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SMK YAN KEDAH

SCHEME OF WORK 2016


ENGLISH FORM 3
PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

VERIFIED BY

NURUL IZZATI BINTI


MUSTAFFA
SECRETARY OF ENGLISH
PANEL
SMK YAN

EZATULHAMSIAH BT MOHAMID
SALIH
HEAD OF LANGUAGE
DEPARTMENT
SMK YAN

CHE ROKIAH BT MAD


ISA
PRINCIPAL
SMK YAN

SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN YAN, KEDAH DARUL AMAN.


SCHEME OF WORK FORM 3 (2016)
Term

Theme/Topi
c
Week/Date
People
Famous
Personalitie
s
Literature
Introductio
n to the
Characters
in The
Railway
Children

PBS
Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 1

Learning Outcomes
1.0 LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in the social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) making plans and
arrangements

A Fighters
Line (Poem)

Level/Specification

Language Contents

Pedagogical Approach

Level 1
Talk about common
jobs of famous people

1.Engaging in
conversations.
Eg:
Usage of WH
Questions

Thinking Skill (TS)

Level 2
Talk and discuss about
how each personalities
became well known
Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic

1
3-9 Jan
2
10-16 Jan

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet

Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Conduct an interview
to gather information

2.Discussing
occupations
Eg:
Singer, Athlete,
Teacher
3.Writing about
students ambition and
hope

Critical Thinking (CT)


Future Study (FS)
Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT

4.Grammar
Simple Present Tense
Adjectives of shape,
colour and size

Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

5.Vocabulary games

Contextualism (CX)

1.Read silently and


scan for information
from the article

Study Skill (SS)

2.Interview a famous

Constructivism (CVT)

Preparation for the


Real World (PRW)

Level 3
Write a guided essay
to describe a famous
personalities
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) reciting poems with
feelings and expression

People
Heroes
Near and
Far

Listening

Literature
Chapter 1
The
Beginning
of Things

Writing

3
17-21 Jan
4
24-28 Jan

Speakin
g

Reading
Band 1
Band 2

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topic of
interest.
2.0 LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and

Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation

person in school
Eg: Principal
3.Read an article
describing famous
people
4.Vocabulary
Dictionary skills-guided
words

Level 2
Match characters and
characteristics

1.Reading text aloud

Level 3
Write about the
characteristics using
their own words

3.Group interaction

Level 1
Talk about own
experience

1. Students list their


idols.

Level 2
Participating in
teacher-guided class
discussion

2.Pair work

2. Gets students to
guess the story from
the illustration
3. Rearrange the
sequence of events

Level 3
Writing a dialogue
Level 1
Listening to and
understand a variety
of texts
Level 2

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)
Future Study (FS)
Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)

1.Describe setting :
usage of tenses

Learning How to Learn


(LHTL)

2. Complete a
lyrics/learn to sing a
Hero song

ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

using other electronic media


such as the internet
2.2 Process information by:
a) extracting main ideas and
details
b) using dictionaries
c) predicting outcomes
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) understanding and telling
in ones own words the story
and giving ones opinion
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by:
a) composing single poems,
stories and dialogues.

Social
Issues
To Serve
With Love

Listening

Literature
Chapter 2
Peter and
Coal

Writing

5
31 Jan 4
Feb

Speakin
g

Reading
Band 1
Band 2

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) carrying out a variety of
language functions
c) making plans and
arrangement

Reading silently and


aloud

3. List down
achievements

Level 3
Write down key ideas
of a text read

4. Grammar
Adverbs & Articles

Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation
Level 2
Match characters and
characteristics
Level 3
Write about the
characteristics using
their own words

Level 1
Express appreciation,
hope and gratitude
Level 2
Write notes/memo of
thanks
Level 3
Discussing plans to
visit a particular place.
Writing a formal letter
requesting permission

Constructivism (CVT)
Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)

1. Gather information
on important details

Preparation for the


Real World (PRW)

2. Create graphic
organizer showing the
flow of the story
3. Role-play
4. Writing journal
5. List down traits of
characters
6. Vocabulary
Base words
1. List down good
traits
2. Teacher tabulates
findings on the board
3. Share experience
with others in the class
4. Describe problems
and ask for advice
5. Grammar

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)
Future Study (FS)
Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)

for visit.

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet.
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by:
a) writing recounts,
descriptions, speeches,
reports and articles
b) expanding notes and
outlines
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) reciting poems with
feelings and expression
b) understand other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs
c) recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting

LEVEL 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Identify important
ideas
Level 3
Write a guided essay
about good deeds

Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation
Level 2
Match characters and
characteristics
Level 3
Write about Peters
characteristics using
their own words

Subject-verb
Agreement
Positive and negative
statements
1. Role-play with stress
and expression
2. Use dictionary for
vocabulary
3. Identify moral
values from the text
4. Answering
comprehension
questions
5. Grammar
Contractions
1. Identify modals in
the text
2. Students complete
similar grammar
exercises
3. Write solutions for
ending
4. Arranging sentences
5. Sequencing the plot
6. Vocabulary
One word for a group
of words

ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)
Constructivism (CVT)
Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the
Real World (PRW)

6
5 13 Feb

School Break (Cuti Tahun Baru Cina)

Social
Issues
To Serve
With Love

Listening

Literature
Chapter 2
Peter and
Coal

Writing

7
14 18 Feb

Speakin
g

Reading
Band 1
Band 2

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) carrying out a variety of
language functions
c) making plans and
arrangement

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet.
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by:
a) writing recounts,
descriptions, speeches,
reports and articles
b) expanding notes and
outlines

Level 1
Express appreciation,
hope and gratitude
Level 2
Write notes/memo of
thanks
Level 3
Discussing plans to
visit a particular place.
Writing a formal letter
requesting permission
for visit.
LEVEL 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Identify important
ideas
Level 3
Write a guided essay
about good deeds

1. List down good


traits
2. Teacher tabulates
findings on the board
3. Share experience
with others in the class
4. Describe problems
and ask for advice
5. Grammar
Subject-verb
Agreement
Positive and negative
statements
1. Role-play with stress
and expression
2. Use dictionary for
vocabulary
3. Identify moral
values from the text
4. Answering
comprehension
questions
5. Grammar
Contractions

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)
Future Study (FS)
Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)
Constructivism (CVT)
Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the Real
World (PRW)

3.0 LANGUAGE FOR


AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) reciting poems with
feelings and expression
b) understand other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs
c) recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting

Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation
Level 2
Match characters and
characteristics
Level 3
Write about Peters
characteristics using
their own words

1. Identify modals in
the text
2. Students complete
similar grammar
exercises
3. Write solutions for
ending
4. Arranging sentences
5. Sequencing the plot
6. Vocabulary
One word for a group
of words

Health
A Weighty
Issue
Literature
Chapter 3
The Old
Gentleman
8
21-25 Feb
9
28 Feb
3 March

Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 1

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions

Band 2

Level 1
Talk about health
products
Level 2
Expressing hope and
requesting assistance
Level 3
Write about positive
attitude

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:

Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print

1. Compare prices of
health products
2. Search
advertisement from
the newspaper
3. Share worries and
anxieties about their
weight and
appearance
4. Grammar
Negatives adjectives
with non, dis, un,
im
1. Make mind map

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)
Future Study (FS)
Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

a) reading materials in
prints such as the internet
2.2 Process information by:
a) skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
b) extracting main ideas and
details
c) drawing conclusion
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a)reciting poems with
feelings and expression

Level 2
Telling what the text is
about
Level 3
Following sequence of
ideas and identifying
important ideas

2. List problems and


exchange with other
groups

Constructivism (CVT)

3. Search for solutions


to these problems

Study Skill (SS)

4. Use dictionary
Vocabulary-synonyms

Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation
Level 2
Finding the meaning of
unfamiliar words
Level 3
Making predictions as
to what might happen
next in the story

2. Dramatizing
3. List characteristics
4. Write descriptions of
an old man
5. Imagine the old
mans face and draw

Revision (Ujian Bulan Mac)


Sukantara

11
11 19
March

School Break (Cuti Pertengahan Penggal 1)


Listening
Speakin
g

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendship by:

Level 1
Talk about parts of
Malaysia are affected
by monsoon floods

Preparation for the Real


World (PRW)

1. Give opinion

10
6 10
March

Environmen
t
Stormy
Weather

Contextualism (CX)

1. List down types of


natural disasters in
Malaysia

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)

Literature
Chapter 4
Bobbies
Ride
Leisure
(Poem)
12
20 24
March
13
27 -31
March

Writing
Reading
Band 2
Band 3

a) exchanging ideas and


giving opinions on topics of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) carrying out a variety of
language

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet
b) listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
viewing televisions
documentaries and
multimedia
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by:
a) presenting information in
non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams,
charts and vice-versa
b) expanding notes and
outlines
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Level 2
Asking questions
politely to obtain
information or making
enquiries
Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic
Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Conduct an interview
to gather information
Level 3
Write an eyewitness
recount

2. Role-playing /
dialogue
3. Write about a
recently occurring
natural phenomenon
4. Dialogue or forum
session on effects of
flood
5. How to raise fund to
help victims
6. Answering
comprehension
questions
7. Fill in the blanks
with adjectives and
adverbs
8. Display information
on the board
9. Grammar
Modal Verbs
Conjunctions
10. Vocabulary
Antonyms

Level 1
Reading aloud with

1. Role-play

Future Study (FS)


Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)
Constructivism (CVT)
Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the Real
World (PRW)

3.1 Listen to, read and view


and respond to literary
works by:
a) understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs
b) recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting
c) reciting poems with
feelings and expression
Science &
Technology
The Seas
Around Us
Literature
Chapter 5
Saving The
Train
14
3 7 Apr

Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 2
Band 3

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topic of
interest

15
10 14 Apr
2.0 LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet.
2.2 Process information by:
a) skimming and scanning
for specific information and

correct punctuation
and pronunciation
Level 2
Match cause and
effect
Level 3
Write sequence of
events

2. Dramatizing
3. Information transfer
4. Rearranging the
sequence of events in
the story

Level 1
Talk about general
knowledge

1. Answering
comprehension
questions

Critical Thinking (CT)

Level 2
Discuss about saving
the seas

2. Simple quiz

Future Study (FS)

3. Language game, eg:


bingo or boggle

Mastery Learning (ML)

Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic
Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Scanning for details
Level 3
Write briefly about
conclusion

4. Text completion
5. Flow chart
6. Mini debate
7. Engaging in
conversations, eg:
Usage of WH questions
8. Display information
on the board
9. Grammar
comparison of
adjectives

Thinking Skill (TS)

Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)
Constructivism (CVT)
Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the

ideas
b) extracting main ideas and
details
c) drawing conclusion
d) using dictionaries
e) making short notes and
mapping out ideas
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by: a) reciting poems
with feelings and expression
3.2 Expressing themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by:
a) dramatizing texts and
role-playing characters.

Social
Issues
Bridging
The Gap
Literature
Chapter 6
A Birthday
for Perks
16
17 21 Apr
17
24 28 Apr

Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 2
Band 3

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) exchanging ideas and
giving opinions by taking
part in conversation and
discussions

10. Vocabulary
Suffix

Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation
Level 2
Match characters and
characteristics.
List good values of the
story.
Level 3
Write opinion about
the chapter in one
paragraph
Level 1
Talk about their best
friends and families
Level 2
Discuss about their
feelings
Level 3
Write a letter to pen
pals

Real World (PRW)

1. Table completion
2. Mind map
3. Brainstorming
4. Role playing the
situation
5. Information transfer
groupwork
6. Rearranging the
sequence of events in
the story
1. Quiz

Thinking Skill (TS)

2. Writing interview

Critical Thinking (CT)

3. Write dialogues for


cartoon strips

Future Study (FS)

4. Fill in graphics
organizer
5. Surfing the internet
6. Using dictionary
7. True and false
questions

Mastery Learning (ML)


Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT

8. Answering
comprehension
questions

Contextualism (CX)

10. Language game


Eg. Bingo or boggle

Study Skill (SS)

12. Vocabulary
Prefizes

3.0 LANGUAGE FOR


AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) explaining the message

Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Match the course and
effect
Level 3
Identify positive and
negative statements
well

Level 1
Retelling the story or
the content of the
story

Constructivism (CVT)

9. Simple quiz

11. Grammar
WH Question
Modal Verbs
Prefixes

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet
b) listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
viewing televisions
documentaries and
multimedia

Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

1. Describe pictures of
places
2. Complete tables of
events
3. Compose dialogue
4. Mind map
5. Use dictionary
6. Underline verbs in
the text

Preparation for the


Real World (PRW)

the writer is trying to convey


and discussing how this
relate to ones life
b) reciting poems with
feelings and expression
c) understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs

Health
Growing
Pains
Literature
Chapter 7
The Terrible
Secret
18
1 5 May

Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 2
Band 3

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) carrying out a variety of
language
c) making plans and
arrangement
2.0 LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet
b) interviewing and using
questionnaires
2.2 Process information by:
a) extracting main ideas and
details
b) discerning sequence of
ideas

Level 2
Describe the place
where the story took
place
Level 3
Making predictions as
to what might happen
in the next chapter
Level 1
Talk about radio
advertisements
Level 2
Taking notes and asks
for assistance
Level 3
Identifying cause and
effect in simple text.
Drawing conclusions.

1. Engaging in
conversations
e.g: usage of WH
questions
2. Writing interview
3. Write dialogues for
cartoon strips
4. Fill in graphics
organizer
5. State problems and
list solutions

Level 1

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)
Future Study (FS)
Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT

6. Identify main ideas


and supporting ideas

Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

7. Arranging the
sentences according to
text chronology

Constructivism (CVT)

8. Fill in speech
bubbles

Study Skill (SS)

9. Grammar

Contextualism (CX)

Preparation for the


Real World (PRW)

c) skimming and scanning


for specific information and
ideas
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) understanding and telling
in ones own words the story
and giving ones opinion
b) recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively
by:
a) composing simple poems,
stories and dialogues
19
8 12 May

Reading aloud with


correct punctuation
and pronunciation

Personal pronouns
Possessive pronouns
Adverbs of manner

Level 2
Finding out meaning of
unfamiliar words by
using contextual clues
and dictionary

1. Share their secret

Level 3
Write about ones
opinion of the story

4. Rearranging the
sequence of events in
the story

2. Giving opinions
3. Write a dialogue

Revision
Mid Year Exam

20
15 19
May
Environmen
t
Flood Woes
Social
Issues
Teenage
Concerns

Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 3

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) exchanging ideas and

Level 1
Talk about flash flood

1. Role-play with stress


and expression

Thinking Skill (TS)

Level 2
Search for headlines
and newspaper
extracts that are
related to the topic.

2. Use dictionary for


vocabulary

Future Study (FS)

3. Identify moral value

Mastery Learning (ML)

Critical Thinking (CT)

Band 4
Literature
Chapter 8
The Boy in
the Red
Shirt
21
22 26
May

giving opinions on topic of


interest

Talk about teenagers


problems.
Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by:
a) presenting information in
non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams,
charts and vice-versa
b) composing, revising and
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling,
punctuation and grammar
c) using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar
when presenting information
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listening to, read and
view and respond to literary
works by:
a) explaining the message
the writer is trying to convey
and discussing how this

Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Relaying phone
messages
Level 3
Summarizing articles

4. Answering
comprehension
questions
5. Comparing
brochures of skincare
products

Level 2
Making predictions

Learning How to Learn


(LHTL)
ICT

6. Role-play on selfgrooming

Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

7. Read text on
skincare

Constructivism (CVT)

8. Grammar
Prepositions of time
Punctuation mark
9. Vocabulary
Word association
Phrasal quantifiers

1. Language games
Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation

Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)

2. Brainstorm
3. Group work
4. Pair work

Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the
Real World (PRW)

relate to ones life


b) reciting poems with
feelings and expression
c) understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs.

Level 3
Write briefly simple
description using own
words

22
27 31
May
School Break (Cuti Pertengahan Tahun 2016)
23
1 10 June
2
24
12 16
June
Environmen
t
Flood Woes
Social
Issues
Teenage
Concerns
Literature
Chapter 8
The Boy in
the Red
Shirt
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Discussion and corrections

Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 3
Band 4

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topic of
interest

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR

Level 1
Talk about flash flood

1. Role-play with stress


and expression

Level 2
Search for headlines
and newspaper
extracts that are
related to the topic.
Talk about teenagers
problems.

2. Use dictionary for


vocabulary

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)
Future Study (FS)

3. Identify moral value

Mastery Learning (ML)

4. Answering
comprehension
questions

Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)

Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic

5. Comparing
brochures of skincare
products

Level 1

6. Role-play on self-

Learning How to Learn


(LHTL)
ICT
Multiple Intelligences

June
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June

INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in
prints such as articles and
using other electronic media
such as the internet
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by:
a) presenting information in
non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams,
charts and vice-versa
b) composing, revising and
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling,
punctuation and grammar
c) using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar
when presenting information
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listening to, read and
view and respond to literary
works by:
a) explaining the message
the writer is trying to convey
and discussing how this
relate to ones life
b) reciting poems with
feelings and expression
c) understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs.

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Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Relaying phone
messages
Level 3
Summarizing articles

Level 1
Reading aloud with
correct punctuation
and pronunciation
Level 2
Making predictions

grooming

(MI)

7. Read text on
skincare

Constructivism (CVT)

8. Grammar
Prepositions of time
Punctuation mark
9. Vocabulary
Word association
Phrasal quantifiers

1. Language games
2. Brainstorm
3. Group work
4. Pair work

Level 3
Write briefly simple
description using own
words

School Break (Cuti Sempena Hari Raya Puasa)

Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the
Real World (PRW)

1 9 July
Science &
Technology
The Dying
Sea
Literature
Summary
and Setting
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Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 3
Band 4

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by:
a) exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b)exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topic of
interest

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.2 Process information by:
a) skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
b) extracting main ideas and
details
c) drawing conclusion
d) using dictionaries
e) making short notes and
mapping out ideas

3.0 LANGUAGE FOR


AESTHETIC USE

Level 1
Talk about activities by
the beach

1. List down types of


natural disasters in
Malaysia

Critical Thinking (CT)

Level 2
Talk and discuss about
factors of water
pollution

2. Dialogue

Future Study (FS)

3. Write about a
fishermens job

Mastery Learning (ML)


Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)

Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic.
Take part in teacherguided discussions and
defend their point of
view.

5. How to raise fund to


help victims

Level 1
Narrating orally the
events that took place

7. Fill in the blanks


with adjectives and
adverbs

Constructivism (CVT)

Level 2
Responding to the
questions and
comments
spontaneously orally

8. Display information
on the board

Study Skill (SS)

Level 3
Writing simple reports
Level 1
Retelling the contents
in ones word

4. Dialogue or forum
session on pollution

Thinking Skill (TS)

6. Answering
comprehension
questions

9. Grammar
Abstract nouns
Sequence connectors
Prepositions of
direction
Present Continuous
Tense
1. Problem solving
activities

Learning How to Learn


(LHTL)
ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

Contextualism (CX)

Preparation for the


Real World (PRW)

3.1 Listen to, read and view


and respond to literary
works by:
a) understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs

Social
Issues
School Life
Literature
1. Themes /
moral
values
2.
Important
points
about
Novel
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Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 3
Band 4

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topic of
interest

Band 5

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a) reading materials in print
such as reports and articles
and using other electronic
media such as the media
2.2 Process information by:
a) skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
b) extracting main ideas and
details

Level 2
Telling the sequence of
events
Level 3
Write simple
conclusions
Level 1
Talk about their
favourite subjects and
teachers in school
Level 2
Talk and discuss about
how to overcome bully
Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic
Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Conduct a dialogue
between two friends
Level 3
Write about a
description of
neighbourhood

2. Word drills
3. Group presentation
4. Answer true false
questions
5. Surf internet
1. Create a card for
friends
2. Surf the internet
3. Watch videos
4. Complete graphs
5. Match the pictures
6. Sequencing
7. Discuss social issues
faced by teenagers
8. Differentiate nouns,
abstract nouns,
countable and
uncountable nouns
and collective nouns
9. Grammar
Preposition to show
quality
Articles with countable
nouns
10. Vocabulary

Thinking Skill (TS)


Critical Thinking (CT)
Future Study (FS)
Mastery Learning (ML)
Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)
Learning How to Learn
(LHTL)
ICT
Multiple Intelligences
(MI)
Constructivism (CVT)
Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the
Real World (PRW)

c) drawing conclusion
d) using dictionaries
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs

Compound verbs
Level 1
Retelling the contents
in ones words
Level 2
Telling the sequence of
events
Level 3
Write simple
conclusions

1. List good values


2. Vocabulary activities
3. Use dictionary
4. Predicting moral
values
5. Surf the internet
6. Grammar
Collective nouns
Plural nouns

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4 Aug
Environmen
t
The Earth
Moved
Literature
Characters
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PT3 Trial Exam


Listening
Speakin
g
Writing
Reading
Band 4
Band 5
Band 6

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by:
a) exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a) participating in
conversations and
discussions
b) carrying out a variety of
language functions
c) making plans and

Level 1
Talk about
catastrophes

1. Answering
comprehension
questions

Critical Thinking (CT)

Level 2
Identifying main ideas
in texts

2. Simple quiz

Future Study (FS)

3. Answering MCQs

Mastery Learning (ML)

4. Text completion

Knowledge Acquisition
(KA)

Level 3
Giving opinions on
article related to the
topic.
Identifying cause and
effect in simple texts.

5. Flow chart

Thinking Skill (TS)

6. Mini debate

Learning How to Learn


(LHTL)

7. Engaging in

ICT

arrangement
2.0 LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE
2.2 Process information by:
a) skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
b) extracting main ideas and
details
c) drawing conclusion
d) using dictionaries
e) making short notes and
mapping out ideas
3.0 LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
3.1 Listen to, read and view
and respond to literary
works by:
a) reciting poems with
feelings and expression

Level 1
Reading silently a
variety of materials in
print
Level 2
Identifying supporting
details or ideas
Level 3
Making simple
predictions by giving
reasons
Level 1
Retelling the contents
in ones words
Level 2
Telling the sequence of
events
Level 3
Write simple
conclusions

conversations
Eg:
Usage of WH questions
8. Display information
on the board
9. Vocabulary
Similes

Constructivism (CVT)
Contextualism (CX)
Study Skill (SS)
Preparation for the
Real World (PRW)

1. Table completion
2. Mind map
3. Brainstorming
4. Role-playing the
situation
5. Information
transfer / group work
6. Rearrange the
sequence of events in
the story
7. Grammar
Collective nouns
Plural nouns
8. Vocabulary
Similes

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Multiple Intelligences
(MI)

Revision (Ujian Bulan Ogos)

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28 Aug
1 Sept
36
4 8 Sept
37
9 17 Sept
38
18 22
Sept
39
25 29
Sept
40
2 6 Oct
41
9 13 Oct
42
16 20 Oct
43
23 27 Oct
44
30 Oct
3 Nov
45
6 10 Nov
46
13 17 Nov
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Discussion and corrections


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Final Countdown
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Drilling
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Preparation for PT3
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