SMK ELOPURA 2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK FORM 3 2014

WEEK/ DATES THEMES / TOPICS LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1. 1 2- 10 JAN THEY TOUCH 2. OUR LIVES THEME: PEOPLE LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE GRAMMAR SOUND SYSTEM VOCABUL ARY EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES VOLUME OF WORK G C W 2 3 1 PBS

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Ask & respond 1. Listen to politely to conversation: questions give important details. Take part in Read an discussions article: scan for details. 2. Read an article: identify main ideas, details, , contextual clues. Identify base word. 3. Read an article: make inferences, draw conclusions Write a description: expand notes.

1. Talk about element of a novel: characterization, theme, moral values, plot, and setting.

The simple present tense. Adjectives

Consonant s: c/k/ as in ‘call’ r/r/ as in ‘red’

Base words

ICT SKILLS

L Descriptor/Evidens 1 B1 DL1 Listening to and discriminating consonant clusters and homophones B3 DB1 Processing texts read by using contextual clues

PRERATION FOR THE REAL WORLD

B2 DT1 Writing paragraphs by expanding notes

3. Make predictions MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES

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1. Ask questions politely &

1. Listen to a dialogue: give

The simple past tense

Consonant s d/d/ as in

Synonyms

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1 Acquiring the meaning

and contextual clues. Read a Web page: make inferences. Read an article: identify main ideas. 2. Listen to a dialogue: give important details. Read an article. says or does Short vowel sound /e/ as in ‘set’ MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 3. Read a Web page: scan for details 2. NEW YEAR Personal pronouns Long vowel sound /ae/ as in ‘back’ Prefixes ‘inter’ ‘pre’ ICT SKILLS 2 3 1 1 B2 DB1 Acquiring the meaning of words Possessive pronouns 2. Describe characters in a novel: what the writer says about physical appearances & personalities. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 3. draw conclusions Write a description: expand notes 3. Read a Web page: identify main ideas.13 – 17 JAN FAMOUS LEADERS THEME: PEOPLE respond appropriately. Describe characters in a novel: what the character thinks. VALUES & CITIZENSHIP 31 JAN – 1 FEB 5&6 27 – 29 JAN 3 – 7 FEB 3 HEALING HANDS THEME: PEOPLE 1. Collective nouns ‘sands’ LEARNING HOW TO LEARN SKILLS of words B4 DL2 Participating in teacher-guided class discussions B3 DB1 Processing texts read by using contextual clues B5 DT1 Writing articles B6 DL1 Listening to literary works and relating them to life d/d/ as in ‘meddle’ 2. contextual clues Understand formation of prefixes. 20 – 24 JAN important details Read an article: scan for details State words of similar meaning 2. Seek clarification CHINESE 1. make inferences. Give opinions on characters. Take part in discussions Exchanging ideas. details. details. draw .

Read a report: identify main ideas. Read an article: make inferences.conclusions. Write a brief description: expand notes 7&8 10 – 14 FEB 17 – 21 FEB 4 MAKING FRIENDS THEME: PEOPLE & SOCIAL ISSUES 2. details. 2. Read an article: identify main ideas. details. Take part in conversations & discussions 1. Great & exchange pleasantries 1. Describe physical setting (place) in a story Short vowel sound /u/ as in ‘look’ MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES . 2. past experiences 2 3 1 1 B2 DL1 Talking about one’s experiences B3 DL2 Listening to and understanding reports 2. Write a letter asking for advice 3. contextual clues. Use the dictionary Subject-verb agreement Long vowel sound /u:/ as in ‘broom’ Dictionary skills THINKING SKILLS 9 24 – 28 FEB 10 3–7 MAC 5 LIFE’S CHALLENG ES THEME: SOCIAL ISSUES 1. Adverbs of time Long vowel sound /a:/ as in ‘farm’ Antonym KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION 2 3 1 1 Adverbs of place Short vowel sound /^/ as in ‘must’ LEARNING HOW TO LEARN SKILLS MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 3. Describe characters in a novel: what others say about the characters. contextual clues. Take part in discussions Exchanging ideas & give opinions 2. Listen to a dialogue: give important details Read an article: scan for details. 2. Talk about self. 1. move beyond the text. State words opposite in meaning. Listen to a talk: give important details Read a report: scan for details.

tense ‘going to’. Read a report: make inferences. Take part in discussions Participate in teacher-guided class discussions by agreeing & disagreeing politely. ‘must’ 13 14 & 15 1–4 APR 7 – 11 APR 7 IT’S RAINING IT’S POURING 24 – 28 MAC SCHOOL 1. Relate values in a story to one’s life Modals . Talk about self. HOLIDAYS 1. Diphthong s: /Ei/ as in ‘faint’ /Ai/ s in ‘dry’ Thesaurus skills ICT SKILLS PREPARATION FOR THE REAL WORLD MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 2 3 1 1 B1 DB1 Reading and following sequence of ideas B3 DB2 Understanding cause and effect relationships in a text . make inferences. Role play an event in the story Conjunction s -‘and’.‘can’. 1. ‘so’ Sequence connectors -‘first’.Listen to an interview: give important details Narrate orally the events that took place Read a news report: scan for details. Write a text of speech: expand notes. ‘might’. ‘is’. ‘will’ 2. Listen to a talk: give important details Read a magazine article: scan for details 2. past experiences Talk about the future using the present cont. ‘or’. 3. Read a magazine article: identify main ideas. ‘may’. contextual clues 3. Talk about social setting of a story (time. Short vowel sound /’e’/ as in ‘about’ feminine 3. Read a magazine article: identify causes & effect. details. ‘but’. Write a report. culture & place) -‘am’. FUTURE STUDIES B6 DB1 Reading and predicting 11 10 – 14 MAC 6 FIT FOR LIFE THEME: HEALTH 1. Make predictions. ‘next’. + verb + ‘ing” Long vowel sound /3:/ as in ‘fern’ Using words to show gender masculine PREPARATION FOR THE REAL WORLD 2 3 1 1 B2 DL1 Talking about one’s experiences B4 DL2 Participating in teacher-guided class discussions B3 DT1 Writing speeches B6 DL1 Listening to literary works and relating them to life 12 17 – 21 MAC 2. 3. move beyond text Interpret information from graphs.Participate in discussions by giving & supporting opinions. ‘are’.

Recognise elements in a plot (sequence of events) Phrasal verb Diphthong s /eu/ as in ‘grow’ Suffixes ‘ment’ ‘-ness’ ‘-ion’ ‘-ship’ KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION SKILLS PREPARATION FOR THE REAL WORLD ICT SKILLS 2 3 1 1 B4 DB1 Reading and making inferences using contextual clues B1 DB1 Reading and following sequence of ideas B2 DB1 E1 Able to understand word formation by : . Read posters: identify main ideas. Express hope & support 1. Listen to a talk: give important details Scan for details in texts read 2. 3. THINKING SKILLS B2 DT1 Writing paragraphs by expanding notes B3 DL2 Listening to and understanding reports B5 DT1 Writing articles 16 & 17 14 – 18 APR 8 STOP THE FLOODS! THEME: ENVIRON MENT 1. draw conclusions Write a report: expand notes. 3. Take part in discussions Exchange ideas & .Read a news report: identify causes & effect Write a recount: expand notes 2.THEME: ENVIRON MENT 2. details. details. ‘finally’. contextual clues. Talk about elements of a plot (events) ‘then’. Relay phone messages orally to the people concerned 1.forming new words using prefixes and suffixes B6 DT1 Giving opinions on books read 21 – 25 APR 2. 2. Take part in discussions 2. details. Listen to a radio talk: give important details. Read a news report: identify main ideas. Take part in discussions 3. Read a speech: identify main ideas. contextual clues. Understand formation of suffixes. Give one’s opinion of the story 18 & 19 28 APR – 2 MAY 5–9 MAY 9 NATURE’S GIFTS THEME: ENVIRON MENT 1.identifying prefixes and suffixes in a text . Read a speech: make inferences. Read a speech: scan for details 2. Preposition of place & direction Preposition to show time & quantity Consonant clusters at the 5eginning of words: One word for a group of words MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION 2 3 1 1 B1 DL1 Listening to and discriminating consonant clusters and homophones B5 DL1 Presenting information from non-linear text 2.

21 & 22 12 – 16 MAY 19 – 23 MAY 26 – 27 MAY 10 ACTIVE & HEALTHY THEME: HEALTH 1. 23 & 24 28 MAY . Write a formal letter: use appropriate format 3. Read an article: identify main ideas. Understand themes in a story Contractions Consonant clusters at the beginning of words: /gr/ as in ‘grain’ /tr/ as in ‘train’ ICT Terms MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION 2 3 1 1 B4 DT1 Writing formal letters B5 DB1 Reading and summarizing texts B6 DL1 Listening to literary works and relating them to life ICT SKILLS 3. Read advertisement: draw conclusions 3.15 JUN 1. Give personal response to novels: -Characters -Values Comparison of adjectives -regular forms ‘-er’. contextual clues MID YEAR BREAK 25 & 26 16 – 20 JUN 23 – 27 JUN 11 SAFETY FOR ONE & ALL THEME: HEALTH 2. Fill out a service form 1. ‘‘-est’. Talk about moral values in a story Relate values to one’s life Positive & negative statements /str/ as in ‘straw’ /sm/ as in ‘smart’ PREPARATION FOR THE REAL WORLD B3 DT1 Writing speeches B6 DL1 E1 Able to talk about a lesson learnt and relate it to one’s life 20.give opinions contextual clues 3. details. Listen to a dialogue: give important details Read an article: scan for details 2. details. 2. 2. Relate themes in the story to one’s life 22. contextual clues. Read advertisements: identify main ideas. 3. Take part in discussions Exchange ideas & give opinions 2. ‘most’ Consonant clusters at the beginning of words: /gl/ as in ‘glee’ /pl/ as in ‘place’ Homograp hs MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 2 3 1 B3 DL1 Requesting assistance. Talk about self. Read posters: identify causes & effect. Listen to a talk: give important details Read advertisements: scan for details. 2. Write a speech to express opinion: expand notes. ‘more’. Express appreciation 1. interests Enquire about services offered Clarify the type of services offered. 1 expressing appreciation and gratitude B3 DB1 Processing texts read by using contextual clues ICT SKILLS .

Read a brochure: identify main ideas. Read an article: make inferences. draw conclusions. Identify the meaning of unknown words in the poem 3.. Ask for assistance 1. Read an article: make inferences. 29 & 30 14 – 18 JUL 21 – 25 JUL THEME: SCIENCE & TECHNOLO GY 2. Take part in discussions Exchange ideas & give opinions 13 MAN & THE SEA 3.3. details. details. expressing appreciation and gratitude B2 DB1 Acquiring the meaning of words B1 DL1 Listening to and discriminating consonant clusters and homophones B4 DT1 Writing formal letters KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION 2. ‘im-‘. Read an article: identify main ideas. & ‘non-‘ Use articles with nouns Consonant clusters at the beginning of words: -sh/{/ as in ‘splash’ -ch/t{/ as in ‘such’ Idioms ICT SKILLS 2 3 1 1 B3 DL1 Requesting assistance. using prefixes ‘un‘. Recite a poem 7 – 11 JUL Form negative adjectives. Take part in discussions Exchange ideas & give opinions 2. 3. ‘worst’ B6 DT1 Giving opinions on books read B6 DL1 Listening to literary works and relating them to life 27 & 28 30 JUN – 4 JUL 12 THE INNER YOU THEME: HEALTH 1. Write a letter of appreciation 3. 3. Retelling the poem in one’s own words 1. contextual clues 2. Write a letter seeking permission: use appropriate format. Listen to a talk: give important details Read an article: scan for details 1. draw conclusions. ‘better’.as’ Compare people or things that are not the same using ‘ not as……as’ Consonant clusters at the end of words: sk/sk/ as in ‘mask’ -st/st/ as in ‘test’ Similes MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 2 3 1 1 B1 DT1 Writing out itineraries B1 DL1 Listening to and discriminating consonant clusters and homophones B2 DT1 Writing paragraphs by expanding notes 2. Listen to a dialogue: give important details Read a brochure: scan for details Compare people or things that are the same using ‘as…. ‘dis-‘. contextual clues KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION . Give one’s opinion of the characters Relate moral values in the story to one’s life -irregular forms ‘bad’.

Listen to a lecture: give important details Read a magazine article: scan for 3. Discuss plans to visit a place -comparing -deciding -giving reasons for choice 3. Write an explanation: expand notes. Relate themes in the poem to one’s life 34 & 35 18 – 22 AUG 15 TREASURE S FROM THE DEEP Punctuation: -capital letter -full stop Sentence stress & intonation Homonym s KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION 2 3 1 1 B3 DB1 Processing texts read by using contextual clues . Interpret information in a bar graph Read an article: make inferences. tense B4 DL1 Discussing plans to visit a particular place 31 32 & 33 1–8 AUG 28 – 30 JUL 14 OCEANS IN MOTION THEME: SCIENCE & TECHNOLO GY HARI RAYA 1. Read a brochure: make inferences. Talk about moral values in a poem Relate values to one’s life The present cont. draw conclusions. Read an article: identify main ideas. 3. details. 2. follow sequence of ideas AIDILFITRI Formation of plurals -irregular plurals -nouns with no change in number in the plural form 2. draw conclusions. Take part in discussions Exchange ideas & give opinions Participate in class discussions by -agreeing politely & giving opinions -defending one’s point of view -seeking clarification . Listen to a lecture: give important details Read an article: scan for details. contextual clues 3.3. make predictions Write a brochure: expand notes. 1. Understand themes in a poem Stress in words Homophon es ICT SKILLS KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION 2 3 1 1 B1 DB1 Reading and following sequence of ideas B2 DT1 Writing paragraphs by expanding notes B3 DB1 Processing texts read by using contextual clues B5 DL1 Presenting information from non-linear texts 11 – 15 AUG FUTURE STUDIES 2.

Make simple predictions.details 25 – 29 AUG THEME: SCIENCE & TECHNOLO GY 2. Read a magazine article: identify main ideas. Revise & answer questions on novel & poems: -setting -theme -moral values -characters -question mark -comma -apostrophe -exclamation mark FUTURE STUDIES B6 DB1 Reading and predicting B6 DT1 Giving opinions on books read SEPT OCT PBSMR SCHOOL HOLIDAYS (13 SEPT – 21 SEPT) PBS ASSESSMENT PBS ASSESSMENT NOV NOV/DE C PBS ASSESSMENT SCHOOL HOLIDAYS YEAR END BREAK . Exchange ideas & give opinions. Take part in discussions 2. make simple predictions REVISION 2. details. Read a magazine article: make inferences. contextual clues 3.

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