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LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEM
E

1-2

WHAT
PEOPLE DO
THEME :
PEOPLE

3- 4

VILLAGERS
AND THEIR
LIVELIHOOD
THEME :
PEOPLE

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

Talk about daily
routines.
Talk about friends.
Write a simple
account on one’s
friend’s ambition.
Write a letter to a
friend on one’s
ambition.

Read and
understand excerpts
of brochures on job
descriptions.
Scan for details.
Spell it right.
Listen to an
interview with a
firefighter.
Note important
details.
Identify main ideas.

POEM- I WONDER

Read and
understand an
article on Pulau
Duyung.
Scan for details.
Spell it right.
Listen to a television
programme,’Meeting
People’.
Note important
details.
Describe an activity.
Identify supporting
details.
Sequence ideas.
Make simple

SHORT STORY- One
is One and All Alone

Ask questions
politely to get
information on a
flyer.
Seek clarification
to get certain
information about
an exhibition.
Read topics of
interest and
discuss certain
points with friends.

DATELINE

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Reciting poem

Writing a paragraph
to tell what the poem
is about

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTE
M

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

VOCABULAR
Y

Simple present
tense for
habitual
actions

r/r/ and
l/l/

LHTL
~obtain
information
from different
sources
ICT
~send an email
~get
information
from specific
websites
MI
~social
interaction

Antonyms

s/s/
and
z/z/

Preparation for
real world
~obtain
information.
LHTL
~seek
information
ICT
~using
websites

Synonyms

‘Wh’ words

Talking about themes
in poems
Understanding
figurative
language-images

Giving the sequence
of events in a story
Talking about setting
(time and place) in a
story

Subject-verb
agreement
Punctuationcapital letters
and full stops.

(Notify if
unable
to meet
the
dateline)

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Ask questions to get information. Scan for details. Write an account on a person. Identify main ideas.. SHORT STORY. /e/ and /ae /α:/ and /Λ/ /U/ and /U/: ICT ~get information from specific websites Prefix ‘mis’ - Values ~care for the environment 2 . Congratulate and give compliments and respong appropriately Participate in class discussion. Write a description of a Malaysian handicraft. Simple past tense .One is One and All Alone LHTL ~obtain information from an atlas Values ~diligence. v/v/ and w/w/ Talking about the message the writer is putting across Antonyms ICT ~get information from specific websites Describing characters in the text SHORT STORY. Listen to a news report.6&7 8 Famous faces THEME : PEOPLE 9 -10 STOP AIR POLLUTION THEME : ENVIRONME NT Talk about one’s favourite personalities. Identify key ideas. Write a card to one’s favourite personality. Scan for details. Identify cause and effect Write a composition on pollution in a town. Read and understand an article on a remarkable man. Express congratulations and respond.One is one and All Alone Talking about characters in the story and writing brief descriptions saying what one thinks of a character Adjectives that show qualities. predictions. Take dictation. Make simple predictions. Listen to a conversation. Answer questions and give details. Identify main ideas. Participate in class discussion. Take dictation. hardwork Future tense using ‘going to’ Punctuation – question marks. Read and understand an interview. Read topics of interest and discuss certain points with friends. Identify supporting details. Note important details. Note important details.

Answer questions and give details. Note important details. Participate in a discussion. Tell what the text is about. Formation of the plural words ending with ‘f’ and ‘fe’. Identify main ideas. / αu/ and /әu/ /э: / and /Ə/ LHTL ~obtain information from an atlas Prefix ‘re’ Values ~safety Values ~express appreciation. Note important details. Listen to a news bulletin on the after effects of a flash flood. Read and understand an internet article on flash floods. Scan for details. Spell it right. co-operation Suffix ‘ful’ - Thinking skill ~creative and critical thinking MI ~kinesthetic intelligence Relating the setting to one’s life 3 .HEIR CONDITIONING Reciting a poem Writing a paragraph to tell what the poem is about Talking about setting in poems Prepositions of direction. Listen to a conversation between two concerned mothers. Punctuation – exclamation marks. Write a simple account on a flash flood. Complete a newspaper report. Identify main ideas. Offer help and respond appropriately. Scan for details.12&13 FLOOD WOES THEME : ENVIRONME NT 14 .One is One and All Alone Talking about values found in the text POEM. /I/ and /i: / Negative statements. Read and understand a talk on the importance of play to children. Draw obvious conclusions. Draw obvious SHORT STORY.15 GIVE US SPACE TO RUN AND PLAY THEME : ENVIRONME NT Ask questions to get information. Spell it right. Design a thank you card to express appreciation. Express satisfaction and dissatisfaction on a playground in one’s neighbourhood.

Read and understand excerpts of a diary. Fill in a registration form. Write an account on how one spent the holidays. Participate in class discussion. Draw obvious conclusions. and ‘un’ Pronouns – subjects and object pronouns /ea/ and /uә/ Thinking skill ~solve problem MI ~kinesthetic intelligence Synonyms - ICT ~reply to an e-mail ~get 4 .conclusions.HEIR CONDITIONING Read and understand an article on how to build a healthy friendship. Identify main ideas. Article ‘the’ ed/t /and ed/d/ Talking about values found in the text Talking about themes Suffix ‘less’ Thinking skill ~critical thinking MI ~kinesthetic intelligence Relating events and values in the poem to one’s life Saying what one thinks of the poem Describing characters in the text Values ~hard work . Note important REVISION FOR LITERATURE Talking about themes in poems Punctuation – apostrophe for contractions. Write a simple account on a gotong-royong activity. Listen to a talk on how to spend the holidays beneficially. Note important details. Make further enquiries via a telephone. participation Negative adjectives using ‘im. Listen to the views of three students on friendship. Make enquiries as to what a sports centre offers. Read and understand a simple table. Take dictation. 16 & 17 TIME IS GOLD THEME : SOCIAL ISSUES 18 & 19 WHAT ARE FRIENDS FOR THEME : SOCIAL ISSUES Understand the types of services available at a sports centre. Scan for details. Spell it right. POEM. Talk about qualities one looks for in a friend. Scan for details. Identify key ideas.

FEELING GREAT Ask questions politely. Apply process writing skills on proper dental care. Give advice. and Take dictation. Identify supporting details. 24 . events in a story Note important details. Synonyms Thinking skill ~creative thinking Preparation for real world -obtain information -learn nutritional value on A group of words that are related to one another - 5 . Identify main ideas. Follow sequence of ideas. Identify main ideas. Draw obvious conclusions. s/s/ N Scan for details. Give instructions orally. Read topics of interest and share information with in poems WEEK 20 &21 -MID-YEAR EXAMINATION WEEK 22 & 23. Identify supporting details. Giving the Listen to a talk on sequence of personal hygiene. sound RUMPELSTILTSKI breakfast. information from specific websites Knowledge acquisition ~learn about a famous author. Follow sequence of ideas. THEME : HEALTH 26-27 FOOD FOR THOUGHT THEME : HEALTH Give advice on a healthy diet. connectors and and N Scan for details. s/z/ Listen to the advice on proper ways to cook vegetables. Identify key ideas.details. Reply a letter from a friend to offer advice. Read and understand a Preposition ‘of’ Ending talk on the importance of DRAMA – Modal verbs.25 LOOKING GOOD.MID-YEAR BREAK (29/5-13/6) Read and understand a Connectors es/iz/ie DRAMA – letter on what beauty ( sequence s /aiz/ RUMPELSTILTSKI means. Identify key ideas. Participate in a discussion. conjuctions ) ves/vzl/ Spell it right.

Make further enquiries about the activities offered. Identify supporting details. Identify main ideas. Listen to a briefing before a cross-country race. Draw obvious conclusions. Read and understand an article on organic farming.32 GOING ORGANIC THEME : SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOG Understand the sports activites offered during a sports awareness campaign. Read topics of interest and Note important details. Make simple predictions.29 FUN WAYS TO FITNESS THEME : HEALTH 30. Identify cause and effect. Read and understand a web page on skateboarding. Follow sequence of ideas. Write a simple message to persuade a friend. Give oral abd written instructions to make compost. Persuade a friend to try a sports activity. 28. Listen to the views on Talk about place.friends. Take dictation. Apply process writing skills on the topic ‘What is a healthy diet’. Identify supporting details. Note important details. Scan for details. Sequence ideas. Knowledge acquisition ~learn about food pyramid ICT ~get information from specific websites Adjectives of comparisons Possessive pronouns Talking about characters in a story and w riting a simple paragraph on one or tw o characters/ DRAMA RUMPELSTILTSKI N Talking about the message the Past tense form ed/d/ and ed/id/ LHTL ~obtain information from different sources A group of words that are related to one another ICT ~read a web page Values ~safety Uncountable nouns Prepositions of place Stresse s in two or three syllable words Values ~family. Follow sequence of ideas in a diagram. Write an account of a sports event. Identify main ideas. Spell it right. care for the environment Contextual clues - ICT ~get information 6 . time and characters in a story DRAMA RUMPELSTILTSKI N food labels. Scan for details. Talk about a trip to an agrotourism farm.

Scan for details. Spell it right. Read topics of interest and discuss certain points with friends. Identify supporting details. from specific websites writer is putting across DRAMA RUMPELSTILTSKI N Talk about values found in the drama Simple present tense for facts that are generally true Future form using ‘will’ Stresse s in compo und words LHTL ~obtain information from various sources on medicinal plants. organic farming. Identify main ideas. Note important details.Y 33 -34 OUR GREEN HERITAGE THEME : SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOG Y discuss certain points with friends. Identify main ideas. Follow sequence of ideas. Write an account on a trip to Happy Agrofarm Participate in a discussion. Listen to a description about a nature trip. Note important details. Write a description about a trip to the National Park. Identify supporting details. Identify key ideas. Contextual clues ICT ~get information from specific websites Knowledge acquisition ~learn about pitcher plants 7 . Read and understand an extract from an encyclopedia on unusual plants. Follow sequence of ideas in a diagram.

Listen to a talk on technology and its effects. Scan for details. SHORT STORY AND DRAMA Adverbs of place and time Punctuation – apostrophe to show Contra ctions Knowledge acquisition ~learn about debates Change nouns to adjectives - ICT ~get information from specific websites Thinking skill ~critical and creative thinking 8 . Spell it right.38 INNOVATION S IN TECHNOLOG Y THEME : SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOG Y Talk about latests innovations. Identify main ideas. DRAMA RUMPELSTILTSKIN Say what one thinks about the text Give sequence of events Talk about characters in the text REVISION FOR POEMS. Participate in class discussion. Write a composition describing one’s innovation.36 . Identify key ideas. Read and understand an article on robots. Read about the latests innovations and discuss the changes and benefits they bring to a man. Note important details..