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ENGLISH DAY YEARLY PLAN 2017

LAHAD DATU
WEEK : 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
MONTH : 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12
SCHOOL : SMK AGASEH, LAHAD DATU

DATE / TIME ACTIVITY / OBJECTIVE OUTPUT OUTCOME

10 JAN 2017 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH DAY Assembly / Students are prepared to:
(7.00 A.M. English be involved actively and
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Periods learn meaningfully in the
Promote the English Day and its aims during an assembly/ English activities conducted.
English periods

OBJECTIVE:
Students will be able to:
carry out the activities planned for the purpose of learning
increase their English proficiency in the four main skills
(L, S, R, W)

17 JAN 2017 SPELLING BEE Realia Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. (everyday name the objects seen and
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES objects used spell the words correctly
Teacher shows objects. Students name the object shown to them in the house)
and later spell the words.
Students with the highest score will be given prizes.

OBJECTIVE:
Students will be able to:
name the objects seen and spell the words correctly.
24 JAN 2017 MAKING BIRTHDAY CARDS Birthday cards Students are able to :
(7.00 A.M. Manila cards use appropriate greetings to
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : coloured pens wish their friends on their
Teacher gives examples of greetings found in cards. birthdays.
Students make their own cards creatively.
The finished cards will be compiled for display.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
use appropriate greetings to wish their friends on their birthdays.
create self-made birthday cards.

31 JAN 2017 QUIZ Sample of an Students are able to:


(7.00 A.M. article, answer multiple-choice
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : worksheets questions.
Teacher pastes an article in every class one week before the
English Day.
Teacher asks the students to read and understand the article as a
preparation for the quiz.
Teacher conducts a short quiz based on the article given.

OBJECTIVE :
Students will be able to answer multiple choice questions.

7 FEB 2017 SING ALONG Worksheets, Students are able to:


(7.00 A.M. A song improve their intonation and
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : pronunciation.
Teacher distributes the lyrics of the song to the students.
Teacher plays the audio.
Teacher demonstrates how to sing the song.
Students sing along with their teachers.
OBJECTIVE:
Students will be able to improve their intonation and
pronunciation.

POEM RECITAL
14 FEB 2017 NST Issue 9 Students are able to:
(7.00 A.M. ACTIVITIES Page 12 recite the poem with correct
5. 00 PM.) Teacher distributes copies of poem to each group Copies of intonation and expression
Members from each group recite the poem poem for each compose a song based on
Each group compose a song based on the poem group the poem given
Group presentation

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
recite the poem with correct intonation and expression
compose a song based on the poem given (eg: Happy Birthday
rhythm)

21 FEB 2017 LANGUAGE GAMES NST Issue 20 Students are able to:
(7.00 A.M. Page 8&9 read the 10 sentences given
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Flash Cards using correct pronunciation
Teacher distributes flash cards to students of the 10 identify the correct answers
Students read the sentences in the flash cards sentences from the 10 sentences
Students identify the correct answers from the flash cards provided

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
read the 10 sentences given using correct pronunciation
identify the correct answers from the 10 sentences provided
28 FEB 2017 LABELLING THE PICTURES Students are able to:
(7.00 A.M. Dictionary, identify and label the items in
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES Mahjong the pictures
In groups, choose pictures from the newspaper papers improve their pronunciation
Identify what they can see in the pictures Pictures
Label the pictures by:
drawing a line from the identified object
saying the words
writing the words
spell the words
pronounce the words

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
identify and label the selected items in the pictures correctly
pronounce the words correctly.
7 MAR 2017 WORD-CHAIN
(7.00 A.M.
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES Dictionary, Students are able to:
Teacher gives one different root word to each group. Papers improve their spelling skill
Students will be given 3 minutes to form new words from and form new words
the given root word. correctly
Next, each group will rotate the root words and form other
new words.
Repeat steps (1,2 and 3).
Each group lists all the words on the whiteboard.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
form new words and spell them correctly
14 MAR 2017 MOUTH THIS
(7.00 A.M.
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES: List of Students are able to:
Teacher prepares a list of word that students have problem words /th/, pronounce new words
with such as /th/, /t/, /s/ etc.. /t/, /s/ and spell them
Ask students to sit in pair and distribute a list of words. A passage correctly.
Asks students to take turns to pronounce each word.
Distribute a short passage to each pair, have each pair to
detect each word that resembles to the sound /th/, /t/,
and /s/.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
pronounce new words with correct intonation.
spell the words correctly.
20-24 MAR
2017 1ST. SEMESTER BREAK
28 MAR 2017
(7.00 A.M. RUNNING DICTATION
5. 00 PM.) Students are able to :
ACTIVITIES : Reading text scan and skim the accurate
Teacher prepares a reading text and separates it according to ( Group work) answer based on the reading
the paragraph. text given.
Then, paste the paragraph on the wall in the class. Gets
students to sit in the group of 5.
Each student has their own question and they need to identify
their answer based on the reading text from the first question
until the last question.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
scan the accurate answer based on the reading text.
to memorize their question

4 APR 2017 ACROSTIC POEM


(7.00 A.M. Mahjong Students are able to :
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES: papers create a poem based on
Students divided into 5 in a group. Color pens their own creativity.
Teachers provide the word or vocabulary to each of the group. Markers
Students have to do their own poem based on the word given by (Group work)
the teacher. For example, NEWS.
Based on the word NEWS, students have to create a poem
based on the words given such as
N orth
E ast
W est
S outh

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
create own poem based on their creativity.

11 APR 2017 POSTER DRAWING


(7.00 A.M. Drawing Students are able to:
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES: papers speak aloud at least 3
Teacher asks students to in groups. Coloured sentences from the drawing
Teacher asks students to draw and describe at least 3 things seen pens correctly
in the drawing.
Teacher asks each representative to share their drawing in front of
the class.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
say aloud at least 3 sentences from the drawing correctly.
18 APR 2017 STORY TELLING WITH NSTP Students are able to:
(7.00 A.M. Newspapers retell their story using their
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : own words.
Story telling locate the main idea of the
Pick a story in the newspaper and retell it to the rest of the class. story they have read.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
retell the story they have read using their own words.
locate the main idea of the story they have read.

25 APR 2017 NSTP FAST FACT Newspapers Students are able to:
(7.00 A.M. Scissors read aloud the facts they
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : A reading aloud activity. found from the articles
Involve students to be in groups of 5-6. provided.
Find fast fact of the article taken from the newspaper. share their findings/answers
Paste the article around the classroom. with the rest of the class
Cut into few paragraphs. a.s.a.p.
Students will fill in a fast facts form based on the question asked.
The fastest group who can finish answering the questions
correctly will be the winner.

OBJECTIVES
Students will be able to:
read aloud the facts they found from the articles provided.
share their findings/answers with the rest of the class a.s.a.p.

2 MAY 2017 GLORIOUS MALAYSIA FESTIVALS Students are able to:


(7.00 A.M. Realia listen and state several words
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : (angpows, connected to the festivals.
Teacher asks questions related to the realia/pictures. songkok, write words related to the
What is on my head? Who wears this? (songkok) Xmas tree festivals.
Teacher explains the game : Lets Connect! toy)
Selected students pick a festival card each and show it to their Pictures
classmates in front of the class. Festival cards
The rest of the students state aloud words related to the festivals.
Teacher instructs students to repeat aloud each word mentioned
after their classmates.
Once done, teacher instructs students to work in pair and write
three words each related to the festivals in a table (in their
exercise books).

Hari Raya Deepavali Christmas Chinese


Puasa New Year

ketupat
songkok
mosque

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to:
listen and state several words connected to the festivals.
write words related to the festivals.

LETS CELEBRATE
9 MAY 2017 Students are able to :
(7.00 A.M. ACTIVITES : Food enquire more details of each
5. 00 PM.) Each group of six students has to prepare a feast of their selected Table festival celebrated orally
festival for promoting their cultures. Papers share the information among
A representative from each group has to go round their group members concerning
classmates tables to ask the details of their friends festivals the festivals celebrated
chosen. among different ethnics
The representative returns to the group and share the findings promote respect and
with his/her group. A secretary will write down the details. understanding of cultural
The leader of the group will share the findings with the rest of the differences among different
class orally. ethnics
Finally, lets party.

OBJECTIVES :
Students will be able to :
enquire more details of each festival celebrated orally
share the information among group members concerning the
festivals celebrated among different ethnics
promote respect and understanding of cultural differences among
different ethnics

1-19 MAY
2017 1ST. SEMESTER EXAMINATION

23 MAY 2017 WHO AM I? Papers Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. Exercise state as many words
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : books possible related to a famous
Students sit in groups of six. They discuss and select a famous personality
personality of their choice. List at least 15 words
Brainstorm and write as many words as possible related to their related learnt pertaining to
personality in a minute. famous personalities in
Teacher calls out a representative of each group. writing.
Student needs to read aloud the words written.
Other students guess the personality correctly.
Students are then asked to write down at least15 words heard in
their exercise books as homework.

OBJECTIVES :
Students will be able to :
state as many words possible related to a famous personality
List at least 15 words related learnt pertaining to famous
personalities in writing.
29 MAY-
9 JUNE 2017 1ST. SEMESTER HOLIDAYS
13 JUN 2017 PERSONALITIES SCRABBLES
(7.00 A.M.
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Dictionary Students are able to :
Teacher calls out some students to read aloud words written Papers recall words aloud about
about famous personalities previously. famous personalities
Teacher writes out 10 words on the board. She invites students to arrange 10 words in
arrange them in the correct alphabetical order. alphabetical order
Teacher checks and confirms the arrangement correctly. list as many words possible
In group of 4 6, a student is appointed to be the judge. He/ She related to a word given in a
has a dictionary to check answers. scrabble form
Other students start to compete among themselves to create as famous
many words possible in a form of scrabble manner. Finish all the u ing
10 words provided. new o
The winner with most words for each word provided will be the n
winner after being announced by the judge of the respective eagle
group.

OBJECTIVES : have fun with words
Students will be able to : Example:
recall words aloud about famous personalities
arrange 10 words in alphabetical order
list as many words possible related to a word given in a scrabble
form
have fun with words

20 JUN 2017 ACT OUT! Form 3 Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. Textbook state the correct techniques
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Certificate of in conducting first aid in
Teacher asks students the purpose of learning first aid. Excellence in choking
Ask students to state symptoms of choking for adults and First Aid role play the correct
children. (Form 3 textbook, P.149) (students techniques of first aid
Encourage students to read in pairs silently. Discuss the correct names) correctly.
techniques to follow in case of choking. (P.148)
Invite a reader to read aloud the article while several pairs act out
in front of the class together.
The best group presenters will be awarded a certificate of
excellence in first aid. Display their certificate.

OBJECTIVES :
Students will be able to :
state the correct techniques in conducting first aid in choking
role play the correct techniques of first aid correctly.

27 JUN 2017 ACTION WORDS Newspapers Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. Highlighter read and select the words
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Scissors required to make
Distribute newspapers to each group of 6 students. Glue meaningful sentences
Select and cut out words to arrange them into 10 sentences Coloured pertaining to a topic.
related to a topic. papers cut and paste the words to
Highlight the verb(s) in each sentence. make meaningful
Each representative read aloud the sentences created. sentences.
Display students work in the classroom. read aloud the sentences
OBJECTIVES: with correct pronunciation
Students will be able to : and enunciation
read and select the words required to make meaningful
sentences pertaining to a topic.
cut and paste the words to make meaningful sentences.
read aloud the sentences with correct pronunciation and
enunciation

4 JUL 2017 CHINESE WHISPER


(7.00 A.M.
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES :
Teacher groups students in about 10 students per group.
Teacher writes one sentence on each paper strip. Pen Students are able to :
e.g. We must cut down on red meat like beef and mutton. Papers listen and state the
We must eat more whole meal bread and brown rice. Exercise messages with correct
Teacher instructs students to sit in their group in a circle or a line. books pronunciation and
Teacher gives out the first student of every group a paper strip. enunciation.
After memorizing for a minute, the teacher will collect back the write the messages correctly.
paper strips.
The first student will pass the message by whispering to his/her
friend.
The activity will continue until the last person has received the
message. The last person will say aloud the message.
The winner is the one who has the most correct message given.
Students write the messages heard in their exercise books as
homework.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
listen and state the messages with correct pronunciation and
enunciation.
write the messages correctly.

11 JUL 2017 SPELLING CHAIN Papers


(7.00 A.M.
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Students are able to :
Teacher assigns students in groups of four. create and spell as many
Each group is given a paper with the word FOOD on it. correct words possible from
The first student will think of a word that starts with the last letter a selected word.
of the previous word before passing the paper to the second
student. Example:
The second student will do the same and the chain continues on
for 5 10 minutes. FOOD DOG
Teacher asks each representative to write down the list of words GUN NUMB BAD
on the board.
Teacher checks the spelling.
Teacher announces the group with most correct spelt words as
the winner.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
create and spell as many correct words possible from a selected
word.

BINGO!
18 JUL 2017 Papers Students are able to :
(7.00 A.M. ACTIVITIES : listen to and recognize the
5. 00 PM.) Teacher distributes a piece of paper to each group. words mentioned aloud.
Students in the same group (previously) write down the words identify the correct words
created in the Spelling Chain. and strike them out from the
Each student says aloud a word before striking it out from the list. list one by one.
If anyone from the other groups has the same word, they will
shout out Bingo! and strike out the word from the list.
The first group that has all the words stroke out from their list is
announced as the winner.
OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
listen to and recognize the words mentioned aloud.
identify the correct words and strike them out from the list one by
one.

25 JUL 2017 SING AND RECALL Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. Song sheets listen to and sing a song
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Exercise aloud.
Teacher plays a song on Firework by Katty Perry. books fill in the blanks with the
Students listen to the song. correct nouns and verbs in
Teacher plays the song and students sing the song once. the song sheet.
Teacher distributes the incomplete song sheet with verbs and categorize the words into
nouns being blanked. nouns and verbs
Students listen once again and fill in the blanks.
Check the answers with students.
Students sing aloud.
As homework, students write the words identified in two
categories (Nouns, Verbs) in their exercise books.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
listen to and sing a song aloud.
fill in the blanks with the correct nouns and verbs in the song
sheet.
categorize the words into nouns and verbs

1 AUG 2017 THE PLACE MAT Papers Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. Coloured listen and draw the picture of a
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : pens/pencils place mat with the correct things
Teacher gives instructions orally:- pencils identified.

Pick up a crayon. Draw a cup on the place mat. Draw a plate on


the place mat. The plate is on the place mat. The cup is on the
place mat. Draw a fork on a place mat. Draw a piece of
triangular cake on the plate. Draw some flowers on the place
mat. Enjoy the cake!

Students listen and draw a place mat with all the objects
mentioned according to their locations.
Students colour their drawings.
Students write five sentences to describe their drawings.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
listen and draw the picture of a place mat with the correct things
identified.

8 AUG 2017 SAY IT RIGHT Form 1 Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. textbook read the lines given aloud
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : (P. 128) with correct pronunciation
Teacher read aloud the lines slowly and then fast. and rhythm in the paces
Ask students to say the lines once slowly and then as fast as If a witch required. (slow fast)
possible. The reading will be read individually and follow as a could wish a fill in the blanks with the
group. wish, correct words.
Teacher deletes the words wish, witch, would from the lines. Which witch
Ask students to read aloud line by line slowly by filling in the would you
words. wish a wish?
Then, read once again as fast as possible. If the witch
Students copy down the lines in their exercise books could wish a
wish,
OBJECTIVES : What wish
Students will be able to : would the
read the lines given aloud with correct pronunciation and rhythm witch wish? If
in the paces required. (slow fast) a witch could
fill in the blanks with the correct words. wish a wish!

15 AUG 2017 CHARADES


(7.00 A.M. ACTIVITIES : Papers
5. 00 PM.) Each student writes an invention on a strip of paper. Students are able to :
Teacher collects the pieces of paper and puts them in a box. use various words to guess
Students are divided into groups of 6. the correct inventions.
Teacher announces the time limit for the game and begins it. act out accordingly to the
The first player of the group picks one piece of paper. message needs to be
The player acts out the word with gestures. There should not be related.
no talking.
Others guess the invention.
One point is awarded for every correctly guessed invention.
The group with the most points at the end wins the game.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
use various words to guess the correct inventions.
act out accordingly to the message needs to be related.
22 AUG 2017 STRETCH OUT YOUR HANDS
(7.00 A.M. A passage Students are able to :
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : (Form 1 identify nouns and put up
Teacher reads a passage aloud. textbook, P. their right hands to show
Students need to listen and identify the nouns mentioned. 199) their understanding
They put up their right hands every time a noun is mentioned. write 15 words identified
Teacher checks students responses and correct them if Exercise book correctly.
necessary.

Students in groups of six discuss and write down 15 nouns in


their exercise books.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
identify nouns and put up their right hands to show their
understanding
write 15 words identified correctly.

28 AUG- 1
SEP 2017 SECOND SEMESTER BREAK

BROCHURE OF DENTAL CARE


5 SEP 2017 Students are able to :
(7.00 A.M. ACTIVITIES : Form 2 name types of healthy food,
5. 00 PM.) Teacher discusses the importance of dental care to students textbook precautions to take and
health. (P.124) types of treatment offered in
Students are divided into 4-6 persons per group. Manila cards a private dental clinic.
Teacher invites students to brainstorm the types of healthy food, Papers plan a brochure on dental
ways to improve our dental health and the prices of different Coloured care for the school.
dental treatments in a private clinic. pens
Students can survey the prices of dental treatment in the internet Scissors
or check them out in any local dental clinics. Glue
They discuss the brochure and its contents. Magazines,
Students divide their tasks and prepare for the next week activity. Newspapers

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
name types of healthy food, precautions to take and types of
treatment offered in a private dental clinic.
plan a brochure on dental care for the school.

5 SEP 2017 BROCHURE OF DENTAL CARE


(7.00 A.M. Form 2 Students are able to :
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : textbook create a brochure on dental
Students discuss their findings on types of healthy food, ways to (P.124) care healthy food,
improve our dental health and the prices of different dental Manila cards precautions to take and
treatments in a private clinic. Coloured types of treatment offered in
They outline the contents of the brochure. pens a private dental clinic.
Students complete the brochure. Scissors promote their brochures
Finally, a representative from each group presents their brochure Glue orally.
orally. Magazines,
Newspapers
OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
create a brochure on dental care healthy food, precautions to take
and types of treatment offered in a private dental clinic.
promote their brochures orally.

MY IDEAL PLAYGROUND
12 SEP 2017 Students are able to :
(7.00 A.M. ACTIVITIES : Drawing give opinions on the
5. 00 PM.) Teacher shows a picture of an unattended playground in a papers problems identified in a
housing area. Coloured playground
Conduct a discussion on the scenario and encourage students to pens suggest some improvements
state their opinions for improvement. A picture of an required in a drawing.
Create and draw a scenario/picture individually: Imagine you are unattended
the President of a Town Council, prepare a sketch/ plan on things playground
you would like to improve. Form 2
textbook, P.
OBJECTIVES: 75
Students will be able to :
give opinions on the problems identified in a playground
suggest some improvements required in a drawing.
19 SEP 2017
(7.00 A.M. MY IDEAL PLAYGROUND Drawings Students are able to :
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : give a talk on improvements
Teacher invites students to act as the President of a local Town of a playground from a
Council. drawing.
Students give a short speech on the reasons he/she would like to
improve from his/her drawing on a playground.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
give a talk on improvements of a playground from their drawing.

26 SEP 2017 SYNONYMN TWINS Students are able to :


(7.00 A.M. Dictionary read and say aloud the
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITIES : Papers words chosen.
Encourage each student to prepare 12 pieces of small square Pencils/pens match the pairs of similar
papers. meanings correctly.
Find and write the words with their similar meanings.
In pairs, students place the written sides of the papers face down
on a table/desk in any manner a student finds fit.
In turn, each word is read aloud and student A must find its pair. If
the pair is found, student A continues on with the game.
If it is incorrect, student A loses its turn and student B takes
his/her turn to search for its pair.
The game continues till all the papers are taken away.
The student with most pairs wins the game.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to :
read and say aloud the words chosen.
match the pairs of similar meanings correctly.

3 OCT 2017
(7.00 A.M. 2ND SEMESTER EXAMINATION
5. 00 PM.)

10 OCT 2017
(7.00 A.M. PT3 EXAMINATION
5. 00 PM.)

24 OCT 2017 LETS COMPETE


(7.00 A.M. Students are able to :
5. 00 PM.) ACTIVITY : use their knowledge to
Conduct Inter-class Competitions compete among themselves
in class competitions.
OBJECTIVE :
Sudents will be able to :
use their knowledge to compete among themselves in class
competitions.

SUGGESTIONS

Conduct in the school as competitions for Language/ English Month even after you have done them as class-based.

Collect students work for display in the English Corner and paste their photos to show a sense of acknowledgement and
ownership.

Record their achievements as PBS.

Create a Reward Programme for two semester to select best active students. Reward either with certificates or presents.

Select and adapt to the schools needs and students levels.


The annual plan with tentative dates is just a recommendation.