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TERM (3/1/12 – 25/5/12) WEEK OBJECTIVE 1- 3/1 – 5/1
Introduction to the Junior Junior Two Syllabus – the workbook Two syllabus and exam needed. The format of the examination format. and the allocation of marks. Grammar – articles At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Identify the different functions of article „a/an‟ and „the‟. 2. Understand the rules of „the‟ relates to proper nouns. Grammar – Possessives At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Form the possessive by using the apostrophe („) after a noun. 2. Understand the rules of forming possessives. CHINESE NEW YEAR Composition: Informal letter At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Come out with the correct format of an informal letter. 2. Student will be able to organize ideas. When do we use the article a/an? The silent „h‟ and the pronunciation of /je/ in words like: university, European, uniform and etc. The categories of proper nouns that needed article „the‟ and the categories of proper nouns without article „the‟. Students have to understand the functions of possessive noun. Should it be apostrophe („) + „s‟ or „s‟ + apostrophe („)? If the noun is in irregular plural, possessives should be „s and if the noun is in regular plural, it should be s‟. What is the alternative way of showing possessives? The use of „of‟ as possessive noun. HOLIDAYS What is the format of writing an informal letter? The functions of writing an informal letter: (a) To inform (b) To congratulate (c) To apologize (d) To invite (e) To advice and etc. Discussion on a topic of the custom of Chinese New Year. What are they? Students to mind map the outline of the composition. To do a mind map on the topic and to write up the introduction. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2, Pg 2-17 Worksheets
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Continuation from week 5 Student to go through their previous
To introduce the When-clauses and While-clauses. she called. 2. To complete the composition with at least three ideas with elaboration.compositions that have written last week. Compare the different Long term or Temporary usages between present permanent action tense and past tense. Pg 86-89 Worksheets 8-20/2-24/2 Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. Understand the rules present tense and present continuous of simple present tense. For example: tense and present SPT PCT continuous tense. 7-13/2-17/2 What are the rules of forming present tense and present continuous tense? The functions of present tense and At the end of the lesson. 2 . speaker is saying. At the end of the lesson. student will be able to: Compare the differences between 1. Compare the differences between simple past and past continuous tense. The uses of past tense and past continuous tense. General facts or Action is being 2. b) When I paid her one dollar. To inform the scheme of marking midterm paper. To recall the list of irregular verb. Pg 90-97 Worksheets To check and go through the midterm paper and identify the common mistakes made by the students. Form the irregular verbs. Which tense should be use when encounter these clauses? Which action came first? Which is the interrupting action? Ex: a) He was bathing when the phone rang. present continuous tense. c) While I was studying. Regular verbs versus irregular verbs. students will be able to: 1. Form the present scientific facts performed at the tense and present moment that the continuous tense. action Grammar – Simple Present Tense Grammar – Simple Present Tense and Simple Continuous Tense. 9-27/2-2/3 10-5/3-9/3 11-12/3-16/3 12-19/3-23/3 MID TERM EXAMINATION MID TERM EXAMINATION 1ST MID TERM BREAK Return of midterm exam paper and discuss the common mistakes among the students. she answered my question. Understand the rules of simple past tense and past continuous tense. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2.
Compare the differences Action in example one is completed in between the prefect tense the past while action in example starts in and simple past tense the past and still continues. How does a bag look like? How big is the bag? What is its colour? how do we arrange these adjectives into a correct order? What are the rules? Size tall Huge Colour Blue Purple Nationality French Thai Noun lady silk bag Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. 2. years. Describe a noun or a verb. He taught in this school last year. Pg 42-61 Worksheets What is the difference between „bored‟ and „boring‟? Both are adjectives. Example 1 indicates the person feels that the book is not interesting at all. 2.13-26/3-30/3 Grammar – Present To introduce the form and functions of Perfect Tense versus present perfect tense. Example 2 indicates that the book makes the person feel not interested. use have or has? What are the differences between At the end of the lesson. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. present perfect tense and simple past students will be able to: tense? Compare. The book is boring. 1. Ex: 1. Differentiate the irregular adjectives ending in „ed‟ and „ing‟. 2. Understand the rules of using prefect Example: tense. He has taught in this school for five tense. The book bored me. 1. One ends with „ed‟ another with „ing‟. Form the perfect 2. When do need to simple past tense. Pg 98-101 Worksheets 14-2/4-6/4 15-9/4-13/4 SCHOOL SPORTS DAY Grammar – Adjectives At the end of the lesson. students will be able to organize their idea and use descriptive phrases/words What can one see in a sports day? What are the noises/shouting/sounds that can be heard in a sports day? Who attends the sports day? To do a brain storming on the topic by using the five senses and to come out with Teacher to introduce a few ways to start three different the introduction of writing a narrative introductions for 3 . 16-16/4-20/4 Composition – Narrative At the end of the lesson. students will be able to: 1. Arrange the order of adjectives 3.
Use a sound 17-23/4-27/4 Continuation of week 5 Students to recall and refresh the previous week lesson and to complete the composition. The dogs chased after Anne. Identify the doer/object of the sentence and subject of the sentence. verb and object. Subject verb object A sentence which begins with a person or thing that does the action is in the active voice. Cars are repaired by the mechanic 2. Describe a character 4. 1. Describe the weather 2. Ex: 1.composition. Ex: 1. Form the passive verb in this way: Active Verb Repairs Repair Repaired 19-7/5-11/5 Revision Passive Verb is repaired are repaired was/were repaired the topic. Describe the atmosphere 3. and active and passive voice. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. students will be able to: 1. Mechanics repair cars. Identify the subject. 20-13/5-18/5 21-21/5-25/5 22-27/5-8/6 FINAL EXAMINATIONS FINAL EXAMINATIONS MID YEAR SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 4 . Interchange the sentence structure from active to passive and vice versa without changing the meaning of the sentence. 18-30/4-4/5 Grammar – Active and passive voice At the end of the lesson. To remind the rules of tenses. 2. A sentence which begins a person or thing that receives the action is in the passive voice. Anne was chased by the dogs. adjectives. Pg 110-117 Worksheets To revise and review the topics that will be tested in the examination. subject verb object 2.
the question tag uses the negative form of the verb „to do‟ Ex: 1. question tags. Understand the function of using If a statement with a main verb. answer should be in present tense. the question tag uses negative students will be able to: form of the same verb. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. doesn‟t he? The verb „to do‟ must agree with the main verb. 1. Dad walks fast. Pg 126-161 Worksheets Ex: 5 .2ND TERM (11/6/12 TO 9/11/12) WEEK OBJECTIVE CONTENT TEACHING AIDS AND REMARKS 1-11/6-15/6 2-18/6-22/6 Return of first final term exam paper and discuss the common mistakes among the students. Students have to be aware of the rules while forming the whquestions. 2. question tags. In a statement with the verb „to be‟. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. what. students also have to be aware of the tense of the question. why and how. Grammar – Question Tags To check and go through the first term paper and identify the common mistakes made by the students. This computer is expensive. where. What are the common 5w1h? – Who. At the end of the lesson. If the question is asked in resent tense. Form a correct whquestion. Verb must agree with the subject. While answering the whquestion. I the question is in the past tense. Form the positive and Ex: negative forms of 1. when. Answer the whquestion correctly. Pg 122-125 Worksheets 3-25/6-29/6 Grammar – WH-Questions At the end of the lesson students will be able to: 1. then answers have to be in past tense. Use negative question tags with positive statements. isn‟t it? 2.
Use adverb to describe action verbs. Students to analyze a graph on the topic of “Number of accidents during festive seasons from the year 2008 until 2010”. However. straight. the chart? students will be able to 1. he is sad. 3. students will be able to: 1. fast. Therefore. Why do you think Jack is sad? I think Jack misses his mother. Practice using the comparison of adverbs Angry Happy Kind Quiet Ex: Mrs. 4-2/7-6/7 Composition – report and A few reports are given to the bar chart students to analyze. 2. Form the comparison adverbs. Study and analyze the What are the numbers or values bar chart or the graph in the chart/graph indicates? 2. How does an adverb form? Adj Adv (+‟ly‟) Kindly Quietly Adv („y‟ -> „i‟ + „ly‟) Angrily Happily Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. Do we use adjective to describe verb? No. What can one conclude from the graph or At the end of the lesson. 5-9/7-13/7 Continuation of week 4 Students to organize their How should a report start and thought and come what kind of language should be out with the used in the writing? Formal or introduction and informal? first body paragraph. Gordon gazed angrily at her baby. not all the adverbs end in „ly‟. Pg 62-73 Worksheets 6-16/7-20/7 Grammar – Adverbs At the end of the lesson. and etc. Where did you find that book? I found it at the toilet. Practice using the adverbs. Ex: far.1. Students to recall and refresh the previous week lesson and to complete the composition. chart/graph given. 2. Organize and express their ideas according Students to analyze the new to the chart. To compare the actions of two 6 .
use comparative adverbs. Teacher also to explain the modals maybe and may be. use superlative adverbs. Not confuse may be and maybe. The teacher may be in the staff room. Maybe he will be late. To check and go through the midterm paper and identify the common mistakes made by the students. (Superlative adverbs) 7-23/7-27/7 8-30/7-3/8 9-6/8-10/8 MID TERM EXAMINATION MID TERM EXAMINATION Return of midterm exam paper and discuss the common mistakes among the students. They present a series of facts A few different purposes of reports are shown 7 . Pg 162-169 Worksheets 10-13/8-17/8 11-20/8-24/8 12-27/8-31/8 MID TERM BREAK Composition – Report At the end of the lesson The common features of all reports: 1. Emma runs the fastest in the class. If to compare the actions of more than two people. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. Understand the differences among the use of modals. To inform the scheme of marking midterm paper. Emma runs faster than Joe.people. 2. students will be able to: 1. (comparative adverbs) 2. May I go to the toilet or Can I go to the toilet? What is the difference between „May‟ I and „Can I‟? May is considered more formal and polite compare to can. Teacher to explain and compare different functions of each modal. Grammar – Modals At the end of the lesson. Ex: 1. Maybe is an adverb meaning „perhaps‟. 2. Ex: 1.
it is best to do the . 2. Students At the end of the lesson. „below/ under‟. Write various types of reports. 3. Jan owns another pair of boots besides these pair. Pg 170-177 Worksheets 15-17/9-21/9 Grammar – Conjunction Few scramble sentences are given to the students.students will be able to : 1. The students are required to write the introduction paragraph and second paragraph with at least 2 supporting points. to the students. 2. 13-3/9-7/9 Continuation of week 12 Students to recall and refresh the previous week lesson and to complete the composition. 3. have to unscramble it and use student will be able to : conjunctions to form these 1. Students have to decide the first essential for writing a successful report. Students also have to ensure the purpose of their report. students will be able to : 1. using suitable conjunction correctly. 2. Pg 190-193. 2. Ex: 1. Plan and organize their report. They are usually aimed at readers with a specific interest in the subject. Understand the If there are more than three adverbial phrases sentences. „beside/between/ among‟. Understand the differences between „in/on/at‟. Explanation of the word „beside‟ and „besides‟. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. In order to ensure the understanding of the students. Understand the purpose of writing report. To whom is the report written to. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. based on evidence of some kind. Students to write an annual report of the English Language Society. Join few sentences by sentences into one. Time lines that show different use of different preposition of time is being shown to enable to understand the preposition of time better. Remember the rules of preposition of time. 2. The information they provide can usually be checked. picture that show different positions of an object are being shown. „behind/at the back‟ as the preposition of position. We sat beside the pool. 214221 Worksheets 8 14-10/9-14/9 Grammar – Preposition At the end of the lesson.
Three passages will be given to the students so that they could underline the main points. Clause is formed by few meaningful words but it is not a complete sentence. An adverbial clause has a finite verb. 2. 16-24/9-28/9 Composition-Summary Students to read the given passage carefully to get the At the end of the lesson. (adverbial clause) 2.with because of. Leave out unnecessary details to Leave out the unnecessary make the story details such as repetition and shorter. description. During their Students will be able to: second time reading. Use comma after sentence one. Use full stop after the last sentence. Use and/or as a joining word. Summarize a passage have to underline the main idea. by taking only the Teacher to discuss the main most important point ideas. She cried because of the pain. 3. Ex: 1. For the last passage. Use their words and express ideas clearly. general idea. 4. Teacher will also pin point the common mistakes made among the students. students 1. Teacher to guide the students on their tenses and vocabulary. Use comma after sentence two. Teacher and the students proof read the summary. 2. the students have to come up with a summary together and to be written on the board. to get to the main point. First summary to be written on briefly and correctly the white board. 17-1/10-5/10 Continuation of week 16 Students to recall and refresh the Students have to previous week lesson and to read two passages 9 . 3. (adverbial phrase) „Because of‟ must be followed by the noun. following: 1. She cried because it was painful.
ALL OTHER FORMS FINAL EXAMINATION CCA WEEK SPM EXAMINATION AND YEAR END HOLS STARTS 10 . Simple present Simple past Pronoun : I We Time : last week simple past past prefect she/he they the previous week A list of words that change from direct speech to indirect speech will be given to the students. students will be able to: 1. Understand the differences between direct and indirect speech. Rita said that she attended dance classes on Fridays. “I attend dance classes on Fridays. quotes what has said. Power Point Presentation Grammar Builder 2. Rita said. The exact words of the speaker are placed between the quotation marks. and summarize the passages themselves. To change a direct speech into an indirect speech. Indirect speech in the other hand. 3. (indirect speech) In indirect speech. not all the exact words of the speaker are used.complete the composition. What is direct speech? To quote exactly what someone has said. Pg 182-189 Worksheets 18-8/10-12/10 Grammar – Direct and indirect speech At the end of the lesson. 19-15/1019/10 20-22/1026/10 21-29/10-2/11 22-5/11-9/11 Revision To revise and review the topics for the upcoming examination. Remember the rules on changing the direct speech into the indirect speech.” (direct speech) 2. 2. Ex: 1.
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