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KSSR Year 5 SJK 2015

English Yearly Scheme of Work


WEEK
Week 1
5-9 JAN
2015

THEME/UNIT
WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
Unit 1:
Family First

LISTENING &
SPEAKING
1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on

READING

WRITING

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs

2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

LANGUAGE
ARTS
4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

GRAMMAR

NOTES

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns

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5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly

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topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 2

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
Unit 1:
Family First

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

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their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

Able to read for


information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 3

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 2:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5

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1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 4

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 2:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate

Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past

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in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

texts

with guidance

continuous tense

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 5

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 3:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns

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words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

1.1.1

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
WORLD OF

5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

Week 6

correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1

3.1.1

4.1.1

5.1.1

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FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 3:

Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.
1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate

Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

Able to enjoy jazz


chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

Able to use nouns


correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

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understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 7

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 4:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

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5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 8

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 4:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between

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follow, and give


directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

words by
applying spelling
rules.

(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 9

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 5:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative

3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although

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(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

(c) giving main


ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 5:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

Week
10

(b) since

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:

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1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

(a) linear texts


(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week 11
Week
12

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

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FRIENDS
WORLD OF
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1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable

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WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 6:

1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.
1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details

words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency
5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
13

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SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 6:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8

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guidance.

Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
14

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 7:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives

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1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
15

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 7:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions

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follow and give


instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
16

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 8:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:

correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

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(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

Able to read and


demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 8:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

Week
17

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:

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with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

(b) paragraphs
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
WORLD OF
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FRIENDS

5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

Week
18

(a) interrogative

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and

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pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.
1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:

by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency
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ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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WORLD OF
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WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 9:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5

Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use

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topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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WORLD OF
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WORLD OF
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1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
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places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

rules.
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
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WORLD OF
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WORLD OF
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1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative

4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

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appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
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5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

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1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
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Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

Able to use verbs


correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
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WORLD OF
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1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns

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Unit11:

1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.
1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving

to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency
5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences

supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
26

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FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 12:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal

correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

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situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
27

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 12:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use

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1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
28

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SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 13:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use

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Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
29

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 13:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily

prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

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conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 14:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

Week
30

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and

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and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

1.1.1
Able to speak

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

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appropriately:
(a) interrogative

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply

3.1.1
Able to write in

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz

5.1.1
Able to use nouns

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with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.
1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of

word attack skills


by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

neat legible print


with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

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oral texts by:


a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
32

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FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 15:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7

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1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
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SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 15:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near

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directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

applying spelling
rules.

(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 16:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative

3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although

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(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

(c) giving main


ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 16:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

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(b) since

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:

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1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

(a) linear texts


(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
36

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SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.

WORLD OF
STORIES

1.1.2
Able to listen to

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns

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and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.
1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting

word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

sing songs, recite


jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency
5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

Week
37

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 17:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly

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1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency
5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

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WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 18:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives

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1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
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WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 18:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions

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follow and give


instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
41

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 19:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:

correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

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(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

Able to read and


demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 19:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

Week
42

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:

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with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

(b) paragraphs
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.

rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

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(a) interrogative

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and

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pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.
1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:

by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency
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ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 20:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.
1.2.5

Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use

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topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

articles correctly
and appropriately.
5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
45

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 21:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
(c) volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show
appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
(c) giving main
ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
(c) messages
3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
(c) values
with guidance
4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media
with guidance
4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative
5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense
5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since
5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
(c) between
(d) near
(e) over

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places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

rules.
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative

3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
Week
46

WORLD OF
SELF, FAMILY &
FRIENDS
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
WORLD OF
STORIES
Unit 21:

1.1.1
Able to speak
with correct
pronunciation,
stress and
intonation.
1.1.2
Able to listen to
and respond to a
given stimulus by
using appropriate
words, phrases
and expressions
with guidance.
1.1.3
Able to speak on
related topics with
guidance.
1.2.1
Able to participate
in daily
conversations:
(a) make
suggestions
(b) respond to
suggestions
volunteer to
complete a task
(d) show

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

2.2.1
Able to apply
word attack skills
by:
(a) using
contextual clues
to get meaning of
words:
(i) before the
word (anaphoric)
(ii) after the word
(cataphoric)
(b) identifying
idioms
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting
giving main

3.1.1
Able to write in
neat legible print
with correct
spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.1.2
Able to write in
neat cursive
writing with
correct spelling:
(a) sentences
(b) paragraphs
3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to
complete:
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear
texts
3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance:
(a) labels
(b) notices
messages

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz
chants, poems
and songs
through nonverbal response
4.1.2
Able to listen to,
sing songs, recite
jazz chants and
poems with
correct stress,
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation

5.1.1
Able to use nouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) countable
nouns
(b) uncountable
nouns
5.1.2
Able to use
pronouns
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) interrogative

4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters
(b) place and time
values
with guidance

5.1.3
Able to use verbs
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) present
continuous tense
(b) past
continuous tense

4.3.1
Able to plan,
produce and
display creative
works based on
literary texts using
a variety of media

5.1.4
Able to use
conjunctions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) although
(b) since

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appreciation
1.2.2
Able to listen,
follow and give
instructions.
1.2.3
Able to listen to,
follow, and give
directions to
places around
their
town.
1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversations
with peers.

ideas and
supporting details
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply
dictionary skills
(a) locate words
(b) meaning of
base word
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

3.2.3
Able to
punctuate
correctly:
(a) speech
markers
3.2.4
Able to spell
words by
applying spelling
rules.
3.3.1
Able to create
texts using a
variety of media
with guidance:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear

4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based
on literary works

5.1.5
Able to use
prepositions
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) beside
(b) next to
between
(d) near
(e) over
5.1.6
Able to use
adjectives
correctly and
appropriately:
(a) comparative
(b) superlative
5.1.7
Able to use
articles correctly
and appropriately.

1.2.5
Able to talk on
topics of interest
in formal
situations with
guidance.

5.1.8
Able to use
adverbs correctly
and appropriately:
(a) place
(b) frequency

1.3.1
Able to listen to
and demonstrate
understanding of
oral texts by:
a) giving main
ideas
b) giving
supporting details
c) sequencing
d) predicting
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with guidance

5.2.1
Able to construct
imperative
sentences
correctly.

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