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SCHEME OF WORK

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FORM 5
SMK POKOK SENA 2
06400 POKOK SENA,
KEDAH DARULAMAN
2013
Prepared by:
SOLAHUDDIN BIN MAHMUD

WEEK/
DATE

1, 2 & 3
1 Jan
until
17 Jan

TOPIC/THEM
E

Theme:
PEOPLE
TOPICS:
Chapter 1
You and
Your
Personality
Chapter 2
Unsung
Heroes

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE
INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems and
making decisions

2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and
articles
2.2(a) Skimming
and scanning
2.2(f) Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a) Writing
letters and articles

LANGUAGE CONTENT
GRAMMAR
SOUND
VOCABULAR
SYSTEM
Y

Poem:
NATURE

Simple
present tense

Consonants:
/f/ and /l/

Idiomatic
Expressions.

INTRODUCTIO
N
- LITERARY
DEVICES

Metaph
or

Simile

Personi
fication
Identifying
message/them
e

TB
(Pg. 11)

TB:
(Pg. 9,10)

TB:
(Pg. 8)

3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and setting.

Comparison
of adjectives
TB
(Pg. 28)
Present
perfect tense
TB
(Pg. 29)

Simple past
tense
TB
(Pg. 12)
Adjectives of
quality
TB
(Pg. 12)

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE

WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEM
E

4,5 & 6

Theme :
Health

20 Jan
until
07 Feb

TOPICS:
Chapter 6
Smoking:
The Silent
Killer

Chapter 7
Self-esteem

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE
INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMATIONAL USE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems and
making decisions

2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and
articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(e)
Expanding notes
and outlines
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Poem:
Are You Still
Playing The
Flute
3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
poem heard
and read
INTRODUCTIO
N
- LITERARY
DEVICES

Metaph
or

Simile

Personi
fication

LANGUAGE CONTENT
GRAMMAR
SOUND
VOCABULAR
SYSTEM
Y

Present
Perfect Tense
TB
(Pg. 98)

Modals
TB
(Pg. 115)
Auxiliaries
TB
(Pg. 116)

Grammar
Revision

Vowels long
and short /
/ and / /
Diphthongs:
/ / and
/ /
TB
(Pg. 95)

Word
Collocation.
TB
(Pg. 94)

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

Identifying
message/them
e.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEME

(Notify if unable to
meet dateline)

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

VOCABULAR
Y

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

7,8 & 9
10 FEB
until
28 FEB

THEME :
Social Issues
Chapter 3
Youth Power
Chapter 4
The Smart
Consumer

WEEK/
DATE

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions

2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and
articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the
meaning in context
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(e)
Expanding notes
and outlines
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Novel:
CATCH US IF
YOU CAN
CHAPTER
1,2,3,& 4
3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and plot of the
story.
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey.

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

Past
Continuous
Tense
Gerunds
TB
(Pg. 43 45)

Consonant
// and //
TB
(Pg. 41)
Vowels long
and short
TB
(Pg. 59)

Question tags
TB
(Pg. 62)

Words with
more than
one
meaning.
TB
(Pg 40)

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

Prefix mis-
and inter-
TB
(Pg. 58)

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
TOPIC/THEME

Present
Continuous
Tense

VOCABULAR
Y

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

USE
10, 11
& 12
03 MAR
Until
21MAR

UJIAN
SELARA
S1
05/03/13
UNTIL
07/03/13

THEME:
Science &
Technology
Chapter 8
Transport
Tomorrow

Chapter 12
Robot :
Friend Or
Foe?

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions

2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and
articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the
meaning in context
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Novel:
CATCH US IF
YOU CAN
CHAPTER
5,6,7,& 8
3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and plot of the
story.
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey.

Simple Future
Tense
Present
Continuous
Tense
TB
(Pg. 133)
Nouns
functioning
as adjectives
TB
(Pg. 194)

Consonant
Clusters stl,
tch and
ckle

Abbreviation
s
TB
(Pg. 128)

Consonant
Clusters
TB
(Pg. 191)

Phrases with
secon, e.g.
secondclass,
second
fiddle.
TB
(Pg. 191)

MID SEMESTER BREAK ( 22 MARCH 30 MARCH 2012 )

WEEK/

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE CONTENT

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

TOPIC/THEME
DATE

13, 14
& 15
31 MAR
until
18 APR

THEME:
Social Issues
Chapter 9
Striving For
Safety
Chapter 15
Your Career

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions

2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and
articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the
meaning in context
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

GRAMMAR

Novel:
CATCH US IF
YOU CAN
CHAPTER
9,10,11 & 12
3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and plot of the
story.
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey.

Active and
Passive Voice
TB
(Pg. 148)
Articles
(i) Singular
ngular
Countable
Nounsa,an,the
(ii)
Use of some
with Plural
Countable
Nouns.
TB
(Pg. 241)

SOUND
SYSTEM

Consonant
Clusters
spr, scr
and spl
TB
(Pg. 146)
Homophone
s.
TB
(Pg. 237)

VOCABULAR
Y

Idiomatic
expressions
using
repetitive
words.
TB
(Pg. 145)

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

16 & 17
14 APR
until
25 APR

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

THEME:
Environment

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions
1.3(a)
Making enquiries
and ordering goods
and services.
1.3(b)
Making complaints
and responding to
complaints

Chapter 13
Seas Of Oil
Chapter 14
The Gracious
Citizen.

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
advertisements
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters to
express
unsatisfaction
2.3(e)
Expanding notes
and outlines

18
28 Apr
until
02 May

REVISION WEEK
(PREPARATION FOR THE MID-YEAR EXAMINATION)

19 & 20
05 MAY

MID-YEAR EXAMINATION
2013

Novel:
CATCH US IF
YOU CAN
CHAPTER
13,14,15 & 16
3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and setting.
3.1 (c)
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey.

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

Prepositions
of Direction
out of and
away from
TB
(Pg. 210)

Words
borrowed
from pother
languages.
TB
(Pg. 208)

Indirect/Repo
rted Speech
TB
(Pg. 223)

Homographs
TB
(Pg.222)

VOCABULAR
Y

The Prefix
co-
TB
(Pg. 207)

Idiomatic
Expressions.
TB
(pg. 221)

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

until
23 MAY

MID-YEAR BREAK (24 MAY UNTIL 08 JUNE 2013)


LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE CONTENT

WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

GRAMMAR

21, 22
& 23

THEME:
Environment

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions

2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and a talk
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the
meaning in context
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Novel:
CATCH US IF
YOU CAN

09
JUNE
until
27
JUNE

Chapter 10
Earths
Fragile Future
Chapter 11
What A
Waste

3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and plot of the
story.
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey.

SOUND
SYSTEM

VOCABULAR
Y

Phrasal Verb
Adjectives
plus
Preposition
Combination.
TB
(Pg. 164)

Past Tense
and Past
Participle
Sound)
TB
(Pg. 161)

Word related
to
deforestatio
n.
TB
(Pg. 160)

Adjectives
with prefixes
il- and bi-
TB
(Pg. 181)

Consonant
Cluster gl
and pl.
TB
Pg. 178)

Verb with
the prefix
re-.
TB
(Pg. 177)

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE CONTENT

WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

24, 25
& 26

THEME:
Environment

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions

2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and a talk
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the
meaning in context
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Novel:
CATCH US IF
YOU CAN

30 JUN
until
18 JUL

Chapter 5
Its Raining
Acid
Chapter 11
What A
Waste

10

3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and plot of the
story.
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey..

GRAMMAR

Connectors
TB
(Pg. 79)

Adjectives
with prefixes
il- and bi-
TB
(Pg. 181)

SOUND
SYSTEM

VOCABULAR
Y

Vowels long
and short
/u:/,
/ /,
/ / and
/ /.
TB
(Pg. 76)

Suffixess cide -logy


TB
(pg. 75)

Consonant
Cluster gl
and pl.
TB
Pg. 178)

Verb with
the prefix
re-.
TB
(Pg. 177)

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE
SI

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

27 &
28
21 JULY
until
05 AUG

TOPIC/THEME

Theme:
PEOPLE
TOPICS:
Chapter 1
You and Your
Personality
Chapter 2
Unsung
Heroes

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

VOCABULAR
Y

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions

2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and
articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles

Revision :
Poem
He Had Such
Quiet Eyes
And
Are you still
playing the
flute
3.1(b)
Understanding
and analyzing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and plot of the
story.
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey.

Simple
present tense
(pg. 11)
Simple past
tense (pg.
12)
Adjectives of
quality (pg.
12)

Consonants:
/f/ and /l/

Idiomatic
Expressions.
TB: Pg. 8

11

Comparison
of adjectives
(pg. 28)
Present
perfect tense
(pg. 29)

TB:
Pg. 9,10

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE
SI

SECOND MID-TERM BREAK


06 AUGUST UNTIL 17 AUGUST

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE
29
18 AUG
until
22
AUG.

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC
USE

UJIAN SELARAS 2

12

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

VOCABULAR
Y

EDUCATION
AL
EMPHASIS

30, 31
& 32
25 AUG
until
05
SEPT

Theme:
PEOPLE
TOPICS:

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements,
solving problems
and making
decisions

2.1(c)
Reading materials
in print such as
reports and
articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles

Poem:
NATURE
3.1(a)
Understanding
and telling in
ones own
words the
story read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a
story such as
characters
and setting.

Simple
present tense
(pg. 11)
Simple past
tense (pg.
12)
Adjectives of
quality (pg.
12)

Consonants:
/f/ and /l/
TB:
Pg. 9,10

Idiomatic
Expressions.
TB: Pg. 8

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE

Comparison
of adjectives
(pg. 28)
Present
perfect tense
(pg. 29)

WEEK 33 WEEK 41
SPM TRIAL EXAMINATION
DISCUSSION OF TRIAL EXAM QUESTIONS & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMMES IN PREPARATION FOR SPM

THEME
People :

Planning for a career


- current careers and understanding the hard work and
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Environment :
Social Issues :
Health :
Science & Technology

sacrifice involved in preparing for such careers


Protecting our rivers, lakes, and oceans in order that they continue to
play a useful role in the lives of people living near them.
- e.g. protecting the environment from oil spills and acid rain
Social freedom and responsibility
- how young people can use the freedom given to them responsibly
Dangers of getting into bad habits such as smoking and other indisciplined
behaviour
Responsible waste management
- e.g. industrial waste, hospital waste

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES: THINKING SKILLS, LEARNING HOW TO LEARN SKILLS, INFORMATIONAL AND
COMMUNICATIONS
TECHNOLOGY (ICT) SKILLS, VALUES AND CITIZENSHIP, MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND
PREPARATION FOR THE REAL WORLD.

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