Components and Principles of Scheme of Work Definition  A scheme of work is a guideline that defines the structure and content

of a course. It maps out clearly how resources (e.g. books, equipment, time) and class activities (e.g. teacher-talk, groupwork, practicals, discussions) and assessment strategies (e.g. tests, quizzes, Q&A, homework) will be used to ensure that the learning aims and objectives of the course are met successfully. It will normally include times and dates.  The scheme of work is usually an interpretation of a specification or syllabus and can be used as a guide throughout the course to monitor progress against the original plan.  Schemes of work can be shared with students so that they have an overview of their course. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scheme_of_work) The key parts of a "scheme of work" include:

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Scheme of Work
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meaningful and purposeful. basic listening and speaking  Learning is fun. family. entry behaviour)  Integration of salient new technologies o use of ICT to facilitate and encourage meaningful language practice . fun-filled activities o Integration of skills  Teaching is learner-centred o learner’s needs and salient learner factors (environment. language use contexts. penmanship.Principles of Scheme of Work (KBSR) Principles of Scheme of Work (KSSR)  Back to basics o building a strong foundation of competencies in basic literacy skills. reading through phonics. purposeful o activities are contextualized. meaningful.

o creative and innovative use of the new technologies by pupils to enhance language learning in the classroom  Character-building infused o inculcating moral values Presented By: Mohd Shafeeq B Zaidun Nadzirah Bt Abdul Rashid Nur Amirah Bt Kamarudin Nursyazwani Bt Tolos .