PISMP – IPG Semester 1.

2011 Perancangan Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran Teaching and Learning Plan

Week (Interaction) 1

Topic Parts of Speech/Word Classes • • • Content Nouns. Pronouns Adjectives

Readings/Suggested Activities/Task/Homework Lecture Tutorial Practical ISL Shortb diagnostic exercises on identifying nouns, pronouns and adjectives used in texts. Lecturer recapitulates based on the short text. Lecturer reinforces the content: nouns, pronouns and adjectives. Exercises on: -nouns -pronoun references (anaphoric, cataphoric and axophoric references -adjectives – sequences & functions Create a profile ( prose form) of one of your classmates, focusing on the three word classes.

Remarks: Resources. ICT, Modules, assignments Materials can be: • newspaper clippings on current issues. • short texts • excerpts from different text types. • materials based on relevant subject matter

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Internet sources. excerpts from different text types. Identify tenses used in different text types. progressive and perfect tenses. advertisement focusing on verbs and adverbs • • • • newspaper clippings on current issues. Lecturer recapitulates based on the activities ( games. write a situational dialogue focusing on the simple. • Internet sources. Materials can be: • newspaper clipping on current issues. • short texts • excerpts from different text types. Lecturer gives input where necessary.Speech/ Word Classes • Adverbs Short diagnostic activities (games. Identify. correct the errors based on exercises given and justify. and the types of verbs and adverbs used. word maze) on identifying verbs and adverbs. 3 Tenses • • • Simple Progressive Perfect In pairs. short texts. Exercises on types of verbs and adverbs. Discussion on the functions of verbs and adverbs. 4 Sentence Type • Simple Lecturer gives input on Choose two different • Different . and the types of verbs and adverbs used. Miming. word maze) on identifying verbs and adverbs. miming.

Classify the questions. Internet • Books • Live dialogue • Simulated situations • Lectures 3rd February 2011 Chinese New Year Holiday 6 English sound Individually. Identify the features found in the different sentence types in each text.(WH) • Tag • Identify the types of questions in the different texts (dialogue/conversations) provided. • text types Short exercises on sentence types 5 Types of Questions Yes/No questions • Information Questions . Use appropriate tag questions in situations provided ( dialogue/conversations) Short diagnostic test on Write down the questions and responses during lectures.• • Compoun Complex different sentences types. Classify the questions according to their types. rewrite • speech . Construct different sentence types. Carry out peer correction. Students formulate questions based on the text given. Identify different sentences types in a text. types of texts and identify the sentence types used in these texts. Reflect on the questions and the responses elicited by the lecturer and students. Analyze and compare the different features found in the different sentences and how the use of the different sentence types affect the texts. Compare and contrast the sentence types.

• Recorded texts by • students. • In groups. final consonant clusters. advertisements) and comment orally on the text in class. listen critically to specified text-type assigned ( news. • Exercises. Respond to a variety of stimuli Listen critically to news. stress and intonation • • • • Consonant sounds Vowel sounds Dipthongs Tripthongs pronunciation. Prepare a short advertisement for a product using suitable language. 7 Listening and Speaking skills • Listen for a variety of purposes and in different contexts. • Short texts. and respond accordingly to the given tasks. enunciation. dipthongs and tripthongs.isten critically to the long/short vowels. dipthongs and tripthongs pronounced on the text. Input on the English Sound System with emphasis on special features of English pronunciation such as long/short vowels. Dictionar • CDs. documentaries.system: Pronunciation. Short exercises on transcription: Change phonetic symbols to orthographic form and vice-versa the phonetic transcription of a given paragraph in orthographic form. realia/broch ure . Peers and lecturer comment on the language used in the oral presentation. • organ chart. Phonetics Symbol Chart ( Vowels and Consonants Place and manner of articulation diagrams/table. talks.Consonant. Select or record a listening text ( from various media) and l. Practise pronouncing words correctly. documentaries. talks. Suggested tasks: • gap filling • grid completing • mindmapping: • skeletal outline.

g. • excerpts from differentI • Internet sources. greetings. 9 Reading skills Techniques: Skimming & Scanning Barrett’s Taxonomy • Literal comprehension. Listen to a recorded discusssion/forum/talk on issues related to subject matter. Input on social conventions e. research on topics pertaining to subject matter as a preparation for assignment 2-Oral Presentation. Locate the author’s message and intention. Form a reading circle: • Organize the information in the form of a graphic organiser. Conduct a small group seminar to express opinions or personal responses using social conventions. satirical/debatable . Materials can be: • Newspaper clippings on Current issues. Materials related to topics chosen. • Create a graphic representation of the text read. Analyse and express opinions or give personal responses. Individually.8 Listening and Speaking skills • • Express opinions Give personal responses. • Draw inferences and conclusions based on given tasks. • • • TESL E-J website. • Reorganisation • Inferential comprehension. Speech texts Recorded texts. • short texts. interrupting. expressions and figure of speech which reflect the message and intention.g. Carry out discussions and group dynamics. *Texts selected must reflect intended themes e. Discussion on different levels of Barrett’s Taxonomy Skim and scan a given text. agreeing and disagreeing. Identify and justify the choice of word(s0. turn taking.

Materials can be: • newspaper clippings on current issues • short texts. • short texts. Discuss and evaluate peer responses. write a critique and display it in class. produce a written text using a given theme. Identify the topic Sentence. In groups. surf the Internet. • coherence In groups. satirical/debatable issues.g.10 Reading skills • • Evaluation Appreciation Read and respond critically to a given text by applying the different levels of Barrett’s Taxonomy. * Texts selected must reflect intended themes e. Identify topic sentences. . • Internet sources. ’ Start working on assignment 3. Recommendation: Use Reader Response approach Students to produce own writing • Use chain writing activity. • select. linking and concluding sentences. Materials can be: • newspaper clippings on current issues. issues. • excerpts from different text types. select a paragaraph from various sources. In groups. Coherence Using a text discuss: • topic sentence • supporting details • cohesive devices. • Excerpts 11 Pargarph Writing • • • • Topic sentence Supporting Details Cohesive devices. supporting details.

Materials can be: • newspaer clippings on current issues. • short texts. descriptive. Select at least two text types. surf the Internet for samples of different text types. argumentative academic writing). Reorganize given texts into meaningful and coherent paragraphs.g satirical/debatable issues. narrative. * Texts selected must reflect intended themes e. • draft of Assignment 3 * Texts selected must reflect intended themes e.supporting details. 12 Writing Different Text Types • • • • • • Academic writing (thesis statements) Narrative. compare and contrast the organizational pattern of the text types. • from different text types. • Internet sources. g satirical/debatable issues. Descriptive. Compare and contrast the different text types. Expository Argumentative Study the samples of text types given. * Continue working on assignment 3. In groups. Internet sources. . Coherence. linking and concluding sentences in the written text. Identify the features of the text types (e.g. • excerpts from different text types. expository.

• Internet sources. • short texts. cohesion. reorganize and rewite the drafts. • excerpts from different text types. Descriptive. Materials can be: • newspaer clippings on current issues. • draft of Assignment 3 *Texts selected must reflect intended themes e. Coherence. . draft an outline of a narrative/descriptive/exp ository/argumentative essay. cohesion. draft an outline of a narrative/descriptive essay. write a 400-500 words essay based on the revised outline. 14 Writing Different Text Types • • • • • • Academic writing (thesis statements) Narrative. content. Individually. coherence) Apply principles of writing different text types to improve Assignment 3.g satirical/debatable issues. Other members of the class provide feedback in terms of topic sentences. Materials can be: • newspaer clippings on current issues. Expository Argumentative In gropus. • excerpts from different text types. coherence) In groups. content. Expository Argumentative In gropus. Descriptive. Coherence.13 Writing Different Text Types • • • • • • Academic writing (thesis statements) Narrative. Other members of the class provide feedback in terms of topic sentences. • Internet sources. Carry out peer assessment based on peer feedbacks forms. • short texts.

• Internet sources. • Descriptive. Individually. *Texts selected must reflect intended themes e. • Expository Argumentative In gropus. • Coherence. • draft of Assignment 3 *Texts selected must reflect intended themes e. Carry out peer assessment based on peer feedbacks form.• draft of Assignment 3 15 Writing Different Text Types • Academic writing (thesis statements) • Narrative. • short texts. Other members of the class provide feedback in terms of topic sentences. .g satirical/debatable issues. Materials can be: • newspaer clippings on current issues. coherence) In groups. • excerpts from different text types. draft an outline of a narrative/descriptive/exp ository/argumentative essay. cohesion. Note: • • ISL-Independent Student Learning All exercises/tasks/materials must be compiled in the learner’s portfolio for assessment. reorganize and rewite the drafts. write a 400-500 words essay based on the revised outline.g satirical/debatable issues. content.

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