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SMK Taman Tunku, English Department

SCHEME OF WORK (FORM 3 ENGLISH 2018)


No. of Language Pedagogical
Theme Topic Learning Outcomes Specifications Values PBS i-think Remarks
weeks Content Strategies

W1 *Housekeeping * Introduction to Form 3 Syllabus * Briefing on PT3 Exam Format


2/1 – 5/1
*Back to Basic Programme
Summary –People (4th lesson)
W2 -Nouns* Common/Proper* Singular/plural -Nouns *Gender of nouns *Possessive Nouns -
Essay -Describing People (5th lesson)
8/1 – 12/1 *Articles *Determiners
Chap. 1 pg 11
Summary - People (4th lesson)
W3
-*Adjectives -*Verbs-regular/Irregular*Adverbs*Prepositions -*Verb to be, to have, to do Essay -Describing People (5th lesson)
15/1 – 19/1
Chap. 2 pg 25
Summary -People (4th lesson)
W4
-*Subject Verb agreement * Tenses-Simple present, Past, Future * Modals *To infinitives Essay -Describing People (5th lesson)
22 /1– 27/1
Chap. 3 pg 39

W5 They Touch 1.0 Language for


29/2– 3/2 People Our Lives Interpersonal Use
Chp. 1 pg 1
W6 1.1 Make friends and keep Level 1  Politeness Grammar: MI Essay (W5 &
5/2 – 10/2 friendships by: i. Greeting people and  Kindness  The simple CX W6)
a. Introducing oneself; exchanging  Respect present CC  Circle
b. Talking about self, family, pleasantries. tense CCT map *Describing
friends, interests, past ii. Talking about one’s  Adjectives FS people
events, feelings, and experiences.  The simple ML Pg 11
understanding when others iii. Asking questions past tense LHTL
talk about themselves; politely to get  Collective
c. Exchanging ideas and information. nouns Summary
giving opinions on topics of iv. Responding (W5 & W6)
interest; appropriately to *People
questions by stating,
refuting and giving

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d. Taking part in details. Sound B1 DL1 Literature
conversations and v. Listening to and system: Listening to and *Introduce
discussions. discriminating between  Consonants discriminating elements of a
long and short vowels, : consonant Novel) (W5 &
diphthongs, consonant - c /k/ as in clusters and W6)
clusters, homophones, ‘call’ homophones pg 13
homographs, past - r /r/ as in
tense and stress in ‘red’ *Synopsis
compound words. -d/d as in (W5 & W6)
‘sad’
-dd/d as in
‘meddle’
Level 2
vi. Asking questions and Vocabulary:
making statements  Base words
with correct intonation  Synonyms
and word stress to
show emphasis and
sentence rhythm; and
pronouncing words
clearly and correctly.
vii. Participating in
teacher-guided class B4 DL2  Circle
discussions on topics Participating in map
of interest by teacher-guided  Bubble
 agreeing to another class map
and saying so discussions  Double
 disagreeing politely Bubble
with another and Map
giving one’s opinions  Multi
 defending one’s point Flow
of view Map
viii. Asking questions
seeking clarification,
and responding to

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questions
appropriately.
ix. Writing a short letter
with guidance to a
pen-pal in Malaysia on
topics of interest.
x. Writing a longer letter
to a pen-pal overseas
with little or no
guidance on topics of
interest.

1.2 Take part in social Level 1


interaction by: i. Requesting
a. Carrying out a assistance.
variety of language ii. Expressing
functions; appreciation and
b. Participating in gratitude.
conversations and iii. Expressing hope.
discussions; iv. Expressing support for
c. Making plans and others.
arrangements.

Level 2
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.
vii. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another

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Level 3  Circle
viii. Discussing plans to map
visit a particular place:  Bubble
 comparing places map
 deciding on  Double
preference Bubble
 reasons for choice Map
ix. Writing out the itinerary  Multi
for the visit. Flow
x. Writing a letter Map
requesting permission
for visit.

1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1


services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; service offered.
and ii. Clarifying the type of
b. Ordering goods and service offered.
services.
Level 2
iii. Making enquiries about
the same services from
other companies
 making comparisons
 deciding on the
company and giving
reasons
iv. Filling out a service
form.
 Tree
1.0 Language for Level 3 Map
Informational Use iv. Writing out a simple  Multi
guided letter Flow
requesting a particular Map
service.

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2.1 Obtain information for Level 1, 2 & 3
different purposes by: i. Listening to and
a. Listening to spoken texts understanding a variety
such as talks, speeches of texts.
and viewing television ii. Reading silently and
documentaries and aloud with
multimedia; understanding a variety
b. Interviewing and using of texts.
questionnaires; and
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports and
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

2.2 Process information A. Processing texts


by: listened to by:  Flow
a. Skimming and scanning Map
for specific information Level 1  Multi
and ideas; i. Telling what the text is Flow
b. Extracting main ideas and about. Map
details; ii. Giving important details.
c. Discerning sequence of iii. Asking and answering B3 DB1
ideas; questions. Processing texts
d. Getting the explicit and read
implicit meaning of the Level 2 by using
text; iv. Following sequence of contextual
e. Predicting outcomes; ideas. clues
f. Drawing conclusions; v. Identifying important
g. Identifying different point of ideas.
view;
h. Using print and electronic Level 3
dictionaries; vi. Writing down key ideas
i. Interpreting non-linear of a text listened to.
texts such as maps,
charts, diagrams, tables,
graphs, and
j. Making short notes and
mapping out ideas.

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2.3 Present information to B. Processing texts read
different audiences by: by: B5 DT1 Writing
a. Writing recounts, Level 1 articles
descriptions, explanations, i. Stating the text type is
speeches, reports and being read.
articles; ii. Scanning for details. B2 DT1
b. Instructing, describing, iii. Following sequence of Writing
narrating, explaining an ideas in simple texts. paragraphs by
reporting orally; iv. Using the dictionary to find expanding notes
c. Responding to questions the meaning of unfamiliar
orally and in writing; words. B2 DB1
d. Presenting information in v. Acquiring a range of Acquiring the
non-linear forms including vocabulary by: meaning of
tables, graphs, diagrams,  stating words of the words
charts and vice-versa; same meaning
e. Expanding notes and  stating words opposite
outlines; in meaning
f. Composing, revising and  stating one word for a
editing drafts and checking group of words
accuracy of spelling,  stating phrasal
punctuation and grammar; quantifiers
g. Summarizing information;
h. Reading aloud written
materials such as reports Level 2
clearly and fluently; and vi. Identifying main ideas in
i. Using appropriate format, texts.
conventions and grammar vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
when presenting
information. viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the
use of prefixes;
understanding word
formation with the
use of suffixes;
 identifying base
words
 using contextual
clues
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Level 3
ix. Identifying cause and  Multi
effect in simple texts. Flow
x. Making simple Map
predictions giving
reasons.
xi. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.
xii. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.
Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Presenting information by:
Moby Dick Use Level 1 B6 DL1
i. Narrating orally the events Listening to
W5 & 6 3.1 Listen to, read and view that took place. literary works
Introduction to and respond to ii. Taking spelling and and relating
Elements of a literary works by: dictation of texts: apply them to life
novel spelling rules for
Pg 13 a. Understanding and telling  one word or two
-Synopsis in one’s own words the  silent ‘e’
story and giving one’s
opinion Level 2
b. Recognizing elements in a i. Responding to questions
story such as characters and comments
and setting; spontaneously orally.
Explaining the message ii. Expanding notes and
the writer is trying to outlines.
convey and discussing
how this relates to one’s
life;
c. Understanding other
people’s cultures,
traditions, customs and
beliefs;

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d. Reciting poems with Level 3
feeling and expression. i. Summarising main
ideas in simple texts.  Flow
ii. Writing brief simple Map
descriptions.
iii. Expanding notes and
outlines.
iv. Applying process writing
skills.

3.2 Express themselves Level 1


creatively and i. Reciting a poem with
imaginatively by: feeling and expression
a. Dramatizing text and role- and with correct
playing characters; pronunciation,
b. Retelling a story from a intonation, stress and
different point of view and rhythm.
presenting it in another ii. Finding out the meaning
genre; of unfamiliar words by
c. Composing simple poems, using contextual clues
stories and dialogues. and/or the dictionary.
iii. Retelling the story or
the content of the poem
in one’s own words.

Level 2
iv. Telling the sequence of  Circle
events in a story. Map
v. Describing the place  Bubble
where the story took Map
place and writing a Double
simple paragraph on it. Bubble
vi. Describing characters in Map
the story and writing a  Tree
simple paragraph of Map
each character.

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Level 3
i. Making predictions as
to what might happen
next in the story.
ii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
iii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.

3.3 Express themselves Level 1


creatively and i. Acting out sections of a
imaginatively by: text.
a. Dramatizing text and ii. Retelling the story from
role-playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from a
different point of view and Level 2
presenting it in another i. Changing the text to
genre; another form (genre).
c. Composing simple
poems, stories and Level 3
dialogues. ii. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
iii. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.

W7 People & Making 1.0 Language for


12/2 – 15/2 Social Friends Interpersonal Use
Issues
Chp. 4 pg.43
*Chinese 1.1 Make friends and keep Level 1  Politeness Grammar: MI  Circle Essay (W7 &
New Year friendships by: i. Greeting people and  Kindness  Personal CX map W8)
(12/2 -15/2) a. Introducing oneself; exchanging  Respect pronouns CC  Bubble *Letter of
b. Talking about self, family, pleasantries.  Possessive CCT map advice
W8 friends, interests, past ii. Talking about one’s pronouns FS  Double Pg 52-53
20/2 – 24/2 events, feelings, and experiences.  Adverbs of ML bubble
understanding when others iii. Asking questions time LHTL map
talk about themselves; politely to get  Adverbs of  Tree Summary
c. Exchanging ideas and information. (W7 & W8)
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W9 giving opinions on topics of iv. Responding  place map *People &
26/2 – 2/3 interest; appropriately to social issues
* Revision d. Taking part in questions by stating, Sound
Week conversations and refuting and giving system:
discussions. details.  Long vowel Literature
v. Listening to and sound /æ/
discriminating between as in ‘back’ *Chapter 1
long and short vowels, /α:/ as in (W7)
diphthongs, consonant ‘farm’
clusters, homophones,  Short vowel -Describe
homographs, past tense sound /e/ as characters in
and stress in compound in ‘set’ /Λ/ a novel
words. as in ‘must’ (W8)
Pg 26-27
Vocabulary:
* Prefixes
Level 2 -‘inter’,
Asking questions and ‘pre’
making statements with  Antonyms
correct intonation and
word stress to show
emphasis and sentence
rhythm; and
pronouncing words
clearly and correctly.
i. Participating in teacher-
guided class
discussions on topics of
interest by  Circle
 agreeing to another and map
saying so  Bubble
 disagreeing politely with map
another and giving  Double
one’s opinions Bubble
 defending one’s point of Map
view  Multi
ii. Asking questions Flow
seeking clarification, Map

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iii. and responding to
questions appropriately.
iv. Writing a short letter
with guidance to a pen-
pal in Malaysia on  Circle
topics of interest. map
v. Writing a longer letter to  Bubble
a pen-pal overseas with map
little or no guidance on  Tree
topics of interest. Map

1.2 Take part in social Level 1


interaction by: i. Requesting assistance.
a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation
language functions; and gratitude.
b. Participating in
conversations and

discussions; iii. Expressing hope.


c. Making plans and iv. Expressing support for
arrangements. others.

Level 2
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.
vii. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another

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Level 3
viii. Discussing plans to  Circle
visit a particular place: map
 comparing places  Bubble
 deciding on map
preference  Double
 reasons for choice Bubble
ix. Writing out the Map
itinerary for the visit.  Multi
x. Writing a letter Flow
requesting permission Map
for visit.

1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1


services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

Level 2
iii. Making enquiries about  Tree
the same services from Map
other companies
 making comparisons
 deciding on the
company and giving
reasons
iv. Filling out a service
form.

Level 3
iv. Writing out a simple
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

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2.0 Language for Level 1, 2 & 3
Informational Use i. Listening to and
understanding a variety
2.1 Obtain information for of texts.
different purposes ii. Reading silently and
by: aloud with
a. Listening to spoken texts understanding a variety
such as talks, speeches of texts.
and viewing television
documentaries and
multimedia;
b. Interviewing and using
questionnaires; and
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports and
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

2.2 Process information Level 2  Flow


by: i. Following sequence of Map
a. Skimming and scanning for ideas.
specific information and ii. Identifying important
ideas; ideas.
b. Extracting main ideas and Level 3
details; i. Writing down key
c. Discerning sequence of ideas of a text listened
ideas; to.
d. Getting the explicit and
implicit meaning of the B. Processing texts read
text; by:
e. Predicting outcomes;]
f. Drawing conclusions; Level 1
g. Identifying different point of i. Stating the text type is
view; being read.  Flow
h. Using print and electronic ii. Scanning for details. Map
dictionaries; iii. Following sequence of
i. Interpreting non-linear ideas in simple texts.
texts such as maps, iv. Using the dictionary to
charts, diagrams, tables, find the meaning of
graphs, and unfamiliar words.
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j. Making short notes and v. Acquiring a range of
mapping out ideas. vocabulary by:
 stating words of the
same meaning
 stating words
opposite in meaning
 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers

Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas
in texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in
texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the
use of prefixes;
 understanding word
formation with the
use of suffixes;
 identifying base
words
 using contextual
clues

Level 3
i. Identifying cause and  Multi
effect in simple texts. Flow
ii. Making simple Map
predictions giving
reasons.
iii. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.
iv. Interpreting

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information from
notices, articles from
magazines,
advertisements,
simple passages,
simple diagrams,
tables, simple reports,
charts and graphs.

2.3 Present information to Presenting information by:


different audiences
by: Level 1
a. Writing recounts, i. Narrating orally the
descriptions, explanations, events that took place.
speeches, reports and ii. Taking spelling and
articles; dictation of texts: apply
b. Instructing, describing, spelling rules for
narrating, explaining an  one word or two
reporting orally;  silent ‘e’
c. Responding to questions
orally and in writing; Level 2
d. Presenting information in i. Responding to
non-linear forms including questions and
tables, graphs, diagrams, comments
charts and vice-versa; spontaneously orally.
e. Expanding notes and ii. Expanding notes and
outlines; outlines.
f. Composing, revising and
editing drafts and checking Level 3
accuracy of spelling, i. Summarising main
punctuation and grammar; ideas in simple texts.
g. Summarizing information; ii. Writing brief simple
h. Reading aloud written descriptions.
materials such as reports iii. Expanding notes and
clearly and fluently; and outlines.
i. Using appropriate format, iv. Applying process
conventions and grammar writing skills.
when presenting
information.

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Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1
Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with
feeling and expression
W7 3.1 Listen to, read and view and with correct
*Chapter 1 and respond to literary pronunciation,
works by: intonation, stress and
W8 a. Understanding and rhythm.
-Describe telling in one’s own ii. Finding out the
characters in words the story and meaning of unfamiliar
a novel giving one’s opinion; words by using
Pg 26-27 b. Recognizing elements contextual clues
in a story such as and/or the dictionary.
characters and iii. Retelling the story or
setting; the content of the
c. Explaining the poem in one’s own
message the writer is words.
trying to convey and
discussing how this Level 2
relates to one’s life; i. Telling the sequence
d. Understanding other of events in a story.
people’s cultures, ii. Describing the place
traditions, customs where the story took
and beliefs; place and writing a
e. Reciting poems with simple paragraph on it.
feeling and iii. Describing characters
expression. in the story and writing
a simple paragraph of
each character.

Level 3
i. Making predictions as
to what might happen
next in the story.
ii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
iii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.

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3.2 Express themselves Level 1
creatively and i. Acting out sections of
imaginatively by: a text.
a. Dramatizing text and role- ii. Retelling the story
playing characters; from a different point
b. Retelling a story from a of view.
different point of view and
presenting it in another Level 2
genre; i. Changing the text to
c. Composing simple poems, another form (genre).
stories and dialogues.
Level 3
i. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
ii. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.
W10
Peperiksaan Pertengahan Semester 1
6/3 – 10/3

Social Life’s 1.0 Language for Level 1  Freedom Grammar: MI B2 DL1 Talking Essay (W9 &
W11 Issues Challenges Interpersonal Use i. Greeting people and  Co-  Subject- CX about one’s  Circle W11)
12/3 – 16/3 exchanging operation verb CC experiences Map *Report
Chp.5 pg.57 1.1 Make friends and keep pleasantries.  Rationality agreement CCT  Multi (graph)
friendships by: ii. Talking about one’s  Moderatio FS Flow Pg 66-67
a. Introducing oneself; experiences. n Sound ML Map
b. Talking about self, family, iii. Asking questions system: LHTL Summary
friends, interests, past politely to get  Long vowel (W9 & W11)
events, feelings, and information. sound /u:/ Social issues
iv. Responding
understanding when others v. appropriately to as in Literature
talk about themselves; questions by ‘broom’ *Chapter 2
c. Exchanging ideas and stating, refuting and  Short vowel (W9)
giving opinions on topics of giving details. sound /u/ as -Describe
interest; vi. Listening to and in ‘look’ characters in
d. Taking part in discriminating a novel Pg
conversations and between long and Vocabulary: 40-41
discussions. short vowels,  Dictionary
diphthongs, skills *Chapter 3
consonant clusters,

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homophones,
homographs, past (W10)
tense and stress in -Describe
compound words. characters in
Level 2 a novel
vi. Asking questions and Pg 54-55
making statements with
correct intonation and
word stress to show
emphasis and sentence
rhythm; and
pronouncing words
clearly and correctly.
vii. Participating in teacher-
guided class  Circle
discussions on topics of Map
interest by  Bubble
 agreeing to another Map
and saying so  Double
 disagreeing politely Bubble
with another and Map
giving one’s opinions  Multi
 defending one’s point Flow
of view Map

viii. Asking questions


seeking clarification,
and responding to
questions
appropriately.
ix. Writing a short letter
with guidance to a
pen-pal in Malaysia on
topics of interest.
x. Writing a longer letter
to a pen-pal overseas
with little or no
guidance on topics of
interest.

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1.2 Take part in social Level 1
interaction by: i. Requesting assistance.
a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation
b. language functions; and gratitude.
c. Participating in iii. Expressing hope.
conversations and iv. Expressing support for
discussions; others.
d. Making plans and
arrangements Level 2
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.
vii. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another

Level 3
viii. Discussing plans to  Circle
visit a particular place: Map
 comparing places  Bubble
 deciding on Map
preference  Double
 reasons for choice Bubble
ix. Writing out the Map
itinerary for the visit.  Tree
x. Writing a letter Map
requesting permission
for visit.

1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1


services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

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Level 2
iii. Making enquiries about  Circle
the same services from Map
other companies  Bubble
 making comparisons Map
 deciding on the  Double
company and giving Bubble
reasons Map
iv. Filling out a service  Tree
form. Map
 Multi
Flow
Map
Level 3
iii. Writing out a simple
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

2.0 Language for Level 1, 2 & 3


Informational Use i. Listening to and
understanding a variety
2.1 Obtain information for of texts.
different purposes by: ii. Reading silently and
a. Listening to spoken texts aloud with
such as talks, speeches understanding a variety B3 DL2
and viewing television of texts. Listening to and
documentaries and understanding
multimedia; reports
b. Interviewing and using
questionnaires; and
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports and
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

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2.2 Process information A. Processing texts
by: listened to by:
a. Skimming and scanning for
specific information and Level 1  Flow
ideas; i. Telling what the text is Map
b. Extracting main ideas and about.
details; ii. Giving important details.
c. Discerning sequence of iii. Asking and answering
ideas; questions.
d. Getting the explicit and Level 2
implicit meaning of the i. Following sequence of
text; ideas.  Flow
e. Predicting outcomes;] ii. Identifying important Map
f. Drawing conclusions; ideas.
g. Identifying different point of
view;
h. Using print and electronic Level 3
dictionaries; i. Writing down key ideas  Flow
Interpreting non-linear of a text Map

i. texts such as maps, listened to.


charts, diagrams, tables,
graphs, and B. Processing texts read
j. Making short notes and by:
mapping out ideas.
Level 1
i. Stating the text type is
being read.
ii. Scanning for details.
iii. Following sequence of  Flow
ideas in simple texts. Map
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of
vocabulary by:
 stating words of the
same meaning  Bridge
 stating words Map
opposite in meaning

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 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers

Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the use  Bridge
of prefixes; Map
understanding word
formation with the use
of suffixes;
 identifying base words
 using contextual clues

Level 3
i. Identifying cause and  Multi
effect in simple texts. Flow
ii. Making simple Map
predictions giving
reasons.
iii. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.
iv. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.

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2.3 Present information to Presenting information by:
different audiences by:
a. Writing recounts, Level 1
descriptions, explanations, i. Narrating orally the
speeches, reports and events that took place.
articles; ii. Taking spelling and
b. Instructing, describing, dictation of texts: apply
narrating, explaining an spelling rules for
reporting orally;
c. Responding to questions
d. orally and in writing;  one word or two
e. Presenting information in  silent ‘e’
non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, Level 2
charts and vice-versa; i. Responding to
f. Expanding notes and questions and
outlines; comments
g. Composing, revising and spontaneously orally.
editing drafts and checking ii. Expanding notes and
accuracy of spelling, outlines.
punctuation and grammar;
h. Summarizing information; Level 3
i. Reading aloud written i. Summarising main
materials such as reports ideas in simple texts.  Circle
clearly and fluently; and ii. Writing brief simple Map
descriptions.  Bubble
j. Using appropriate format, iii. Expanding notes and Map
conventions and grammar outlines.  Tree
when presenting iv. Applying process writing Map
information. skills.

Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1 B6 DB1 Reading


Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with and predicting
feeling and expression
W9 3.1 Listen to, read and view and with correct
-Chapter 2 and respond to literary pronunciation,
-Describe works by: intonation, stress and
characters in a. Understanding and rhythm.
a novel Pg telling in one’s own ii. Finding out the meaning
40-41 words the story and of unfamiliar words by
giving one’s opinion; using contextual clues
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-Chapter 3 b. Recognizing elements and/or the dictionary.
in a story such as iii. Retelling the story or
characters and the content of the
setting;

-Describe c. Explaining the message poem in one’s own


characters in the writer is trying to words.
a novel convey and discussing
Pg 54-55 how this relates to one’s Level 2  Circle
life; i. Telling the sequence of Map
d. Understanding other events in a story.  Bubble
people’s cultures, ii. Describing the place Map
traditions, customs and where the story took  Double
beliefs; place and writing a Bubble
e. Reciting poems with simple paragraph on it. Map
feeling and expression. iii. Describing characters in  Tree
the story and writing a Map
simple paragraph of  Flow
each character. Map
Level 3
i. Making predictions as to
what might happen next
in the story.
ii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
iii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.

3.2 Express themselves Level 1


creatively and i. Acting out sections of a
imaginatively by: text.
a. Dramatizing text and role- ii. Retelling the story from
playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from a
different point of view and Level 2
presenting it in another i. Changing the text to
genre; another form (genre).
c. Composing simple

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poems, stories and Level 3
dialogues. i. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
ii. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.

19/3 – 25/3 CUTI PERTENGAHAN SEMESTER 1

W12 Health Fit For Life 1.0 Language for Level 1  Freedom Grammar: MI Essay
26/3 – 30/3 Interpersonal Use i. Greeting people and  Rationality  Present CX *Speech
Chp. 6 pg. 73 exchanging  Moderatio continuous CC  Circle (W12)
1.1 Make friends and keep pleasantries. n tense CCT Map Pg 82-83
friendships by: ii. Talking about one’s  Co- - ‘going to’ FS  Bubble
a. Introducing oneself; experiences. operation and ‘will’ – ML B2 DL1 Talking Map *Article (W12)
b. Talking about self, family, iii. Asking questions  Diligence ‘am’, ‘is’, LHTL about one’s  Double Pg76
friends, interests, past politely to get  Determina ‘are’ + verb experiences Bubble
events, feelings, and information. tion + ‘ing’ Map
understanding when others iv. Responding - ‘going to’  Tree
talk about themselves; appropriately to - ‘will’ Map
c. Exchanging ideas and questions by stating,
giving opinions on topics of refuting and giving
interest; details. Summary
d. Taking part in v. Listening to and Sound (W12)
conversations and discriminating between system: Health
discussions. long and short vowels,  Long vowel
diphthongs, consonant sound /з:/ Literature
clusters, homophones, as in ‘fern’ *Chapter 3
homographs, past tense  Modals – (W12)
and stress in compound ‘can’, ‘may’, -Plot(event)
words. ‘might’, Pg 99
‘must’
 Short vowel

1.2 Take part in social Level 1 sound /ә/ B4 DL2 Literature


interaction by: i. Requesting assistance. Participating in *Chapter 4

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a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation as in ‘about’ teacher-guided (W12)
language functions; and gratitude. class -Plot
b. Participating in iii. Expressing hope. Vocabulary: discussions (Sequence of
conversations and iv. Expressing support for  Using words event) pg
discussions; others. to show 112-113
c. Making plans and gender –
arrangements. masculine,
Level 2 feminine
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.  Circle
vii. Writing notes: Map
 requesting for  Bubble
assistance Map
 thanking another  Tree
Map
Level 3
viii. Discussing plans to visit  Circle
a particular place: Map
 comparing places  Bubble
 deciding on Map
preference  Double
 reasons for choice Bubble
ix. Writing out the itinerary Map
for the visit.  Tree
x. Writing a letter Map
requesting permission  Multi
for visit. Flow
Map
1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1
services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

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Level 2  Circle
iii. Making enquiries about Map
the same services from  Bubble
other companies Map
 making comparisons  Double
 deciding on the Bubble
company and giving Map
reasons  Multi
iv. Filling out a service Flow
form. Map

Level 3
iv. writing out a simple
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

2.0 Language for


Informational Use

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by:
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches Level 1, 2 & 3
and viewing television i. Listening to and
documentaries and understanding a variety
multimedia; of texts.
b. Interviewing and using ii. Reading silently and
aloud with
understanding a variety
of texts.

c. questionnaires; and
d. Reading materials in print
such as reports and
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

2.2 Process information by: A. Processing texts


a. Skimming and scanning for listened to by:
specific information and
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ideas; Level 1
b. Extracting main ideas and i. Telling what the text is
details; about.
c. Discerning sequence of ii. Giving important details.
ideas; iii. Asking and answering
d. Getting the explicit and questions.
implicit meaning of the
text; Level 2
e. Predicting outcomes; iv. Following sequence of
f. Drawing conclusions; ideas.
g. Identifying different point of v. Identifying important
view; ideas.
h. Using print and electronic
dictionaries; Level 3
i. Interpreting non-linear vi. Writing down key ideas
texts such as maps, of a text listened to.  Flow
charts, diagrams, tables, Map
graphs, and B. Processing texts read
j. Making short notes and by:
mapping out ideas.
Level 1
i. Stating the text type is  Flow
being read. Map
ii. Scanning for details.
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.

iv. Using the dictionary to  Bridge


find the meaning of Map
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of
vocabulary by:
 stating words of the
same meaning
 stating words
opposite in meaning
 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers

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Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in  Flow
texts. Map
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the
use of prefixes;
 understanding word
formation with the
use of suffixes;
 identifying base
words
 using contextual
clues

Level 3  Circle
i. Identifying cause and Map
effect in simple texts.  Bubble
Map

ii. Making simple  Double


predictions giving Bubble
reasons. Map
iii. Drawing obvious  Tree
conclusions in simple Map
texts.  Multi
iv. Interpreting information Flow
from notices, articles Map
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.

2.3 Present information to Presenting information by:


different audiences by:

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a. Writing recounts, Level 1 B3 DT1 Writing
descriptions, explanations, i. Narrating orally the speeches
speeches, reports and events that took place.
articles; ii. Taking spelling and
b. Instructing, describing, dictation of texts: apply
narrating, explaining an spelling rules for
reporting orally;  one word or two
c. Responding to questions  silent ‘e’
orally and in writing;
d. Presenting information in Level 2
non-linear forms including iii. Responding to
tables, graphs, diagrams, questions and
charts and vice-versa; comments
e. Expanding notes and spontaneously orally.
outlines; iv. Expanding notes and
f. Composing, revising and outlines.
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling,
punctuation and grammar;
g. Summarizing information;
h. Reading aloud written
materials such as reports  Flow
clearly and fluently; and Map
i. Using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar
when presenting
information.

Level 3
v. Summarising main
ideas in simple texts.
vi. Writing brief simple
descriptions.
vii. Expanding notes and
outlines.
viii. Applying process
writing skills.

Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1


Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with
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feeling and expression B6 DL1
W12 3.1 Listen to, read and view and with correct Listening to
*Chapter 3 and respond to literary pronunciation, literary works
-Plot(event) works by: intonation, stress and and relating
Pg 99 a. Understanding and telling rhythm. them to life

W12 in one’s own words the ii. Finding out the meaning
*Chapter 4 story and giving one’s of unfamiliar words by
-Plot opinion; using contextual clues
(Sequence of b. Recognizing elements in a and/or the dictionary.
event) pg story such as characters iii. Retelling the story or
112-113 and setting; the content of the poem
c. Explaining the message in one’s own words.
the writer is trying to
convey and discussing
how this relates to one’s
life;
d. Understanding other Level 2
people’s cultures, i. Telling the sequence of  Circle
traditions, customs and events in a story. Map
beliefs; ii. Describing the place  Bubble
e. Reciting poems with where the story took Map
feeling and expression. place and writing a  Double
simple paragraph on it. Bubble
iii. Describing characters in Map
the story and writing a  Tree
simple paragraph of Map
each character.  Flow
Map
Level 3
i. Making predictions as to
what might happen next
in the story.
ii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
iii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.

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3.2 Express themselves Level 1
creatively and i. Acting out sections of a
imaginatively by: text.
a. Dramatizing text and role- ii. Retelling the story from
playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from a
different point of view and Level 2
presenting it in another iii. Changing the text to
genre; another form (genre).
c. Composing simple poems,
stories and dialogues.

Level 3
i. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
ii. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.
W13
2/4 – 6/4 Environme It’s Raining, 1.0 Language for Level 1  Love Grammar: MI  Circle Essay
nt It’s Pouring Interpersonal Use i. Greeting people and  Kindness  Conjuntions CX Map *Recount
exchanging  Freedom ‘and’, ‘but’, ‘or’, CC  Bubble (W13)
Chp.7 pg.87 1.1 Make friends and keep pleasantries.  Justice ‘so’ CCT Map Pg. 96-97
friendships by: ii. Talking about one’s  Rationality FS  Double
a. Introducing oneself; experiences.  Charity  Sequence ML Bubble *Report
Stop The b. Talking about self, family, iii. Asking questions connectors LHTL Map based on a
Floods friends, interests, past politely to get ‘first’, ’next’,  Tree project (W14)
events, feelings, and information. ’then’, ‘finally’ Map Pg. 110-111
Chp. pg. 101 understanding when others iv. Responding
talk about themselves; appropriately to
c. Exchanging ideas and questions by stating,  Phrasal Summary
giving opinions on topics of refuting and giving verbs (W13 & W14)
interest; details. Environment
d. Taking part in v. Listening to and Sound
conversations and discriminating between system: Literature
discussions. long and short vowels,  Diphthong *Chapter
diphthongs, consonant /er/ as in 5(W13)
clusters, homophones, ‘faint’ Moral values
homographs, past tense /aΙ/ as in ‘dry’ pg 126-127
and stress in compound
words.
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 Diphthong Literature
/әυ/ as in *Chapter 6
‘grow’
Level 2 Vocabulary:
vi. Asking questions and  Thesaurus (W14)
making statements with skill Moral values
correct intonation and pg 126-127
word stress to show  Suffixes:
emphasis and sentence - ‘-ment’,
rhythm; and - ‘-ness’
pronouncing words - ‘-ion’
clearly and correctly. - ‘-ship’
vii. Participating in teacher-
guided class
discussions on topics of  Circle
interest by Map
 agreeing to another  Bubble
and saying so Map
 disagreeing politely  Double
with another and Bubble
giving one’s opinions Map
 defending one’s point  Multi
of view Flow
viii. Asking questions Map
seeking clarification,
and responding to
questions appropriately.
ix. Writing a short letter
with guidance to a pen-
pal in Malaysia on
topics of interest.
x. Writing a longer letter to
a pen-pal overseas with
little or no guidance on
topics of interest.

1.2 Take part in social Level 1


interaction by: i. Requesting assistance.
a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation
language functions; and gratitude.

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b. Participating in iii. Expressing hope.
conversations and iv. Expressing support for
discussions; others.
c. Making plans and
arrangements.
Level 2
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.
vii. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another
Level 3
iv. Discussing plans to visit  Circle
a particular place: Map
 comparing places  Bubble
 deciding on Map
preference  Double
 reasons for choice Bubble
ix. Writing out the itinerary Map
for the visit.  Multi
x. Writing a letter Flow
requesting permission Map
for visit.

1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1


services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

Level 2
iii. Making enquiries about  Circle
the same services from Map

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other companies  Bubble
 making comparisons Map
 deciding on the  Double
company and giving Bubble
reasons Map
iv. Filling out a service  Multi
form. Flow
Map
Level 3 B5 DT1 Writing
v. Writing out a simple articles
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

1.0 Language for Level 1, 2 & 3


Informational Use i. Listening to and
understanding a variety B1 DB1 Reading
2.1 Obtain information for of texts. and following
different purposes by: ii. Reading silently and sequence of
a. Listening to spoken texts aloud with ideas
such as talks, speeches understanding a variety
and viewing television of texts. B3 DL2
documentaries and Listening to and
multimedia; understanding
b. Interviewing and using reports
questionnaires; and
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports and
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

2.2 Process information A. Processing texts B3 DB2


by: listened to by: Understanding
a. Skimming and scanning for cause and effect
specific information and Level 1 relationships in a
ideas; i. Telling what the text is text  Flow
b. Extracting main ideas and about. Map
details; ii. Giving important details.
c. Discerning sequence of iii. Asking and answering
ideas; questions.
d. Getting the explicit and
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implicit meaning of the text Level 2
e. Predicting outcomes; i. Following sequence of  Flow
f. Drawing conclusions; ideas. Map
g. Identifying different point of ii. Identifying important
view; ideas.
h. Using print and electronic
dictionaries; Level 3
i. Interpreting non-linear i. Writing down key ideas  Flow
texts such as maps, of a text listened to. Map
charts, diagrams, tables,
graphs, and B. Processing texts read
j. Making short notes and by:
mapping out ideas.
Level 1
i. Stating the text type is B1 DB1 Reading  Bridge
being read. and following Map
ii. Scanning for details. sequence of
iii. Following sequence of ideas
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary
to find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of
vocabulary by:
 stating words of the
same meaning
 stating words
opposite in meaning
 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers

Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by

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 understanding word
formation with the use
of prefixes;
 understanding word
formation with the use
of suffixes;
 identifying base words
 using contextual clues
Level 3
i. Identifying cause and B3 DB2  Multi
effect in simple texts. Understanding Flow
ii. Making simple cause and effect Map
predictions giving relationships in a
reasons. text
i. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.
ii. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.
1.0 Present information to Presenting information by: B2 DT1 Writing
different audiences by: paragraphs by
a. Writing recounts, Level 1 expanding notes
descriptions, i. Narrating orally the
explanations, speeches, events that took place.
reports and articles; ii. Taking spelling and
b. Instructing, describing, dictation of texts: apply
narrating, explaining an spelling rules for
reporting orally;  one word or two
c. Responding to questions  silent ‘e’
orally and in writing;
d. Presenting information in
non-linear forms
including tables, graphs,
diagrams, charts and

37
vice-versa; Presenting information by: B2 DT1 Writing
e. Expanding notes and paragraphs by
outlines; Level 1 expanding notes
f. Composing, revising and iii. Narrating orally the
editing drafts and events that took place.
checking accuracy of iv. Taking spelling and
spelling, punctuation and dictation of texts: apply
grammar; spelling rules for
g. Summarizing information;  one word or two
h. Reading aloud written  silent ‘e’
materials such as reports
clearly and fluently; and Level 2
i. Using appropriate format, i. Responding to B3 DL2
conventions and questions and Listening to and
grammar when comments understanding
presenting information. spontaneously orally. reports
ii. Expanding notes and
outlines.

Level 3
i. Summarising main
ideas in simple texts.
ii. Writing brief simple
descriptions.
iii. Expanding notes and
outlines.
iv. Applying process writing
skills.

Literature: 2.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1


Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with
feeling and expression
W13 3.1 Listen to, read and view and with correct
-Chapter 5 and respond to literary pronunciation,
Moral values works by: intonation, stress and
pg 126-127 a. Understanding and telling rhythm.
in one’s own words the ii. Finding out the meaning
W13 story and giving one’s of unfamiliar words by
-Chapter 6 opinion; using contextual clues
Moral values b. Recognizing elements in a and/or the dictionary.

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pg 126-127 story such as characters iii. Retelling the story or
and setting; the content of the poem  Circle
Explaining the message in one’s own words. Map
the writer is trying to  Bubble
convey and discussing Level 2 Map
how this relates to one’s i. Telling the sequence of  Double
life; events in a story. Bubble
c. Understanding other ii. Describing the place Map
people’s cultures, where the story took  Flow
traditions, customs and place and writing a Map
beliefs; simple paragraph on it.
d. Reciting poems with iii. Describing characters in
feeling and expression. the story and writing a
simple paragraph of
each character.

Level 3
i. Making predictions as to
what might happen next
in the story.
ii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
iii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.
3.2 Express themselves Level 1
creatively and i. Acting out sections of a
imaginatively by: text.
a. Dramatizing text and role- ii. Retelling the story from
playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from a Level 2
different point of view and iii. Changing the text to
presenting it in another another form (genre).
genre;
c. Composing simple poems, Level 3
stories and dialogues. iv. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
v. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.

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W14
Speaking Test
9/4 – 13/4

W15 Health Active & 1.0 Language for Level 1  Freedom Grammar: MI  Circle Essay
16/4 – 20/4 Healthy Interpersonal Use i. Greeting people and  Rationality  Positive and CX Map -Formal letter
exchanging  Moderatio negative CC  Bubble (Letter of
Chp.10 1.1 Make friends and keep pleasantries. n statements CCT Map complaint)
pg.129 friendships by: ii. Talking about one’s  Co-  Contraction FS  Double (W15)
a. Introducing oneself; experiences. operation s ML Bubble Pg. 138-139
b. Talking about self, family, iii. Asking questions  Diligence LHTL Map
friends, interests, past politely to get Determination Sound  Tree
events, feelings, and information. system: Map
understanding when others iv. Responding  Consonant Summary
talk about themselves; appropriately to clusters at (W15)
c. Exchanging ideas and questions by stating, the Health
giving opinions on topics of refuting and giving beginning of
interest; details. words: /gr/
d. Taking part in v. Listening to and as in ‘grain’, Literature
conversations and discriminating between /tr/ as in
discussions. long and short vowels, ‘train’ *Chapter 7
diphthongs, consonant (W15)
clusters, homophones, Vocabulary: Themes pg
homographs, past tense  ICT terms 140-141
and stress in compound
words.

Level 2
vi. Asking questions and
making statements with
correct intonation and
word stress to show
emphasis and sentence
rhythm; and  Circle
pronouncing words Map
clearly and correctly.  Bubble
vii. Participating in teacher- Map
guided class  Double
discussions on topics of Bubble
interest by Map

40
agreeing to another  Tree
and saying so Map
 disagreeing politely
with another and
giving one’s opinions
 defending one’s point
of view
viii. Asking questions
seeking clarification,
and responding to
questions appropriately.
ix. Writing a short letter
with guidance to a pen-
pal in Malaysia on
topics of interest.
x. Writing a longer letter to
a pen-pal overseas with
little or no guidance on
topics of interest.

1.2 Take part in social Level 1


interaction by: i. Requesting assistance.
a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation
language functions; and gratitude.
b. Participating in iii. Expressing hope.
conversations and iv. Expressing support for
discussions; others.
c. Making plans and Level 2
arrangements. v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.
vi. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another

41
Level 3
viii. Discussing plans to visit  Circle
a particular place: Map
 comparing places  Bubble
 deciding on Map
preference  Double
 reasons for choice Bubble
ix. Writing out the itinerary Map
for the visit.  Multi
x. Writing a letter Flow
requesting permission Map
for visit.  Tree
Map
1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1
services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered
Level 2
iii. Making enquiries about
the same services from
other companies
 making comparisons
 deciding on the
company and giving
reasons
iv. Filling out a service
form.

Level 3 B4 DT1 Writing


v. Writing out a simple formal letters
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

42
2.0 Language for
Informational Use

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by:
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches Level 1, 2 & 3
and viewing television i. Listening to and
documentaries and understanding a variety
multimedia; of texts.
b. Interviewing and using ii. Reading silently and
questionnaires; and aloud with
c. Reading materials in print understanding a variety
such as reports and of texts.
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

2.2 Process information A. Processing texts


by: listened to by:
a. Skimming and
scanning for specific Level 1
information and ideas; i. Telling what the text is
b. Extracting main ideas about.  Flow
and details; ii. Giving important details. Map
c. Discerning sequence iii. Asking and answering
of ideas; questions.
d. Getting the explicit
and implicit meaning
of the text;
e. Predicting outcomes;
f. Drawing conclusions; Level 2
g. Identifying different point i. Following sequence of B5 DB1 Reading
of view; ideas. and
h. Using print and electronic ii. Identifying important summarizing
dictionaries; ideas. texts
i. Interpreting non-linear
texts such as maps, Level 3
charts, diagrams, tables, iii. Writing down key ideas
graphs, and of a text listened to.
Making short notes and
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mapping out ideas. B. Processing texts read
by:

Level 1
i. Stating the text type is
being read.
ii. Scanning for details.
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of  Bridge Map
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of
vocabulary by:
 stating words of the
same meaning
 stating words
opposite in meaning
 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers

Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the use
of prefixes;
 understanding word
formation with the use
of suffixes;
 identifying base words
 using contextual clues

44
Level 3
ix. Identifying cause and  Multi
effect in simple texts. Flow
x. Making simple Map
predictions giving
reasons.
xi. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.
xii. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.

2.3 Present information to Presenting information by:


different audiences by:
a. Writing recounts, Level 1
descriptions, explanations, i. Narrating orally the  Flow
speeches, reports and events that took place. Map
articles; ii. Taking spelling and
b. Instructing, describing, dictation of texts: apply
narrating, explaining an spelling rules for
reporting orally;  one word or two
c. Responding to questions  silent ‘e’
orally and in writing;
d. Presenting information in Level 2
non-linear forms including iii. Responding to
tables, graphs, diagrams, questions and
charts and vice-versa; comments
e. Expanding notes and spontaneously orally.
outlines; iv. Expanding notes and
f. Composing, revising and outlines.
editing drafts and checking
accuracy of spelling, Level 3
punctuation and grammar; iii. Summarising main
g. Summarizing information; ideas in simple texts.
h. Reading aloud written iv. Writing brief simple
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materials such as reports descriptions.
clearly and fluently; and v. Expanding notes and
i. Using appropriate format, outlines.
conventions and grammar vi. Applying process writing
when presenting skills.
information.

Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1 B6 DL1


Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with Listening to
feeling and expression literary works
3.1 Listen to, read and view and with correct and relating
and respond to pronunciation, them to life
literary works by: intonation, stress and

W15 
-Chapter 7 a. Understanding and telling rhythm.
Themes pg in one’s own words the ii. Finding out the meaning
140-141 story and giving one’s of unfamiliar words by
opinion; using contextual clues
b. Recognizing elements in and/or the dictionary.
a story such as iii. Retelling the story or
characters and setting; the content of the poem
c. Explaining the message in one’s own words.
the writer is trying to
convey and discussing Level 2  Flow
how this relates to one’s i. Telling the sequence of Map
life; events in a story.  Circle
Understanding other ii. Describing the place Map
people’s cultures, where the story took  Bubble
traditions, customs and place and writing a Map
beliefs simple paragraph on it.  Double
d. Reciting poems with iii. Describing characters in Bubble
feeling and expression. the story and writing a Map
simple paragraph of  Tree
each character. Map

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Level 3
i. Making predictions as to
what might happen next
in the story.
ii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
iii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.

3.2 Express themselves Level 1


creatively and i. Acting out sections of a
imaginatively by: text.
a. Dramatizing text and ii. Retelling the story from
role-playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from a
different point of view Level 2
and presenting it in iii. Changing the text to
another genre; another form (genre).
c. Composing simple
poems, stories and Level 3
dialogues. iv. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
v. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.

W16 Health Safety For 1.0 Language for Level 1  Freedom Grammar MI Essay (W16)
23/4 – 28/4 One and All Interpersonal Use vi. Greeting people and  Rationality  Compariso CX  Circle -Informal
exchanging  Moderatio n of CC Map letter
1.1 Make friends and keep pleasantries. n adjectives CCT  Bubble (Letter of
Chp.11 pg. friendships by: vii. Talking about one’s  Co- -regular FS Map appreciation)
143 a. Introducing oneself; experiences. operation forms’er’, ML  Double Pg. 1554-155
b. Talking about self, viii. Asking questions  Diligence ‘est’.’more’, LHTL Bubble
family, friends, interests, politely to get  Determina ‘most’ Map
past events, feelings, information. tion -irregular  Tree
and understanding when ix. Responding forms ‘bad’, Map
others talk about appropriately to ‘better’,
themselves; questions by stating, ‘worst’
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c. Exchanging ideas and refuting and giving
giving opinions on topics details.
of interest; x. Listening to and
d. Taking part in discriminating
conversations and between long and short
discussions. vowels, diphthongs,
vi. consonant clusters,
homophones, Sound Summary
homographs, past tense system: (W16 )
and stress in compound  Consonant Health
words. clusters at
Level 2 the
xi. Asking questions and beginning of Literature
making statements with the words:
correct intonation and - /gl/ / as *Chapter 8
word stress to show in ‘glee’ (W16)
emphasis and sentence - /pl / as in Themes pg
rhythm; and ‘place’ 140-141
pronouncing words
clearly and correctly. Vocabulary:
xii. Participating in teacher-  homographs
guided class
discussions on topics of
interest by
 agreeing to another
and saying so
 disagreeing politely
with another and
giving one’s opinions
 defending one’s point
of view
viii. Asking questions
seeking clarification,
and responding to
questions appropriately.
ix. Writing a short letter
with guidance to a pen-
pal in Malaysia on
topics of interest.

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x. Writing a longer letter to
a pen-pal overseas with
little or no guidance on
topics of interest.

1.2 Take part in social Level 1 B3 DL1


interaction by: i. Requesting assistance. Requesting
a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation assistance,
language functions; and gratitude. expressing
b. Participating in iii. Expressing hope. appreciation and
conversations and iv. Expressing support for gratitude
discussions; others.
c. Making plans and
arrangements. Level 2
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.
vii. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another

Level 3  Circle
viii. Discussing plans to visit Map
a particular place:  Bubble
 comparing places Map
 deciding on  Double
preference Bubble
 reasons for choice Map
ix. Writing out the itinerary  Multi
for the visit. Flow
Map

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x. Writing a letter
requesting permission
for visit.

1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1


services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

Level 2  Circle
iii. Making enquiries about Map
the same services from  Bubble
other companies Map
 making comparisons  Double
 deciding on the Bubble
company and giving Map
reasons  Multi
iv. Filling out a service Flow
form. Map

Level 3
iv. Writing out a simple
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

2.0 Language for Level 1, 2 & 3


Informational Use i. Listening to and
understanding a variety
2.1 Obtain information for of texts.
different purposes by: ii. Reading silently and
a. Listening to spoken aloud with
texts such as talks, understanding a variety
speeches and viewing of texts.

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television
documentaries and
multimedia;
b. Interviewing and using
questionnaires; and
c. Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles and using
other electronic media
such as the Internet.

2.2 Process information A. Processing texts B3 DB1


by: listened to by: Processing texts
a. Skimming and scanning read by using
for specific information Level 1 contextual clues
and ideas; i. Telling what the text is
b. Extracting main ideas about.
and details; ii. Giving important details.
c. Discerning sequence of iii. Asking and answering
ideas; questions.
d. Getting the explicit and
implicit meaning of the
text;
e. Predicting outcomes;

f. Drawing conclusions; Level 2


g. Identifying different point iv. Following sequence of
of view; ideas.
h. Using print and v. Identifying important
electronic dictionaries; ideas.
i. Interpreting non-linear
texts such as maps, Level 3
charts, diagrams, tables, vi. Writing down key ideas
graphs, and of a text listened to.
j. Making short notes and
mapping out ideas. B. Processing texts read

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by:  Flow
Level 1 Map
i. Stating the text type is
being read.
ii. Scanning for details.
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of  Bridge
vocabulary by: Map
 stating words of the
same meaning
 stating words
opposite in meaning
 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers

Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the
use of prefixes;
 understanding word
formation with the
use of suffixes;
 identifying base
words

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 using contextual
clues

Level 3  Multi
ix. Identifying cause and Flow
effect in simple texts. Map
x. Making simple
predictions giving
reasons.
xi. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.
xii. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.

2.3 Present information to Presenting information by:


different audiences by:
a. Writing recounts, Level 1
descriptions, i. Narrating orally the
explanations, events that took place.  Flow
speeches, reports ii. Taking spelling and Map
and articles; dictation of texts: apply
b. Instructing, spelling rules for
describing, narrating,  one word or two
explaining an  silent ‘e’
reporting orally;
c. Responding to Level 2
questions orally and iii. Responding to
in writing; questions and
d. Presenting

information in non- comments


linear forms including spontaneously orally.
tables, graphs, iv. Expanding notes and
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diagrams, charts and outlines.
vice-versa;
e. Expanding notes and Level 3
outlines; v. Summarising main
f. Composing, revising ideas in simple texts.
and editing drafts and vi. Writing brief simple
checking accuracy of descriptions.
spelling, punctuation vii. Expanding notes and
and grammar; outlines.
g. Summarizing viii. Applying process writing
information; skills.
h. Reading aloud written
materials such as
reports clearly and
fluently; and
i. Using appropriate
format, conventions
and grammar when
presenting
information.

3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1 B6 DL 1


Use i. Reciting a poem with Listening to
3.1 Listen to, read, and view feeling and expression literary works
and respond to literary and with correct and relating
works by: pronunciation, them to life
a. Understanding and intonation, stress and
telling in one’s own rhythm
words the story and ii. Finding out the meaning
giving one’s opinion; of unfamiliar words by
b. Recognizing elements using contextual
in a story

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c. such as characters iv. clues and/or the
and setting; dictionary.
d. Explaining the v. Retelling the story or
message the writer the content of the poem
is trying to convey in one’s own words.
and discussing how
this relates to one’s
life;
e. Understanding other
people’s cultures,
traditions, customs
and beliefs
f. Reciting poems with
feeling and
expression
Level 2  Circle
iii. Telling the sequence of Map
events in a story.  Bubble
iv. Describing the place Map
where the story took  Double
place and writing a Bubble
simple paragraph on it Map
v. Describing characters in  Flow
the story and writing a Map
simple paragraph of
each character
Level 3
vi. Making predictions as
to what might happen
next in the story
vii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life
viii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story

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3.2 Express themselves Level 1 B6 DT1 Giving
creatively and i. Acting out sections of a opinions on
imaginatively by: text. books read
a. Dramatizing text and ii. Retelling the story from
role-playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from a
different point of view Level 2
and presenting it in iii. Changing the text to
another genre; another form (genre).
c. Composing simple
poems, stories and Level 3
dialogues. iv. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
v. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.

W17 Health The Inner 1.0 Language for Level 1  Freedom Grammar: MI  Circle Essay
30/4 – 4/5 You Interpersonal Use i. Greeting people and  Rationality  Form CX Map -Formal letter
* Labour Day 1.1 Make friends and keep exchanging  Moderatio negative CC B1 DL1  Bubble (Letter of
1/5 Chp.12 pg friendships by: pleasantries. n adjectives, CCT Listening to and Map permission for
159 a. Introducing oneself; ii. Talking about one’s  Co- using FS discriminating  Double a visit) (W17)
b. Talking about self, family, experiences. operation prefixes ‘un- ML consonant Bubble Pg. 168-169
friends, interests, past iii. Asking questions  Diligence ‘, ‘dis-‘, ‘im-‘ LHTL clusters and Map
events, feelings, and politely to get Determination and ‘non-‘ homophones  Tree
understanding when others information.  Use articles Map
talk about themselves; iv. Responding with nouns Summary
c. Exchanging ideas and appropriately to (W17 )
giving opinions on topics of questions by stating, Sound Health
interest; refuting and giving system:
d. Taking part in conversations details.  Consonant
and discussions. v. Listening to and clusters at Literature
discriminating between the end of *Chapter 9
long and short vowels, the words: (W17)
diphthongs,

consonant clusters, - sh / / as Themes pg


homophones, in ‘splash’ 140-141
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homographs, past tense - ch /t / as
and stress in compound in ‘such’
words.
Level 2 Vocabulary:
vi. Asking questions and  Idioms
making statements with
correct intonation and
word stress to show
emphasis and sentence
rhythm; and
pronouncing words
clearly and correctly.
vii. Participating in teacher-
guided class
discussions on topics of
interest by
 agreeing to another
and saying so
 disagreeing politely
with another and
giving one’s opinions
 defending one’s point
of view
Asking questions
seeking clarification,
and responding to
questions appropriately.
viii. Writing a short letter
with guidance to a pen-
pal in Malaysia on
topics of interest.
Writing a longer letter to
a pen-pal overseas with
little or no guidance on
topics of interest.

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1.2 Take part in social Level 1
interaction by: i. Requesting assistance.
a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation
language functions; and gratitude.
b. Participating in iii. Expressing hope.
conversations and iv. Expressing support for
discussions; others.
c. Making plans and Level 2 B3 DL1
arrangements. v. Taking down phone Requesting
messages for friends assistance,
and family members. expressing
vi. Relaying phone appreciation and
messages orally or in gratitude
writing to people
concerned.
vii. Writing notes:
-requesting for assistance
-thanking another
Level 3  Circle
viii. Discussing plans to visit Map
a particular place:  Bubble
 comparing places Map
 deciding on  Double
preference Bubble
 reasons for choice Map
ix. Writing out the itinerary B4 DT1 Writing  Multi
for the visit. formal letters Flow
x. Writing a letter Map
requesting permission
for visit.

1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1


services by: i. Enquiring about the
a Making enquiries; and service offered.
b Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

58
Level 2  Circle
iii. Making enquiries about Map
the same services from  Bubble
other companies Map
-making comparisons  Double
-deciding on the company Bubble
and giving reasons Map
iv. Filling out a service  Multi
form. Flow
Map
Level 3
v. Writing out a simple
guided letter requesting a
particular service.

2.0 Language for Level 1, 2 & 3


Informational Use i. Listening to and
2.1 Obtain information for understanding a variety
different purposes by: of texts.
a. Listening to spoken texts ii. Reading silently and
such as talks, speeches aloud with
and viewing television understanding a variety
documentaries and of texts.
multimedia;
b. Interviewing and using
questionnaires; and
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports and
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

59
2.3 Process information A. Processing texts
by: listened to by: B2 DB1
a Skimming and scanning Acquiring the
for specific information Level 1 meaning of
and ideas; i. Telling what the text is words
b. Extracting main ideas about.
and details; ii. Giving important details.
c. Discerning sequence of iii. Asking and answering
ideas; questions.
d. Getting the explicit and
implicit meaning of the Level 2
text; iv. Following sequence of
e. Predicting outcomes;] ideas.
f. Drawing conclusions; v. Identifying important
g. Identifying different point ideas.
of view;
h. Using print and Level 3  Flow
electronic dictionaries; vi. Writing down key ideas Map
i. Interpreting non-linear of a text listened to.
texts such as maps,
charts, diagrams, tables, B. Processing texts read
graphs, and by:
j. Making short notes and
mapping out ideas. Level 1
i. Stating the text type is
being read.
ii. Scanning for details.
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of
vocabulary by:  Bridge
 stating words of the Map

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same meaning
 stating words
opposite in meaning
 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers

Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the
use of prefixes;
 understanding word
formation with the
use of suffixes;
 identifying base
words
 using contextual
clues

Level 3  Multi
i. Identifying cause and Flow
effect in simple texts. Map
ii. Making simple
predictions giving
reasons.
iii. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.

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iv. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.

2.3 Present information to Presenting information by:


different audiences by:
a. Writing recounts, Level 1
descriptions, i. Narrating orally the
explanations, speeches, events that took place.  Flow
reports and articles; ii. Taking spelling and Map
b. Instructing, describing, dictation of texts: apply
narrating, explaining an spelling rules for
reporting orally;  one word or two
c. Responding to  silent ‘e’
questions orally and in
writing; Level 2
d. Presenting information i. Responding to
in non-linear forms questions and
e. including tables, graphs, comments
diagrams, charts and spontaneously orally.
vice-versa; ii. Expanding notes and
f. Expanding notes and outlines.
outlines;
g. Composing, revising Level 3
and editing drafts and v. Summarising main
checking accuracy of ideas in simple texts.
spelling, punctuation vi. Writing brief simple
and grammar; descriptions.
h. Summarizing vii. Expanding notes and
outlines.

62
information; viii. Applying process
i. Reading aloud written writing skills.
materials such as
reports clearly and
fluently; and
j. Using appropriate
format, conventions and
grammar when
presenting information.

Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1


Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with
feeling and expression
(W17) 3.1 Listen to, read and view and with correct
-Chapter 9 and respond to literary pronunciation,
Themes pg works by: intonation, stress and
140-141 a. Understanding and rhythm.
telling in one’s own ii. Finding out the meaning
words the story and of unfamiliar words by
giving one’s opinion; using contextual clues
b. Recognizing elements in and/or the dictionary.
a story such as iii. Retelling the story or
characters and setting; the content of the poem
c. Explaining the message in one’s own words.
the writer is trying to
convey and discussing Level 2
how this relates to one’s i. Telling the sequence of  Circle
life; events in a story. Map
d. Understanding other ii. Describing the place  Bubble
people’s cultures, where the story took Map
traditions, customs and place and writing a  Double
beliefs; simple paragraph on it. Bubble
e. Reciting poems with iii. Describing characters in Map
feeling and expression. the story and writing a  Tree
Map

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 Multi
simple paragraph of Flow
each character. Map

Level 3
iv. Making predictions as to
what might happen next
in the story.
v. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
vi. Giving one’s opinion of
the story

3.3 Express themselves Level 1


creatively and i. Acting out sections of a
imaginatively by: text.
a. Dramatizing text and ii. Retelling the story from
role-playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from a
different point of view Level 2
and presenting it in iii. Changing the text to
another genre; another form (genre).
c. Composing simple
poems, stories and Level 3
dialogues. iii. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
iv. Composing simple
stories at a level suitable
to learners.

W18 Science & Man & The 1.0 Language for Level 1  Love Grammar: MI Essay
7/5 – 11/5 Technolog Sea Interpersonal Use i. Greeting people and  Kindness  Compare CX B1 DL1 -Describe
y exchanging  Freedom people or CC Listening to and  Circle places (W18
1.1 Make friends and keep pleasantries.  Justice things that CCT discriminating Map & W19)
Chp 13 pg friendships by: ii. Talking about one’s  Rationality are the FS consonant  Bubble Pg. 182-183
173 a. Introducing oneself; experiences. same using ML clusters and Map
b. Talking about self, iii. Asking questions ‘as…as’ LHTL

64
family, friends, interests, politely to get  Charity  Compare homophones  Double Summary
past events, feelings, information. people or Bubble (W18 & W19)
and understanding when iv. Responding things that Map Science &
others talk about appropriately to are not the  Tree Technology
themselves; questions by stating, same using Map
refuting and giving ‘not as…as’
 Present
continuous
tense

c. Exchanging ideas and details.  Sound Literature


giving opinions on topics v. Listening to and system:
of interest; discriminating between consonant *Chapter 10
d. Taking part in long and short vowels, clusters at (W17 & W18)
conversations and diphthongs, consonant the end of
discussions. clusters, homophones, words:
homographs, past tense - sk /sk/ as Personal
and stress in compound in ‘mask’, - response
words. st /st/ as in Pg 156-157
‘test’
Level 2  Circle Literature
vi. Asking questions and Vocabulary: Map
making statements with  Similes  Bubble *Chapter
correct intonation and Map 11(W17 &
word stress to show  Double W18)
emphasis and sentence Bubble
rhythm; and Map Personal
pronouncing words  Multi response
clearly and correctly. Flow Pg 156-157
vii. Participating in teacher- Map
guided class
discussions on topics of
interest by
 agreeing to another

and saying so
 disagreeing politely with
another and giving

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one’s opinions
 defending one’s point of
view
viii. Asking questions seeking
clarification, and
responding to questions
appropriately.
ix. Writing a short letter with
guidance to a pen-pal in
Malaysia on topics of
interest.
x. Writing a longer letter to
a pen-pal overseas with
little or no guidance on
topics of interest.
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by: Level 1
a. Carrying out a variety of i. Requesting assistance.
language functions; ii. Expressing appreciation
b. Participating in and gratitude.
conversations and iii. Expressing hope.
discussions; iv. Expressing support for
c. Making plans and others.
arrangements.

Level 2
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.

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vii. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another

Level 3
viii. Discussing plans to B4 DL1  Circle
visit a particular place: Discussing plans Map
 comparing places to visit a  Bubble
 deciding on particular place Map
preference  Double
 reasons for choice B1 DT1 Writing Bubble
ix. Writing out the itinerary out itineraries Map
for the visit.  Multi
x. Writing a letter Flow
requesting permission Map
for visit.  Tree
Map
1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1
services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

Level 2
iii. Making enquiries about
the same services from

other companies
 making comparisons
 deciding on the
company and giving
reasons
iv. Filling out a service
form.

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Level 3
i. Writing out a simple
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

2.0 Language for Level 1, 2 & 3


Informational Use i. Listening to and
understanding a variety
2.1 Obtain information for of texts.
different purposes by: ii. Reading silently and
a. Listening to spoken texts aloud with
such as talks, speeches understanding a variety
and viewing television of texts.
documentaries and
multimedia;
b. Interviewing and using
questionnaires; and
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports and
articles and using other
electronic media such as
the Internet.

2.2 Process information A. Processing texts


by: listened to by:
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information Level 1
and ideas; i. Telling what the text is
b. Extracting main ideas about.
and details; ii. Giving important details.
c. Discerning sequence of iii. Asking and answering
ideas; questions.
d. Getting the explicit and
implicit meaning of the
text;
e. Predicting outcomes;
f. Drawing conclusions;

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g. Identifying different point Level 2
of view; i. Following sequence of
h. Using print and electronic ideas.
dictionaries; ii. Identifying important
i. Interpreting non-linear ideas.
texts such as maps,
charts, diagrams, tables, Level 3
graphs, and i. Writing down key ideas
j. Making short notes and of a text listened to.
mapping out ideas.
B. Processing texts read
by:
Level 1
i. Stating the text type is
being read.
ii. Scanning for details.
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of
vocabulary by:  Bridge
 stating words of the Map
same meaning
 stating words
opposite in meaning
 stating one word for a
group of words
 stating phrasal
quantifiers
Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.

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vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
 understanding word
formation with the
use of prefixes;
 understanding word
formation with the
use of suffixes;
 identifying base
words
 using contextual
clues

Level 3  Multi
iv. Identifying cause and Flow
effect in simple texts. Map
v. Making simple
predictions giving
reasons.
vi. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple
texts.
vii. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.

2.4 Present information to Presenting information by:


different audiences by:
a. Writing recounts, Level 1 B2 DT1 Writing
descriptions, i. Narrating orally the paragraphs by

70
expanding notes
explanations, speeches, events that took place.
reports and articles; ii. Taking spelling and
b. Instructing, describing, dictation of texts: apply
narrating, explaining an spelling rules for
reporting orally;  one word or two
c. Responding to questions  silent ‘e’
orally and in writing;
d. Presenting information in Level 2
non-linear forms iii. Responding to
including tables, graphs, questions and
diagrams, charts and comments
vice-versa; spontaneously orally.
e. Expanding notes and iv. Expanding notes and
outlines; outlines.
f. Composing, revising and
editing drafts and Level 3
checking accuracy of v. Summarising main
spelling, punctuation and ideas in simple texts.
grammar; vi. Writing brief simple
g. Summarizing information; descriptions.
h. Reading aloud written vii. Expanding notes and
materials such as reports outlines.
clearly and fluently; and viii. Applying process writing
i. Using appropriate format, skills.
conventions and
grammar when
presenting information.

Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1


Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with
feeling and expression
(W18) 3.1 Listen to, read and view and with correct
*Chapter 10 and respond to literary pronunciation,
Personal works by: intonation, stress and
a. Understanding and rhythm.
telling in one’s own ii. Finding out the

response b. words the story and meaning of unfamiliar


Pg 156-157 giving one’s opinion; words by using
c. Recognizing elements in contextual clues and/or
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a story such as the dictionary.
characters and setting; g. Retelling the story or the
(W18) d. Explaining the message content of the poem in
Personal the writer is trying to one’s own words.
response convey and discussing
Pg 156-157 how this relates to one’s
life;
e. Understanding other Level 2  Circle Map
people’s cultures, iii. Telling the sequence of  Bubble Map
traditions, customs and events in a story.  Double
beliefs; iv. Describing the place Bubble Map
f. Reciting poems with where the story took  Multi Flow
feeling and expression. place and writing a Map
simple paragraph on it.  Tree Map
v. Describing characters in
the story and writing a
simple paragraph of
each character.

Level 3
vi. Making predictions as to
what might happen next
in the story.
vii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
viii. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.
Level 2
3.2 Express themselves i. Changing the text to
creatively and another form (genre).
imaginatively by:
a. Dramatizing text and Level 3
role-playing characters; ii. Composing a dialogue
b. Retelling a story from a relating to the story.
different point of view iii. Composing simple
and presenting it in stories at a level
another genre; suitable to learners.
c. Composing simple
poems, stories and
dialogues.
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W19
PEPERIKSAAN SEMESTER 1
14/5 – 18/5

W20 Science & Oceans in 1.0 Language for Level 1  Love Grammar: MI Essay
21/5 – 25/5 Technolog motion Interpersonal Use i. Greeting people and  Kindness  Formation CX  Circle -Process and
y exchanging  Freedom of plurals- CC Map procedure
1.1Make friends and keep pleasantries.  Justice irregular CCT  Bubble (W21)
friendships by: ii. Talking about one’s  Rationality plurals FS Map Pg.195-196
a. Introducing oneself; experiences.  Charity -nouns with no ML  Double
Chp 14 pg b. Talking about self, iii. Asking questions change in LHTL Bubble Summary
187 family, friends, interests, politely to get number in the Map (W21)Science
past events, feelings, information. plural form  Tree & Technology
and understanding when iv. Responding Sound Map
others talk about appropriately to system: Literature
themselves; questions by stating,  stress in *Chapter 12
c. Exchanging ideas and refuting and giving words (W21)
giving opinions on topics details.
of interest; Listening to and  Vocabulary Personal
d. Taking part in discriminating between : response
conversations and long and short vowels,  Homophone Pg 156-157
discussions. diphthongs, consonant s
clusters, homophones,
homographs, past tense
and stress in compound
words.
Level 2
v. Asking questions and
making statements with
correct intonation and
word stress to show
emphasis and sentence
rhythm; and
pronouncing words
clearly and correctly.
vi. Participating in teacher-
guided class
discussions on topics of
interest by
-agreeing to another and
saying

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-disagreeing politely with
another and giving one’s
opinions
-defending one’s point of
view
vii. Asking questions seeking
clarification, and
responding to questions
appropriately.
viii. Writing a short letter with
guidance to a pen-pal in
Malaysia on topics of
interest.
ix. Writing a longer letter to a
pen-pal overseas with little
or no guidance on topics
of interest.

1.2 Take part in social Level 1


interaction by: i. Requesting assistance.
a. Carrying out a variety of ii. Expressing appreciation
language functions; and gratitude.
b. Participating in iii. Expressing hope.
conversations and iv. Expressing support for
discussions; others.
c. Making plans and
arrangements. Level 2
v. Taking down phone
messages for friends
and family members.
vi. Relaying phone
messages orally or in
writing to people
concerned.
vii. Writing notes:
 requesting for
assistance
 thanking another

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Level 3
viii. Discussing plans to visit  Circle
a particular place: Map
 comparing places  Bubble
 deciding on Map
preference  Double
 reasons for choice Bubble
ix. Writing out the itinerary Map
for the visit.  Multi
x. Writing a letter Flow
requesting permission Map
for visit.

1.3 Obtain goods and Level 1


services by: i. Enquiring about the
a. Making enquiries; and service offered.
b. Ordering goods and ii. Clarifying the type of
services. service offered.

Level 2
iii. Making enquiries about
the same services from
other companies
-making comparisons
-deciding on the company
and giving reasons
iv. Filling out a service
form.

Level 3
v. Writing out a simple
guided letter requesting
a particular service.

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2.0 Language for Level 1, 2 & 3
Informational Use i. Listening to and
understanding a variety
2.1 Obtain information for of texts.
different purposes by: ii. Reading silently and
a. Listening to spoken aloud with
texts such as talks, understanding a variety
speeches and viewing of texts.
television
documentaries and
multimedia;
b. Interviewing and using
questionnaires;
and
c. Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles and using
other electronic media
such as the Internet.

2.2 Process information A. Processing texts listened


by: to by: B1 DB1 Reading
a. Skimming and scanning and following
for specific information Level 1 sequence of
and ideas; i. Telling what the text is ideas
b. Extracting main ideas about.
and details; ii. Giving important details. B5 DL1
c. Discerning sequence of iii. Asking and answering Presenting
ideas; questions. information from
d. Getting the explicit and non-linear texts
implicit meaning of the Level 2
text; iv. Following sequence of
e. Predicting outcomes; ideas.
f. Drawing conclusions; v. Identifying important
g. Identifying different point ideas.
of view;
h. Using print and Level 3
electronic dictionaries; vi. Writing down key ideas
i. Interpreting non-linear of a text listened to.
texts such as maps,
charts, diagrams, tables,
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graphs, and B.Processing texts read by:
j. Making short notes and
mapping out ideas. Level 1
i. Stating the text type is
being read.
ii. Scanning for details.
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of B1 DB1 Reading
vocabulary by: and following
- stating words of the sequence of
same meaning ideas
- stating words
opposite in meaning
- stating one word for a B3 DB1
group of words Processing texts
- stating phrasal read by using  Bridge
quantifiers contextual Map
Level 2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
viii. Acquiring the meaning
of words by
- understanding word
formation with the
use of prefixes;
- understanding word
formation with the
use of suffixes;
- identifying base
words using
contextual clues

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Level 3
ix. Identifying cause and
effect in simple texts.
Making simple
predictions giving
reasons.
x. Drawing obvious  Multi
conclusions in simple Flow
texts. Map
xi. Interpreting information
from notices, articles
from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and
graphs.
2.3 Present information to Presenting information by:
different audiences by:
a. Writing recounts, Level 1
descriptions, i. Narrating orally the
explanations, speeches, events that took place.
reports and articles; ii. Taking spelling and
b. Instructing, describing, dictation of texts: apply
narrating, explaining an spelling rules for
reporting orally;  one word or two
c. Responding to questions  silent ‘e’
orally and in writing;
d. Presenting information in Level 2
non-linear forms iii. Responding to
including tables, graphs, questions and
diagrams, charts and comments
vice-versa; spontaneously orally.
e. Expanding notes and iv. Expanding notes and
outlines; outlines.
f. Composing, revising and
editing drafts and Level 3
checking accuracy of i. Summarising main ideas
spelling, punctuation and in simple texts.
grammar; ii. Writing brief simple
g. Summarizing information;
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h. Reading aloud written descriptions.
materials such as reports iii. Expanding notes and
clearly and fluently; and outlines.
i. Using appropriate format, iv. Applying process writing
conventions and skills.
grammar when
presenting information.
Literature: 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1
Moby Dick Use i. Reciting a poem with
feeling and expression
(W21) 3.1Listen to, read and view and with correct
*Chapter 12 and respond to literary pronunciation,
Personal works by: intonation, stress and
response a. Understanding and rhythm.
Pg 156-157 telling in one’s own ii. Finding out the meaning
words the story and of unfamiliar words by
giving one’s opinion; using contextual clues
b. Recognizing elements and/or the dictionary.
in a story such as iii. Retelling the story or
characters and the content of the poem
setting; in one’s own words.
c. Explaining the Level 2  Circle
message the writer is iv. Telling the sequence of Map
trying to convey and events in a story.  Bubble
discussing how this v. Describing the place Map
relates to one’s life; where the story took
d. Understanding other  Double
place and writing a Bubble
people’s cultures, simple paragraph on it.
traditions, customs Map
vi. Describing characters in  Tree
and beliefs; the story and writing a
e. Reciting poems with Map
simple paragraph of
feeling and each character.
expression.

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Level 3
vii. Making predictions as to B6 DB1 Reading
what might happen next and predicting
in the story.
viii. Relating events,
characters and values
in a story to one’s life.
ix. Giving one’s opinion of
the story.

3.2 Express themselves Level 1


creatively and imaginatively iv. Acting out sections of a
by: text.
a. Dramatizing text and v. Retelling the story from
role-playing characters; a different point of view.
b. Retelling a story from
a different point of Level 2
view and presenting it iii. Changing the text to
in another genre; another form (genre).
c. Composing simple
poems, stories and Level 3
dialogues. iii. Composing a dialogue
relating to the story.
iv. Composing simple
stories at a level
suitable to learners.

28/5 – 24/6 Cuti Semester 1


Poem: Poisoned Talk
W21 Summary: People
25/6 – 29/6 Essay: Picture series/Recount
Novel: Describe characters in a novel
Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
Listening Revision
W22 Poem: Poisoned Talk
2/7 – 6/7 Summary: Social issues
Essay: Formal Letter/Informal letter/
W23 Novel: Describe characters in a novel
9/7 – 13/7 Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
Listening Revision
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Poem: The Day the Bulldozers Came
W24 Summary: Environment
16/7 – 20/7 Essay: Direction/Describe places
Novel: Plot/Event
Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
Listening Revision
W25 Poem: The Day the Bulldozers Came
23/7 – 27/7 Summary: Science and Technology
Essay: Opinion/Argument
Novel: Plot/Event
Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
Listening Revision
W26 Poem: What is Red (Revision of F2 poems)
30/7 – 3/8 Summary: Social issues
Essay: Article/Speech
Novel: Moral Values
Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
Listening Revision
W27 Poem: My Hero (Revision of F2 Poems)
6/8 – 10/8 Summary: People
Essay: Picture series/Recount
Novel: Moral Values
Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
Listening Revision
W28 Poem: Sad I Ams (Revision of F1 Poems)
13/8 – 17/8 Summary: Social issues
* Ujian Essay: Formal Letter/Informal letter/
Mendengar Novel: Themes
BM&BI (14/8- Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
15/8) Listening Revision
W29
Peperiksaan Trial 1
27/8 -30/8
Poem: News Break (Revision of F1 Poems)
W30 Summary: Environment
3/9 – 7/9 Essay: Report /Process and procedure
Novel: Themes
Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)

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W31 Poem: Poisoned Talk
(10/9 – 14/9) Poem: The Day The Bulldozer Came
Summary: Environment
Essay: Report /Process and procedure
Novel: Themes
Intensive exercise on answering Paper 1( Model Test Paper)
W32 Intensive Revision PT3 Model Test Papers
(17/9 – 21/9) Essay : Article
* Hari Malaysia Novel : Themes
(17/9) Poem : Sad I ams
W33 Intensive Revision Past Year PT3 Papers
(24/9 – 28/9) Essay : Speech
Novel : Characters
Poem : Poisoned Talk
W34 Intensive Revision PT3 Forecast Papers
(1/10 – 5/10) Essay : Report
Novel : Setting
Poem : The Day The Bulldozer Came
W35
PT3 EXAMINATION
(8/10 – 12/10)
W36-41
POST PT3 ACTIVITIES
(15/10 – 23/11)
24/11 –
Year End School Break
31/12/2018

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