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FORM 4 ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2019

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FORM 4 ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2019

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 EMPHASIS SYSTEM
1–3 CHAPTER 1 Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Group discussion. Thinking Skills: Language Vowel
a. take part in discussions √ 2. Answer WH-questions Remembering Forms and /I/ /i:/
2-18 b. comparing and contrasting √ 3. Talking about experiences, etc. Understanding Functions
Jan.2019 People c. keep a daily journal √ 4. Writing down significant happenings from Applying Diphthongs
‘Knowing me, d. write a description √ time to time.
Knowing you’ e. Problem-solving √ 5. Scanning for specific ideas. Multiple /eɪ/,/aɪ/,
Language For Informational Use 6. Look for required information in a text. Intelligences
a. identifying main ideas √ 7. Following sequence of ideas. /ɔɪ/
b. Interview people √ √ 8. Reciting a poem
Language For Aesthetic Use 9. Gallery walk
THE LIVING PHOTOGRAPH
a. reciting a poem √
b. identifying the idea from each √
stanza

4–7 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Talk about experiences (Think-pair-share) Thinking Skills: Language Consonant
21.1.2019- 2 a. Recall past experiences √ 2. Responding to questions politely by giving Analysing Forms and /w/ /v/
15.2.2019 b. Keeping a journal √ required information. Evaluating Functions
Environment c. Exchanging idea √ 3. Skimming and scanning for specific ideas. Creating
Language For Informational Use 4. Summarize: identify main idea.
‘Saving Every a. listening and completing a map √ 5. Jot down key words and phrases. Multiple
Drop’ b. identify main idea 6. Describing characters and setting Intelligences
c. Write a report √ 7. Explanation of plot and sequence of events
Language For Aesthetic Use √ √
LIVING PHOTOGRAPH
a. structural element √ √
b. conveying message

5-6 FEB CHINESE NEW YEAR HOLIDAY

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FORM 4 ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2019
8-9 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Persuading someone to do something in Thinking Skills: The simple Sentence
3 a. Sharing and Recording past √ simple language. Remembering Past Tense Stress and
18 Feb-1 experience √ 2. Silent reading & reading aloud of current Understanding Modals – Intonation
March Social Issues b. Group Discussion √ issues Applying ‘should’ and
.2019 Language For Informational Use 3. Drawing conclusions by completing the ‘need’
‘Reaching a. Listening and sequencing .. √ diagram
Out’ b. process information √ 4. Understand context clues. Multiple
c. write a report √ 5. True / False statements Intelligences
Language For Aesthetic Use 6. Writing a short article on the environment.
TANJUNG RHU 7. Talking about the message of the story
a. elements in a short story (Hot Seat)
b. explaining the message

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 EMPHASIS SYSTEM
10-11 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Talking about experience Thinking Skills: The Present Stress on
4 a. Sharing experience and feeling √ 2. Summarize main points in a table. Analysing Perfect Tense four-syllable
4-15 March Health Language For Informational Use 3. Identifying points in a text. Evaluating Revision on words
2019 a. convert information into a table. 4. Understand contextual clues. Creating Simple Past
‘Checking b. making inferences 5. Writing an interview of an outstanding Tense
up on c. present information for different √ achievement. ICT Skills:
Health’ audiences. √ √ √ 6. Describing the place and time the story Internet for
Language For Aesthetic Use took place. research
TANJUNG RHU 7. Narrating sequence of events
a. Identifying Characters in story
b. structural element

12 TEST 1 18-22 MARCH 2019


13 SCHOOL HOLIDAY, MID-TERM 1: 23-29 MARCH 2019
14-15 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Express concern and offer help. Thinking Skills: Gerunds Homophones
5 a. Sharing Information. √ 2. Arranging conversation in the right order. Remembering Gerunds after
1.4.2019- Values b. Giving Opinions √ 3. Reading for main ideas. Understanding prepositions
12.4.2019 Language For Informational Use 4. Summarizing the main idea from a web Applying
‘Deciding a. scanning for specific information. diagram. Infinitives
on Dams’ b. linking the main ideas. √ 5. Write a fact sheet on a common illness.
c. Writing a summary √ 6. Describe characters and write a description Multiple
Language For Aesthetic Use √ of a character. Intelligences:
LEAVING 7. Write the theme of the story. Linguistic-
a. elements in short story √ verbal/bodily-
b. structural element √ kinesthetic

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FORM 4 ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2019
16 – 17 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Make enquiries about a product. Thinking Skills: Passive Consonant
6 a. Sharing experiences about Internet √ 2. Identify the correct statements. Analysing Construction clusters
15.4.2019- shopping 3. Read and identify the sequence of ideas in Evaluating /sl/ /kl/
26.4.2019 Science Language For Informational Use an informal talk. Creating Logical
and a. listening and comnpleting the table √ √ √ 3. Writing an informal talk. Connectors
Technology b. discerning sequence of ideas. 4. Drawing conclusions from an informal talk. Preparation for the
c. expanding notes √ 5. Search occupations that are relevant in the real world: Sequence
“Going High d. drawing conclusion √ field of science and technology Occupations in the Connectors
Tech’ e. presenting information in non-linear 6. Identify imagery in the poem. field of science and
forms. 7. Understand the messages in the poem. technology The prefix ‘pre’
Language For Aesthetic Use
LEAVING
a. elements in short story √
b. structural element

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 EMPHASIS SYSTEM
18-19 CHAPTER 7 Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Discuss about personal experiences Thinking Skills: Concord: Words from
a. talking about personal √ (helping people, etc.) in pairs/groups. Remembering Subject-Verb foreign
29.4.2019- People experiences.. 2. Note important details. Understanding Agreement languages
10.5.2019 Language For Informational Use 3. Convert information into a graph. Applying Adjectives and
‘Looking Up a. listening to spoken text. 4. Identifying supporting details. Nouns
Lifestyle’ b. presenting information. √ 5. Find evidence to support statements.
c. reading materials in print. 6. Identify main events in the correct
d. extracting main ideas. √ √ sequence.
e. write recounts. √ 7. Write a simple narrative.
Language For Aesthetic Use √ 8. Describe characters and setting.
Revision: Poems and short stories 9. Identifying the plot.
a. structural elements √ √ 10. Identifying the message and values in
b. conveying message √ √ the short story.

20-21 MID YEAR EXAMINATION (13-24.5.2019)


22-23 MID YEAR HOLIDAYS (25.5.2019-9.6.2019)

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FORM 4 ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2019
24-25 CHAPTER 8 Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Express concern and sympathy. Thinking Skills: Verb and Homographs
10.6.2019- Environment a. Sharing experiences on √ 2. Exchange ideas on how society can Analysing Prepositions
21.6.2019 environmental damage. √ √ help the elderly. Evaluating combination
‘Caring for the b. identifying different points of view. 3. Design a card / write a letter to Creating
Environment’ Language For Informational Use √ √ express concern and to comfort. Adjectives and
a. Making predictions √ 4. Completing a diagrams Multiple Preposition
b. Identifying cause and effect 5. Read a poem and seek correct Intelligence: combinations
Language For Aesthetic Use answers to multiple choice questions. Linguistic-
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE √ √ 6. Identifying the theme. verbal/bodily-
a. structural element kinesthetic
b. conveying message

26-28 CHAPTER 9 Language For Interpersonal Use √ √ 1. Respond to questions politely by giving Using the Punctiation- Consonant
24.6.2019- Social Issues a. Sharing experiences on problems the required information. bibliography colon, hypen, sounds
12.07.2019 Language For Informational Use 2. Give feedback about a service. brackets /kr/ /br/ /fl/
‘Facing a. reading materials in print and √ 3. Read extracts from letters of complain Values and /bl/
Teenage scanning for information √ and skim for gist. Citizenship Revision-
Blues’ b. skimming for ideas. 4. Understand context clues. Education: Present
c. meaning of text. √ √ 5. Writing a a report Courageous acts Perfect and
d. Write a report √ √ 6. Revision on poems and short stories. Simple Past
Language For Aesthetic Use tense
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE √ √
a. structural element √ √
b. conveying message

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 EMPHASIS SYSTEM
29-32 CHAPTER 10 Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Offer advice. Thinking skills Prepositions of Consonants
a. exchanging ideas and opinions. √ 2. Exchange ideas on topics of interest. Remembering direction sounds /s/
15.7.2019- Science & b. solving problems and making √ 3. Make recommendations and suggest Understanding /zem/ /sp/
9.8.2019 Technology decision. ways to solve a problem. Applying Preposition of
Language For Informational Use 4. Read a brochure – scan for details. purpose
‘Moving a. scanning for specific information. 5. Identifying supporting details.
ahead’ b. identifying point of views. √ √ √ 6. Use headings to understand main
c. writing description. √ √ points. Multiple
Language For Aesthetic Use 7. Prepare a scrapbook of gadget Intelligence: visual-
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS 8. Identify theme and message of poem. spatial
a. elements in DRAMA 9. Identify setting and cultural background.
b. structural element 10. Identify the poetry devices – ICT Skills:
personification, metaphor, etc. Search for
information

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FORM 4 ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2019
34-35 CHAPTER 11 Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Talk about one’s preferences. Thinking Skills: Prepositions of Consonant
& 12 a. exchanging opinions on topics of √ 2. Discuss plans and arrangements – Analysing time sounds
19.8.2019 – interest. writing a report about an event. Evaluating /k/ /ks/ /z/
30.8.2019 Health b. completing a table on meals √ √ 3. Listen to a report and note important Creating Preposition of
& c. making decisions. details. associations
Values Language For Informational Use 4. Read a report and identify main ideas Multiple Sentence
a. listening to spoken text. √ and supporting ideas; interpret non- Intelligence: stress in
1.‘Health b. extracting main ideas. linear text such as tables and graphs; musical, logical- The Past statements
Living’ c. interpreting non-linear text. √ understand contextual clues. mathematical Perfect Tense and
Language For Aesthetic Use √ √ √ 5. Retell a story in one’s word. questions
Revision: Poems and short stories √ √ 6. Narrating sequence of events. Adverbs of
2. ‘Loving Our a. structural elements √ √ 7. Identify characters, themes. degree-
Country’ b. conveying message √ √ 8. Identify theme, setting and cultural thoroughly,
background. completely,
9.Identify the values embedded in the short nearly
story.

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 EMPHASIS SYSTEM
36-38 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal 1. Respond to questions politely by giving the Thinking Skills: Conjuctions – Contractions
3.09.2019- 13 & 14 Use √ required information. Remembering ‘either..or’, ‘d’ and ‘m’
20.09.2019 a. carrying out language function. √ 2. Read topics of current interest. Understanding neither..nor’
Environment b. reading materials in print. √ 3. Exchange opinions. Applying Silent ‘g’ /n/,
c. responding to questions orally. √ 4. Listen to panel discussion and note important Conjuntions- silent ‘I’ /m/,
People Language For Informational √ details. Making ‘Although’, /lm/, /r/
Use 5. Identify main ideas – jot down key words and interpretations ‘However’ sounds
1.’Preserving a. listening to spoken text. √ √ phrases.
Nature’ b. scanning for specific √ 6. Read point of view to identify supporting Types of The
information. √ √ √ details and to understand context clues. sentences : diphthong
2. ‘Promoting c. identifying different points of 7. Draw conclusions – identify cause and effect. Simple sound
our crafts’ view. 8. Summarize – identify points of view. Sentence, /əʊ̯/
d. drawing conclusions. 9. Recite the poem. compound
e. summarizing information. 10. Write a paragraph stating one’s opinion of Sentence, The /e/ and
Language For Aesthetic Use the poem. Complex /ʌ/
Revision: Poems and short 11. Identify theme, setting and cultural sentence
stories background.
a. structural elements
b. conveying message

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23/09-11/10 REVISION FOR FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION
42-43 FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION (14-25.10.2019)
YEAR END HOLIDAYS

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L1 = Level 1 – outlines the basic skills to be achieved by students.


L2 = Level 2 – outlines the continuation of the students’ progress after achieving the basic skills.
L3 = Level 3 – outlines the advanced skills to be achieved by students.

FORM FOUR ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2017


LITERATURE COMPONENT

GENRE TITLE
LIVING PHOTOGRAPH BY JACKIE KAY
POEM CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE BY TENNYSON
LEAVING NO FOOTPRINT BY STORIES FROM ASIA RETOLD BY KAY WEST
SHORT STORY (TANJUNG RHU BY MINFONG HO)
CHANGING THEIR SKIES BY STORIES FROM AFRICA (LEAVING BY M.G.VASSANJI)

DRAMA FIVE SHORT PLAYS BY OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS (THE RIGHT THING TO DO)

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FORM 4 ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2019
WEEK GENRE LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL
1 2 3 EMPHASIS
POEM: Language For Aesthetic Use 1. Reciting a poem with feeling and expression Thinking Skills:
a. understanding and telling in one’s own √ √ √ and with correct pronunciation, intonation, Remembering
LIVING words the story and poem heard stress and rhythm. Understanding
PHOTOGRAPH and/or read, and giving one’s opinion 2. Read a story Applying
of the text; 3. Talking about values found in the text. Analysing
CHARGE OF THE b. recognizing elements in a story such as 4. Talking about the theme and writing a simple Evaluating
LIGHT BRIGADE characters and setting; paragraph about the theme of the story. Creating
c. explaining the message the writer is 5. Talking about the message the writer is
SHORT STORY: trying to convey and discussing how putting across and writing a simple paragraph
this relates to one’s life; on it.
TANJUNG RHU d. understanding other people’s cultures, 6. Telling how events, characters and values in Values:
traditions, customs and beliefs; the text are similar to one’s life. Compassion
e. reciting poems with feeling and 7. Giving the sequence of events. Courage
LEAVING expression. 8. Talking about the place and time the story Self discipline
took place or the place the poem describes Cooperation
DRAMA: and writing a simple paragraph on it.
FIVE SHORT 9. Talking about characters in a story and
PLAYS writing a simple paragraph on one or two
characters.

Prepared By: JENNET SHANTI RAHMAN Approved by,