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English Scheme of Work for Year 5

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 1
(4-8 January)




World of Self /
Personal
relationship


Family First

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about their family and other
families.
2. Read and understand different types
of texts.
3. Reply an email.
4. Transfer information.
5. Fill in forms of personal particulars.
6. Use pronouns and compound words.
7. say words as you’re , don’t and we’ll
8.
9.
10.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains word contractions
1.1.2 listen to and identify different types of letter sounds
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound words
correctly.
1.5.1 Listen to descriptions, recounts and simple factual texts and
give details.
2.1.2 Pronounce compound words correctly
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other form of questions to seek information.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher guided discussions.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (axe) word
contractions.
3.1.3 read aloud words with word contractions
3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud compound words in texts...
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words
before and after.
3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.

Grammar: -
- Pronouns
( Personal pronouns –I , you ,
he, she, we, they)
- Possessive adjectives
My book, his shoes, John’s bag
Our books, their books

Vocabulary:-

Aunt, basketball, bedroom. beehive,
birthday, brother, celebrate, celebrations,
children, classmates, cousin, daughter,
dustbin, eldest, exciting, experience,
family, father, feast, festival, fishbowl,
fishermen, fruit cake, grandfather,
grandmother, goldfish, housewife,
household, housework, highway, mother,
our, prayers, son, sister, they, their, uncle,
youngest









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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 2
(11-15 January)




World of Self /
Personal
relationship


Family First

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about their family and other
families.
2. Read and understand different types
of texts.
3. Reply an email.
4. Transfer information.
5. Fill in forms of personal particulars.
6. Use pronouns and compound words.
7. say words as you’re , don’t and we’ll
8.
9.
10.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains word contractions
1.1.2 listen to and identify different types of letter sounds
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound words
correctly.
1.5.1 Listen to descriptions, recounts and simple factual texts and
give details.
2.1.2 Pronounce compound words correctly
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other form of questions to seek information.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher guided discussions.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (axe) word
contractions.
3.1.3 read aloud words with word contractions
3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud compound words in texts...
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words
before and after.
3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.

Grammar: -
- Pronouns
( Personal pronouns –I , you ,
he, she, we, they)
- Possessive adjectives
My book, his shoes, John’s bag
Our books, their books

Vocabulary:-

Aunt, basketball, bedroom. beehive,
birthday, brother, celebrate, celebrations,
children, classmates, cousin, daughter,
dustbin, eldest, exciting, experience,
family, father, feast, festival, fishbowl,
fishermen, fruit cake, grandfather,
grandmother, goldfish, housewife,
household, housework, highway, mother,
our, prayers, son, sister, they, their, uncle,
youngest









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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 3
(18- 22 January)




World of Self /
Personal
relationship


Family First

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about their family and other
families.
2. Read and understand different types
of texts.
3. Reply an email.
4. Transfer information.
5. Fill in forms of personal particulars.
6. Use pronouns and compound words.
7. say words as you’re , don’t and we’ll
8.
9.
10.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains word contractions
1.1.2 listen to and identify different types of letter sounds
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound words
correctly.
1.5.1 Listen to descriptions, recounts and simple factual texts and
give details.
2.1.2 Pronounce compound words correctly
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other form of questions to seek information.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher guided discussions.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (axe) word
contractions.
3.1.3 read aloud words with word contractions
3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud compound words in texts...
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words
before and after.
3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.

Grammar: -
- Pronouns
( Personal pronouns –I , you ,
he, she, we, they)
- Possessive adjectives
My book, his shoes, John’s bag
Our books, their books

Vocabulary:-

Aunt, basketball, bedroom. beehive,
birthday, brother, celebrate, celebrations,
children, classmates, cousin, daughter,
dustbin, eldest, exciting, experience,
family, father, feast, festival, fishbowl,
fishermen, fruit cake, grandfather,
grandmother, goldfish, housewife,
household, housework, highway, mother,
our, prayers, son, sister, they, their, uncle,
youngest








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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 4
(25–29 January)




World of Self /
Personal
relationship


Family First

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about their family and other
families.
2. Read and understand different types
of texts.
3. Reply an email.
4. Transfer information.
5. Fill in forms of personal particulars.
6. Use pronouns and compound words.
7. say words as you’re , don’t and we’ll
8.
9.
10.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains word contractions
1.1.2 listen to and identify different types of letter sounds
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound words
correctly.
1.5.1 Listen to descriptions, recounts and simple factual texts and
give details.
2.1.2 Pronounce compound words correctly
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other form of questions to seek information.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher guided discussions.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (axe) word
contractions.
3.1.3 read aloud words with word contractions
3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud compound words in texts...
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words
before and after.
3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.

Grammar: -
- Pronouns
( Personal pronouns –I , you ,
he, she, we, they)
- Possessive adjectives
My book, his shoes, John’s
bag
Our books, their books

Vocabulary:-

Aunt, basketball, bedroom. beehive,
birthday, brother, celebrate,
celebrations, children, classmates,
cousin, daughter,
dustbin, eldest, exciting, experience,
family, father, feast, festival, fishbowl,
fishermen, fruit cake, grandfather,
grandmother, goldfish, housewife,
household, housework, highway,
mother, our, prayers, son, sister, they,
their, uncle, youngest







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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 5
(29 January –
2 February )



World of Self /
World of
Knowledge



Travel and
adventures

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Listen to and repeat chants.
2. talk about travel and adventures
3. Read texts and answer questions.
4. understand ordinal numbers and
dates
5. Transfer information from linear to
non-linear.
6. Make decisions and write
paragraphs.
7. write brochures
8. use could and should in sentences
9. Use irregular verbs in the Past Tense.
10. listen to and discriminate sounds
such as big, cap and soil

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains ….
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly.
1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty
first. ( 16
th
– 31 sty)
1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and
talk about them.
2.1.1 repeat words that contain the following (final consonants -
/g/,/p/,/l/ )
2.3.3 Talk about things heard, seen or read.
2.3.5 Understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty first.
(16
th
– 31 sty)
2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.5.1 Give details about the people and animals of a story heard, read
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the double consonants and the
initial blends.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with letters listed in the final digraphs.
3.2.5 Recognize and read and learn ordinal numbers ( 16 the – 31
st
)
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.6.2 Give words opposite in meaning
3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions,
directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and
descriptions.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.6.2 Indent when writing a paragraph.

Grammar :-
- Modals (could/should)
- Simple Past Tense
Irregular verbs

Vocabulary :-

Accommodation, across ,
attractions , bazaar, brochure ,
brought, celebrate , coastline,
convenient, convoy ,costumes ,
destination , distance , habitat ,
mechanics , popular , package ,
participants , sanctuary , sixteenth ,
slept ,snorkel , successful , terrible,
traditional, costumes

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 6
(5–9 February)




World of Self /
World of Knowledge



Travel and
adventures

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Listen to and repeat chants.
2. talk about travel and adventures
3. Read texts and answer questions.
4. understand ordinal numbers and
dates
5. Transfer information from linear to
non-linear.
6. Make decisions and write
paragraphs.
7. write brochures
8. use could and should in sentences
9. Use irregular verbs in the Past
Tense.
10. listen to and discriminate sounds
such as big, cap and soil

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains ….
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly.
1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty
first. ( 16
th
– 31 st)
1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and
talk about them.
2.1.1 repeat words that contain the following (final consonants -
/g/,/p/,/l/ )
2.3.3 Talk about things heard, seen or read.
2.3.5 Understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty first.
(16
th
– 31 st)
2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.5.1 Give details about the people and animals of a story heard, read
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the double consonants and the
initial blends.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with letters listed in the final digraphs.
3.2.5 Recognize and read and learn ordinal numbers ( 16 th – 31
st
)
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.6.2 Give words opposite in meaning
3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions,
directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and
descriptions.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.6.2 Indent when writing a paragraph.

Grammar :-
- Modals (could/should)
- Simple Past Tense
Irregular verbs

Vocabulary :-

Accommodation, across ,
attractions , bazaar, brochure ,
brought, celebrate , coastline,
convenient, convoy ,costumes ,
destination , distance , habitat ,
mechanics , popular , package ,
participants , sanctuary , sixteenth ,
slept ,snorkel , successful , terrible,
traditional, costumes

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 7
(12-16 February)




World of Self /
World of Knowledge



Travel and
adventures

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Listen to and repeat chants.
2. talk about travel and adventures
3. Read texts and answer questions.
4. understand ordinal numbers and
dates
5. Transfer information from linear to
non-linear.
6. Make decisions and write
paragraphs.
7. write brochures
8. use could and should in sentences
9. Use irregular verbs in the Past
Tense.
10. listen to and discriminate sounds
such as big, cap and soil

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains ….
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly.
1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty
first. ( 16
th
– 31 st)
1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and
talk about them.
2.1.1 repeat words that contain the following (final consonants -
/g/,/p/,/l/ )
2.3.3 Talk about things heard, seen or read.
2.3.5 Understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty first.
(16
th
– 31 st)
2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.5.1 Give details about the people and animals of a story heard, read
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the double consonants and the
initial blends.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with letters listed in the final digraphs.
3.2.5 Recognize and read and learn ordinal numbers ( 16 th – 31
st
)
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.6.2 Give words opposite in meaning
3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions,
directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and
descriptions.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.6.2 Indent when writing a paragraph.

Grammar :-
- Modals (could/should)
- Simple Past Tense
Irregular verbs

Vocabulary :-

Accommodation, across ,
attractions , bazaar, brochure ,
brought, celebrate , coastline,
convenient, convoy ,costumes ,
destination , distance , habitat ,
mechanics , popular , package ,
participants , sanctuary , sixteenth ,
slept ,snorkel , successful , terrible,
traditional, costumes

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 8
(19-23 February)




World of Self /
World of Knowledge



Travel and
adventures

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Listen to and repeat chants.
2. talk about travel and adventures
3. Read texts and answer questions.
4. understand ordinal numbers and
dates
5. Transfer information from linear to
non-linear.
6. Make decisions and write
paragraphs.
7. write brochures
8. use could and should in sentences
9. Use irregular verbs in the Past
Tense.
10. listen to and discriminate sounds
such as big, cap and soil

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains ….
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly.
1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty
first. ( 16
th
– 31st)
1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and
talk about them.
2.1.1 repeat words that contain the following (final consonants -
/g/,/p/,/l/ )
2.3.3 Talk about things heard, seen or read.
2.3.5 Understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth – thirty first.
(16
th
– 31 sty)
2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.5.1 Give details about the people and animals of a story heard, read
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the double consonants and the
initial blends.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with letters listed in the final digraphs.
3.2.5 Recognize and read and learn ordinal numbers ( 16 th – 31
st
)
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering
comprehension questions & completing info transfer diagrams.
3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.6.2 Give words opposite in meaning
3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions,
directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and
descriptions.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.6.2 Indent when writing a paragraph.

Grammar :-
- Modals (could/should)
- Simple Past Tense
Irregular verbs

Vocabulary :-

Accommodation, across ,
attractions , bazaar, brochure ,
brought, celebrate , coastline,
convenient, convoy ,costumes ,
destination , distance , habitat ,
mechanics , popular , package ,
participants , sanctuary , sixteenth ,
slept ,snorkel , successful , terrible,
traditional, costumes
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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 9
(26 February
2 March)

World of Knowledge/
World of self



Saving Our
Environment



By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to texts read
2. talk about our environment
3. read texts and answer questions
4. Identify words with the same
sound.
5. form questions
6. write compound sentences using
so and because
7. write sentences to show habitual
actions
8. say words such as across and
almost
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: (I) initial
vowels.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering
comprehension questions in relation to – main ideas and details.
3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a
story read.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

Grammar:-
-Conjunctions : so and because
-Tenses Simple Present Tense- for
habitual actions
- Sentence types- simple sentence
- compound
sentence



Vocabulary
Adrift, always, audience,
auditorium. awful, chemicals,
chimney, clogged, colleagues,
customer, destroy, dispose of,
dump, factory, furnace, garbage,
housing estate, incinerator ,inspect,
landfill, metal , public health
inspector, recycle, reduce,
released, rot , sort







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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 10
( 5 – 9 March)




World of Knowledge/
World of self



Saving Our
Environment

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to texts read
2. talk about our environment
3. read texts and answer questions
4. Identify words with the same
sound.
5. form questions
6. write compound sentences using
so and because
7. write sentences to show habitual
actions
8. say words such as across and
almost
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: (i) initial
vowels.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering
comprehension questions in relation to – main ideas and details.
3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a
story read.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

Grammar:-
-Conjunctions : so and because
-Tenses Simple Present Tense- for
habitual actions
- Sentence types- simple sentence
- compound
sentence



Vocabulary
Adrift, always, audience,
auditorium. awful, chemicals,
chimney, clogged, colleagues,
customer, destroy, dispose of,
dump, factory, furnace, garbage,
housing estate, incinerator ,inspect,
landfill, metal , public health
inspector, recycle, reduce,
released, rot , sort







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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 11
( 19 – 23 March)




World of Knowledge/
World of self



Saving Our
Environment

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to texts read
2. talk about our environment
3. read texts and answer questions
4. Identify words with the same
sound.
5. form questions
6. write compound sentences using
so and because
7. write sentences to show habitual
actions
8. say words such as across and
almost
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: (i) initial
vowels.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering
comprehension questions in relation to – main ideas and details.
3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a
story read.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

Grammar:-
-Conjunctions : so and because
-Tenses Simple Present Tense- for
habitual actions
- Sentence types- simple sentence
- compound
sentence



Vocabulary
Adrift, always, audience,
auditorium. awful, chemicals,
chimney, clogged, colleagues,
customer, destroy, dispose of,
dump, factory, furnace, garbage,
housing estate, incinerator ,inspect,
landfill, metal , public health
inspector, recycle, reduce,
released, rot , sort







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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 12
(26 – 30 March)




World of Knowledge/
World of self



Saving Our
Environment

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to texts read
2. talk about our environment
3. read texts and answer questions
4. Identify words with the same
sound.
5. form questions
6. write compound sentences using
so and because
7. write sentences to show habitual
actions
8. say words such as across and
almost
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: (i) initial
vowels.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering
comprehension questions in relation to – main ideas and details.
3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a
story read.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

Grammar:-
-Conjunctions : so and because
-Tenses Simple Present Tense- for
habitual actions
- Sentence types- simple sentence
- compound
sentence



Vocabulary
Adrift, always, audience,
auditorium. awful, chemicals,
chimney, clogged, colleagues,
customer, destroy, dispose of,
dump, factory, furnace, garbage,
housing estate, incinerator ,inspect,
landfill, metal , public health
inspector, recycle, reduce,
released, rot , sort





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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 13
(2-6 April)




World of Self and
Personal
Relationship

Animals and
Us

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. name and talk about animals and
their young
2. read and response to texts about
animals
3. Read and respond to a story.
4. Describe animals in groups.
5. compare and contrast animals
6. write a journal
7. use Past tense
8. listen to and discriminate sounds
such as sunset and cloud
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
3.1.3Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (ii) final
consonants - /t/ and /d/
3.1.5 Compare words for similar and different sounds.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the
story.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.2 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes
with missing words and simple phrases ( with guidance)
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.4. Write simple recounts with guidance.

Grammar:-
-Nouns
-Collective nouns
- Past simple with (d/ ed)
- Sentence types- simple sentence
- compound
sentence



Vocabulary
Animals, bat, brood, calves, cat,
chicks, chickens, chimpanzees,
coops, cows, cricket, dog , ducks,
ducklings, experience, farm, farm
stay, fish , flock, foal, frog,
goats, goose, gosling, hens, herd,
house, kids, kittens, leopard, litter,
nest, owl, pond, puppy, rabbits, sea
lion, shed, squirrels, swarm,
tadpole, troop, toad, weekend,
wolves






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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 14
(9-13 April)



World of Self and
Personal
Relationship

Animals and
Us



By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. name and talk about animals and
their young
2. read and response to texts about
animals
3. Read and respond to a story.
4. Describe animals in groups.
5. compare and contrast animals
6. write a journal
7. use Past tense
8. listen to and discriminate sounds
such as sunset and cloud
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
3.1.3Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (ii) final
consonants - /t/ and /d/
3.1.5 Compare words for similar and different sounds.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the
story.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.2 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes
with missing words and simple phrases ( with guidance)
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.4. Write simple recounts with guidance.

Grammar:-
-Nouns
-Collective nouns
- Past simple with (d/ ed)
- Sentence types- simple sentence
- compound
sentence



Vocabulary
Animals, bat, brood, calves, cat,
chicks, chickens, chimpanzees,
coops, cows, cricket, dog , ducks,
ducklings, experience, farm, farm
stay, fish , flock, foal, frog,
goats, goose, gosling, hens, herd,
house, kids, kittens, leopard, litter,
nest, owl, pond, puppy, rabbits, sea
lion, shed, squirrels, swarm,
tadpole, troop, toad, weekend,
wolves







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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 15
(16-20 April)


World of Self and
Personal Relationship

Animals and Us





By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. name and talk about animals and
their young
2. read and response to texts about
animals
3. Read and respond to a story.
4. Describe animals in groups.
5. compare and contrast animals
6. write a journal
7. use Past tense
8. listen to and discriminate sounds
such as sunset and cloud
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
3.1.3Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (ii) final
consonants - /t/ and /d/
3.1.5 Compare words for similar and different sounds.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the
story.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.2 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes
with missing words and simple phrases ( with guidance)
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.4. Write simple recounts with guidance.

Grammar:-
-Nouns
-Collective nouns
- Past simple with (d/ ed)
- Sentence types- simple sentence
- compound
sentence



Vocabulary
Animals, bat, brood, calves, cat,
chicks, chickens, chimpanzees,
coops, cows, cricket, dog , ducks,
ducklings, experience, farm, farm
stay, fish , flock, foal, frog,
goats, goose, gosling, hens, herd,
house, kids, kittens, leopard, litter,
nest, owl, pond, puppy, rabbits, sea
lion, shed, squirrels, swarm,
tadpole, troop, toad, weekend,
wolves







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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 16
(23-27 April)




World of Self and
Knowledge



Bountiful
Harvest

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about modern farming.
2. read and answer questions
3. Write a story.
4, use homographs
5. use singular and plural form
6. make and respond to suggestions
7. listen to , say and discriminate
sounds of words
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
2.7.3 Suggesting ideas to do things.
2.7.4 Responding to suggestions.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (vi) initial
blends.
3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homographs.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.4. Write simple recounts with guidance.

Grammar: -

- Nouns
- Numbers
(singular and plural forms)

Language Functions:-
- To seek and make suggestions
- To response
-

Vocabulary:-

Agricultural , industry , association ,
blazer, bled, blinded, blink, blissful,
blisters, blizzard, blown, bow, bright,
broke, can , child, children, clear, cliff,
climbed, clock, clump, cricket, crops ,
date, deforestation , desert, dinner,
discover, estate, fabrics, farmers,
farmer’s income, fast , fertilizers,
grains, geese, goose, hardworking,
harvesting, hungry , kenaf ,
landowners, leaves, lice, louse,
machinery , mice , mouse , ox , oxen ,
pesticides , plant , plantation , present ,
processing , pulp , paper, refuse,
responsible, snow , summer, sympathy,
systematic, teeth , tooth, wandered,
weak , wind, winter, woman , young

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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 17
(30 April-
4 May)




World of Self and
Knowledge



Bountiful
Harvest

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about modern farming.
2. read and answer questions
3. Write a story.
4, use homographs
5. use singular and plural form
6. make and respond to suggestions
7. listen to , say and discriminate
sounds of words
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
2.7.3 Suggesting ideas to do things.
2.7.4 Responding to suggestions.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (vi) initial
blends.
3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homographs.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.4. Write simple recounts with guidance.

Grammar: -

- Nouns
- Numbers
(singular and plural forms)

Language Functions:-
- To seek and make suggestions
- To response
-

Vocabulary:-

Agricultural , industry , association ,
blazer, bled, blinded, blink, blissful,
blisters, blizzard, blown, bow, bright,
broke, can , child, children, clear, cliff,
climbed, clock, clump, cricket, crops ,
date, deforestation , desert, dinner,
discover, estate, fabrics, farmers,
farmer’s income, fast , fertilizers,
grains, geese, goose, hardworking,
harvesting, hungry , kenaf ,
landowners, leaves, lice, louse,
machinery , mice , mouse , ox , oxen ,
pesticides , plant , plantation , present ,
processing , pulp , paper, refuse,
responsible, snow , summer, sympathy,
systematic, teeth , tooth, wandered,
weak , wind, winter, woman , young





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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC
LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 18
(7- 11 May )




World of Self and
Knowledge



Bountiful
Harvest

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about modern farming.
2. read and answer questions
3. Write a story.
4, use homographs
5. use singular and plural form
6. make and respond to suggestions
7. listen to , say and discriminate
sounds of words
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read.
2.7.3 Suggesting ideas to do things.
2.7.4 Responding to suggestions.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (vi) initial
blends.
3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homographs.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.4. Write simple recounts with guidance.

Grammar: -

- Nouns
- Numbers
(singular and plural forms)

Language Functions:-
- To seek and make suggestions
- To response
-

Vocabulary:-

Agricultural , industry , association ,
blazer, bled, blinded, blink, blissful,
blisters, blizzard, blown, bow, bright,
broke, can , child, children, clear, cliff,
climbed, clock, clump, cricket, crops ,
date, deforestation , desert, dinner,
discover, estate, fabrics, farmers,
farmer’s income, fast , fertilizers,
grains, geese, goose, hardworking,
harvesting, hungry , kenaf ,
landowners, leaves, lice, louse,
machinery , mice , mouse , ox , oxen ,
pesticides , plant , plantation , present ,
processing , pulp , paper, refuse,
responsible, snow , summer, sympathy,
systematic, teeth , tooth, wandered,
weak , wind, winter, woman , young




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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 19
(14 – 18 May)




World of Knowledge



Glorious Food

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about various food in the
country...
2. Read and understand texts.
3. Write a paragraph.
4. accept sentences using an
invitation
5. Form sentences using some and
any.
6. listen to and say words such as
walked, smallest, bitter and
celebration
7. listen to and say words with
correct stress
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.7.1 Extending an invitation.
2.7.2 accepting or declining an invitation
3.1.3 Read aloud words with the letters listed
3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.9.2 Read and give details about people and animals in the story.
3.9.3 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.1 Write words and phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.

Grammar: -

- Uncountable nouns

Language Functions:-
- To accept and decline an
invitation

Vocabulary:-

Any , balanced , bigger , biggest ,
convenient , ethnic, expensive ,
hygienic , ingredients , largest , pickles
, please , some , smallest , sweetest ,
special , tasty , unique , variety















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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 20
(21-25 May)

World of Knowledge



Glorious Food




By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about various food in the
country...
2. Read and understand texts.
3. Write a paragraph.
4. accept sentences using an
invitation
5. Form sentences using some and
any.
6. listen to and say words such as
walked, smallest, bitter and
celebration
7. listen to and say words with
correct stress
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.7.1 Extending an invitation.
2.7.2 accepting or declining an invitation
3.1.3 Read aloud words with the letters listed
3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.9.2 Read and give details about people and animals in the story.
3.9.3 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.1 Write words and phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.

Grammar: -

- Uncountable nouns

Language Functions:-
- To accept and decline an
invitation

Vocabulary:-

Any , balanced , bigger , biggest ,
convenient , ethnic, expensive ,
hygienic , ingredients , largest , pickles
, please , some , smallest , sweetest ,
special , tasty , unique , variety

















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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 21
(11 – 15 June)




World of Knowledge



Glorious Food


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about various food in the
country...
2. Read and understand texts.
3. Write a paragraph.
4. accept sentences using an
invitation
5. Form sentences using some and
any.
6. listen to and say words such as
walked, smallest, bitter and
celebration
7. listen to and say words with
correct stress
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letters sounds.
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to same sounds.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.7.1 Extending an invitation.
2.7.2 accepting or declining an invitation
3.1.3 Read aloud words with the letters listed
3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.9.2 Read and give details about people and animals in the story.
3.9.3 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, and
recipes, stories with missing word with little or no guidance.
4.4.1 Write words and phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.

Grammar: -

- Uncountable nouns

Language Functions:-
- To accept and decline an
invitation

Vocabulary:-

Any , balanced , bigger , biggest ,
convenient , ethnic, expensive ,
hygienic , ingredients , largest , pickles
, please , some , smallest , sweetest ,
special , tasty , unique , variety



















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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 22
(18 -22 June)


World of Stories/
World of Knowledge



People

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about people.
2. read aloud poems and stories
clearly and expressively.
3. Read and respond to text about
people.
4. Answer various forms of
questions.
5. Form sentences to describe people.
6. Use article a, an, and the.
7. Make sentences using Subject-
Verb Agreement.
8. Listen to and say words such as
school, bird and telephone.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

Grammar: -
- articles
- Subject – Verb agreement


Vocabulary:-

Anchor, alphabet , ancestor, appreciate
, brave , design , dignitary , diligent ,
excited , community, courageous ,
enemy, echo, hardworking , honest ,
invent , indigenous, leader, organ ,
particular , polite, protect , proud ,
peace, parade, receive, represent ,
responsible , society, treat, useful















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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 23
(25 – 29 June)




World of Stories/
World of Knowledge



People


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about people.
2. read aloud poems and stories
clearly and expressively.
3. Read and respond to text about
people.
4. Answer various forms of
questions.
5. Form sentences to describe people.
6. Use article a, an, and the.
7. Make sentences using Subject-
Verb Agreement.
8. Listen to and say words such as
school, bird and telephone.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

Grammar: -
- articles
- Subject – Verb agreement


Vocabulary:-

Anchor, alphabet , ancestor, appreciate
, brave , design , dignitary , diligent ,
excited , community, courageous ,
enemy, echo, hardworking , honest ,
invent , indigenous, leader, organ ,
particular , polite, protect , proud ,
peace, parade, receive, represent ,
responsible , society, treat, useful













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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 24
(2 – 6 July)




World of Stories/
World of Knowledge



People


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk about people.
2. read aloud poems and stories
clearly and expressively.
3. Read and respond to text about
people.
4. Answer various forms of
questions.
5. Form sentences to describe people.
6. Use article a, an, and the.
7. Make sentences using Subject-
Verb Agreement.
8. Listen to and say words such as
school, bird and telephone.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to seek information
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

Grammar: -
- articles
- Subject – Verb agreement


Vocabulary:-

Anchor, alphabet , ancestor, appreciate
, brave , design , dignitary , diligent ,
excited , community, courageous ,
enemy, echo, hardworking , honest ,
invent , indigenous, leader, organ ,
particular , polite, protect , proud ,
peace, parade, receive, represent ,
responsible , society, treat, useful











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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 25
(9 -13 July)




World of Knowledge

World of Stories



Inventions

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to text read
2. Talk about inventions.
3. Read texts and answer questions.
4. Write simple instructions.
5. Form sentences to describe people.
6. Use proper nouns.
7. Write positive and negative
statements.
8. Listen to and discriminate sounds
such as cough and ache.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories , recounts and
descriptions heard
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
1.5.3Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk
about them.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contains the following soundv) final
diagraphs
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.1 Give details about people and animals in a story heard, read or
viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.2 Give words similar in meaning.
3.7.2 Read and select the definition suited to the meaning of words
in context
3.8.1 Read and understand different text such as instructions,
directions, notice, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and
descriptions.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meanings of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Proper nouns
- Positive sentences
- Negative sentences


Vocabulary:-

Bright, competitions, distances,
download, edit, experiments, gears,
handle, history, improve, invent,
material, motor, participate , propellers,
reduce, remove, rubber patch, squeeze,
wheels






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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 26
(16 -20 July)




World of Knowledge

World of Stories



Inventions

By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to text read
2. Talk about inventions.
3. Read texts and answer questions.
4. Write simple instructions.
5. Form sentences to describe people.
6. Use proper nouns.
7. Write positive and negative
statements.
8. Listen to and discriminate sounds
such as cough and ache.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories , recounts and
descriptions heard
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
1.5.3Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk
about them.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contains the following soundv) final
diagraphs
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.1 Give details about people and animals in a story heard, read or
viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.2 Give words similar in meaning.
3.7.2 Read and select the definition suited to the meaning of words
in context
3.8.1 Read and understand different text such as instructions,
directions, notice, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and
descriptions.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meanings of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.







Grammar: -
- Proper nouns
- Positive sentences
- Negative sentences


Vocabulary:-

Bright, competitions, distances,
download, edit, experiments, gears,
handle, history, improve, invent,
material, motor, participate , propellers,
reduce, remove, rubber patch, squeeze,
wheels
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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 27
(23 -27 July)


World of Knowledge

World of Stories



Inventions


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to text read
2. Talk about inventions.
3. Read texts and answer questions.
4. Write simple instructions.
5. Form sentences to describe people.
6. Use proper nouns.
7. Write positive and negative
statements.
8. Listen to and discriminate sounds
such as cough and ache.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories , recounts and
descriptions heard
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
1.5.3Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk
about them.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contains the following soundv) final
diagraphs
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.1 Give details about people and animals in a story heard, read or
viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.6.2 Give words similar in meaning.
3.7.2 Read and select the definition suited to the meaning of words
in context
3.8.1 Read and understand different text such as instructions,
directions, notice, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and
descriptions.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meanings of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Proper nouns
- Positive sentences
- Negative sentences


Vocabulary:-

Bright, competitions, distances,
download, edit, experiments, gears,
handle, history, improve, invent,
material, motor, participate , propellers,
reduce, remove, rubber patch, squeeze,
wheels





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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 28
(30 July-
03 August)



World of Stories
/ World of
Knowledge

Culture and
Traditions




By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Listen about culture and traditions
practiced by different ethnic groups.
2. Read and respond to texts about
culture and traditions.
3. Read and answer questions.
4. Form sentences about culture and
traditions.
5. Use conjunctions like and, but and
or.
6. Say words such as listen, wrap,
hour and island.
7. Answer comprehension questions.
8. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories , recounts and
descriptions heard
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
1.5.3Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk
about them.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contains the following soundv) final
diagraphs
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meanings of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Conjunctions
( and / but /so)

Vocabulary:-

Almost , attractive, began, cross,
competition, clothes, culture , custom,
costumes , events, favorite, forbidden,
happy , honest, honor, heir , hour,
instrument, island, listen, materials,
occasions, often , pastime, show, still,
tradition, those, temporary, through,
where, world , watch, wrap, wrong,
whistle, write






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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary




WEEK 29
(6 – 10 August)



World of Stories
/ World of
Knowledge

Culture and
Traditions




By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Listen about culture and traditions
practiced by different ethnic groups.
2. Read and respond to texts about
culture and traditions.
3. Read and answer questions.
4. Form sentences about culture and
traditions.
5. Use conjunctions like and, but and
or.
6. Say words such as listen, wrap,
hour and island.
7. Answer comprehension questions.
8. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories , recounts and
descriptions heard
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
1.5.3Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk
about them.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contains the following soundv) final
diagraphs
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meanings of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Conjunctions
( and / but /so)

Vocabulary:-

Almost , attractive, began, cross,
competition, clothes, culture , custom,
costumes , events, favorite, forbidden,
happy , honest, honor, heir , hour,
instrument, island, listen, materials,
occasions, often , pastime, show, still,
tradition, those, temporary, through,
where, world , watch, wrap, wrong,
whistle, write





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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 30
(13- 17 August)


World of Stories
/ World of
Knowledge

Culture and
Traditions


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Listen about culture and traditions
practiced by different ethnic groups.
2. Read and respond to texts about
culture and traditions.
3. Read and answer questions.
4. Form sentences about culture and
traditions.
5. Use conjunctions like and, but and
or.
6. Say words such as listen, wrap,
hour and island.
7. Answer comprehension questions.
8. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and
descriptions heard.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories , recounts and
descriptions heard
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, and simple factual texts
and give details.
1.5.3Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk
about them.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contains the following soundv) final
diagraphs
2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.
2.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively.
3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts.
3.8.3 Read and obtain meanings of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
3.8.4 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual
clues.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and
supporting details.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Conjunctions
( and / but /so)

Vocabulary:-

Almost , attractive, began, cross,
competition, clothes, culture , custom,
costumes , events, favorite, forbidden,
happy , honest, honor, heir , hour,
instrument, island, listen, materials,
occasions, often , pastime, show, still,
tradition, those, temporary, through,
where, world , watch, wrap, wrong,
whistle, write



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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 31
(27-31 August)

World of Personal
relationships
/ World of
Knowledge

What games do
you play?



By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Speak clearly by pronouncing
words accurately.
2. read aloud tongue twisters.
3. Read text on sports personalities.
4. Write using words to expand
sentences.
5. Construct simple paragraphs.
6. use adverbs and collective nouns
7. listen to and say aloud words such
as fresh, while and whole
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and
talk about them.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the
correct stress and intonations.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with initial diagraphs.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct stress and
intonations.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.
4.7.1 Write simple messages for a purpose.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Conjunctions
( and / but /so)

- collective nouns

a crowd of
a team of
a class of
a crew of
a pile of


Vocabulary:-

Angrily, athletics, athlete , badminton,
bat, ball, bitterly, competitors, football,
fresh, from, gymnasts, goalkeeper,
pads, gracefully, gloves, medal, neatly,
hockey, Olympic games, teams, squash,
Smartly, sweetly, softly, tournament,
white, whale, when, who, whole,
wholesaler, whined, whipped ,





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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 32
(3- 7 September)

World of Personal
relationships
/ World of
Knowledge

What games do
you play?



By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Speak clearly by pronouncing
words accurately.
2. read aloud tongue twisters.
3. Read text on sports personalities.
4. Write using words to expand
sentences.
5. Construct simple paragraphs.
6. use adverbs and collective nouns
7. listen to and say aloud words such
as fresh, while and whole
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and
talk about them.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the
correct stress and intonations.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with initial diagraphs.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct stress and
intonations.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.
4.7.1 Write simple messages for a purpose.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Conjunctions
( and / but /so)

- collective nouns

a crowd of
a team of
a class of
a crew of
a pile of


Vocabulary:-

Angrily, athletics, athlete , badminton,
bat, ball, bitterly, competitors, football,
fresh, from, gymnasts, goalkeeper,
pads, gracefully, gloves, medal, neatly,
hockey, Olympic games, teams, squash,
Smartly, sweetly, softly, tournament,
white, whale, when, who, whole,
wholesaler, whined, whipped ,




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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 33
(10- 14 September)

World of Personal
relationships
/ World of
Knowledge

What games do
you play?



By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Speak clearly by pronouncing
words accurately.
2. read aloud tongue twisters.
3. Read text on sports personalities.
4. Write using words to expand
sentences.
5. Construct simple paragraphs.
6. use adverbs and collective nouns
7. listen to and say aloud words such
as fresh, while and whole
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and
talk about them.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the
correct stress and intonations.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard
or viewed.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with initial diagraphs.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct stress and
intonations.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.
4.7.1 Write simple messages for a purpose.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Conjunctions
( and / but /so)

- collective nouns

a crowd of
a team of
a class of
a crew of
a pile of


Vocabulary:-

Angrily, athletics, athlete , badminton,
bat, ball, bitterly, competitors, football,
fresh, from, gymnasts, goalkeeper,
pads, gracefully, gloves, medal, neatly,
hockey, Olympic games, teams, squash,
Smartly, sweetly, softly, tournament,
white, whale, when, who, whole,
wholesaler, whined, whipped ,



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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 34
(17- 21 September)


World of Self and
Personal relationships



Where do you
live?


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to and read aloud a poem
2. Talk about one’s house and other
houses in general...
3. Read text on houses.
4. Write using words to expand
sentences.
5. Write describing houses.
6. use words such as big black and
tall strong
7. listen to, say and discriminate
words such as load, donkey and
neigh
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard, read or
viewed.
2.6.3 Relate the story to one’s life
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.

4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Adjective
Comparison


Vocabulary:-

Along, began, below, better, beautiful,
behind, beside , bigger, biggest, boat,
boatman, bomber, bright, brightest,
bungalow, cleverer, coat, communicate,
dust eldest, enormous, expensive, floor,
flat, follow, fast, fighter, garage,
gender, harmful, high, house,
impressive, large, light, massive, most,
neigh, old, own, other, playground,
rainstorm, row, small, weigh , wide,
window, yellow






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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 35
(24- 28 September)


World of Self and
Personal relationships



Where do you
live?


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to and read aloud a poem
2. Talk about one’s house and other
houses in general...
3. Read text on houses.
4. Write using words to expand
sentences.
5. Write describing houses.
6. use words such as big black and
tall strong
7. listen to, say and discriminate
words such as load, donkey and
neigh
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard, read or
viewed.
2.6.3 Relate the story to one’s life
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.

4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Adjective
Comparison


Vocabulary:-

Along, began, below, better, beautiful,
behind, beside , bigger, biggest, boat,
boatman, bomber, bright, brightest,
bungalow, cleverer, coat, communicate,
dust eldest, enormous, expensive, floor,
flat, follow, fast, fighter, garage,
gender, harmful, high, house,
impressive, large, light, massive, most,
neigh, old, own, other, playground,
rainstorm, row, small, weigh , wide,
window, yellow




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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 36
(1- 5 October)

World of Self and
Personal relationships



Where do you
live?



By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. listen to and read aloud a poem
2. Talk about one’s house and other
houses in general...
3. Read text on houses.
4. Write using words to expand
sentences.
5. Write describing houses.
6. use words such as big black and
tall strong
7. listen to, say and discriminate
words such as load, donkey and
neigh
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard, read or
viewed.
2.6.3 Relate the story to one’s life
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive
writing.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.

4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Adjective
Comparison


Vocabulary:-

Along, began, below, better, beautiful,
behind, beside , bigger, biggest, boat,
boatman, bomber, bright, brightest,
bungalow, cleverer, coat, communicate,
dust eldest, enormous, expensive, floor,
flat, follow, fast, fighter, garage,
gender, harmful, high, house,
impressive, large, light, massive, most,
neigh, old, own, other, playground,
rainstorm, row, small, weigh , wide,
window, yellow



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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 37
( 8-12 October)


World of Knowledge



The internet


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk and read about the internet.
2. Read and understand what a
website is.
3. read aloud poems and tongue
twisters.
4. Write compound sentences using
like, such as and for example.
5. Use words to show locations and
directions.
6. Listen to and say aloud words such
as butter, jelly, narrow and Nippy.
7 Complete tables with details.
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the
correct stress and intonation.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with double consonants.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in text observing correct stress and
intonation and sentence rhythm
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
3.10.1 Read according to one’s interest and keep a record reading
record.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.
4.7.2 Fill out forms.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Prepositions
- Simple sentences
- Compound sentences

Vocabulary:-

Above , across, along, among , around,
article , bedroom, behind, below,
brother, cable, chat , classroom,
connect , country , details, down ,
educational , e- mail, exchange ,follow,
example, friends , in front of ,
information, internet , interesting ,
keyboard, like, monitor, mouse , near,
next to , online, dictionary , print ,
printer , solve , such as , through
together, under, visit , website, web
page , word , year ,
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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 38
(15- 19 October)



World of Knowledge



The internet


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk and read about the internet.
2. Read and understand what a
website is.
3. read aloud poems and tongue
twisters.
4. Write compound sentences using
like, such as and for example.
5. Use words to show locations and
directions.
6. Listen to and say aloud words such
as butter, jelly, narrow and Nippy.
7 Complete tables with details.
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the
correct stress and intonation.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with double consonants.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in text observing correct stress and
intonation and sentence rhythm
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
3.10.1 Read according to one’s interest and keep a record reading
record.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.
4.7.2 Fill out forms.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Prepositions
- Simple sentences
- Compound sentences

Vocabulary:-

Above , across, along, among , around,
article , bedroom, behind, below,
brother, cable, chat , classroom,
connect , country , details, down ,
educational , e- mail, exchange ,follow,
example, friends , in front of ,
information, internet , interesting ,
keyboard, like, monitor, mouse , near,
next to , online, dictionary , print ,
printer , solve , such as , through
together, under, visit , website, web
page , word , year ,

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 39
(22- 26 October)

World of Knowledge



The internet


By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

1. Talk and read about the internet.
2. Read and understand what a
website is.
3. read aloud poems and tongue
twisters.
4. Write compound sentences using
like, such as and for example.
5. Use words to show locations and
directions.
6. Listen to and say aloud words such
as butter, jelly, narrow and Nippy.
7 Complete tables with details.
8. Answer comprehension questions.
9. Complete statements by writing
out missing words and phrases.
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final blends
1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying
attention to pronunciation, stress and intonations correctly.
1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, poems and jazz
chants.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following soundv) final
diagraphs.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the
correct stress and intonation.
2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories , fables and situations: 41-50
2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions.
2.4.1Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and
appropriate gestures.
3.1.1Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (iv) medial
digraphs.
3.1.3 Read aloud words with double consonants.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in text observing correct stress and
intonation and sentence rhythm
3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary.
3.8.1 Read and understand different instructions, directions, notices,
labels, passages, recounts and description.
3.10.1 Read according to one’s interest and keep a record reading
record.
4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on
a given stimulus.
4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by
looking at pictures.
4.7.2 Fill out forms.
4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance.


Grammar: -
- Prepositions
- Simple sentences
- Compound sentences

Vocabulary:-

Above , across, along, among , around,
article , bedroom, behind, below,
brother, cable, chat , classroom,
connect , country , details, down ,
educational , e- mail, exchange ,follow,
example, friends , in front of ,
information, internet , interesting ,
keyboard, like, monitor, mouse , near,
next to , online, dictionary , print ,
printer , solve , such as , through
together, under, visit , website, web
page , word , year ,



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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 40
(29 October
2 November)




Ujian





WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 41
(5- 9 November)


Pupils are given prepared activities and task as below to enhance the mastery of the language.
1. Reading short stories and talk about the story.
2. Take part in language games.
3. Take part in class room quiz.
4. Write compositions.
5. Do oral presentations





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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Grammar/ Language Functions/
Vocabulary


WEEK 42
(12- 16 November)


Pupils are given prepared activities and task as below to enhance the mastery of the language.
5. Reading short stories and talk about the story.
6. Take part in language games.
7. Take part in class room quiz.
8. Write compositions.
5. Do oral presentations