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Form 4 English Language Scheme of Work 2016

SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN METHODIST (M.E.S)


ENGLISH YEARLY PLAN FOR FORM 4, 2016
WEEK
1
2

DATE
THEME/
BEGIN
END
TOPIC
4-Jan
8-Jan CHAPTER 1
11-Jan
15-Jan People

Social Issues

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Language For Interpersonal Use


a. take part in discussions
b. introducing oneself
c. keep a daily journal
d. write an informal letter
Language For Informational Use
a. identifying main ideas
b. reading materials in print

ACTIVITIES

1. Group discussion.
2. Answer wh-questions
3. Talking about oneself
(experiences, etc.)
4. Writing down significant happenings form time to time.
5. Scanning for specific ideas.
6. Look for required information in a text.
7. Following sequence of ideas.
8. Reciting a poem
9. Composing a poem.

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

Thinking Skills:
identifying causes
Multiple
Intelligences

GRAMMAR

SVA

Language For Aesthetic Use


LIVING PHOTOGRAPHS
a. reciting poem
b. composing simple poems
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4

18-Jan
25-Jan

22-Jan CHAPTER 2
29-Jan People

24-Jan Thaipusam

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Talk about experiences such as helping to look after grandparent, Thinking Skills:

Modals:

a. talk about oneself


b. give instructions and advice

2. Responding to questions politely by giving required information


3. Skimming and scanning for specific ideas.
4. Summarize: identify main idea.
5. Jot down key words and phrases.
6. Describing characters and setting
7. Explanation of plot and sequence of events

need to,
should
Articles

Language For Informational Use


a. read a web page
b. identify main idea
c. interpreting non-linear text

evaluating
Multiple
Intelligences

Language For Aesthetic Use


LIVING PHOTOGRAPHS
a. structural element
b. conveying message

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WEEK BEGIN

DATE
END

THEME/
TOPIC

1-Feb

5-Feb CHAPTER 3

8-Feb

12-Feb Environment

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Language For Interpersonal Use

ACTIVITIES

1. Persuading someone to do something in simple language.

a. carrying out a variety of language function 2. Silent reading & reading aloud of current interest.
3. Drawing conclusions

8-Feb CNY
9-Feb CNY
10-Feb CUTI PERISTIWA
11-Feb CUTI GANTI 1
12-Feb CUTI GANTI 2
7

15-Feb

19-Feb

8
9

22-Feb
29-Feb

26-Feb CHAPTER 4
4-Mar People

Language For Informational Use

4. Understand context clues.

a. obtain information
b. process information

5. True / False statements


6. Writing a short article on the environment.

c. composing short text

7. Talking about the message of the poem.

Thinking Skills:
Identifying true
/false
statements

GRAMMAR

Present
Perfect
Tense
Punctuation:

Multiple
Intelligences

Capital
letters,
commas,
question
marks,
quotation
marks

1. Talking about ones ambition / dreams.

Thinking Skills:

Adverbs of

2. Summarize main points in a table.


3. Identifying points in a text.

Evaluating
ICT Skills:

Degree
Interrogative

Internet for
research

pronouns

Language For Aesthetic Use


LEAVING NO FOOTPRINT
a. elements in a short story
b. explaining the message
Language For Interpersonal Use
a. talking about oneself and dreams

4. Understand context clues.


Language For Informational Use
a. convert information into a table.
5. Writing an interview of an outstanding achievement.
b. reading an interview
6. Describing the place and time the story took place.
c. present information for different audiences. 7. Narrating sequence of events

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EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

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LEAVING NO FOOTPRINT
a. elements in a short story
b. structural element
DATE
THEME/
WEEK BEGIN
END
TOPIC
10
7-Mar
11-Mar

LEARNING OUTCOMES
MONTHLY TEST 1

11

14-Mar

18-Mar

SEMESTER 1 SHORT BREAK

12

21-Mar

25-Mar CHAPTER 5

13

Health
25-Mar GOOD FRIDAY
28-Mar
1-Apr

Language For Interpersonal Use


a. carrying out language function.
b. respond to questions politely.

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

1. Express concern and offer help.


2. Arranging conversation in the right order.
3. Reading for main ideas.
4. Summarizing the main idea from a web diagram.
5. Write a fact sheet on a common illness.
6. Describe characters and write a description of a character.
7. Write the theme of the story.

Thinking Skills:
Making inferences
Multiple
Intelligences:
Linguisticverbal/bodilykinesthetic

Past Perfect
Tense
Verb Forms

Language For Interpersonal Use


a. obtain goods and services

1. Make enquiries about a product.


2. Identify the correct statements.

Sentence
connectors

Language For Informational Use


a. listening to a radio talk.

3. Read and identify the sequence of ideas in an informal talk.


4. Writing an informal talk.
5. Drawing conclusions from an informal talk.

Thinking Skills:
Comparing and
contrasting
Preparation for the
real world:
Occupations in
the field of

Nouns
functioning
as adjectives

Language For Informational Use


a. scanning for specific information.
b. Linking the main ideas.
c. Expanding notes and outlines.

Punctuation:
colon

Language For Aesthetic Use


CHANGING THEIR SKIES
a. elements in short story
b. structural element
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4-Apr

8-Apr CHAPTER 6

15
16

11-Apr
18-Apr

15-Apr Science and


22-Apr Technology

b. discerning sequence of ideas.

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c. expanding notes

6. Search occupations that are relevant in the field of science and


technology
7. Identify imagery in the poem.

d. drawing conclusion

8. Understand the messages in the poem.

science and
technology

Sequence
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e. presenting information in non-linear forms.


Language For Aesthetic Use
CHANGING THEIR SKIES

WEEK BEGIN

DATE
END

THEME/
TOPIC

17

25-Apr
29-Apr CHAPTER 7
1-May LABOUR DAY

18

2-May

6-May People

a. elements in short story


b. structural element
LEARNING OUTCOMES

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Discuss about personal experiences (helping people, etc.) in


pairs/groups. 2. Note important details.

Thinking Skills:

Adjectives of

a. talking about personal experiences.

3. Convert information into a graph.

Drawing
conclusions

quality for

4. Identifying supporting details.

Language For Informational Use

describing a
character

a. listening to spoken text.

5. Find evidence to support statements. 6. Identify main events in


the correct sequence.
7. Write a simple narrative.

b. presenting information.
c. reading materials in print.

8. Describe characters and setting.


9. Identifying the plot.

Punctuation:

d. extracting main ideas.

10. Identifying the message and values in the short story.

semi colon

e. write recounts.

Negative
Prefixes

Infinitives as
objects of
verbs

Language For Aesthetic Use


Revision: Poems and short stories
a. structural elements
b. conveying message
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9-May

13-May

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REVISION

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21

16-May 20-May
21-May VESAK DAY
23-May 27-May

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30-May
3-Jun
4-Jun AGONG'S B/DAY
23
6-Jun
10-Jun
DATE
THEME/
WEEK BEGIN
END
TOPIC
24

13-Jun

17-Jun CHAPTER 8

Social Issues

MID YEAR EXAMINATION

SEMESTER 1 HOLIDAYS

LEARNING OUTCOMES

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Express concern and sympathy.

Thinking Skills:

a. carrying out language function.

2. Exchange ideas on how society can help the elderly.

b. identifying different points of view.

3. Design a card / write a letter to express concern and to comfort.

Making inferences complements


of the
Multiple
verb to be
Intelligence:

Language For Informational Use


a. listening to spoken text.

4. Listen to a telephone conversation and note important details.


5. Read a poem and seek correct answers to multiple choice
questions.
6. Identifying the theme.

Infinitive as

Linguistic- verbal/

Concrete and

bodily- kinesthetic

abstract
nouns

b. reading materials in print.


Present
Continuous

Language For Aesthetic Use


CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE
a. structural element
b. conveying message

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26

20-Jun
24-Jun CHAPTER 9
22-Jun N QURAN Social Issues
27-Jun

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Respond to questions politely by giving the required information.

Using the

a. responding to complains.

2. Give feedback about a service.


3. Read extracts from letters of complain and skim for gist.

bibliography
Values

Language For Informational Use

4. Understand context clues.

Citizenship

Gerunds as

a. reading materials in print.

5. Writing a formal letter of complain.

Education:
Courageous acts

compliments
of the

1-Jul

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Tense

Adjectives
functioning
as nouns

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b. skimming for ideas.

6. Revision on poems and short stories.

verb to be

c. meaning of text.
d. expanding outlines.

Punctuation:
exclamation
mark

Language For Aesthetic Use


CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE
a. structural element b. conveying message
WEEK BEGIN

DATE
END

THEME/
TOPIC
8-Jul CHAPTER 10

27

4-Jul

28

11-Jul

15-Jul Environment

29

18-Jul

22-Jul Science &

4-Jul
5-Jul
6-Jul
7-Jul
8-Jul

Technology
CUTI GANTI 3
CUTI PERISTIWA
HRP
HRP
CUTI GANTI 4

LEARNING OUTCOMES

25-Jul
1-Aug

29-Jul CHAPTER 11
5-Aug Science &
Technology
Values

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EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Offer advice.

Multiple

Prepositions

a. exchanging ideas and opinions.

2. Exchange ideas on topics of interest.

Intelligence:

of direction

b. solving problems and making decision.

3. Make recommendations and suggest ways to solve a problem.

visual- spatial

Preposition

4. Read a brochure scan for details.

ICT Skills:

of purpose

5. Identifying supporting details.


6. Use headings to understand main points.
7. Write a brochure for water campaign.
8. Identify theme and message of poem.
9. Identify setting and cultural background.
10. Identify the poetry devices personification, metaphor, etc.

Search for
information

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Talk about ones preferences.

Thinking Skills:

Prepositions

a. exchanging opinions on topics of interest.


b. discussing plans and arrangements.

2. Discuss plans and arrangements writing a report about an event.


3. Listen to a report and note important details.

Making
interpretations;

of time
Preposition

c. making decisions.

4. Read a report and identify main ideas and supporting ideas; interpret non-linear text
such as tables and graphs; understand contextual clues.

sequencing

of place

5. Retell a story in ones word.

Multiple

or position

Language For Informational Use


a. scanning for specific information.
b. identifying point of views.
c. writing description.
Language For Aesthetic Use
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS
a. elements in DRAMA
b. structural element

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a. listening to spoken text.

6. Narrating sequence of events.


7. Identify characters, themes.

Intelligence
musical,

b. extracting main ideas.

8. Identify theme, setting and cultural background.

c. interpreting non-linear text.

9.Identify the values embedded in the short story.

logicalmathematical

DATE
END

THEME/
TOPIC

comparison
regular forms
Punctuation:
hypen

Language For Aesthetic Use


Revision: Poems and short stories
a. structural elements
b. conveying message
WEEK BEGIN

Adjectives of

LEARNING OUTCOMES

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

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8-Aug

12-Aug CHAPTER 12

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Respond to questions politely by giving the required information.

Thinking Skills:

Connectors:

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15-Aug

19-Aug Environment

a. carrying out language function.


b. reading materials in print.
c. responding to questions orally.

2. Read topics of current interest.


3. Exchange opinions.
4. Listen to panel discussion and note important details.

Evaluating;
Making
interpretations

conjunction,
logical
connectors

Language For Informational Use

5. Identify main ideas jot down key words and phrases.


6. Read point of view to identify supporting details and to understand
context
7. Draw clues.
conclusions identify cause and effect.

Simple
compound
and
complex

8. Summarize identify points of view. 9. Recite the poem.


10. Write a paragraph stating ones opinion of the poem.
11. Identify theme, setting and cultural background.

sentence

People

a. listening to spoken text.


b. scanning for specific information.
c. identifying different points of view.
d. drawing conclusions.
e. summarizing information.
Language For Aesthetic Use
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS
a. elements in DRAMA
b. structural element
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22-Aug

26-Aug CHAPTER 13

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Persuade someone to do something.

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29-Aug

2-Sep Environment

a. carrying out language function.

2. Keep a journal a trip.

b. reading materials in print.

3. Exchange opinions about the clearing of a forest for development.

c. responding to questions orally.

4. Suggest ways to solve environmental problems.

People
31-Aug NATIONAL DAY

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Values and
Citizenship
Education:

Possessive
adjectives
and
possessive
pronouns

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Language For Informational Use


a. listening to spoken text.
b. scanning for specific information.
c. identifying different points of view.
d. drawing conclusions.
e. summarizing information.

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5. Read a journal and scan for details.
6. Identify context clues and supporting details.
7. Summarize: identify relevant information.
8. Make inferences: meaning of words and phrases.
9. Write a journal entry about a place based on articles, books, magazine and
brochures.
10. Talk about values in the poem.
11. Write a paragraph whether the values in the poem are meaningful to ones
life.
12. Identify theme in the poem.

Collective
responsibility,
Involvement in
world organization.

Demonstrativ
epronouns
Punctuation:
brackets
Dictation

Language For Aesthetic Use


DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS
a. elements in DRAMA
b. structural element

DATE
WEEK BEGIN
END
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5-Sep

THEME/
TOPIC

9-Sep CHAPTER 14

Environment
People

LEARNING OUTCOMES

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Persuade someone to do something.

Values and

Possessive

a. carrying out language function.

2. Keep a journal a trip.

Citizenship

b. reading materials in print.

3. Exchange opinions about the clearing of a forest for development. Education:

adjectives
and
possessive

c. responding to questions orally.


Language For Informational Use

4. Suggest ways to solve environmental problems.


5. Read a journal and scan for details.
6. Identify context clues and supporting details.

Collective
responsibility,

a. listening to spoken text.


b. scanning for specific information.

7. Summarize: identify relevant information.


8. Make inferences: meaning of words and phrases.

Involvement in
world

Demonstrativ
e
pronouns
Punctuation:

c. identifying different points of view.

9. Write a journal entry about a place based on articles, books,


magazine and brochures.
10. Talk about values in the poem.
11. Write a paragraph whether the values in the poem are
meaningful to ones life.

organization.

brackets

d. drawing conclusions.
e. summarizing information.

pronouns

Dictation

12. Identify theme in the poem.


Language For Aesthetic Use
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS
a. elements in DRAMA
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12-Sep
16-Sep
12-Sep HRH

SEMESTER 2 SHORT BREAK

16-Sep MALAYSIA DAY


DATE
THEME/
WEEK BEGIN
END
TOPIC
38

19-Sep

23-Sep CHAPTER 15

Values
People

LEARNING OUTCOMES

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

Language For Interpersonal Use

1. Write a message to persuade youths to support world peace.

Thinking Skills:

Adjective and

a. solving problems and making decisions.

2. Discuss about events and activities that could promote

Making

preposition

b. exchange ideas and opinions.

intercultural understanding and harmony.

associations,

combination

Language For Informational Use


a. reading materials in print.
b. identifying point of views.

3. Read an article and give opinions.


4. To predict the future based on a text pertaining to UNESCO.
5. Summarize: ensuring readability.
6. Identify cultural background.

Comparing
and contrasting

Adverbs
of time

c. predict outcomes.
d. summarizing information.

Adverbs of

7. Identify the sequence of events and plot.

frequency
Punctuation:
underline
for emphasis

Language For Aesthetic Use


DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS
a. elements in DRAMA
b. structural element
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40

26-Sep
3-Oct

30-Sep CHAPTER 16
7-Oct Science

2-Oct M HIJRAH & Technology

Language For Interpersonal Use


a. talking about ones interest.
b. Exchange ideas and opinions.
c. solving problems and making decisions.
Language For Informational Use
a. discerning sequence of ideas.
b. extracting main ideas and details.

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1. Talking about ones future.


2. Discuss about Earths future.
3. Discussing ways to solve problems cause and effect
relationships.
4. Read descriptive accounts: follow sequence of ideas.
5. Identify supporting details and understand context clues.
6. Summarize: ensure relevance.
7. Stating evidence and reasons based on a text.
8. Writing a descriptive account: world in the future.

Thinking Skills:
Thinking Skills:
Solving problems,

Passive
construction
using has
and had
Identify
Adverbs
causes and effects of manner
Preparation For
The Real World:

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c. summarizing information.

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9. Revision: 6 poems and 5 short stories. - theme, plot, characters setting, cultural background - values, message - poetry devices

Vision 2020

d. drawing conclusions.
e. present information.
Language For Aesthetic Use
Revision: Poems and short stories
a. structural elements
b. conveying message
DATE
THEME/
WEEK BEGIN
END
TOPIC
41
10-Oct
14-Oct
42
43
44

17-Oct
21-Oct
24-Oct
28-Oct
29-Oct DEEPAVALI
31-Oct
4-Nov

LEARNING OUTCOMES

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

GRAMMAR

REVISION
YEAR END EXAMINATION

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7-Nov

11-Nov

POST MORTEM

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14-Nov

18-Nov

REFLECTION

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21-Nov

25-Nov

DOCUMENTATION

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49
50
51
52

28-Nov
5-Dec
12-Dec
19-Dec
26-Dec

2-Dec
9-Dec
16-Dec
23-Dec
30-Dec

YEAR END HOLIDAYS

11-Dec SELANGOR SULTAN'S B/DAY


12-Dec NABI MUHAMMAD'S B/DAY
25-Dec CHRISTMAS

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FORM 4
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
SCHEME OF WORK
2016

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