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English Scheme of Work for Year 4

English Scheme of Work for Year 4

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World of
Stories

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the
correct pronunciation of words that
end with initial blends .
2. Talk about the actions of the
characters in stories read and give
reasons why one likes or dislikes the
stories.
3. Read and understand simple
poems and stories.
4. Write simple sentences and ‘Wh’
questions.
5. Listen to and enjoy stories, fables
and other tales , and predict
outcomes and draw conclusion.
6. Read and give details about
characters in the story.
7. Fill in missing words in

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions.
1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate
understanding by pointing to pictures.
1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’
questions.
1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems.
1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals.
1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple
“wh’ questions.
2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word
contractions.
2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation.
2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard,
read and viewed in simple language.
2.2.1 Ask ‘wh’ questions to seek informations.
2.4.3 Complete parts of a story heard before .
2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and break
appropriate gestures.
2.5.1 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly.
2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard.

Grammar: -
-Pronouns
Interrogative pronouns

-Adjectives of colour,
shape and size
-Comparative nouns
-Superlative form
-The Simple Past Tense
-Punctuation
(Exclamation mark)

Vocabulary:-

Animals, asked, found, heard, flew.
Left, opened, ago, trotted, journey,
were, why, legends, folk , tales,
fables, greedy, crow, hawk, eagle,
claws, incident , upset, characters,
excitement, surprise, anger, shock,

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Story Time

sentences. 8Ask and answer
questions.
9. Write comprehension answers.

2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little about them.
2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read.
2.6.3 give reasons why one likes or does not like the story.
2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends
and (xi) word contractions.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively.
3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story.
3.9.3 read and talk about the actions of people and animals in the story heard
or read.
4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing.
4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words .
4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

happiness, sadness, tapir , rhino ,
bullied , entertain , chiefs, filed
down , chew , strength, herbs, dye ,
criminal, condition, ashamed,
furry, bright-eyed, comic, leaping,
swinging, gibbering , snorting,
roaring, hyena, adore, auctions,
orphans, auditions.

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

SPECIFICATIONS

Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary

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