English Scheme of Work for Year 4

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) 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 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.2.3 talk about personal experiences. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognize complete words in texts. 4.1.1 Copy letters of alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing combination of small and capital letters. 4.3.3 Match words to other words. 4.4.3 complete simple texts with missing word (s) 4.7.1 Use full stop for initials and abbrevietions. Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Common nouns - Proper nouns - Gender – masculine/ feminine - Personal pronouns - Punctuation Capital letters Full stop Vocabulary:Colour, white, friends , swim , skate, skip, skydive , swing , sway, twist ,twiddle , happy , I’m , they’ll, I’ve , it’s , we’re , don’t , lady , uncle, niece , goose, gander, peacock , peahen , leopardess.

WEEK 1 (3-5 January)

World of Personal Relationship What Do You Like?

1. Listen to and discriminate initial blends – words that begin with / tw/ sk/ and /sw/ sounds.. 2. Give relevant information politely on one’s likes and dislikes.. 3. Acquire key words at various stages of development. 4. Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 5.Ppunctuate meaningfully using full stops, capital letters and commas.. 6. Understand the idea of masculine and feminine. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions.

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) 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 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.2.3 talk about personal experiences. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognize complete words in texts. 4.1.1 Copy letters of alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing combination of small and capital letters. 4.3.3 Match words to other words. 4.4.3 complete simple texts with missing word (s) 4.7.1 Use full stop for initials and abbrevietions.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Common nouns - Proper nouns - Gender – masculine/ feminine - Personal pronouns - Punctuation Capital letters Full stop Vocabulary:Colour, white, friends , swim , skate, skip, skydive , swing , sway, twist ,twiddle , happy , I’m , they’ll, I’ve , it’s , we’re , don’t , lady , uncle, niece , goose, gander, peacock , peahen , leopardess.

WEEK 2 (8-12 January)

World of Personal Relationship What Do You Like?

1. Listen to and discriminate initial blends – words that begin with / tw/ sk/ and /sw/ sounds.. 2. Give relevant information politely on one’s likes and dislikes.. 3. Acquire key words at various stages of development. 4. Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 5.Ppunctuate meaningfully using full stops, capital letters and commas.. 6. Understand the idea of masculine and feminine. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions.

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) 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 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.2.3 talk about personal experiences. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognize complete words in texts. 4.1.1 Copy letters of alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing combination of small and capital letters. 4.3.3 Match words to other words. 4.4.3 complete simple texts with missing word (s) 4.7.1 Use full stop for initials and abbrevietions.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Common nouns - Proper nouns - Gender – masculine/ feminine - Personal pronouns - Punctuation Capital letters Full stop Vocabulary:Colour, white, friends , swim , skate, skip, skydive , swing , sway, twist ,twiddle , happy , I’m , they’ll, I’ve , it’s , we’re , don’t , lady , uncle, niece , goose, gander, peacock , peahen , leopardess.

WEEK 3 (15- 19 January)

World of Personal Relationship What Do You Like?

1. Listen to and discriminate initial blends – words that begin with / tw/ sk/ and /sw/ sounds.. 2. Give relevant information politely on one’s likes and dislikes.. 3. Acquire key words at various stages of development. 4. Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 5.Ppunctuate meaningfully using full stops, capital letters and commas.. 6. Understand the idea of masculine and feminine. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions.

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1 listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers (Scope : 30 -40) 1.3.3 Listen to all the words in the word list and demonstrate understanding of their meaning by matching them to pictures and the spoken words. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on cardinal numbers Scope 40 – 50 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal number (scope : 10 th -15 th) 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.3.1 Name and identify objects , parts of the body ect. 2.3.2 Understand number in stories and situations: ( 30 -40) 2.3.4 Understand numbers -40 -50 / number in tens up to 70 . 2.3.5 Give replies pertaining to ordinal numbers : 10th – 15th 2.6.2 State weather one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 30- 40 in numeral and word form 3.2.4 Recognise and read aloud – the numbers 40-50/ numbers in ten 50-70 in its numeral and word form. 3.2.6 Read and learn ordinal numbers: 10th – 15th 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.2 Copy letters of alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.2.1 Write clearly and legibly numerals 30 -50 in both number and word forms using cursive writing for word forms. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.6.1Spell words that are given to be memorized.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns ( number – singular and plural) - Subject and verb agreement - Simple present tense Vocabulary:Clothes , every, eyes , head , bandanna, vest , jeans , sneakers, gloves, singlet , raincoat , scarf, skirt , boots, nostrils , wrist , elbow, thigh , ankle , knee, morning, much , number, second ,first, eleventh , twelfth , thirteenth, fourteen , fifteenth , fifty , sixty, seventy, thirty-one, thirty –nine, fortyfour, forty-eight, come, goes, round, tries, brush, comb, bathe, plaque, dentist, cavities, fur, cotton, children, animals

WEEK 4 (22–26 January)

World of Knowledge Looking Good

1. Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final consonants such a l/l/ , p/p/ , b/b/ , t/t/ and d/d/. 2. Give relevant information politely on enquiries made on parts of the body. 3. Ask questions politely to obtain information. 4. ask simple questions requiring Yes/No replies. 5. Read and enjoy simple poems. 6. Copy words and phrases in clear legible cursive writing. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions. 9. write words using simple present tense. 10.Differentiate between singular and plural forms.

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4.6.2 apply spelling rules ; to plurals; a, Words ending in –ss,sh ,ch x – add es/ words ending in f, change f to v + es 4.6.3 take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1 listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers (Scope : 30 -40) 1.3.3 Listen to all the words in the word list and demonstrate understanding of their meaning by matching them to pictures and the spoken words. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on cardinal numbers Scope 40 – 50 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal number (scope : 10 th -15 th) 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.3.1 Name and identify objects , parts of the body ect. 2.3.2 Understand number in stories and situations: ( 30 -40) 2.3.4 Understand numbers -40 -50 / number in tens up to 70 . 2.3.5 Give replies pertaining to ordinal numbers : 10th – 15th 2.6.2 State weather one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 30- 40 in numeral and word form 3.2.4 Recognise and read aloud – the numbers 40-50/ numbers in ten 50-70 in its

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns ( number – singular and plural) - Subject and verb agreement - Simple present tense Vocabulary:Clothes , every, eyes , head , bandanna, vest , jeans , sneakers, gloves, singlet , raincoat , scarf, skirt , boots, nostrils , wrist , elbow, thigh , ankle , knee, morning, much , number, second ,first, eleventh , twelfth , thirteenth, fourteen , fifteenth , fifty , sixty, seventy, thirty-one, thirty –nine, fortyfour, forty-eight, come, goes,

WEEK 5 (29 January – 2 February )

World of Knowledge Looking Good

1. Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final consonants such a l/l/ , p/p/ , b/b/ , t/t/ and d/d/. 2. Give relevant information politely on enquiries made on parts of the body. 3. Ask questions politely to obtain information. 4. ask simple questions requiring Yes/No replies. 5. Read and enjoy simple poems. 6. Copy words and phrases in clear legible cursive writing. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences.

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8. Ask and answer questions. 9. write words using simple present tense. 10.Differentiate between singular and plural forms.

numeral and word form. 3.2.6 Read and learn ordinal numbers: 10th – 15th 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.2 Copy letters of alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.2.1 Write clearly and legibly numerals 30 -50 in both number and word forms using cursive writing for word forms. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.6.1Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.6.2 apply spelling rules ; to plurals; a, Words ending in –ss,sh ,ch x – add es/ words ending in f, change f to v + es 4.6.3 take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt

round, tries, brush, comb, bathe, plaque, dentist, cavities, fur, cotton, children, animals

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1 listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers (Scope : 30 -40) 1.3.3 Listen to all the words in the word list and demonstrate understanding of their meaning by matching them to pictures and the spoken words. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on cardinal numbers Scope 40 – 50 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal number (scope : 10 th -15 th) 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.3.1 Name and identify objects , parts of the body ect. 2.3.2 Understand number in stories and situations: ( 30 -40) 2.3.4 Understand numbers -40 -50 / number in tens up to 70 . 2.3.5 Give replies pertaining to ordinal numbers : 10th – 15th 2.6.2 State weather one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns ( number – singular and plural) - Subject and verb agreement - Simple present tense Vocabulary:Clothes , every, eyes , head , bandanna, vest , jeans , sneakers, gloves, singlet , raincoat , scarf, skirt , boots, nostrils , wrist , elbow, thigh , ankle , knee, morning, much , number, second ,first, eleventh , twelfth , thirteenth, fourteen ,

WEEK 6 (5–9 February)

World of Knowledge

1. Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final consonants such a l/l/ , p/p/ , b/b/ , t/t/ and d/d/. 2. Give relevant information politely on enquiries made on parts of the body. 3. Ask questions politely to obtain information. 4. ask simple questions requiring Yes/No replies. 5. Read and enjoy simple poems.

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6. Copy words and phrases in clear legible cursive writing. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions. 9. write words using simple present tense. 10.Differentiate between singular and plural forms.

3.1.3 Read aloud words with sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 30- 40 in numeral and word form 3.2.4 Recognise and read aloud – the numbers 40-50/ numbers in ten 50-70 in its numeral and word form. 3.2.6 Read and learn ordinal numbers: 10th – 15th 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.2 Copy letters of alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.2.1 Write clearly and legibly numerals 30 -50 in both number and word forms using cursive writing for word forms. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.6.1Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.6.2 apply spelling rules ; to plurals; a, Words ending in –ss,sh ,ch x – add es/ words ending in f, change f to v + es 4.6.3 take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt

fifteenth , fifty , sixty, seventy, thirty-one, thirty –nine, fortyfour, forty-eight, come, goes, round, tries, brush, comb, bathe, plaque, dentist, cavities, fur, cotton, children, animals

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1 listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers (Scope : 30 -40) 1.3.3 Listen to all the words in the word list and demonstrate understanding of their meaning by matching them to pictures and the spoken words. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on cardinal numbers Scope 40 – 50 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal number (scope : 10 th -15 th) 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.3.1 Name and identify objects , parts of the body ect. 2.3.2 Understand number in stories and situations: ( 30 -40) 2.3.4 Understand numbers -40 -50 / number in tens up to 70 . 2.3.5 Give replies pertaining to ordinal numbers : 10th – 15th 2.6.2 State weather one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi)

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns ( number – singular and plural) - Subject and verb agreement - Simple present tense Vocabulary:Clothes , every, eyes , head , bandanna, vest , jeans , sneakers, gloves, singlet , raincoat , scarf, skirt , boots, nostrils , wrist , elbow, thigh , ankle , knee, morning, much , number, second ,first, eleventh

WEEK 7 (12-16 February)

World of Knowledge

1. Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final consonants such a l/l/ , p/p/ , b/b/ , t/t/ and d/d/. 2. Give relevant information politely on enquiries made on parts of the body. 3. Ask questions politely to obtain information. 4. ask simple questions requiring Yes/No replies. 5. Read and enjoy simple

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poems. 6. Copy words and phrases in clear legible cursive writing. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions. 9. write words using simple present tense. 10.Differentiate between singular and plural forms.

word contractions. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 30- 40 in numeral and word form 3.2.4 Recognise and read aloud – the numbers 40-50/ numbers in ten 50-70 in its numeral and word form. 3.2.6 Read and learn ordinal numbers: 10th – 15th 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.2 Copy letters of alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.2.1 Write clearly and legibly numerals 30 -50 in both number and word forms using cursive writing for word forms. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.6.1Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.6.2 apply spelling rules ; to plurals; a, Words ending in –ss,sh ,ch x – add es/ words ending in f, change f to v + es 4.6.3 take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt

, twelfth , thirteenth, fourteen , fifteenth , fifty , sixty, seventy, thirty-one, thirty –nine, fortyfour, forty-eight, come, goes, round, tries, brush, comb, bathe, plaque, dentist, cavities, fur, cotton, children, animals

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.4.2 listen to and follow simple instruction in preparing food. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people an d animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns Countable nouns Uncountable nouns - Pronouns Demonstrative pronouns - Possessive adjectives - Modals Vocabulary:Playing, games, drink, sandcastle, bittergourd ,garlic, onions, potato, tomato, pumpkin, plumps, guava, grapefruit, pears, honey melons, mutton, venison, sausages, beef, spinach, French beans, carton, pudding, packet, invitation, salad, noodles, olive, lemon, pepper, peel, ingredients, grain, nutritious, balanced, greedy , stomach

WEEK 8 (19-23 February)

World of Knowledge

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final blends . 2. Preform a variety of functions in a social context such as inviting people a birthday party. 3. Acquire key words at various stages of development. 4. Read and write simple instructions. 5. Read and group words according to alphabetical order (second letter).. 6. understand the use of countable and uncountable nouns . 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions. 9. tell what is good and bad food

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/eating habits to keep healthy. 10.write comprehension answers.

3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.1 Look at letters and say aloud the final blends. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing the correctly. 3.4.2. read aloud words and phrases, pronouncing them correctly. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.3 Copy words in clear neat legible print for caption, labels , ect. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction with missing words. ( with guidance given in the form of pictures) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

ache, head , earache, backache, toothache , heart, lungs , bone , muscle, gymnastics

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.4.2 listen to and follow simple instruction in preparing food. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people an d animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns Countable nouns Uncountable nouns - Pronouns Demonstrative pronouns - Possessive adjectives - Modals Vocabulary:Playing, games, drink, sandcastle, bittergourd ,garlic, onions, potato, tomato, pumpkin, plumps, guava, grapefruit, pears, honey melons, mutton, venison, sausages, beef, spinach, French beans, carton, pudding, packet, invitation, salad, noodles, olive, lemon, pepper, peel, ingredients, grain,

WEEK 9 (26 February 2 March) World of Knowledge

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final blends . 2. Preform a variety of functions in a social context such as inviting people a birthday party. 3. Acquire key words at various stages of development. 4. Read and write simple instructions. 5. Read and group words according to alphabetical order (second letter).. 6. understand the use of countable and uncountable nouns . 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions.

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9. tell what is good and bad food /eating habits to keep healthy. 10.write comprehension answers.

2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.1 Look at letters and say aloud the final blends. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing the correctly. 3.4.2. read aloud words and phrases, pronouncing them correctly. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.3 Copy words in clear neat legible print for caption, labels , ect. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction with missing words. ( with guidance given in the form of pictures) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

nutritious, balanced, greedy , stomach ache, head , earache, backache, toothache , heart, lungs , bone , muscle, gymnastics

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.4.2 listen to and follow simple instruction in preparing food. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people an d animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns Countable nouns Uncountable nouns - Pronouns Demonstrative pronouns - Possessive adjectives - Modals Vocabulary:Playing, games, drink, sandcastle, bittergourd ,garlic, onions, potato, tomato, pumpkin, plumps, guava, grapefruit, pears, honey melons, mutton, venison, sausages, beef, spinach, French beans, carton, pudding, packet, invitation, salad, noodles, olive,

WEEK 10 ( 5 – 9 March)

World of Knowledge

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final blends . 2. Preform a variety of functions in a social context such as inviting people a birthday party. 3. Acquire key words at various stages of development. 4. Read and write simple instructions. 5. Read and group words according to alphabetical order (second letter).. 6. understand the use of countable and uncountable nouns . 7. Fill in missing words in sentences.

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8. Ask and answer questions. 9. tell what is good and bad food /eating habits to keep healthy. 10.write comprehension answers.

2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.1 Look at letters and say aloud the final blends. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing the correctly. 3.4.2. read aloud words and phrases, pronouncing them correctly. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.3 Copy words in clear neat legible print for caption, labels , ect. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction with missing words. ( with guidance given in the form of pictures) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

lemon, pepper, peel, ingredients, grain, nutritious, balanced, greedy , stomach ache, head , earache, backache, toothache , heart, lungs , bone , muscle, gymnastics

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.4.2 listen to and follow simple instruction in preparing food. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people an d animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Nouns Countable nouns Uncountable nouns - Pronouns Demonstrative pronouns - Possessive adjectives - Modals Vocabulary:Playing, games, drink, sandcastle, bittergourd ,garlic, onions, potato, tomato, pumpkin, plumps, guava, grapefruit, pears, honey melons, mutton, venison, sausages, beef, spinach, French beans, carton, pudding, packet, invitation, salad, noodles, olive, lemon, pepper, peel, ingredients, grain,

WEEK 11 ( 19 – 23 March)

World of Knowledge

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with final blends . 2. Preform a variety of functions in a social context such as inviting people a birthday party. 3. Acquire key words at various stages of development. 4. Read and write simple instructions. 5. Read and group words according to alphabetical order (second letter).. 6. understand the use of countable and uncountable nouns . 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8. Ask and answer questions.

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9. tell what is good and bad food /eating habits to keep healthy. 10.write comprehension answers.

2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.1 Look at letters and say aloud the final blends. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing the correctly. 3.4.2. read aloud words and phrases, pronouncing them correctly. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.3 Copy words in clear neat legible print for caption, labels , ect. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction with missing words. ( with guidance given in the form of pictures) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

nutritious, balanced, greedy , stomach ache, head , earache, backache, toothache , heart, lungs , bone , muscle, gymnastics

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.2.1 Ask ‘wh’ questions to seek informations. 2.4.3 Complete parts of a story heard before . 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and break appropriate gestures. 2.5.1 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Pronouns Interrogative pronouns Adjectives of colour, shape and size Comparative nouns Superlative form The Simple Past Tense Punctuation (Exclamation mark)

WEEK 12 (26 – 30 March)

World of Stories

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with initial blends . 2. Talk about the actions of the characters in stories read and give reasons why one likes or dislikes the stories. 3. Read and understand simple poems and stories. 4. Write simple sentences and ‘Wh’ questions. 5. Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales , and predict outcomes and draw conclusion. 6. Read and give details about characters in the story. 7. Fill in missing words in

Vocabulary:Animals, asked, found, heard, flew. Left, opened, ago, trotted, journey, were, why, legends, folk , tales, fables, greedy, crow, hawk, eagle, claws, incident , upset, characters, excitement, surprise, anger, shock,

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sentences. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers.

2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.6.3 give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 read and talk about the actions of people and animals in the story heard or read. 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words . 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

happiness, sadness, tapir , rhino , bullied , entertain , chiefs, filed down , chew , strength, herbs, dye , criminal, condition, ashamed, furry, bright-eyed, comic, leaping, swinging, gibbering , snorting, roaring, hyena, adore, auctions, orphans, auditions.

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.2.1 Ask ‘wh’ questions to seek informations. 2.4.3 Complete parts of a story heard before . 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and break appropriate gestures. 2.5.1 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Pronouns Interrogative pronouns Adjectives of colour, shape and size Comparative nouns Superlative form The Simple Past Tense Punctuation (Exclamation mark)

WEEK 13 (2-6 April)

World of Stories

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with initial blends . 2. Talk about the actions of the characters in stories read and give reasons why one likes or dislikes the stories. 3. Read and understand simple poems and stories. 4. Write simple sentences and ‘Wh’ questions. 5. Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales , and predict outcomes and draw conclusion. 6. Read and give details about characters in the story. 7. Fill in missing words in

Vocabulary:Animals, asked, found, heard, flew. Left, opened, ago, trotted, journey, were, why, legends, folk , tales, fables, greedy, crow, hawk, eagle, claws, incident , upset, characters, excitement, surprise, anger, shock,

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sentences. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers.

2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.6.3 give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 read and talk about the actions of people and animals in the story heard or read. 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words . 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

happiness, sadness, tapir , rhino , bullied , entertain , chiefs, filed down , chew , strength, herbs, dye , criminal, condition, ashamed, furry, bright-eyed, comic, leaping, swinging, gibbering , snorting, roaring, hyena, adore, auctions, orphans, auditions.

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.2.1 Ask ‘wh’ questions to seek informations. 2.4.3 Complete parts of a story heard before . 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and break appropriate gestures. 2.5.1 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Pronouns Interrogative pronouns Adjectives of colour, shape and size Comparative nouns Superlative form The Simple Past Tense Punctuation (Exclamation mark)

WEEK 14 (9-13 April)

World of Stories

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with initial blends . 2. Talk about the actions of the characters in stories read and give reasons why one likes or dislikes the stories. 3. Read and understand simple poems and stories. 4. Write simple sentences and ‘Wh’ questions. 5. Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales , and predict outcomes and draw conclusion. 6. Read and give details about characters in the story. 7. Fill in missing words in

Vocabulary:Animals, asked, found, heard, flew. Left, opened, ago, trotted, journey, were, why, legends, folk , tales, fables, greedy, crow, hawk, eagle, claws, incident , upset, characters, excitement, surprise, anger, shock,

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sentences. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers.

2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.6.3 give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 read and talk about the actions of people and animals in the story heard or read. 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words . 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

happiness, sadness, tapir , rhino , bullied , entertain , chiefs, filed down , chew , strength, herbs, dye , criminal, condition, ashamed, furry, bright-eyed, comic, leaping, swinging, gibbering , snorting, roaring, hyena, adore, auctions, orphans, auditions.

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronuncations of 3 -4 syllable words. 1.2.2 listen to and repeat correctly , phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.1 listen to simple announcements and understand the message. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.4 listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.2 Pronounce 3 syllable words. 2.1.3 say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonations. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.3.3 talk about personal experiences. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Pronouns Possessive adjectives - Conjunctions Vocabulary. Communications , telephone, telegraph, television , walkman, fax machine, computer, Braille , sign, language, printing press, radio, Morse code, Internet , satellite, whisper, facsimile, microphone, mouthpiece, receiver, studio, email, message, because, application, online jewels.

WEEK 15 (16-20 April) World of Knowledge Getting Connected

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words with medial digraphs and words with final digraphs. 2 Pronounce 3 syllable and 4 syllable words. 3. Obtain information from texts listened to in relation to main ideas, specific details and sequence. 4 acquire key words at various stages of development. 5. Read and understand simple factual texts.. 6. Recognize and write the possessive adjective.. 7. Fill in blanks with conjunctions.

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8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers. 10. write a note / message.

blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.5 .learn another five key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of one’s own. 3.3.3 .Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.2 .Give words according to word categories. 4.5.2 .Form simple sentences by matching sentences parts. 4.8.1 write a message for a purpose.

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

WEEK 16 (23-27 April)

World of Knowledge Getting Connected

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words with medial digraphs and words with final digraphs. 2 Pronounce 3 syllable and 4 syllable words. 3. Obtain information from texts listened to in relation to main ideas, specific details and sequence. 4 acquire key words at various stages of development. 5. Read and understand simple factual texts.. 6. Recognise and write the possessive adjective.. 7. Fill i.n blanks with conjunctions. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers. 10. write a note / message.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronuncations of 3 -4 syllable words. 1.2.2 listen to and repeat correctly , phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.1 listen to simple announcements and understand the message. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.4 listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.2 Pronounce 3 syllable words. 2.1.3 say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonations. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.3.3 talk about personal experiences. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.5 .learn another five key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of one’s own. 3.3.3 .Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.2 .Give words according to word categories. 4.5.2 .Form simple sentences by matching sentences parts. 4.8.1 write a message for a purpose.

Grammar: - Pronouns Possessive adjectives - Conjunctions Vocabulary. Communications , telephone, telegraph, television , walkman, fax machine, computer, Braille , sign, language, printing press, radio, Morse code, Internet , satellite, whisper, facsimile, microphone, mouthpiece, receiver, studio, email, message, because, application, online jewels.

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

WEEK 17 (30 April4 May)

World of Knowledge Getting Connected

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words with medial digraphs and words with final digraphs. 2 Pronounce 3 syllable and 4 syllable words. 3. Obtain information from texts listened to in relation to main ideas, specific details and sequence. 4 acquire key words at various stages of development. 5. Read and understand simple factual texts.. 6. Recognise and write the possessive adjective.. 7. Fill i.n blanks with conjunctions. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers. 10. write a note / message.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronuncations of 3 -4 syllable words. 1.2.2 listen to and repeat correctly , phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.1 listen to simple announcements and understand the message. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.4 listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.2 Pronounce 3 syllable words. 2.1.3 say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonations. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.3.3 talk about personal experiences. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.5 .learn another five key words for each topic and use these key words in sentences of one’s own. 3.3.3 .Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.2 .Give words according to word categories. 4.5.2 .Form simple sentences by matching sentences parts. 4.8.1 write a message for a purpose.

Grammar: - Pronouns Possessive adjectives - Conjunctions Vocabulary. Communications , telephone, telegraph, television , walkman, fax machine, computer, Braille , sign, language, printing press, radio, Morse code, Internet , satellite, whisper, facsimile, microphone, mouthpiece, receiver, studio, email, message, because, application, online jewels.

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TOPIC By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and break appropriate gestures. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard. 2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.6.3 give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 read and talk about the actions of people and animals in the story heard or read. 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words . 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

Vocabulary Grammar: - Pronouns Interrogative pronouns Adjectives of colour, shape and size Comparative nouns Superlative form The Simple Past Tense Punctuation (Exclamation mark)

WEEK 18 (7- 11 May )

World of Stories

Story Time

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with initial blends . 2. Talk about the actions of the characters in stories read and give reasons why one likes or dislikes the stories. 3. Read and understand simple poems and stories. 4. Write simple sentences and ‘Wh’ questions. 5. Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales , and predict outcomes and draw conclusion. 6. Read and give details about characters in the story. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers.

Vocabulary:Animals, asked, found, heard, flew. Left, opened, ago, trotted, journey, were, why, legends, folk , tales, fables, greedy, crow, hawk, eagle, claws, incident , upset, characters, excitement, surprise, anger, shock, happiness, sadness, tapir , rhino , bullied , entertain , chiefs, filed down , chew , strength, herbs, dye , criminal, condition, ashamed, furry, bright-eyed, comic, leaping, swinging, gibbering , snorting, roaring, hyena, adore, auctions, orphans, auditions.

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

WEEK 19 (14 – 18 May) World of Stories

Story Time

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with initial blends . 2. Talk about the actions of the characters in stories read and give reasons why one likes or dislikes the stories. 3. Read and understand simple poems and stories. 4. Write simple sentences and ‘Wh’ questions. 5. Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales , and predict outcomes and draw conclusion. 6. Read and give details about characters in the story. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers.

1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 1.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and break appropriate gestures. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard. 2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.6.3 give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 read and talk about the actions of people and animals in the story heard or read. 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words . 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

Grammar: - Pronouns Interrogative pronouns - Adjectives of colour, shape and size - Comparative nouns - Superlative form - The Simple Past Tense - Punctuation (Exclamation mark) Vocabulary:Animals, asked, found, heard, flew. Left, opened, ago, trotted, journey, were, why, legends, folk , tales, fables, greedy, crow, hawk, eagle, claws, incident , upset, characters, excitement, surprise, anger, shock, happiness, sadness, tapir , rhino , bullied , entertain , chiefs, filed down , chew , strength, herbs, dye , criminal, condition, ashamed, furry, bright-eyed, comic, leaping, swinging, gibbering , snorting, roaring, hyena, adore, auctions, orphans, auditions.

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WEEK 20 (21-25 May)

Ujian Pertengahan Tahun

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

WEEK 21 (11 – 15 June)

World of Knowledge

Moving Around

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words with diphthongs . 2 Listen and repeat word endings in –tion as in station. 3.Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the neighbourhood. 4 Ask and give simple directions to places in the neighbourhood . 5. Understand words opposite in meaning. 6. Read and write directions using prepositions of location and direction.. 7. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 8 Combine two sentences using conjunction ‘so’. 9. Write comprehension answers. 10. Write a paragraph.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.4. 1 Listen to and understand simple instruction. 1.4.3 listen to and follow simple direction to places in the neigbourhood. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonation. 2.2.3 Ask questions to seek clarification on how to make things, on directions, places and on amount and quantities. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropriate gestures. 2.7.4 To respond to someone asking for help. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.3 .Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.4 Understand words opposite in meaning. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show action (verb) and things , people, animals, ect (nouns) 3.8.1 Read and understand instruction , directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, recipes, passages and descriptions. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension question in relation to – main ideas and details. 4.3.2 Match words with sig. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions with the missing words( with little guidance in form of composite pictures) 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words (five –six words in a sentence) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five words by looking at the picture. 4.6.3 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar: - Conjunction

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Prepositions ( Location and direction)

Vocabulary. Above, across along around, below, between, following, near, outside, place, right, show, start, through, under, junction, doublestory, dome, barracks, minaret, alien, court house, temple, museum, factory, hawker center, car park, supermarket, air field , transportation, vehicles, tractor, helicopter, kayak, canoe, raft, fuel , jet, aircraft , hang-gliders, monorail, submarines, hovercrafts, occupations, security master, typist, clerk, station master, lawyer, magistrate, manager, firefighter, demonstration, island, camp, sleigh , neigh

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

WEEK 22 (18 -22 June) World of Knowledge

Moving Around

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words with diphthongs . 2 Listen and repeat word endings in – tion as in station. 3.Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the neighbourhood. 4 Ask and give simple directions to places in the neighbourhood . 5. Understand words opposite in meaning. 6. Read and write directions using prepositions of location and direction.. 7. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 8 Combine two sentences using conjunction ‘so’. 9. Write comprehension answers. 10. Write a paragraph.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.4. 1 Listen to and understand simple instruction. 1.4.3 listen to and follow simple direction to places in the neigbourhood. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonation. 2.2.3 Ask questions to seek clarification on how to make things, on directions, places and on amount and quantities. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropriate gestures. 2.7.4 To respond to someone asking for help. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.3 .Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.4 Understand words opposite in meaning. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show action (verb) and things , people, animals, ect (nouns) 3.8.1 Read and understand instruction , directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, recipes, passages and descriptions. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension question in relation to – main ideas and details. 4.3.2 Match words with sig. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions with the missing words( with little guidance in form of composite pictures) 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words (five –six words in a sentence) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five words by looking at the picture. 4.6.3 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar: - Conjunction Prepositions ( Location and direction)

Vocabulary. Above, across along around, below, between, following, near, outside, place, right, show, start, through, under, junction, double-story, dome, barracks, minaret, alien, court house, temple, museum, factory, hawker center, car park, supermarket, air field , transportation, vehicles, tractor, helicopter, kayak, canoe, raft, fuel , jet, aircraft , hang-gliders, monorail, submarines, hovercrafts, occupations, security master, typist, clerk, station master, lawyer, magistrate, manager, firefighter, demonstration, island, camp, sleigh , neigh

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WEEK 23 (25 – 29 June)

World of Knowledge

Moving Around

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words with diphthongs . 2 Listen and repeat word endings in – tion as in station. 3.Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the neighbourhood. 4 Ask and give simple directions to places in the neighbourhood . 5. Understand words opposite in meaning. 6. Read and write directions using prepositions of location and direction.. 7. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 8 Combine two sentences using conjunction ‘so’. 9. Write comprehension answers. 10. Write a paragraph.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.4. 1 Listen to and understand simple instruction. 1.4.3 listen to and follow simple direction to places in the neigbourhood. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonation. 2.2.3 Ask questions to seek clarification on how to make things, on directions, places and on amount and quantities. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropriate gestures. 2.7.4 To respond to someone asking for help. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.3 .Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.4 Understand words opposite in meaning. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show action (verb) and things , people, animals, ect (nouns) 3.8.1 Read and understand instruction , directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, recipes, passages and descriptions. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension question in relation to – main ideas and details. 4.3.2 Match words with sig. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions with the missing words( with little guidance in form of composite pictures) 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words (five –six words in a sentence) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five words by looking at the picture. 4.6.3 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar: - Conjunction Prepositions ( Location and direction)

Vocabulary. Above, across along around, below, between, following, near, outside, place, right, show, start, through, under, junction, double-story, dome, barracks, minaret, alien, court house, temple, museum, factory, hawker center, car park, supermarket, air field , transportation, vehicles, tractor, helicopter, kayak, canoe, raft, fuel , jet, aircraft , hang-gliders, monorail, submarines, hovercrafts, occupations, security master, typist, clerk, station master, lawyer, magistrate, manager, firefighter, demonstration, island, camp, sleigh , neigh

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WEEK 24 (2 – 6 July)

World of Knowledge

Moving Around

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words with diphthongs . 2 Listen and repeat word endings in – tion as in station. 3.Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the neighbourhood. 4 Ask and give simple directions to places in the neighbourhood . 5. Understand words opposite in meaning. 6. Read and write directions using prepositions of location and direction.. 7. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 8 Combine two sentences using conjunction ‘so’. 9. Write comprehension answers. 10. Write a paragraph.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.4. 1 Listen to and understand simple instruction. 1.4.3 listen to and follow simple direction to places in the neigbourhood. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonation. 2.2.3 Ask questions to seek clarification on how to make things, on directions, places and on amount and quantities. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropriate gestures. 2.7.4 To respond to someone asking for help. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.3.3 .Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.4 Understand words opposite in meaning. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show action (verb) and things , people, animals, ect (nouns) 3.8.1 Read and understand instruction , directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, recipes, passages and descriptions. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension question in relation to – main ideas and details. 4.3.2 Match words with sig. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions with the missing words( with little guidance in form of composite pictures) 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words (five –six words in a sentence) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five words by looking at the picture. 4.6.3 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar: - Conjunction Prepositions ( Location and direction)

Vocabulary. Above, across along around, below, between, following, near, outside, place, right, show, start, through, under, junction, double-story, dome, barracks, minaret, alien, court house, temple, museum, factory, hawker center, car park, supermarket, air field , transportation, vehicles, tractor, helicopter, kayak, canoe, raft, fuel , jet, aircraft , hang-gliders, monorail, submarines, hovercrafts, occupations, security master, typist, clerk, station master, lawyer, magistrate, manager, firefighter, demonstration, island, camp, sleigh , neigh

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story –line by answering simple “wh’ questions. 1.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.5 Talk about the people, place and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and break appropriate gestures. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard. 2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.6.3 give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 2.7.2 To request for specific object when carrying out a task. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 read and talk about the actions of people and animals in the story heard or read. 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words . 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Pronouns Interrogative pronouns - Adjectives of colour, shape and size - Comparative nouns - Superlative form - The Simple Past Tense - Punctuation (Exclamation mark) Vocabulary:Animals, asked, found, heard, flew. Left, opened, ago, trotted, journey, were, why, legends, folk , tales, fables, greedy, crow, hawk, eagle, claws, incident , upset, characters, excitement, surprise, anger, shock, happiness, sadness, tapir , rhino , bullied , entertain , chiefs, filed down , chew , strength, herbs, dye , criminal, condition, ashamed, furry, bright-eyed, comic, leaping, swinging, gibbering , snorting, roaring, hyena, adore, auctions, orphans, auditions.

WEEK 25 (9 -13 July) World of Stories

Story Time

1.Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with initial blends . 2. Talk about the actions of the characters in stories read and give reasons why one likes or dislikes the stories. 3. Read and understand simple poems and stories. 4. Write simple sentences and ‘Wh’ questions. 5. Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales , and predict outcomes and draw conclusion. 6. Read and give details about characters in the story. 7. Fill in missing words in sentences. 8Ask and answer questions. 9. Write comprehension answers.

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Vocabulary By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recalls details by answering simple ‘wh’ questions. 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. 2.7.3 To ask for help from neighbours and friends. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.2 Read and learn meaning of five key words for each topic taught. 3.6.3 Understand words similar in meaning. 3.6.8 Read and distinguish homographs and homophones. 3.7.4 Read and select the definitions suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.7.5 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within the text. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues. Grammar: - Positive statements - Negative statements - Questions and respond

WEEK 26 (16 -20 July)

World of Personal Relationship

1.Listen and say word with silent . 2 Talk about oneself and personal experiences. 3.Read and find meanings of words using contextual clues. 4 Write simple descriptions . 5. answer questions and give responses using positive and negative statements. 6. Differentiate the meanings of words with the same sounds. 7. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 8 Write comprehension answers.

Vocabulary. Neighbour, neighbourhood, two doors away, friendly, kind , racket, guppies , swordfish, angle fish, horror, sewing , tennis court, channel , non-stop, solo , aching , trained , raised, charity ,cancer , sports complex, lean , mussel, hare , served , mission , cable care , ballet , wriggled , heir , throne

Living In Harmony

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recalls details by answering simple ‘wh’ questions. 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. 2.7.3 To ask for help from neighbours and friends. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.2 Read and learn meaning of five key words for each topic taught. 3.6.3 Understand words similar in meaning. 3.6.8 Read and distinguish homographs and homophones. 3.7.4 Read and select the definitions suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.7.5 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within the text. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Positive statements - Negative statements - Questions and respond Vocabulary. Neighbour, neighbourhood, two doors away, friendly, kind , racket, guppies , swordfish, angle fish, horror, sewing , tennis court, channel , non-stop, solo , aching , trained , raised, charity ,cancer , sports complex, lean , mussel, hare , served , mission , cable care , ballet , wriggled , heir , throne

WEEK 27 (23 -27 July)

World of Personal Relationship

1.Listen and say word with silent . 2 Talk about oneself and personal experiences. 3.Read and find meanings of words using contextual clues. 4 Write simple descriptions . 5. answer questions and give responses using positive and negative statements. 6. Differentiate the meanings of words with the same sounds. 7. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 8 Write comprehension answers.

Living In Harmony

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recalls details by answering simple ‘wh’ questions. 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. 2.7.3 To ask for help from neighbours and friends. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.2 Read and learn meaning of five key words for each topic taught. 3.6.3 Understand words similar in meaning. 3.6.8 Read and distinguish homographs and homophones. 3.7.4 Read and select the definitions suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.7.5 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within the text. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Positive statements - Negative statements - Questions and respond Vocabulary. Neighbour, neighbourhood, two doors away, friendly, kind , racket, guppies , swordfish, angle fish, horror, sewing , tennis court, channel , non-stop, solo , aching , trained , raised, charity ,cancer , sports complex, lean , mussel, hare , served , mission , cable care , ballet , wriggled , heir , throne

WEEK 28 (30 July03 August)

World of Personal Relationship

1.Listen and say word with silent . 2 Talk about oneself and personal experiences. 3.Read and find meanings of words using contextual clues. 4 Write simple descriptions . 5. answer questions and give responses using positive and negative statements. 6. Differentiate the meanings of words with the same sounds. 7. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 8 Write comprehension answers.

Living In Harmony

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WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) 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. 1.2.3 listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7,3 Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.2.1 Ask ‘ Wh’ questions to seek information. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek informations. 2.3.1 Name and identify objects, parts of the body, ect. 2.4.2 recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing whole lines. 2.4.5 Retell stories heard before with expression. 2.6.1 Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.6.8 Read and distinguish homographs and homophones. 3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 read and gi details about people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read. 3.9.4 Tell why a person or animal in a story is good or bad. 3.10.1 Read according to one’s interest. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction , texts, rhymes, notices, recipes, stories with the missing words ( with little guidance in form of composite picture) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently ( three to five words by looking at a picture.) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Adverb - Simple past tense - Punctuation Vocabulary. Monster, mystery, choose, blurb, title , flip through, instructions, selfish, giant, spine, author, lovely, sweetly, notice board, spring, winter, summer, autumn, blossoms, slip, snow, frost, cloak, neighbours, fence , gate, humble , prince, hunting, brave, kind ,generous, prove, wise , rolled, supper, narrow, corridor, horror ,terror , terrible, bitter , elves, shoemaker, leather, workroom, work table, lace, tongue, lining, heel , toe , upper, sole , book review comments, rating

WEEK 29 (6 – 10 August)

World of Stories

More Stories

1.Listen and say word that have the ll, pp, rr, tt, and dd sound, and words that ends with ed. 2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard and give reasons.. 3.Read about people in stories. 4 Write sentences using the simple past tense. 5. Write a book review. 6. punctuate using full stops, capital letters and exclamation mark. 7. change the words using simple past tense. 8. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 9 Write comprehension answers.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1.Listen and say word that have the ll, pp, rr, tt, and dd sound, and words that ends with ed. 2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard and give reasons.. 3.Read about people in stories. 4 Write sentences using the simple past tense. 5. Write a book review. 6. punctuate using full stops, capital letters and exclamation mark. 7. change the words using simple past tense. 8. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 9 Write comprehension answers.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) 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. 1.2.3 listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7,3 Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.2.1 Ask ‘ Wh’ questions to seek information. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek informations. 2.3.1 Name and identify objects, parts of the body, ect. 2.4.2 recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing whole lines. 2.4.5 Retell stories heard before with expression. 2.6.1 Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.6.8 Read and distinguish homographs and homophones. 3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 read and gi details about people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read. 3.9.4 Tell why a person or animal in a story is good or bad. 3.10.1 Read according to one’s interest. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction , texts, rhymes, notices, recipes, stories with the missing words ( with little guidance in form of composite picture) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently ( three to five words by looking at a picture.) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Adverb - Simple past tense - Punctuation Vocabulary. Monster, mystery, choose, blurb, title , flip through, instructions, selfish, giant, spine, author, lovely, sweetly, notice board, spring, winter, summer, autumn, blossoms, slip, snow, frost, cloak, neighbours, fence , gate, humble , prince, hunting, brave, kind ,generous, prove, wise , rolled, supper, narrow, corridor, horror ,terror , terrible, bitter , elves, shoemaker, leather, workroom, work table, lace, tongue, lining, heel , toe , upper, sole , book review comments, rating

WEEK 30 (13- 17 August)

World of Stories

More Stories

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WEEK 31 (27-31 August)

By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1.Listen and say word that have the ll, pp, rr, tt, and dd sound, and words that ends with ed. 2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard and give reasons.. 3.Read about people in stories. 4 Write sentences using the simple past tense. 5. Write a book review. 6. punctuate using full stops, capital letters and exclamation mark. 7. change the words using simple past tense. 8. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 9 Write comprehension answers.

World of Stories

More Stories

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) 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. 1.2.3 listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7,3 Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.2.1 Ask ‘ Wh’ questions to seek information. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek informations. 2.3.1 Name and identify objects, parts of the body, ect. 2.4.2 recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing whole lines. 2.4.5 Retell stories heard before with expression. 2.6.1 Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.6.8 Read and distinguish homographs and homophones. 3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 read and gi details about people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read. 3.9.4 Tell why a person or animal in a story is good or bad. 3.10.1 Read according to one’s interest. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction , texts, rhymes, notices, recipes, stories with the missing words ( with little guidance in form of composite picture) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently ( three to five words by looking at a picture.) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

Grammar: - Adverb - Simple past tense - Punctuation Vocabulary. Monster, mystery, choose, blurb, title , flip through, instructions, selfish, giant, spine, author, lovely, sweetly, notice board, spring, winter, summer, autumn, blossoms, slip, snow, frost, cloak, neighbours, fence , gate, humble , prince, hunting, brave, kind ,generous, prove, wise , rolled, supper, narrow, corridor, horror ,terror , terrible, bitter , elves, shoemaker, leather, workroom, work table, lace, tongue, lining, heel , toe , upper, sole , book review comments, rating

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LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1.Listen and say word that have the ll, pp, rr, tt, and dd sound, and words that ends with ed. 2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard and give reasons.. 3.Read about people in stories. 4 Write sentences using the simple past tense. 5. Write a book review. 6. punctuate using full stops, capital letters and exclamation mark. 7. change the words using simple past tense. 8. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 9 Write comprehension answers.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.2.3 listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs , rhymes and poems. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7,3 Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.4.2 recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing whole lines. 2.4.5 Retell stories heard before with expression. 2.6.1 Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.4.3 read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.6.8 Read and distinguish homographs and homophones. 3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 read and gi details about people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read. 3.9.4 Tell why a person or animal in a story is good or bad. 3.10.1 Read according to one’s interest. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words ( with guidance given in form of words and pictures) 4.4.3 Complete simple instruction , texts, rhymes, notices, recipes, stories with the missing words ( with little guidance in form of composite picture) 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently ( three to five words by looking at a picture.) 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Adverb - Simple past tense - Punctuation Vocabulary. Monster, mystery, choose, blurb, title , flip through, instructions, selfish, giant, spine, author, lovely, sweetly, notice board, spring, winter, summer, autumn, blossoms, slip, snow, frost, cloak, neighbours, fence , gate, humble , prince, hunting, brave, kind ,generous, prove, wise , rolled, supper, narrow, corridor, horror ,terror , terrible, bitter , elves, shoemaker, leather, workroom, work table, lace, tongue, lining, heel , toe , upper, sole , book review comments, rating

WEEK 32 (3- 7 September)

World of Stories More stories

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LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1. Listen to and accurately the correct pronuncations of word with initial digraphs like ph/f/ , ch /k/ , wh/w/ and wh /h/. 2. Listen to and use key words related to weather. 3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 4. Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 5. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 6. Follow simple instructions on how to make a weathervane. 7. Answer comprehension questions. 8. Complete statements by writing out missing words and phrases.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recalls details by answering simple ‘wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing phrases. 2.4.4 Recite simple poem and jazz chants with expression and appropriate gestures. 2.6.2 State weather one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.1 Recognise complete words in texts. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.5.1 understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show actions(verbs) and things, people, animals, ect (nouns) 3.7.4 Read and select the definitions suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.7.5 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.4 read and understand simple factual texts by answering question in relation to main ideas and details. 3.8.5 read and understand cause and effect relationships. 4.2.3Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.3.3 Match words to other words. 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five words) by looking at a picture. 4.6.3 take dictation on paragraphs given to be learnt. 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Conjunctions ( and / but because) - Sentence type Simple / compound Vocabulary:Sun, rain, snow , cloud , desert, hot , cold , chilly, wet, rainbow, spring, summer, autumn , winter, misty, cloudy, water vapour, droplets, north , south, east, west,, north-east,south-eats, forecast, aircraft , meteorologist, temperature, thunderstorm, stormy, glossary , dizzy, overcast , humid , icy, monsoon, peninsular , energy, lightning, food, weathervane

WEEK 33 (10- 14 September)

World of Knowledge Come Rain or Shine

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WEEK 34 (17- 21 September)

By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1. Listen to and accurately the correct pronuncations of word with initial digraphs like ph/f/ , ch /k/ , wh/w/ and wh /h/. 2. Listen to and use key words related to weather. 3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 4. Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 5. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 6. Follow simple instructions on how to make a weathervane. 7. Answer comprehension questions. 8. Complete statements by writing out missing words and phrases.

World of Knowledge Come Rain or Shine

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recalls details by answering simple ‘wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing phrases. 2.4.4 Recite simple poem and jazz chants with expression and appropriate gestures. 2.6.2 State weather one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.1 Recognise complete words in texts. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.5.1 understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show actions(verbs) and things, people, animals, ect (nouns) 3.7.4 Read and select the definitions suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.7.5 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.4 read and understand simple factual texts by answering question in relation to main ideas and details. 3.8.5 read and understand cause and effect relationships. 4.2.3Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.3.3 Match words to other words. 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five words) by looking at a picture. 4.6.3 take dictation on paragraphs given to be learnt. 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar: - Conjunctions ( and / but because) - Sentence type Simple / compound Vocabulary:Sun, rain, snow , cloud , desert, hot , cold , chilly, wet, rainbow, spring, summer, autumn , winter, misty, cloudy, water vapour, droplets, north , south, east, west,, north-east,south-eats, forecast, aircraft , meteorologist, temperature, thunderstorm, stormy, glossary , dizzy, overcast , humid , icy, monsoon, peninsular , energy, lightning, food, weathervane

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LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: 1. Listen to and accurately the correct pronuncations of word with initial digraphs like ph/f/ , ch /k/ , wh/w/ and wh /h/. 2. Listen to and use key words related to weather. 3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 4. Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 5. Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 6. Follow simple instructions on how to make a weathervane. 7. Answer comprehension questions. 8. Complete statements by writing out missing words and phrases.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 1.3.1 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying attention to pronunciation , stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recalls details by answering simple ‘wh’ questions. 2.1.1 Repeat the sounds in word correctly: (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing phrases. 2.4.4 Recite simple poem and jazz chants with expression and appropriate gestures. 2.6.2 State weather one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound (vii) initial blends and (xi) word contractions. 3.2.1 Recognise complete words in texts. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.5.1 understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show actions(verbs) and things, people, animals, ect (nouns) 3.7.4 Read and select the definitions suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.7.5 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.4 read and understand simple factual texts by answering question in relation to main ideas and details. 3.8.5 read and understand cause and effect relationships. 4.2.3Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.3.3 Match words to other words. 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five words) by looking at a picture. 4.6.3 take dictation on paragraphs given to be learnt. 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

Grammar/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary Grammar: - Conjunctions ( and / but because) - Sentence type Simple / compound Vocabulary:Sun, rain, snow , cloud , desert, hot , cold , chilly, wet, rainbow, spring, summer, autumn , winter, misty, cloudy, water vapour, droplets, north , south, east, west,, north-east,south-eats, forecast, aircraft , meteorologist, temperature, thunderstorm, stormy, glossary , dizzy, overcast , humid , icy, monsoon, peninsular , energy, lightning, food, weathervane

WEEK 35 (24- 28 September)

World of Knowledge Come Rain or Shine

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LEARNING OUTCOMES 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.

SPECIFICATIONS 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/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary 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

WEEK 36 (1- 5 October)

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LEARNING OUTCOMES 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.

SPECIFICATIONS 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/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary 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 ,

WEEK 37 ( 8-12 October)

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LEARNING OUTCOMES 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.

SPECIFICATIONS 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/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary 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 ,

WEEK 38 (15- 19 October)

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LEARNING OUTCOMES 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.

SPECIFICATIONS 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/ Language Functions/ Vocabulary 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 ,

WEEK 39 (22- 26 October)

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WEEK 40 (29 October 2 November)

UJIAN AKHIR TAHUN

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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 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

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