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ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT

Scope
English as a communicative language programme for the Special Education is planned according to the ability and
achievement of each individual. The core of it is the concept of lifelong education geared towards the gentle
development of the whole person intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and to be able to interact among society.
Functional language skills are taken into consideration for employment purposes. The content of the English
language skills can be integrated with other skills of learning across the curriculum.

Objectives
By the end of tertiary education, pupils should be able to achieve the following:
1.

listen, imitate, and understand simple spoken English

2.

speak and respond clearly in situations

3.

read and understand simple messages

4.

write simple information using simple language

5.

use language acquired to function in society

6.

be employable
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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

1. Greetings and social
expressions
Pupils should be able
to:
1.1 greet a person at

1.1.1

Greetings

a.

Introduce greetings

tape

different times

i. good morning

video

during

ii. good afternoon

computer aids

iii. good evening

“good morning

Sing songs pertaining to greetings

song” (tune:

the day
b.

happy birthday)
1.1.2

Exchange greetings

a.

Pupils exchange greetings with:

eg. good morning

i. teachers

to you. x4

ii. friends

“sing hello

iii. parents

together”
sing hello, x2

1.2.1 Appropriate body
1.2 use polite

gestures

a.

Pupils response with appropriate

sing hello

body gestures

together”

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

expressions

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

i. shaking hands

masks

ii. waving

puppets
costumes

1.2.2 Social situations

a.

Pupils recognise social situations

picture cards

and give suitable responses

word cards

i. expressing gratitude

wall charts

ii. apologizing

flip charts

iii. forgiving

tape (recorded

iv. congratulating

voices)

v. offering condolences
b.

Differentiate suitable response to
situations

c.

Appropriate response in different
social context

1.3 telephone
expressions

1.3.1 Common telephone
expressions

a.

Teacher introduces telephone

VCD

expressions

recorded

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

b.

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

i. Hello, may I speak to …….

telephone

Pupils use telephone expressions

conversation
telephone

1.3.2 Usage of the telephone /

a.

Use the telephone

public telephone / mobile

i. public telephone

phone

ii. mobile phone
b.
c.

public telephone
Suggested

Follow instructions to make

grammar

telephone calls

subject-verb

Make and receive telephone calls

agreement
pronouns

1.3.3 Telephone messages

a.

Take down telephone messages

questions and

i. name

responses

ii. telephone number of caller

tenses

iii. messages

models

b.

Oral messages

c.

Written messages
Suggested
vocabulary
good morning

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
good afternoon
good evening
good night
good bye
hello
sorry
thank you
congratulations
excuse me
please
may I…..
how are you?
I am fine, thank
you

2. Personal details
Pupils should be able
to:

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OBJECTIVES
2.1

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

TEACHING

state his / her

2.1.1

Self awareness

a.

ACTIVITIES
Differentiate self and others

own personal

2.1.2

Awareness of self and

b.

Point to self and state name

photographs

others

c.

Point to others and state names

sentence cards

details

AIDS / REMARKS
mirror

name cards
2.1.3

Personal details

a.

Personal details

computer aids

i. name

pictures

ii. age

address cards

iii. address

envelope

iv. gender

charts

v. date of birth

2.2

state his / her
friend’s

2.2.1 Friends’ personal

b.

Recognise own personal details

c.

Write own personal details

d.

Write information of oneself

a.

Recognise and identify name, age,

details

address, gender, and date of birth vocabulary

personal
details

Suggested

b.

of friends.

my

State personal details of friends

name

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

2.2.2

Introduce self / others

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
boy

a.

Introduce self / others

girl

b.

Recognise friends’ names

address

c.

Read words / sentences

d.

Writing information of friends


2.3

fill in forms

2.3.1

requiring

Information required in

a.

forms

Recognise information required in

various types of

forms

forms from the

personal
details /
particulars

post office,
2.3.2

Various types of forms

a.

Fill various types of forms

job application

i. job application

forms,

ii. at the bank

bank forms

iii. at the post office

Suggested
grammar
subject-verb
agreement
personal

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
pronouns
positive and
negative
statement
‘Wh’ Questions

3. Family members
Pupils should be able
to:
3.1

name and
differentiate
members of the
family

3.1.1 Family members

a.

Acknowledge family members

photograph of

b.

Recognise and name family

family members

members

flash cards
pictures

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

3.2 identify gender

3.2.1 Gender of family

of family

members

a.

members

b.
c.

3.3 seek the
numbers of

3.3.1

Family hierarchy

3.3.2

Siblings

ACTIVITIES
Differentiate gender

TEACHING
AIDS / REMARKS
Suggested

i. boy

grammar

ii. girl

personal

iii. man

pronouns

iv. woman

subject-verb

Teacher shows pictures of

agreement

different gender

positive and

Pupils identify pictures of different

negative

gender

statement

a. State family hierarchy

model verbs

i. first

adverbs

brothers and

ii. second

conjunctions

sisters one has

iii. third

questions and

b. Letter and word recognition

answers

c. Configuration of words

simple and

d. Copy words / phrases / sentences

compound

e. Spell words

sentences

i. father

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES
ii. mother
f.

Write words / phrases / sentences

TEACHING
AIDS / REMARKS
Suggested
vocabulary
father, mother
grandfather,
grandmother,
brother, sister
uncle, aunt
cousin

4. Places in the school
Pupils should be
able to:
4.1

identify and
recognise
places around
the school

4.1.1

Different places /

a.

Recognise and name various

pictures of places

places in the school

in the school

Recognise and read words /

flash cards

phrases / sentences

sentence cards

c.

Read words / phrases / sentences

computer aids

d.

Write words / phrases / sentences

charts

surroundings in school
b.

school plan

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
classroom plan
direction cards

4.1.2 Spatial awareness

a.

(big area / small area)

Introduce places with big area:i. field

Game:“Simon says”

ii. hall
iii. car park
b.

Introduce places with small area :-

Suggested

i. toilet

grammar :-

ii. store room

prepositions

c.

Recognise and name places.

sequence

d.

Recognise and read words /

connectors

phrases / sentences

questions and

Read words / phrases /

responses

e.

sentences
f.
4.2

Write words / phrase / sentences

identify
directions

Suggested
vocabulary

4.2.1

Directions

a.

Introduce directions

school

i. left

classroom

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

b.

c.

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES
ii. right

AIDS / REMARKS
field

iii.straight

toilet

iv.turn

hall

Listen to directions and perform

Game:

actions eg. Go right, Go left

“ Blind man’s trail”

Follow directions
eg. go straight, turn right at the
junction, go up the stairs to the
office

d.

Give directions to a destination

e.

Play language games

a.

Identify and name non-living things real objects

5. Things in the
classroom
Pupils should be able
to:
5.1

Identify things
in the
classroom

5.1.1

Non-living things in the
classroom

in the classroom

flash cards

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OBJECTIVES

5.2

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT
b.

ACTIVITIES
Label things in the classroom

AIDS / REMARKS
sentence cards

c.

Recognise words / phrases /

pictures

sentences

computer aids

d. Match pictures with pictures

charts

e.

Match pictures with words

Suggested

f.

Read words / phrases / sentences

grammar:

g.

Write words / phrases / sentences

nouns

identify parts of
the classroom

TEACHING

countable nouns
5.2.1 Parts of the classroom

a.

Identify parts of the classroom

adjectives

i. wall

comparatives and

ii. floor

superlatives

iii. ceiling
iv. window

Suggested

Recognise words / phrases /

vocabulary

sentences.

table

c.

Match pictures with pictures

desk

d.

Match pictures with words

chair

e.

Read words / phrases / sentences

bag

b.

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT
f.

ACTIVITIES
Write words / phrases / sentences

TEACHING
AIDS / REMARKS
pencil
book
basket
ruler

6. Things at home
Pupils should be
able to:
6.1 identify things

6.1.1

Things in the kitchen

a.

Name things in the kitchen

real objects

in the kitchen

6.1.2

Dangerous things in the

b.

Identify dangerous things

pictures

kitchen

i. hot

charts

ii. sharp

flash cards

iii. electrical

phrase cards

c.

Recognise and read words

sentence cards

d.

Match pictures with pictures

computer aids

e.

Match pictures with words

f.

Recognise phrases / sentences

Suggested

g.

Write words / phrases / sentences

vocabulary
cup, bowl
plate, spoon

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
knife, kettle
pot, fork

6.2 identify things in
the living room

6.2.1

Things in the living room

a.

Name things in the living room

Suggested

6.2.2

Dangerous things in the

b.

Identify dangerous things

grammar

living room

i. sharp

sofa

ii. electrical

television

c.

Recognise and read words

telephone

d.

Match pictures with pictures

articles

e.

Match pictures with words

countable and

f.

Recognise phrases / sentences

uncountable

g.

Write words / phrases / sentences

nouns
prepositions

6.3

identify and

6.3.1

Things in the bedroom

a.

Name things in the bedroom

fan

recognise

6.3.2

Dangerous things in the

b.

Identify dangerous things

lamp

things in the

bedroom

bedroom
c.

i. sharp

bed

ii. electrical

pillow

Recognise and read words

blanket

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OBJECTIVES

6.4

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

TEACHING

d.

ACTIVITIES
Match pictures with pictures

AIDS / REMARKS
bed sheet

e.

Match pictures with words

pillow case

f.

Recognise phrases / sentences

bolster

g.

Write words/phrases / sentences

cupboard

identify and

6.4.1

Things in the bathroom

a.

Name things in the bathroom

soap

recognise

6.4.2

Dangerous things in the

b.

Identify dangerous things

towel

things in the

bathroom

bathroom
c.

i. hot

toothbrush

ii. sharp

shampoo

iii. electrical

toothpaste

Recognise and read words

shaver

d. Match pictures with pictures

sink

e. Match pictures with words

bathtub

f.

mirror

Recognise phrases / sentences

g. Write words / phrases / sentences
h. Categorize dangerous and nondangerous things

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

7. Parts of the body
Pupils should be able
to :
7.1

identify parts of

7.1.1

Parts of the body

a.

Sing songs pertaining to the whole

Song:

body.

Head, shoulders,

Identify and name parts of the

knees and toes,

body.

knees and toes x2

c.

Label body parts on charts

Head, shoulders,

d.

Recognise and read words

knees and toes,

e.

Match pictures with pictures

eyes, ears, mouth

f.

Match pictures with words

and nose

g.

Recognise phrases / sentences

h.

Write words / phrases / sentences

the body
b.

pictures
charts

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OBJECTIVES
7.2

identify parts

CONTENT
7.2.1

Parts of the head

a.

of the head
b.

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES
Identify and name parts of the

AIDS / REMARKS
puzzle

head

flash cards

Label parts of the head on charts

phrase cards
sentence cards

c.

Recognise and read words

computer aids

d.

Match pictures with pictures

e.

Match pictures with words

Suggested

f.

Recognise phrases / sentences.

grammar

g.

Write words / phrases / sentences

adjectives
articles

7.3

identify parts of 7.3.1
limbs

Parts of the limbs

a.

Identify and name parts of limbs

simple and

b.

Label parts of limbs on charts

compound

c.

Recognise and read words

sentences

d.

Match pictures with pictures

pronouns

e.

Match pictures with words

questions and

f.

Recognise phrases / sentences

answers

g.

Write words / phrases / sentences
Suggested
vocabulary

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
neck
shoulder
chest
stomach
hip
eyes
nose
hair
mouth
ears
teeth
tongue
fingers
arm
toes
knee

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

8. Clothing
Pupils should be able
to:
8.1

identify

8.1.1

different kinds

Different kinds of

a.

clothing

of clothing

Identify and name different types

boys’ clothes

of clothes

girls’ clothes

b . Recognise and read words

pictures

c.

Match pictures with pictures

dolls

d.

Match pictures with words

puzzles

e.

Recognise phrases / sentences

flashcards

f.

Write words / phrases / sentences

phrases cards
sentences cards

8.2

clothes at the

8.2.1

supermarket /
shop

8.2.2

Different types of clothes

a.

Identify and name different types

Suggested

at supermarket/shop

of clothes at the supermarket /

grammar

Buy clothes with

shop

adjectives

assistance from a sales

b . State preference of clothes

collective nouns

assistant

c.

comparatives

Simulation drill

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OBJECTIVES

8.3

buy clothes

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
articles

8.3.1

Preferences of clothes

a. Practice buying clothes

questions

8.3.2

Price of clothes

b. Visit the supermarket / shop

response

8.3.3

Purchase and payment

c. Choose clothes one likes

request

d. Inquire price of clothes
e. Make payment for clothes bought

Suggested
vocabulary
shirt, skirt,
blouse, dress,
t-shirt, tie, socks,
long sleeves,
short sleeves,
collar, button,
pocket
size
large
medium
small
free size

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OBJECTIVES

9.

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

Food
Pupils should be able
to:
9.1 identify different

9.1.1

types of food
9.1.2

Edible and non-edible

a.

Visit the canteen

real food

things

b.

Identify and name different

pictures

types of food

rubber stamps

Different types of food
c.
d.
e.

Collect pictures to make

(various kinds of

scrapbook

food)

Recognise and read words /

puzzles

phrases/sentences

flash cards

Write words / phrases / sentences

phrases cards
sentences cards

9.2

state kinds of

9.2.1

food one likes
or dislikes

9.2.2

What one likes to eat /

a.

Choose what one likes

Suggested

drink

b.

Choose what one dislikes

grammar

What one dislikes to

c.

Differentiate what one likes /

collective nouns

dislikes

questions

eat / drink

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT
d.

ACTIVITIES
Recognise and read words /

TEACHING
AIDS / REMARKS
words / responses

phrases / sentences

9.3

order food and

9.3.1

drinks

e.

Write words / phrases / sentences

Preference of food and

a.

Visit the canteen / restaurant

Suggested

drinks

b.

Read menu and choose food one

vocabulary

likes to eat

bread

Inquire price of food

rice

eg. How much is a bowl of

noodles

9.3.2

Price of food / drinks

9.3.3

Order for food / drinks
and payment

c.

noodles?
d. Make payment for food bought

chicken
fish
soup

10. Fruits / Vegetables

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

Pupils should be able
to:
10.1

identify
different types

10.1.1

of fruits /

Different types of

a.

Identify and name different types

real fruits and

of fruits / vegetables

vegetables

b.

Recognise and read words

toys

c.

Recognise phrases / sentences

pictures

d.

Play language games

rubber stamps

e.

Visit the market

(fruits and

fruits / vegetables

vegetables

vegetables)
10.2

buy fruits and

10.2.1

vegetables
from market /

10.2.2

supermarket
10.2.3

Preferences of fruits /

a.

Visit the market / shop

puzzles

vegetables

b.

Choose fruits and vegetables

flashcards

one likes

phrases cards
sentences cards

Price of fruits and
vegetables

c.

Inquire price of fruits

Purchase and

d.

Make payment for fruits and

payment

vegetables bought

Suggested
grammar

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
Adjectives
countable and
uncountable
nouns
collective nouns
request
questions and
answers
Suggested
vocabulary
durian, banana
watermelon,
papaya, carrot
lettuce, cucumber,
chilli, brinjals

11. Plants
Pupils should be able
to:

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OBJECTIVES
11.1

identify

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT
11.1.1

flowers
11.2.1

TEACHING

Different kinds of

a.

ACTIVITIES
Take a walk in the garden

flowers

b.

Identify and name different

pictures

flowers and trees

charts

Collect pictures of trees to make

flash cards

scrapbook

phrase cards

d.

Recognise and read words

sentence cards

e.

Recognise phrases / sentences

f.

Play language games

Different kinds of trees

c.

11.2 identify trees

AIDS / REMARKS
real flowers

Suggested
grammar
adjectives
conjunctions
compound
sentences

Suggested
vocabulary
hibiscus
rose

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
sunflower
coconut tree
papaya tree

12. Transportation
Pupils should be
able to:
12.1

identify the
different

12.1.1

Different modes
of transportation

a.

Identify and name different

pictures

types of transportation

models

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

modes of

b.

transportation

transportation

Types of public

transportation:

puzzles

ii. land

computer aids

iii. water

phrases cards

Collect pictures to make a

sentences cards

scrapbook

bus schedule

Make simple models of

tickets

transportation

Suggested

Recognise and read words /

grammar

phrases / sentences

singular and plural

f.

Write words / phrases / sentences

nouns

a.

Visit the

prepositions

e.

12.2.1

AIDS / REMARKS
toys
flashcards

d.

use public

ACTIVITIES
Group different types of
i. air

c.

12.2

TEACHING

transportation

i. bus station

adjectives

12.2.2

Fare

ii. taxi station

comparatives

12.2.3

Schedule

iii. railway / LRT station

Suggested

iv. airports

vocabulary

v. jetty

car

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT
b.

ACTIVITIES
use public transport

TEACHING
AIDS / REMARKS
bicycle
bus

12.3

interpret various

12.3.1

road signs and
traffic rules.

Importance of road

a.

signs and traffic rules.
12.3.2

Identify and name different kinds

lorry

of road signs and traffic rules

train

Road signs and

b.

Pupils draw road signs

ship

indicators.

c.

Play traffic rules games

boat

d.

Teacher organizes outdoor

aeroplane

activities

no entry

12.3.3 Traffic rules

danger
pedestrian
crossing

13. Numbers
Pupils should be able
to:
13.1

name and

13.1.1

Ordinal numbers

a.

Pupils count by rote memory

beads

differentiate

13.1.2

Cardinal numbers

b.

Recite poems pertaining to

blocks

numbers

charts

eg. One, two, three, four, five,

numbers

numerals

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES
Once I caught a fish alive

know

13.2.1

Money denominations

Identify and name numbers

counting frame

d.

Identify value of numbers

rubber stamps

e.

Differentiate numbers

(numbers)

f.

Recognise and read words /

number cards

phrases / sentences

word cards

Write words / phrases /

phrases cards

sentences

sentences cards

Recognise and denote monetary

Suggested

amount

grammar

State the different money

request

denominations

adjectives

Draw and trace the different

comparatives

money

questions and

denominations

answers

a.

monetary
value

AIDS / REMARKS
puzzles

c.

g.

13.2

TEACHING

b.
c.

d.

Recognise and read words /

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OBJECTIVES

13.3

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES
phrases / sentences.

TEACHING
AIDS / REMARKS

e.

Write words / phrases / sentences

a.

Measure object and state values in Suggested

use specific

13.3.1

Unit of measurements

numerical

13.3.2

Volume

values with

13.3.3

Weight

1 1-10 (one, two, ..)

the correct

13.3.4

Height

1 11-19 (eleven...)

unit of

13.3.5

Distance

the correct unit of measurement

vocabulary

20 – 99 (twenty,…)

measurement

1 100 (one hundred.)
t many

13.4 understand

13.4.1

Salary

and manage

13.4.2

EPF / SOCSO

monetary

13.4.3

Banking

a.

transactions

14.

Explain and illustrate simple

few

budget

more

i.

daily

less

ii.

weekly

ringgit

iii.

monthly

sen

b.

Start a saving accounts

salary

c.

Visit the bank

how much ….

Calendar

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

Pupils should be
able to:
14.1 name the days
in a week

14.1.1

Days in a week

14.1.2

Daily routines

a.
b.
c.

d.
e.

Name days of the week in

Songs:(tune:

sequence

Clementine)

Sing songs pertaining to days of

Monday, Tuesday,

the week

Wednesday,

Differentiate and name days of the

Thursday, Friday,

week

Saturday, Sunday

Recognise and read words /

calendar

phrases / sentences

charts

Write words, phrases and

flashcards

sentences

computer graphic
phrases cards

14.2

name the

14.2.1 Months of the year

a.

Identify / name months of the year

months of the

14.2.2 Special occasions /

b.

Differentiate months of the year

c.

Make simple calendar

Suggested

d.

Recognise and read words /

grammar

phrases and sentences

verbs, tenses

year

months

sentences cards

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT
e.

ACTIVITIES
Write words, phrases and

TEACHING
AIDS / REMARKS
prepositions

sentences
14.3

identify dates

14.3.1 Calendar (day to day)

indicated in

14.3.2 Special dates

the calendar

a.

Find and state special occasions

Suggested

i. Hari Raya

vocabulary

- 25 December

ii. Merdeka Day

days of the week

- 31 August

iii. Christmas

months of the year

iv. birthdays
15. Time
Pupils should be able
to:
15.1

Tell time

15.1.1 Time

a.

Name numbers on the clock

clock

15.1.2 Minutes

b.

Identify and read time on the clock

pictures

15.1.3 Hour

c.

Show time on the clock

watch

15.1.4 Duration

i. hour

flash cards

ii. minutes

time tables
schedules

15. 2

Tell time with
regards to

15.2.1

Time associated with
time specific situations

a.

Associate time with
i. recess

phrase cards
sentences cards

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

TEACHING

time

ACTIVITIES
ii. dismissal time

AIDS / REMARKS
computers

specific

iii. school hours

tour itineraries

situations

iv. office hours
v. lunch break
vi. meetings
vii. appointments

15.3

Read time-

15.3.1

Class time-table

table

15.3.2

Personal time-table

15.3.3

Schedule

a.
b.
c.

Identify and state activities shown

Suggested

on class time-table

grammar

Plan personal activities based on

articles

time-table

prepositions

Record schedules

tense

i. daily

sequence

ii. weekly

connectors

iii. monthly

Suggested

eg. Monday – Assembly
Tuesday – Physical
Education

vocabulary
morning
evening
night

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS
a.m / p.m
midnight
fortnight

16. Colours
Pupils should be able
to:
16.1

recognise

16.1.1 Different colours

a.

Identify and differentiate colours

real objects

different

b.

Play colours games

chart

colours

c.

Recognise and read words /

colours

phrases / sentences

board games

Write words, phrases and

model traffic lights

sentences

pictures

d.

computer
16.2

associate

16.2.1

colours of
objects

Primary and secondary

a.

colours
16.2.2

Objects with natural

b.

Differentiate and name primary

flashcards

and secondary colours

phrases cards

Identify objects with natural

sentence cards

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT
colours

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

colours

16.2.3

Colourful objects

c.

Colour pictures

16.2.4

Traffic lights

d.

Recognise and read words /
phrases / sentences

e.
f.

Write words, phrases and

Suggested

sentences

grammar

Identify colours of the traffic lights

adjectives

eg. red, yellow and green

nouns
questions and
answers
Suggested
vocabulary
colours
black hair
red hibiscus
yellow banana
green leaf

200

OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

17. Shapes
Pupils should be able
to:
17.1

identify
shapes

17.1.1

Different shapes of

a.

Identify and differentiate shapes of

shape blocks

objects

shape cards

b.

Associate shapes with object

charts

c.

Trace and draw shapes

real objects

from stencils

pictures

Recognise and read words /

computer

phrases / sentences

flashcards

Write words, phrases and

phrases cards

sentences

sentence cards

objects

d.
e.

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

Suggested
grammar
adjectives
adverbs
subject-verb
agreement
comparative
Suggested
vocabulary
circle
round
triangle
rectangle
square

202

OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

18. Animals
Pupils should be able 18.1.1

Different kinds of

a.

Identify and name animals

animal puppets

to :

animals

b.

Name domestic animals

soft toys

c.

Associate animals to their habitats

pictures

eg. birds - nest

charts

d.

Describe pet one has

computer graphics

e.

Collect pictures to make

flashcards

scrapbook

phrase cards

Tell animal stories using puppets /

sentences cards

18.1

identify

18.1.2

Domestic animals

domestic

18.1.3

Habitat

animals

18.1.4 Pets

f.

books / tapes
g.
h.
i.

Recognise and read words /

Suggested

phrases / sentences

grammar

Write words, phrases and

adjectives

sentences

adverbs

Visit a pet shop

collective nouns

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OBJECTIVES

18.2

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

identify wild

18.2.1

Wild animals

a.

Identify and name wild animals

Suggested

animals

18.2.2

Habitat

b.

Associate wild animals to their

vocabulary

habitats

names of

Recognise and read words /

animals

phrases / sentences

tiger

Write words, phrases and

lion

sentences

elephant

e.

A visit to the Zoo

giraffe

f.

Tell animal stories using puppets /

fox

c.
d.

books / tapes
18.3

assist and work in

18.3.1

Feeding animals

a.

Describe animal food

whiskas

pet shops

18.3.2

Caring of animals

b.

Describe how to care and handle

fish

18.3.3

Grooming of animals

animals
c.

Recognise and read words /
phrases / sentences

d.

Write words, phrases and
sentences

204

OBJECTIVES

19.

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

Insects
Pupils should be
able to :
1.1

identify

19.1.1

Common insects

a.

Identify and name insects

picture books

common

19.1.2

Harmful insects

b.

Collect pictures and make

model of insects

insects

19.1.3

Harmless insects

scrapbook

pictures, cards,

Recognise and read words /

flashcards

phrases / sentences

Suggested

Write words, phrases and

grammar

sentences

adjectives

e.

Visit butterfly farm

comparatives

f.

Outdoor activities – hunt for

collective nouns

insects

singular and

c.
d.

plural nouns
Suggested
Vocabulary
names of insects

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OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

SUGGESTED TEACHING

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES

AIDS / REMARKS

20. Occupations
Pupils should be able
to :
20.1 identify types

20.1.1

of occupations
20.1.2

Types of occupations in a.

Identify and name different types

Pictures

their surroundings

of occupation

charts

b.

Collect pictures and make charts

uniforms

c.

Recognise and read words /

computer puzzle

Indicate one’s ambition

phrases / sentences
d.

Write words, phrases and

Suggested

sentences

grammar

e.

Indicate one’s ambition

verbs

f.

Pretend play

adverbs
conditional ‘if”

20.2. identify places

20.2.1

Different places of work a.

of work

20.2.2

Nature of services

a.

Identify and name different places

gender

of work

tense

Associate places of work with

Suggested

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OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING

CONTENT

TEACHING

ACTIVITIES
i. occupation

AIDS / REMARKS
vocabulary

ii. attire

police

iii. tools

police station
fireman

20.2.3

Types of business and

a.

services offered

Associate types of services and

fire station

businesses with:

hawker

i. occupation

stall

ii. places of work

doctor

iii. attire

hospital

iv. tools

farmer

b.

Collect pictures and make charts

farm

c.

Recognise and read words /

etc

phrases / sentences
d.

Write words, phrases and
sentences

e.

Visit the places of work

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