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SMK TAMAN TUNKU, MIRI / ENGLISH DEPARTMENT


SCHEME OF WORK FOR FORM 5 ENGLISH 2016
No. of
weeks

Theme

Topic

Learning
Outcomes

SEMESTER 1

W1
4/1 8/1
W2
11/1-15/1
W3
18/1-22/1

Specifications

Values

Language
Content

Pedagogical
Strategies

Writing

MI
CX
Cc
CCTS
LL
FS
ML

Summary
(narrative)
Factual
Description
Summary
(factual)

i-THINK

Housekeeping / Introduction to Form 5 Syllabus/


Briefing on ULBS 3rd Assessment (Model 3/4)
People

1. Reach For the


Stars
(Chapter 1)
(pg 1)

1.0 Language For Interpersonal


Purposes
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by

MBMMBI
Topic 1
Engage Me!

b. taking part in conversations and


discussions

Topic 2
Are You a Swot?

1.2 Taking part in social interaction


by

Topic 5Musicals

a. carrying out a variety of


language functions

Topic 9Crossing the


Channel

2.0 Language For Informational


Purposes

Topic 14Famous Sports


People
Topic 17Solving Homework
Difficulties

Level 1
iv. Asking questions politely and
responding politely to questions
asked
Level 2.
v. Participating in a conversation :
- explaining ones view
- accepting the views of others
- defending ones point of view with
reasons

A. Processing texts listened to by:


2.2 Process information by
b. extracting main ideas and details
e. predicting outcomes
h. Using print and
electronic dictionaries

Level 1
i. Listening to and recalling
important
details of the text
iii Answering a variety of questions
to demonstrate understanding of
the text heard
Level 2
vi. predicting outcomes
B. Processing texts read by :
Level 1
iii. Scanning for details
iv. Using the dictionary to find the
meanings of the words
Level 2
viii. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.

Diligence
Dedication
Endurance
Determination

Grammar:
Tenses, simple
present, simple
past, present
perfect

Circle
map
Bubble
map
Double
Bubble
map
Multiflow
map

Remarks

2
ix. Listing important details.
x. Acquiring meaning of words by
understanding contextual clues
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
2.3 Present information
to different audiences
a. writing descriptions, instructions,
recounts, explanations, messages,
letters, speeches, reports and
articles

Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines.

g. summarizing information

Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in a text

i. using appropriate format,


conventions and grammar when
presenting the information

Level 3
Writing descriptions on specific
areas

3.0 Language For Aesthetic


Purposes
Literature
Component:
Poem 3

3.1 Listen to, read and respond to


literary works by
a. understanding and telling in ones
own words the poem heard and
read and giving ones opinion of the
text
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting

W4
25/1-29/1
W5
1/2 5/2

Health

5. An Ounce of
Prevention
(Chapter 12)
(pg 179)
MBMMBI

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of words
by using the dictionary and /or
contextual clues

Friendship
Responsibility
Family Values
Honesty

Level 2
v. Narrating the sequence of events
vi. Describing characters and
writing a paragraph or two about
them

c. explaining the message the writer


is trying to convey and discussing
how this relates to one life
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs and
beliefs.
ULBS Assessment 3 will be carried out from January - February 2016
1.0 Language for Interpersonal
Cooperation
Purposes
Moderation
Accountability
1.1 Make friends and keep
Level 1
friendships by
ii. Relating personal experiences
iv. Asking questions politely and
d. exchanging ideas, information
responding politely to questions

Grammar:
Compound words
Using prepositions
of direction
Active and Passive

FS
MI
CX
LHTL
CCTS

Summary
(Factual)
Talk/Speec
h

Circle
map
Bubble
map
Tree
map
Flow

3
W6
8/2 12/2
*CNY
W7
15/2 19/2

Topic 3
The Blues

and opinions on topics of


interest.

Topic 10
Young girl creates
monster
Topic 13
Pass the chips,
please!
Topic 15
The naming of
cats
Topic 26
Search and
Rescue
Topic 27
Peanut Allergy
Precautions

asked.
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on articles read
or accounts heard.

Voice
Sound System:
/spr/ , /skr/

B. Processing texts read by


2.0 Language for Informational
Purpose
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas
b. extracting main ideas and details
d. getting the explicit and implicit
meaning of the text
j. making short notes and mapping
out ideas.
2.3 Present information to different
audiences by
a. writing descriptions, instructions,
recounts, explanations, messages,
letters, speeches, reports and
articles

Level 1
ii. skimming for the gist of the text.
iii. scanning for details
Level 2
viii. identifying main ideas in the text
read.
Level 3
xiii. making inferences

Level 1
ii. responding to questions and
comments orally and in writing
Level 2
v. summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vii. Writing a simple speech on a
particular topic.

c. responding to questions and


comments orally and in writing
e. expanding notes and outlines
g. summarizing
information
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar when
presenting the information
Literature
Component
Poem 3 (Wk 4)
Poem 4 (Wk 5-6)

1.0 Language for Aesthetic


purposes
Themes & Moral Values of the
Novel

Level 1
ii. finding out the meaning of words

Bravery
Concern

map
Multiflow
map

4
3.1 Listen to, read and respond to
literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story read
and giving ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting
c. explaining the message the writer
is trying to convey and discussing
how this relates to ones life

by using the dictionary and/ or


contextual clues
iii. retelling the story in ones own
words.

Loyalty
Diligence
Determination

Level 2
vii. discussing values explored in
the text.
Level 3
x. discussing the theme and
message of story
xi. giving ones opinion of the story.

d. understanding other peoples


cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs.
People
W8
22/2 - 26/2

4.Interesting
Careers
(Chapter 5)
(pg 65)

9-

Cooperation
Responsibility
Moderation

Grammar:
Logical connectors

Level 1
ii Relating personal experiences

Sequence
connectors

MBMMBI
Topic 11
Rumpelstilskin
(part 1)

iv Asking questions politely and


responding politely to questions
asked.

Conjunctions

Topic 12
Rumpelstilskin
(part 2)

Level 3.
viii. Giving opinions on accounts
heard

Topic 19
How to debate

Level1
iii. Persuading someone not to do
something

*Revision Week

Topic 20
The Necklace

Level 2.
v Participating in a conversation

Topic 21
The Cop and the
Anthem
Topic 32
A Die-Hard Fan
Topic 33
Wacky employee
perks
Topic 37
Workplace skills

Level 1
i. Listening to and understanding a
variety of texts

A)Process texts listened by

Sound System:
/a:/ and /^/
Vocabulary:
Word substituition

TS
MI
Cx
Cc
CCTS

Writing a
Letter of
application
& C.V.
Summary
(narrative)
Continuous
Writing

Circle
map
Bubble
map
Double
Bubble
map
Flow
map
Multiflow
map

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lacking in school
leavers

Level1
ii. Listening to and recalling
important details of the text
Level 2.
vii. Identifying different points of
view
B) Process texts read by
Level 1
iii. Scanning for details
Level 2.
viii. Identify main ideas
ix. Listing important details
.x. understanding contextual clues
Level 3.
xii. Identifying cause and effect
xiii. Making inferences
xv. Identify and discuss points of
view

Level 1
i Presenting information in the form
of tables, graphs and charts
Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vii. Writing a curriculum vitae and
cover letter

Literature
Component:
Poem 4

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of words
by using the dictionary and /or
contextual clues
iii. Retelling the story in ones own

Loyalty
Standing up for
what you
believe in
Responsibility
Diligence

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words
v. Narrating the sequence of
events
viii. Discussing values explored in
the text
Level 2.
ix Relating events, characters and
values to ones life
Level 3.
x. Discussing the theme and
message of stories and poems
xi. Giving ones opinion of the story
W9-10
29/2-4/3
7/3-11/3

Trial 1 Examination

14-18/3

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 1


People

*Corrections
Trial 1 SPM
W11
21/3 - 25/3
W12
28/3 1/4

4.Interesting
Careers
(Chapter 5)
(pg 65)
MBMMBI
Topic 11
Rumpelstilskin
(part 1)

1.0 Language For Interpersonal


Purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep friends
by
b. Taking part in conversations and
discussions

Topic 12
Rumpelstilskin
(part 2)
Topic 19
How to debate
Topic 20
The Necklace
Topic 21
The Cop and the
Anthem
Topic 32
A Die-Hard Fan

Cooperation
Responsibility
Moderation
Level 1
ii Relating personal experiences

Sequence
connectors

iv Asking questions politely and


responding politely to questions
asked.

Conjunctions

Level 3.
viii. Giving opinions on accounts
heard
1.2 Take part in social interaction by
a. Carrying out a variety of
language function
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems
and making decisions

Level1
iii. Persuading someone not to do
something
Level 2.
v Participating in a conversation

2.0 Language For


Informational Purposes
2.1 Obtain Information for different

Grammar:
Logical connectors

Level 1
i. Listening to and understanding a

Sound System:
/a:/ and /^/
Vocabulary:
Word substituition

TS
MI
Cx
Cc
CCTS

Writing a
Letter of
application
& C.V.
Summary
(narrative)
Continuous
Writing

Circle
map
Bubble
map
Double
Bubble
map
Flow
map
Multiflow
map

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Topic 33
Wacky employee
perks
Topic 37
Workplace skills
lacking in school
leavers

purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such as
talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia.
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and details
b extracting main ideas and details
g. identifying different points of view

variety of texts

A)Process texts listened by


Level1
ii. Listening to and recalling
important details of the text
Level 2.
vii. Identifying different points of
view
B) Process texts read by
Level 1
iii. Scanning for details
Level 2.
viii. Identify main ideas
ix. Listing important details
.x. understanding contextual clues
Level 3.
xii. Identifying cause and effect
xiii. Making inferences
xv. Identify and discuss points of
view

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. writing descriptions, instructions,
recounts, explanations, messages,
letters, speeches, reports and
articles
c. responding to questions and
comments orally and in writing
e. expanding notes and outlines

Level 1
i Presenting information in the form
of tables, graphs and charts
Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vii. Writing a curriculum vitae and
cover letter

g. summarizing information
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar when
presenting the information
Literature

3.0 Language For Aesthetic

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Component:
Novel

Purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond to
literary works by
a. understanding and telling in ones
own words the story read and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting
c. explaining the message the writer
is trying to convey and discussing
how this relates to ones life
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs and
beliefs

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of words
by using the dictionary and /or
contextual clues
iii. Retelling the story in ones own
words

Loyalty
Standing up for
what you
believe in
Responsibility
Diligence

v. Narrating the sequence of


events
viii. Discussing values explored in
the text
Level 2.
ix Relating events, characters and
values to ones life
Level 3.
x. Discussing the theme and
message of stories and poems
xi. Giving ones opinion of the story

W13
4/4-8/4

Science &
Technology

6. What a waste!
(Chapter 9)
(pg 131)

W14
11/4 15/4
* Cuti Umum
(Good Friday)

MBMMBI
Topic 7
Internet Addiction

W15
18/4 22/4

Topic 8
TaintDroid Devices
Topic 28Chimps shed light
on human
behaviour
Topic 29
Amazing animals
Topic 34 Adapting a comic
book into a
musical
Topic 38
News Jargon

1.0Language For Interpersonal


Purposes
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest

1.2 Take part in social interaction by


carrying out a variety of language
functions
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems
and making decisions

Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on articles read
or accounts heard
Level 2
v. Participating in a conversation :
- explaining ones view
- accepting the views of others
- defending ones point of view with
reasons

2.0Language For Informational


Purposes
2.2 Process information by

A. Processing texts listened to

Dedication
Determination
Rationality
Diligence

Grammar:
Sentence
structures:
Simple, compound
and complex
Sound system:
Diphthong
/i /
Vocabulary:
Suffix : - ician

MI
CX
Cc
CCTS
LL
FS
ML

Summary
(narrative)
Writing a
letter to the
newspaper
editor
(giving
opinions of
an issue)

Circle
map
Bubble
map
Double
Bubble
map

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a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas
b. extracting main ideas and details
h. using print and electronic
dictionaries

by :
Level 1
i. Listening to a text and recalling
what the text is about
B. Processing texts read by :
Level 1
iii. Scanning for details
iv. Using the dictionary to find the
meanings of the words
Level 2
viii. Identifying main ideas in the
text
read.
ix. Listing important details.
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences

2.3 Present information


to different audiences

Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines.

a. writing descriptions, instructions,


recounts, explanations,
messages, letters, speeches,
reports and articles

Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in a text

c. responding to questions and


comments orally and in writing

Level 3
v. Writing a formal letter.

e. expanding notes and outlines


g. summarizing information
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar when
presenting the information
Literature
Component:
Novel

3.0 Language For Aesthetic


Purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond to
literary works by
a. understanding and telling in ones
own words the story read and giving
ones opinion of the text

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of words
by using the dictionary and /or
contextual clues
Level 2
v. Narrating the sequence of events
vi. Describing characters and

Being helpful
Forgiveness
Thoughtfulness
Determination

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b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting

writing a paragraph or two about


them

c. explaining the message the writer


is trying to convey and discussing
how this relates to one life

W16
25/4-29/4
W17
2/5 7/5
W18
9/5 13/5

Environmen
t

2. Poisons in the
Air
(Chapter 3)
(pg 33)
MBMMBI
Topic 6
E-waste in the
World

*Revision Week
Topic 22
Why should I
care?
Topic 23Crisis in Japan
Topic 24Fastest car in the
world
Topic 25Print your own
lunch
Topic 39Formula 1 to go
Green

d. understanding other peoples


cultures, traditions, customs and
beliefs.
1.0 Language For Interpersonal
Purposes
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.
1.2. Take part in social interaction
by
a. Carrying out a variety of
language function
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems
and making decisions

Level 1
v. Listening to, repeating and
knowing the difference between
consonants
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on articles read
or accounts heard

Public
Spiritedness
Co-operation
Civicmindedness
Rationality

Grammar:
Nouns as adjectives
Passive voice
Sound:
Consonant
// and //

Vocabulary:
Suffix; _ ant

2.0 Language For


Informational
Purposes

Level 1
i. Asking about ones health
/physical state

2.2 Process information by


a. Skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas
e. Predicting outcomes
j. Making short notes and mapping
out ideas

Level 2
v. Participating in a conversation
- explaining ones views
- accepting the views of others
- defending ones point of view with
reasons.
A. Processing texts listened to
by
Level 1
iv. Taking notes of the text heard
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the text
heard
vi. predicting outcomes

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CCTS
MI
CX
CC
LL
FS
ML

Writing an
Article /
Fact sheet
Continuous
Writing
Summary
(narrative)

Circle
map
Bubble
map
Double
Bubble
map
Multiflow
map
Bridge
map

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Level 3
xii. Identifying cause and effect
B. Processing texts read by
Level 1
i. Stating the type of text being read
ii. Skimming for the gist of the text.
v. Highlighting keywords and
phrases in a text
Level 2
ix. Listing important details
x. Acquiring meaning of words by
understanding contextual clues
Level 3
xi. Predicting outcomes with
reasons
xiii. Making inferences
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by
a. writing descriptions, instructions,
recounts, explanations, messages,
letters, speeches, reports and
articles
c. responding to questions and
comments orally and in writing
e. expanding notes and outlines
g. summarizing information
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar when
presenting the information

Literature
Component:
Novel

Level 1
iii.Making notes and outlines
Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vi. Writing articles on specific areas

3.0 Language For Aesthetic


Purposes
Chapter 2
3.1 Listen to, read and respond to
literary works by
a. understanding and telling in ones
own words the poem heard and
read and giving ones opinion of the
text
b. recognizing elements in a story

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of words
by using the dictionary and /or
contextual clues
iii. Retelling the story in ones own
words

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Moderation
Family values
Tolerance
Selflessness
Responsibility

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such as characters and setting
c. explaining the message the writer
is trying to convey and discussing
how this relates to one life
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs and
beliefs

Level 2
v. Narrating the sequence of events
vi. Describing characters and
writing a paragraph or two about
them.
vii. Making predictions as to what
might happen next.
Level 3
xi. Giving ones opinion of the story

W19
16/5 20/5
W20
23/5 27/5

Trial 2 Examination

28/5 12/6

*Corrections
Trial 2 SPM
W21
13/6 17/6
W22
20/6 24/6
W23
27/6-1/7

Mid Year Break


Social
Issues

3. Time on Your
Hands
(Chapter 10)
(pg 147)
MBMMBI
Topic 4
The real cost of
cheap good
Topic 16
Bringing heroes
alive
Topic 18Talking about
salary

2.0 Language For Interpersonal


Purposes
1.2 Take part in social interaction by
a. carrying out a variety of
language functions
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

Topic 35 The Tony Awards


Topic 36
How to write a
music review

Level 2
v. Participate in a conversation

Level 1
i. Making enquiries after reading the
adverts column

b. making complaints and


responding to complaints

Level 2.
ii. Comparing and contrasting the
information obtained and decide on
a choice
iii. Confirm the service/product and
placing an order for it orally and in
writing

3.0 Language For Informational


Purposes
2.1 Obtain Information for different
purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such as
talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and

Grammar:
Adverbs of degree:
definitely, certainly,
surely
Adjective +
preposition
combinations
Sound System:
Consonant Clusters
/gl/ and /pl/

1.3 Obtain goods and services by


a. making enquiries and
ordering goods and services

Topic 30Singing for charity


Topic 31Controversy over
childrens
programme

Level 1
.ii. Asking one to decide on
something

Rationality
Moderation
Responsibility
Freedom

A) Process texts listened by


Level1.
ii. Listening to and recalling
important details of the text

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Vocabulary:
Language in
advertising

TS
ML
Cx
Cc
FS
CCTS

Writing a
Report for a
school
activity
Writing a
Report to
the school
principal
Summary
(Narrative)

Circle
map
Bubble
map
Double
Bubble
map
Flow
map
Brace
map
Multiflow
map

13
multimedia
Topic 40
Sports Writing

B) Process texts read by


Level 1
iii. Scanning for details
Level 2
viii. Identify main ideas
ix. Listing important details
x. understanding contextual clues
xiii. Making inferences
xiv. Drawing conclusions

2.3 Present information to different


audiences by
a. writing descriptions, instructions,
recounts, explanations, messages,
letters, speeches, reports and
articles
c. responding to questions and
comments orally and in writing

Level 2.
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3.
vi. Writing reports on specific
topics.

e. expanding notes and outlines


g. summarizing information
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar when
presenting the information

Literature
Component:
Novel

3.0 Language For Aesthetic


Purposes
- Introduction to novel, author &
plot
3.1 Listen to, read and respond to
literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story read and
giving ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting

Level 1
ii. Finding out the meaning of words
by using the dictionary and /or
contextual clues
iii. Retelling the story in ones own
words
Level 2
v. Narrating the sequence of
events

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Caring
Concern
Diligence
Thoughtfulness

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c. explaining the message the writer
is trying to convey and discussing
how this relates to ones life
d. understanding other
peoples cultures,
traditions, customs and
beliefs

W24-26
4/7-8/7
11/7 -15/7
18/7 - 22/7

viii. Discussing values explored in


the text
ix Relating events, characters and
values to ones life
Level 3.
x. Discussing the theme and
message of stories and poems
xi. Giving ones opinion of the story
SPM Intensive Revision : Fokus & Drill
-Paper 2 SPM
Summary Writing (Factual/Narrative)
Continuous Writing
Directed Writing (Report)
Literature (Novel & Poems)
Essay formats (Form 4 & 5)

W27-28
25/7-29/7
1-5/8

W29 W33
8/8-12/8
15/8-19/8
22/9-26/8
29/8 2/9
5/9 9/9
* (National Day)
12/9 -18/9
W34
19/9 -23/9

Trial 3 SPM

Discussion & Corrections Trial 3 Examination


SPM Intensive Revision: Fokus & Drill
-Paper 2 SPM
Summary Writing (Factual/Narrative)
Directed Writing (Article)
Literature (Novel & Poems)

MID YEAR BREAK


SPM Intensive Revision: Fokus & Drill
-Paper 2 SPM
Summary Writing (Factual/Narrative)
Directed Writing (Formal/Informal Letter)
Literature (Novel & Poems)
Essay formats (Form 4 & 5)

W35-36
26/9 30/9

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15
3/10 7/10

Trial 4 SPM

W37 W40
10/10-14/10
17/10-21/10
24/10-28/10
32/10 4/11

Discussion & Corrections Trial 4 Examination


SPM Intensive Revision: Fokus & Drill
-Paper 2 SPM Forecast Paper
Summary Writing (Factual/Narrative)
Directed Writing (Article/Report)
Literature (Misc)
Essay formats (Form 4 & 5)
-

W41-43
7/11 10/11
14/11 - 18/11
21/11 24/11

25/11 31/12

SPM 2016

YEAR END HOLIDAY 2016

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