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1.1 By the end of the 6- 1.1.1 Able to speak with correct word stress. 1.1.1- Homophone: Identifying and
year primary distinguishing between the spelling :
schooling, pupils will e.g;sore (saw)
be able to pronounce right (write)
words and speak sea (see)
confidently with the
correct stress, 1.1.2- Recite and act out the poem by mimicking
rhythm and 1.1.2 Able to listen to and recite poems,
tongue twisters, and sing songs e.g;(any suitable poem) Itsy Bitsy Spider.
paying attention to pronunciation,
rhythm and intonation.

1.1.3 Able to talk about related topics with 1.1.3- Impromptu speech; Talk about
guidance. hobby/ambition/favourite/food/drink/movie


2.1.3 Able to listen to. LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1.2.2. 1. appropriately in formal (d) show appreciation resources and informal situations for a 1.5 Able to talk on topics of interest in formal situations with guidance.2.a) How to cross the road? year primary conversations: How to keep your school clean? schooling. pupils are to prepare display sheet with bubble map.1 Able to participate in daily 1.4 Able to participate in conversations with peers. instructions. pupils will (a) make suggestions be able to listen and (b) respond to suggestions b) Q&A sessions .2 By the end of the 6. and give topic variety of purposes. vi . C) Pair works with related topic. follow and give directions to places around their town and state .2 Able to listen. 1. follow.Give responses to suggestion in respond (c) volunteer to complete a task verbal manner or draw circle.2. 1. Example.2. Key words 1.

(e) predicting vii .3. Eg: saying thank you for the help. safety tips schooling.3. 1.2. ask for directions texts in a variety of (b) giving main ideas contexts.4.1 Able to listen to and demonstrate 1. pupils will oral texts by: ii. leave messages and respond to oral (a) asking and answering questions iv.Role play: A tourist asking for directions from a local.3.Blind Leading The Blind. 1. A group of pupils give instructions to a blindfolded friend to walk through hurdles safety. 1.5.3 By the end of the 6. (c) giving supporting details b) Writing down main ideas in tree maps about a (d) sequencing topic and talk about it.2.2. LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES d) Do a role play of a dialogue in pairs or groups to show appreciation after asking for help/direction.Good manners: Pupils act out a scene on social manners. 1. taking messages be able to understand iii. 1.1-a) Telephone conversations on : year primary understanding of i. giving compliment for their achievement. 1.2.2.Public Speaking/ Speech Giving/ A Retiring Teacher/ Recycling /Blogging.

d) Flow chart e) Double Bubble Map Item 1 Similarity Item 2 viii .

3 (a) Pupils give main ideas based on the understanding of texts by: text in the circle map or bubble map (a) giving main ideas and supporting details (b) Arrange the sentence strips in (b) sequencing sequence. (b) Read the text and identify the idioms.2.4 Able to apply dictionary skills: 2. (anaphoric) demonstrate (i) before the word understanding of a (anaphoric) She looked sad when I saw Susan variety of linear and (ii) after the word (cataphoric) yesterday.2.2. print materials using Match idioms to their meanings. 2.2. ( cataphoric ) non-linear texts in the (b) identifying idioms form of print and non.3 Able to read and demonstrate a range of strategies to construct meaning.2 Able to read and understand phrases 2. 2.1 Able to apply word attack skills by: 2.4 (a) Pupils look for the abbreviations in the (a) recognise abbreviations dictionary (b) understand meaning of (b) Look for the meanings of words in words in context the dictionary in relation to the contexts.2 By the end of the 6. ix .2 (a ) Read the text and answer wh-questions and sentences from: (b) Complete the table based on the (a) linear texts information (b) non-linear texts 2.2. She looked be able to of words : sad. 2. pupils will (a) using contextual clues to get meaning Example : I saw Susan yesterday.1 (a) Pupils read the text and identify the year primary pronouns schooling. READING LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 2. (c) predicting (c) Predict ending of the story.

2.3 By the end of the 6. LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 2.fiction independently for information and enjoyment. schooling.1 Able to read for information and 2.3.3. pupils will (a) fiction be able to read (b) non.1 Keep a reading record (NILAM) : talk year primary enjoyment with guidance: about the book they have read. x .

2 Reinforcement of cursive writing. correct spelling: • Get all pupils to write in cursive writing.2 Ideas to teach writing : parallel writing. 3. reply an informal letter about your (c) informal letters holiday.1 Able to write in neat legible print with 3. 3. pupils will be able to form letters and words (a) sentences b) Write a paragraph based on the sentence strips. 3.2. (a) sentences (b) paragraphs 3. composite pictures.2. etc. correct spelling: a) Match phrases and write out the sentences.1. pupils will (a) linear texts be able to write using (b) non-linear texts appropriate language.1 Ex: based on a recipe. schooling.1 Substitution table year primary schooling.1. WRITING LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 3.2 Able to write with guidance: 3.2 By the end of the 6 3.2.1 Able to transfer information with 3. xi .2.1. form and style for a range of purposes. in neat legible print (b) paragraphs including cursive writing. picture (b) poems series.1 By the end of the 6.1.2 Able to write in neat cursive writing with 3. transfer information to a year primary guidance to complete: dialogue. use of (a) stories substitution table.

create a mind map. 3. form and style.2. Rewrite the paragraph.3.2. running dictation. By the end of the 6. etc. 3.1 a) Write a short paragraph: power point year primary variety of media with presentations.3. 3.4 Able to spell words by applying spelling 3. dictation. 3.3 Fill in the blanks. a variety of media using appropriate language. formal rules.2.1 Able to create texts using a 3. 3. schooling. scrap book.3 Able to use punctuation correctly. blogging. xii .2. pupils will guidance: booklets.4 Ex: spelling games. be able to write and (a) non-linear present ideas through (b) linear b) Based on a passage.3.

Pupils are given smiley faces / finger or stick year primary songs through non.2 A proficient pupil is selected to recite the jazz chant or poem/ sing songs with correct stress pronunciation.1. the teacher could also be the model.2.verbal response. 4. 4.1 By the end of the 6. texts. xiii . poems and be able to enjoy and 4. Based on the pupils will be able to (a) characters picture ( characters.2.2 By the end of the 6. sing songs. pupils are given a jigsaw puzzle and year primary schooling literary texts: they are to form a picture from it. pupils will non-verbal response to the jazz chant.) formed the response to literary (c) values pupils are asked some questions.1.1. graphic novel.1. 4. recite jazz song.1 Able to respond to 4.2 Able to listen to. chants and poems with correct stress poems and songs. short story. Alternatively. appreciate rhymes. LANGUAGE ARTS LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 4.1 Able to enjoy jazz chants. puppets that portray their feelings to show their schooling. setting and scene from the express personal (b) place and time poem.1 In groups.1. rhythm and intonation thus modeling the language while other pupils follow suit. 4. pronunciation. poems and 4. rhythm and intonation.

3. Actors use only vocal expression to help the audience understand the story rather than visual storytelling such as sets.wikipedia. while other groups guess the scene. produce creative works for Short story . pupils are given parts of the story and are to perform it using the concept of a readers’ theater. ) Source:http://en.3.determined time to show an important moment in the play/production.1 Able to plan. (Reader's Theater is a style of theater in which the actors do or do not memorize their lines instead they read their lines aloud.3.2 Poems – Pupils are asked to sing the enjoyment. LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 4.2 Able to plan. Graphic novel – Pupils are divided into groups. Graphic novel/ short story – The pupils are organize and to make a concertina of the book read. (A freeze frame is a drama term used in which. guidance. costumes. in a performance with guidance poem like a song with action. By the end of the 6. prepare and participate 4.In groups. Perhaps sing the based on literary works. 4.3. schooling.) Source : http://en. produce and display 4.Pupils make a shape poem based year primary creative works based on literary on the poem read/recited . the actors will freeze at a particular or pre.wikipedia. pupils texts using a variety of media with will be able to xiv . and intricate blocking.1 Poem . poem using the melody of a famous song. Each group is given a scene from the novel and are asked to do a freeze frame of it.3. during a live performance.

GRAMMAR LEARNING STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Year 5 SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 5. Taboo (Players give word clues to their teammates.1. pupils will (a) common nouns prepositions. adjectives.prepositions.2 Able to use pronouns correctly and -nouns.5 Able to use prepositions -nouns. 5. Charades 5. adverbs. adjectives appropriately: (a) reflexive 2. Broken Telephone/ Chinese Whisper/ Poison Message -conjunctions. Simon Says (b) interrogative -verbs. word classes correctly and appropriately. imperative sentences 5.3 Able to use verbs correctly 3. imperative sentences 5. (a) although trying to avoid the forbidden TABOO words! (b) since Check the Youtube video of “Katy Perry and Ellen Play Taboo” ) 5. verbs. adverbs. verbs.4 Able to use conjunctions correctly and appropriately: 5. schooling. 1.1 Able to use nouns correctly and The activities below could be adapted to teach any year primary appropriately: word class (nouns. articles. verbs (a) simple future tense (b) future continuous tense 4.1.1. Role Play and appropriately: .1 By the end of the 6.1. prepositions. pronouns.1. etc) and be able to use different (b) collective nouns imperative sentences. adjectives correctly and appropriately: (a) over (b) among xv . conjunctions.

imperative sentences 5.1.2 By the end of the 6 – 5. xvi .1. Running Dictation -conjunctions. sentences correctly.1.7 Able to use articles correctly 9. pupils will be able to construct various sentence types correctly.8 Able to use adverbs reading text) correctly and appropriately: (a) frequency (b) degree 5. Guess Who I am (d) across -nouns (e) along (f) against 7. Word Chain/Word Train and appropriately. 8. Word Hunter (Pupils compete to hunt for the nouns/ verbs/ adjectives/ adverbs etc in the 5. 10. Blind Leading the Blind -Imperative sentences 5.1 Able to construct imperative year primary schooling.6 Able to use adjectives correctly and appropriately.2. (c) through 6.