Yearly Plan 2012 for English Year 3 SJK (T) Jenjarom

Month / Date Unit / Theme / Topic Curriculum Specification Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand simple spoken sentences. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. 1.6.1 Listen to and understand simple messages. 1.6.2 Listen to simple messages and recall details by answering simple Wh-questions. 1.7.2 Respond verbally by stating one’s likes and dislikes. 1.7.3 Listen to fairy tales, fables, and short stories and answer simple questions on the people and animals of the story, and the place of the story. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat expressions with correct intonation and stress. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes by joining in with words and phrases. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full. 2.5.2 Give details about the people or animals in the story heard or read. 2.6.2 Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.7.1 Thank people. 2.7.2 Seek permission. 2.7.3 Say sorry. Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Ask and answer politely - Give and follow instructions - Write a message Language Contents Grammar • Punctuations: Commas (for listing), capital letters, full stops and question marks Vocabulary • Help, sorry, thank you, welcome, please, may Sound system • Initial blends cl / kl / Sentence patterns • Thank you • You’re welcome • I’m sorry • May I…? • Please… Moral value • Be polite

January
Week 1 4/1/2012 – 6/1/2012 Week 2 9/1/2012 – 13/1/2012

Unit
1

World of self

Theme

Topic
Week 3 16/1/2012 – 20/1/2012 Meeting people

Week 4 23/1/2012 – 27/1/2012 (Chinese New Year)

Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.6.3 Make small words from big words 3.8.1 Talk about pictures in a story, poem, or rhyme. 3.8.3 Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.3 Write words and phrases clearly and legibly. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.7.1 Use commas in a list. 4.8.2 Write simple messages to friends and relatives. Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.3 Identify the correct sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position

February
Week 5
30/1/2012 – 3/2/2012

Unit
2

Theme
World of

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Learn number 21 to 30 - Ask and answer questions about number

Grammar • Questions and responses • Countable nouns: • Singular and plural nouns Vocabulary • Twenty-one,

knowledge Week 6

6/2/2012 – 10/2/2012

Numbers 21 – 30

Topic

13/2/2012 – 17/2/2012

Week 7

d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.4 Listen to and group words according to the beginning sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand the numbers 21 - 25. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand the numbers 26-30. - when the numbers are added and subtracted. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand simple spoken sentences. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat expressions with correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions and give answers clearly and correctly. 2.2.1 Ask simple Wh-questions. 2.2.3 Ask questions about numbers. 2.3.3 Give replies pertaining to numbers. 2.3.4 Give replies pertaining to numbers 21 - 30: identifying, stating. 2.3.5 Give longer replies when answering questions. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.5 Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. 3.1.6 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud the numbers 21 - 25 in its numeral

twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty Sound system • Initial blend cr / kr /

• Sentence

Week 8
20/2/2012 – 24/2/2012

• • • • •

27/2/2012 – 2/3/2012

Week 9

patterns What number comes before / after…? It is… What is ___ plus ___? Take away ___ from ___. What is the answer? There is a ___ on the ___. There are ___ on the ___.

Moral value • Be thankful

and word forms. 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases. 3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.7.2 Read and give details. 3.7.3 Answer simple comprehension questions. 3.8.3 Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. 3.8.4 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story. Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.3 Write words and phrases clearly and legibly. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.7.1 Use commas in a list.

March
Week 10
5/3/2012 – 9/3/2012

Unit
3

Theme
World of knowledge

Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.3 Identify the correct sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Name plants, trees and flowers - Name the parts of a plant / tree - Describe plants

Grammar • Demonstrative pronouns: This, that, those • Articles: A, an, the with singular nouns Vocabulary • Fruit, leaf, root,

Week 11
12/3/2012 16/3/2012 (Mid semester break)

Plants, trees and flowers

Topic

d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat expressions with correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions and give answers clearly and correctly. 2.2.1 Ask simple Wh-questions. 2.3.1 Respond to simple Wh-questions. 2.3.2 Give one-word replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals, etc. 2.3.6 Give replies after adding and subtracting numbers. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation.

branch, trunk, flower, stem, thorn, hibiscus, orchid Sound system • Initial diagraph sh /sh / Sentence patterns • What is this/that? • This is a rose. • What are these/those? • These/those are orchids. • This is a banana trees. • They have big leaves. • The leaves are green. Moral values • Love the environment • Love nature

Week 12
19/3/2012 – 23/3/2012

Week 13
26/3/2012 – 30/3/2012

3.4.3 3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.8.3

Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. Talk about pictures of a simple factual text. Read and give details. Answer simple comprehension questions. Read aloud simple rhymes or poems.

Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.8.4 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

April
Week 14
2/4/2012 – 6/4/2012

Unit
4 World of knowledge

Theme

Topic
Week 15
9/4/2012 – 13/4/2012

Hobbies

Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.3 Identify the correct sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.4 Listen to and group words according to the beginning sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Talk about hobbies - Ask others about their hobbies - Write about hobbies

Grammar • Personal pronouns: “I”, “He”, “she” • Possessive pronouns: “my”, “his”, “her” • Conjunctions: “and, “but” Vocabulary • Collecting, coins, keeping, table tennis, pets, stamps,

Week 16
16/4/2012 – 20/4/2012

Week 17
23/4/2012 – 27/4/2012

1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand simple spoken sentences. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. 1.6.2 Listen to simple messages and recall details by answering simple Wh-questions. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat expressions with correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions and give answers clearly and correctly. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes by joining in with words and phrases. 2.7.4 Talk about oneself and one’s family to neighbours and friends. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.5 Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. 3.1.6 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently.

badminton, hobby, playing Sound system • Initial diagraph ch /t / Sentence patterns • My hobby is… • I like …. and …. • He / She is … • His / Her hobby is … • He / She likes … and …. • Jin Hao likes … but Priya likes …

3.7.2 3.7.3 3.8.1 3.8.3 3.8.4

Read and give details. Answer simple comprehension questions. Talk about pictures in a story, poem, or rhyme. Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story.

Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.8.2 Write simple messages to friends and relatives.

May
Week 18
30/4/2012 – 4/5/2012 (1st May – Labour Day)

Unit
5 World of story

Theme Topic
Stories

Week 19
7/5/2012 – 11/5/2012

Week 20

Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.3 Identify the correct sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. 1.7.1 Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and respond - nonverbally.

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Tell stories - Read stories - Write stories

Grammar • Simple present tense (subjectverb agreement): • Simple past tense • Verbs: Regular verbs Irregular verbs Vocabulary • Robbers, people, villagers, fight, hide, saved, went, loved, steal

14/5/2012 – 18/5/2012

1.7.2 Respond verbally by stating one’s likes and dislikes. 1.7.3 Listen to fairy tales, fables, and short stories and answer simple questions on the people and animals of the story, and the place of the story. 2.1.1 Speaking Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full. Name the people or animals in the story heard or read. Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. Reading Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position Identify letter shapes by their sounds. Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. Read and understand simple sentences. Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. Talk about pictures of a simple factual text. Read and give details. Answer simple comprehension questions. Talk about pictures in a story, poem, or rhyme. Read aloud simple stories. Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story. Read and give the sequence of events in stories.

Sound system • Vowels in the initial position:

Week 21
21/5/2012 – 25/5/2012

ᵃ /ᵆ /ᵘ /
Sentence patterns • Long ago, there was… • One day… Moral values • Love for country • Love for parents • Kindness • Bravery

Week 22
28/5/2012 – 1/6/2012 (Semester break)

2.1.2 2.4.2 2.5.1 2.6.2 3.1.1

Week 23
4/6/2012 – 8/6/2012 (Semester break) 3.1.2 3.1.3

3.1.5 3.2.2 3.2.4 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.4.1 3.4.3 3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.8.1 3.8.2 3.8.3 3.8.4 3.8.6

Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.1 Form simple sentences by arranging words. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.8.5 Write simple stories with little or no guidance.

June
Week 23
4/6/2012 – 8/6/2012 (Semester break)

Unit
6

Theme
World of knowledge Things at home

Topic

Week 24
11/6/2012 – 15/6/2012

Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories. 1.3.3 Listen to and understand key phrases. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat expressions with correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions and give answers clearly and correctly. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. 2.3.1 Respond to simple Wh-questions.

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Name things in the home - Use adjectives - Give the location of things at home - Write about things at home

Grammar • Adjective: Colour, shape and size • Interrogative pronoun: “Where” • Prepositions of location: “in”, “on”, “under”, “near” Vocabulary • Sofa, fan, radio, refrigerator, stove, kettle, clock, television Sound system • Diphtong in initial position i/ al/ Sentence patterns

Week 25
18/6/2012 – 22/6/2012

Week 26
25/6/2012

– 29/6/2012

2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.5 Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.6.1 Read and recognise words. 3.6.2 Group words according to categories. 3.7.1 Talk about pictures of a simple factual text. 3.7.2 Read and give details. 3.8.2 Read aloud simple stories. 3.8.3 Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. 3.8.4 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story. Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.3 Write words and phrases clearly and legibly.

• Where is the blue book? • The blue book is in/ on/ under/ near the big cupboard. Moral values • Value your home and the things in it • Responsibility

4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.6.2 Spell seen phrases correctly. 4.7.1 Use commas in a list. 4.8.4 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

July
Week 27
2/7/2012 – 6/7/2012

Unit
7 World of knowledge

Theme

Week 28
9/7/2012 – 13/7/2012

Topic
Places outside the home

Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand simple spoken sentences. 1.4.2 Listen to and learn words of direction. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.4.4 Listen to and follow simple directions. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.4 Ask questions and give answers clearly and correctly. 2.2.1 Ask simple Wh-questions. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Name places outside the home - Ask for and give information - Write about places - Give simple directions - Write simple directions

Grammar • Wh-question words: “when”, “where” • Prepositions of location: “to”, “up”, “down” Vocabulary • Library, florist, bakery, mosque, market, bookshop Sound system • Vowel in the medial position a /a: / Sentence patterns • Please tell me the way to … • Go down this road. Turn left. Walk up the hill. • Where are you

Week 29
16/7/2012 – 20/7/2012

Week 30
23/7/2012 – 27/7/2012

3.1.2 3.1.3

3.2.2 3.2.4 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.8.4 3.8.6

c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position Identify letter shapes by their sounds. Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. Read and understand simple sentences. Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. Talk about pictures of a simple factual text. Read and give details. Answer simple comprehension questions. Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story. Read and give the sequence of events in stories.

going? I am going to the market. • Where is the …? It is the big building on your left. • When are you going to…? On Friday. Moral values • Love for one’s neighbourhood

Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.3 Write words and phrases clearly and legibly. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.3.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at a picture.

4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.8.3 Write simple instructions with guidance.

August
Week 32
6/8/2012 – 10/8/2012 (6th August – Nuzul Quran)

Unit
8

Theme
World of stories

Topic
More Stories

Week 33
13/8/2012 – 17/8/2012

Week 34
20/8/2012 – 24/8/2012 (Mid-term break)

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.3 Identify the correct sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.4 Listen to and group words according to the beginning sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full. 2.6.2 Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Read stories - Tell stories - Write stories

Grammar • Simple present tense (imperatives) for instructions • Sequence connectors Vocabulary • Cut, color, gum, tie, told, draw, scissors, bookmark, ribbon, card Sound system • Word families: the “all” family and the “at” family Sentence patterns • First, draw a picture. • Next, colour the picture. • Then cut a hole. • Lastly, tie the ribbon. Moral values • Helpful

Week 35
27/8/2012 – 31/8/2012 (Independence Day)

3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. 3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.7.2 Read and give details. 3.7.3 Answer simple comprehension questions. 3.8.1 Talk about pictures in a story, poem, or rhyme. 3.8.3 Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. 3.8.4 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story. 3.8.6 Read and give the sequence of events in stories. 3.9.1 Read widely at one’s own pace according to one’s interest. Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.3 Write words and phrases clearly and legibly. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.8.5 Write simple stories with little or no guidance.

Septembe r
Week 36
3/9/2012 – 7/9/2012

Unit
9

Theme
World of knowledge Following Instructions

Topic

1.1.2 Listen to and repeat word families: the ‘all’ family, the ‘at’ family. 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.3 Listen to and understand key phrases. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand simple spoken sentences. 1.4.1 Listen to and learn words of instructions. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Speaking 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat expressions with correct intonation and stress. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full.

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Give and follow instructions - Make things

Grammar • Simple present tense • Simple past tense Vocabulary • Narrow, cross, wait, pushed, middle, hurry, trunk, tripped, bridge, happened Sound system

Week 37
10/9/2012

– 14/9/2012

3.1.4 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.4 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.5.1 3.6.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.8.2 3.8.3 3.8.4 3.8.6

Week 38
17/9/2012 – 21/9/2012 (Replacement off day for Malaysia Day on 17th)

Week 39
24/9/2012 – 28/9/2012

Reading Read and group words according to word families: the ‘all’ family, the ‘at’ family. Recognise complete words. Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. Read and understand simple sentences. Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. Understand the meaning of a word by looking at the words before and after that particular word. Read and recognise words. Read and give details. Answer simple comprehension questions. Read aloud simple stories. Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story. Read and give the sequence of events in stories.

• Vowel in the medial position ee /l: / and oo /u: / Sentence patterns • There was a … • One morning … • One hot afternoon … • Suddenly … • Then, … Moral values • Honesty • Kindness • Bravery • Cooperative

Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.3 Write words and phrases clearly and legibly. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.3.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.8.3 Write simple instructions with guidance.

October
Week 40
1/10/2012 – 5/109/2012

Unit
10

Theme
World of knowledge Looking Back

Topic

Week 41
8/10/2012 – 12/10/2012

Week 42
15/10/2012 – 19/10/2012

Week 43
22/10/2012 – 26/10/2012 (Hari Raya Aidil Adha on 26th)

Week 44
29/10/2012 – 2/11/2012

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.2 Listen to and repeat word families: the ‘all’ family, the ‘at’ family. 1.1.3 Identify the correct sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.1.4 Listen to and group words according to the beginning sound: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable and 2syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand the numbers 21 - 25. 1.3.3 Listen to and understand key phrases. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand the numbers 26-30. - when the numbers are added and subtracted. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand simple spoken sentences. 1.4.1 Listen to and learn words of instructions. 1.4.2 Listen to and learn words of direction. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.4.4 Listen to and follow simple directions. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. 1.6.1 Listen to and understand simple messages. 1.6.2 Listen to simple messages and recall details by answering simple Wh-questions. 1.7.1 Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and respond - nonverbally. 1.7.2 Respond verbally by stating one’s likes and dislikes. 1.7.3 Listen to fairy tales, fables, and short stories and answer simple questions on the people and animals of the story, and the place of the story. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Spell the key words learnt in Year 3 - Use the sentence patterns learnt in Year 3

Grammar • Simple present tense • Simple past tense Vocabulary • Narrow, cross, wait, pushed, middle, hurry, trunk, tripped, bridge, happened Sound system • Vowel in the medial position ee /l: / and oo /u: / Sentence patterns • There was a … • One morning … • One hot afternoon … • Suddenly … • Then, … Moral values • Honesty • Kindness • Bravery • Cooperative

Week 45
5/11/2012 – 9/11/2012

School holiday 10/11/2012 – 2/1/2013

c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position. 2.1.2 Pronounce monosyllable and 2-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat expressions with correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions and give answers clearly and correctly. 2.2.1 Ask simple Wh-questions. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. 2.2.3 Ask questions about numbers. 2.3.1 Respond to simple Wh-questions. 2.3.2 Give one-word replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals, etc. 2.3.3 Give replies pertaining to numbers. 2.3.4 Give replies pertaining to numbers 21 - 30: identifying, stating. 2.3.5 Give longer replies when answering questions. 2.3.6 Give replies after adding and subtracting numbers. 2.3.7 Refute statements and give the correct answer or number. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes by joining in with words and phrases. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes in full. 2.4.3. Complete parts of a story heard before. 2.5.1 Name the people or animals in the story heard or read. 2.5.2 Give details about the people or animals in the story heard or read. 2.5.3 Name the good and bad people or animals and talk a little about them. 2.6.1 Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.6.2 Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.7.1 Thank people. 2.7.2 Seek permission. 2.7.3 Say sorry. 2.7.4 Talk about oneself and one’s family to neighbours and friends. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) vowels in initial position b) vowels in medial position c) blends in initial position d) digraphs in initial position 3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families: the ‘all’ family, the ‘at’ family.

3.1.5 3.1.6 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.5.1 3.6.1 3.6.2 3.6.3 3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.8.1 3.8.2 3.8.3 3.8.4 3.8.5 3.8.6 3.9.1

Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. Compare words for similar and different sounds. Read and learn the meaning of 5 keywords for each topic taught. Recognise and read aloud the numbers 21 - 25 in its numeral and word forms. Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of their own. Read and understand phrases. Read and understand simple sentences. Read and understand a simple paragraph of 3-4 sentences. Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. Understand the meaning of a word by looking at the words before and after that particular word. Read and recognise words. Group words according to categories. Make small words from big words Talk about pictures of a simple factual text. Read and give details. Answer simple comprehension questions. Talk about pictures in a story, poem, or rhyme. Read aloud simple stories. Read aloud simple rhymes or poems. Read and give details about the people, animals and places in the story. Read and give details in the poem. Read and give the sequence of events in stories. Read widely at one’s own pace according to one’s interest.

Writing 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear and legible print: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.1.2 Write clearly and legibly numerals 21 - 30 in both number and word forms. 4.2.1 Write letters of the alphabet clearly and legibly paying attention to: - small letters - capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.2 Write clearly and legibly numerals 21 - 30 in both number and word forms.

4.2.3 Write words and phrases clearly and legibly. 4.2.4 Write sentences (at least 3-5 words per sentence) in clear legible print. 4.3.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.3.2 Match words to other words. 4.4.1 Complete missing letters in texts. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.1 Form simple sentences by arranging words. 4.5.2 Construct simple and compound sentences using a substitution table. 4.5.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell seen words correctly. 4.6.2 Spell seen phrases correctly. 4.7.1 Use commas in a list. 4.8.1 Write lists. 4.8.2 Write simple messages to friends and relatives. 4.8.3 Write simple instructions with guidance. 4.8.4 Write simple descriptions with guidance. 4.8.5 Write simple stories with little or no guidance.

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