LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS WEEK/ DATE TOPIC/THEME LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE *Ask and respond politely

to questions LANGUAGE FOR INFORMAIONAL USE *Listen to a conversation: give important details *Read an article: scan for details *Read an article: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues *Identify base words *Read an article: make inferences, draw conclusions *Write a descriptions: expand notes *Ask questions politely and respond appropriately *Listen to a dialogue:give important details *Read an article:scan for details *State words of similar meaning *Read an article: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues *Read an article:make inferences, draw conclusions *Write a description: expand notes *Describe characters in a novel *Give opinions on characters *Make predictions LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE *Talk about elements of a novel: characterization, theme, plot

LANGUAGE CONTENT GRAMMAR *Simple present tense *Adjectives SOUND SYSTEM Consonants: c/k/ as in ‘call’ r/r/ as in red EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS *ICT skills *Preparation for the Real World *Multiple Intelligence

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1 - 2 (4 Jan – 15 Jan)

They touch our lives (People)

*Take part in discussions

*Simple past tense *Collective nouns

Consonants: d/d/ as in ‘sand’ dd/d/ as in ‘meddle’

3 - 4 (18 Jan -20 Jan)

Famous Leaders (People) *Take part in discussions *Exchange ideas

*Learning How to learn skills *Multiple Intelligence Values and Citizenship

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LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE *Seek clarifications

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMAIONAL USE *Listen to a dialogue: give important details *Read a Web page: scan for details *Read a Web page: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues *Understand formation of prefixes *Read a Web page: make inferences, draw conclusions *Write a brief description: expand notes

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR *Personal Pronouns *Possessive Pronouns

SOUND SYSTEM Long vowel sound /æ/ as in ‘back’ Short vowel sound /e/ as in ‘set’

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS *Multiple Intelligence *ICT skills

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5 – 6 (1 Feb – 12 Feb)

Healing Hands (People)

*Describe characters in a novel

*Greet and exchange pleasantries

7 - 8 (15 Feb -26 Feb)

Making Friends (People and Social Issues)

*Listen to a dialogue:give important details *Read an article:scan for details *State words opposite in meaning *Read an article:identify main ideas, details, contextual clues *Read an article:make inferences, move beyond the text *Describe characters in a novel *Make predictions

*Adverb of time *Adverb of place

Long vowel sound /α:/ as in ‘farm’ Short vowel sound /۸/ as in ‘must’

*Learnng How to Learn skills *Multiple Intelligence *Knowledge Acquisition

*Take part in conversations and discussions

*Write a letter asking for advice

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LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE *Talk about self, past experiences

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMAIONAL USE *Listen to a talk: give important details *Read a report; scan for details Use the dictionary *Read a report: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR *Subject Verb Agreement

SOUND SYSTEM Long vowel sound /u:/ as in ‘broom’ Short vowel sound /u/ as in ‘look’

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS *Thinking skills *Multiple Intelligence *Future Studies

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9 - 10 (1 Mar -12 Marl)

Life’s Challenges (Social Issues)

*Take part in discussions *Exchange ideas and give opinions *Participate in discussions by giving and supporting opinions

*Describe physical setting (place) in a story

*Read a report: make inferences, move beyond the text *Interpret information from graphs *Write a report *Talk about self, past experiences *Listen to a talk: give important details *Read a magazine article: scan for details

*Make predictions

First Term Holidays 13/3/2010 -21/3/2010 *Talk about the future using present continuous tense *Modals *Talk about social setting of a story Long vowel sound /s:/ as in ‘fern’ Short vowel sound /ə/ as in ‘about’ *Preparations for the Real World

11-12 ( 22 Mar – 2 Aprill) Fit for Life (Health)

*Take part in a discussions Particpate in teacherguided class

*Read a magazine article: identify main ideas, details

*Read a magazine article: identify cause and effect, make inferences *Write a text of a speech

*Relate values in a story to one’s life

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LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMAIONAL USE *Listen to an interviewer; give important details *Narrate orally the events that took place *Read a news report: scan fir details

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE *Role play an event in the story

GRAMMAR *Conjuctions *Sequence Connectors

SOUND SYSTEM Diphtongs: /e:/ as in ‘faint’ /ai/ as in ‘dry’

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS *ICT Skills *Multiple Intelligence *Thinking Skills

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13 – 14 (5 April – 16 April)

It’s Raining Its Pouring (Environment)

*Take part in a discussion

*Read a news report; identify main ideas, details, contextual clues

*Talk about elements of a plot

*Read a news report; identify cause and effect *Write a recount; expand notes
*Relay phone messages orally to the people concerned *Take part in a discussions *Listen to a radio talk: give important details *Read a speech: scan for details *Read speech: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues *Read a speech: make inferences, draw conclusion *Write a report: expand notes *Phrasal Verbs Diphtongs: /əu/ as in ‘grow’ *Knowledge Acquisition *preparation for the Real World *ICT Skills

15 - 16 (19 April – 30 April)

Stop the floods (Environment)

*Recognize elements in a plot
*Give one opinion of the story

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LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE *Express hope and support

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMAIONAL USE *Listen to a talk; give important details *Scan for details in text read *Read posters: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues *Read posters: identify cause and effect *Write a speech to express opinion

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR *Prepositions of place and direction *Prepositions to show time and quality

SOUND SYSTEM Consonant Clusters at the beginning of the words: /str/ as in ‘straw’ /sm/ as in ‘smart’

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS *Preparations for the Real World *Multiple Intelligence *Knowledge Acquisition

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17 - 18 (3 May – 14 May)

Nature’s Gifts (Environment)

*Take part in a discussions *Exchange ideas and give opinions

*Talk about moral values *Relate values to one’s life *Positive and negative statements *Contractions *Understand themes in a story Consonant Clusters at the beginning of the words: /gr/ as in ‘grain’ /tr as in ‘train’ *ICT Skills *Knowledge acquisition *Mulitiple Intelligence

19 - 20 (17 May – 28 May)

Active and Healthy (Health)

*Talk about self, interests *Enquire about services offered clarify the type of services offered *Fill out a service form

*Listen to a talk; give important details *Read advertisements: scan for details *Read an article: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues *identify base words *Read an advertisement: draw conclusions

*Write a formal letter; use appropriate format

*Relate themes in the story to one’s life

21-23

Mid Year Examination and Mid-Year School Holidays

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS WEEK/ DATE TOPIC/THEME LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE *Talk about self interest *Enquire about services offered *Clarify about the services offered 24 - 25 21 Jun – 2 July) LANGUAGE FOR INFORMAIONAL USE *Listen to a talk; give important details *Read an advertisement: scan for details *Read an article: identify main ideas. Details, contextual clues *Read an article: make inferences, draw conclusions *Write a description: expand notes *Talk about self interest *Enquire about services offered *Clarify about the services offered *Take part in discussions *Exchange ideas and give opinion *Listen to a talk; give important details *Read an advertisement: scan for details *Read an article: identify main ideas. Details, contextual clues *Read an article: make inferences, draw conclusions *Write a description: expand notes LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE *Give personal response to novels: Characters & Values

LANGUAGE CONTENT GRAMMAR *Comparison of adjectives – regular forms SOUND SYSTEM Consonant Clusters at the beginning of the words: /gl/ as in ‘glee’ /pl/ as in ‘place’ EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS *Multiple Intelligence * ICT Skills *Knowledge acquisition

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Safety for One and All (Health)

*Take part in discussions *Exchange ideas and give opinion

*Describe characters in a novel *Give opinions on characters (Revision Form One)

*Give personal response to novels: Characters & Values

*Form negative adjectives using prefixes ‘un’, ‘dis’, ‘im’, and ‘non’

26 - 27 (5 July -16 July)

The Inner You (Health)

*Describe characters in a novel
*Revise poems, relate messages and values in the poems to one’s life (Revision Form One)

Consonant Clusters at the end of the words: sh/∫/ as in ‘splash’ /t∫/ as in ‘such’

* ICT Skills *Knowledge acquisition

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WEEK/ DATE 28

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMAIONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

SOUND SYSTEM

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS

WEEK/ DATE (19 July –23 July)

LANGUAGE CONTENT *Compare people or Consonant *Multiple LANGUAGE FOR SOUNDIntelligence EDUCATIONAL things that are the Clusters at AESTHETIC USE GRAMMAR the end of SYSTEM*Knowledge EMPHASIS same using “as….as” the words: Acquisition *Compare people or sk/sk/ as in *Future Studies *Listen to a lecture; give *Talk on elements Knowledge things*Punctuation: that are not ‘mask’ *Take part in discussions *Read a brochure: *Describe important details of a novel or story same using “notfull Capital letter, Sentence Acquisition the *Exchange ideas and give identify main ideas, characters in a Man and the *Read a magazine stop. Question st/st/ stress and *Future Studies as…as” as in opinion details , contextual clues novel (Revision article report; scan for mark, comma, ‘test’ intonation Sea *The Present *Participate in class form Two) details apostrophe,exclama Continuous Tense (Science and discussions by: tion mark Technology) -disagreeing politely and *Take part in discussions *Read a magazine *Revise and answer giving opinions & exchange ideas and give article: identify main questions on short -defending one’s point of 30 Treasure from opinions ideas, details , stories and novels view the Deep contextual clues -physical setting -seeking clarification (2 Aug – 6 (Science and -themes *Read a brochure: make Aug) Technology) inferences, draw *Write a letter to a foreign *Make conclusions simple pen pal, expand notes, use predictions *Write a brief appropriate format *Read a magazine description: expand notes article: make inferences, make lecture: give 29 *Listen to a simple predictions *Formation of plural Stress in *ICT Skills important details *Read an article: scan for details *Take part in conversations and discussions *Write a letter asking for advice *Read an article: PMR Trial Examination 2010 *Describe identify main ideas, characters in a details, contextual clues novel form 2 *Interpret information in bar graph, read an article: make inferences, draw conclusion. *Write an explanation: expand notes – move beyond the text *Revision on characters from novel – irregular plurals -nouns with no change in number in the plural form words *Knowledge Acquisition *Future Studies

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS *Listen to a dialogue: LANGUAGE FOR give important details FOR LANGUAGE TOPIC/THEME INTERPERSONAL USE*Read aINFORMAIONAL USE brochure; scan for details

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(26 July – 30 July)

Oceans in Technology)

9 Aug-13 Motion Aug (Science and

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