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ENGLISH LANGUAGE WRITING YEAR SIX YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK

WEEKS 1st -16th THEMES/TOPICS World of Self, Family and friends. 1. Personal Details. 2. Family and relatives 3. My hobbies 4. Food 5. Occupations Contemporary Literature 3.6.7 State collective nouns. 3.7 Use the dictionary to get the appropriate meaning of word. 3.11 read independently widely and 3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary. 3.11.1 Read according to ones interest and keep a reading record. 4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. 4.2.1 Complete the above texts with the missing words with guidance. 4.2.2 Complete the above texts with the missing words without any guidance. 4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. . 4.3.1 Form sentences and questions by; -matching sentence halves, and -expanding on words given 4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on; - words and phrases given, and; - on picture stimulus 4.3.3 write paragraph based on; -words or phrases LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.5 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the context. 3.6 Acquire a wide range of vocabulary. SPECIFICATIONS 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the context. 3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words. 3.6.6 Used words to show comparison. LANGUAGE CONTENTS 1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) prefix im and in 8) Simple past tense

4.1 Complete texts with the missing word, phrase or sentence. 4.2 Complete texts with the missing words.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE WRITING YEAR SIX YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK


WEEKS 1st 16th THEMES/TOPICS World of Self, Family and friends 6. Personal Details. 7. Family and relatives 8. My hobbies 9. Food 10. Occupations Contemporary Literature LEARNING OUTCOMES 4.4 Write simple informal letters to friends, parents, other family members, and pen-pals in a social context. SPECIFICATIONS 4.4.1 write simple guided letters to friends and/or family members. 4.4.2 write simple letters to pen-pals ( less guidance ) 4.8 write and express oneself creatively such as when composing simple poems and stories, creating greeting cards, posters, etc. 4.9 Spell correctly and take dictation. 4.10 Punctuate meaningfully. 4.8.1 Compose stories and poems with guidance. LANGUAGE CONTENTS 1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) prefix im and in 8) Simple past tense

4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.10.1 Punctuate meaningfully. -

Feb 2007 17th 33rd

February Monthly Test

World of Knowledge 1) Nature, animals, plants 2) Historical places and/or landmarks 3) Festival and celebrations Contemporary Literature

Questions are based on the topics and skills that had been taught in the class 2.2 Ask questions politely to obtain information and clarification.

2.2.1 Ask WH questions to seek for information. 2.2.2 Ask questions to seek information and clarification. 2.2.3 Ask questions with question tags. 2.2.4 Responding such questions. to

1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) Verbs 8) Simple past tense

2.7 Talk about people , places, and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language

2.7.1 Talk about the people in the story 2.7.2 Talk about the place in a story. 2.7.3 Talk about the values explored in the stories.

3.3 Read and understand phrases, sentences, paragraphs, and whole texts.

3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by; -completing info transfer diagrams.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE WRITING YEAR SIX

YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK


WEEKS 17th 33rd THEMES/TOPICS World of Knowledge 1) Nature, animals, plants 2) Historical places and/or landmarks 3) Festival and celebrations Contemporary Literature LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.6 Acquire a wide range of vocabulary. SPECIFICATIONS 3.6.3 Read and distinguish homographs 3.6.6 Used words to show comparison. 3.6.7 State collective nouns. 3.6.9 Understand simple similes and proverbs. 4.1 Complete texts with the missing word, phrase or sentence. 4.1.2 Write clearly and legibly in print for captions, labels, maps, diagrams, etc and towns in maps and pictures. 4.2.1 Complete the above texts with the missing words with guidance. 4.2.2 Complete the above texts with the missing words without any guidance. 4.2.3 Complete mindmaps, diagrams with information from the texts. 4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 4.3.1 Form sentences and questions by; -matching sentence halves, and -expanding on words given 4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on; - words and phrases given, and; - on picture stimulus 4.3.3 write paragraph based on; -words or phrases APRIL 2007 APRIL MONTHLY TEST Questions are based on the topics and skills that had been taught in the class. LANGUAGE CONTENTS 1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) Verbs 8) Simple past tense

4.2 Complete texts with the missing words.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE WRITING YEAR SIX YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK


WEEKS 17th 33rd THEMES/TOPICS World of Knowledge 1) Nature, animals, plants 2) Historical places and/or landmarks 3) Festival and celebrations Contemporary Literature LEARNING OUTCOMES 4.5 Write simple formal letters to the teacher and other people in authority for a particular purpose. 4.6 Write simple factual descriptions of things, events, scenes and what one saw and did. 4.8 write and express oneself creatively such as when composing simple poems and stories, creating greeting cards, posters, etc. 4.9 Spell correctly and take dictation. SPECIFICATIONS 4.5.1 Write a simple guided letter to the class teacher explaining , for example why one was absent from school. 4.6.1 write simple guided descriptions. LANGUAGE CONTENTS 1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) Verbs 8) Simple past tense

4.8.1 Create greeting cards and posters.

4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.

4.10 Punctuate meaningfully.

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MAY 2007 34th 35th 40th

MID TERM EXAMINATION

Questions are based on the topics and skills that had been taught in the class -

Marking Examination Papers Submit and key-in marks

World of Stories 1)Legends 2) Fables 3) Short Stories

2.6 Tell stories based on pictures and other stimuli and recite poems.

2.6.2 Continuing a story being told. 2.6.3 Tell what happens next. 2.6.4 Give suitable endings to a story or fable. 2.6.5 Retell stories by changing voice to indicate narrator and characters. 2.6.6 Tell simple stories

1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) Verbs 8) Simple past tense

ENGLISH LANGUAGE WRITING YEAR SIX YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK


WEEKS 35th -40th THEMES/TOPICS World of Stories 1)Legends 2) Fables 3) Short Stories LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.7. Talk about the people, places and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. SPECIFICATIONS 2.7.1 Name the good and bad characters and tell why they are good or bad. 2.7.2 Talk about the place in a story. 2.7.3 Talk about the place in a story. 2.7.4 Talk about the values explored in the stories. 2.8 Express thoughts and feelings and give opinions on things read, seen, heard and viewed in simple language. 2.8.1 State whether one likes or does not like the story and give reasons. 2.8.2 Relate the story to ones life. 3.5 Read and understand the meanings of words by guessing their meaning through the use of contextual clues. 3.6 Acquire a wide range of vocabulary. 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the context. LANGUAGE CONTENTS 1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) Verbs 8) Simple past tense

3.6.1 Give words opposite in meaning 3.6.2 Give words similar in meaning 3.6.6 Used words to show comparison. 3.6.7 State collective nouns. 3.6.9 Understand simple similes and proverbs.

3.7 Use the dictionary to get the appropriate meaning of word.

3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary. 3.7.2 Read and select the definition suited to the meaning of the word in context.

WEEKS 35th -40th

THEMES/TOPICS World of Stories 1)Legends 2) Fables 3) Short Stories

LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.11 read widely and independently 4.1 Complete texts with the missing word, phrase or sentence.

SPECIFICATIONS 3.11.1 Read according to ones interest and keep a reading record 4.1.2 Write clearly and legibly in print for captions, labels, maps, diagrams, etc and towns in maps and pictures. 4.2.1 Complete the above texts with the missing words with guidance. 4.2.2 Complete the above texts with the missing words without any guidance. 4.2.3 Complete mindmaps, diagrams with information from the texts.

LANGUAGE CONTENTS 1) Compound words 2) Simple present tense 3) Interrogative nouns 4) Conjunction 5) Collective nouns 6) Countable and uncountable nouns 7) Verbs 8) Simple past tense

4.2 Complete texts with the missing words.

4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently.

4.3.1 Form sentences and questions by; -matching sentence halves, and -expanding on words given 4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on; - words and phrases given, and; - on picture stimulus 4.3.3 write paragraph based on; -words or phrases

4.6 Write simple factual descriptions of things, events, scenes and what one saw and did. 4.9 Spell correctly and take dictation.

4.6.1 write simple guided descriptions.

4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.

WEEKS October 2007

THEMES/TOPICS SEMESTER 2 EXAMINATION Housekeeping Marking Examination Papers Submit and key-in marks

LEARNING OUTCOMES Questions are based on the topics and skills that had been taught in the class

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