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ENGLISH SCHEME OF WORK F2.xls

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FORM 2 ENGLISH SCHEME OF WORK 2013

FIRST TERM WEEKS 1,2,3 02/01/2013 1/18/2013 02/01/2013 - 8 /11/2013 THEME/ LEVEL LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION CHAPTER Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use Chapter 1 1 Asking questions Reading silently and Reciting a poem with politely to get aloud with feeling and expression GOOD TIMES information understanding a variety Mr Nobody' TOGETHER of texts 2 Asking questions and Identifying important Talking about the (People) making statements ideas by listening and place and time the checking a list story took place - 'One Is One and All Alone.' 3 Writing letters to Writing paragraphs Talking about values friends with a clear focus found in a text One Is One and All Alone' Describe characters Narrate sequence of events 4,5,6 Chapter 2 21/1/13 2/8/2013 JOBS PEOPLE DO (People) 1 Talking about one`s ambitions and hopes Telling what text is about Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar wordsHeir Conditioning Identifying important Give the sequence of ideas by listening events - One Is One and All Alone.. Jotting down key ideas Write a simple of a text listened paragraph One Is One and All Alone' Describe plot and settings LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar Wh-questions Contractions Sound System r/r/-run, rate l/l/-late, oil Vocabulary Words to describe people and things Words related to descriptions of holidays PBS SUGGESTED DESCRIPTORS B3 DL2 E2 EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking skills Values and Citizenship ICT skills Prep for Real World

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Grammar B2 DL1 E1 Positive and negative sentence Collective nouns Sound System v/v/-view,weave w/w/-wind,week Vocabulary Words related to certain job and objects used in certain jobs

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Asking questions and making statements Reading articles and discussing points of interest with friends: recalling ideas giving opinions

Knowledge Acquisition Prep for the Real World ICT Skills

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class appropriately theme of the poem. for the Real World Information and communications Technology skills 3 Writing a simple report Page 2 .WEEKS 7.One Is Adjectives of and differences One and All Alone' comparisons. bank B3 DL1 E1 B3 DT1 E1 2 Participating in conversation Prep. z/z/-zebra.8 11/2/13 2/22/2013 THEME/ CHAPTER Chapter 3 CHANGING SCENES (People and Environment) LEVEL 1 2 LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION LANGUAGE Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use CONTENT Listening to and Telling what text is Retelling a story from a Grammar identifying similiarities about point of view. Vocabulary of a text listened Words related to U/standing figurative towns and villages language & U/standing poetic devices. comparatives and superlatives Seeking clarification Identifying important Poem: on what was said and ideas by listening and Heir Conditioning' Sound System responding checking a list Talking about the s/s/-sail. Noting important details Recognizing elements in a drama Rumplestiltskin Following sequence of Talking about the events characteristics of Rumplestiltskin Composing dialogues Literature Component Talk about message Describe the author`s point of view .10 Chapter 4 25/2/13 CITY EXTRA 3/8/2013 (People and Environment) 1 Scanning for details Grammar B3 DBI E1 Simple Present Tense Conjunctions Sound System a/oe/-flat.raise Write simple letters to friends and relatives Jotting down key ideas Reciting a poem.One Is One and All Alone' Vocabulary Words related to city life and environment and problems in the city PBS SUGGESTED EDUCATIONAL DESCRIPTORS EMPHASES B3 DL2 E1 Knowledge Acquisition Prep for the Real World Thinking skills 3 B1 DT2 E1 9.

cot are similar to those /j:/-caught experience in one`s life Talk about the theme and writing paragraph Vocabulary Words related to daily routine Prep. characters and Sound System values in the text that /d/-cod. DAY OUT (People and Social Issues) 1 Giving oral and written instructions to do something Write a report Acquiring informational Acting out sections of skills a text Rumplestiltskin Identifying important ideas Grammar Simple Present Tense Sequence Connectors B4 DT1 E1 2 Talking about how events. pruoe.12 11/3/13 3/22/2013 THEME/ CHAPTER Chapter 5 THE VALUES OF FRIENDSHIP (People and Social Issues) LEVEL 1 2 3 LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION LANGUAGE PBS SUGGESTED Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use CONTENT DESCRIPTORS Asking politely to get Telling what the text is Finding out the meaning Grammar information about of unfamiliar words. loot outcomes.giving reasons Describe the character Write the plot Page 3 . for the Real World Knowledge Acquisition Thinking skills B6 DL1 E1 3 Reading article and discussing points of interest with friends Making simple predictions of outcomes. Adverbs of place and Rumplestiltskintime Asking questions and Identifying main ideas Talking about Simple Past Tense making statements in simple text characters in a story and writing a simple Write a short letter Making simple paragraph on one/two Sound System B2 DT1 E1 predictions of characters in a story u/u:/-tool.14 01/04/134/12/2013 Chapter 6 DAY IN. eat reasons Vocabulary Words related to qualities in a person EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Prep.WEEKS 11.giving i/i:/-bead. for the Real World Values and citizenship 13.

poem: Mr Nobody Making simple predictions Composing dialogues Literature Component Short Story: Describe plot and setting Describe theme Grammar Prepositions of time Prepositions of direction B5 DL1 E1 B5 DB1 E1 B5 DT1 E1 Sound System Past tense forms Vocabulary Words related to a healthy lifestyle and health problems Prep.raced Vocabulary Words related to using time wisely PBS SUGGESTED DESCRIPTORS B4 DL2 E1 EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Making decisions Multiple Intelligence Thinking skills 3 Drawing obvious conclusions Heir conditioningUnderstanding some figurative language B1 DT1 E1 17.WEEKS THEME/ CHAPTER 15. for the Real World Values and Citizenship Educations Multiple Intelligence 3 19.saved d/t/-placed.20 13/05/135/24/2013 PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN Page 4 .18 Chapter 8 29/04/2013A HEAL5/10/2013 THIER YOU (Health and People) 1 Asking questions politely to get information Making decision with others Write simple letter Recounting orally what events took place Writing recounts 2 Make inferences and draw conclusions about theme and message -drama Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words .16 Chapter 7 15/04/2013 .PRECIOUS 4/26/2013 MOMENTS (People and Social Issues LEVEL 1 LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use Talking about one`s Acquiring informational Acting out sections of pastime skills Rumplestiltskin Participating in teacher-guided class discussions on topics of interest Writing a simple message or an e-mail Identifying supporting details or ideas Making simple predictions 2 LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar Modal verbs Articles Sound System d/d/-freed.

Write a composition LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar Modal verbsmust. 3 B4 DB1 E1 24. Heir Conditioning information from a text Writing a poem in another genre. Words found in letters to the editor Grammar `some` and `any` Prepositions of measure 2 PBS SUGGESTED EDUCATIONAL DESCRIPTORS EMPHASES B4 DL1 E1 Prep. Literature Component Rumplestiltskin B4 DB1 E2 Sound System Plural forms /s/ and /z/ Vocabulary Words related to labels Words related to shopping B6 DB1 E1 Prep. for the Real World Thinking Skills Learning how to learn skills Knowledge Acquisition 3 Listen to a story and give a recount of it orally Page 5 . Body language. Write a dialogue Make simple predictions as to what will happen next.WEEKS THEME/ CHAPTER 21.HEALTH 6/28/2013 IS WEALTH (Health and Social Issues) LEVEL 1 LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use Talk about health/ Describing the environmental structure of a srory.25.22.23 Chapter 9 10/06/2013 . issues and Rumpelstiltskin problems Listen to complaints and identify problems Suggest solutions to problems Read and locate information in letters Identify causes and effects of problems. for the Real World Values and Citizenship Thinking skills B4 DL3 E1 Learning how to learn skills Talking about the theme of the story.mustn`t Plural nouns Sound System Past tense forms: ed/id/ and ied/aid Vocabulary Words related to health issues.26 1/7/13 7/19/2013 Chapter 10 WISE CHOICES (People and Social Issues) 1 Talk about advertisement and products Sequence a dialogue Agree and disagree politely Rearrange sentences to form a dialogue Poems: 2 1' Mr Nobody Read and locate 2.

WEEKS THEME/ CHAPTER 27. props Retell a story LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar The apostrophe Future time using will ' Sound System Plural forms /iz/.lighting design Ask questions politely Reading and identifying costume design.31. (Science and Technology) 1 Asking questions politely to get information Participating in teacher . B6 DT1 E1 2 Identifying main ideas and supporting details Giving the sequence of Sound System events Dipthongs: /au/ and /eu/ Talking about characters in a story Vocabulary Words related to recycling 3 Write a story Literature Component Rumpelstiltskin Page 6 . Values and citizenship Education. for the Real World Thinking Skills Multiple Intelligences. ICT. sound and interview sound effects.guided class discussions Jotting down key ideas of a text listened to Following sequence of Retelling the story in ideas one`s own words Grammar Rules of subjectverb agreement Prep. for the Real World Thinking Skills Multiple Intelligences. WANT NOT. 3 Talking about characters in a story Vocabulary and writing a simple Words related to paragraph on one/ two ambitions characters CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 30. hopes and understanding a text ambitions Preparing stage facilities./vz/ and /aiz/ PBS SUGGESTED DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Prep.28.29 Chapter 11 22/7/13 LOOKING 8/6/2013 AHEAD (People and Social Issues) LEVEL 1 2 LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use Talk about one`s Listening to and Rumpelstiltskin: dreams. Values and citizenship Education.32 19/8/13 9/6/2013 Chapter 12 WASTE NOT. to get information important ideas in an makeup. ICT.

trees Thinking Skills Learning how to learn skills Knowledge Acquisition Values and citizenship Education Page 7 . intonation. teacher . refuting and giving details Participating in teacher . Vocabulary Words related to Representation by Rafflesia actors impersonating Words related to the characters and catchment areas performing the dialogue Words related to and action.to ask questions Sound System Dipthongs /e/ and /u/ Vocabulary Words related to a poem Words related to gardens Dictionary work Grammar The future time-' going to'. Simple and Compound sentences PBS SUGGESTED DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking Skills Learning how to learn skills Knowledge Acquisition 35. Stress in compound words Narrating the sequence of events.WEEKS THEME/ CHAPTER 33.guided class information in a poem discussions Understanding literal and figurative meaning. stress and Participating in Read and locate rhythm. wh words. Writing a short letter Read a description of (with guidance) to a a hobby Write a short Rumpelstiltskin: friend about one`s composition about a Representation by hobby hobby actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action.36 Chapter 14 23/09/13 SAVE OUR 10/4/2013 JUNGLES (Science and Technology) 1 2 3 Talking about values Sound System and themesin the story.guided class discussions Read and locate information in an article Writing a composition Rumpelstiltskin: Retelling stories in one's own words LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar Imperatives.34 Chapter 13 09/09/13 GARDEN 9/20/2013 TREASURES (Science and Technology) LEVEL 1 2 3 LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use Giving oral and written Reciting poem with instruction to do feelings and with something correct pronunciation. Responding appropriately to questions by stating.

etc.38 Chapter 15 1 Talk about life in the Read and locate Drama:Rumpelstiltskin 07/10/13 A PEEP INTO future based on information in a story Technical Production 10/18/2013 THE FUTURE situations Act out a drama.42 Chapter 15 04/11/13 A PEEP INTO 11/15/2013 THE FUTURE (Science and Technology) Prepared by: PEPERIKSAAN AKHIR TAHUN Reading newspaper articles. 2 Listen to a text and Write responses to (Science and sequence pictures picture stimuli.WEEKS THEME/ LEVEL LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION CHAPTER Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use 37. etc. and discussing points of with friends Write a story Saying what one thinks about the text and writing a paragraph or two An Overview Checked by: Checked by: Verified by: Vocabulary Words related to a story Words related to the future ROBITAH BT NOORDIN ADILA BT AHMAD Ketua Panitia Bahasa Inggeris JULAILA BT YAHYA Guru Kanan Bahasa Page 8 . letter to the thinks about the text editor.guided class the characters and discussions on topics performing the dialogue of interest by giving and action. letter to the editor. one`s opinion 3 Reading newspaper Write a story Saying what one articles.40 21/10/13 11/1/2013 41. and and writing a discussing points of paragraph or two with friends An Overview LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar Modal verbs: may and might Adverbs of manner Sound System Stresses in two and three syllable words Vocabulary Words related to a story Words related to the future PBS SUGGESTED DESCRIPTOR EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking Skills ICT Multiple Intelligences Knowledge Acquisition Values and citizenship education 39. Noting Technology) important details Representation by Participating in actors impersonating teacher .

Reading & Comprehension 2. Guided Writing 3. Reading & Comprehension 2. Grammar i) Positive and Negative statements ii) Collective Nouns 4. Grammar i) Simple Present Tense ii) Sequence Connectors 4.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 1-5 Chapter 3: CHANGING SCENES ( PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT) 1. Reading & Comprehension 2.8 16/02/2009 27/02/2009 9. IPOH PEMETAAN P&P BAHASA INGGERIS TINGKATAN 2 (2009) WEEKS 1.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 11-15 3.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 6-10 Chapter 4: CITY EXTRA (PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT) 1.4 19/01/2009 30/01/2009 5.12 23/03/2009 3/4/2009 . Guided Writing 3. Guided Writing 3.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 6-10 Chapter 6: DAY IN DAY OUT (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1. Grammar i) Adjectives of comparisons. Grammar i) Adverbs of place and time ii) Simple Past Tense 4. Grammar i) Simple Present Tense ii) Conjunctions 4. comparatives and superlatives 4. Reading & Comprehension 2. Guided Writing 3.6 2/2/2009 13/02/2009 7. Grammar i) WH Questions ii) Contractions 4. Reading & Comprehension 2.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 1-5 Chapter 2 : JOBS PEOPLE DO (PEOPLE) 1. Reading & Comprehension 2.10 2/3/2009 13/03/2009 USBF 1 3/3-5/3/2009 11.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 6-10 UJIAN SELARAS BERFOKUS 1 Chapter 5: THE VALUES OF FRIENDSHIP (PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT) 1. Guided Writing 3.SMK RAJA PEREMPUAN. Guided Writing 3.2 5/1/2009 16/01/2009 THEME/TOPIC Chapter 1: GOOD TIMES TOGETHER (PEOPLE) 1.

Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 16-20 Chapter 10: WISE CHOICES (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1. Grammar i) Prepositions of time ii) Prepositions of direction 4. Reading & Comprehension 2. Grammar i) Modals ii) Articles 4. Guided Writing 3. Reading & Comprehension 2.WEEKS THEME/TOPIC 13. Grammar i) 'some' and 'any' ii) Prepositions of measure 4.22 15/06/2009 26/06/2009 23. Guided Writing 3. Grammar i) Plural nouns ii) Modals 4.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 11-15 REVISION MID-YEAR EXAMINATION DISCUSSION OF EXAMINATION PAPERS Chapter 9: HEALTH AND WEALTH (HEALTH AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 11-15 Chapter 8: A HEALTHIER YOU (HEALTH AND PEOPLE) 1. Guided Writing 3.24 29/06/2009 10/7/2009 . Guided Writing 3.17 27/04/2009 8/5/2009 Chapter 7: PRECIOUS MOMENTS (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 21-25 18-20 11/5-29/5/2009 14/5-26/5/2009 27/5-29/5/2009 21. Reading & Comprehension 2.14. Reading & Comprehension 2.15 6/4/2009 24/04/2009 16.

Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 26-29 Chapter 14: SAVE OUR JUNGLES (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1. Discussion of examination papers 2. Reading & Comprehension 2. Reading & Comprehension 2.Literature: Robinson Crusoe: An overview REVISION END OF YEAR EXAMINATION 1.30 10/08/2009 21/08/2009 31.32 01/09/2009 11/9/2009 33.38 12/10-23/10/2009 39-41 26/10-13/11/2009 42 16/11/2009 20/11/2009 . Grammar i) Subject Verb Agreement 4. Reading & Comprehension 2.26 13/7/200924/07/2009 27.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 21-25 UJIAN SELARAS BERFOKUS 2 DISCUSSION OF EXAMINATION PAPERS Chapter 13: GARDEN TREASURES (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1. Reading & Comprehension 2. Public Speaking 29. Reading & Comprehension 2. Guided Writing 3. Guided Writing 3.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 26-29 Chapter 15: A PEEP INTO THE FUTURE (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1.34 14/09/2009 25/09/2009 35.36 28/09/2009 9/10/2009 37. Grammar i) The future time 'going to' ii) Simple and compound sentence 4. Grammar i) Imperatives 4. Guided Writing 3. Grammar i) Modal verbs ii) Adverbs of manners 4.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 21-25 Chapter 12: WASTE NOT. Guided Writing 3.28 27/07/2009 7/8/2009 THEME/TOPIC Chapter 11: LOOKING AHEAD (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1. Guided Writing 3.WEEKS 25. WANT NOT (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1. Language games 3. Grammar i) The apostrophe ii) Future time using ' will ' 4.

24 29/6/2009 10/7/2009 .Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 11-15 REVISION MID-YEAR EXAMINATION DISCUSSION OF EXAMINATION PAPERS Chapter 9: HEALTH AND WEALTH (HEALTH AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 6-10 Chapter 6: DAY IN DAY OUT (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1. Guided Writing 3. Guided Writing 3. Reading & Comprehension 2. Grammar i) Adverbs of place and time ii) Simple Past Tense 4. Reading & Comprehension 2. comparatives and superlatives 4. Reading & Comprehension 2. Grammar i) Adjectives of comparisons. Reading & Comprehension 2. Guided Writing 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 18-20 11/5-29/5/2009 14/5-26/5/2009 27/5-29/5/2009 21.17 27/04/2009 8/5/2009 Chapter 7: PRECIOUS MOMENTS (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1. Grammar i) Simple Present Tense ii) Conjunctions 4.10 2/3/2009 13/3/2009 11.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 6-10 Chapter 5: THE VALUES OF FRIENDSHIP (PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT) 1. Guided Writing 3.14.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 1-5 Chapter 3: CHANGING SCENES ( PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT) 1. Grammar i) Plural nouns ii) Modals 4. Guided Writing 3. Grammar i) Simple Present Tense ii) Sequence Connectors 4.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 16-20 Chapter 10: WISE CHOICES (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1.15 6/4/2009 24/4/2009 16. Grammar i) Prepositions of time ii) Prepositions of direction 4. Grammar i) Modals ii) Articles 4. Reading & Comprehension 2.4 19/1/2009 30/1/2009 5. Guided Writing 3.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 1-5 Chapter 2 : JOBS PEOPLE DO (PEOPLE) 1. Reading & Comprehension 2. Grammar i) Positive and Negative statements ii) Collective Nouns 4.SMK RAJA PEREMPUAN. Guided Writing 3. Guided Writing 3. Grammar i) WH Questions ii) Contractions 4.22 15/6/2009 26/6/2009 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 23.2 5/1/2009 16/1/2009 THEME/TOPIC Chapter 1: GOOD TIMES TOGETHER (PEOPLE) 1.8 16/2/2009 27/2/2009 9. Reading & Comprehension 2.6 2/2/2009 13/2/2009 7.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 11-15 Chapter 8: A HEALTHIER YOU (HEALTH AND PEOPLE) 1. Reading & Comprehension 2.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 11-15 THEME/TOPIC LATIHAN MINIMA T. Guided Writing 3.12 23/3/2009 3/4/2009 WEEKS 13. IPOH DASAR LATIHAN MINIMA BAHASA INGGERIS BAHASA INGGERIS TINGKATAN 2 (2009) WEEKS 1. Reading & Comprehension 2.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 6-10 Chapter 4: CITY EXTRA (PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT) 1.T KETUA KELAS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3. Reading & Comprehension 2. Guided Writing 3.

Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 21-25 Chapter 12: WASTE NOT. Reading & Comprehension 2. Discussion of examination papers 2.28 27/7/2009 7/8/2009 29. Public Speaking 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 33. Grammar i) 'some' and 'any' ii) Prepositions of measure 4. Reading & Comprehension 2. Grammar i) Subject Verb Agreement 4. Grammar i) The future time 'going to' ii) Simple and compound sentence 4.32 1/9/2009 11/9/2009 Chapter 13: GARDEN TREASURES (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1. Guided Writing 3.34 14/9/2009 25/9/2009 35.36 28/9/2009 9/10/2009 1 1 1 1 1 37-38 12/10-23/10/2009 39-41 26/10-13/11/2009 42 6/11/200716/11/2007 .Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 26-29 Chapter 15: A PEEP INTO THE FUTURE (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1. Language games 3. Guided Writing 3. Reading & Comprehension 2. Grammar i) Modal verbs ii) Adverbs of manners 4. Reading & Comprehension 2.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 26-29 Chapter 14: SAVE OUR JUNGLES (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1.26 9/7-12/07/2007 WEEKS 25/26 13/7/2009 24/7/2009 3.30 10/8/2009 21/8/2009 31. Guided Writing 3. WANT NOT (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1. Grammar i) The apostrophe ii) Future time using ' will ' 4.Literature: Robinson Crusoe: An overview REVISION END OF YEAR EXAMINATION 1.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 21-25 JULY TEST THEME/TOPIC Chapter 11: LOOKING AHEAD (PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUES) 1. Guided Writing 3.Literature: Robinson Crusoe Chapters 21-25 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 27. Grammar i) Imperatives 4. Guided Writing 3. Reading & Comprehension 2.

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