SMKD ENGLISH PANEL

FORM THREE ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK

2012

CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL 1 PEOPLE : FAMOUS PERSONALITIES 4 Jan – 6 Jan (1 week)

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LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Ask and respond politely to questions Take part in discussions

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listen to a conversation : give important details Read an article : scan for details Read an article : identify main ideas, details, contextual clues Identify base words Read an article: make inferences, draw conclusions Write a description : expand notes Listen to a dialogue : give important details Read an article: scan for details State words of similar meaning Read an article: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues

LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR The simple present tense

SOUND SYSTEM Consonants: c/k/ as in ‘call’ r/r/as in ‘red’

VOCABULAR Y Base words

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES ICT Skills Preparation for the Real World Multiple Intelligences

Poetry: Revision of Form One and Form Two Poetry.

Adjectives

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PEOPLE : FAMOUS PERSONALITIES, HEROES NEAR AND FAR

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Ask questions politely and respond appropriately Take part in discussions Exchange ideas

3 9 Jan – 13 Jan (1 week) PEOPLE, SOCIAL ISSUES : TO SERVE WITH LOVE 16 Jan – 2 Feb (2 weeks) 1 Seek clarification

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Read an article; make inferences, draw conclusions Write a description : expand notes Listen to a dialogue: give Poem: A Fighter’s Personal important details Lines pronouns Read a Web page: scan for Activities from the details workbook/ Internet Possessive materials. pronouns Read a Web page: identify main ideas, details, contextual clues Understand formation of prefixes CHINESE NEW YEAR BREAK (23 JAN-27 JAN) CROSS COUNTRY EVENT (3 FEB)

Poem: A Fighter’s Lines Listen to poet’s b/g Read the poem aloud Read about mood and tone in the poem Notes on poem

The simple present tense Collective nouns

Consonants: d/d/ as in ‘sand’ dd/d/ as in ‘meddle’

Synonyms

Learning How To Learn Skills Multiple Intelligences Values and citizenship

Long vowel sound /ae/ as in ‘back’ Short vowel sound /e/ as in ‘set’

Prefixes – ‘inter’, ‘pre’

ICT Skills Multiple Intelligences

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SMKD ENGLISH PANEL CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE GRAMMAR SOUND SYSTEM VOCABULAR Y EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES 2 .

scan for details Use the dictionary Read a report . contextual clues 2 8 Feb – 11 Feb (1 week) 3 Take part in conversation and discussions Write a letter asking for advice Talk about self. identify main ideas. what others say about the characters Adjectives Adverbs of time Adverbs of place Long vowel sound /a. make inferences./ as in ‘farm’ Short vowel sound / /as in ‘must Antonyms Knowledge Acquisition Learning How To Learn Skills Multiple Intelligences SOCIAL ISSUES : SCHOOL LIFE 1 13 – 17 Feb (1 weeks) 2 Take part in discussions Exchange ideas and give opinions Participate in discussions by giving and supporting opinions Describe characters in a novel : what the writer says about physical appearances and personalities Describe physical setting (place) in a story Describe characters in a novel: what the character thinks. details. says or does Subject-verb agreement Long vowel sound /u.SMKD ENGLISH PANEL SOCIAL ISSUES : BRIDGING THE GAP 1 Greet and exchange pleasantries Listen to a dialogue . move beyond text Interpret information from graphs Write a report Make predictions 7 FEB – PROPHET MUHAMMAD BIRTHDAY REPLACEMENT SCHOOL BREAK 11 FEB – REPLACE MENT SCHOOL DAY FOR THURSDAY 26th JAN 3 . plot. make inferences. give important details Read a report ./as in ‘broom’ Short vowel sound /u/ as in ‘look’ Dictionary skills Thinking Skills Multiple Intelligences Future Studies 3 Read a report . setting Describe characters in a novel. details. move beyond the text Listen to a talk . give important details Read an article . identify main ideas. contextual clues Read an article . moral values. past experiences Novel: The Railway Children Talk about elements of a novel : characterization. theme. scan for details State words opposite in meaning Read an article .

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contextual of a plot(events) theme. details contextual clues Understand formation of suffixes Poem: Leisure Read a magazine article.Character & characteristics . ‘but’. story to one’s life workbook/ Internet inferences. interests Enquire about services offered Take part in Clarify the type of discussions services offered Fill put a service form Write a formal letter: use appropriate format 3 2 3 Read a speech : identify main ideas. ‘is’. ‘-ship’ -masculine -feminine EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES EMPHASES Preparation for Knowledge the Real World Acquisition Preparation for he Real World ICT Skills 2 2 3 3 HEALTH: SOUND MIND. Relate values in a Activities from the Read a speech: make identify cause and effect.Introduction to the author ideas. culture and place) GRAMMAR GRAMMAR Talk about the Phrasal verbs future using the present continuous tense. identify Read advertisements: identify Understand themes in cause and effect main ideas. Write a report :expand notes Write a text of a speech. details. ‘might’. give important Listen to a radio talk: give details important details Read a magazine article. ‘going to’ and ‘will’ ‘am’. Listen to a talk: give important expand notes details Literature Component Scan for details in texts read The Railway Children ( Chapters 1 – 9) Read posters: identify main . details. Contractions ‘then’ ‘finally’ main ideas. details. ’or’. ‘may’. ‘next’. setting First Term Examination Read posters: identify cause 27 Feb– 9 March and effect Listen to an interview: give Role play an event in Conjunctions – Write a speech to express important details the story ‘and’. identify main ideas. scan Read a speech: scan for for details details Read a magazine article. setting Read a news report. clues plot. ‘are’ * verb * ‘ing’ ‘going to’-‘will’ Modals‘can’. contextual a story Write a recount : expand clues notes Read advertisements : draw Relate themes in the 3 MARCH – REPLACEMENT SCHOOL DAY FOR FRIDAY 27th JAN conclusions story to one’s life th th 10 MARCH-18 MARCH: FIRST TERM SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 27 th Prepositions of place and direction Prepositions to show time and quantity Diphthongs: /ei/ as in ‘faint’ Consonant clusters at /ai/ as in ‘dry’ the beginning of words: /gr/ as in ‘grain’ /tr/ as in ‘train’ One word for a group of words Multiple Intelligences Knowledge Acquisition Preparation for the Real World Thesaurus skills ICT Terms ICT Skills Preparation for the Real World Multiple Multiple Intelligences Intelligences Knowledge Thinking Skills Acquisition ICT Skills 26th APRIL – HARI ANUGERAH KECEMERLANGAN APRIL – HARI KOKURIKULUM & PERKHEMAHAN PERDANA 5 . past Replay phone experiences messages orally to the people concerned Take part in discussions Participate in teacher-guided class Take part in discussions by discussions agreeing and disagreeing politely LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE Listen to a talk.Plot. contextual clues . contextual clues LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE AESTHETIC USE Poem: Leisure Listen to poet’s b/g Read poem aloud Read about mood and Talk about social tone in the poem setting of a story Notes on poem (time. draw conclusions make inferences materials.SMKD ENGLISH PANEL CHAPTER/THEM CHAPTER/THEM E E HEALTH : GROWING SOCIAL PAINS ISSUES : TEENAGE CONCERNS 2 Apr – 6 Apr (1 week) 20 Feb – 24 Feb (1 week) LEVEL LEVEL 1 1 LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL INTERPERSONAL USE USE Talk about self. details. opinion: expand notes Narrate orally the events that ‘so’ Listen to a talk : give Novel: Short stories Positive and took place important details (Revision) negative Read a news report: scan for Sequence Read advertisements: scan for Talk about elements statements details connectorsdetails of short stories : ‘first’. ‘must’ SOUND SOUND SYSTEM SYSTEM Long vowel Diphthong sound / /as in /eu/ as in ‘fern’ ‘grow’ Short vowel sound / / As in ‘about’ VOCABULAR VOCABULARY Y Using words Suffixes to show ‘-ment’. moral values. Read a news report: identify Talk about elements characterization. SOUND BODY 1 Express hope and support Take part in discussions Exchange ideas and give information 2 9 Apr – 20 Apr (2 weeks) 3 HEALTH: A WEIGHTY ISSUE ENVIRONMENT : STORMY 19 Mar – 30 WEATHER Mar (2 weeks) 23 Apr – 4 May (1 week) 1 1 2 Talk about self. ‘-ness’ gender ‘-ion’.

The River. ‘more’. Mr.SMKD ENGLISH PANEL CHAPTER/THEME LEVEL 1 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Express appreciation ENVIRONMENT: FLOOD WOES 2 11th June – 15 June (1 week) Take part in discussions Exchange ideas and give opinions Write a letter of appreciation LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listen to a dialogue: give important details Read an article: scan for details Read an article : identify main ideas. draw conclusions. details. contextual clues LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE GRAMMAR Comparison of adjectives Regular forms ‘-er’. Flipping Fantastic . Nobody Compare people or things that are the same using ‘as…as’ Compare people or things that are not the same using ‘not as…as’ The present continuous tense Consonant clusters at the end of words : -sk/sk/ as in ‘mask’ -st/st/ as in ‘test’ Similes Multiple Intelligences Knowledge Acquisition 2 3 25 June . ‘worst’ SOUND SYSTEM Consonant clusters at the beginning of words: /gl/ as in ‘glee’ /pl/as in ‘place’ VOCABULARY Homographs EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Multiple Intelligences ICT Skills 3 Read an article : make inferences. contextual clues Read an article : draw conclusions. make inferences Revise Form One poems : relate messages and values in the poems to one’s life Form negative adjectives. using prefixes ‘un-‘. ‘better’. draw conclusions Give personal response to novels: characters values Give one’s opinion of the characters Relate moral values in the story to one’s life ENVIRONMENT: THE EARTH MOVED 1 Ask for assistance 2 3 19 June – 22 June (1 week Take part in discussions Exchange ideas and give opinions Write a letter seeking permission: use appropriate format Listen to a talk: give important details Read an article : scan for details Read an article : identify main ideas.29 June (1 week) 6 . ‘dis-‘. ‘most’ Irregular forms ‘bad’. make predictions Write a brochure : expand notes Revision of Form One Literature Component : -Black Beauty. ‘im-‘ and ‘non-‘ Consonant clusters at the end of words: -sh / / as in ‘splash -ch/t / as in ‘such’ Idioms ICT Skills Knowledge Acquisition 30th APRIL -9th MAY: REVISION WEEK 10 MAY-25th MAY: MID-TERM EXAMINATION 26th MAY-10th JUNE: MID TERM SCHOOL HOLIDAY th SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY : THE SEAS AROUND US 1 Listen to a dialogue : give important details Read a brochure : scan for details Take part in discussions Exchange ideas and give opinions Discuss plans to visit a place comparing deciding giving reasons for choice Read a brochure : make inferences. details . ‘-est’.

details. follow sequence of ideas Read an article : identify main ideas.Point of view. Flipping Fantastic .Values & messages Revision For Trial Examination/Jadual Anjal 23rd July-31st July PMR Trial Examination 1st Aug-9th Aug 7 .SMKD ENGLISH PANEL CHAPTER/THEME SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY : SEA HARVEST LEVEL 1 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 2 2 – 13 July (2 weeks) Tale part in discussions Exchange ideas and give opinions Participate in class discussions by-disagreeing politely and giving opinions -defining one’s point of view -seeking clarification LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listen to a lecture : give important details Read an article : scan for details.9) . language & style .The River.Themes & issues . make inferences Write an explanation : expand notes Listen to a lecture: give important details Read a magazine article: scan for details Read a magazine article: identify main ideas. Nobody GRAMMAR Formation of plurals -irregular plurals -nouns with no change in number in the plural form SOUND SYSTEM Stress in words VOCABULARY Homophones EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES ICT Skills Knowledge Acquisition Futures studies 3 1 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY : THE DYING SEAS 16 – 20 July (1 week) 2 3 Exchange ideas and give opinions Take part in discussions Write a letter to a foreign pen-pal : expand notes. contextual clues LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE Revision of Form One Literature Component : -Black Beauty. Mr. make simple predictions Punctuation : -capital letter -full stop -question mark -comma -apostrophe -exclamation mark Sentence stress and intonation Homonyms Knowledge Acquisition Futures Studies Literature Component The Railway Children ( Chapters 5. contextual clues Make simple predictions Read a magazine article : make inferences. use appropriate format Interpret information in a bar graph Read an article : draw conclusions. details.

SMKD ENGLISH PANEL 13rd Aug-17th Aug: Revision Week/Post-Mortem Trial Examination 20th Aug-24th Aug: Hari Raya Puasa School Holidays th 27 Aug-30th Aug: Revision Week (Answering other state’s trial papers) 3rd Sept-5th Oct: PMR Intensive Programmes 9th-11th. 15th-16th Oct: PMR Examination th 17 -19th. 22nd-24th Oct: Post PMR Programmes 1st-2nd. 5th-9th Nov: Post PMT Programmes 12th Nov-31st Dec: Year-End School Holidays 8 .

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