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ENGLISH LANGUAGE

FORM 1
SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK

1-2
(1 Jan 9
Jan)

34
12/1/14
29/1/14

TOPIC/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONA
L USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONA
L USE

Our
Friends
Theme:
People

1.1 a) Introducing
oneself
1.1 b) Talking about
interests and hobbies/
friends and family
1.1 c) Asking questions
politely and responding

2.1 a) Listening note


important details
2.2 b) Reading Scan for
details, use the dictionary
to find meaning; identify
supporting details / find
more details

Forever
Friends
Theme:
People

1.1 b) Talking about


friends and family
1.1c) Discuss points of
interest and give
opinions
1.1 d) taking part in
conversations
and discussion
2.3 a) Writing short
messages to friends

2.1 a) Listening note


important details
2.2 b) Reading scan for
details / identify main
ideas, supporting details;
2.3 a) Process writing
write messages

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
USE
3.1 h Reciting poems
/ Rhyme in poems
3.1 f) Talking about
values found in the
text

GRAMMAR

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHA
SES

Using question
words: who, what,
which, when, why
Simple sentences
Simple present
tense
Simple past tense

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Values
- faithfulness
- loyalty
- friendship

Simple present
tense
Personal and
possessive pronouns
Possessive
adjectives
Figurative language
proverbs

Thinking Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

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Chapter 3:
Be
Healthy
and Strong
Theme:
Health
Balanced
Diet

1.1b) Talking about


interest
1.1c) Talking about
health
1.1 c) discuss points of
interest and give
opinions
2.3 a) Writing a
paragraph on preferences
students favourite
food

2.1 a) Listening note


important details
2.2 a) Reading tell what
the text is about; scan for
details; use the dictionary
to find meaning; group
words according to
categories
2.3 a) Process writing
skills write a paragraph
on food

3.1 e) Understanding
figurative language
similes

Simple present
tense
- habitual actions
- instructions and
directions
Simple sentence
Positive statements
Negative statements
Punctuation:

Thinking Skills
Knowledge
Acquisition
Preparation for
the Real World

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WEEK

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23/2/14
13/3/14

11 12
16/3/14
10/4/14

CHAPTER/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERS
ONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONA
L USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

Chapter 4:
Home Sweet
Home
Theme:
Social Issues
Duties at Home

1.1 b) Talking about


everyday activities
1.1 d) Discussing
plans and rules
Reading a Web page
discuss points of
interest

2.1 a) Listening note


details; follow sequence
of ideas
2.2 a) Reading scan for
details; use the dictionary
to find the meaning,
identify main ideas; use
contextual clues
(pronouns)
2.3 a) Process writing
write instructions

3.1 h) Reciting a poem

Chapter 5:
Technology
around Us
Theme:
Technology

1.1 b) Talking about


things
2.3 a) Writing
shopping lists
1.1 d) discuss points
of interest and give
opinions

2.1 a) Listening note


details
Reading scan for details
2.2 b) Reading identify
main ideas and important
details, use contextual
clues, identify base words
2.3 a) Process writing
describe a product

3.1 h) Reciting poems


3.1 f) Relating events
and values in the poem
to ones life

Making simple
predictions
3.1 f) Talking about the
message the writer is
putting across

GRAMMAR

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHA
SES

Simple present tense


- for habitual
actions
- for instructions
Concord (subjectverb agreement)
Verbs contracted
forms
Special finites or
modals

Thinking
Skills
ICT Skills
Values
- gratitude
- filial piety
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

Singular and plural


nouns
Spelling rules for
regular and irregular
plurals
Articles with singular
and plural nouns a,
an, the
Figurative language
proverbs

Thinking skills
Preparation for
the Real World

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WEEK

CHAPTER/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONA
L USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

GRAMMAR

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHA
SES

Chapter 6:
Our Beautiful
Environment
Theme:
Environment

1.1 b) Talking
about plants and
flowers / Talking
about what we
should and should
not do in parks,
and
2.3 a) writing
simple instruction
2.3 a) Writing
short e-mail
messages

2.1 a) Listening note


important details
2.2 a) Reading use the
dictionary to find
meaning; group words
according to categories;
build new words from a
given word
2.2 b) Reading identify
main ideas and supporting
details
Reading give reasons
2.3 a) Process writing
write descriptions of trees

3.1 h) Reciting a poem


3.1 d) Retelling the
poem in ones own
words

Conjunction and to
link two ideas
Special finites or
modals should and
should not
Present continuous
tense am / is / are
verb + ing

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Multiple
Intelligences

Chapter 7:
Happy at School
Theme:
Social Issues
Discipline in
School

1.1 b) Talking
about a friends
qualities
1.1 d) discuss
points of interest
and give opinions
Reading a letter
2.3 a) Writing
recounts of
activities

2. 1 a) Listening note
details
2.2 a) Reading scan for
details; understand word
formation; use a dictionary
to find meaning
2.2 b) Reading identify
main ideas and supporting
details
2.3 a) Process writing
write a paragraph on past
activities

3.1 a) Talking about


characters in the story
and writing brief
descriptions saying what
one thinks of a character

Adjectives for
describing character
and appearance
Prefixes un, in,
im and dis to show
not
Adverbs of manner
Yes No questions

Thinking Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

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30/4/14

15 - 16
4/5/14
22/5/14

LANGUAGE
FOR
INTERPER
SONAL
USE

DEA

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WEEK

CHAPTER/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

GRAMMAR

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHA
SES

Chapter 8:
Right on Track
Theme:
Social Issues
Road Safety

1.1 b) Talking
about directions /
giving advice and
instructions
2.3 a) Writing
simple instructions
1.1 d) Reading and
discussing road
signs / instruction
and discussing
safety tips

2.1 a) Listening draw a


route on a map / drawing
directions and explaining
them
2.2 b) Reading to identify
main ideas and supporting
details
Reading give reasons
2.3 a) Process writing
draw a pictorial map and
write directions

3.1 e) Describing
characters in a story
3.1 f) Relating
characters to ones life

Simple present tense


for instructions and
directions
Prepositions of place
and direction

Thinking Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Knowledge
Acquisition
Preparation for
the Real World

Chapter 9:
Spending Time
with My Family
Theme:
People

1.1 b) Talking
about holidays/
past activities
2.3 a) Writing
simple letters
2.3 a) Writing
recounts of
experiences

2.1 a) Listening note


important details; follow
sequence of ideas
2.2 a) Reading scan for
details
2.2 b) Reading identify
main ideas and supporting
details
2.2 f) Reading identify
cause and effect; give
reasons
2.3 a) Process writing
write recounts of
experiences

Retelling the story in a


correct sequence
Giving the sequence of
events in a story
Making simple
predictions

Simple past tense


words that signal past
time
Regular and irregular
verbs
Time expressions
Place expressions
Prepositions of place,
time and direction

Thinking Skills
Learning How
to Learn Skills
Multiple
Intelligences

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25/5/14
26/6/14

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30/6/14
17/7/14

LANGUAGE
FOR
INTERPER
SONAL
USE

DEA

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WEEK

23 25
20/7/14
14/8/14

26 28
17/8/14
28/8/14

EDUCATIO
NAL
EMP
HAS
ES

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSO
NAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

Chapter 10:
Get Fit Go For
It
Theme:
Exercise

1.1 a) Talking about


exercise and games
2.3 a) Writing simple
letters to family
members/ friends
1.1 d) discuss points of
interest and give
opinions

2.2 b) scan for details


2.3 a) Writing plans
2.1 a) Listening find more
details
2.2 i) Reading understand
non-linear texts;
2.2 f) draw conclusions
2.3 a) write plans, and
announcements

Giving the sequence


of events
Making simple
predictions
Saying what one
thinks of the text

Simple present
tense for
instructions
Sequence
connectors

Thinking
Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation
for the Real
World

Chapter 11:
Putting
Technology to
Work
Theme:
Technology

1.1 c) exchanging
ideas and giving
opinions on topics of
interest
1.1 d) discuss points of
interest and give
opinions

2.1 a) Listening note


details to support main
ideas
2.2 a) Reading scan for
details
2.2 d) Reading make
simple predictions
2.3 a) write an article

Reciting a poem
Writing a paragraph
to tell what the poem
is about
Talking about themes
in poems
Composing simple
poems

Why questions
Adjectives
comparison
adjectives

Thinking
Skills
Learning
How to
Learn Skills
Preparation
for the Real
World

CHAPTER/
THEME

GRAMMAR

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11/9/14

WEEK

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21/9/14
2/10/14

Chapter 12:
Planning a Trip
Theme:
People

CHAPTER/
THEME

1.1 b) Talking about


plans
1.1 d) Discuss plans
with others to go
somewhere and to do
something
2.3 a) Writing simple
letters to friend / plans
for others to follow
LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSON
AL USE

2.2 a) Reading scan for


details; follow sequence of
ideas
2.2 b) Reading identify
main ideas and supporting
details
2.2 d) Reading make
simple predictions of
outcomes; give reasons
2.3 a) write plans for a trip
LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL
USE

Talking about setting


(time and place) in a
story
Talking about values
Telling how events,
characters and values
are similar to ones
life
Giving ones
opinions

Future tense
Using will
- to affirm
- to request

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

Chapter 13:
Caring and
Sharing
Theme:
Compassion and
Mental
Cleanliness

1.2 c) making plans and


arrangements
1.1 d) Discussing plans
for a party
1.3 a) Making enquiries
to get information and
responding
appropriately / Making
enquiries about a
product
2.3 a) Writing a
magazine article

2.1 a) Listening note


important details
2.2 a) Reading scan for
details; follow sequence of
ideas
2.2 b) Reading identify
main ideas and supporting
details; identify words that
associate with other words
2.2 f) Reading draw
obvious conclusions in
simple texts
2.3 a) Process writing
write recounts

Reciting a poem

Chapter 14:
Success through
Team Effort

1.1 b) Talking about


plans for a project

2.1 a) Listening note


important details; follow
sequence of ideas

Retelling a story

Talking about setting


in poems
Giving ones opinions
and interpretation of
the poem
Relating the setting to
ones life

Talking about setting

Learning
How to
Learn Skills
ICT Skills
Values
Preparation
for the Real
World

GRAMMAR

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHA
SES

Countable and
uncountable nouns
Regular plurals
Phrasal Quantifiers
Each as an
adjective

Thinking Skills
Values and
Citizenship
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

Simple present
tense for
instructions

Thinking Skills
Knowledge
Acquisition

DEA

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Theme:
Technology

2.3 a) Writing out plans


for others to follow

2.2 a) Reading scan for


details; follow sequence of
ideas; use the dictionary to
find meaning
2.2 i) Reading understand
non-linear texts; identify
base words
2.2 e) Reading make
predictions;
2.3 a) Process writing
write plans for a project

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSON
AL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL
USE

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16/10/14

WEEK

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19/10/14
6/11/14

CHAPTER/
THEME
Chapter 15:
Take Part Take
Charge
Social Issues:
Personal
Discipline in
School

Responding
appropriately to
questions
1.1 b) Talking about
future plans to solve
problems
1.1 d) Reading a notice
and discussing points of
interest

2.1 a) Listening note


important details
2.2 a) Reading scan for
details; understand word
formation
2.2 b) Reading identify
main ideas and supporting
details
1.2 b) participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.3 a) Process writing
write plans for a calendar

Talking about message

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
USE
Talking about values
found in the text
Talking about the
message the writer is
putting across
Composing simple
stories

Sequence markers
(review)
Some to express
infinitive quality,
number
Article the
- for unique nouns
- with same
as

ICT Skills
Values

GRAMMAR

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHA
SES

The define article


the
Phrasal verbs
Conditional
clauses if
clauses
Future tense Wh
questions and
will

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Values
- being
thankful
- being
hardworking
Multiple
Intelligences

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9/11/14
20/11/14

Chapter 16:
Happy to Be
Malaysians
Values:
Patriotism

1.1 b) Talking about


festivals
2.3 a) Writing short
Web messages
1.1 d) Reading a
dialogue discuss
points of interest and
give opinions

2.1 a) Listening note


important details
2.2 a) Reading scan for
details
2.2 f) Reading give
reasons; draw conclusions

Retelling the verses


Talking about songs
feelings and values
Composing simple
verses

Adjectives
comparatives and
superlatives
Collective Nouns
Gender

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Values and
Citizenship
Education
Knowledge
Acquisition

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