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SABK MADRASAH AL-KHAIRIAH AL-ISLAMIAH SCHEME OF WORK FORM 5 2014 WEEK

1-5 02/1-30/1

THEME / TOPIC
Theme 1 : People Chapter 1 You and Your Personality Chapter 2 Unsung Heroes Chapter 9 Striving For Safety

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students should be able to : 1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (b) Taking part in conversations and discussions. (c) Talking about self when others talk about themselves. 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (b) Interviewing and using questionnaires. 2.2 Process information by (b) Extracting main ideas and details. (f) Drawing conclusions. 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) Writing letters. (i) Using appropriate format, conventions and grammar when presenting information.

DOMAIN
1.0 Interpersonal

SPECIFICATIONS
Level 1 iv. Asking questions politely and responding politely to questions asked. Levels 2 and 3 iii. Interviewing people to get more information on topics under study. Level 2 viii. Identifying main ideas in the text read. ix. Listing important details. Level 2 iv. Expanding notes and outlines.

LANGUAGE CONTENT
Simple present tense (pg. 11) Simple past tense (pg. 12) Adjectives of quality (pg. 12) Comparison of adjectives (pg. 28) Present perfect tense (pg. 29) Active and Passive Voice (pg. 148) Articles (pg. 241 242)

ACTIVITIES
1. Asking and responding to questions on future plans (pg. 233) 2. Reading about Siti Nurhaliza (pg. 6) - Reading for details. - Reading for main ideas. - Making inferences.

2.0 Informational

3. Write a curriculum vitae (pg. 243) 4. Further practice: SPM Past Years Questions - 1119/2 Summary writing - 1119/1 Continuous writing

Chapter 15 Your Career

2.0 Informational

WEEK 6-10 03/2-07/3

THEME / TOPIC
Literature Component : POEM Nature

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students should be able to: 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by c. explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life. d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs. 3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by b. retelling the poem and presenting it in another genre

DOMAIN
3.0 Aesthetic

SPECIFICATIONS
Level 1 i. Reciting poems with feelings and expressions and with the correct pronunciation, intonation, stress and rhythm. ii. Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary. Level 2 ix. Talking about how events, characters and the poem remind one of events in real life. Level 3 vi. Composing simple poems . .

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES Talking about disasters


and difficulties in life.

Reading the poem

(chain reading) and describing the mood. Vocabulary games e.g. unscrambling words, bingo, Rewriting the poem in other forms e.g. prose, haiku Discussing criteria for future spouse. Completing worksheet(s).

Literature Component : Novel POEM Are you still playing your flute

Students should be able to: 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by e. reciting poems with feeling and expression. 3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by c. composing simple poems.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1 i. Reciting poems with feelings and expressions and with the correct pronunciation, intonation, stress and rhythm. Level 3 xi. Talking about the message the poet is trying to put across in his/her poem. xiii. Understanding some of the figurative language of the text

Reading the poem


aloud.

Relating the situation in


the poem to real life.

Identify emotions Completing

related to the poem.

worksheet(s) e.g. Treasure hunt, Word explosion Composing a poem

WEEK
11-16 10/3-25/4

THEME / TOPIC
Theme : Environment Chapter 5 - Its Raining Acid! Chapter 10 Earths Fragile Future Chapter 11 What A Waste! Chapter 13 Seas Of Oil Chapter 14 The Gracious Citizen

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students should be able to : 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (a) listening to spoken texts. 2.2 Process information by (b) extracting main ideas and details. (f) drawing conclusions. 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing descriptions and explanations. (g) summarising information.

DOMAIN
2.0 Informational

SPECIFICATIONS
Levels 1, 2 & 3 i. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts. Level 2 viii. Identifying main ideas in the text read. ix. Listing important details. Level 2 v. Summarizing ideas in a text. Level 3 vi. Writing reports on specific topics.

LANGUAGE CONTENT
Connectors (pg. 79) Phrasal verbs (pg. 162) Adjective + Preposition combinations (pg. 164 -165) Adjectives with prefixes il and bi (pg. 181) Prepositions of direction (pg. 210) Indirect / Reported Speech (pg. 223)

ACTIVITIES
1. Listen to a description of an experiment and complete worksheet. (pg. 71) 2. Reading Unhealthy fish and vegetables (pg. 72) Acid rain (pg. 74) - Reading for details - Reading for main ideas - Making inferences 3. Writing - Write a summary (pg. 79) - Write about how people can reduce the occurrence of acid rain. 4. Further practice : SPM Past Years Questions 1119/2 Comprehension 1119/1 Continuous writing

1.0 Informational

2.0 Informational

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

Students should be able to : 1.2 Take part in social interaction by (a) Listening to spoken texts. 1.3 Obtain goods and services by (b) Making complaints and responding to complaints. 2.2 Process information by (b) Extracting main ideas and details. (f) Drawing conclusions. 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) Writing letters. (g) Summarising information.

1.0 Interpersonal

Levels 1, 2 & 3 i. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts. Level 2 viii. Identifying main ideas in the text read. ix. Listing important details. Level 2 v. Summarizing ideas in a text. Level 2 iv. Expanding notes and outlines

Present Continuous Tense Past Continuous Tense Gerunds (pg. 43 45) Question tags (pg. 62)

2.0 Informational

1. Discuss sales tactics. (pg. 52) 2. Role play (pg. 54) 3. Text Quest The Armchair Shopper (pg. 55) - Reading for details. - Reading for main ideas. - Making inferences. - Understanding meaning from context. - Moving beyond the text. 4. Writing - Substituting an expression with a word (pg. 60) Writing a formal letter of complaint (pg. 63)

WEEK
17-22 28/4-20/6

THEME / TOPIC
Literature Component : Novel Catch Us if You Can Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Theme : Health Chapter 6 Smoking: The Silent Killer

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students should be able to : 3.1 Listen to and respond to literary works by (a) Understanding and telling in ones own words the story read, and giving ones opinion of the text. Students should be able to : 1.2 Take part in social interaction by (a) carrying out a variety of language functions. 2.2 Process information by (b) extracting main ideas and details. (f) drawing conclusions. 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing instructions. (g) composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar.

DOMAIN
3.0 Aesthetic

SPECIFICATIONS
Level 1 iii. Retelling the story in ones own words. Level 2 v. Narrating the sequence of events. Level 1 i. Asking about ones health / physical state.

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES
1. Complete summary of events.

1.0 Interpersonal

Present Perfect Tense (pg. 98) Modals (pg. 115) Auxiliaries (pg. 116)

2.0 Informational Level 2 viii. Identifying main ideas in the text read. ix. Listing important details. 2.0 Informational Level 2 v. Summarizing ideas in a text. Level 2 iv. Expanding notes and outlines.

Chapter 7 Selfesteem

1. Talk about advertisements. (pg. 106) 2. Role play Enquiring about ones health (pg. 108) 3. Read Battle For Freedom (pg. 110) - Reading for details. - Reading for main ideas. - Making inferences. 4. Writing - Ways to boost selfesteem. - How to lead a healthy lifestyle. (SPM Past Years' Question) 5. Further practice : SPM Past Years Questions 1119/2 Comprehension 1119/1 Continuous writing

WEEK
23-28 23/6-01/8

THEME / TOPIC
Literature Component : Novel Step by the Wicked Steps Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students should be able to : 3.1 Listen to and respond to literary works by (a) understanding and telling in ones own words the story read, and giving ones opinion of the text. (b) recognizing elements in a story such as characters. (c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones own life.

DOMAIN
3.0 Aesthetic

SPECIFICATIONS
Level 1 iii. Retelling the story in ones own words. Level 2 v. Narrating the sequence of events. Level 2 vi. Describing characters and writing s paragraph or two about them. Level 3 x. Discussing the theme and message of story.

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES
1. Plot events on a graph. 2. Sequencing events / pictures. 3. Character bingo 4. Character grid

WEEK
29-35 04/8-26/9

THEME / TOPIC
Theme : Science & Technology Chapter 8 Transport Tomorrow

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students should be able to : 1.2 Take part in social interaction by (a) carrying out a variety of language functions. 2.2 Process information by (b) extracting main ideas and details. (j) making short notes. (a) skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas. (d) getting the explicit and implicit meanings of the text. 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing instructions. (b) describing (g) summarizing information

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS
Level 2 vi. Pronouncing words clearly and correctly and asking questions and making statements with the correct intonation, word stress and sentence rhythm. Level 1 iv. Taking notes of the text heard. iii. Scanning for details. Level 2 viii. Identifying main ideas in the text read. ix. Listing important details. Level 2 v. Summarizing ideas in a text. vii. Writing articles on specific areas.

LANGUAGE CONTENT
Simple Future Tense Present Continuous Tense (pg. 133)

ACTIVITIES
1. Talk about future forms of transportation. (pg. 123) 2. Listen and respond (pg. 124) - Listening to a news bulletin (pg. 124) - Fill in grid (pg. 124) - Making enquiries after reading advertisements (pg. 124) 3. Text Quest (pg. 126) - Reading for details. - Reading for main ideas. - Making inferences. - Understanding meaning from context. - Moving beyond text. 4. Writing - Writing summary (pg. 130) - Describe new forms of transportation. 5. Further practice : SPM Past Years Questions 1119/2 Summary 1119/1 Directed writing

1.0 Interpersonal

Nouns functioning as adjectives (pg. 194)

Chapter 12 Robot: Friend Or Foe?

2.0 Informational

2.0 Informational

Literature Component : Novel Catch Us if You Can Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Characters Themes Moral Value

Students should be able to : 3.1 Listen to and respond to literary works by (c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones own life.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 2 viii. Discussing values explored in the text. ix. Relating events, characters and values to ones life.

-Story Telling -Complete grid

Week 36-37 29/9-10/10 Week 38-39 13/1024/10 Week 40-41 27/1014/11 Week 4243 10/1121/11

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SPM Trial Examination

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