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YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK

ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6


WEEK /
THEME / TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL
1

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
WEEK 1

World of Self
Family and
Friends
Wonderfully
made

1. Listen to specific information.


2. Use language appropriately to
introduce one and to talk about
another.
3. Read and extract information for
main one and talk about one
another.
4. Read and extract information for
main ideas.
5. Interpret graphs and evaluate
statements based on graphs.
6. Read and talk about what has
been read.
7. Use new words in the text.
8. Use contracted form in spoken
language.
9.
Use
the
subject
verb
agreement correctly.
10. Identify collective nouns and
use them in sentences.
11.
Construct
compound
sentences.
12. Form compound words by
matching words given.
13. Write comprehension answers.
14. Spell words correctly.

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains .
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound
words.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements
and give the information required.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of keywords for each
topic taught.
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching
phrases to pictures.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as
instruction, directions, notices, labels, messages, letters,
passages, recounts, descriptions.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and
animals in a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story
4.2.1 Complete simple instruction, recipes, descriptions,
rhymes with missing words and simple phrases, with
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.6.1 Write simple guided descriptions.
4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS/


VOCABULARY

RESOU

Grammar: Positive and negative statements


Simple present tense
( repetitive events )
Subject verb agreement
Compound word
Pronouns
( Interrogative pronouns Who)
Conjunction (because )
Collective Nouns

a team of players

a band of musicians

a crew of sailors

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Language Functions:Introducing oneself and others


Vocabulary:assemble , feed / cattle / shopping
complex, warehouse, canteen , garage ,
sitting room, platform / clever, funny ,
respect , responsible

WEEK /
THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES
World of Self
Family and Friends

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains .


1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound
words.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements
and give the information required.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
2.8.1 State whether one likes or does not like the story
and give reasons.
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching
phrases to pictures.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as
instruction, directions, notices, labels, messages, letters,
passages, recounts, descriptions.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and
animals in a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.1 Complete simple instruction, recipes, descriptions,
rhymes with missing words and simple phrases, with
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.6.1 Write simple guided descriptions.
4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized.

Wonderfully made
WEEK 2
World of Self
Family and
Friends
Wonderfully
made

WEEK /

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
1. Listen to specific information.
2. Use language appropriately to
introduce one and to talk about
another.
3. Read and extract information for
main one and talk about one
another.
4. Read and extract information for
main ideas.
5. Interpret graphs and evaluate
statements based on graphs.
6. Read and talk about what has
been read.
7. Use new words in the text.
8. Use contracted form in spoken
language.
9. Use the subject verb agreement
correctly.
10. Identify collective nouns and use
them in sentences.
11. Construct compound sentences.
12. Form compound words by
matching words given.
13. Write comprehension answers.
14. Spell words correctly.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

Grammar/ Language Functions/


Vocabulary
Grammar: Positive and negative statements
Simple present tense
( repetitive events )
Subject verb agreement
Compound word
Pronouns
( Interrogative pronouns Who)
Conjunction (because )
Collective Nouns

a team of players

a band of musicians

a crew of sailors

RESOU

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Page
Teac
cours

Language Functions:Introducing oneself and others


Vocabulary:assemble , feed / cattle / shopping
complex, warehouse, canteen , garage ,
sitting room, platform / clever, funny ,
respect , responsible , sensible ,new ,
sensitive, trustworthy/ husband, twins/
archery, bowling, kite-flying, netball, topspinning, softball / computer programmer,
scientist ,

Grammar/ Language Functions/

RESOU

THEME / TOPIC

Vocabulary
1
By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:

WEEK 3
World of Self
Family and
Friends
Wonderfully
made

1. Listen to specific information.


2. Use language appropriately to
introduce one and to talk about
another.
3. Read and extract information for
main one and talk about one
another.
4. Read and extract information for
main ideas.
5. Interpret graphs and evaluate
statements based on graphs.
6. Read and talk about what has
been read.
7. Use new words in the text.
8. Use contracted form in spoken
language.
9. Use the subject verb agreement
correctly.
10. Identify collective nouns and
use them in sentences.
11.
Construct
compound
sentences.
12. Form compound words by
matching words given.
13. Write comprehension answers.
14. Spell words correctly.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains .


1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of
compound words.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements
and give the information required.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
2.8.1 State whether one likes or does not like the story
and give reasons.
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching
phrases to pictures.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as
instruction, directions, notices, labels, messages, letters,
passages, recounts, descriptions.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and
animals in a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.1 Complete simple instruction, recipes, descriptions,
rhymes with missing words and simple phrases, with
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.6.1 Write simple guided descriptions.
4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized.

Grammar: Positive and negative statements


Simple present tense
( repetitive events )
Subject verb agreement
Compound word
Pronouns
( Interrogative pronouns Who)
Conjunction (because )
Collective Nouns

a team of players

a band of musicians

a crew of sailors
Language Functions:Introducing oneself and others
Vocabulary:assemble , feed / cattle / shopping complex,
warehouse, canteen , garage , sitting room,
platform /

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cours

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
WEEK 4
World of
Knowledge
Proud to be a
Malaysian

1. listen to and identify main ideas and


details
2. Ask questions and give appropriate
responses.
3. Pronounce words with double
consonants correctly.
4. Recite jazz chants orally and with
actions.
5. revise the correct use of past tense
form
6. Revise the correct use of articles
with countable and uncountable nouns.
7. Read and retell stories read in
relation of story line, characters and
values.
8. read and identify main ideas and
details
9. Use words that collocate with other
words to complete a passage.
10 read story books and write book
reviews.
11. Prepare a story planner.
12. Write stories using pictures as a
guide.
13. use new vocabulary learnt in the
text

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains .
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound
words.
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions.
1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on
cardinal numbers.
1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instruction on how to
complete a given task.
1.7.1 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the
names of people, animals and places.
2.1.1 repeat words that contain the following (double
consonants and initial blend )
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals
in the story.
3.11.1 Read according to ones interest and keep a
reading record.
4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible
cursive writing.
4.2.2 Complete text with missing word(s) without any
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by matching
sentences halves and expending on words given.
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases and
picture stimulus.
4.8.1 Compose stories and poems with guidance.

Grammar/ Language Functions/


Vocabulary
Grammar :Wh questions and response
The simple past tense
Article with uncountable nouns
(some, much, little)
Vocabulary :choose , lean , talk , weave, speak ,
multiply , signal / cafe / misty /peach /
reader , writer/
Instructional Phrases:Dust the .
Hand over .
Use the ..

RES

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL
1

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
WEEK 5

World of
Knowledge
Proud to be a
Malaysian

1. listen to and identify main ideas and


details
2. Ask questions and give appropriate
responses.
3. Pronounce words with double
consonants correctly.
4. Recite jazz chants orally and with
actions.
5. revise the correct use of past tense
form
6. Revise the correct use of articles with
countable and uncountable nouns.
7. Read and retell stories read in
relation of story line, characters and
values.
8. read and identify main ideas and
details
9. Use words that collocate with other
words to complete a passage.
10 read story books and write book
reviews.
11. Prepare a story planner.
12. Write stories using pictures as a
guide.
13. use new vocabulary learnt in the text

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains .
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of
compound words.
le, animals and places.
2.1.1 repeat words that contain the following (double
consonants and initial blend )
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
2.2.1 Ask wh questions to seek informations.
2.6.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with
expression and appropriate gestures.
3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the double
consonants and the initial blends.
3.1.2 Read aloud words with letters of double
consonants and the initial blends.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.1 Read aloud phrases and sentences, pronouncing
them correctly.
3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by
answering comprehension questions in relation to main
ides and details.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and
animals in the story.
3.11.1 Read according to ones interest and keep a
reading record.
4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear,
legible cursive writing.
4.2.2 Complete text with missing word(s) without any
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by
matching sentences halves and expending on words
given.

Grammar/ Language Functions/


Vocabulary
Grammar :Wh questions and response
The simple past tense
Article with uncountable nouns
(some, much, little)
Vocabulary :choose , lean , talk , weave, speak ,
multiply , signal / cafe / misty /peach /
reader , writer/
Instructional Phrases:Dust the .
Hand over .
Use the ..

RE

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL
1

WEEK 6
World of
Knowledge
Proud to be a
Malaysian

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
2
1. listen to and identify main ideas and
details
2. Ask questions and give appropriate
responses.
3. Pronounce words with double
consonants correctly.
4. Recite jazz chants orally and with
actions.
5. revise the correct use of past tense
form
6. Revise the correct use of articles
with countable and uncountable nouns.
7. Read and retell stories read in
relation of story line, characters and
values.
8. read and identify main ideas and
details
9. Use words that collocate with other
words to complete a passage.
10 read story books and write book
reviews.
11. Prepare a story planner.
12. Write stories using pictures as a
guide.
13. use new vocabulary learnt in the
text

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains .
1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound
words.
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions.
1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on
cardinal numbers.
1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instruction on how to
complete a given task.
1.7.1 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the
names of people, animals and places.
2.1.1 repeat words that contain the following (double
consonants and initial blend )
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
3.1.2 Read aloud words with letters of double consonants
and the initial blends.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.1 Read aloud phrases and sentences, pronouncing
them correctly.
3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by
answering comprehension questions in relation to main
ides and details.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals
in the story.
4.2.2 Complete text with missing word(s) without any
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by matching
sentences halves and expending on words given.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS/


VOCABULARY
Grammar :Who questions and response
The simple past tense
Article with uncountable nouns
(some, much, little)
Vocabulary :choose , lean , talk , weave, speak ,
multiply , signal / cafe / misty /peach /
reader , writer/
Instructional Phrases:Dust the .
Hand over .
Use the ..

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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL
1

By the end of
should be able to:
WEEK 7

World of
Knowledge

Fit as a Fiddle

the

week, pupils

1. Listen to specific information.


2. Use language appropriately to
introduce one and to talk about another.
3. Read and extract information for
main one and talk about one another.
4. Read and extract information for
main ideas.
5. Interpret graphs and evaluate
statements based on graphs.
6. Read and talk about what has been
read.
7. Use new words in the text.
8. Use contracted form in spoken
language.
9. Use the subject verb agreement
correctly.
10. Identify collective nouns and use
them in sentences.
11. Construct compound sentences.
12. Form compound words by matching
words given.

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final
blends
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories,
recounts and description heard.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements
and give the information required.
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, news
reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and
supporting details.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.9.3 To express pleasure/ happiness
2.9.4 To encourage
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.6.8 Build new words from given words.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect
relationship.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and
animals in a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.6.2 Write simple descriptions little or no guidance.
4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.
4.10.1 use capital, comma, full stop, apostrophe and
exclamation marks when writing

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS/


VOCABULARY
Grammar:Adverbs of frequency
The Simple Past Tense
Conjunction ( and , but)
Prefix ( im ,in )
Language Functions:Making & receiving telephone calls
Making appointments
Placing orders
Apologising
Seeking confirmation
Expressing gratitude
To encourage
To postpone
Vocabulary
Bookshop/ daily, annually/ colourful/
almonds, cashew nuts, dates. Honey
dew, lychee / crops, oats/
Phrasal Quantifiers:A reel of thread
A can of sardines
A box of tissues

RE

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

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

WEEK 8

World of
Knowledge

Fit as a Fiddle

1. Listen to specific information.


2. Use language appropriately to
introduce one and to talk about
another.
3. Read and extract information for
main one and talk about one
another.
4. Read and extract information for
main ideas.
5. Interpret graphs and evaluate
statements based on graphs.
6. Read and talk about what has
been read.
7. Use new words in the text.
8. Use contracted form in spoken
language.
9. Use the subject verb agreement
correctly.
10. Identify collective nouns and use
them in sentences.
11. Construct compound sentences.
12. Form compound words by
matching words given.

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements
and give the information required.
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, news
reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and
supporting details.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonations.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.4 Responding to such questions.
2.3.4 To make comparisons.
2.5.1 To take and give short messages to friends and
family members.
2.9.3 To express pleasure/ happiness
2.9.4 To encourage
3.1.3 Read and group words according to final sounds.
3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud words with prefixes and
suffixes.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple compound sentences
by interpreting pronoun form.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.6.8 Build new words from given words.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect
relationship.
4.6.2 Write simple descriptions little or no guidance.
4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS/


VOCABULARY
Grammar:Adverbs of frequency
The Simple Past Tense
Conjunction ( and , but)
Prefix ( im ,in )
Language Functions:Making & receiving telephone calls
Making appointments
Placing orders
Apologising
Seeking confirmation
Expressing gratitude
To encourage
To postpone
Vocabulary
Bookshop/ daily, annually/ colourful/
almonds, cashew nuts, dates. Honey
dew, lychee / crops, oats/
Phrasal Quantifiers:A reel of thread
A can of sardines
A box of tissues

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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

1
By the end of the week, pupils
should be able to:
2
WEEK 10

World of
Knowledge

Magical Moments

1. listen
and identify animals
described in context
2. Listen and name animals by
asking questions.
3. Talk about main ideas, details,
similarities and differences.
4. Match names of animals with
pictures.
5. describe animals by completing
sentences with missing information
6. Name the homes of animals and
describe them.
7. read and extract information
regarding main ideas and details
8. read and sequence ideas
9. Use figurative language.
10. Give words that associated with
other words.
11. Write paragraphs by expending
given notes.
12. Write comprehension answers.

1.7.1 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the


names of people, animals and places.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the short and long vowel
sound.
2.2.2 Ask questions to seek information and clarification.
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
2.3.1 Name or identify things, person, buildings, and act.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct
stress and intonation.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.9 Understand simple similes and proves.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary.
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 a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.2 Complete the text with missing words without
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases
given & on picture stimulus.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar:
Positive questions and
responses
Subject verb aggrement
Adjective (multiple use)
Vocabulary
Lie, stitch, tell , sprint / beaver,
dolphin, pigeon, leech ,
scorpion, seal, zebra , hive,
crawl, swing, bleat, bray,
chatter, hum, squeak/ exhibition
hall / dawn, dusk, decade /
away, everywhere, off, upon/
lotus /
Similes:
As quick as lighting
Proverbs :
A stitch in time saves nine
Honesty is the best policy
Look before you leap
One good turn deserves
another

RESOUR

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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains short and


long vowel sounds.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories or
description heard.
1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instruction on how to
complete a given task.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements and
give the information required.
1.7.1 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the
names of people, animals and places.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the short and long vowel
sound.
2.2.2 Ask questions to seek information and clarification.
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
2.3.1 Name or identify things, person, buildings, and ect.
3.1.3 Remand and group words according to short and
long vowel sound.
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases
to pictures.
3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and
animals in a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.2 Complete the text with missing words without
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases
given & on picture stimulus.

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
2
WEEK 11

World of
Knowledge

Magical Moments

1. listen and identify animals


described in context
2. Listen and name animals by
asking questions.
3. Talk about main ideas, details,
similarities and differences.
4. Match names of animals with
pictures.
5. describe animals by completing
sentences with missing information
6. Name the homes of animals and
describe them.
7. read and extract information
regarding main ideas and details
8. read and sequence ideas
9. Use figurative language.
10. Give words that associated with
other words.
11. Write paragraphs by expending
given notes.
12. Write comprehension answers.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar:
Positive questions and
responses
Subject verb aggrement
Adjective (multiple use)
Vocabulary
Lie, stitch, tell , sprint / beaver,
dolphin, pigeon, leech ,
scorpion, seal, zebra , hive,
crawl, swing, bleat, bray,
chatter, hum, squeak/ exhibition
hall / dawn, dusk, decade /
away, everywhere, off, upon/
lotus /
Similes:
As quick as lighting
Proverbs :
A stitch in time saves nine
Honesty is the best policy
Look before you leap
One good turn deserves
another

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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain short and


long vowel sounds.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories or
description heard.
1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instruction on how to
complete a given task.
2.7.4 Talk about the values explore in the stories.
3.1.3 Read and group words according to short and long
vowel sound.
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching
phrases to pictures.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct
stress and intonation.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.9 Understand simple similes and proves.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the
dictionary.
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 a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.2 Complete the text with missing words without
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information
from the text
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases
given & on picture stimulus.
4.6.1 Write simple guided description.
4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized.

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
2
WEEK 12

World of
Knowledge

Magical Moments

1. listen
and identify animals
described in context
2. Listen and name animals by
asking questions.
3. Talk about main ideas, details,
similarities and differences.
4. Match names of animals with
pictures.
5. describe animals by completing
sentences with missing information
6. Name the homes of animals and
describe them.
7. read and extract information
regarding main ideas and details
8. read and sequence ideas
9. Use figurative language.
10. Give words that associated with
other words.
11. Write paragraphs by expending
given notes.
12. Write comprehension answers.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar:
Positive questions and
responses
Subject verb agreement
Adjective (multiple use)
Vocabulary
Lie, stitch, tell , sprint / beaver,
dolphin, pigeon, leech ,
scorpion, seal, zebra , hive,
crawl, swing, bleat, bray,
chatter, hum, squeak/ exhibition
hall / dawn, dusk, decade /
away, everywhere, off, upon/
lotus /
Similes:
As quick as lighting
Proverbs :
A stitch in time saves nine
Honesty is the best policy
Look before you leap
One good turn deserves
another

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Teachin
coursew

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains silent


letters
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers.
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in
the country.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements
and give the information required.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages, announcements, news,
reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the silent letters.
2.1.2 Pronounce 3 and 4 syllable words correctly.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2. Ask questions with question tags.
comprehension questions or completing info transfer
diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.6 To use words to show comparison.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect
relationship.
3.9.5 Read and predict outcomes.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by matching
sentences halves and expending on words given.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.10.1 use capital, comma, full stop, apostrophe and
exclamation marks when writing

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
2
WEEK 13

World of
Knowledge

Sounds of Music

1. Listen to information report and


identify details.
2. Identify and talk about
descriptions.
3. Ask questions to gather
information.
4. Ask for and make suggestions.
5. Identify the suffixes en and ion
in words and use them in
sentences.
6. Add appropriate questions tags
to questions.
7. Revise collective nouns.
8. Read story and extract
information on main ideas and
details.
9. read a story and talk about
feelings and moral values
10. Refer to encyclopedia and
make notes.
11. Read a report and extract main
ideas and details.
12. Read a letter and respond by
completing a letter.
13. Read jokes and respond.
14. read puzzles and solve the
problems
15. Play a game to consolidate
vocabulary learnt.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar: Tag questions
Suffix en and ion
Language Function
To seek for assistance
To offer assistance
-

Collective Nouns

Vocabulary:Brought / young, tadpole / river


mouth , upper / daisy , tulip/
Collective nouns:
a school of fish
Phrasal Quantifiers:
- a bundle of stick

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Textbook
Page: 46
60
Teaching
coursewa

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains silent


letters
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers.
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the
country.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements and
give the information required.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages, announcements, news,
reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the silent letters.
2.1.2 Pronounce 3 and 4 syllable words correctly.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
3.6.6 To use words to show comparison.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
3.9.5 Read and predict outcomes.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by matching
sentences halves and expending on words given.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.4.1 Write simple guided letter to friends and family
members.
4.4.2 Write simple letters to pen-pals (less guidance)
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with guidance.
4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.
4.10.1 use capital, comma, full stop, apostrophe and
exclamation marks when writing

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
2
WEEK 14

World of
Knowledge

Sounds of Music

1. Listen to information report and


identify details.
2. Identify and talk about descriptions.
3. Ask questions to gather information.
4. Ask for and make suggestions.
5. Identify the suffixes en and ion in
words and use them in sentences.
6. Add appropriate questions tags to
questions.
7. Revise collective nouns.
8. Read story and extract information
on main ideas and details.
9. read a story and talk about feelings
and moral values
10. Refer to encyclopedia and make
notes.
11. Read a report and extract main
ideas and details.
12. Read a letter and respond by
completing a letter.
13. Read jokes and respond.
14. read puzzles and solve the
problems
15. Play a game to consolidate
vocabulary learnt.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar: Tag questions
Suffix en and ion
Language Function
To seek for assistance
To offer assistance
-

Collective Nouns

Vocabulary:Brought / young, tadpole / river


mouth , upper / daisy , tulip/
Collective nouns:
a school of fish
Phrasal Quantifiers:
- a bundle of stick

RESOU

Textb
Page
Teach
cours

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEVEL
LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of
should be able to:

WEEK 15

World of
Knowledge

Sounds of Music

the

week, pupils

1. Listen to information report and


identify details.
2. Identify and talk about descriptions.
3. Ask questions to gather information.
4. Ask for and make suggestions.
5. Identify the suffixes en and ion in
words and use them in sentences.
6. Add appropriate questions tags to
questions.
7. Revise collective nouns.
8. Read story and extract information on
main ideas and details.
9. read a story and talk about feelings
and moral values
10. Refer to encyclopedia and make
notes.
11. Read a report and extract main ideas
and details.
12. Read a letter and respond by
completing a letter.

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains silent letters


1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the silent letters.
2.1.2 Pronounce 3 and 4 syllable words correctly.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2. Ask questions with question tags.
2.3.2 To refute statements.
2.5.1 To take and give short messages to friends and
family members.
2.6.6 Tell simple stories
2.7.2 Talk about the places in story.
2.9.5 To show concern
3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions or completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.6 To use words to show comparison.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
3.9.5 Read and predict outcomes.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by matching
sentences halves and expending on words given.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words 4.10.1 use capital, comma, full
stop, apostrophe and exclamation marks when writing

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar: Tag questions
Suffix en and ion
Language Function
To seek for assistance
To offer assistance
-

Collective Nouns

Vocabulary:Brought / young, tadpole / river


mouth , upper / daisy , tulip/
Collective nouns:
a school of fish
Phrasal Quantifiers:
- a bundle of stick

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Textbook
Page: 49-60
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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

LEVEL
1

WEEK 16

World of Self and


Knowledge

Splashes of Colours

1. listen to report and complete a


table
2. Practice language to ask
questions and give appropriate
responses.
3. Role plays a dialogue.
4. Match words with given pictures.
5. categories words given under
different headings
6. Make sentences using modals.
7. Match newspaper headlines with
the report.
8. Read newspaper reports and
answer questions.
9. Use the suffixes let and full
correctly in sentences.
10. Write a composition using the
steps in process approach.
11. Read and solve simple riddles.
12. Read stories and talk about
behavior and attitudes.

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final
blends
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts
and description heard.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements and
give the information required.
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, news reports
and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting
details.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonations.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.6.8 Build new words from given words.
3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by
answering comprehension questions in relation to main
ideas and details.
3.9.4 Read tells and writes why a person or animal in the
story is good or bad.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.2 Complete texts with the missing words without
guidance.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.6.2
Write simple descriptions little or no guidance.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY

RESO

Grammar: wh questions and


responses
Modals and others
Conjunctions
( neither ..nor )
Conjunction (because )
Suffix
ful and let
Punctuation
Capital letters , full stop ,
question
mark ,apostrophe and
exclamation
mark

Text
Pag
74
Tea
cou

Language Functions:To seek and make


suggestions
To offers assistance
Vocabulary:Bring , recycle, feel , divide ,fight /
owlet / playground / industrial /
tableware , untensils , pot , pan ,
ladle / calculator , generator

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

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

WEEK 17

World of Self and


Knowledge

Splashes of Colours

1. Listen to report and complete a


table.
2. Practise language to ask
questions and give appropriate
responses.
3. Role plays a dialogue.
4. Match words with given
pictures.
5. Categories words given under
different headings.
6. Make sentences using modals.
7. Match newspaper headlines
with the report.
8. Read newspaper reports and
answer questions.
9. Use the suffixes let and ful
correctly in sentences.
10. Write a composition using the
steps in process approach.
11. Read and solve simple riddles.
12. Read stories and talk about
behavior and attitudes.

LEVEL
1

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonations.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.4 Responding to such questions.
2.3.4 To make comparisons.
2.5.1 To take and give short messages to friends and
family members.
2.9.3 To express pleasure/ happiness
2.9.4 To encourage
3.1.3 Read and group words according to final sounds.
3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud words with prefixes and
suffixes.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple compound sentences
by interpreting pronoun form.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.6.8 Build new words from given words.
3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by
answering comprehension questions in relation to main
ideas and details.
3.9.4 Read tells and writes why a person or animal in the
story is good or bad.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.2 Complete texts with the missing words without
guidance.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar: who questions and
responses
Modals and others
Conjunctions
( neither ..nor )
Conjunction (because )
Suffix
ful and let
Punctuation
Capital letters , full stop ,
question
mark ,apostrophe and
exclamation
mark
Language Functions:To seek and make
suggestions
To offers assistance
Vocabulary:Bring , recycle, feel , divide ,fight /
owlet / playground / industrial /
tableware , untensils , pot , pan ,
ladle / calculator , generator

RESOURCE
Textbook
Page: 7588
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
WEEK 18

World of Self and


Knowledge

Beautiful
World

WEEK / THEME /

1. Listen to report and complete a


table.
2. Practise language to ask
questions and give appropriate
responses.
3. Role plays a dialogue.
4. Match words with given pictures.
5. Categories words given under
different headings.
6. Make sentences using modals.
7. Match newspaper headlines with
the report.
8. Read newspaper reports and
answer questions.
9. Use the suffixes let and ful
correctly in sentences.
10. Write a composition using the
steps in process approach.
11. Read and solve simple riddles.
12. Read stories and talk about
behavior and attitudes.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains final
blends
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts
and description heard.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements and
give the information required.
1.5.2 Listen to simple description, recounts, news reports
and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting
details.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the final blends.
2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclamations
with correct stress and intonation.
3.1.3 Read and group words according to final sounds.
3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud words with prefixes and
suffixes.
3.3.2 Read and understand simple compound sentences
by interperting pronoun form.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.7 State collective nouns.
3.6.8 Build new words from given words.
3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by
answering comprehension questions in relation to main
ideas and details.
3.9.4 Read tells and writes why a person or animal in the
story is good or bad.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY
Grammar: who questions and
responses
Modals and others
Conjunctions
( neither ..nor )
Conjunction (because )
Suffix
ful and let
Punctuation
Capital letters , full stop ,
question
mark ,apostrophe and
exclamation
mark

RESOURCE
Textbook
Page: 7588
Teaching
courseware

Language Functions:To seek and make


suggestions
To offers assistance
Vocabulary:Bring , recycle, feel , divide ,fight /
owlet / playground / industrial /
tableware , untensils , pot , pan ,
ladle / calculator , generator

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE

RESOURCE

TOPIC

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

WEEK 19

World of Self
Family and Friends

Beautiful
World

1. listen to and correctly sequence


simple instruction to complete a task
2. talk about activities to celebrate
world events
3. Ask for and give simple
instructions to complete a task.
4. Use the future continuous tense
in statements and questions.
5. Read dialogues and answer
comprehension questions.
6. Widen their vocabulary and use
the new words correctly in
sentences.
7. Revise homophones and use
them correctly in sentences.
8. Write composition on special
days by answering questions.
9. read fables and talk about
feelings
10.
Understand
and
write
newspaper reports.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain diphthongs.


1.1.2 Listen to and group words according to the same
beginning, middle and end sounds.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and
songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and
intonation correctly.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories or
description heard.
1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instruction on how to
complete a given task.
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the
country.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages and announcements,
news reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.2 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give details
2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonation.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain diphthongs.
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct
stress and intonation.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homophones.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary.
4.6.1 Write simple guided description.
4.7.1 Write simple direction and messages with guidance.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with little or no
guidance.

Grammar: Positive questions and


responses
Future Continuous Tense
Language Functions:To offer assistance
To express gratitude
To give and receive
compliments
Vocabulary:Glue / collage , shop house
,continent / coat , gloves, gown ,
jumper/ crockery / countries /
Homophones :
be - bee
in - inn
mail - male
waste- waist

Textbook
Page: 7588
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
WEEK 20

World of Self
Family and Friends

Environmental
Issues

WEEK / THEME /

1. listen to and correctly sequence


simple instruction to complete a
task
2. talk about activities to celebrate
world events
3. Ask for and give simple
instructions to complete a task.
4. Use the future continuous tense
in statements and questions.
5. Read dialogues and answer
comprehension questions.
6. Widen their vocabulary and use
the new words correctly in
sentences.
7. Revise homophones and use
them correctly in sentences.
8. Write composition on special
days by answering questions.
9. read fables and talk about
feelings
10.
Understand
and
write
newspaper reports.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the
country.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages and announcements,
news reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.2 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give details
2.9.5 To show concern.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each
topic taught.
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases
to pictures.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct
stress and intonation.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homophones.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary.
3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals
in the story.
4.6.1 Write simple guided description.
4.7.1 Write simple direction and messages with guidance.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with little or no
guidance.

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONS/ VOCABULARY

RESOURCE

Grammar: Positive questions and


responses
Future Continuous Tense

Textbook
Page: 89102
Teaching
courseware

Language Functions:To offer assistance


To express gratitude
To give and receive
compliments
Vocabulary:Glue / collage , shop house
,continent / coat , gloves, gown
, jumper/ crockery / countries /
Homophones :
be - bee
in - inn
mail - male
waste- waist

GRAMMAR/ LANGUAGE

RESOURCE

TOPIC

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

WEEK 21

World of Self
Family and
Friends

Environmental
Issues

WEEK /
THEME /

1. listen to and correctly sequence simple


instruction to complete a task
2. talk about activities to celebrate world
events
3. Ask for and give simple instructions to
complete a task.
4. Use the future continuous tense in
statements and questions.
5.
Read
dialogues
and
answer
comprehension questions.
6. Widen their vocabulary and use the new
words correctly in sentences.
7. Revise homophones and use them
correctly in sentences.
8. Write composition on special days by
answering questions.
9. read fables and talk about feelings
10. Understand and write newspaper
reports.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEVEL

1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories or


description heard.
1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instruction on how to
complete a given task.
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the
country.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages and announcements,
news reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.2 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give details
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct
stress and intonation.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homophones.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary.
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 a story read.
4.2.2 Complete the text with missing words without
guidance.
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases given
& on picture stimulus.
4.6.1 Write simple guided description.
4.7.1 Write simple direction and messages with guidance.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with little or no
guidance.

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS

Grammar: Positive questions and


responses
Future Continuous Tense

Textbook
Page: 89102
Teaching
courseware

Language Functions:To offer assistance


To express gratitude
To give and receive
compliments
Vocabulary:Glue / collage , shop house
,continent / coat , gloves, gown
, jumper/ crockery / countries /
Homophones :
be - bee
in - inn
mail - male
waste- waist

Grammar/ Language Functions/


Vocabulary

RESOURCE

TOPIC
By the end of the week, pupils should
be able to:
WEEK 22

World of Self
Family and
Friends

Exchanging
Messages

1. Listen to announcements and sequence


the activities correctly.
2. Listen to announcement and identify
items not mentioned.
3. Practise making telephone calls to seek
information.
4. Practise using personal pronouns
correctly in context.
5. Read poems and answer questions.
6. Revise reflexive pronouns.
7. Read and prepare recipes.
8. Read conversations and answer
questions.
9. read conversation and transfer
information into grid
10. Read and extract information regarding
main ideas and details.
11. Write compositions using pictures and
words given.
12. Read stories and write stories based
on pictures.

3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases


to pictures.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct
stress and intonation.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.9 Understand simple similes and proves.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary.
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 a story read.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.1.2 Write clearly and legibly in print, for caption, labels,
maps diagrams, ect in maps.
4.2.2 Complete the text with missing words without
guidance.
4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information from
the text
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases given
& on picture stimulus.
4.5.1 Write a simple letter to the class teacher explaning for
example, why one was absent from school.
4.6.2 Write simple description with little or no guidance.
4.8.1 Compose stories and poems with guidance.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poem with little or no guidance.

Grammar: pronouns
personal /
possessive/interrogative/
reflexive
-

Preposition
Infinitive to

Language Functions:To make encouraging


exclamations
To congratulate
Making and receiving
telephone calls
Seeking clarifications
Vocabulary:Mix , pollute / orphanage /
vegetables , curry leaves , pandan
leaf

Textbook
Page: 103116
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME
/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of the week, pupils should


be able to:
WEEK 23

World of Self
Family and
Friends

Exchanging
Messages

1. listen to and correctly sequence simple


instruction to complete a task
2. talk about activities to celebrate world
events
3. Ask for and give simple instructions to
complete a task.
4. Use the future continuous tense in
statements and questions.
5.
Read
dialogues
and
answer
comprehension questions.
6. Widen their vocabulary and use the new
words correctly in sentences.
7. Revise homophones and use them
correctly in sentences.
8. Write composition on special days by
answering questions.
9. read fables and talk about feelings
10. Understand and write newspaper
reports.

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain diphthongs.
1.1.2 Listen to and group words according to the same
beginning, middle and end sounds.
1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and
songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and
intonation correctly.
1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories or
description heard.
1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instruction on how to
complete a given task.
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the
country.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages and announcements,
news reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.2 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give details
2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonation.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain diphthongs.
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homophones.
3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary.
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 a story read.
4.2.2 Complete the text with missing words without
guidance.
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases given
& on picture stimulus.
4.6.1 Write simple guided description.
4.7.1 Write simple direction and messages with guidance.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with little or no
guidance.

Grammar/ Language
Functions/ Vocabulary
Grammar: Positive questions and
responses
Future Continuous Tense
Language Functions:To offer assistance
To express gratitude
To give and receive
compliments
Vocabulary:Glue / collage , shop house
,continent / coat , gloves,
gown , jumper/ crockery /
countries /
Homophones :
be - bee
in - inn
mail - male
waste- waist

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WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

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

WEEK 24

World of Self
Family and
Friends

Remarkable
Achievers

1. listen
to and correctly sequence
simple instruction to complete a task
2. talk about activities to celebrate world
events
3. Ask for and give simple instructions to
complete a task.
4. Use the future continuous tense in
statements and questions.
5.
Read
dialogues
and
answer
comprehension questions.
6. Widen their vocabulary and use the
new words correctly in sentences.
7. Revise homophones and use them
correctly in sentences.
8. Write composition on special days by
answering questions.
9. read fables and talk about feelings
10. Understand and write newspaper
reports.

LEVEL
1

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.7.2 Listen to stories, fables and legends and give details
2.1.4 Ask questions with correct intonation.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contains diphthongs.
2.2.4 Responding to such questions
2.3.1 Name or identify things, person, buildings , ect.
2.7.4 Talk about the values explore in the stories.
2.8.1 State whether one likes or does not like the story and
give reasons.
2.9.5 To show concern.
3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each
topic taught.
3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases
to pictures.
3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions & completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in texts observing correct
stress and intonation.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.3 Read and distinguish homophones.
4.2.2 Complete the text with missing words without
guidance.
4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on words and phrases given
& on picture stimulus.
4.6.1 Write simple guided description.
4.7.1 Write simple direction and messages with guidance.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with little or no
guidance.

Grammar/ Language
Functions/ Vocabulary
Grammar: Positive questions
and responses
Future Continuous
Tense
Language Functions:To offer assistance
To express
gratitude
To give and receive
compliments
Vocabulary:Glue / collage , shop
house ,continent /
coat , gloves, gown ,
jumper/ crockery /
countries /
Homophones :
be - bee
in - inn
mail - male
waste- waist

RESOURCE
Textbook
Page: 117130
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

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

WEEK 25

World of Self
Family and
Friends
World of
Knowledge

Remarkable
Achievers

1. Listen to description and identify


facts and details.
2. Describe countries as holiday
destinations.
3. Practice dialogues on making
holiday preparations.
4. Read and understand non-linear
texts.
5. Read and answer comprehension
questions.
6. Use new vocabulary related to
numbers, people, currency, transport
and objects.
7. Write rhyming couplets using given
words.
8. Describe holidays plans based on
itinerary found in travel brochures.
9. revise homographs and use them
correctly in sentences
10. categories types of transport into
groups.

LEVEL
1

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the
country.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements and
give the information required.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages, announcements, news,
reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.1.2 Pronounce 3 and 4 syllable words correctly.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2. Ask question to seek information and clarification.
2.2.3 Ask questions with question tags.
2.3.2 To refute statements.
2.4.1 To make a telephone call for a purpose.
2.4.2 To receive a call by understanding what is said and
give the relevant information.
2.5.1 To take and give short messages to friends and family
members.
3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions or completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.8 Build new words from a given word.
4.2.2 Complete the given text with missing word.
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by matching
sentences halves and expending on words given.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with guidance.
4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.

Grammar/ Language
Functions/ Vocabulary
Grammar: Pronouns
Interrogative
pronouns (What , Who,
When, Where , How)
Wh questions and
responses
Subject verb
agreement
Language Functions:To seek for
assistance
To offer assistance
To seek for and
make suggestions
Vocabulary:Lighthouse , rest house ,
clubhouse / anniversary /
bow, clogs / envelope , fax
machine, facsimile , paper
clips , typewriter, / country,
people, currency, dollar ,
pound sterling /
Homograph:
Bow , live , present , wind

RESOURCE
Textbook
Page: 117130
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

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

WEEK 26

World of Self
Family and Friends
World of
Knowledge

Growing Pains

1. Listen to description and identify


facts and details.
2. Describe countries as holiday
destinations.
3. Practise dialogues on making
holiday preparations.
4. Read and understand non-linear
texts.
5. Read and answer comprehension
questions.
6. Use new vocabulary related to
numbers,
people,
currency,
transport and objects.
7. Write rhyming couplets using
given words.
8. Describe holidays plans based on
itinerary found in travel brochures.
9. Revise homographs and use
them correctly in sentences
10. Categories types of transport
into groups.

LEVEL
1

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in
the country.
1.5.1 Listen to simple messages and announcements
and give the information required.
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages, announcements, news,
reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk about
the moral of the story.
2.6.6 Tell simple stories
2.7.2 Talk about the places in story.
2.9.5 To show concern
3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions or completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.8 Build new words from a given word.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.4.1 Write simple guided letter to friends and family
members.
4.4.2 Write simple letters to pen-pals (less guidance)
4.7.2 Write simple directions and messages with little or
no guidance.
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with guidance.
4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.
4.10.1 use capital, comma, full stop, apostrophe and
exclamation marks when writing

Grammar/ Language
Functions/ Vocabulary
Grammar: Pronouns
Interrogative
pronouns (What , Who,
When, Where , How)
Wo questions and
responses
Subject verb
agreement
Language Functions:To seek for
assistance
To offer assistance
To seek for and make
suggestions
Vocabulary:Lighthouse , rest house ,
clubhouse / anniversary /
bow, clogs / envelope , fax
machine, facsimile , paper
clips , typewriter, / country,
people, currency, dollar ,
pound sterling /
Homograph:
Bow , live , present , wind

RESOURCE
Textbook
Page: 131144
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of the week, pupils


should be able to:
WEEK 27

World of Self
Family and
Friends
World of
Knowledge
Growing Pains

1. Listen to description and identify


facts and details.
2. Describe countries as holiday
destinations.
3. Practice dialoques on making
holiday preparations.
4. Read and understand non-linear
texts.
5. Read and answer comprehension
questions.
6. Use new vocabulary related to
numbers,
people,
currency,
transport and objects.
7. Write rhyming couplets using
given words.
8. Describe holidays plans based on
itinerary found in travel brochures.
9. revise homographs and use them
correctly in sentences
10. Categories types of transport
into groups.

LEVEL

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in
the country.
2.4.1 To make a telephone call for a purpose.
2.4.2 To receive a call by understanding what is said and
give the relevant information.
2.5.1 To take and give short messages to friends and
family members.
2.6.6 Tell simple stories
2.7.2 Talk about the places in story.
2.9.5 To show concern
3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions or completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the
context.
3.6.8 Build new words from a given word.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect relationship.
3.9.5 Read and predict outcomes.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.2.2 Complete the given text with missing word.
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by matching
sentences halves and expending on words given.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.4.1 Write simple guided letter to friends and family
members.

Grammar/ Language
Functions/ Vocabulary
Grammar: Pronouns
Interrogative
pronouns (What , Who,
When, Where , How)
Wh questions and
responses
Subject verb
agreement
Language Functions:To seek for
assistance
To offer assistance
To seek for and make
suggestions
Vocabulary:Lighthouse , rest house ,
clubhouse / anniversary /
bow, clogs / envelope , fax
machine, facsimile , paper
clips , typewriter, / country,
people, currency, dollar ,
pound sterling /
Homograph:
Bow , live , present , wind

RESOURCE

Textbook
Page: 131144
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

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

WEEK 28

World of Self
Family and
Friends
A Day to
Remember

1. listen to dialogues and trace


routes
2. Sequence procedures when
checking in, at airports..
3. Use telephones to make
arrangements.
4. Use modals and prepositions
correctly in sentences.
5. Read a letter and answer
comprehension questions.
6. Identify words of similar and
opposite in meaning.
7. Write diaries describing holiday
activities.
8. Use new vocabulary items
related to buildings and places.
9. Revise adjectives of comparison.
10. Match signs with correct
messages.

LEVEL
1

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contains silent
letters
1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and
expressions
1.5.3 Listen to simple messages, announcements,
news, reports, recounts and talk about them.
1.7.5 Listen to stories, fables and legends and talk
about the moral of the story.
2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the silent letters.
2.1.2 Pronounce 3 and 4 syllable words correctly.
2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information
2.2.2. Ask questions with question tags.
2.3.2 To refute statements.
2.5.1 To take and give short messages to friends and
family members.
2.6.6 Tell simple stories
2.7.2 Talk about the places in story.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.4.1 Write simple guided letter to friends and family
members.
4.4.2 Write simple letters to pen-pals (less guidance)
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with guidance.
4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.
4.10.1 use capital, comma, full stop, apostrophe and
exclamation marks when writing

Grammar/ Language Functions/


Vocabulary
Grammar: Adjectives
( Adjectives of
comparison)
Modals and others
Articles
Pronouns
Preposition
Conjunction
Adverbs
Language Functions:To seek for assistance
To offer assistance
Making and receiving
telephone calls
Expressing gratitude
Vocabulary:Young , lamb / office / hanger ,
terminal , tunnel / ribbon / fruits ,
lime

RESOURCE

Textbook
Page: 145154
Teaching
courseware

WEEK / THEME /
TOPIC

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

WEEK 29

World of Self
Family and Friends

A Day to Remember

1. listen to dialogues and trace


routes
2. Sequence procedures when
checking in, at airports...
3. Use telephones to make
arrangements.
4. Use modals and prepositions
correctly in sentences.
5. Read a letter and answer
comprehension questions.
6. Identify words of similar and
opposite in meaning.
7. Write diaries describing holiday
activities.
8. Use new vocabulary items
related to buildings and places.
9. Revise adjectives of comparison.
10. Match signs with correct
messages.

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

LEVEL
1

SKILL SPECIFICATIONS
2.6.6 Tell simple stories
2.7.2 Talk about the places in story.
2.9.5 To show concern
3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs by
answering comprehension questions or completing info
transfer diagrams.
3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at
the context.
3.6.6 To use words to show comparison.
3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect
relationship.
3.9.5 Read and predict outcomes.
3.10.1 Read and tell what one has learnt from the story.
4.3.1 Form simple sentences and questions by
matching sentences halves and expending on words
given.
4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound
sentences based on words and phrases given & on
picture stimulus.
4.4.1 Write simple guided letter to friends and family
members.
4.4.2 Write simple letters to pen-pals (less guidance)
4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with guidance.
4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.
4.10.1 use capital, comma, full stop, apostrophe and
exclamation marks when writing

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Grammar/ Language Functions/


Vocabulary
Grammar: Adjectives
( Adjectives of
comparison)
Modals and others
Articles
Pronouns
Preposition
Conjunction
Adverbs
Language Functions:To seek for assistance
To offer assistance
Making and receiving
telephone calls
Expressing gratitude
Vocabulary:Young , lamb / office / hanger ,
terminal , tunnel / ribbon / fruits ,
lime

ACTIVITIES

RESOURCE
Textbook
Page: 145154
Teaching
courseware

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

1.

WEEK 30
UPSR
Preparations

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

read and answer grammar questions


Complete text completion texts.
Answer comprehension guest ions.
Write sentences for given pictures.
Transfer information and write reasons for choosing
something.
Expend notes to write paragraphs.

2.
3.
4.
5.

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

Activities
1.

WEEK 31
UPSR
Preparations

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

read and answer grammar questions


Complete text completion texts.
Answer comprehension guest ions.
Write sentences for given pictures.
Transfer information and write reasons for choosing
something.
Expend notes to write paragraphs.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Answer sample test papers and discuss answers with


teacher.
Write answers and check answers.
Give reasons for giving a certain choice of answer(s)
Discuss difficult topics ( grammar / writing )
Do personal / group revision

2.
3.
4.
5.

Answer sample test papers and discuss answers with


teacher.
Write answers and check answers.
Give reasons for giving a certain choice of answer(s)
Discuss difficult topics ( grammar / writing )
Do personal / group revision

Activities

WEEK 32

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

WEEK 33

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC


WEEK 34

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

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.
LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

UPSR
EXAMINATION
LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

SMERP/PROTIM
AKTIVITI SELEPAS UPSR

LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

WEEK 35

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC


WEEK 36

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

SMERP/PROTIM
AKTIVITI SELEPAS UPSR
LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

SMERP/PROTIM
AKTIVITI SELEPAS UPSR
LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

WEEK 37

SMERP/PROTIM
AKTIVITI SELEPAS UPSR

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

WEEK 38

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

SMERP/PROTIM
AKTIVITI SELEPAS UPSR
LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

WEEK 39

SMERP/PROTIM
JASAMU DIKENANG
WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

WEEK 40

LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

SMERP/PROTIM
JASAMU DIKENANG

WEEK / THEME / TOPIC

WEEK 41

LEARNING OUTCOMES

& ACTIVITIES

PEPERIKSAAN
AKHIR TAHUN

CUTI
AKHIR TAHUN