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES Listening and discriminating between initial and final consonants, long and short vowels, plural form and contractions 1 B1 Know fundamental skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing B1 DL2 B1 DL2 E1 Able to identify initial and final consonants, long and short vowels, plural form and contractions
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Listen to the tape and tick (/) in the space provided for the correct answer. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Book Cat I am You are Ship Sea ( ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) ) books cats I’m you’re Sheep See ( ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) )

B1 DB1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Presenting information by reading aloud texts clearly and fluently 1 B1 Know fundamental skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing B1 DB1 B1 DB1 E1 Able to read aloud with proper pronunciation and intonation
Instrument: Read aloud the text given. Refer to a listening text pg. 203 (textbook)-Chapter 1: Family Circle

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Hi, Grandpa and Grandma!Hi,Ma!Hi,Pa! Hello my litte brother Rimong! are you surprised i am sending you this cassette instead of writing you a letter? recoeding what i want to say is so much easier. Phoning is too expensive. OK folks, let me start by talking about the families here. you know how we all-grandpa, grandma, aunt, uncle and cousins-live together in our longhouse in Sarawak? Well, people here lived in ‘extended families’ like ours generations ago but now most families are nuclear families. These are families where only a father, a mother and their children live together.

LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE

Writing short notes 1 B1 Know fundamental skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing B1 DT1 B1 DT1 E1 Able to write greetings/wishes and a note of apology

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Instrument: Create a birthday cards to a friend *sample of birthday card for students reference

BAND 2

B2 DL1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Talking about self, family, friends and interest 2 B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level B2 DL1 B2 DL1 E1 Able to ask simple questions to get information and respond appropriately to questions on any one of the following:     Self Family Friends Interest

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Instrument Look at Alan’s Family Tree. In pairs, take turn to ask the following questions. ALAN’S FAMILY TREE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Who is Alan’s grandfather? How many sons does Walter have? Who is Jack? Name Alan’s cousin? How many children do Helen and Walter have?

B2 DB1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Reading and locating information from a linear/non-linear text 2 B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level B2 DB1 B2 DB1 E1 Able to obtain information from linear/nonlinear text by filling in the blanks

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Instrument

Tiny ___________________ are laid by the female on a leaf. Around 5 days later, a tiny wormlike creature will hatch. The ___________________ is the primary eating and growth stage of the insect. The___________________ is the resting or transformation stage, and within it the marvelous transformation from caterpillar to adult takes place. The adult ___________________ from the chrysalis.

A ___________________ is emerging now. The pupa skin splits, the limp, damp butterfly crawls out-now with compound eyes, a proboscis for feeding and six legs. The _________ are expanded and blood is pumping into them. A little warming from the sun and it is now ready to fly off to feed and then lay its eggs.

B2 DB1 E2 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Reading and locating information from a linear/non-linear text 2 B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level B2 DB1 B2 DB1 E2 Able to find the meaning of unfamiliar words from a variety of sources for example dictionary, thesaurus etc. Instrument: Find the meaning of the words below using dictionary, thesaurus or other sources. Word Meaning

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1. Laid

2. Hatch

3. Transformation

4. Expanded

5. Pumping

B2 DT1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Writing short massages 2 B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level B2 DT1 B2 DT1 E1 Able to write simple instructions and invitations

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Instrument Azmi wants to invite his friends to his birthday party. Help him to fill up this card to Kumar.

An Invitation
You ______ cordially invited to attend my birthday party _______ will be held _________ 26 September 2012 _____ Summit Hotel, Bukit Mertajam _______ 7pm.

BAND 3

B3 DL1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Inviting someone to a function through a conversation 3 B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing B3 DL1 B3 DL1 E1 Able to invite and accept or decline invitations.
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PAIR WORK : Each pair does the four given task 1) A : Invite your friend for lunch B : Accept the invitation 2) A : invite your friend to your birthday party B : Decline the invitation and state/give a reason for declining 3) A : invite your friend to your sister’s wedding B : Accept your friend’s invitation. 4) A : Invite your friend over for tea this Saturday. 5) B : Decline the invitation and give a reason for declining.

B3 DL2 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Listening to announcements and instructions and processing information 3 B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing B3 DL2 B3 DL2 E1 Able to convey main ideas and supporting details.
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Students listen to the announcement below and answer the questions. Announcement for Sports Practice All the lower form students are required to be in school at 4.00p.m for sports practice. Students need to assemble in the field according to your sports houses. You need to wear your sports Tshirts and tracks. You must wait for your teachers to take your attendance. Only after that, can you proceed with the activities planned for you. 1. What is the announcement about? ___________________________________ 2. When is the sport meet? ____________________________________ 3. Where must the students assemble? ____________________________________ 4. How must the students be dressed? ____________________________________ 5. Why must the students wait for their teacher? _____________________________________

B3 DB1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Reading and identifying information in a linear/non-linear text 3 B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing B3 DB1 B3 DB1 E1 Able to identify main ideas and supporting details in a linear/ non-linear text by   Instrument: Read the news report carefully and write True (T) or False (F) for the statements. Lensman’s world record attempt on Mt. Kinabalu News photographer Mohamad Noor began his quest to put his name in the Guinness Book of Records by scaling Mount Kinabalu 111 times in as many days. Mohamad’s campaign called ‘1Malaysia Solo Climb’ was launched by the Deputy Higher Education Minister at the Mount Kinabalu National Park. He started climbing the mountain on December 30th, 2009 and will scale the peak in the early hours today to complete his first climb. The 42-year-old will continue to do this until April 19th. Mohamad currently holds the record of reaching the mountain summit 50 times in 50 days in 2007 to commemorate the 50th year of Merdeka as well as the Solo 24-hour Climb of Menara Kuala Lumpur in 2008. Answering comprehension questions Checking true/false statements

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At the launch, Mohamad was accompanied by 111 students from Universiti Malaysia Sabah, who will take turns climbing the mountain until he ends his feat. Mohamad will also climb Menara Kuala Lumpur 111 times from May 1st to May 7th as part of the campaign to spread the meaning of 1Malaysia.
Write True or False in the box for the following statements. 1. News reporter Mohamad Noor climbed Mount Kinabalu to put his name in the

Guinness Book of Records
2. 3.

Mohamad’s campaign was called ‘1Malaysia Solo Climb’ Mohamad will also climb Menara Kuala Lumpur 111 times from May 21st to May 30th.

4

At the launch, Mohamad was accompanied by 111 students from Universiti Malaysia Sabah.

5.

The Deputy Higher Education Minister launched the climb at the Mount Kinabalu National Park.

Answer the following questions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What was Mohamad Noor’s quest ? When would he climb the mountain? Whatwas Mohamad’s age ? What was his greatest achievement ? Why will Mohamad Noor climb Menara Kuala Lumpur ?

B3 DB1 E2 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Reading and identifying information in a linear/non-linear text 3 B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing B3 DB1 B3 DB1 E2 Able to find meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues Instrument: Lensman’s world record attempt on Mt. Kinabalu News photographer Mohamad Noor began his quest to put his name in the Guinness Book of Records by scaling Mount Kinabalu 111 times in as many days. Mohamad’s campaign called ‘1Malaysia Solo Climb’ was launched by the Deputy Higher Education Minister at the Mount Kinabalu National Park. He started climbing the mountain on December 30th, 2009 and will scale the peak in the early hours today to complete his first climb. The 42-year-old will continue to do this until April 19th. Mohamad currently holds the record of reaching the mountain summit 50 times in 50 days in 2007 to commemorate the 50th year of Merdeka as well as the Solo 24-hour Climb of Menara Kuala Lumpur in 2008. At the launch, Mohamad was accompanied by 111 students from Universiti Malaysia Sabah, who will take turns climbing the mountain until he ends his feat. Mohamad will also climb Menara Kuala Lumpur 111 times from May 1st to May 7th as part of thecampaign to spread the meaning of 1Malaysia.

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Find words in the text which have the same meaning as the following words

1. scaling 2. search 3. top 4. finish 5. remember

……………………… ………………………. ………………………. ………………………. ……………………….

B3 DT1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Writing a short description 3 B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing B3 DT1 B3 DT1 E1 Able to write a short descriptions using adjectives/ adverb in a paragraph Instrument: Describing People When we describe a person, e.g. Alif, we can talk about his height, body or build, hair, eyes, skin, clothes and other special features like beard, spectacles, etc. this makes it easier for people to recognize Alif. Here are some words we can use for describing people. Activity Use the following words to describe Raina. Your description should be written in one paragraph. Raina - quite short – fat – short curly hair – dark brown hair – fair – always happy

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B3 DT2 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Spelling and dictation 3 B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing B3 DT2 B3 DT2 E1 Able to spell and take dictation of seen text Instrument: Learn the following words for spelling. 1.photographer 2.quest 3.peak 4.feat 5.campaign 6.summit 7. commemorate 8. mountain 9. accompanied 10. launch

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Read the following text carefully.Later your teacher will read aloud the text for you to write.

News photographer Mohamad Noor began his quest to put his name in the Guinness Book of Records by scaling Mount Kinabalu 111 times in as many days. Mohamad’s campaign called ‘1Malaysia Solo Climb’ was launched by the Deputy Higher Education Minister at the Mount Kinabalu National Park. He started climbing the mountain on December 30th, 2009 and will scale the peak in the early hours today to complete his first climb. The 42-year-old will continue to do this until April 19th.

BAND 4

B34 DL1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Making plans and arrangements 4 B4 Apply the knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B4 DL1 B34 DL1 E1 Able to listen and make plans   Instrument: Pair work: Call up your friend on the phone and make plans to go somewhere and to do something. Eg: Patrick: Hello, ………………. this is Patrick. I’ve been trying to get you on the telephone…………….. To go somewhere To do something

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B4 DL2 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Giving the following directions 4 B4 Apply the knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B4 DL2 B4 DL2 E1 Able to   Give directions Draw the route of the giving map as directions are being given

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Instrument: Pair work: One student (student A) gives directions to places within the school (to the staffroom and from the staffroom to the library) and the other student (student B) draws the route map on the plan. Change roles: Student B gives the directions from the library to the canteen and from the Science Laboratory to the Resource Centre. Student A draws the routes on the plan.

PLAN OF SCHOOL

B4 DL3 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Enquiring about products or services and requesting them 4 B4 Apply the knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B4 DL3 B4 DL3 E1 Able to use ‘wh’ questions to obtain information about product or services and respond appropriately Instrument: Pair work: With your partner carry out the following task. You are interested in getting the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab. You walk into the World of Mobile Phone and ask about the product. Your partner will answer the questions.

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B4 DB1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Reading and processing information in a linear/non-linear text 4 B4 Apply the knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B4 DB1 B4 DB1 E1 Able to identify cause and effect relationships in factual/narrative text by   Extracting specific information Answering comprehension questions in complete sentences using appropriate conjunctions

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Instruments: Read the passage and answer the following questions. Azmi’s school has a garden. It is a very beautiful place. It is full of flowering plants. When all the flowers are in full bloom, the garden is filled with colours and sweet smells. There is a large pond in the garden. It is full of lotus plants. A small island stands in the middle of the ponds, and two small wooden bridges over the pond to the island. There are palm trees at the centre of the island. There are surrounded by many kinds of flowering such as balsams, hibiscus, roses, daffodils, orchids, daisies, cempaka and sunflower. Flowering such as hibiscus, roses and cannas are found in different places in the garden. There are also ferns, cacti, and Japanese bamboo. Some of the flowers are planted in the pot while others are planted on the ground. In the evening, the gardeners turn on the fountain. The water shoots high up into the air to fall pattering into the pod. There are so many fishes in the pod that a fishing competition is held every year on Teacher’s Day.

Sometimes, the students have to fetch leaves or flowers from the garden for their Art Sciences lessons. The garden is fenced and locked up so the students have to ask for permission to enter it. It is very popular at the end of each term. Many students ask permission to enter the garden to take pictures here. 1. What is held on Teacher’s Day every year? ________________________________________________________________________

2. What must a student do if he wants to enter the garden? ________________________________________________________________________

3. Why garden is very popular at the end of each term? ________________________________________________________________________

LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE

Writing an informal letter 4 B4 Apply the knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B4 DT1 B4 DT1 E1 Able to write an informal letter using the correct format and with appropriate grammar

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Instrument: You have been asked to write a letter to your friend on how to improve your health. With the help of the chart given below, write the letter in not less than 120 words.

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

EXERCISE DIET * tones muscles

* control our diet
* eat balanced diet * contains essential elements

*helps body burn fat
*keep body weight down *overweight - medical problems

BAND 5

B5 DL1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Describing an event/incident and narrating it 5 B5 Demonstrate the ability to use language in variety of situation using largely appropriately conventions B5 DL1 B5 DL1 E1 Able to listen and relay information about an even/incident aptly Instrument: Listen carefully to a talk on Road Safety. Then, narrates on an incident that you have witnessed. B5 DB1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Reading and summarizing text 5 B5 Demonstrate the ability to use language in variety of situation using largely appropriately conventions B5 DB1 B5 DB1 E1 Able to extract relevant points and reorganize them into a paragraph using suitable connectors
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Read the passage and complete the following task .
Do you know that you can grow plants in a bottle? Well, this is what Amri does. This is actually his hobby. He says that his father taught him how to keep these bottle gardens. He uses a few tools, which he made himself to help him in his work. First, he collects some good soil. He puts water to wet the soil. The wet soil is poured into a bottle with the use of a funnel. The soil is pressed down with the help of a cork that is tied to a stick. Next, he makes holes in the soil with a stick and puts the seeds in them. After this, he does nothing else but to watch his plants grow. Amri does not need to water the plants every day. He only does it when the soil gets dry. If there is too much water, the roots will become rotten and the plants will die. Every few days, he will loosen the soil and add a little fertilizer. He uses a spoon to do this. The plants will grow around the bottle and will not grow out of the bottle because there is little soil for the plants to grow to that size. Amri is very proud of his hobby. These bottle gardens decorate Amri’s house and his friends often come to admire them. He also teaches them how to grow their bottle gardens.

Write a summary on how to grow plants in a bottle. Your summary must:    not be more than 60 words , including the 10 words given below be in continuous writing ( note in note form ) be written in one paragraph

Use your own words as far as possible without changing its original meaning. Begin your summary as follows: Growing bottle gardens is actually not as difficult as it …………

B5 DT1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Writing a narrative 5 B5 Demonstrate the ability to use language in variety of situation using largely appropriately conventions B5 DT1 B5 DT1 E1 Able to write an account of an incidents/ event using correct grammar and mechanics of writing with guidance
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Based on the pictures given, write a story of about 120 words.

BAND 6

B6 DL1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES Listening and responding to literary works by giving one’s opinion of the text and relating it to life 6 B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in and exemplary manner B6 DL1 B6 DL1 E1 Able to retell the text in one’s own words using correct grammar and vocabulary
Instrument: Listen to the poem. Explain briefly about the poem in your own words.
Mr. Nobody
Author: Unknown I know a funny little man, As quiet as a mouse, Who does the mischief that is done In everybody's house! There's no one ever sees his face, And yet we all agree That every plate we break was cracked By Mr. Nobody `Tis he who always tears our books, Who leaves the door ajar, He pulls the buttons from our shirts, And scatters pine afar; That squeaking door will always squeak, For, prithee, don't you see, We leave the oiling to be done By Mr. Nobody The finger marked upon the door By none of us are made; We never leave the blind unclosed, To let the curtains fade. The ink we never spill; the boots That lying round you. See Are not our boots they all belong To Mr. Nobody.

BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE

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B6 DL1 E2 LEARNING OUTCOMES Listening and responding to literary works by giving one’s opinion of the text and relating it to life 6 B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in and exemplary manner B6 DL2 B6 DL1 E2 Able to state what one thinks about the text and how it affect him/her using correct grammar and vocabulary Instrument:

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Questions to ponder.

1. Who do you think is Mr. Nobody? 2. Why is Mr. Nobody given this name? 3. What does the poem focus on? 4. How does it affects you?

B6 DL1 E3 LEARNING OUTCOMES Listening and responding to literary works by giving one’s opinion of the text and relating it to life 6 B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in and exemplary manner B6 DL2 B6 DL1 E3 Able to explain the massage/theme/values the writer trying to convey using correct grammar and vocabulary ACTIVITY Read the elements on Mr. Nobody and fill up the mind map below.

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THEMES

MORAL VALUES

MR. NOBODY
MESSAGE

B6 DB1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Reading and processing information at higher order 6 B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in and exemplary manner B6 DB1 B6 DB1 E1 Able to predict outcomes and draw conclusions using grammatically correct structures Instrument:
Read the text carefully. Fill in the mind map below.

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Mobile Phones - a great invention?
A mobile phone is popular gadget in our lives. This article will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using mobile phones.

Today, mobile phone has become popular to everybody since it is very convenient. The most advantage of having a mobile phone is you can communicate to your family and your friends no matter what where you are. For instance, you can contact easily to your friends by calling or sending messages everywhere without electricity. It is maybe the main reason why almost all people today choose to own a mobile phone. From the customer’s point of view, it is obvious that mobile phones assist you in business a lot, such as, make schedule of working, surf the internet, and keep in touch with their companies. Moreover, you can relax with mobile phone’s applications, for example, play games, listen to music, or chat with your friends.

On the other hand, there are also disadvantages. Using a lot mobile phone can harm your brain, particularly teenager and children who are under 16 years old. If you use mobile phones too much, you will get bad effects like dizzy, blood-brain barrier, or ears problems. In addition, when you use mobile phones while you are driving, you will get an accident. It is essential not good for you and others. Moreover, “radiations emitted from the phone are dead harmful for the eardrum”, has proved by many scientist.

Owning a mobile phone in your hand is you can solve many issues and hold most of information around the world. Even though is not good for your health and you have to protect yourself from bad effects of mobile phones if you choose to have one.

Mobile phone

Advantages

Disadvantages

B6 DT1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOMES BAND STANDART PERFORMANCE Writing a composition expressing one’s opinion 6 B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in and exemplary manner B6 DT1 B6 DT1 E1 Able to write composition expressing one’s opinion with reasons using correct grammar and mechanics of writing with minimal guidance Instrument: Write a composition giving your opinion on the use of robots in the home. Are they helpful or not? Your composition should be in about 120 words.

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