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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN PADANG TEMBAK JLN SEMARAK, KUALA LUMPUR

SCHEME OF WORK 2009

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FORM FOUR

WEEK (DATE)

TOPIC THEME INTRO TO FORM 4 SYLLABUS SPM ENGLISH PAPER 1 AND 11 ( 1119 1 / 2 )

LEARNING OUTCOMES

L E V E L

SPECIFICATIONS

ACTIVITIES/ EXAMPLES / NOTES LISTENING ANDSPEAKING - explaining the format of English SPM Paper 1&2 - explaining each section of both papers ( criteria of ideal answers and allocation of marks) WRITING - introducing 1119/2 Continuous Writing - explaining the criteria of good essays - asking students to write an essay

PED. APP

1 ( 3-5 / 1 )

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to familiarize students with the examination format to ask students to write a brief descriptive essay to identify their competency in English to ask students to answer basic grammatical questions to identify their proficiency

LHTL

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writing a brief descriptive essay answering grammatical questions

2&3 ( 8–19/1 )

KNOWING ME KNOWING YOU ( PEOPLE )

1.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.1 Make friends and keep friendship by 1 - Relating personal experiences LISTENING AND SPEAKING CT

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talking about one’s self, family and friends, interests, past events, feelings, personal experiences when others talk about themselves

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sharing with group members and classmates one’s own knowledge about the Malay, Chinese and Indian wedding ceremony ( TB:P 11 – 14 ) CT CS MI ML

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Pronouncing words correctly and clearly Asking questions and making statements with the correct stress, intonation and rhythm

B. Processing texts read by : 2

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Skimming for the gist and stating what the text is about Identifying main ideas in a simple text effect

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LISTENING AND SPEAKING - discussing the different types of wedding ceremonies of the different races in Malaysia - talking about the differences and similarities of the wedding ceremonies ( TB: P 11 – 14 ) RATIONALE CLOZE Highlighting criteria of questions Identifying the main ideas for each short text

CS MI ML

- Identifying simple cause and

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persona and setting of the poem Talking about values in the text and whether they are meaningful to one’s life - Sequencing events 3 - - Describing theme. 15 and 2 3 16 ) WRITING .Recognizing elements in the poem such as the theme.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Process information by: 1 skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas extracting main ideas and details getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 2. 4 .Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to one’s life 1 - Narrating sequence of events 2 - Describing the theme.2 Process information by: Reading texts on wedding ceremonies Ticking correct answers ( TB: P 8 ) Reporting similarities between two weddings Writing a guided composition READING COMPREHENSION Answer comprehension questions ( TB: P 8.Answering the questions 2. read view and respond to literary work by: .Writing a short report in own group the differences between two weddings ..1 Listen to.Understanding and telling in one’s own words the poem heard and read and giving opinion of the text .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.Writing an essay on a wedding ceremony attended CS CT MI TS 3 THE ROAD NOT TAKEN BY ROBERT FROST 3. character and setting .

Giving each group a “Dear Abby” letter where the individual describes a problem with either family members or friends .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.Taking part in conversations and discussions .1 Make friends and keep friendships by : .- Understanding how and why some strange choices are made by people Reciting poems with feeling and expression character and setting Writing a simple paragraph on choosing the correct choice in life WRITING . information and opinions on topics of such as lifestyles 2 Making a decision regarding an action to be taken based on agreement by group members LISTENING AND SPEAKING WRITING CS CT TS Present information by: Offering advice in simple language Expressing concern in simple Language LISTENING AND SPEAKING WRITING ( GROUP WORK ) .Giving opinions and comments 4 CHINESE NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS ( 26 -30/1 ) LOOKING UP LIFESTYLES ( PEOPLE ) 1.Writing suitable responses to the letters 5 (22/1–2/2) 1 CS CT TS 5 .Exchanging ideas.

Deciding on a person from an older generation that the group is going to interview .Writing the interview ( TB : P 126 ) LISTENING AND SPEAKING WRITING ( GROUP WORK ) .Suggesting a solution (writing a paragraph) ( TB : P 132 ) 2.Reading a story on broken family/lifestyles of people .Pointing out the different lifestyles and activities of different generations that belong to different periods of time .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 3 Suggest ways to solve a problem CS CT TS B.Listing out the questions that are going to be asked .( GROUP WORK ) . Processing texts read by : READING CS 6 .Answering questions .

Listing out the main points .summarizing information Obtaining information by: 1 2 3 Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a text MI ML TS 7 .Identifying simple cause and effect COMPREHENSION .Skimming for gist and stating what the text is all about .Identifying supporting details in a simple text .3 Present information to different audiences by: .getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 1 2 3 .Identifying simple texts .2.2 Process information by: .Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find the meanings and main ideas in a simple text .Answering comprehension questions ( Articles From Newspapers or Magazines ) WRITING .extracting main ideas and details .Reading a text for details .Answering comprehension questions ( TB : P 131 – 132 ) MI CS MI READING COMPREHENSION .skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas .Writing a summary ( TB :P 131-132 ) ( TB :P 138 ) ( Articles From Newspapers or MI CS 2.Answering comprehension questions ( TB :P 138 ) READING COMPREHENSION .

customs and beliefs 1 2 Narrating sequence of events Talking about values in the text and whether they are meaningful to one’s life and writing about a simple paragraph on this Talking about the message the poet is trying to put across in his/her poem and writing a simple paragraph on it Saying orally what one thinks about the text and writing a simple paragraph on it Understanding some of the figurative language of the text LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION WRITING .Completing a task sheet on the plot Highlighting the themes.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.2 Make friends and keep friendships by : 1 Responding to questions politely by giving the required LISTENING AND SPEAKING CS 8 .Discussing the sequence of events . literally devices.Magazines ) 4&5 (22/1–2/2) THE LOTUS EATER By SOMERSET MAUGHAM 3. traditions.Understanding other people’s cultures.Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to one’s life 3 .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1. read view and respond to literary work by: .1 Listen to. point of view and moral values of the story Doing exercises on these components CS CT MI - - - 6 (5/2–9/2) SAVING EVERY DROP (ENVIRONMENT) 1.

Opinion put forth by students - CT 1.Discussing plans and arrangements. laws. word stress and sentence rhythm Read topics of current interest and exchanging ideas Question-Answer session CT READING COMPREHENSION .- Taking part in conversations and discussions Exchanging ideas.Gathering articles on the topics and discussing them in groups .Read and answer comprehension questions on passages on pollution and landslides LISTENING AND SPEAKING . solving problems and making decisions 1 - Expressing concern in simple language 2 - Making a decision regarding an action to be taken based on agreement of all members of a group Suggest ways to solve a problem LISTENING AND SPEAKING DESIGNING A POSTER .2 Take part in social interaction by: .Brainstorm on aspects such as recycling. information and opinions on topics of interest information 2 & 3 Pronouncing words clearly and correctly an asking questions and making statements with the correct intonation. “Green The Earth” and other projects so as to lessen the pollution and landslides Mind mapping ideas TS ML CT 3 - TS 9 .

speeches and viewing television documentaries and multimedia Interviewing and using questionnaires Reading materials in print such as reports and articles and using other electronic media such as the internet 1 Obtaining information by: & .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Listening to spoken texts such as talks.2 Process information by: . damage and prevention 2. Processing texts read by : 1 2 3 Taking note of main ideas Acquiring the meaning of words Understanding word formation (the use of prefixes and suffixes) Understanding contextual clues Identifying simple cause and effect 10 .Carrying out extended writing 3 and reference work to explore a topic under study Design a poster LHTL CS WRITING Writing a letter to a municipal council concerning pollution in a housing estate or to a landslide victim expressing sympathy and concern Write out a simple questionnaire - 2 & 3 - Interviewing people to get more information on topics under study Arranging the information into a structure - MI CT PRESENTATION .Extracting main ideas and details .Group presentations LHTL LISTENING AND SPEAKING .Getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text .on causes.Listening to and understanding a 2 variety of texts & .Making short notes and mapping out ideas B.Texts are read whereas students take notes Vocabulary skills enhance CT CS 2.

traditions.Analyzing some poetic devices used in the poem .Highlighting the tone. customs and beliefs Reciting poems with feeling and expression - CS ML - 11 .1 Listen to.Doing exercises on the message relayed by the poet LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION WRITING .Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to one’s life - 1 - - - Reciting poems with feeling and expressions and with correct pronunciation.Write an article on causes and effects of pollution and landslides 6 SONNET 18 BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE 3.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3. stress and rhythm Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary Retelling the poem in one’s own words Narrating sequence of events Talking about values in the text and whether they are meaningful to one’s life and writing about a simple paragraph on this Talking about the message the poet is trying to put across in his/her poem and writing a simple paragraph on it Saying orally what one thinks about the text and writing a 2 - LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION WRITING . point of view.Discussing literal and figurative meaning of the stanzas . read view and respond to literary work by: .Recognizing elements in the poem such as the character and setting . intonation. themes and moral values of the poem CS ML CS ML 3 Understanding other people’s cultures.Understanding and telling in one’s own words the poem heard and read and giving opinion of the text .TS ML WRITING .

1. read view and respond to literary works by: -. Listen to.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.- simple paragraph on it Understanding some of the figurative language of the text - Doing exercises on these components - Analyzing some poetic devices used in the poem 7 (13–16/2 ) 8 ( 19-23/2 ) TEST 1 (FEB TEST ) RETURNING OF TEST PAPER DISCUSSION OF QUESTION AND ANSWER - 8 THE DROVER’S WIFE BY BESSIE HEAD 3. understanding and telling in one’s own words the story heard and read 1 2 Retelling the story in one’s own words Narrating sequence of events LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION Giving the background of the author CS MI 12 .

taking part in conversations and discussions by giving ideas and opinions on helping others 2. Processing texts read by: .2 Process information by: .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.1 Make friends and keep friendship by -.2 Take part in social interaction by: carrying out a variety of language functions discussing how one can help others sharing personal experiences on helping others MI B.extracting main ideas and details 1 1 2 1.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.skimming and stating what the text is about .- - Explaining the story Recollecting the ideas on major and minor characters 9 (26/2–2/3) REACHING OUT (SOCIAL ISSUES) 1.using a dictionary to find meanings of difficult words identifying what the text is about identifying main ideas identifying simple cause and effect READING COMPREHENSION Reading a text on feelings of other people especially old ones Identifying main ideas Answering comprehension and vocabulary questions CS MI 1 - - getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 2 3 - 13 .

Filling in the blanks of a cloze passage on `helping others’. 14 .Rationale Cloze .

read view and respond to literary works by: Giving one’s own opinion of the text recognizing elements in the story such as the character and setting explaining the message the writer conveys 2 & 3 Retelling the story in one’s own words Describing the setting of the story Listing the message conveyed by the writer and giving elaboration Answering comprehension questions based on the story Giving a description of the house and the place where the drover’s wife lived with her family Giving messages and elaboration CS MI 10 ( 5-9 / 3 ) CHECKING UP ON HEALTH (HEALTH) 1.Oral session .P 69 and 70 ) 2 - Making questions and statements with the correct intonation and stress - Talk about health topic in general 15 .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.1 Make friends and keep friendship by: . opinions and information on health and sickness 1 - Relating personal experiences Pronouncing words clearly and correctly LISTENING AND SPEAKING .1.Notes made on the text given CS MI 1.exchanging ideas. Listen to.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.9 & 10 THE DROVER’S WIFE BY HENRY LAWSON 3.2 To take part in social Interaction by: Discussing Organ donation ( TB.

2.Writing a talk on ` How to Live A Healthy Life’ CS MI LHT L 2 .2 Process information by: skimming and scanning extracting main ideas and getting the implicit and explicit ideas of the text 1 Processing text read by: Identifying simple texts Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find the meanings of words READING COMPREHENSION CT Giving a synopsis of what is read .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.3 Process information by: listening to spoken text as talks and speeches such Obtain information by: Listening to a talk and a speech Reading silently and aloud texts on health issue LISTENING AND SPEAKING Listening and retelling to friends what the talk was about Discussing serious medical problems LHTL MI CS - Reading materials such as articles on how to stay healthy 16 .Answer comprehension questions .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.Match words given to the correct meanings ( TB: P 70 and 71 ) WRITING .Identifying cause and effect 11 (12-18 / 3) 12 (19-23 / 3) SCHOOL BREAK CHECKING UP ON HEALTH 2.

4 To take part in social Interaction by: Processing information read by: Responding to questions politely Pronouncing words clearly and correctly Making statements with the correct stress. opinions and information on dams in our country 1.exchanging ideas. P 84 and 87) Oral presentation CS CT MI - - Discussing building of dams and its effects on the environment CS CT MI 2. intonation and rhythm LISTENING AND SPEAKING Initiating a discussion on Building a dam by showing Newspaper articles and pictures Reading articles on the issue to get ideas ( TB.- Processing text read by: Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about Scanning for details Processing text read by: Taking notes of main ideas Paraphrasing main ideas Writing a summary SUMMARIZING SKILLS Summarizing a text on serious medical problems TS CT Processing texts read by : Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about Identifying main ideas in a simple text RATIONALE CLOZE Highlighting criteria of questions Identifying the main ideas for each short text Answering questions CS MI ML 13 & 14 (26/3 6/4) DECIDING ON DAMS (VALUES) 1.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.Giving opinions by: agreeing or disagreeing with the writer - 17 .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Reading articles on landclearing for dam building .3 Make friends and keep friendship by: .

Proper practice of language forms and functions CS - Making a telephone call 18 .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3. Listen to.1. read view and respond to literary work by: Giving one’s own opinion of the poem Recognizing elements in the poem such as the character and setting explaining the message the writer conveys 1 Describing the background of the poem Describing the persona.2.4 Process information by: WRITING skimming and scanning extracting main ideas and getting the implicit and explicit ideas of the text Discuss short notes and Helping words given Drafting the essay Writing the essay Writing a guided essay on `Advantages and Disadvantages of landClearing for building of Dams CS 14 MONSOON HISTORY BY SHIRLEY LIM 3. other characters and animals In the poem Sequencing events based on the poem READING COMPREHENSION WRITING Describing the setting Describing the persona and other characters Sequencing events LHT L ML MI 15 & 16 ( 9-20 / 4 ) GOING HIGHTECH (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Processing text read by: Identifying simple texts Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find the meanings of words Identifying main ideas in a simple text 1 Expressing concern in simple Language Persuading someone to do something in simple language Making enquiries about a product orally or in the written form of different Brand names.

Listen to. 19. customs and beliefs found LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1 2 3 Discussing literature devices found Discussing the animals and their significance in the poem Talking about the theme of the poem Understanding the `Nyonya and Baba’ and other cultures and customs found in the poem Identifying literature devices and supporting it with evidence CT .1. read view and respond to literary work by: identifying the literature devices used in the poem identifying the natural elements in the poem understanding the culture.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.- Identifying supporting details in a text Identifying simple cause and effect 2 - Making comparisons and choosing the one that gives value for money and giving reasons Writing a formal letter of ordering goods or services - Writing a formal letter LHTL MI TS LHT L CS 3 - 15 MONSOON HISTORY BY SHIRLEY LIM 3. 20 ( 2-16 / 5 ) MID-YEAR EXAMINATION - 19 .Being critical and giving opinions WRITING Writing a paragraph on the different cultures and traditions found in the poem LHTL CS 17 (23-27/4) REVISION FOR MID-YEAR EXAMINATION - - - - 18.

Analyzing some poetic devices used in the poem . stress and rhythm Retelling the story or poem in one’s own words LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION WRITING . point of view. themes and moral values of the poem CS CT 20 .Discussing literal and figurative meaning of the stanzas .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3. read view and respond to literary work by: .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.Recognizing elements in the poem such as the character and setting 1 Reciting poems with feeling and expressions and with correct pronunciation.1 Listen to. read view and respond to literary work by: 2 Narrating sequence of events Talking about values in the text and whether they are meaningful to one’s life and writing about a simple paragraph on this LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION WRITING Highlighting the tone. and giving one’s own opinion of the text .20 THERE’S BEEN A DEATH IN THE OPPOSITE HOUSE BY EMILY DICKINSON 3.Understanding and telling in one’s own words the story and poem heard and read.1 Listen to. intonation.Doing exercises on the message relayed by the poet CS CT MI TS 2 - 21 (21-25 / 5) RETURNING OF EXAMINATION PAPER DISCUSSION OF QUESTION AND ANSWER REMEDIAL WORK - 21 THERE’S BEEN A DEATH IN THE OPPOSITE HOUSE BY 3.

exchanging ideas.EMILY DICKINSON - - Explaining the message the 3 writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to one’s life Understanding other people’s cultures.2 To take part in social Interaction by: 2 discussing issues on land clearing and deforestation ( TB : P 117 ) 1 Expressing concern in simple language Persuading someone to do Something in simple language LISTENING AND SPEAKING Question and Answer Session CS WRITING - Making a decision regarding An action to be taken based On agreement of all members of a group - Writing a report based on short notes given CS 21 . customs and beliefs Reciting poems with feeling and expression - Understanding some of the figurative language of the text - Doing exercises on these components Analyzing some poetic devices used in the poem MI TS 22 & 23 (26/510/6) SCHOOL HOLIDAYS - 24 & 25 (11-22/6) CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT (ENVIRONMENT) 1.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1. opinions and information of environmental damage 1. traditions.5 Make friends and keep friendship by: .

Finding out meanings of words by using contextual clues and the dictionary Describing characters.5 Process information by: listening to spoken text such as talks and speeches Reading materials such as articles on pollution and other environmental issues 1 Obtain information by: Listening to a talk and a speech Reading silently and aloud texts on environmental issue LISTENING AND SPEAKING Listening and retelling to friends what the talk was About Discussing environmental issue LHTL CS Processing text read by: Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about Scanning for details Identifying supporting details in a text Identifying simple cause and effect 2 Processing text read by: Taking notes of main ideas Paraphrasing main ideas Writing a summary Writing an essay based on An environmental issue SUMMARIZING Summarizing the effects of Development in Cameron Highlands ( TB : P 155 ) CS MI ML TS 3 - Guided essay writing 24 & 25 LOOKING FOR A RAIN GOD BY BESSIE HEAD 3.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2. read view and respond to literary works by: .2.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.Discussing important characters and important events in the story 1 .1. Listen to. events and setting found in the story Discussing the theme LISTENING AND SPEAKING Vocabulary skills Describing characters and setting Being critical and giving opinions ML MS 2 CT 22 .

speeches.Applying process writing skills 2 & 3 READING COMPREHENSION . and articles A.Writing recounts.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2. word stress and sentence rhythm Read topics of current interest and exchanging ideas LISTENING AND SPEAKING . descriptions.Discussing recent issue on drug abuse – “Hardcore drug abusers” . descriptions & . opinions and information on teenage problems such as growing pains 1. explanations. Presenting information by: 1 .Suggesting ways to improve the situation CT LHTL CS 23 .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.7 To take part in social Interaction by: . reports.Writing brief reports.Writing a letter to the newspaper on drug abuse (different points of view) CT 1 & 2 & 3 Pronouncing words clearly and correctly an asking questions and making statements with the correct intonation.6 Make friends and keep friendship by: .Reading a few newspaper articles on drug abuse in country WRITING .3 Present information to different audiences by: .Discussing teenagers tendency to try something new 2.3 - Talking about the message and moral values in the story Writing them down in paragraph form - WRITING Writing a paragraph on the different cultures and traditions found and practised in people’s desperation for survival CS 26 & 27 (25/6-6/7) FACING TEENAGE BLUES (SOCIAL ISSUES) 1.exchanging ideas.

1.26 & 27 LOOKING FOR A RAIN GOD BY BESSIE HEAD 3. opinions and information on the .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1. 179 and 181 ) 1 Responding to questions politely by giving the required information Pronouncing words clearly and correctly Making statements with the correct stress. 179 and 181 ) - Reading articles on the issue to get ideas Oral discussion LHT L 24 .latest development in science and technology 1.8 Make friends and keep friendship by: .Giving opinions by agreeing or disagreeing with the writer ( TB : 178.exchanging ideas.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.Sequencing important events in the story Writing a synopsis of the story SYNOPSIS WRITINIG Writing a synopsis of the story based on the important events that have been sequenced LHT L CS 2 28 & 29 ( 9-20 / 7 ) MOVING AHEAD (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 1. read view and respond to literary works by: Giving one’s own opinion of the text Recognizing elements in the story such as the character and setting understanding the theme of the story Explaining the message and moral values the writer conveys 1 Process information by: .Discussing Changes Brought by Science And technology ( TB : 178.9 To take part in social Interaction by: . intonation and rhythm Initiating a discussion on Science inventions by showing newspaper articles and pictures LHTL MI TS 2 - Reading articles on changes brought by science and technology . Listen to.

1 Listen to. stress and rhythm Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary Retelling the poem and the moral values in one’s own words LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION WRITING Discussing literal and figurative meaning of the stanzas Doing exercises on the message relayed by the poem CS ML - - 25 . read view and respond to literary work by: Understanding and telling in one’s own words the story and poem heard and read.3 Present information to different audiences by: .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.2 Process information by: skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas extracting main ideas and details getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 3 2 Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find meanings of words Identifying main ideas Identifying supporting details ( TB : 186.summarizing information Present information by: .2.Summarizing and paraphrasing ideas in a text given 28 & 29 IF BY RUDYARD KIPLING 3. and giving one’s own opinion of the text 1 Reciting poems with feeling and expressions and with correct pronunciation. 187 and 188 ) SUMMMARY .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.Summary exercise . 187 and 188 ) READING COMPREHENSION Read and answer Comprehension questions on a passage entitled ` Living In A World of Technology’ ( TB : 186.Identifying main ideas paraphrasing the ideas CS MI ML TS ML MI 2. intonation.

word stress and sentence rhythm Read topics of current interest and exchanging ideas Oral session Notes made on the texts given CS - 1. solving problems and making decisions 1 2 - Expressing concern in simple language Making a decision regarding an action to be taken based on agreement of all members of a group Suggest ways to solve a problem LISTENING AND SPEAKING CT Talking about the topic in general Listening to a talk on an issue regarding health and Presenting the decision after agreed by group members Retrieving articles from the Internet to find some solutions 3 2.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE Reading materials in print such as reports and articles and using other electronic media such as the internet - - 1 Obtaining information by: & 2 . information and opinions on topics of interest 1 2 Relating personal experiences Pronouncing words clearly and correctly an asking questions and making statements with the correct intonation.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1.2Take part in social interaction by: Discussing plans and arrangements.Reading silently and aloud with & understanding a variety of texts 3 .1 Make friends and keep friendships by : .Exchanging ideas. diseases caused by pollution CS CT TS 26 .Acquiring library and information skills - Texts are distributed Giving a synopsis of what was read Getting books.30 & 31 (23/7-3/8) HEALTHY LIVING (HEALTH) 1. balanced diets. magazines and other printed materials concerning health.

Presenting information by: . \explanations. narrating.3 Present information to different audiences by: .Drawing conclusions that are obvious from the facts given SUMMARIZING Summarizing passages Selecting relevant details CS MI ML TS 2 3 WRITING . tables. descriptions LHTL CS CS MI ML TS 3 27 . be healthy and prolong lifespan WRITING .Directed writing session SUMMARIZING . graphs 1 B. charts.Summarizing paragraphs WRITING . the blurb.Giving solutions on how to keep fit. table of contents.Responding to questions and comments spontaneously (oral) .Identifying simple cause and effect . bibliography. describing.Expanding notes and outlines . Processing texts read by : .Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a text Writing brief reports. diagrams.2 Process information by: skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas extracting main ideas and details getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text Interpreting non-linear texts such as maps.Using the dictionary to find the meanings of words . speeches.Identifying main ideas in a simple text .Instructing. glossary to aid information search Arranging the information into a structure - Mind-mapping the findings of the assigned topics for each group 2.Identifying supporting details in a simple text . reports. and articles .2 & 3 - Locating relevant information for a specific task Using the different parts of a publication. explaining and reporting orally 2 A. descriptions.Scanning for details .Writing reports on the specified topic LHTL CS 2. index.Writing recounts.

themes and moral values of the poem Doing exercises on these components Analyzing some poetic devices used in the poem CS ML - Explaining the message the 3 writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to one’s life Understanding other people’s cultures.- Responding to questions orally and in writing Expanding notes and outlines Summarizing information Reading aloud written materials such as reports clearly and fluently Using appropriate format. customs and beliefs Reciting poems with feeling and expression - - 28 . read view and respond to literary work by: 2 Narrating sequence of events Talking about values in the text and whether they are meaningful to one’s life and writing about a simple paragraph on this Talking about the message the poet is trying to put across in his/her poem and writing a simple paragraph on it Saying orally what one thinks about the text and writing a simple paragraph on it Understanding some of the figurative language of the text LISTENING AND SPEAKING READING COMPREHENSION WRITING Highlighting the tone. traditions. conventions and grammar when presenting information 30 IF BY RUDYARD KIPLING 3. point of view.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.1 Listen to.

32 (6-10 / 8) LOVING OUR COUNTRY (VALUES) 1.Taking part in conversations and discussions . Processing texts read by : 2 3 Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about Scanning for details Using a dictionary to find the meanings of words Identifying main ideas in a simple text Identifying supporting details in a simple text Identifying simple cause and effect READING COMPREHENSION Reading a text on a famous figure that has an impact on the history of Malaysia Answering comprehension questions CS MI ML 2 3 - CS MI CS MI 29 .Expressing own opinions about the idea of patriotism and their favourite patriot ( TB : 215 .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1. sharing information about each other that is of interest to both parties Relating personal experiences Read topics of current interest and exchange ideas Reading articles and giving opinion by agreeing or disagreeing with the writer and giving reasons LISTENING AND SPEAKING .Reading people’s opinions on what patriotism is according to them . information and opinions on topics of interest 1 Talking about oneself to others.Sharing personal experiences and thoughts on the definition of patriotism-how can patriotism be expressed WRITING .216 ) 2.2 Process information by: skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas extracting main ideas and details getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 1 B.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.Exchanging ideas.1 Make friends and keep friendships by : .

getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 1 B.Identifying main ideas in a simple text .2.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.extracting main ideas and details .1 Listen to. Processing texts read by : STRUCTURED RESPONSES 2 Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find the meanings of words Highlighting criteria of questions Identifying the main ideas for each short text Answering questions CS MI ML .2 Process information by: . and giving one’s own opinion of the text recognizing elements in the story such as characters and setting 1 Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary DICTIONARY SKILLS CT MI TS 33 (13-17 / 8) TEST - 30 .Identifying supporting details in a simple text . read view and respond to literary work by: Understanding and telling in one’s own words the story and poem heard and read.Identifying simple cause and effect 3 32 THE SOUND MACHINE BY ROALD DAHL 3.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.

Identifying main ideas in a simple text .extracting main ideas and details .Identifying simple cause and effect - 3 31 .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 1 2 3 2. Processing texts read by : Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find the meanings of words READING COMPREHENSION Reading a text on a famous figure that has an impact on the history of Malaysia Answering comprehension and vocabulary questions CS MI ML 2 . Processing texts read by : Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about RATIONALE CLOZE Highlighting criteria of questions Identifying the main ideas for each short text Answering questions CS MI ML .2 Process information by: skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas extracting main ideas and details getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 1 B.Identifying main ideas in a simple text .2 Process information by: .34 (20-26 / 8) 35 (27-31/8) SCHOOL BREAK - LOVING OUR COUNTRY 2.Identifying simple cause and effect B.Identifying supporting details in a simple text .

0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.3 Present information to different audiences by: summarizing information 1 2 3 A. characters and setting in the texts remind one of people and events in real life. customs and beliefs 2 Narrating sequence of events Describing the place and time the story took place Describing characters and writing simple descriptions Making prediction as to what might happen next in the story Talking about how events. Presenting information by: Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a simple text SUMMARY .Explaining the important steps in answering summary question . read view and respond to literary work by: Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to one’s life Understanding other people’s cultures. traditions.Analyzing the question .Writing a paragraph of summary (limit of words) .1 Listen to. Talking about values in the story and whether they are meaningful to one’s life and writing about a simple paragraph on this Talking about the message the writer is trying to put across in his/her story and writing a simple paragraph on it Saying orally what one thinks about the text and writing a sequencing events describing the setting describing characters making predictions oral presentations CT MI TS - - 3 - - an interview between the writer with the reporter LHTL CT CS - 32 .0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.Finding the points MI CS ML TS 35 THE SOUND MACHINE BY ROALD DAHL 3.2.Finding the points .

2To take part in social Interaction by: Discussing on wetland activities .getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 1 2 Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find meanings of words Identifying main ideas Identifying supporting details SUMMARY .extracting main ideas and details .Paraphrasing the points . opinions and information on mother nature focusing on wetlands and activities in it 2 1 Responding to questions politely by giving the required information Pronouncing words clearly and correctly LISTENING AND SPEAKING Sharing personal ideas and thoughts on the definition of a harmonious mother nature Reading people’s opinions on how they can help to preserve mother nature CS - - 1.Making statements with the correct Stress.1Make friends and keep friendship by: exchanging ideas.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2. intonation and rhythm .0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE Obtain information by: 1.2 Process information by: .Reading articles on destroying Wetlands for commercial activities reasons for -agreeing or disagreeing with the writer ( TB : 234.Analyzing the question .Finding the points . 236 and 237 ) WRITING Expressing own opinions about preserving wetlands as part of mother nature LHTL CS 2.Explaining the important steps in answering summary question .- simple paragraph on it Understanding some of the figurative language of the text 36 & 37 ( 3-14 / 9 ) PRESERVING OUR NATURE (ENVIRONMENT) 1.Writing a paragraph of summary (limit of words) CS MI ML TS 33 .

Acting out certain scenes in the short story by using simple dialogues Students take the parts of other characters in the short story Group work LHT L MI TS 2 - 3 - - 38 & 29 (17-28/9) PROMOTING OUR CRAFTS ( PEOPLE ) Obtain information by: Responding to questions politely by giving the required information Pronouncing words clearly and correctly Making statements with the correct stress.exchanging ideas.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.reading and discussing some traditional art and crafts of Malaysia which are thriving 1 - Writing short and simple dialogues and staging it in class Retelling the story from another character’s point of view Writing the story another genre LISTENING AND SPEAKING .3 - Reading and discussing the cause and effect of developing and disturbing wetlands WRITING Writing a formal letter of complaint to the newspaper regarding the development and disturbance of a wetland for commercial activities CS CT MI LHTL 36 & 37 THE SOUND MACHINE BY ROALD DAHL 3.11 To take part in social Interaction by: .2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by: .Dramatizing text and role playing characters .10 Make friends and keep friendship by: . opinions and information on local handicrafts 1. intonation and rhythm Reading short information on LISTENING AND SPEAKING Talking about the topic in general Listening to talks on how our local handicrafts can be promoted Note-taking and explaining to group members on the promotion of local handicrafts Retrieving articles from the Internet to find some solutions CS CT MI CT CS TI 1 - 2 - - 34 .Retelling a story from a different point of view. and presenting it in another genre 1.

read view and respond to literary work by: .getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text 38 & 39 SI TENGGANG’S HOMECOMING BY MUHAMMAD HAJI SALLEH 3.extracting main ideas and details . traditions.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.recognizing elements in the story such as characters and setting . and giving one’s opinion of the poem.Identifying main ideas .Identifying supporting details ( TB :P 258 and 259 ) 1 2 3 - Retelling the poem in one’s own words and giving comments Narrating sequence of events Talking about values in the poem and whether they are meaningful to one’s life Writing a simple paragraph on it Understanding some of the figurative language of the text LISTENING AND SPEAKING Recollecting on the story of the poem CS ML - Analyzing some of the figurative devices used in the text CS ML 35 .1 Listen to.2 Process information by: .understanding other people’s cultures.but have lost much of its popularity ( TB : P253 and 255 ) 3 - processes of making some local handicrafts from the Internet Discussing the processes along with the processes of other local handicrafts known by the students WRITING Brainstorming session Drafting Writing a talk on `Promoting Local Handicrafts’ CS MI 2.Understanding and telling in one’s own words the poem heard and read.explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and how this relates to one’s life . customs 1 2 3 Processing text read by: Scanning for details Using the dictionary to find meanings of words . .0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.

- and beliefs reciting the poem with feeling and expression 40 ( 1-5 / 10 ) 41. 46 (29/10– 17/11) REVISION FOR FINAL EXAM - FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION RETURNING OF EXAMINATION PAPER DISCUSSION OF QUESTION AND ANSWER REMEDIAL WORK - - - - - - - - 36 . 43 (8-26/ 10) 44. 42. 45.