SCHEME OF WORK

ENGLISH FORM 2
FIRST TERM (21 WEEKS)
THEME/
WEEK
LEARNING OUTCOMES
TOPIC
FIRST
TE
R
M
Chapter 1
Theme
People

Topic
Good Times

1.
0
Weeks
1-4
2.01.1
4
24.01.
14

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

Make friends and keep
friendship by:
b. taking part in
conversations and
discussions.
1.1 c. taking about self, family
and friends.
d. exchanging ideas,
information and opinions on
topics of interest.
c. making plans and
arrangements

Together

Identify initial and final
consonants, long and short
1.2 vowels and diphthongs.
1.3

SPECIFICATIONS

EXAMPLES OF
ACTIVITIES

P.A.

LEVEL 1

 Talking
about
(describing) Talk about
one’s
hobbies,
pastimes, family
routines, ambitions and hopes,
etc.
 Responding appropriately to
questions by stating, refuting
and giving details

one’s

CCTS
LHTL
ICT
VCE
MI
KAC
FS
ML

LEVEL 2
 Asking questions and making  Talk about how
statements with the correct
you spent your
intonation, word stress and
holidays.
B1DL1E1
sentence
rhythm,
and
(pg 3 –
pronouncing words clearly and
textbook)
correctly.
 Seeking clarification on what  Listen
to
was said and responding
descriptions
of
appropriately.
places
and
answer

1

questions.

2

THEME/
TOPIC

WEEK

LEARNING OUTCOMES

SPECIFICATIONS

EXAMPLES OF
ACTIVITIES

P.A.

LEVEL 3
 Reading newspaper articles,
letters to the editor, etc, and
discussing points of interest
with friends: recalling ideas,
giving opinions.

2.
0

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

 Collect
and
present
information
to
describe a place
 Make
a
scrapbook on an
interesting place
in Malaysia.

LEVEL 2

2.1 Obtain
information
for  Reading silently and aloud with  Read and locate
different purposes by:
understanding a variety of texts
information
on
b). reading materials such
of
suitable
length(e.g.
how
students
as articles in print and
descriptions, simple passages
spent
their
in electronic media.
etc.)
holidays
2.2 Process information by:
B. Processing texts read by:
b). Extracting main ideas
and supporting details.
 Identifying main ideas in
simple texts.
 Identifying
supporting
details or ideas in simple
texts.

B1DB1E1
(pg 7 & 8))

3

THEME/
TOPIC

WEEK

LEARNING OUTCOMES

SPECIFICATIONS

2.3 Presenting information to
LEVEL 3
different audience by:
 Writing simple description.
b). giving
instructions,
describing, narrating
orally.
d). reading aloud written
materials clearly and
fluently.
3.
0

LANGUAGE
AESTHETIC USE

EXAMPLES OF
ACTIVITIES

P.A.

B1DT1E1
 Write
descriptions
of (worksheet
place
and )
people.

FOR

3.1 Listen to read, view and
LEVEL 1
respond to literary works  Reciting a poem with feelings
by:
and expression and with correct
e). reciting poems with
pronunciation, intonation, stress
feeling
and
and rhythm.
expressions.
.
Grammar
 Contractions
 “wh” words-to ask questions
Sound System
 Consonants /I / and /r/
Vocabulary
 Words to describe people and
things.
 Words related to descriptions of
holidays.

 Read poems.

 Refer HSP

 Refer HSP
 Refer
(HSP)

word

list

4

1 Obtain information for different purposed by: a) Listening to spoken texts such as talks.2 Take part in social interaction by :b) participating in conversations and discussions.A.  Play a language game.0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE FOR 2. others to do something. speeches and from other multi-media sources.02. 2.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 2 Weeks 5-7 27. Reading silently and  Read and locate aloud with understanding a information about variety of texts of jobs.  Talk about and describe LEVEL 3 occupations. description and complete a questionnaire. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES LEVEL 2 Participating in a conversation by agreeing politely with others.  Topic Jobs People Do.14 14. and b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media. 3    Conduct an interview to gather information on Listening to and occupations. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML B2DL1 E1 (pg 14) 5 .  Read a dialogue about a job. understanding a variety of texts of suitable length.01. suitable length.14 Theme People LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.  Listen to a job Writing simple text. and c)making plans and arrangements.0 LANGUAGE INTERPERSONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS FOR  1. P.  2. LEVEL 1.  Talk about jobs Making decisions with people do.

 Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple texts. instructions. using appropriate format and conventions. b) giving instructions. 2 Process information by :B.  Identifying main ideas in c) able to complete an simple texts. stress and rhythm. view and respond to literary works by : e) reciting poems with feelings and expressions. read. 0 LANGUAGE USE FOR 3. 1 Listen to. descriptions.  Collective nouns. application form. LEVEL 1  Reciting a poem with feelings and expression and with correct pronunciation. 3 Presenting information to different audience by: a) writing directions.  Read a poem. LEVEL 2  AESTHETIC Writing descriptions.  Refer HSP 6 . intonation. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. 2. Grammar  Positive and negative sentences.A. describing.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 2.  Write a B1DT2E1 (worksheet description ) of a job. 3. narrating orally. Processing texts read by: b) extracting main ideas and supporting details.

taking part in conversations and discussions.A.02.1 4 28. family and friends.1 Make friends and keep friendship by:  a). talking about self. past events. c).02.  Refer HSP  Refer word list (HSP)  Talk about your town or village.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE  1. information and opinions on topics of interest.  Asks questions politely based on a chart. LEVEL 1 Talking about one’s hobbies. feelings. table. personal experiences and understanding when other talk about themselves and d). Chapter 3 Theme People and Environment Topic Changing Scenes Weeks 8-9 17. pastimes.  Ask questions politely to get information.  Word related to objects used in certain jobs. routines. CCTS LHTL VCE MI KAC FS ICT ML 7 .THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Sound System  Consonants / v/and / w/ Vocabulary  Words beginning with / v / and / w/  Words related to certain jobs.1 4 1. LEVEL 2   EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. Participating in teacher – to guided class discussions on  Listen topics of interest. ambitions and hopes. interests. etc. descriptions of homes Seeking clarification on what and was said and responding complete a appropriately. Asking questions politely to get information. exchanging ideas.

EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.  Conduct an interview to gather information  Information quiz. LEVEL 1. speeches. LEVEL 3  2. 0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE FOR 2. B2DB1E 1 (pg 33 & w/sheet ) 8 .  Talk about your home.2 Take part in social interaction by: b) participating in conversations and discussions. and from other multi-media sources. and b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media.1 Obtain information for different purposes by : a) Listening to spoken texts such as talks.A.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 1. Writing simple text. LEVEL 2  Participating in a conversation by agreeing politely with others.  Read opinions and supporting points. Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length. and c) making plans and arrangements. 3   Listening to and understanding a variety of texts of suitable length. 2.

3 Presenting information to different audience by: a). 3. read. stress and rhythm. 0 LEVEL 1 EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. or ideas in simple texts.  Read articles in newspapers and magazines relating to your town / village.  Write opinions and supporting points. LEVEL 3  Drawing obvious conclusions in simple texts. 2. LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE Listen to.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 2. Grammar  Adjectives of comparison: Comparatives. B2DT1 E1 (pg 36 @ w/sheet  Reciting a poem with feeling and expression and with correct pronunciation. LEVEL 2  Writing recounts. simple texts. writing directions. b) extracting main ideas and  Identifying supporting details supporting details. c) following sequence of ideas. using appropriate format and conventions. recounts. view and respond 3.2 Process information by: B.A. intonation. superlatives  Refer HSP 9 .  Read poems.1 to literary works by: e) reciting poems with feeling and expressions. instructions. Processing texts read by: a) skimming and scanning for  Identifying main ideas in specific information and ideas.  Read and locate information in verses.

CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML B3DL2 E1 (pg.  answer questions.1 4 1.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL LEVEL 1 USE 1.14 21. movement and feelings. and giving details. 46) B3DL2 E2 (pg. appropriately. word stress and about living sentence rhythm. pronouncing words clearly and  Listen to a correctly. city. LEVEL 2  Asking questions and making  Give statements with the correct opinions intonation. and in a city. refuting life in the opinions on topics of interest. newspaper  Participating in teacher-guided report class discussions on topics of  complet interest. Chapter 4 Theme Environmen t and People Topic City Extra Weeks 10-12 3.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS Sound System  Consonants / s/ and / z / EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES  P. sounds. information and questions by stating. Refer HSP Vocabulary  Words related to towns and  Refer word village (environment) list (HSP)  Words related to sights.A. e a report.1 Make friends and keep friendship by: b) taking part in conversations and discussions. 46) 10 .03.03.  Responding appropriately to  Talk about c) exchanging ideas.  Seeking clarification on what  identify was said and responding headlines.

d).A. articles. 2.3 2. LEVEL 1. and solutions. 0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS FOR EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. giving reasons. texts. extracting main ideas and  Identifying supporting details or identify supporting details problems ideas in simple texts. skimming and scanning for LEVEL 2 specific information and  Identifying main ideas in simple  Read a ideas. B3DB1 E1 (pg. reading materials such as of suitable length. articles in print and in electronic media. and  Making simple predictions of magazine outcomes.1 Obtain information for different  Reading silently and aloud with purposed by: understanding a variety of texts b). LEVEL 3  Read  Identifying cause and effect in newspaper simple texts. passage to b). 46 & 48) 11 . Processing texts read by: a).THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.  Read and locate information in a text. predicting outcomes.2 Process information by : B.2.

revising and editing drafts.  Writing a simple report complete  Draw tables.A. 3. 22. recounts. LEVEL 2  Writing recounts. view and respond literary work by. so.14 30. punctuation. instructions.1 Listen to. reciting poems with feelings SPECIFICATIONS P. and checking accuracy of spelling.03. read. writing directions. /æ/  /Λ/. because Sound System  Vowels  /e/. Grammar  Simple Present Tense  to show truth / fact  Conjunctions  and.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2. and grammar.3 Presenting information to different audience by: a). e. charts with tables and /or pie-charts.03.  Write opinions on problems related LEVEL 3 to crowded cities. to present information.  Words related to problems in the city. c)./a:/ Vocabulary  Words related to city life and environment. using appropriate format and conventions. but. composing.14 EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES  Refer HSP  Refer HSP  Refer (HSP) word list Semester break – KERJA RUMAH TERANCANG 1 12 .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.

04.1 friendship by: Talking about (describing) one’s c).3 conventions. 0 LANGUAGE FOR LEVEL 1 INTERPERSONAL USE Make friends and keep 1.17 1.g signs. reading materials such as articles in print and in  Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of electronic media suitable length (e.  Participating in teacher-guided information and opinions on class discussions on topics of topics of interest. exchanging ideas.  Seeking clarification on what was LANGUAGE FOR said and responding appropriately. family feelings. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML Weeks 13-14 31.  Read and locate information in a letter.THEME/ TOPIC Chapter 5 Theme People and Social Issues Topic The Value of Friendship WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. talking about self._ b). etc. feelings. 2.  Listen to a radio announcem ent and complete a message. texts. and friends. writing recounts by using appropriate format and  Identifying main ideas in simple 2. pastimes. 13 . interests.A.14 11. interest.  Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple texts. and LEVEL 2 d). refuting and experiences and giving details.  Read dialogues.2 supporting details. past  Responding appropriately to events. Processing texts read by:LEVEL 2 a). notices. understanding when others talk about themselves. Process information by:message etc.  Talk about your feelings in various situations. personal questions by stating. 62) found in paragraphs.  Write down main ideas and *B2DT1 supporting E1 details (pg. INFORMATIONAL USE 0 Obtain information for LEVEL 1 difference purposed by:2. extracting main ideas and 2.03.1 b).

using appropriate format and conventions.A. Grammar  Adverbs – where. writing directions.3 Presenting information to different audience by:a). instructions. b). 3./I :/ Vocabulary  Words in stories  Words related to qualities in a person  Recite a poem on friendship.1 Listen to read. view and respond to literary works by:e). when  Simple Past Tense Sound System  Vowels /u/. 0 SPECIFICATIONS  LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE:- 3. recounts. LEVEL 3 Writing recounts. intonation stress and rhythm. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. describing. reciting poems with feeling and expressions.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2. giving instructions./u :/ /I / .  Write a letter describing a holiday.  Refer HSP  Refer HSP  Refer word list (HSP) 14 . LEVEL 1  Reciting a poem with feeling and expression and with correct pronunciation. narrating orally.  Tell a story about friendship. announcements.

Topic Day In Day Out d). etc.14 25. and exchanging ideas.1 Make friends and keep friendship by:c).  Answer questio ns.  Comple te a timetab LEVEL 3 le Writing simple itinerary. personal experiences and understanding when others talk about themselves.14 Theme People and Social Issues LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Talking about (describing) one’s hobbies. information and opinions on topics of interest. pastimes.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 6 Weeks 15-16 14. 15 .  Ask questions politely to get information. ambitions and hopes. interests. routines.04.  Listen to a poem and fill in the blanks. family and friends. P. talking about self.04. past events. LEVEL 2 Seeking clarification on what was  Listen to a text on a said and responding timetable appropriately. Asking questions politely to get information.A.     SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES LEVEL 1  Talk about daily routines. making plans and arrangements.2 Take part in social interaction by:c). 1. feelings. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML *B2DL1E 1 (pg 68) B3DL1E 1 (w/sheet)  Prepare an itinerary for a trip.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.

b).THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.2 Process information by:a).  Write an article for a school magazine.  LEVEL 2 Writing descriptions. using appropriate format and conventions. instruction. B. recounts. LEVEL 2 Reading and understanding nonlinear texts such as simple diagrams and tables. 0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS FOR 2.3 Presenting information to different audience by:a).  LEVEL 3 Write a simple article. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. Processing texts read by:   LEVEL 1 Scanning for details.A. announcements.  Read an itinerary and locate information. skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas. 16 . writing directions. *B3DB1 E1 (pg 74)  Write sentences about daily routines. 2. extracting main ideas and supporting details.

THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 3 LANGUAGE USE FOR 3. / o :/ -/3 :/ . reciting poems with feeling and expressions.  Sequence Connectors. stress and rhythm. SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.  Read poem. intonation. a Grammar  Simple Present Tense – habitual  Refer HSP actions. Sound System  Vowels -/D/ .A. AESTHETIC  LEVEL 1 Reciting a poem with feeling and expression and with correct pronunciation.  Refer HSP  Refer word list (HSP) 17 .  Words used in an itinerary. / э / Vocabulary  Words related to daily routines.1 Listen to read. view and respond to literary works by: e).  Words related to devices used for measuring time.

EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES  LEVEL 1 Talking about (describing) one’s hobbies.making enquiries .14 LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Seeking clarification on what was said and responding appropriately. refuting and giving details. LEVEL 3 Making a poster. a 18 . routines.     Talk about how to spend time wisely. pastimes.A. Make poster.ordering goods and services.3 Obtain goods and services by: .1 (pg 87) articles. b). 1. Talk about daily routines.     1. etc.1 Make friends and keep friendship by: b).04. d). taking part in conversations and discussions.14 9. Responding appropriately to questions by stating. participating in conversations and discussion. 0 LANGUANGE INTERPERSONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS P. exchanging ideas.2 Take part in social interaction by. information and opinions on topics of interest. and . A Language B3DL2E Game .THEME/ TOPIC Chapter 7 Theme People and Social Issues Topic Precious Moments WEEK Weeks 17-18 28.  CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC ML FS FOR 1. LEVEL 2 Participating in teacher-guided class discussion on topics of interest. ambitions and hopes.05. Listen to situations and match B3DL2E 2 them to (pg 87) the pictures.

 Write out school rules.1 2. Write an e-mail. announcements. Write “To-do” list. writing directions.0 2.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2. a B1DT1E 1 (pg 89) 19 . recount. Read and locate informatio n in a dialogue between a student and a counselor.A.3 Presenting information to different audience by:a). Skim and scan information and ideas.2 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE b). c). Process information by: q).  LEVEL 3 Writing a simple list. answer comprehension questions orally. P. instructions. SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES B. Processing texts read by:   b). reading materials in print and in electronic media.    2. Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple texts. follow sequence of ideas LEVEL 2 Identifying main ideas in simple texts. using appropriate format and conventions.

20 . . view and respond to literary works.1 Listen to read.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.A.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 3. cannot. Grammar  Modal Verbs – can. c explaining the message the writer is trying to convey e reciting poems with feeling expression and EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.  Refer HSP  Refer HSP  Refer word list (HSP).  Articles Sound System  Past Tense Forms /d/ and /t/. Vocabulary  Words related to using time wisely.

THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 8 Weeks Theme Health and People LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.1 you 4 27. routines ambitions and hopes. Making decisions with others to do something. Responding appropriately to questions by stating. Listen to a dialogue and identify key ideas. pastimes.    LEVEL 2 Seeking clarification on what was said and responding appropriately. Ask and answer questions politely. etc. 1 0 9 . making plans and arrangements. talking about self. and d). Asking questions politely to get information. LEVEL 2 Participating in a conversation. Make a poster CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML LEVEL 3 Making a poster.2 Take part in social interaction by: b). refuting and giving details.05. participating in conversations and discussions. information and opinions on topics of interest. Give directions based on a map. personal experiences and understanding when others talk about themselves.  P. feelings. Talk about a healthy lifestyle. interests. Listen to a text and match home remedies with common health problems.05. Talk about health routines. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES     Talking about (describing) one’s hobbies.1. 21 .1 2 1 Topic A Healthier 12. LEVEL 1       1.1 4 LANGUAGE INTERPERSONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS FOR Make friends and keep friendships by: b). c). family and friends. exchanging ideas. past events. and c).A. taking part in conversations and discussions.

1 4 23.2.1 4 Mid term examination Skills from band 1.05.3   22 .Week 20 19.05.

1 Obtain information for different purposes by: b). 23 . transferring information from a linear to a non-linear/ from non-linear to a linear text.  2.2 c).  LEVEL 2 Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length. 2. LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATION USE 2. d). instructions. answering comprehension questions. writing directions. Read and locate *B3DB1 information E1 given in a table. 0 SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. recounts. reading aloud written materials clearly and fluently. (pg 100) Write a dialogue giving advice.3 Presenting information to different audience by: a). d). using appropriate format and conventions.  Dictionary work.A. reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media.   LEVEL 3 Writing a simple dialogue. announcements.matching problems with picture stimuli.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.

 Refer HSP.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.  Words related to health problems.05.A.  Refer HSP. 28.14 Mid semester break Kerja Rumah terancang 2  24 .  Refer to word list (HSP) e) reciting poems with feeling and expression Sound System  Past Tense Forms “ed’ /d/ and “ed /t/  Pick out the odd word Vocabulary  Words related to a healthy lifestyle. AESTHETIC B6DL1E 1 (Lit) 3. view and respond to literary works.14 15.1 Listen to read. c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey Grammar  Prepositions of time.06. 0 LANGUAGE USE FOR SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.

an c).    LEVEL 3 Writing simple suggestions.  Make a folder.  Talk about health / environmental issues.14 1.A.14 27.  Suggest solutions for problems. participating in conversations and discussion.2 Take part in social interaction by: b). making plans and arrangements. 0 LANGUAGE INTERPERSONAL USE FOR 1. 25 .SECOND TERM (23 WEEKS) THEME/ WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES TOPIC SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.  Disagreeing politely  Interrupting politely  Taking leave  Making decisions with others to do something.  Listening activity – Bingo  Listen to complaints and identify problems.06. LEVEL 2 Participating in a conversation by:  Agreeing politely with others. Making a folder.06.  Talk about health / environmental problems. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI FS ML 2ND TE R M Chapter 9 Theme Health and Social Issues Topic Health Wealth is Weeks 22-23 16.

A. reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media. announcements.3 Presenting information to different audience by: a). 0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. recounts. writing directions. B.  LEVEL 2 Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length. B4DB1E 1 (pg 114)  Identify causes and effects of problems. using appropriate format and conventions. 26 .  Write a B3DT1E 1 composition (pg 115) about a problem. 2. FOR 2. 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by: b). skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.  LEVEL 3 Writing a simple composition. instructions. Processing texts read by : LEVEL 3  Identifying cause and effect in simple texts.2 Process information by: a).  Read and locate information in letters.

1 Listen to read.  Rea a poem with correct pronunciation. mustn’t  Plural Nouns.A.  Refer (HSP) word list 27 . reciting poems with feeling and expressions.  Body language – match actions with feeling. view and respond to literary works by: e).THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 3. Grammar  Model Verbs – must. intonation. LEVEL 1  Reciting a poem with feeling an expression and with correct pronunciation.  Refer HSP Sound System  Past Tense Forms “ed”/Id/and “ied’/aid /  Refer HSP Vocabulary  Words related to health issues. 0 LANGUAGE USE FOR SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.  Words found in letters to the editor. AESTHETIC 3. stress and rhythm.

information and opinions on topics of interest. LANGUAGE 0 INTERPERSONAL USE 1.07.  Listen to a story and give a recount of it orally. Seeking clarification on what was said and responding appropriately.  Talk about advertisements and products  Talk about choosing a gift  Recount orally an event that has taken place.  Talk about the advantages and disadvantages of advertisements. exchanging ideas. FOR Make friends and keep friendships by: b). ambitions and hopes.1 SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. pastimes. taking part in conversations and discussions.  Sequence a dialogue.14 11. etc. LEVEL 2 Participating in teacher-guided class discussions and topics of interest.      LEVEL 1 Talking about (describing) one’s hobbies. Responding appropriately to question by stating. Asking questions politely to get information.  Agree and disagree politely. routines.A.  Listen and sequence a story.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 10 Theme People and Social Issues Topic Wise Choices Weeks 24-25 30. refuting and giving details. B4DL1E 1 (pg 128) CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML 28 . d).14 LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.06.

FOR Obtain information for different 2. Process information by: 2.  Making decision with others to b). LEVEL 2 b).1 purposes by: b). participating in conversations do something.  Make a poster about the shops B4DL3E 1 in your (w/sheet) neighbourhood. and discussions.  Listen to a story B4DL2E 1 and give a recount of it (pg 129) orally. making plans and arrangements.  Find out more about shoppers and shopping – a questionnaire. language functions. LEVEL 3  Writing simple questionnaire. 0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE P. extracting main ideas and  Identifying main ideas in simple supporting details.2 Take part in social interaction by: LEVEL 2 a). 2. texts. 29 . following sequence of ideas. carrying out a variety of  Participating in a conversation.  Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple text  Read and locate information from a text. reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 1. Processing texts read by: and ideas. skim and scan for specific information B. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES LEVEL 1  Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length.2 a).A. and c). c).  Read and locate information from a text.

3. Grammar  “Some” and “Any”  Preposition of Measure  Refer HSP Sound System  Plural forms /s/ and /z/  Refer HSP Vocabulary  Words related to labels  Words related to shopping  Refer words list (HSP) 30 . AESTHETIC 3.  Write a dialogue. writing directions. a). c explaining the message the writer is trying to convey e reciting poems with feeling and expression . view and respond to literary works.A. using appropriate format and conventions.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 2. instructions. announcements.1 Listen to read. 0 LANGUAGE USE FOR EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.3 Presenting information to different LEVEL 3 audience by:  Writing a simple dialogue. recounts.

c). past events.  Writing simple story to friends and relatives. talking about self.  Participating in teacher-guided class discussions on topics of interest.A. interests.  Talk about qualities needed B5DL1E to achieve 1 success. personal experiences and understanding when others talk about themselves. refuting and giving details. pastimes. routines. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML  Talk about your dreams.  Asking questions politely to get information.  Listen to a story and answer questions.1 Make friends and keep friendships by: b). making plans and do something. arrangements. hopes and ambitions. (w/sheet)  Ask questions politely to get information.1 4 Theme People and Social 25. and discussions. taking part in conversations and discussions. etc.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 11 Weeks 26-27 14. LEVEL 2  Asking questions and making statements.  Retell a story. ambitions and hopes. feelings. 0 LANGUAGE INTERPERSONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS FOR 1. participating in conversations  Participating in a conversation. 31 . and EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES LEVEL 1  Talking about (describing) one’s hobbies. family and friends.  Make a scrapbook about someone you admire.14 Issues Topic Looking Ahead LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. 1. P.07.2 Take part in social interaction by LEVEL 2 & 3 b). and  Making decisions with others to c).  Responding appropriately to questions by stating.07.

A. extracting main ideas and  Identifying supporting details or supporting details.  Read and locate information in an interview. composing. writing out an outline. B. revising and editing LEVEL 3 your hopes. announcements. 2. skimming and scanning for  Identifying main ideas in simple specific information and ideas. clear focus. b). a friend about c). punctuation. reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media. reading aloud written materials c). 1 Obtain information for different purposes by: b).  Read a dialogue on dreams. B5DT1E recounts. Processing texts read by Process information by: LEVEL 2 a).THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2. by: grammar. texts. 2 2. 3 SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. and checking accuracy  Applying process writing skills plans. story. and ambitions. 0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2. drafts. 32 . and of spelling. LEVEL 1  Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length.  Writing recounts 1 using appropriate format and  Writing descriptions (w/sheet)  Write a letter to conventions. writing paragraphs with a  Write a success clearly and fluently. instructions. hopes and ambitions. writing directions. d). Presenting information to different audience by: LEVEL 2 a). ideas in simple texts. b).

c explaining the message the writer is trying to convey e reciting poems with feeling and expression Grammar  The Apostrophe  Future Time using “will”  Refer HSP Sound System  Plural Forms / IZ/ .1 Listen to read.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 3. / vz/ and /  Refer HSP àIZ/ Vocabulary  Words related to ambitions.A. 0 LANGUAGE USE FOR SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. view and respond to literary works.  Refer word list (HSP) 33 . AESTHETIC 3.

and  Interrupting politely c). EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.14 LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 1 . CCTS LHTL ICT VCE ME KAC FS ML LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3  Writing simple paragraphs. 0 LANGUAGE INTERPERSONAL USE FOR 1 .  Making decisions with others to do something.  Talk about reusing and disposing of waste. participating in conversations  Disagreeing politely and discussions.  Listen to a description of a recycling process and answer questions.  Gather ideas on recycling.A. making plans and  Taking leave arrangements. Want Not 28. others.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 12 Weeks 28-29 Theme Science and Technology Topic Waste Not. 34 . carrying out a variety of by agreeing politely with language functions.07. 2 Take part in social interaction by:  Participating in a conversation a).08.1 4 8.  Talk about disposing of waste that cannot by recycled. b).

LEVEL 1. and b). B4DB1E 2 (pg 148 & w/sheet on pollution) 35 .  Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length. Listening to spoken texts such as talk. 3  Listening to a understanding a variety of texts of suitable length. 1 Obtain information for different purposed by: a).  Read and locate information in a passage on recycling.2 . 0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE FOR 2 .  Read comments on reusing and disposing of waste. reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media. 2 . and from other multi-media sources. speeches.

using appropriate format and conventions. instructions. and grammar.  Subject – Verb Agreement Sound System  Diphthongs /àv / and / àv / Vocabulary  Words related to recycling  Refer HSP  Refer HSP  Refer word list (HSP) 36 .3 Presenting information to different audience by: a). a on P. 0 LANGUAGE USE FOR SPECIFICATIONS   LEVEL 3 Writing a simple composition.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.1 Listen to read. 3. recounts. b). B4DT1E 1 (w/sheet) AESTHETIC 3. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES  Write composition recycling. writing directions. view and respond to literary works. and checking accuracy of spelling.A. composing. e). reciting poems with feeling Grammar and expressions. punctuation. Applying process writing skills. announcements. revising and editing drafts.

 Find out medicinal values of flowers and leaves. LEVEL 1 22.  1.0 LANGUAGE INTERPERSONAL USE FOR 1.1 Make friends and keep  friendships by: b). flowers. and c). routines. pastimes.A.2 Take part in social interaction by: b). exchanging ideas. ambitions and hopes.1 4 Topic Garden Treasures  Talking about (describing)  Talk about one’s hobbies.  Talk about etc. to clues identify in a picture. d). making plans and arrangements.08. taking part in conversations and discussions.14 Theme Science and Technology LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 1. Asking questions politely to  Read and get information. 37 . participating in conversations  and discussions. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML LEVEL 2 Participating in a  Listen and conversation by: agreeing items politely with others  disagreeing politely  interrupting politely  taking leave Making decisions with others to do something.08. practice words in Listening to an identifying rhymes similarities and differences involving diphthongs.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 13 Weeks 30-31 11. gardening.  Make cards and pictures using dried flowers and leaves.  information and opinions on topics of interest. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.

and b). LEVEL 1.0 EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES Listening to and understanding a variety of texts of suitable length.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 2. stress and rhythm. instructions.0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE 2. reciting poems with and expressions. writing directions.A. using appropriate format and conventions. listening to spoken texts such as talks. 2. reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media.  recounts. intonation. 3 Presenting information to different audience by: a). Read and enjoy a poem 38 . feeling LEVEL 1 B6DL1E 1 (Lit)  Reciting a poem with feeling  and expression and with correct pronunciation. 3. 2. AESTHETIC e). speeches.1 Obtain information for different  purposes by: a). and from  other multi-media sources. LEVEL 3 Writing a simple composition  Write a short composition about gardening as a hobby. Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length.1 Listen to read.3 FOR LANGUAGE USE FOR 3. view and respond to literary works by: P. Read a description of a hobby. announcements.   Read and locate information in a poem.

Grammar   Imperatives “wh” words – to ask questions.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.  Refer HSP  Refer HSP  Refer word (HSP).A. Sound System  Diphthongs / eà / and / và Vocabulary    Words related to a poem Words related to gardens list Dictionary work 39 .

09. d) exchanging ideas.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK Chapter 14 Weeks 32-33 25.A. information and opinions.08.14 1.1 4 1.1 Theme Science and Technology Topic LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. LEVEL 2 B6DL1E 1 b) taking part in conversations and discussions. 40 .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 5.

Talk about what can be done to save our jungles.0 Take part in social interaction by : a) carrying out a variety of language functions.2 Process information by. B. and c) making plans and arrangements 2. b) participating in conversations and discussion.2 2. reading materials from a variety of test :  factual  narrative  descriptive 2.  Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple texts     Talk about what happens when trees in the jungle are cut down. Processing texts read by: LEVEL 2  Identifying main ideas in simple texts. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML Read and locate information in an article on logging in catchment areas. b) extracting main ideas and supporting details.1 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE a).Save Our Jungles 1. a) skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas. Listen to texts on the Rafflesia and the pitcher plant and answer questions.   Participating in a conversation by: agreeing politely with others  disagreeing politely  interrupting politely  taking leave Making decisions with others to do something. 41 .

 Words related to trees  Refer HSP the  Refer word list (HSP) to 42 . announcements. composition.A.3 SPECIFICATIONS Presenting information to different LEVEL 3 audience by:  Writing a a). using appropriate format and conventions. 3. instructions. recounts. view and respond to literary works by c explaining the message the writer is trying to convey e FOR EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P. 3. writing directions.1 Listen to read. read. simple  Write a composition on “The Importance of National Parks” AESTHETIC Grammar  The Future Time – going to  Refer HSP  Simple and Compound Sentences B6DB1 E1 (Lit) reciting poems with feeling and expression Sound System  Stress in compound words Vocabulary  Words related to Rafflesia  Words related catchment areas.THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2. view and respond to literary works.0 LANGUAGE USE 3.1 Listen to.

language functions. CCTS LHTL ICT VCE MI KAC FS ML LEVEL 1 43 . participating in conversations and discussions.  Listen to a text and sequence pictures.1 4 LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS 1.2 Take part in social interaction by:  Giving opinions and a).  Design a futuristic home  Design a futuristic car. b).0 LANGUAGE INTERPERSONAL USE FOR 1. and c).  Participating in a conversation by: agreeing politely with others  disagreeing politely  interrupting politely  taking leave  Making decisions with others to do something.THEME/ TOPIC Chapter 15 Theme Science and Technology Topic A Peep Into the Future WEEK Weeks 34-35 08.A. carrying out a variety of responding appropriately.09.1 4 26.09.  Talk about life in the future – based on situations.  Talk about life in the future – robots doing work. making plans and LEVEL 2 & 3 arrangements. EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.  Talk about negative and positive changes in the future.

d).THEME/ TOPIC WEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES 2. skills *B5DT1 E1 (w/sheet ) 44 . recounts.A.  Identifying supporting Presenting information to different details or ideas in simple 2. Processing texts read by: LEVEL 1 P. listening to spoken texts. B5DB1E 1 (w/sheet ) 2. 0 LANGUAGE INFORMATIONAL USE SPECIFICATIONS FOR EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES B. c).  factual  narrative  descriptive 2. b).3 audience by: texts. LEVEL 2 story. following sequence of ideas. composing. using LEVEL 2 appropriate format and  Writing recounts. grammar. c). a). writing directions. revising and editing drafts. simple texts. picture stimuli.2 Process information by:  Following sequence of ideas  Read and locate b).  Identifying main ideas in e).  Write responses to conventions. using dictionaries. instructions.  Writing descriptions. and checking accuracy of LEVEL 3 spelling punctuation. extracting main ideas and information in a supporting details. reading materials from variety of text.1 a). announcements. the future. and  Write a story set in  Writing a simple story. reading aloud written materials  Applying process writing clearly and fluently.

45 .A.WEEK/ THEME/ TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATIONS EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES P.

Understanding and telling Grammar in one’s own words the  Modal Verbs – may.14 31.09. 0 LANGUAGE USE FOR AESTHETIC B6DB1E1 (Lit) 3. 1 Listen to read. B6DT1 (Lit)  Refer HSP. one’s opinion of the text. view and respond to literary works by. might.11. story read. b. word 46 .14 FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION  Refer HSP.  Words related to the future. and giving  Adverbs of Manner.11.3. a. Sound System  Stresses in two and three syllable words Vocabulary  Words related to a story. Recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting.  Refer list(HSP).1414. Weeks 36-40 29.10.14 REVISION AND RE-SEAT FOR CERTAIN INSTRUMENT COMPLETING THE EVIDENCE Weeks 41-43 3.