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KSSR Year 4 SJK (C) 2014

English Yearly SOW


WEEK
THEME/
LISTENING &
READING
WRITING
LANGUAGE ARTS
GRAMMAR
NOTES
UNIT
SPEAKING

1.
1.1.1
2.2.2
3.1.1
4.1.1
5.1.1
TEXTBOOK

Able to speak with


Able to read and
Able to write in neat
Able to enjoy jazz
Able to use
PAGE 1- 8

Love
correct stress
understand phrases
legible print with
chants, poems and
nouns

and sentences
correct spelling
songs through noncorrectly and

Yourself

from :
(b) sentences
verbal response
appropriately

2 10

WORLD OF

1.1.3
(a)
linear texts
:
JAN

Able to listen to
(b)
non-linear texts
(a) singular
2014

SELF,
and recite poems,
3.1.2
4.1.2
nouns

FAMILY

tongue twister and


Able to write in neat
Able to sing songs
(b) plural

AND

sing songs, paying


cursive writing with
and recite jazz
nouns

FRIENDS

attention to
2.3.1
correct spelling
chants and poems

pronunciation,
Able to read for
(a) words
with correct stress,

rhythm and
information and
pronunciation,

intonation

enjoyment with
rhythm and

guidance :
3.2.4
intonation

(b)
non-fiction
Able to spell words by

1.1.4
applying spelling rules

Able to talk about

4.3.1

related topics with

Able to plan,

guidance
3.3.1
produce and display

Able to create simple


creative works

texts using a variety of


based on literacy

1.2.4
media with guidance :
texts using a variety

Able to participate
(a) non-linear
of media with

in guided
(b) linear
guidance

conversation with

peers

2.
Time Is
Precious
13-24

JAN

WORLD OF 2014
KNOWLEDGE

(a) phrases
verbal response
appropriately
(a)
linear texts
(b) sentences
:
REVIEW 1
1.1.4
2.2.2
3.1.1
4.1.1
5.1.3
TEXTBOOK
Able to talk about
Able to read and
Able to write in neat
Able to enjoy jazz
Able to use
PAGE 9- 17
related topics with
understand phrases
legible print with
chants, poems and
verbs
guidance
and sentences
correct spelling
songs through noncorrectly and
from :

1.2.4
(b)
non-linear texts
(a)
but
Able to participate

4.1.2
(b)
and
in guided
3.1.2
Able to sing songs

conversation with
2.2.3
Able to write in neat

and recite jazz


guidance
Able to create simple
peers
Able to read and
cursive writing with
chants and poems
texts using a variety of
demonstrate
correct spelling
with correct stress,

media with guidance :


understanding of
(a) words
pronunciation,

texts by :
rhythm and

(b) predicting with


3.3.1
intonation

(b) linear

3.1.1
appropriately
1.1.1
Able to write in neat
5.1.3
Able to speak with
legible print with
Able to use
correct stress
correct spelling
verbs
((b) sentences
correctly and
1.1.1
2.2.2
JAN
3.1.1
4.1.1
7 FEB 5.1.2
TEXTBOOK
2014
Able to
speak with
3.
Able to read
and
Love
Able to write
in neat
Others Able to
enjoy jazz
WORL Able to use
D OF
PAGE 18-25
correct
SELF, stress
FAMIL understand
Y
phrases
AND
legible print
FRIEN with
DS
chants,

(a)
but
(b)
and
poems and
pronouns
and sentences
correct spelling
songs through noncorrectly and
from :
(b) sentences
verbal response
appropriately
1.1.4
(a)
linear texts
:
Able to talk about

peers

(a)
related
topics
with
3.1.2
4.1.2
posses
sive
guidan
ce
2.2.3
Able to
write in
neat
Able to
sing
songs

Able to
read
and
cursive
writing
with
and
recite
jazz

demonstrate
correct
spelling
chants and
poems
1.2.4
understandi
ng of
(a) words
with correct
stress,
Able to
participate
texts by :
pronunciatio
n,
in guided
(a)
sequencing

Able to transfer

2.2.4
information with

Able to apply
guidance to complete :
4.2.1

dictionary skills :
(b) non- linear texts
Able to respond to

(a)
entry

rhythm and
literacy texts :
conversation
with
(b)
exit
3.2.1
intonation

( c) values

3.2.3

information
and
prepare and

Able to
punctu
ate

texts using a variety of


literacy works

enjoyment
with
media with guidance :
participate in
a

2.3.1
correct
ly :
4.3.2

Able to
read
for
(a)
apostr
ophe
Able to
plan,

guidance.
3.3.1
performance
with

(a) non-linear

(b)nonfiction
Able to
create
simple
guidance
based on
FEB

10- 21

Our Town

4
2014

WORLD OF

KNOWLEDGE

from :
intonation

literacy texts :
prepositions

(a) linear texts


3.1.1
2.3.1

REVIEW 2
1.1.3
2.2.2
Able to listen to
Able to read and
and recite poems,
understand phrases
tongue twister and
and sentences
sing songs, paying
from :
attention to
(a)
linear texts
pronunciation,
(b)
non-linear texts
rhythm and

Able to read for


1.2.3
information and
Able to listen to,
enjoyment with
follow and give
guidance :
directions around
(a)
fiction
the neighbourhood
(b)
non-fiction

Able to write in neat


legible print with correct
spelling

(a) phrases

(a)
characters
correctly and
(b)
place and time
appropriately

:
3.1.2
Able to write in neat
cursive writing with
correct spelling
(a) words

(a) in front of

(b) behind

3.2.1
Able to transfer
information with
guidance to complete :
1.2.2
2.2.2
Able to listen to,
Able to read and
follow and give
understand phrases
instructions
and sentences

(a) linear texts


4.2.1
5.1.5
TEXTBOOK
Able to respond to
Able to use
PAGE 26-34

4.3.2
(c) at
Able to plan,
(d) above
prepare and
(e) below
participate in a
performance with
guidance based on

literacy works
24 FEB

Our Heroes
4

exit
Able to listen to
and recite poems,
tongue twister and
sing songs, paying
attention to
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation

(a) but
2.3.1
Able to read for
information and
enjoyment with
guidance :

3.1.2
4.1.2
Able to write in neat
Able to sing songs

(b) non-fiction
1.1.4

MAC

2014
WORLD OF

KNOWLEDGE

Able to talk about


related topics with
guidance
2.2.2
Able to read and
understand
phrases and
sentences from :
linear texts

correct spelling
chants and poems
(a) words
with correct stress,

pronunciation,

non-linear texts

rhythm and

2.2.4

(b) sentences
verbal response
appropriately

Able to apply
dictionary skills :
entry

1.1.3

cursive writing with


and recite jazz

correct spelling
songs through noncorrectly and

1.1.1
Able to speak with
correct stress

3.1.1
4.1.1
5.1.4
TEXTBOOK
Able to write in neat
Able to enjoy jazz
Able to use
PAGE 35-42
legible print with
chants, poems and
conjunctions

3.2.1
intonation
:

Able to transfer

literacy texts :

of
(a) compound

information with

(a) characters

media with guidance :


sentences

3.2.2
guidance to
complete :
4.2.1

(b) linear
3.3.1
Able to write with

(a) linear texts


Able to respond to

Able to create simple


guidance :

(b)non-linear texts
and
17
Able to write in neat
MAC

11
APRIL
2014

6
1.1.2
2.2.2
3.1.2
Able
to
listen
and
Able
to
read

Tell Me A
enjoy stories
understand phrases
cursive writing with

texts using a variety


linear texts
guidance
STORIES
1.1.4
(b)
non-linear texts

Story
and sentences
correct spelling

from :
(a) words

Able to transfer

2.2.3
information with
Able to talk about
Able to read and
guidance to
complete :
related topics with

WORLD OF
3.2.1
(a)

demonstrate
(a) linear texts

by :
1.3.1
under
standi
ng of

guidance :
from :
sentences

Able to write with


(a) fiction
(b) sequencing

Able
to
listen
to
texts
by :

(a)
linear texts

guidance :
(b) non-fiction
(c) predicting with
REVIEW 3
(a) compound

and
demo
nstrat
e
(b)
predic
ting
with

guidance
2.3.1
sentences

under
standi
ng of
guida
nce
3.2.2

information and

2.2.2
3.2.2

Able to read and


Able to write with

Able to read for

understand phrases
guidance :

:
enjoyment with
and sentences
(a) compound

oral
texts

4.1.1
5.1.4
Able to enjoy
jazz
Able to use
chants, poems
and
conjunctions
songs through
noncorrectly and
verbal response
appropriately

(b) because
4.1.2
Able to sing

songs

stress,

Able to respond to literacy texts :

and
recite
jazz

pronunciation,

characters
place and time
values

chant
s and
poem
s

intonation

rhythm and

:
(a) but
(b) because
TEXTBOOK
PAGE 43-51

5.1.4
with
correc
t

4.2.1

14

7
1.1.1
2.2.2
3.1.1
4.1.1

REMARK:

Able to use conjunctions correctly and CUTI PENGGAL 1


(22-30 MAC 2014)
appropriately
legible print with
chants, poems and
2 MAY

APRIL

Able to speak with


Able to read and
Able to write in neat
Able to enjoy jazz

and sentences
correct spelling
songs through non2014

Be Safe
correct stress
understand phrases
WORLD OF

from :
(b) sentences
verbal response

Able to listen to

and recite poems,


KNOWLEDGE

(a)
linear texts

3.1.2
4.1.2

tongue twister and


Able to write in neat
Able to sing songs

sing songs, paying


2.2.3
cursive writing with
and recite jazz
1.1.3
(b)
non-linear texts

attention to
Able to read and
correct spelling
chants and poems

pronunciation,
demonstrate
(a) words
with correct stress,

guidance
Able to write with

1.1.4
rhythm and
understanding of
guidance :
pronunciation,

intonation
texts by :

Able to talk about

rhythm and
(a) questions
4.2.1
(a)
sequencing

related topics with

intonation
Able to respond to
(b) predicting with
3.2.2

guidance
2.3.1
literacy texts :

Able to read for


(a)
characters

(b) linear
4.3.2

information and
3.3.1
(c)
values
Able to plan,

enjoyment with
Able to create simple
prepare and

guidance :
texts using a variety of
participate in a

(b) non-fiction
media with guidance :
performance with

5.1.4
TEXTBOOK
Able to use
PAGE 52-59
conjunctions

guidance based on

correctly and
appropriately
literacy works
:
(c) so

from :
8
1.1.4
2.2.2
5 23

Able to talk about


Able to read and

Spend
guidance
and sentences
2014

(a)
linear texts

Save,
related topics with
understand phrases
Wisely
MAY

(b)
non-linear texts

Able to transfer information with guidance to complete


:
(a) linear texts

WORLD OF

guidance :
3.2.2
Able to write with guidance :

KNOWLEDGE

(b) non-fiction
(b) question

1.2.4

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

3.1.1

Able to participate
2.3.1

in guided
Able to read for

conversation with
information and

peers
enjoyment with

3.1.2

4.2.1
5.2.1
TEXTBOOK
Able to respond to
Able to
PAGE 60-69
literacy texts :
construct

Able to write in neat


cursive writing with
correct spelling.

(a)
characters
interrogative

(b)phrases (c)numerals
in word form

(b)
place and time
sentences

3.2.1

(c)
values

Able to write in neat


legible print with correct
spelling

(c) numerals in word


form

correctly.
Able to plan, prepare and participate in a performance
with guidance based on literacy works
4.3.2
26
MAY

27
JUNE
2014

9
1.1.2
2.2.1
3.1.2
Able
to
listen
and
Able
to
apply
word
Able
to
write
in
neat
Stori
es
enjoy
storie
s
attac
k
skills

by
cursive writing with
From Other
(b) non-linear texts
identifying :
correct spelling
Lands
(a) homographs
(b) phrases
WORLD OF
1.1.4
2.2.2
STORIES
Able to talk about
Able to read and
related topics with
understand phrases
3.2.1
guidance
and sentences
Able to transfer
from :
information with
(b) non-linear texts
guidance to complete :

guidance

1.3.1
3.3.1
Able to listen to
2.2.3
and demonstrate
Able to read and
understanding of
demonstrate
3.2.2

Able to create
simple
2.3.1
texts using a
variety of

oral texts by :
understanding of
Able to write with

Able to read for


media with
guidance :

(c) predicting with


texts by :
guidance :

information and
(b) linear

guidance
(a) sequencing
(b) question

enjoyment with

(b) predicting with

guidance :

(a)
fictio
n
4.2.1
5.2.1
Able
to
resp
30
JUNE
18
JULY
2014

ond to
Able to
literacy texts :
construct
(a)
characters
interrogative
(b)
place and time
sentences
(c)
values
correctly.
10

4.3.2
REMARK:
Able to plan, prepare and
participate in a performance with
guidance based on literacy works
TEXTBOOK
PAGE 70-77

CUTI
PERTENGAHAN
TAHUN
(28 MAY -15 JUNE
2014)

Lets
Celebrate
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE

REVIEW 4
1.1.3
2.2.2
3.1.1
4.2.1
5.1.7
TEXTBOOK
Able to listen to
Able to read and
Able to write in neat
Able to respond to
Able to use
PAGE 78-86
and recite poems,
understand phrases
legible print with
literacy texts :
articles

linear texts
tongu
e
twiste
r and
and
sente
nces
corre
ct
spelli
ng
(a)
chara
cters
corre
ctly
and
sing
song
s,
payin
g
from :
(b)
phras
es
(b)
place
and
time
appro
priate
ly
attent
ion to
(a)

(c)
values
:
pronunciati
on,

read for
correct spelling
Able to plan,

information and
(b) phrases
prepare and

(a) the

1.1.4
enjoyment with

rhythm and

participate in a

3.1.2
Able to talk about
guidance :
(b) zero
performance with
intonation
Able to
write in
neat

related topics with


(a) fiction
3.2.1
guidance based on

article (-)
2.3.1
cursive
writing with
4.3.2

guidance
(b) non-fiction
Able to transfer
literacy works

information with
Able to

linear texts

guida
nce
to
comp
lete :

(b) nonlinear texts

2.3.1
3.2.1
Able to read for
Able to transfer
information and
information with
enjoyment with
guidance to complete :
guidance :
(b) non-linear texts
(b) non-fiction

(a)
21

11
KNOWLEDGE

JULY

from :
(b) phrases
Able to listen to
(a) linear texts
and recite poems,

15

Amazing
AUG

Malaysia
2014

WORLD OF

1.1.1
2.2.2
3.1.1
Able to speak with
Able to read and
Able to write in neat
correct stress
understand phrases
legible print with
and sentences
correct spelling
1.1.3

tongue twister and


sing songs, paying
3.1.2
attention to
2.2.3
Able to write in neat
pronunciation,
Able to read and
cursive writing with
rhythm and
demonstrate

correct spelling
intonation
understanding of
(b) phrases

(b) non-fiction
Able to create simple
(c) decline an

:
(a) size

texts by :

texts using a variety of


invitation

1.1.4
(b) predicting with

media with guidance :


(d)express

(b) opinion
4.1.2

Able to talk about


guidance
3.2.1
related topics with

(b) linear
sympathy
Able to sing songs

Able to transfer
guidance
information with

and recite jazz


1.2.4

chants and poems

Able to participate in guided conversation with peers

guidance to
complete :
1.2.1
2.3.1
(b) non-linear texts
Able to participate
Able to read for
in daily
information and
conversations :
enjoyment with
(a) extend an
guidance :
3.3.1
invitation

with correct stress,


4.1.1
5.1.6
TEXTBOOK
Able to enjoy jazz
Able to use
PAGE 87-93
chants, poems and
adjectives

pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation

songs through noncorrectly and


verbal response
appropriately
4.2.1

18

12
AUG

Doing What
5 SEP

Is Right
2014

WORLD OF

Able to respond to literacy texts :


Able to write in neat
Able to respond to
Able to use
PAGE 94-101
enjoy stories
attack skills by
legible print with
literacy texts :
adverbs
identifying :
correct spelling
(a)
characters
correctly and
(b) homophones
(b) phrases
(b)
place and time
appropriately

KNOWLEDGE

1.1.2
2.2.1
3.1.1
4.2.1
5.1.8
TEXTBOOK
Able to listen and
Able to apply word

(c)
values
:
1.1.3

(b) place and time

(a) manner
Able to listen to
2.2.2
3.1.2

rhythm and
(b)
non-linear texts
performance with

and recite poems,


Able to read and
Able to write in neat

intonation
3.2.1
guidance based on

tongue twister and


understand phrases
cursive writing with
4.3.2

Able to transfer
literacy works

sing songs, paying


and sentences
correct spelling
Able to plan,
information with
attention to
from :
(b) phrases
prepare and
2.2.3
guidance to complete :
pronunciation,
(a)
linear texts
participate in a

Able to read and


(a) linear texts

2.3.1
3.3.1
demonstrate

Able to read for


Able to create simple
understanding of

information and
texts using a variety of
texts by :
3.2.4

enjoyment with
media with guidance :
(a) sequencing
Able to spell words by

guidance :
(b) linear
applying spelling
rules

(a) fiction

8 SEP

from :
(b) phrases

(a) linear texts

Able to read for


(a) linear texts

3 OKT

2014

13
Our
Coun
try,
Our
Pride
WORL
D OF
KNOW
LEDGE

from :

(b) non-linear texts

information and
3.1.1

REVIEW 5

2.2.3
1.2.4

1.1.4
2.2.2
3.1.2
Able to talk
about
Able to
read and
Able to
write in
neat
related
topics with
understand
phrases
cursive
writing with
guidance
and
sentences
correct
spelling

enjoyment with
Able to write in neat
Able to read and

Able to participate
2.2.4
3.3.1
in guided
Able to apply
Able to create simple
conversation with
dictionary skills
texts using a variety of
peers
(a) entry
media with guidance :

guidance :
legible print with
demonstrate
(b) non-fiction
correct spelling
understanding of
(b) phrases
texts by :
2.2.2
(a) sequencing
Able to read and

(b) exit
(a) non-linear
understand phrases

(b) predicting
with

and sentences

guidance

(b) linear
2.3.1

4.1.1
5.1.8
Able
to
enjoy
jazz
Able
to use
chant
s,
poem
s and

adverbs
songs
through
noncorrectly
and
verbal
response
appropriatel
y

4.1.2

intonation

Able to sing songs

4.2.1

and recite jazz

Able to respond to

chants and poems

literacy texts :

REMARK:

with correct stress,

(c) values

CUTI PENGGAL 2
(13-21 SEP 2014)

pronunciation,
:
rhythm and
(b) time

6 24

14

OKT

Our Earth,
2014

1.1.2
2.2.2
3.1.1
Able to listen and
Able to read and
Able to write in neat
enjoy stories
understand phrases
legible print with

TEXTBOOK PAGE 102-111


Able to write in neat
instructions
related topics with
guidance
information with
cursive writing with
guidance
guidance to complete :
correct spelling
2.2.3
(b) phrases

(a) linear texts


1.2.4
2.3.1

Able to read and


Our Home

and sentences
correct spelling:

Able to participate
Able to read for
demonstrate

from :
(a) phrases
WORLD OF

KNOWLEDGE

1.2.2
understanding of

(a) linear texts


1.1.4
(b) non-linear texts
3.1.2
Able to talk about

Able to listen to,


texts by :
3.2.1
follow and give
(b) predicting with
Able to transfer

in guided
information and
3.3.1
conversation with
enjoyment with
Able to create simple
peers
guidance :
texts using a variety of

(a) fiction
media with
guidance :
(b) non-fiction
(b) linear

Able to respond to literacy texts :


characters
place and time
values

4.3.2
4.2.1

27
OKT21
NOV
2014

15
What
s
The

Able to
speak with
Able to read
and
Able to write
in neat
correct
stress
understand
phrases
cursive
writing with

Wea
ther
Like

and
sentences
correct
spelling

WORL
D OF
KNO
WLED
GE

from :
(b) phrases
1.1.4
(a) linear
texts

1.1.1
2.2.2
3.1.2

Able to talk
about

Able to plan, prepare and participate in a performance with guidance


based on literacy works
(b) non-linear texts

(a) but
5.1.4
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Able to use
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correctly and

(b) because
(c) so

appropriately
:
conversation with
(a) sequencing

related topics with

(a) non-linear
dictionary skills :

peers
(b) predicting with
guidance
3.2.2

(a) entry
guidance
(b) exit

Able to write with


3.3.1
2.2.3
guidance :
Able to read and
(a) compound
1.2.4
demonstrate
sentences
Able to participate
understanding of
(b) question
in guided
texts by :

Able to create
simple
texts using a variety
of

4.1.1
Able to enjoy jazz chants, poems
and songs through non-verbal
response

2.2.4
media with
guidance :

4.1.2

Able to apply

Able to sing songs and recite jazz

chant
s and
poe
ms
with
corre
ct

stress,
pronunciatio
n, rhythm
and
intonation

5.2.1

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Able to
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130
interrogative

sentences

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correctly.

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