Yearly Scheme of Work

English Year 1

YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME 1&2 World of Self, Family and Friends SUB-TOPIC Greetings Personal Details OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. speak and respond appropriately in common everyday situation. b. introduce oneself to others c. state one's name and ask for one's name d. identify one's teacher e. sing simple song and recite nursery rhyme f. follow simple instructions g. ask and answer simple questions

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat vowels and consonant in the initial position 1.2.4 Listen to and repeat rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences 1.4.2 Listen to and follow one-word instructions 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions and answer simple 'Wh' questions on details 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy songs, rhymes and children's song 2.2.3 Sing song s and pronouncing words clearly 2.7.4 Give simple instructions 3.1.1 Master letters of the alphabet 3.1.2 Learn individual letter sounds of the alphabet 3.1.3 Identify letter shapes by their sounds 4.1.1 Write letters of the alphabet in clear and legible print: - small letters

CONTENTS Grammar items Simple Present Tense Wh' questions Sentence Patterns What is your name? My name is ……….. How old are you? I am seven years old. Good afternoon, teacher Vocabulary name, what, old, years, is, are, you, I, hello good morning,goodbye Sound System vowels and consonants sound initial vowels /a/ as in 'am', age' initial consonant /n/ as in name Moral Values kindness,friendliness CCTS categorizing memorising

SOURCES Yr1/TB Pg:1 - 7

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YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME 3&4 World of Self, Family and Friends

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat vowels and consonant in the initial position 1.2.4 Listen to and repeat rhymes and songs paying SUB-TOPIC attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly Myself and Friends 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences OBJECTIVES 1.4.2 Listen to and follow one-word instructions 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions and answer simple 'Wh' By the end of this week, pupils questions on details should be able to : 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy songs, rhymes and children's song a. talk about themselves and their 2.2.3 Sing song s and pronouncing words clearly family 2.7.4 Give simple instructions b.talk with friends 3.1.1 Master letters of the alphabet c.sing simple songs and recite nursery rhymes Learn individual letter sounds of the alphabet 3.1.2 d. follow simple instructions 3.1.3 Identify letter shapes by their sounds e. ask and answer simple questions 3.4.1 Read aloud words in lists and labels f. spell correctly and take dictation 3.4.2 Read aloud phrases g. punctuate meaningfully 3.4.3 Read aloud sentences in signs,notices and simple sentences. 4.1.1 Write letters of the alphabet in clear and legible print: - small letters 4.2.1 Match words to pictures 4.7.1 Spell common sight words 4.7.2 Spell seen words (words given to be memorised) SOURCES 4.8.1 Use capital letters for : Yr.1Text book pg. 1-5 - the pronoun I

CONTENT Grammar Items Wh' questions Simple Present Tense Gender Pronoun Sentence Patterns How old is she? She is seven years old. Where do you live? I live in ……. Vocabulary name, what, old, years, is, are, you, I, girl, boy, where, what, how Sound System vowels and consonants sound initial vowels /a/ as in 'am', 'age' initial consonant /n/ as in 'name' Moral Values politeness kindness CCTS categorizing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME 5&6 World of Self, Family and Friends SUB-TOPIC Social Expressions OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. greet a person b. express farewell c. ask permission d. introduce oneself to others e. solve simple word puzzle f. write simple sentences

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat vowels and consonant in the initial position 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of monosyllable words 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences 1.4.1 Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions 1.4.2 Listen to and follow one-word instructions 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy songs, rhymes and children's song 2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonation 2.1.4 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly 2.7.1 Exchange greetings 3.1.4 Read aloud the vowels and consonants in their initial position and say aloud their sounds. 3.1.6 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognise complete words. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legible print. 4.2.1 Match words to pictures. 4.2.2 Match phrases to pictures. 4.3.1 Complete simple instructions and directions, rhymes with the missing word(s) with guidance

CONTENT Grammar Item Pronoun

Sentence Patterns Good morning, …….. Good afternoon, ………… Hello, I am …..

Vocabulary welcome, hello, good, morning, night, afternoon, goodbye, please, may Sound System vowels and consonants sound

Moral Values politeness kindness friendship respect others CCTS solving problems

SOURCES Yr1Text book pg. 1 - 7

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME 7&8 World of Knowledge

SUB-TOPICS Objects OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. to ask for the names of objects. b. to identify and name objects c. to refute statement d. to read phrases and sentences with correct pronunciation and enunciation e. to match words with phrases f. to complete words.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat vowels and consonant in the initial position 1.1.2 Listen to and identify and group: a. vowels in the initial position b. consonants in the initial position c. vowels in the medial position 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spokeen phrases and sentences. 1.4.1 Listen to and learnthe vocabulary of instructions 1.4.2 Listen to and follow one-word instructions 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions 2.2.1 Ask simple questions requiring 'Yes/No' replies 2.3.1 Responding with Yes / No replies 2.3.2 Give one-word replies when identifying, naming objects, plants and animals 3.1.4 Read aloud the vowels and consonants in their initial position and say aloud their sounds. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures 3.4.1 Read aloud words in lists and labels. 4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legible prints. 4.1.4 Copy 3-word sentences in clear and legible print. 4.2.2 Match phrases to pictures

CONTENT Grammar Items article Wh' question conjunction 'and' Sentence Patterns What is this/that? This/That is a ……. It is a …. A ball and a cat. Colour the ball red! Kick the ball! Run! Faster! Vocabulary clock, comb, cat, cap, computer, book, ball, bed, ball Sound System initial consonant /c/ cat, /b/ ball

Moral Value cleanliness CCTS making association identifying

SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg.8 Teacher's choice

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME 9 & 10 World of Stories

SUB-TOPICS Objects OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. to ask for the names of objects. b. to identify and name objects c. to refute statement d. to read phrases and sentences with correct pronunciation and enunciation e. to match words with phrases f. to complete words.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat vowels and consonant in the initial position 1.1.2 Listen to and identify and group: a. vowels in the initial position b. consonants in the initial position c. vowels in the medial position 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions 1.3.1 Listen to and understand key words in stories heard. 1.7.1 Listen to simple short stories, fairy tales and respond non-verbally and verbally 2.2.1 Ask simple questions requiring Yes/No replies. 2.5.1 Name the people and animals in the story. 2.5.2 Give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic/theme 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures 3.8.1 Read simple poems and simple stories 3.8.2 Read and give details about people and animals in the story 4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legible print. 4.2.1 Match words to picture. 4.2.2 Match phrases to picture. 4.2.4 Match words to other word 4.3.1 Complete missing letters in texts.

CONTENT Grammar Items articles adjectives simple present tense

Sentence Patterns The big cat runs after the fat rat.

Vocabulary big, cat, rat, fat, after, mat,

Sound System initial vowels and consonants

Moral Value friendship

SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg. 20 - 23 Teacher's choice

CCTS inferences

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English Year 1

YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME 11 & 12 World of Self

SUB-TOPIC Making Friends OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. tell their friends about themselves. b. say 'thank you'. c. ask and answer simple questions. d. to read phrases and sentences with correct pronunciation and enunciation e. copy accurately and write simple phrases

SPECIFICATIONS Listen to and repeat initial vowel Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions Listen to and enjoy songs, rhymes and children's song. Ask questions with the correct intonation. Exchange greetings Talk about oneself Recognise complete words Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic/theme 3.4.1 Read aloud words in lists and labels 3.6.2 Read and group words according to categories 4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legible print. 4.2.2 Match phrases to pictures. 4.5.3.Construct simple sentences independently (3-4 words in a sentence) by looking at a picture, 4.7.1 Spell common sight words. 4.7.2 Spell seen words. 4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance. 4.9.3 Write simple sentences based on a picture with little guidance. 1.1.1 1.2.2 1.6.1 2.1.3 2.7.1 2.7.2 3.2.1 3.2.2

CONTENT Grammar Items 'wh' questions Responses

Sentence Patterns Where do you live? Where are you from? Have some cake. Thank you, Siew Ling.

Vocabulary where, what, name, live, from, thank you, welcome Sound System initial vowels and consonants

Moral Values friendship courtesy SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg. 13-15 Teacher's choice CCTS identifying

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English Year 1

WEEK 13 & 14

THEME World of Knowledge

SUB-TOPIC Numbers OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. seek the numbers 1-10 b. identify, state number 1-10 c. state and spell out the numbers mentioned correctly. d. copy accurately and write simple phrases

SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.4 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation 1.3.2 Listen to and understand the numbers 1-5 1.3.3 Listen to and understand all the words in the word list 2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonation and stress 2.1.4 Chant rhymes and sing songs correctly 2.2.1 Ask simple questions requiring Yes/No replies. 2.2.2 Ask questions pertaining to numbers 2.3.3 Give replies pertaining to numbers 1-5 (identifying, stating) 2.3.5 Give replies pertaining to numbers 6-10 (identifying, stating) 2.3.6 Refute statements and give the correct name or number. 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud the numbers 6-10 in its numerals and word forms. 4.1.2 Copy legibly numerals 1-20 in both number and word forms. 4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legibly writing. 4.2.1 Match words to pictures 4.2.2 Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently (3-4 words in a sentence) by looking at a picture.

CONTENT Grammar Items wh' questions and responses interrogative pronouns what, how Sentence Patterns What number is this? It is number ………. Is this number …….? No, it isn't. It is number …….. Vocabulary one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, number Sound System initial vowels and consonants /f/ four, fire, fish /e/ eight, egg Moral Value co-operation

SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg. 16-19 teacher's choice

CCTS solving problem

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English Year 1

WEEK 15 & 16

THEME World of Knowledge

SUB-TOPIC Shapes / Colours OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. seek the shapes and colours b. identify and state the shapes and colour c. state and spell out the shapes and colours mentioned correctly. d. to spell out the numbers mentioned correctly e. to form simple sentences by matching sentence parts.

SPECIFICATIONS Listen to and understand all the words in the word list. Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases. Listen and follow simple instructions Ask questions pertaining to numbers Give one-word replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals, etc 2.3.3 Give replies pertaining to numbers 1-5 (identifying, stating) 3.4.1 Read aloud words in list or labels. 3.4.2 Read aloud phrases. 4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legibly writing. 4.3.1 Complete missing letters in texts 4.4.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words (3-4 words in a sentence) 4.5.1 Spell common sight words. 4.5.2 Spell seen words ( words given to be memorized) 1.3.2 1.3.4 1.4.3 2.2.2 2.3.2

CONTENT Grammar Items Articles Singular/Plural Verb-agreement

Sentence Patterns It is a triangle. How many circles are there?

Vocabulary triangle, circle, blue, green, square, rectangle, yellow, round, red Sound System initial consonants Moral Values Cleanliness Friendship

SOURCES Text book pg. 21-25

CCTS Making associations

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English Year 1

WEEK 17 & 18

THEME World of Knowledge

SUB-TOPIC My Body OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. say parts of the body, b. read sentences, c. recite rhymes in a correct pronunciation and intonation, d. rearrange words to form sentences

SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.2 Listen to and understand all the words in the word list. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences. 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions and answer simple 'Wh' questions on details. 2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.4 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.3.4 Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals, etc 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes by joining in with words and phrases. 3.2.1 Recognise complete words. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple phrases. 3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 2-3 sentences. 3.7.1 Looking at the pictures of a simple factual texts. 4.1.3 Copy words and phrases in clear and legible writing. 4.2.1 Match words to pictures. 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently. 4.8.1 Use capital letters for the pronoun I

CONTENT Grammar Items wh' questions and responses positive/negative statement plural and singular pronoun

Sentence Patterns These are my ears This is your/his/her/…… Vocabulary hair, eye, nose, teeth, mouth, head , etc Sound System initial consonants

Moral Values cleanliness love your body

SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg. 26-32 / 96-99

CCTS making decisions solving problems

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English Year 1

WEEK 19 & 20

THEME World of Knowledge

SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences. SUB-TOPIC 1.4.1 Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. Places in my school 2.1.4 Chant rhymes and sing songs correctly 2.2.1 Ask simple questions requiring Yes/No replies. OBJECTIVES 2.2.2 Ask questions pertaining to numbers 2.3.4 Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, By the end of this week, pupils plants, animals etc should be able to : 2.7.4 Give simple instructions. a. seek the names of places, 3.2.1 Recognise complete words. b. name and identify the places, 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use the c. describe the places, key words in sentences of their own. d. name places in the school compound 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple e. seek and give location of places. phrase to pictures. phrases 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (3-5 words) by matching them to pictures. 3.3.3 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 2-3 sentences. 3.4.2 Read aloud phrases. in a sentence) by looking at a picture. 4.7.2 Spell seen words (words given to be memorized). 4.9.3 Write simple sentences based on a picture with little guidance. SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg. 35-37

CONTENT Grammar Items prepositions Wh' questions

Sentence Patterns Where is the toilet? Where is the canteen. It is in front of the …… Vocabulary classroom. Field, toilet, school, library, canteen, on, in , at, near Sound System initial consonants

Moral Values cleanliness Respect school's property.

CCTS making inferences

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English Year 1

WEEK 21-23

THEME World of Knowledge World of Stories SUB-TOPIC Objects OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. ask for the names of objects in the classroom b. identify and name objects c. refute statements d. read phrases and sentences with correct pronunciation and clear enunciation. e. make words associations

SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.2 Listen to and understand the numbers 1-5 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 2.1.2 Repeat exclamations with the correct intonation and stress. 2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.2 Give one-word replies when identifying objects. 2.3.4 Give longer replies when identifying objects. 2.7.4 Give simple instructions. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 3.4.2 Read aloud the phrases. 3.7.2 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering simple comprehension questions. 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences. 4.5.1 Spell common sight words. 4.5.2 Spell seen words (words given to be memorized. 4.7.2 write simple descriptions with guidance. 4.7.3 Write simple sentences based on a picture.

CONTENT Grammar Items Demonstrative pronoun this, that Conjunction an, or Sentence Patterns What is this? This is a chair, that isn't a sharpener May I have another ruler? Vocabulary blackboard, duster, cupboard number What is this? Sound System vowels in medial position Bob, rod, hop, shop, Ben, pen, etc Moral Values Politeness honesty

SOURCES Text book pg. 41-48

CCTS making association identifying

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English Year 1

WEEK 24 - 26

THEME World of Self World of Stories SUB-TOPIC My Family OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name and differentiate members of family. b. to talk about one family, c. read and answer comprehension questions. phrases

SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.4 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.3 Listen to stories and answer questions on details of people. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy songs, rhymes and children's songs. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes by joining in with words and phrases. 2.5.2 Give details about the people in the story. 2.7.2 Talk about oneself. 2.7.4 Give simple instructions. 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use this key words in sentences of their own. 3.3.3 read and understand a simple paragraph of 2-3 sentences. 3.4.2 Read aloud phrases. 4.4.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words (3-4 words in a sentence) 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.9.2 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

CONTENT Grammar Items gender pronouns] Simple past tense Simple present tense Wh' questions Sentence Patterns Who is that girl? She is Kumar's sister. Who is she/he? She/He is …… Vocabulary father, sister, mother, brother, girl, boy, man woman Sound System initial consonant /m/ mulberry, morning Moral Values respect elder people courtesy CCTS making interpretation.

SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg. 49-60 Teacher's choice

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English Year 1

WEEK 27- 29

THEME World of Knowledge World of Stories SUB-TOPIC Clothing / colours OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. seek the names and colours of clothing b. state the names and colours of clothing c. refute statements d. read and understand sentences, e. recite a simple rhyme.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.4 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation 1.1.2 Listen to and identify and group vowels in initial and medial position, consonants in initial position. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences. 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions and answer 'Wh' questions on details. 2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonations and stress. 2.2.3 Ask 'Wh' questions to find out more information about identity, shape and colour. 2.3.4 Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects. 2.4.3 recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes with expressions and gestures. 2.5.2 Give details about the people heard or read. 3.4.3 Read aloud sentences in simple stories. 3.8.2 Read and give details about the people in the story. 3.8.3 Read and talked about the actions of people heard or read. 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.9.2 Write simple sentences with guidance. 4.9.3 Write simple sentences based on a picture with little guidance.

CONTENT Grammar Items wh' questions and responses Simple present tense Singular/plural Articles Sentence Patterns What colour is the dress? What do you wear to school? I wear a shirt. Vocabulary blouse, skirt, shirt, dress, pinafore, baju kurung, socks, shoes, trousers, a pair of Sound System initial and medial vowels and consonants Moral Values tidiness cleanliness CCTS identifying

SOURCES Yr.1Text book pg. 62-73 Teacher's choice

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English Year 1

WEEK 30 - 32

THEME World of Knowledge

SUB-TOPIC Directions / Places OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. seek the names of places. b. name and identify the places. c. name places in the school compound. d. seek and give location of places.

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2 Listen to, identify and group consonants in initial position. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrases and sentences. 2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonation and stress 2.2.3 Ask 'Wh' questions to find out more information. 3.4.3 Read aloud sentences in signs, notices. 3.6.3 Make small words from big words. 3.10.1 Read books and children's magazines according to interest. 4.2.2 Match phrases to pictures. 4.2.3 Match words to signs. 4.3.2 Complete simple instructions and directions with the missing words (with guidance in the form of words and pictures) 4.3.3 Complete simple instructions and directions with the missing words. 4.9.3 Write simple sentences based on a picture with little guidance.

CONTENT Grammar Items wh' questions and responses Preposition of location Sentence Patterns Where do you live? I live at 7, Jalan Jujur I live in Rembau. The cat is under the chair. Vocabulary go straight, turn left, turn right, stop, look right, look left Sound System initial consonants

Moral Values safety cleanliness courtesy SOURCES Text book pg. 74 - 82 CCTS identifying listing

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English Year 1

WEEK 33 & 34

THEME World of Stories

SUB-TOPIC Snow White and the Dwarfs Little oat and the Wolf OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. state the names of the people in the story. b. recite rhymes and simple songs d. read and learn key words

SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.4 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation 1.3.1 Listen to and understand key words in stories heard. 1.5.1 Listen to simple stories and recall names of people and animals. 1.5.3 Listen to stories and answer questions on details of people in stories. 1.7.1 Listen to simple short stories, fairy tales and respond non-verbally and verbally. 1.7.2 Listen to simple short stories and be able to say whether they like or do not like 2.4.2 retell stories heard before. 2.5.2 Name the people in the story. 2.5.3 Talk about the actions of the people in the story. heard or read. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or dislikes the story. 3.8.2 Read and give details about the people in the story. 3.9.2 Read and tell what will happen next in the story. 3.10.1 Read books and children's magazines according to one's interest. 4.3.3 Complete simple stories with the missing words (with a little guidance in the form of composite picture) 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently (3-4 words in a sentence) by looking at a picture.

CONTENT Grammar Items wh' questions and responses prepositions Simple present tense Pronouns Sentence Patterns Snow White is tired. She falls asleep.

Vocabulary runs, forests, tired, falls, asleep, wakes up, into, under, on, Sound System initial consonants

Moral Values helpfulness, respect caring, love CCTS inferences conclusion

SOURCES Text book pg. 83-84 / 102-103 teacher's choice

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English Year 1

WEEK 35 - 36

THEME World of Knowledge World of Stories SUB-TOPIC Days of the Week OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name the days in a week b. pronouns words correctly c. listen and respond to questions d. spell words correctly d. read aloud words, phrases and sentences e. form sentences by arranging words f. construct simple sentences

SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.1 Listen to and understand key words in stories heard attention to pronunciation 1.3.4 Listen to and understand simple spoken phrase and sentences 2.1.3 Ask questions with the correct intonation and stress 2.1.4 Chant rhymes and sing songs correctly 2.4.2 Retell stories heard before 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic/theme. 3.4.2 Read and understand a simple paragraph of 2-3 sentences 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at picture clues. 3.6.2 Read and group words according to categories. 3.6.3 Make small words from big words 3.8.2 Read and give details about the animals in the story. 4.2.1 Match words to pictures 4.2.2 Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently (3-4 words in a sentence) by looking at a picture.

CONTENT Grammar Items wh' questions and responses Possessive pronouns Simple present tense Simple past tense Sentence Patterns Today is Sunday. Tomorrow is Monday Today id Tuesday. Yesterday was Thursday. Vocabulary Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, today, yesterday Sound System initial consonants Moral Values co-operation politeness CCTS categorizing memorizing

SOURCES Text book pg. 85 - 95 - 109

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English Year 2

YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 1 THEME World of Self, Family and Friends SUB-TOPIC Greeting OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read the words and phrases correctly. b. reply the questions by answering yes or no. c. greet other using simple sentences. d. copy the letters correctly. e. chants SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat : Vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.2. Repeat exclamations with the correct intonation and stress. 2.2.1. Ask questions requiring Yes / No replies. 2.7.1. Exchange greetings. 2.7.2. Introduce oneself. 3.2.1. Recognise complete words. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.1. Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible print : - small letters - capital letters 4.2.3. Write sentences in clear and legible print. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.7.1. Use capital letters for - the first word in a sentence - the pronoun 'I' GRAMMAR Common Nouns e.g. boy , girl , man , woman

SENTENCE PATTERNS Exchanging Greetings A: Good morning, teacher. B: Good morning, Sam. He is.. She is …. VOCABULARY afternoon, evening, good, woman, time, now

MORAL VALUES Respect and love.

SOURCES Textbook page 1-10

SOUND SYSTEM Initial blend cr / kr / ,cl /kl / cradle,crab,clip,clap

CCTS Imagining

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English Year 2

YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 2 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat : Vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.2. Repeat exclamations with the correct intonation and stress. 2.2.1. Ask questions requiring Yes / No replies. 2.7.1. Exchange greetings. 2.7.2. Introduce oneself. 3.2.1. Recognise complete words. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.1. Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible print : - small letters - capital letters 4.2.3. Write sentences in clear and legible print. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.7.1. Use capital letters for - the first word in a sentence - the pronoun 'I' GRAMMAR Common Nouns e.g. boy , girl , man , woman

SUB-TOPIC Greeting OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read the words and phrases correctly. b. reply the questions by answering yes or no. c. greet other using simple sentences. d. copy the letters correctly. e. chant

SENTENCE PATTERNS Exchanging Greetings A: Good morning, teacher. B: Good morning, Sam. My name is… I am…. VOCABULARY afternoon, evening, good, woman, time, now

MORAL VALUES Respect and love.

SOURCES Textbook pg 1-10

SOUND SYSTEM Initial blend cr/kr /cl/kl cradle,crab,clip,clap

CCTS Imagining

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 3 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.3. Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.4.1. Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions and directions. 2.1.1. Pronounce 2-syllable words. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand simple sentences. ( 3 - 5 words ) 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. 4.6.1. Spell seen words. 4.7.3. Use question mark. GRAMMAR Nouns Countable Nouns

SUB-TOPIC My School OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name things in the classroom. b. ask questions and give short replies. c. use 'in', 'on' and 'under'. d. use 'a' and 'an'.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information What is that? It is a ………..(to identify) VOCABULARY bag, belt, black, chair, classroom, white

MORAL VALUES loving kindness

SOURCES Textbook page 11-20 bl / bl / -

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends blue, black, block, blow

CCTS Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 4 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.3. Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.4.1. Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions and directions. 2.1.1. Pronounce 2-syllable words. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand simple sentences. ( 3 - 5 words ) 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. 4.6.1. Spell seen words. 4.7.3. Use question mark. GRAMMAR Nouns Countable Nouns

SUB-TOPIC My School OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. use words with 's' and 'es'. b. use 'borrow' and 'lend'. c. say the shapes of things ( round, square) d. say words beginning with 'bl' as in 'black' and 'br' as in 'brown'.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information What is that? It is a ………..(to identify) VOCABULARY round, square

MORAL VALUES loving kindness

SOURCES Textbook page 11-20 bl / bl / -

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends blue, black, block, blow

CCTS Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 5 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.3. Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.4.1. Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions and directions. 2.1.1. Pronounce 2-syllable words. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand simple sentences. ( 3 - 5 words ) 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. 4.6.1. Spell seen words. 4.7.3. Use question mark. GRAMMAR Nouns Countable Nouns

SUB-TOPIC My School OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name things in the classroom. b. ask questions and give short replies. c. use 'in', 'on' and 'under'. d. use 'a' and 'an'. e. use words with 's' and 'es'. f. use 'borrow' and 'lend'. g. say the shapes of things ( round, square) h. say words beginning with 'bl' as in 'black' and 'br' as in 'brown'.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information What is that? It is a ………..(to identify) VOCABULARY bag, belt, black, chair, classroom, white, round, square MORAL VALUES loving kindness

SOURCES Textbook page 11-20 bl / bl / -

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends blue, black, block, blow

CCTS Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 6 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.2. Listen to and understand cardinal numbers. Scope: 11 - 15 1.3.4. Listen to and understand cardinal numbers. Scope: 16 - 20 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.2.2. Ask questions pertaining to numbers. 2.3.3. Give replies pertaining to numbers 11-15. 2.3.5. Give replies pertaining to numbers 16-20. 2.7.7. To request for specific things. 3.2.3. Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 11-15 in numeral and word forms. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.2.1. Write clearly and legibly numerals 1-20 in both number and word forms. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.6.1. Spell seen words. GRAMMAR Nouns Number singular and plural forms

SUB-TOPIC Counting is Fun OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. count numbers 11 to 20. b. say 'There is …' and 'There are ……' c. say rhyming words such as 'play-away' and 'quack-back'.

SENTENCE PATTERNS To refute statements a. It is not white. b. No, it is not white. c. Is this yours? …..No VOCABULARY numbers eleven to thirty

MORAL VALUES Togetherness Carefulness

SOURCES Textbook page 21-31

SOUND SYSTEM Initial blend fl/fl /fr/fr Flora,Flint,Free,frog

CCTS Describing Comparing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 7 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.2. Listen to and understand cardinal numbers. Scope: 11 - 15 1.3.4. Listen to and understand cardinal numbers. Scope: 16 - 20 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.2.2. Ask questions pertaining to numbers. 2.3.3. Give replies pertaining to numbers 11-15. 2.3.5. Give replies pertaining to numbers 16-20. 2.7.7. To request for specific things. 3.2.3. Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 11-15 in numeral and word forms. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.2.1. Write clearly and legibly numerals 1-20 in both number and word forms. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.6.1. Spell seen words. GRAMMAR Nouns Number singular and plural forms

SUB-TOPIC Counting is Fun OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. count numbers 11 to 20. b. say 'There is …' and 'There are ……' c. say rhyming words such as 'play-away' and 'quack-back'.

SENTENCE PATTERNS To refute statements a. It is not white. b. No, it is not white. c. Is this yours? …..No VOCABULARY numbers eleven to thirty

MORAL VALUES Togetherness Carefulness

SOURCES Textbook page 21-31

SOUND SYSTEM Initial blend fl/fl /fr/fr Flora,Flint,Free,frog

CCTS Describing Comparing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 8 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.2. Listen to and understand cardinal numbers. Scope: 11 - 15 1.3.4. Listen to and understand cardinal numbers. Scope: 16 - 20 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.2.2. Ask questions pertaining to numbers. 2.3.3. Give replies pertaining to numbers 11-15. 2.3.5. Give replies pertaining to numbers 16-20. 2.7.7. To request for specific things. 3.2.3. Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 11-15 in numeral and word forms. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.2.1. Write clearly and legibly numerals 1-20 in both number and word forms. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.6.1. Spell seen words. GRAMMAR Nouns Number singular and plural forms

SUB-TOPIC Counting is Fun OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. count numbers 11 to 20. b. say 'There is …' and 'There are ……' c. say rhyming words such as 'play-away' and 'quack-back'.

SENTENCE PATTERNS To refute statements a. It is not white. b. No, it is not white. c. Is this yours? …..No VOCABULARY numbers eleven to thirty

MORAL VALUES Togetherness Carefulness

SOURCES Textbook page 21-31

SOUND SYSTEM Initial blend fl/fl /fr/fr Flora,Flint,Free,frog

CCTS Describing Comparing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 9 THEME World of Self, Family and Friends SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position a. initial blend 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.4. Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.7.2. Introduce oneself. 2.7.3. Talk about oneself. 3.8.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.1. Read according to one's interest. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.5.1. Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.6.2. Take dictation of seen sentences. 4.7.4. Use comma for lists. GRAMMAR Personal Pronouns I, you, he, she, we, they

SUB-TOPIC Liza's Family OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk about family members. b. ask and answer the question. c. say words beginning with 'sh' and 'st'. d. use ' I like…' and ' I do not like…' e. use ' Put on' and ' Take off' f. name clothes and colours. g. make a family tree.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Talking about oneself A: Hi! I am…… I am ….years old. I have a brother. VOCABULARY brother, his, him, she, I, me, my, we

MORAL VALUES thankfulness friendliness

SOURCES Textbook page 32-41

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Digraphs sh / z / - shy, shoe, shut, shop

CCTS Stating Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 10 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position a. initial blend 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.4. Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.7.2. Introduce oneself. 2.7.3. Talk about oneself. 3.8.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.1. Read according to one's interest. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.5.1. Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.6.2. Take dictation of seen sentences. 4.7.4. Use comma for lists. GRAMMAR Personal Pronouns I, you, he, she, we, they

SUB-TOPIC Liza's Family OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk about family members. b. ask and answer the question. c. say words beginning with 'sh' and 'st'. d. use ' I like…' and ' I do not like…' e. use ' Put on' and ' Take off' f. name clothes and colours. g. make a family tree.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Talking about oneself A: Hi! I am…… I am ….years old. I have a brother. VOCABULARY brother, his, him, she, I, me, my, we

MORAL VALUES thankfulness friendliness

SOURCES Textbook page 32-41

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Digraphs sh / z / - shy, shoe, shut, shop

CCTS Stating Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 11 THEME World of Self, Family and Friends SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position a. initial blend 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.4. Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.7.2. Introduce oneself. 2.7.3. Talk about oneself. 3.8.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.1. Read according to one's interest. 4.3.3. Match words to other words. 4.5.1. Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.6.2. Take dictation of seen sentences. 4.7.4. Use comma for lists. GRAMMAR Personal Pronouns I, you, he, she, we, they

SUB-TOPIC Liza's Family OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk about family members. b. ask and answer the question. c. say words beginning with 'sh' and 'st'. d. use ' I like…' and ' I do not like…' e. use ' Put on' and ' Take off' f. name clothes and colours. g. make a family tree.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Talking about oneself A: Hi! I am…… I am ….years old. I have a brother. VOCABULARY brother, his, him, she, I, me, my, we

MORAL VALUES thankfulness friendliness

SOURCES Textbook page 32-41

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Digraphs sh / z / - shy, shoe, shut, shop

CCTS Stating Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 12 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - diphtongs 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.3. Listen to all the words in the word list and demonstrate understanding of their meaning by matching them to pictures and the spoken word. 1.4.3. Listen to and follow simple directions. 1.5.1. Listen to and understand simple stories. 2.1.1. Pronounce 2-syllable words. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand simple sentences. ( 3 - 5 words ) 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. 4.6.1. Spell seen words. 4.7.3. Use question mark. GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense For imperatives

SUB-TOPIC Making A Robot OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name parts of the body. b. ask questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. c. answer questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. d. use Simple Present Tense. e. say words with the 'ow' sound. f. read and understand a story. g. answer questions on the story. h. make a paper sun.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

VOCABULARY arms, back, ears, eyes, face, feet, head, legs, mouth, nose, teeth MORAL VALUES Loyalty Courtesy

SOURCES Textbook page 42-52

SOUND SYSTEM Diphtongs ow / du / - cow,brown, down, clown

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 13 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - diphtongs 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.3. Listen to all the words in the word list and demonstrate understanding of their meaning by matching them to pictures and the spoken word. 1.4.3. Listen to and follow simple directions. 1.5.1. Listen to and understand simple stories. 2.1.1. Pronounce 2-syllable words. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand simple sentences. ( 3 - 5 words ) 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. 4.6.1. Spell seen words. 4.7.3. Use question mark. GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense For imperatives

SUB-TOPIC Making A Robot OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name parts of the body. b. ask questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. c. answer questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. d. use Simple Present Tense. e. say words with the 'ow' sound. f. read and understand a story. g. answer questions on the story. h. make a paper sun.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

VOCABULARY arms, back, ears, eyes, face, feet, head, legs, mouth, nose, teeth MORAL VALUES Loyalty Courtesy

SOURCES Textbook page 42-52

SOUND SYSTEM Diphtongs ow / du / - cow,brown, down, clown

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 14 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - diphtongs 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.3. Listen to all the words in the word list and demonstrate understanding of their meaning by matching them to pictures and the spoken word. 1.4.3. Listen to and follow simple directions. 1.5.1. Listen to and understand simple stories. 2.1.1. Pronounce 2-syllable words. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand simple sentences. ( 3 - 5 words ) 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. 4.6.1. Spell seen words. 4.7.3. Use question mark. GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense For imperatives

SUB-TOPIC Making A Robot OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name parts of the body. b. ask questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. c. answer questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. d. use Simple Present Tense. e. say words with the 'ow' sound. f. read and understand a story. g. answer questions on the story. h. make a paper sun.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

VOCABULARY arms, back, ears, eyes, face, feet, head, legs, mouth, nose, teeth MORAL VALUES Loyalty Courtesy

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Diphtongs

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

Textbook page 42-52 ow / du / - cow,brown, down, clown

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 15 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - diphtongs 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1. Listen to key words in stories heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.1. Listen to and understand simple stories. 1.7.2. Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.8.2. Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. GRAMMAR The Simple Past Tense Plural form of the verb to be

SUB-TOPIC Story Time OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name parts of the body. b. ask questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. c. answer questions using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'. d. use Simple Present Tense. e. say words with the 'ow'. f. use Simple Past Tense. g. read and understand a story. h. answer questions on the story. i. make a paper sun.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

VOCABULARY arms, back, ears, eyes, face, feet, head, legs, mouth, nose, teeth MORAL VALUES Loyalty Courtesy

SOURCES Textbook page 53-61

SOUND SYSTEM long sound ee/i: / see,cheese short sound i/i / bit,sit

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 16 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - long and short vowels 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1. Listen to key words in stories heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.1. Listen to and understand simple stories. 1.7.2. Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.8.2. Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. GRAMMAR Punctution Question Mark at the end of a sentence

SUB-TOPIC Story Time OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and understand a story. b. talk about the story. c. answer questions on the story. d. say words with long 'ee' sound. e. say words with the short 'I' sound. f. make a puppet.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

VOCABULARY black, blue, brown, desk, first, go, have, last, left, now MORAL VALUES Thankful Courtesy

SOURCES Textbook page 53-61

SOUND SYSTEM Long Sounds ee / I: / - deep, seep, peep, jeep

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 17 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - long and short vowels 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1. Listen to key words in stories heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.1. Listen to and understand simple stories. 1.7.2. Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.8.2. Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. GRAMMAR Punctution Question Mark at the end of a sentence

SUB-TOPIC Story Time OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and understand a story. b. talk about the story. c. answer questions on the story. d. say words with long 'ee' sound. e. say words with the short 'I' sound. f. make a puppet.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

VOCABULARY black, blue, brown, desk, first, go, have, last, left, now MORAL VALUES Thankful Courtesy

SOURCES Textbook page 53-61

SOUND SYSTEM Long Sounds ee / i: / - deep, seep, peep, jeep

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 18 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - long and short vowels 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1. Listen to key words in stories heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.1. Listen to and understand simple stories. 1.7.2. Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.8.2. Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.4.1. Complete missing letters in texts. GRAMMAR Punctution Question Mark at the end of a sentence

SUB-TOPIC Story Time OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and understand a story. b. talk about the story. c. answer questions on the story. d. say words with long 'ee' sound. e. say words with the short 'I' sound. f. make a puppet.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

VOCABULARY black, blue, brown, desk, first, go, have, last, left, now MORAL VALUES Thankful Courtesy

SOURCES Textbook page 53-61

SOUND SYSTEM Long Sounds ee / i: / - deep, seep, peep, jeep

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 19 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - long and short vowels 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.4.1. Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions and directions. 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.7.2. Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.8.2. Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Articles the' is used when we are clear about person or thing that we are talking about. SENTENCE PATTERNS To refute statements Where is……. It is……..

SUB-TOPIC Follow Me OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. listen to and follow instructions b. read and follow instructions. c. ask for and give directions in school and in town. d. name places in school and in town. e. say words with the short 'oo' sound. f. say words with the 'ou'sound.

VOCABULARY away, come, door, for, help, left, like, live, next, right, yellow MORAL VALUES Obeying

SOURCES Textbook page 62-70

SOUND SYSTEM Long sound oo / u / - book, cook, good, foot Dipthong ou/ / -mouse,round

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 20 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - long and short vowels 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.4.1. Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions and directions. 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.7.2. Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.8.2. Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Articles the' is used when we are clear about person or thing that we are talking about. SENTENCE PATTERNS To refute statements

SUB-TOPIC Follow Me OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. listen to and follow instructions b. read and follow instructions. c. ask for and give directions in school and in town. d. name places in school and in town. e. say words with the short 'oo' sound. f. say words with the 'ou'sound.

VOCABULARY away, come, door, for, help, left, like, live, next, right, yellow MORAL VALUES Obeying

SOURCES Textbook page 62-70

SOUND SYSTEM Long sound oo / u / - book, cook, good, foot Dipthong ou/ / -mouse,round

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 21 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - long and short vowels 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.4.1. Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions and directions. 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.7.2. Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.8.2. Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Articles the' is used when we are clear about person or thing that we are talking about. SENTENCE PATTERNS To refute statements

SUB-TOPIC Follow Me OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. listen to and follow instructions b. read and follow instructions. c. ask for and give directions in school and in town. d. name places in school and in town. e. say words with the short 'oo' sound. f. say words with the 'ou'sound.

VOCABULARY away, come, door, for, help, left, like, live, next, right, yellow MORAL VALUES Obeying

SOURCES

Textbook page 62-70

SOUND SYSTEM Long sound oo / u / - book, cook, good, foot Dipthong ou/ / -mouse,round

CCTS Making interpretation Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 22 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Prepositions ( of location and direction ) in, out, on, at, to, up, under, down SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information Which animal do you like?

SUB-TOPIC The Animal World OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name animals in the zoo. b. spell words. c. describe animals. d. ask questions using 'Which…?' e. sing a song about farm animals. f. read and understand an e-mail. g. answer questions on e-mail. h. read a story and talk about it. i. answer questions on the story. j. say words wiyh the long 'oo' sound.

VOCABULARY moo,quack, dog, old, white, yellow tortoise, MORAL VALUES Thankful Love animal

SOURCES Textbook page 71-80

SOUND SYSTEM Long Sounds oo / u: / - boot, shhot, root, balloon

CCTS Classifying Grouping

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 23 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Prepositions ( of location and direction ) in, out, on, at, to, up, under, down SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC The Animal World OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name animals in the zoo. b. spell words. c. describe animals. d. ask questions using 'Which…?' e. sing a song about farm animals. f. read and understand an e-mail. g. answer questions on e-mail. h. read a story and talk about it. i. answer questions on the story. j. say words wiyh the long 'oo' sound.

VOCABULARY black, boy, cat, dog, old, white, yellow mew,cluck,neigh MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES Textbook page 71-80

SOUND SYSTEM Long Sounds oo / u: / - boot, shoot, root, balloon

CCTS Classifying Grouping

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 24 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Prepositions ( of location and direction ) in, out, on, at, to, up, under, down SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC The Animal World OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name animals in the zoo. b. spell words. c. describe animals. d. ask questions using 'Which…?' e. sing a song about farm animals. f. read and understand an e-mail. g. answer questions on e-mail. h. read a story and talk about it. i. answer questions on the story. j. say words wiyh the long 'oo' sound.

VOCABULARY black, boy, cat, dog, old, white, yellow

MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Long Sounds

CCTS Classifying Grouping

Textbook page 71-80 oo / u: / - boot, shoot, root, balloon

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 25 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Conjunctions and, or Would you like an apple or an orange? SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information e.g-There is…. -There are….. VOCABULARY grasshopper,feelers,honey sunflower,hibiscus

SUB-TOPIC In The Garden OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name plants and insects. b. read about plants and insects. c. use 'There is ……' and 'There are …..' d. describe plants and insects. e. say your likes and dislikes. f. read and understand a factual text. g. answer questions on a factual text. h. make pressed flowers.

MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends

CCTS Classifying Grouping

Textbook page 81-90 pl / l / - plum, plug, plan, place

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 26 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Conjunctions and, or Would you like an apple or an orange? SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information Is it a big tree? Do you like…?

SUB-TOPIC In The Garden OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name plants and insects. b. read about plants and insects. c. use 'There is ……' and 'There are …..' d. describe plants and insects. e. say your likes and dislikes. f. read and understand a factual text. g. answer questions on a factual text. h. make pressed flowers.

VOCABULARY thick,card,root,dangerous, trunk,leave

MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES Textbook page 81-90

SOUND SYSTEM

CCTS Classifying Grouping

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 27 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Conjunctions and, or Would you like an apple or an orange? SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC In The Garden OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name plants and insects. b. read about plants and insects. c. use 'There is ……' and 'There are …..' d. describe plants and insects. e. say your likes and dislikes. f. read and understand a factual text. g. answer questions on a factual text. h. make pressed flowers.

VOCABULARY roses,water lily,orchid,ant, insect,leaf,butterfly

MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM

CCTS Classifying Grouping

Textbook page 81-90

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 28 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Conjunctions and, or Would you like an apple or an orange? SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Food I Like OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. say the names of food, local fruits and vegetables b. use 'and' and 'or' in sentences. c. say rhyming words. d. read and write a shopping list. e. say words ending with the 'sh' sound. f. use capital letters, commas, question marks and full stops.

VOCABULARY big, day, good, green, have, like, this, yes, you, your MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Final Digraphs

CCTS Classifying Grouping

Textbook page 91-98 sh / z / - fish, dish, cash , mash

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 29 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Conjunctions and, or Would you like an apple or an orange? SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Food I Like OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. say the names of food, local fruits and vegetables b. use 'and' and 'or' in sentences. c. say rhyming words. d. read and write a shopping list. e. say words ending with the 'sh' sound. f. use capital letters, commas, question marks and full stops.

VOCABULARY tap,fix,rot,bun,lot,bed map,fun,red

MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Final Digraphs

CCTS Classifying Grouping

Textbook page-91-98 sh / z / - fish, dish, cash , mash

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 30 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 2-syllable words. 1.6.1. Listen to and enjoy children's songs, and rhymes. 2.1.3. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.3.4. Give longer replies when identifying, naming objects, plants, animals etc. 2.5.1. Give details about the people and animals of a story heard or read. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 3.7.1. Look at pictures of a simple factual text and talk about them. 4.3.2. Match words to signs, pictures. 4.4.3. Complete simple instructions, directions, rhymes, notices, stories and other texts with the missing words ( with little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.8.2. Write simple simple descriptions with guidance. GRAMMAR Conjunctions and, or Would you like an apple or an orange? SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Food I Like OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. say the names of food, local fruits and vegetables b. use 'and' and 'or' in sentences. c. say rhyming words. d. read and write a shopping list. e. say words ending with the 'sh' sound. f. use capital letters, commas, question marks and full stops.

VOCABULARY hot,pot,cold told,dot,not bold,sold,spinach,turnip, long beans,cabbage,onions MORAL VALUES Thankful

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Final Digraphs

CCTS Classifying Grouping

Textbook page-91-98 sh / z / - fish, dish, cash , mash

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 31 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.5. Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: Scope : first - third ( 1st - 3rd ). 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.5. Listen to simple stories and recall the story-line by answering simple 'Wh' questions. 2.3.6. Give replies pertaining to numbers: Scope : first - third ( 1st - 3rd ). 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.2.6. Read and learn ordinal numbers: first to third ( 1st - 3 rd ) 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Interrogative Pronouns ('Wh' questions) Where , When , Which SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Fun Time At School OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name, days of the week, and months of the year. b. ask 'Wh' questions. c. answer questions. d. use 'was' and 'were'. e. say words beginning with 'pl'.

VOCABULARY afternoon, evening, morning, night, toilet, went, years MORAL VALUES Punctuality

SOURCES Textbook page-99-106

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends pl/ pl /-play,place,plant pr / pr / -pray,print,pram,press

CCTS Planning

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 32 THEME World of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.5. Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: Scope : first - third ( 1st - 3rd ). 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.5. Listen to simple stories and recall the story-line by answering simple 'Wh' questions. 2.3.6. Give replies pertaining to numbers: Scope : first - third ( 1st - 3rd ). 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.2.6. Read and learn ordinal numbers: first to third ( 1st - 3 rd ) 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Interrogative Pronouns ('Wh' questions) Where , When , Which SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Fun Time At School OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name, days of the week, and months of the year. b. ask 'Wh' questions. c. answer questions. d. use 'was' and 'were'. e. say words beginning with 'pl'.

VOCABULARY afternoon, evening, morning, night, toilet, went, years MORAL VALUES Punctuality

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SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends pl/ pl /-play,place,plant pr / pr / -pray,print,pram,press

CCTS Planning

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 33 THEME World of Self, Family and Friends SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.5. Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: Scope : first - third ( 1st - 3rd ). 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.5. Listen to simple stories and recall the story-line by answering simple 'Wh' questions. 2.3.6. Give replies pertaining to numbers: Scope : first - third ( 1st - 3rd ). 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.2.6. Read and learn ordinal numbers: first to third ( 1st - 3 rd ) 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Interrogative Pronouns ('Wh' questions) Where , When , Which SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Fun Time At School OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. name, days of the week, and months of the year. b. ask 'Wh' questions. c. answer questions. d. use 'was' and 'were'. e. say words beginning with 'pl'.

VOCABULARY month of the year days of the week years MORAL VALUES Punctuality

SOURCES Textbook page 99-106

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends pl/ pl /-plum ,plug ,plan, play pr / l / - pray , pram , print , press

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 34 THEME Worl of Story 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.5. Listen to simple stories and recall the story-line by answering simple 'Wh' questions. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. SPECIFICATIONS GRAMMAR Interrogative Pronouns ('Wh' questions) What Why SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Story Time Again OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and understand a story b. respond to the story c. answer questions. d.describe the characters in the story e. say words beginning with 'gr'

VOCABULARY reward,palace, big storm,idea guard,cane MORAL VALUES Honesty

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SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends

CCTS reasoning,predicting

Textbook page-107-114 gr /gr/-greedy,grab,grasshopper,green,grin,grapes -great,grass,grow,grey,,grand

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 35 THEME Worl of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.5. Listen to simple stories and recall the story-line by answering simple 'Wh' questions. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Interrogative Pronouns ('Wh' questions) Where , When , Which SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Story Time Again OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and understand a story b. respond to the story c. answer questions. d.describe the characters in the story e. say words beginning with 'gr'

VOCABULARY grab,grand,greedy grow,grass,grey grin MORAL VALUES honesty

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SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends

CCTS reasoning

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 36 THEME Worl of Story SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat: vowels in their medial position - initial blends 1.1.3. Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.4.2. Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.5. Listen to simple stories and recall the story-line by answering simple 'Wh' questions. 2.6.1. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.7.4. Give simple instructions. 3.4.1. Read aloud words and phrases. 4.1.2. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print. 4.3.1. Match phrases to pictures. 4.8.1. Write for a purpose. GRAMMAR Interrogative Pronouns ('Wh' questions) Where , When , Which SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information

SUB-TOPIC Story Time Again OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and understand a story b. respond to the story c. answer questions. d.describe the characters in the story e. say words beginning with 'gr'

VOCABULARY shock,promise,brave glow,clever MORAL VALUES Honesty CCTS predicting reasoning

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends

Textbook page-107-114 gr /gr/-greedy,grab,grasshopper,green,grin,grapes

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English Year 3

WEEK

THEME World of self , family and friends SUB-TOPIC Home sweet home OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. pronounce words correctly b. seek personal details from friends c. give personal details d. talk and read about numbers

YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK OF YEAR 3 SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat: a) short and long vowels 1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.3.3 Listen and match the meaning of w ords to pictures and the spoken w ord. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes, songs and tongue-twisters paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand cardinal numbers. Scope: 21 - 25 2.1.1 Pronounce w ords w ith the following sounds: a) short and long vowels 2.1.4 Ask questions w ith the correct intonation. 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught.

GRAMMAR `Wh` questions Questions and responses Singular/plural What is your name ? SENTENCE PATTERNS What is your name ? My name is…………….. Where do you live ? I live in…………………..

1-2

VOCABULARY house live name old years address , MORAL VALUES Politeness

SOURCES Yr3 /Tb pg 1-4

SOUND SYSTEM short sound - sit, this long sound - seat, sleep

CCTS

Grouping classifying Identifying main ideas Inferences

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THEME World of knowledge SUB-TOPIC Types of houses OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk,read and write about different types of homes b. talk, read and write about the parts and objects in a house c. sing a song about a home

,, 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes, songs and tongue-twisters paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, and rhymes. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing w ords clearly. 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing songs with expression and appropriate gestures. 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them. 3.10 Read according to one’s interest. 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures 4.2.2 Label parts.

GRAMMAR Singular / plural

3-4

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information Where do you stay ? I stay at no…………….

VOCABULARY double-storey house condominium bungalow long house terrace house kampung house MORAL VALUES Be thankful appreciation

SOURCES YR 3/TB/Pg. 5 - 12

SOUND SYSTEM diphtongs - house, condominium initial blends - fr/fl - friend, floor

CCTS Identifying main ideas sequencing memorising

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WEEK

THEME World of stories

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR Subject - verb agreement Tenses

5-6

1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories heard. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and fables and SUB-TOPIC respond non-verbally and verbally. 1.7.4 Listen to simple stories and fables and My neighbourhood retell the story. 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions OBJECTIVES 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions 2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters By the end of this week, pupils and talk a little about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does should be able to : not like the story heard or read. a. read aloud phrases and sentences in correct pronunciation and enunciation 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or b. rearranging sentences to form the story does not like the story. c. predict outcomes 3.3.2 Read and understand simple d. copy writing in neat legible print sentences. 3.4.2 Read aloud correctly notices, e. read out the answer comprehension announcements, messages, letters, questions stories and fables. 3.9.1 Read and understand simple poems, stories and fables 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read. 4.4.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. SOURCES SOUND SYSTEM final /diagraphs - /xt/ - next- /rd/ - third teacher`s choice

SENTENCE PATTERNS Who lives here? I live in Jalan Jaya 10. Please tell me where is house number twenty-three?

VOCABULARY neighbour, cardinal numbers welcome

MORAL VALUES Respect others love your family courtesy

CCTS Identifying true or false statements Making Interpretation

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WEEK 7-8

THEME World of knowledge

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR subject -verb agreement `wh` questions

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat c) initial blends 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to SUB-TOPIC the same sounds. 2.1.1 Pronounce w ords w ith the Famous building follow ing sounds: c) initial blends OBJECTIVES 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions By the end of this week, pupils 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the should be able to : follow ing sounds: a. talk ,read and wirte about buildings and c) initial blends 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words places b. seek the names of buildings 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole c. refute statements pertaining to buildings words. d. give simple descriptions of buildings 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.6.1 Read and label parts 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.2.2 Label parts. 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. SOURCES YR 3/TB/Pg. 13 - 17 SOUND SYSTEM initial blends /fr/ and /fl/ e.g fresh and flag

SENTENCE PATTERNS Which is your favourite place ? Have you been to ……………?

VOCABULARY Parliament house Nationel museum Petronas Twin Tower National Science Centre MORAL VALUES cleanliness Respect

CCTS Cleanliness Respect

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WEEK 9 - 10

THEME World of stories SUB-TOPIC Rahul`s dream OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to :

SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories heard. 1.4.1 Listen to and learn the vocabulary of instructions to do or make something and directions. 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple directions 2.1.1 Pronounce w ords w ith the follow ing sounds: c) initial blends 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions. 2.4.2 Complete parts of a story heard or read before. 3.1.2 Read aloud words w ith the letters listed in 3.1.1 above. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them. 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures 4.7.1 Write simple short messages, instructions, directions with guidance.

GRAMMAR prepositions `wh` questions

SENTENCE PATTERNS Who chases Rahul ? What does he do next?

a. name and identify the places b. describe places c. compare the places d. talk read and write about locations of places e. follow simple directions f. tell story based on pictures

VOCABULARY behind next to oppsosite in front of near between

MORAL VALUES Co operation Respect Helpfulness

SOURCES YR 3/TB/Pg. 13 - 17

SOUND SYSTEM initial blends /fr/ and /fl/ e.g fresh and flag Cleanliness Respect

CCTS

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WEEK 11 - 12

THEME World of knowledge SUB-TOPIC Direction and Location OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : places b. name and identify the places c. describe places d. compare the places e. talk read and write about locations of places f. follow simple directions g. tell story based on pictures

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat: c) initial blends d) final blends 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes, songs and tongue-twisters paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.3 Listen and match the meaning of w ords to pictures and the spoken w ord 2.1.1 Pronounce w ords w ith the follow ing sounds: c) initial blends d) final blends 2.1.5 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing w ords clearly. 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions. 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing them correctly. 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them 4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible pr int: 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures SOUND SYSTEM diphtongs - straight, museum, around

GRAMMAR Adjective of size, shape and colour `wh` questions

SENTENCE PATTERNS making comparisons e.g The angelfish is big .

VOCABULARY behind next to oppsosite in front of near between

MORAL VALUES Keep the sea clean

SOURCES YR 3/TB/Pg. 25 - 30

CCTS Describing Identifying true /false statements

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WEEK 13 - 14

THEME World of knowledge SUB-TOPIC Sea world OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : places a. pronounce words correctly b. listen to ,read and respond to text on sea creatures c. give relevant information to enquiries made d.obtain and interpret information from text. e. form simple sentences

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR

1.2.3 Listen to and repeat tongue twisters, Comparative adjectives 1.5.3 Listen to and repeat tongue-twisters paying attention to pronunciation,stress and intonation correctly 1.5.3 Listen to and understand simple factual texts 2.1.5 Chant rhymes pronouncing words clearly 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds SENTENCE PATTERNS 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words Asking questions and giving 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraph informations 3.6.1 Read and label parts e.g What is your favourite seafood 3.6.4 Pick out words that show comparison dish? 3.7.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by identifying main ideas 4.2.2 Label parts pronouncing w ords clearly. VOCABULARY 4.4.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arrangingseafood mammals favourite words dish clever tricks youngcaring 4.5.1 Spell seen words keep th ocean clean

MORAL VALUES Keep the sea clean

SOURCES Yr 3/Pg 25-36

SOUND SYSTEM Initial digraphs /sh/ - shop, shark, sharp Final diagraphs - /sh/ - fish

CCTS Describing Identifying true /false statements

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English Year 3

WEEK 15 - 16

THEME World of self , family and friends

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR Subject verb agreement e.g A rabbit is a mammal.

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat c) initial blends 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to SUB-TOPIC the same sounds. 2.1.1 Pronounce w ords w ith the Sea world follow ing sounds: c) initial blends OBJECTIVES 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions By the end of this week, pupils 3.3.2 Read and understand simple should be able to : sentences. a. talk , read and write about animals and 3.6.2 Read and group words according to pets categories. b. talk about animals that cannot be kept as 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions pets (labels) and talk about them c. ask and answer simple questions on 3.7.3 Read and understand simple factual animals as pets. texts by identifying main ideas. 4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Questions and responses e.g Do you have a pet ? What is it ?

VOCABULARY pet whiskers hamster cute vegetables reptile

MORAL VALUES Love for animals

SOURCES Yr 3/Pg 38 - 47

SOUND SYSTEM initial blends `st` `sk` Describing Classifying

CCTS

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English Year 3

WEEK 17 - 18

THEME World of stories

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR Simple present tense e.g live lives lay lays

1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes, songs and tongue-twisters paying attention to pronunciation, stress and SUB-TOPIC intonation correctly. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in The Grateful Old Animals stories heard. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions OBJECTIVES 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing songs with expression and By the end of this week, pupils appropriate gestures. should be able to : 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of the a. talk , read and write about animals and people and animals in a story pets heard or read. b. talk about animals that cannot be kept as 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or pets does not like the story. c. ask and answer simple questions on 3.1.4 Compare w ords for similar and animals as pets. different sounds. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.3 Read aloud poems, stories and fables w ith expression. 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures SOURCES Yr 3/Pg 42 - 47 SOUND SYSTEM initial blends `st` `sk`

SENTENCE PATTERNS Asking questions and giving information e.g What do you think happened ? Do you like the story ?

VOCABULARY old useful sell sold hungry thieves agree

MORAL VALUES Love for animals Being grateful

CCTS Describing Classifying Making interpretation

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WEEK 19 - 20

THEME World of stories SUB-TOPIC

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat: a) short and long vowels 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and express ions. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories heard. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and fables and respond non-verbally and verbally. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions. 2.4.4 Retell stories read before 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of the people and animals in a story heard or read. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story 4.3.2 Complete missing words in simple texts such as instructions, directions, descriptions, rhymes stories, and other texts (with guidance in the form of w ords and pictures). 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. SOUND SYSTEM Vowels - long and short vowels oo/U/ book good oo/u :/ boot shoot Pronouns

GRAMMAR

Clover , the crabby crab SENTENCE PATTERNS Once upon the time ……… One day ………………..

OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and enjoy stories b. rearrange pictures and tell the stories c. rearrange words and write sentences d. construct simple sentences

VOCABULARY claw shell happy dizzy crawl fast slow fables

MORAL VALUES Be thankful Be grateful

SOURCES

CCTS Identifying main ideas Identifying T/F statements Making interpretation

Yr 3/Pg 52 - 57

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WEEK 21 - 22

THEME World of stories SUB-TOPIC

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat: a) short and long vowels 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand keywords in stories heard. 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and fables and respond non-verbally and verbally. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions. 2.4.4 Retell stories read before 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of the people and animals in a story heard or read. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story 4.3.2 Complete missing words in simple texts such as instructions, directions, descriptions, rhymes stories, and other texts (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. SOUND SYSTEM Vowels - long and short vowels oo/U/ book good oo/u :/ boot shoot

GRAMMAR Past tense

The clever boy SENTENCE PATTERNS One day ………………. Last week…………………..

OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and enjoy stories b. rearrange pictures and tell the stories c. rearrange words and write sentences d. construct simple sentences

VOCABULARY sniffed thought dead went pretented

MORAL VALUES Be a friend in need

SOURCES

CCTS Identifying main ideas Identifying T/F statements Making interpretation

Yr 3/Pg 58 - 60

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WEEK 23 -24

THEME World of self family and friends SUB-TOPIC Hobbies OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk ,read and write about hobbies and game b.ask questions to obtain information c. talk and read about interesting places

SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes, songs and tongue-twisters paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, and rhymes. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions 3.2.5 Use key words in sentences of their own to show meaning. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them 4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible print: 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures 4.4.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently.

GRAMMAR Simple present tense

SENTENCE PATTERNS What is your hobby ? I enjoy ……………………..

VOCABULARY camping cycling jungle trekking swimming scrabble computer

MORAL VALUES Co operation

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Initial blends - /sk/ /st/

CCTS Classifying Elaborating Making association

Yr 3/Pg 61 - 65

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English Year 3

WEEK 25 - 26

THEME World of knowledge

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR Simple past tense

1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to SUB-TOPIC the same sounds. 1.3.3 Listen and match the meaning of w ords `Wayang kulit` to pictures and the spoken w ord. 1.5.3 Listen to and understand simple OBJECTIVES factual texts. 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions By the end of this week, pupils 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions should be able to : 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing a. talk and read about interesting places and songs with expression and things appropriate gestures. b. learn about time , days and months 3.3.2 Read and understand simple c. use the simple present tense correctly sentences. d. pronounce words correctly 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them. 3.7.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by identifying main ideas. 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.7.2 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

SENTENCE PATTERNS I went to …………….. I saw ……………… I bought …………..

VOCABULARY went visited saw enjoyed bought was watched made

MORAL VALUES Respect others Punctuality

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM silent 'h' - honest, honourable silent 'k' - knew, knot, know, knee

CCTS Solving problems Elaborating Making association

Yr 3/Pg 65 -72

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WEEK 27 - 28

THEME World of self , family and friends SUB-TOPIC My father OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. identify and name occupations b. identify and name places of work c. copy short paragrapah in neat legible print d. state ambition e. form simple sentences

SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.3 Listen and match the meaning of words to pictures and the spoken word. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing songs with expression and appropriate gestures. 3.1.4 Compare w ords for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures 4.3.1 Complete missing letters in word 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently. Articles: a

GRAMMAR an the

SENTENCE PATTERNS Making statements e.g A florist sells flowers A baker bakes bread

VOCABULARY carpenter newspaper vendor grocer florist electrician butcher fishmonger MORAL VALUES Respect elders Appreciation

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Final diagraphs ch /tS/ Initial diagraphs ch /tS/

CCTS Classifying Elaborating Making inferences

Yr 3/Pg 74 - 78

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WEEK 29 - 30

THEME World of knowledge SUB-TOPIC Occupations OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk , read and write about occupations b. read and answer riddles correclty c. construct simple sentences

SPECIFICATIONS 1.5.3 Listen to and understand simple factual texts. 2.1.2 Pronounce 2-syllable words correctly. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions. 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing songs with expression and appropriate gestures. 3.1.4 Compare w ords for similar and different sounds. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing them correctly 3.7.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by identifying main ideas. 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures 4.3.2 Complete missing words in simple text 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently. Articles: a

GRAMMAR an the

SENTENCE PATTERNS Answer question e.g : Yes , you are. No, you are not .

VOCABULARY architect design surgeon needle scissors net racket

MORAL VALUES Respect elders Courtesy

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM Final diagraphs ch /tS/ Initial diagraphs ch /tS/

CCTS Solving problems Elaborating Making inferences

Yr 3/Pg 79 - 84

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WEEK 31 -32

THEME World of knowledge SUB-TOPIC Transportation OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk , read and write about types of transportation b. identify different types of transport c. compare and constrast changes that have taken place

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.3.3 Listen and match the meaning of w ords to pictures and the spoken w ord. 1.5.3 Listen to and understand simple factual texts. 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing songs with expression and appropriate gestures. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing them correctly 3.4.3 Read aloud poems, stories and fables w ith expression. 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures 4.2.2 Label parts 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently

GRAMMAR Demonstrative pronouns this these that those

SENTENCE PATTERNS This is a train. That is a bus.

VOCABULARY helicopter rocket tanker bullock cart submarine

MORAL VALUES punctuality

SOURCES Initial blends pl/p/ cr/kr/

SOUND SYSTEM

CCTS Classifying Grouping Comparing and constrast

Yr 3/Pg 86 - 88

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English Year 3

WEEK 33- 34

THEME World of knowledge

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAMMAR Demonstrative pronouns this these that those

1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to SUB-TOPIC the same sounds. 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions Telecommunications/ Inventions / 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing Machines songs with expression and OBJECTIVES appropriate gestures. 3.1.4 Compare w ords for similar and By the end of this week, pupils different sounds. should be able to : 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words a. talk , read and write about types of 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key transportation words for each topic taught. b. identify different types of transport 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases c. compare and constrast changes that have3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs taken place 3.4.3 Read aloud poems, stories and fables w ith expression. 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures 4.3.3 Complete missingwords in simple texts such as instructions, directions, descriptions, rhymes, stories and other texts (with little or no guidance) 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently. SOURCES SOUND SYSTEM

SENTENCE PATTERNS This is a telephone. These are trishaws. That is a satelite.

VOCABULARY computer e- mail fax telephone postcards sms

MORAL VALUES politeness

CCTS Identifying main ideas Elaborating Comparing and constrast

Yr 3/Pg 89 - 96

Initial blends pl/p/ cr/kr/

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WEEK 35-36

THEME World of knowledge SUB-TOPIC Plants/ Animals OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. identify plants and animals the neighbourhood b. talk,read and write about plants and animals c. pronounce words correcly d. construct simple sentences pertainaing to plants and animals

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.5.3 Listen to and understand simple factual texts. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes and sing songs pronouncing words clearly. 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions 3.1.4 Compare w ords for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases pronouncing them correctly 3.4.3 Read aloud poems, stories and fables w ith expression. 3.7.2 Read and understand simple factual texts by identifying details. 3.7.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by identifying main ideas 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts 4.4.3 Construct simple sentences independently. 4.7.2 Write simple descriptions with guidance

GRAMMAR

`wh` questions

SENTENCE PATTERNS What plants is this ? How do trees make food? What animal is this ? Where does it live ?

VOCABULARY trunk branches underneath roots minerals oxygen panda dolphin eagle MORAL VALUES Save our rainforest Love the animals

SOURCES

SOUND SYSTEM

CCTS Classifying Grouping Identifying main ideas

Yr 3/Pg 98 - 108

Initial blends gr/gr/ gl/gl/

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WEEK 37 - 38

THEME World of knowledge World of self , family and friends SUB-TOPIC Beautiful Malaysia OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk ,read and write about the customs cultures and celebration in Malaysia b. talk,read and write about plants and animals c. pronounce words correcly d. construct simple sentences pertainaing to plants and animals e. take dictation

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 2.2.1 Ask simple ‘Wh’ questions 2.3.1 Responding to ‘Wh’ questions 2.4.3 Recite simple poems and sing songs with expression and appropriate gestures. 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught 3.2.5 Use key words in sentences of their ow n to show meaning. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs 3.4.3 Read aloud poems, stories and fables w ith expression 3.7.1 Look at pictures and captions (labels) and talk about them 3.7.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by identifying main ideas. 4.5.2 Take dictation of seen sentences 4.7.2 Write simple descriptions with guidance.

GRAMMAR Conjunctions or but and

SENTENCE PATTERNS Do you like ………. Or………? I like …………and ….

VOCABULARY customs dance celebrate peaceful harmony unity

MORAL VALUES Loyalty Patriotism

SOURCES Diphthongs ou /aU/ ow/aU/

SOUND SYSTEM

CCTS Classifying Grouping Identifying main ideas

Yr 3/Pg 109 - 122

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English Year 4

WEEK 1-4

THEME WORLD OF PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

Sub-Topic What Do You Like

Objectives By the end of the week, pupils should be able to: a. listen to and discriminate initial blends. b. give relevant information politely on one's likes and dislikes. c. acquire key words at various stages of development. d. punctuate meaningfully using full-stops, capital letters and commas. e. understand the idea of masculine and feminine. f. write short paragraphs SOURCE Yr4/TB/ pg 1 - 14

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 (i) Listen to and repeat initial blends and word contractions 2.1.1 (i) Repeat the initial blends sounds and word contractions in words correctly. 3.1.1 (i) Look at letters and say aloud the initial blends sounds 2.2.1 Ask "Wh' questions to seek information. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases, pronouncing them correctly. 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 4.1.1 Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.1 Copy correctly 4.4 Complete texts with the missing word, phrase or sentence.

CONTENTS Grammar Items: Nouns Pronouns Punctuations Sentence Patterns What do you like? I like ……. I like to ….. Vocabulary colours, gender, animals, we're they'll, friends

Sound System Initial blends - /tw/ and /sw/ Contractions - 'll, 're, 's Moral Values cleanliness politeness co operation CCTS decision making categorising

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English Year 4

WEEK 5-8

THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE Sub-Topic Looking Good

Objectives By the end of the week, pupils should be able to; a. listen to and repeat accurately the pronunciation of words that end with final consonants such as l/l/, p/p/, b/b/, t/t/ b. give relevant information politely to enquiries made on parts of the body, clothings, ordinals and cardinal numbers. c. ask politely to obtain information. d. ask simple questions requiring Yes/ No replies. e. read and understand phrases, sentences and short paragraphs on how to keep clean. f. read and enjoy simple poems. g. copy words and phrases in clear legible cursive writing. h. write words using simple present tense. i. differentiate between singular and plural forms. Source Yr 4/TB/ pg 15 -28

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat to final consonants 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: Scope: 10th - 15th 2.2.1 Repeat the following sounds in words correctly 2.3.1 Name or identify objects, part of the body. 2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories and situation 2.3.4 Understand numbers: 40 - 50 and numbers in tens up 70 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud: final consonants 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud cardinal numbers 30-40 in numeral and word forms. 3.2.4 Recognise and read aloud the numbers 40 - 50 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the animals in the story. 3.9.4 Tell why a person or animal in a story is good or bad 4.1.2 Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.2.1 Write clearly and legibly numerals 30 - 50 in both number word forms using cursive writing for word form. 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be memorised 4.6.2 Apply spelling rules: a) words ending with -ss, -sh, -ch, -x, add -es b) words ending in fchange f to v + es 4.6.3 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.

CONTENTS Grammar Items Nouns Subject-verb agreement Simple Past Tense Sentence Patterns We must brush our teeth. Every day, I comb my hair. How many children were …..? There were …….. Vocabulary clothes, every, eyes, head, vest, jeans, sneakers, gloves, singlets, second, twelfth, fifty, forty-four, tries, comb, wool, cotton Sound System Final consonants Stress in compound words Moral Values cleanliness, tidiness, diligent resposibility CCTS memorising, listing, classification

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WEEK 9 - 12

THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE Sub-Topic Healthy Living

Objectives By the end of the week, pupils should be able to; a. listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of the words with final blends. b. perform a variety of functions in a social context such as inviting people to a birthday party. c. acquire key words at various stages of development. d. read and group words according to alphabetical order. e. read and write simple instructions. f. understand the use the countable and uncountable nouns g. tell what is good and bad food/ eating habits to keep healthy.

Source Yr4/TB/ pg 29 - 42

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 (ii) Listen to and repeat final blends 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhy,\mes and songs playing attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrated undertanding by pointing to pictures. 1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple instruction in preparing food. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple 'Wh' questions 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children's songs, rhymes and poems 1.7.1 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 2.1.1 Repeat the following sound in words correctly: final blends 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation information. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 2.7.2 To request for specific objects when carrying out a task. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: final blends 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases pronouncing them correctly. 3.3.2 Read and understanding simple sentences. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases, pronouncing them correctly. 3.4.2 Read aloud words and phrase pronouncing them correctly. 3.7.1 Read and group words according to alphabetical order. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.3 Copy words in clear neat legible print for captions, labels 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words. 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues.

CONTENTS Grammar Items Nouns Pronouns Modals Sentence Patterns What is this? This is a picture. Those are mousedeers To whom was it sent? Vocabulary playing, games, drink, melons, honey melons, salad, noodles, bones, stomach ache, balanced, pudding, pears, mutton, lemon Sound System Final blends nk, nd Moral Values diligence, moderation, discipline cleanliness CCTS spelling, memorising, predicting

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English Year 4

WEEK 13 - 16

THEME WORLD OF STORIES Sub-Topic Story Time

Objectives By the end of the week, pupils should be able to; a. listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words that end with initial vowels. b. talk about the actions of the characters in stories read and give reasons why one likes or dislikes the stories. c. read and understand simple poems and stories. d. write simple sentences and Wh' questions e. listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales and predit outcomes. f. read and give details about the characters in the story.

Source Yr4/TB/ pg 43 - 58

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat initial vowels 1.3.1 listen to key words in stories and texts heard and demonstrate understanding by pointing to pictures. 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering simple 'Wh' questions 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children's songs, rhymes and poems. 1.7.1 Listen to and enjoy stories, fables and other tales of imagination and fantasy and predict outcomes and draw conclusions at a level suited to the pupil's ability. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the story-line by answering simple 'Wh' questions 2.1.1 Repeat the following sound in words correctly 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes, jazz chants and sing songs pronouncing words clearly 2.2.1 Ask 'Wh' questions to seek information 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants by completing phrases 2.4.3 Complete parts of a story heard before. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and break appropriate gestures. 2.5.1 Talk about the people, place and moral values of stories heard, read, and viewed in simple language. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read. 2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a little bit about them. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or dislikes the story heard or read. 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: initial sound 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraph 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and expressively. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and simple stories. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing 4.5.1 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues

CONTENTS Grammar Items Interrogative pronouns Adjective Simple Past tense Sentence Patterns Do you look at the book cover? Maria has a big bag. Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? Vocabulary asked, found, ago, why, legends, folk tales, greedy, hawk, eagle, incident, ashamed, furry, hyena, waddled, orchard, enormous Sound System Initial vowels Stress Moral Values sharing, humility working together CCTS inferencing, predicting

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English Year 4

WEEK 17 - 20

THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and read: (i) medial diagraph Sub-Topic (ii) final diagraph Getting Connected 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of 3 and 4 syllable words 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. Objectives 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs, paying By the end of the week, attention to pronunciation, stress and pupils should be able to; intonation correctly. a. listen to and repeat accurately the correct 1.5.1 Listen to simple announcement and understand the pronunciation of words with medial digraphs message. b. pronounce 3- syllabus and 4- syllabus 1.5.2 Listen to simple text and recall details by answering words. simple 'Wh' questions. c. obtain information from texts listened to in 1.5.4 Listen to simple recount of what one did and tell the relation to main ideas, specific details, and sequence of events. sequence. 2.1.1 Repeat the following sounds in words correctly. d. acquire key words at various stages of 2.1.2 Pronounce 3 syllable words. development. 2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with e. read and understand simple factual texts the correct stress and intonations. f. recognise and write the possessive 2.1.5 Chant rhymes, jazz rhymes and sing songs pronouncing adjectives. words clearly. g. write a note/ message 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. i. fill in the blanks using conjuctions. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the sounds. 3.2.5 Learn another 5 key words for each topics and use these key words in sentences of one's own. Source 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.2 Give words according to word categories. Yr4/TB/ pg 59 - 72 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.8.1 Write a message for a purpose.

CONTENTS Grammar Items Conjunctions Sequence Connecters Pronouns Sentence Patterns I have a radio. We must not serve beef to Hindus Which machine do you find most useful? Vocabulary Communications, telephone, telegraph, walkman, fax machine, sign language, braille, internet, satelite, facsimille, email Sound System medial diagraph final diagraph Moral Values responsibility, obedience, cautiousness, dicipline CCTS spelling, memorising, sequencing, inferencing

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English Year 4

WEEK 21 - 24

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat dipthongs 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs Sub-Topic 1.4.3 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in Moving Around the neighbourhood. 1.5.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 2.1.1 repeat the following sounds in words correctly. Objectives 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonations. By the end of the week, 2.2.3 Ask questions to seek clarifications on how to make pupils should be able to; things, on places, directions and on amounts a. listen to and repeat accurately the correct and quantities. pronunciation of words with diphtongs. 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions b. listen and repeat words ending -tion as in and appropriate gestures. station. 2.7.4 To respond to someone asking for help. c. listen to and follow simple directions to 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud sounds. places in the neighbourhood. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. d. ask and give simple directions to places 3.6.4 Understand words opposite in meaning in the neighbourhood. 3.6.6 Distinguish words that show actions (verbs) and things, e. understand words opposite in meaning. people, animals etc (nouns) f. read and write simple directions using 3.8.1 Read and understand instructions, directions, notices, prepositions of locations and directions. labels, messages, letters, grafitties, passages and g. consruct simple and compound descriptions. sentences with guidance and independently. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering h. combine two sentences using conjuctions. comprehension questions in relation to main ideas and details. 4.3.2 Match words to signs. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions with the missing words Source to form words and pictures 4.4.3 Complete simple instructions with the missing words Yr4/TB/ pg 73 - 86 to form words composite pictures 4.5 Form simple sentences and questions by arranging words 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently by looking at pictures. 4.6.3 Take dictation of paragraphs given. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues. WORLD OF SELF

THEME

CONTENTS Grammar Items conjunction preposition Sentence Patterns There are many types of transportation What station comes after KLCC? What does LRT mean? Vocabulary above, along, around, below, between, following, near, junction, fuel, jet, aircraft, paracenders, sleigh, camp, island, neigh Sound System Diphthongs Word endings Moral Values civic consciousness, politeness, obedience, responsibilities CCTS spelling, sequencing, problemsolving, decision making and mind mapping

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English Year 4

WEEK 25 - 28

THEME WORLD OF PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 (i) Listen to and repeat silent letters 1.3.1 Listen to key words in stories and text heard and Sub-Topic demonstrate understanding by pointing at the pictures. Living in Harmony 1.5.4 Listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the sequence of events. 2.1.1 Repeat the following sounds in words correctly Objectives (x) silent letters By the end of the week, 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. pupils should be able to; 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends a. listen and say words with silent letters information. `t` , `w` and `h`. 2.7.3 To ask for help from neighbours and friends. b. talk about oneself and personal 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds ; experiences. (x) silent letters c. read and find meanings using contexual clues 3.1.4 Compare words for similar and different sounds clues. 3.2.2 Read and learn meaning of five key words for each topic d. write simple descriptions. taught. e. answer questions and give responses 3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words using positive and negative statements. within text. 3.6.3 Understand words similar in meaning. 3.7.5 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. SOURCE 3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within text. Yr4/TB PG 89-100 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with words and picture cues. 4.8.3 Write simple description with picture cues.

CONTENTS Grammar Items Positive statements Negative statements Questions and responses Sentence Patterns She lives two doors away. Please help me to carry these boxes . Is this a diskette ? No , it isn`t. Vocabulary neighbour neighbourhood next door two doors away friendly kind swordtails horror aching wriggled heir throne Sound System Silent letters silent `t` `w` `h` Moral Values responsibilty tolerance peace harmony CCTS inferencing , information transfer word association

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English Year 4

WEEK 29-30

THEME WORLD OF STORIES Sub-Topic More Stories

Objectives By the end of the week, pupils should be able to; a. listen and say words that have the ll ,pp, rr , tt and dd sounds. b. state whether one likes or does not like the story heard and give reasons. c. read about people in stories. d. write sentences using the simple past tense. e. punctuate using full stops , capital letters and exclamation marks. SOURCE yr4/Tb/ pg. 101 - 116

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat: (vi) double consonants 1.2.3 Listen and repeat simple ryhmes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.7.2 Listen to simple stories and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7.3 Listen to short stories and fairy tales and share feelings about the story. 2.1.1 Repeat the following sounds in words correctly ; (vi) double consonant 2.2.1 Ask `Wh` questions to seek information. 2.1.5 Chant rhymes , jazz chants and sing songs words clearly 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. 3.9.1 Read simple poems and stories 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard or read. 3.9.4 Tell why a person or animal in a story is good or bad 4.4.3 Complete stories with the missing words 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently ( three to five. words ) by looking at a picture. 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with word and picture cues. 4.10.1 Use capital letters , comma , full stop, apostrophe and exclamation marks when writing.

CONTENTS Grammar Items Adverbs of manner Simple Past Tense Exclamation marks Sentence Patterns Amy spoke softly to Mr. King. What lesson did the Giant learn from the incident? Vocabulary blurb title author comments rating flip through monster mystery humble book review prince cloak corridor elves leather Sound System Double consonants ll/l/ pp/p/ rr/r/ tt/t/ dd/d/ Moral Values kindness diligence love helpfulness CCTS reasoning evaluating sequencing inferencing predicting

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English Year 4

WEEK 31 - 32

THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat; (iii) initial diagraphs Sub-Topic 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering Come Rain Come Shine simple `Wh` questions. 1.5.4 listen to simple recounts of what one did and tell the the sequence of events. Objectives 2.1.1 Repeat the following sounds in words correctly ; By the end of the week, (iii) initial diagraphs pupils should be able to; 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. a. listen to and repeat accurately the correct 2.4.4 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression pronunciation of words with initial diagraphs and appropriate gestures. like ph/f/ ch/k/ wh/w/ and wh/h/ 3.1.1 Look at letters and sounds ; b. listen to and use key words related to (iii) initial diagraphs weather. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering c. read and understand cause and effect comprehension question in relation to : relationship. - main details d. construct simple and compound - details sentences with guidance and independently. 3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. SOURCE 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with words and picture cues YR 4/ TB pg 117-130

CONTENTS Grammar Items Sentence types Conjunctions- and but because Sentence Patterns Name two states located to the north of Peninsular malaysia. Clouds form because water vapour cools. Vocabulary sun rain snow cloud desert chilly rainbow droplets north east west thunderstorm temperature drizzly humid peninsular energy flood Sound System Initial diagraphs .ph/f/ ch/k/ wh/w/ Moral Values environmental awareness responsibility cooperation CCTS cause and effect inferencing problem solving

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English Year 4

WEEK 33-34

THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE Sub-Topic Malaysia , My Country

Objectives By the end of the week, pupils should be able to; a. listen to and retell stories b. talk about family members c. request information about other people d. read and understand short passage tories

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 (iv) Listen to and repeat medial digraphs 2.1.1 (iv) Repeat the medial digraph sounds in words correctly 3.1.1 (iv) Look at letters and say aloud the medial digraph sounds 2.2.1 Ask "Wh' questions to seek information 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs 3.6.1 Recognise and make small words from big words 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independantly 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be 4.6.2 Apply spelling rules 4.7.1 Use full stop for initials and abbre. 4.4.3 Complete simple texts, with the missing words 4.3.1 Match phrases to pictures

CONTENTS Grammar Items Pronouns Positive Statements Sentence Patterns My mother is the eldest in the family. Chong Beng is Swee Peng`s nephew. Vocabulary grandchild granddaughter guardian proud untidy hardworking graceful neat soft Sound System medial diagraphs Moral Values neighbourliness friendship honesty CCTS referencing information transferring

SOURCE YR4 /TB pg 53-56

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English Year 4

WEEK 35 - 36

THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE

SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 (vii) Listen to and repeat (xii) words endings correctly 1.5.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details by answering Sub-Topic simple `Wh` questions Malaysia, My Country 2.1.1 Repeat the following sounds in words (xii) word endings 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation Objectives 2.2.3 Ask questions to seek clarification on how to make By the end of the week, things , on places, directions and on amounts and pupils should be able to; quantities. a. listen to and repeat accurately the correct 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds pronunciation of words that end in - er (xii) word endings -est 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. b. ask and answer questions to get 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and simple stories clearly and information using correct intonation. expressively. c. read and understand simple factual texts 3.6.7 Distinguish words that show comparison : by answering comprehension questions. - er -est -es + than d. construct simple and compound 3.8.4 Read and understand the simple factual texts by sentences with guidance and answering comprehension questions in relation to : independently.. main ideas - details e. write simple sentences using picture cues 4.4.1. Provide missing letters in words. SOURCE 4.4.2. Complete simple instructions , recipes , descriptions, rhymes with the missing words. yr4/tb pg 131 - 144 4.8.2 Write simple sentences with words and picture cues.

CONTENTS Grammar Items Interrogative pronouns Comparative form Simple Present Tense Sentence Patterns

Vocabulary republic largest stripes compass culture traditions languages caves temple festivals multi- racial costume custom plantations Sound System word endings Stress Moral Values Unity , Living in harmony , Pride Tolerance Cleanliness CCTS Decision- making memorising inferencing Mind mapping

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English Year 5

YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 1, 2 & 3 THEME WORLD OF SELF / PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS SPECIFICATIONS CONTENT GRAMMAR 3. Pronouns a) Personal Pronouns I, you, he, she, we they, it b) Possessive adjectives my book, his shoes etc. SENTENCE PATTERNS Do you have brothers and sisters ? What are their names ? My friend's name is …..

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: (xi) word contractions 1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. SUB-TOPIC 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. FAMILY FIRST 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound words correctly. OBJECTIVES 2.1.2 Pronounce compound words correctly. 2.2.1 Ask "wh questions to seek information. Pupils should be able to: 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 2.3.6 Take part in teacher- guided discussions a. talk about their families and other families. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: b. read and understand different types of texts. (xi) word contractions c. reply to an email. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with word contractions. d.. Transfer information. 3.2.1 Recognize and read aloud compound words in texts. e. fill in forms of personal particulars. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching phrases f. use pronouns and compound words. to pictures. g. say words such as you're , don't , we'll 3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words. 4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. 4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, recipes, stories with the missing word(s) (little or no guidance). 4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at pictures. SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 1 - 12) Teacher's Guide Book (pg 5 - 12) SOUND SYSTEM Word contractions: 'll, 're ,n't

VOCABULARY aunt, family, eldest, bedroom, beehive, birthday, brother, celebrate, classmate,feast, children, cousin, daughter, mother, father, sister, uncle MORAL VALUES Loving, caring, cooperation, making associations and connections, identifying people

CCTS Listing Categorising

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English Year 5

YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 4&5 THEME WORLD OF SELF / WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE SPECIFICATIONS CONTENT GRAMMAR 8. Modals could / should 11. Simple Past Tense - irregular verbs

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound: (ii) final consonants -/g/ , /p/ , /l/ 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and SUB-TOPIC songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. Travel and Adventures 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers : sixteenth - thirty-first (16th. - 31st.) OBJECTIVES 1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk about them. Pupils should be able to: 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (ii) final consonants -/g/ , /p/ , /l/ should be able to : 2.3.3 Talk about things heard, seen or read. a. listen to and repeat chants. 2.3.5 Understand ordinal numbers: sixteenth - thirty-first b. talk about travel and adventures. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with c. read texts and answer questions. expressions and appropriate gestures. d. understand ordinal numbers and dates. 2.5.1 Give details about the people and animals of a story e. transfer information from linear to non-linear. heard, read or viewed. f. make decisions and write paragraphs. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (ii) final consonants -/g/ , /p/ , /l/ g. write brochures. h. use could and should in sentences. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with the letters listed in the final i. use irregular verbs in the Past Tense. diagraphs. j. listen to and discriminate sounds such as 3.2.5 Recognize and read and learn ordinal numbers: big , cap and soil. (16th. - 31st.) 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively. 3.6.2 Give words opposite in meaning. 3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions, directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts, descriptions. 4.3.3 Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, recipes, stories with the missing word(s) (little or no guidance). 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences independently by looking at the pictures. 4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and supporting details. 4.6.2 Indent when writing a paragraph. SOURCES SOUND SYSTEM Year 5 Textbook (pg 13 - 25) Teacher's Guide (pg 18 - 25) Final consonants : /l/ , /p/ , /g/

SENTENCE PATTERNS What is the main attraction in Kinabalu Park ? Yesterday, I led them to the library. Christmas is on the 25th. Of December.

VOCABULARY accomodation, brochure, destination, distance, slept, attractions, across, package, habitat, popular, sixteenth, bug, dog, boil, fool, girl

MORAL VALUES Courage Patriotism Rationalty Making decisions

CCTS Making decisions

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 6&7 THEME WORLD OF SELF / WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE SUB-TOPIC Saving Our Environment SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : (i) initial vowels 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (i) initial vowels 2.2.1 Ask 'Wh' questions to seek information. 2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read. 2.3.6 Take part in teacher-guided discussions. 2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard and viewed. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: (i) initial vowels 3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to: - main ideas, details 3.8.5 Read and understand cause and effect relationship. 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard. 4.4.2 Construct simple and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance. CONTENT GRAMMAR 4. Conjunctions: so and because 10. Simple Present Tense for habitual actions.

OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to: a.listen to texts read. b. talk about our environment. c. read texts and answer questions. d. identify words with the same sound. e. form questions. f. write compound sentences using so and because. g. write sentences to show habitual actions. h. say words such as across and almost

15. Sentence types: Simple and compound sentences. SENTENCE PATTERNS Why should we keep our rivers clean ? There is a lot of garbage in the drain, so it is blocked. VOCABULARY awful, chemicals, chimney, clogged, destroy, dispose of, dump, factory, recycle, metal MORAL VALUES Cooperation Civic - awareness

SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 26 - 38) Teacher's Guide (pg 30 - 38)

SOUND SYSTEM Initial vowels: a) 'a' as in away b) 'a' as in all

CCTS Decision-making

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 8,9 & 10 THEME WORLD OF SELF / PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS SUB-TOPIC Animals and Us OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to: a. name and talk about animals and their young. b. read and respond to texts about animals. c. read and respond to a story. d. describe animals in groups. f. compare and contrast animals. g. write a journal. h. use Past Tense. i. listen to and discriminate sounds such as sunset and cloud. SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound: (ii) final consonants - /t/ and /d/ 1.1.2. Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (ii) final consonants - /t/ and /d/ 2.2.1 Ask 'Wh' questions to seek information. 2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read. 3.1.3 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (ii) final consonants - /t/ and /d/ 3.1.5 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.7 State collective nouns. 3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts. 3.9.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. 4.3.2 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes with the missing words and simple phrases (with guidance). 4.4.2 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at pictures. 4.4.3 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and supporting details. 4.7.4 Write simple recounts with guidance. SOUND SYSTEM Final consonants: /t/ and /d/ CONTENT GRAMMAR 1. Nouns - Collective Nouns 11. Simple Past with _d and _ ed SENTENCE PATTERNS I can see many animals and people on a farm. How do bulls, cows and goats help man ? A cat and its two kittens were playing near the trees. VOCABULARY brood,calves, chimpanzees, chicks, coop, ducklings, foal, flock, gosling, herd, litter, nest MORAL VALUES Love for animals Cleanliness Diligence

SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 39 - 52) Teacher's Guide (pg 43 - 51)

CCTS Sequencing events Making associations and connections.

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 11, 12 & 13 THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : (vi) initial blends 1.1.2 Listen to and identify different types of letter sounds. 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (vi) initial blends 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 2.2.3 Ask questions to seek clarification on how to make or do things, on places, directions and on amounts and quantities. 2.7.3 Suggesting ideas to do things. 2.7.4 Responding to suggestions. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (vi) initial blends 3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families. 3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.3 Read and distinguish homographs. 3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts. 3.8.3 Read and obtain meaning of words and phrases for contextual clues. 4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences independently by looking at pictures. SOUND SYSTEM Initial blends: /cl/ , /bl/ , /br/ CONTENT GRAMMAR 1. Nouns Number (singular and plural forms) 5. Suggested sentence patterns. SENTENCE PATTERNS En. Ismail owns a large piece of paddy field. No, I haven't but I have seen pictures of paddy fields. The gardener plants mango trees close to the fence. VOCABULARY agricultural industry, bow, ox, clouds,crops, grains, estate fertilizers, harvesting, leaves pesticides, processing, refuse plantation, deforestation MORAL VALUES Diligence Cooperation CCTS Categorising Making associations and connections.

SUB-TOPIC Bountiful Harvest OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to: a. talk about modern farming. b. read and answer questions. c. write a story. d. use homographs. e. use singular and plural nouns. f. make and respond to suggestions. g. listen to, say and discriminate sounds such as blizzard, broke and clear.

SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 53 - 65) Teacher's Guide (pg 56 - 65)

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 14, 15, 16 & 17 THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : -est , -er , -ed , -tion 1.1.2 Listen to and identify different type of letter sounds. 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: -est , -er , -ed , -tion 2.2.1 Ask 'Wh' questions to seek information. 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 2.7.1 Extending an invitation. 2.7.2 Accepting or declining an invitation. 3.1.3 Read aloud words with the letters listed in 2.1.1 3.1.4 Read and group words according to word families. 3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. in the story. 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story read. 4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. 4.4.1 Form sentences and questions by matching sentence halves and using substitution tables. 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. CONTENT GRAMMAR 1. Nouns Uncountable nouns some water, some rice, some money 5. Suggested sentence patterns 6. To accept and decline What do you like to eat ? Beef is taboo to the Hindus and the Buddhists, while pork is forbidden to Muslims. VOCABULARY balanced, ethnic, hygienic, ingredients, pickles, tasty, convenient, unique, variety, any, expensive, sweetest MORAL VALUES National unity Cooperation Tolerance SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 66 -77) Teacher's Guide (pg 70 - 77) SOUND SYSTEM -est , -er , -ed , -tion Stress in 3-syllable and 4-syllable words CCTS Mind - mapping Categorising Making decisions

SUB-TOPIC Glorious Food OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to : a. talk about various food in the country. b. read and understand texts. d. accept and decline an invitation. e. form sentences using some and any. f. listen to and say words such as walked, smallest, bitter and celebration. g. listen to and say words with correct stress.

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK ( SEMESTER 2) WEEK 21, 22 & 23 THEME WORLD OF STORIES / WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE SUB-TOPIC People OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to : a. talk about people. b. read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively. c. read and respond to texts about people. d. answer various forms of questions. e. form sentences to describe people. f. use articles a , an and the . g. make sentences using Subject-Verb Agreement. h. listen to and say words such as school, bird and telephone. SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : (iv) medial digraphs 1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and simple factual texts and give details. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (iv) medial digraphs 2.2.2 Ask other forms of questions to seek information. 2.3.6 Take part in teacher-guided discussions. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (iv) medial digraphs 3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to -main ideas , details 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance. CONTENT GRAMMAR 2. Articles (with singular nouns) a, an, the 9. Subject-Verb Agreement SENTENCE PATTERNS The pupils greet their teacher each time they meet her. When is National Day ? She has eaten the flakes. He finished his studies. VOCABULARY anchor, alphabet, brave, design, excited, enemy, hardworking, honest, leader, protect, parade, represent treat, peace, receive, useful, responsible, society MORAL VALUES Respect Humility Courage SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 78 -91) Teacher's Guide (pg 82 - 88) SOUND SYSTEM Medial graphs: ph /f/, ch /k/, ir /3:/ CCTS Relaying information Listing Categorising

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 24, 25, & 26 THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE / WORLD OF STORIES SUB-TOPIC Inventions OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to : a. listen to texts read. b. talk about inventions. c. read texts and answer questions. e. form sentences using some and any. d. write simple instructions. e. use proper nouns. f. write positive and negative statements. g. listen to and discriminate sounds such as cough and ache. SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : (iv) final diagraphs 1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories, recounts descriptions heard. 1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk about them. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (iv) final digraphs 2.3.3 Talk about things seen or read. 2.3.6 Take part in teacher-guided discussions. 2.5.1 Give details about people and animals in a story heard, read or viewed. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (iv) final digraphs 3.6.2 Give words similar in meaning. 3.7.2 Read and select the definition suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions, directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts and descriptions. 3.8.3 Read and obtain meanings of words and phrases for contextual clues. 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas CONTENT GRAMMAR 1. Nouns Proper Nouns 12. Positive sentences 13. Negative sentences SENTENCE PATTERNS Mr. Lim Kok Wah was the man who designed the building. The boy is fixing a model helicopter. The engineer is building a new bridge. VOCABULARY download, edit, experiments, gears, handle, invent, material, motor, participate, propellers, radios, remove, rubber patch, squeeze, wheels MORAL VALUES Courage Patriotism CCTS Listing Reasoning Sequencing

SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 92 -1105) Teacher's Guide (pg 93 - 100)

SOUND SYSTEM Final diagraphs: ch /k/, gh /f/

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : (iv) silent letters 1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and simple factual texts and give details. 2.3.6 Take part in teacher-guided discussions. 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story read, heard and viewed. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (iv) silent letters 3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.3 Read alouds poems and stories clearly and expressively. 3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts. 3.8.4 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to -main ideas, details 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance. CONTENT GRAMMAR 4. Conjunctions and , but , or SENTENCE PATTERNS Some traditional Indian costumes are saree, dhoti and kurta. The kite played by the Kelantanese are called Wau. I wear songkok to the mosque but my brother does not. VOCABULARY attractive, competition, culture, costumes, event, forbidden, honour, heir, instrument, materials, wrap custom, occasions, tradition, traveller, temporary favourite, clothes, whistle, wrap, world MORAL VALUES Humility Respect Honesty CCTS Giving opinions Gathering information Relaying information

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WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE / WORLD OF STORIES SUB-TOPIC Pupils should be able to : a. talk about culture and traditions practised by the different ethnic groups. b. read and respond to texts about culture and traditions. c. read and answer questions. d. form sentences about culture and traditions. e. use conjunctions like and, but and or . f. say words such as listen, wrap, hour and island.

SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 106 -117) Teacher's Guide (pg 105 - 111)

SOUND SYSTEM Silent letters: 't' , 'w' , 'h' , 's'

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE / WORLD OF PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : (iv) initial diagraphs 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children's songs, rhymes, poems and jazz chants. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (iv) initial diagraphs 2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct intonation. 2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories, fables and situations: 41 - 50 2.3.6 Take part in teacher-guided discussions. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and appropriate gestures. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (iv) initial diagraphs 3.1.3 Read aloud words with initial diagraphs. 3.3.3. Read and understand simple paragraphs. 4.1.4 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences. SOUND SYSTEM Initial diagraphs: /w/, /h/, /fr/ CONTENT GRAMMAR 7. Adverbs of manner

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SUB-TOPIC What Games Do You Play ? OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to : a. speak clearly by pronouncing words accuratey. b. read aloud tongue-twisters c. read texts on sports personalities d. write using words to expand sentences. e. construct simple paragraphs. f. use adverbs and collective nouns. g. listen to and say aloud words such as fresh, while and whole.

SENTENCE PATTERNS Winners at the Olympic Games receive medals. Belaja loves gymnastics. The crowd of spectators cheered loudly. The players quickly ran after the ball. VOCABULARY athletics, athlete, bat, competitors, gymnasts, medal, goalkeeper, gloves, hockey, neatly, Olympic Games, tournament, a crowd of spectators,a team of players MORAL VALUES Moderation Respect Cooperation

SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 118 -132) Teacher's Guide (pg 117 - 125)

CCTS ICT skills Thinking skills Knowledge acquisition

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : (ix) diphthongs. 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children's songs, rhymes, poems and jazz chants. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: (ix) diphthongs. 2.3.2 Talk about things heard, seen, or read. 2.3.6 Take part in teacher-guided discussions. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions and appropriate gestures. 2.6.2 State whether one likes or does not like the story heard, read or viewed. 2.6.3 Relate the story to one's life. 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: (ix) diphthongs. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance. SOUND SYSTEM Diphthongs (vowel digraphs) CONTENT GRAMMAR 6. Adjectives SENTENCE PATTERNS The new house is as big as the Penghulu's house. Your garden is more beautiful than mine. He is writing at a black wooden table. VOCABULARY along, began, below, better, beautiful, behind, beside, big, bigger, biggest, boat, boatman, bomber,bright, brighter, brightest, bungalow, cleverer, cleverest, coat, communicate, dust, eldest, enormous, expensive, floor, flat, follow, fast, faster, fastest, fighter, garage, gender, harmful, high, higher, highest, house, impressive, large, larger, largest, light, massive, more, most, neigh, old, older, oldest, outside, own, other, playground, rainstorm, row, small, smaller, smallest, weigh, wide, window, yellow MORAL VALUES Moderation, respect, love, cooperation, honesty, rationality, patriotism,

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WORLD OF SELF / WORLD OF PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS SUB-TOPIC Where Do You Live ? OBJECTIVES Pupils should be able to : a. listen to and read aloud a poem. b. talk about one's house and other houses in general. c. read text on houses. d. write using words to expand sentences. e. write and describe houses. f. use words such as big black and tall, strong. g. listen to, say and discriminate words such load, donkey, neigh, row and pie.

SOURCES Year 5 Textbook (pg 133 - 143) Teacher's Guide (pg 126 - 137)

CCTS ICT skills Learning how to learn Referencing skills

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK THEME SPECIFICATIONS CONTENT GRAMMAR 5. Prepositions 15. Sentence types - simple sentence - compound sentence

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1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sound : double consonants 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sound. SUB-TOPIC 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants,poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation The Internet correctly. 1.6.1 Listen to and enjoy children's songs, rhymes, poems OBJECTIVES and jazz chants. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sound: Pupils should be able to : double consonants. 2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions,and exclamations with a. talk and read about the Internet. with the correct stress and intonation. b. read and understand what a website is. 2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories, fables and situations: c. read aloud poems and tongue twisters. 41 - 50. d. write compound sentences using like, 2.3.6 Take part in teacher-guided discussions. such as and for example. 2.4.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expressions e. use words to show locations and directions. and appropriate gestures. f. listen to and say aloud words such as 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sound: butter, jelly, narrow and Bippy. (vi) double consonants 3.1.3 Read aloud words with double consonants. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in text observing correct stress and intonation and sentence rhythm. 3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary. 3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions, directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts, descriptions. 3.10.1Read according to one's interest and keep a reading SOURCES record. 4.4.2 Construct simple and compound sentences based on Year 5 Textbook (pg 144 - 154) a given stimulus. 4.4.3 Construct simple and compound sentences Teacher's Guide (pg 138 - 150) independently by looking at pictures. 4.7.2 Fill out forms. 4.7.3 Write simple descriptions with guidance. SOUND SYSTEM Double consonants 6.1 ll /l/ 6.3 rr /r/ 6.5 dd /d/ 6.2 pp /p/ 6.4 tt /t/ WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE

SENTENCE PATTERN These websites have interesting information, such as stories and articles. The printer was placed near the monitor.

VOCABULARY above, across, along, among, around, article, bedroom behind, below, brother, cable, CPU, chat, classroom, connect, country, details, down, educational, e-mail, exchange, follow, for example, friends, in front of, information, internet, interesting, keyboard, like, monitor, mouse, near, next to, online, online dictionary, print, printer, puzzle, sister, solve, such as, through, together, under, visit, website, webpage, word, year

MORAL VALUES Public spiritedness Cooperation Caring CCTS ICT skills Preparation for the real world Knowledge acquisition To compare and contrast Listing Categorising

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK (SEMESTER 1) WEEK 1 THEME PARTS OF THE BODY World of Self, Family and Friends SUB-TOPIC UNIT 1 -- Wonderfully Made OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk ,read and write about one self b. talk ,read and write about parts of the body d. repeat phrases and sentences. e. understand words, phrases and sentences. f. pronounce the sounds clearly and accurately. g. ask questions to gather information. accurately. SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds iv) silent letters 1.2.3. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions and intonation correctly. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details. 2.1.3. Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonation. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, buildings, etc. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures. 3.4.1 Read aloud phrases and sentences pronouncing them correctly 3.8.2. Scan for specific information in the text 4.2.2. Complete the texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by expanding the words given. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. GRAMMAR Verbs kick.smell, touch, hear, feel. subject-verb agreement This is my knuckle These are my palms SENTENCE PATTERNS The skull protects the brain. We hear with our ears. The thigh is above the knee. The ankle is below the knee.

VOCABULARY spine ,, knuckle,palm,waist,hip,thigh shin,calf,sole,arm,ear,knee,ankle MORAL VALUES Respect and love.

SOURCES Refer to text book on pages 1/2/3

SOUND SYSTEM ou as in mouth and ai as in stair

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 2 THEME World of Self, Family and Friends SUB-TOPIC (PERSONAL DETAILS/ PEOPLE) Wonderfully Made OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. describe oneself b. talk about one's feelings c. introduce oneself and others. d. make positive and negative statement. e. ask and give personal particulars. f. read and write descriptions of people g.read about physically challenged people h. write the similarities and differences among people. SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.1. Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.3. Listen to simple messages, announcements, news reports, recounts and talk about them. 1.7.1. Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the names of people, animals and places. 2.1.4. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.1. Ask 'Wh' questions to seek information. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, buildings, etc. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.8.2. Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to : - main ideas - details 3.9.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.2.1. Complete simple instructions, descriptions with the missing words and simple phrases, with guidance. 4.2.3. Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information from the texts. 4.9.2. Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt. GRAMMAR Adjectives angry, shy ,bored,scared, puzzled,surprised,happy,sad

SENTENCE PATTERNS Talk about oneself and friends e.g. I have brown eyes and a small nose Eva has long wavy black hair. Everyone is special VOCABULARY wavy,spiky,slanted,flat,pointed,freckles, oval,pale,muscular,

MORAL VALUES

proud of oneself, humble, appreciate

SOURCES refer to textbook on pages 4/5/6/7 e.g.. police/man

SOUND SYSTEM Stress in compound words door/man book/store

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 3 THEME World of Stories SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.1. Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and give the main ideas and supporting ideas. 1.7.1. Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the names of people, animals and places. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, buildings, etc. 2.7.3. Talk about the events in a story. 2.9.3. To express pleasure / happiness. 3.2.1 Recognise and read aloud words with prefixes/suffixes 3.6.9. Understand simple similes and proverbs. 3.9.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.2.2. Complete the above texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. GRAMMAR Prefixes and suffixes e.g. prefixes(beginning of base words) I shall repay your kindness He stared in disbelief. e.g. suffixes(end of base words) He was speechless They left quickly for home SENTENCE PATTERNS To refute statement e.g. It is not black. No, it is not black.

SUB-TOPIC PARTS OF THE BODY Wonderfully Made OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. pronounce words correctly. b. describe the characters in the story . c. read and understand how prefixes and suffixes are used d. identify and talk about one's favourite character e. retell stories that are heard and read. f. write descriptions of people g. construct sentences using the correct subject and verb agreement.

VOCABULARY herbs, wrinkled,face,inedible,sniff upset,awful,dissatisfied,thoughtless unpleasantly,inadvisable,unwilling, hideous,reflection,broader,lumps MORAL VALUES politeness kindness

SOURCES refer to textbook on pages 8/9/10 & 11

SOUND SYSTEM ou as in mouth and ai as in stair

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 4 THEME World of Self, Family And Friends SUB-TOPIC PEOPLE UNIT 2-Proud To Be A Malaysian OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a.talk ,read and write about being Malaysians b. describe the pictures and share ideas c.state true or false d.read email and answer comprehension questions e. read and write a desciption of events SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and group words according to the same beginning, middle or ending sounds. 1.3.3. Listen to and understand phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.4.1. Listen to and follow simple instructions on how to complete a given task. 2.1.4. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.8.1. State whether one likes or does not like the story and give reasons. 2.9.2. To show appreciation. 3.3.3.Read and understand simple paragraphs by answering comprehension questions 3.8.2 Scan for specific information in the texts 3.9.6 Relate the people and events in te story to one's life. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by : - matching sentences halves, and - expanding on words given. 4.6.1. Write simple guided descriptions. GRAMMAR Proper Nouns ( names of persons/ places) e.g. Hannah, Syazureen,Piri,Anand,Eva, Yoke Phin ,Amarjit Malaysia,Sarawak,Taman Negara Pulau Sipadan,Sabah,Kuala Lumpur SENTENCE PATTERNS To greet someone e.g. Hannah,meet my friend,Piri Hello, it's nice meeting you . Hello everyone. Pleased to meet you. Welcome to Malaysia Thank you VOCABULARY Malaysians, email,beautiful corals, marine caves,tropical rainforests traditions,harmony

MORAL VALUES patriotism politeness

SOURCES Textbook pages 14/15/16/17

SOUND SYSTEM repeating formulaic expressions Hannah,meet my friend,Piri/ Welcome to Malaysia Hello, it's nice meeting you . / Thank you Hello everyone. Pleased to meet you.

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 5 THEME World of Self, Family And Friends SUB-TOPIC (Personal details) UNIT 2-Proud To Be A Malaysian OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. describe relationship b. speak clearly. c. give relevant information in response to enquiries made. d. tell stories and recite poems. e. read sentences correctly f. Use apostrophes correctly g. fill in missing words in statements. h. write simple sentences on a description of a function or an event. SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds : i. voiced ii. Voiceless "th" 1.2.1. Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound words correctly 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions,recounts,news report and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details 1.7.1. Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the names of people, animals and places. 2.2.2. Ask questions to seek information and clarification. 2.3.4. To make comparisons. 2.5.1. To take and give short messages to friends and family members. 3.2.1. Recognise and read aloud words with prefixes and suffixes. 3.3.2. Read and understand simple and compound sentences by interpreting pronoun forms. 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on : - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.6.1. Write simple guided descriptions. SOUND SYSTEM Voiced and Voiceless th - /ð/ thee there GRAMMAR Punctuation/ apostrophes add 's after singular names or nouns e.g. Daniel's school add ' after plural nouns that end with s e.g. girls' school add 's after plural nouns that do not end wth s e.g children's school SENTENCE PATTERNS I study at Sekolah Kebangsaan Putrajaya Permai. Encik Osman's car is parked under the big tree. The girls' dresses are sold on the second floor of the supermarket. VOCABULARY function, access information,explore internet,network,rural,well-equipped facilities,participate,races.organised delighted,lonely,sailing MORAL VALUES Friendly Thankfulness

SOURCES textbook pages 18/19/20/21/22/23

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 6 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 12.2. Listen to and repeat correctly phrases snd expressions. 1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories,recounts and description heard. GRAMMAR Wh' questions Where are you from? What has been your greatest achievement? SENTENCE PATTERNS Seeking Information e.g. What kept you going? Our trainers motivated us to keep moving and never to give up. VOCABULARY balanced diet, sufficiently,protein, cabhohydrates,calcium,nutritional, stress,lifestyle,brochure,athletes, duo,motivated,routine,determined accomplishment,professional MORAL VALUES Determination Courage Self -discipline

SUB-TOPIC UNIT 3 - Fit as a Fiddle (Activities and hobbies) OBJECTIVES

1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details. 2.1.3. Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations By the end of this week, pupils with the correct stress and intonation. should be able to : 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, building, etc. 2.7.3 Talk about the events in the story a. talk,read and write about eating right and 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases by matching doing physical activities to health. phrases to pictures. b. read a dialogue and answer comprehension 3.8.3. Read and understand simple factual texts by questions answering comprehension questions in relation to : c. Match words to their meaning. - main ideas d. jotting down notes from a brochure - details e. complete dialogue 3.9.6. Relate the people and events in the story to one's f. write an acitvity with the help of the life. given notes 4.2.2. Complete the texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by expanding on words given. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. SOURCES textbook pages 26/27/28/29 SOUND SYSTEM Suffix determiination,sufficiently,wisely,regularly,heavily,

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 7 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense like ,buy, wants,stay,love,blends think,drink,make,orders

1.3.1. Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.3. Listen to simple messages, announcements, SUB-TOPIC news reports, recounts and talk about them. (FOOD) 1.7.5. Listen to facts and talk about the moral of the story UNIT 3 - Fit as a Fiddle of the fact and of lessons learnt. 2.1.4. Ask question with the correct intonation. OBJECTIVES 2.2.1. Ask 'Wh' questions to seek information. 2.9.5 To show concern By the end of this week, pupils 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of key words for each should be able to : topic taught. 3.8.2. Read and understand simple factual texts by a. talk,read and write about food that one answering comprehension questions in relation to : likes. - main ideas b. transfer information from text to mind maps - details and diagrams 3.9.2. Read and give details about the facts in the text c. use appropriate words and phrases to and the conversation show concern. 4.2.1. Complete simple instructions, descriptions with d. listen to and say sounds that end with mp the missing words and simple phrases, with as in stamp and dg as in lodge guidance. 4.2.3. Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information from texts. 4.9.2. Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt.

SENTENCE PATTERNS What do you like to eat? What's wrong? How are you feeling now?

VOCABULARY home-cooked meals,steamed, nutritional,junk food,herbal soup,blends fattening, stump,scamp,limp,pump dodge,edge,ridge,trudge,nudge MORAL VALUES Self-discipline Concern

SOURCES textbook pages 30/31/35

SOUND SYSTEM Sounds that end with mp as in stamp and dg as in lodge

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 9 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS GRAMMAR Nouns Collective nouns Countable and uncountable nouns

1.3.1. Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news SUB-TOPIC reports and give the main ideas and supporting ideas. (FOOD) 1.7.1. Listen to stories, fables and legends and give UNIT 3 - Fit as a Fiddle the names of people, animals and places. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, buildings, etc. OBJECTIVES 2.7.3. Talk about the events in a story. 2.9.3. To express pleasure / happiness. By the end of this week, pupils 3.6.7. State collective nouns. should be able to : 3.9.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. a. describe the characters in the story. 3.9.5. Read and predict outcomes b. tell the story using the pictures 4.2.2. Complete the above texts with the missing c.use countable and uncountable nouns and word(s), without any guidance. phrasal quantifiers. 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on d. fill in the blanks using appropriate - words and phrases, nouns and quantifiers. - on a picture stimulus. e. construct sentences using picture 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no f. read and write collective noun for food items guidance. g. ask and answer questions pertaining 4.8.1. Write simple sentences. to collective nouns h. write a shopping list

SENTENCE PATTERNS Bobo,the chimp lives a healthy life. He likes to spend time for leisure activities. He does physical activity. He does not like sweets but he likes fruits. VOCABULARY a bar of chocolate a can of sardine a loaf of bread a slice of pizza a bottle of water MORAL VALUES Thankfulness Gratefulness

SOURCES textbook pages 32/33/34

SOUND SYSTEM /th/ (voiced) the, this, that, then

CCTS Planning Solving Problems

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 9 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds. ii) double consonants 1.3.3. Listen to and understand phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts,news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas. 2.1.2. Pronounce 3- and 4 syllable words correctly 2.2.1. Ask WH questions to seek information 2.9.2. To show appreciation. 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the context. 3.4.1. Read aloud phrases and sentences, pronouncing them correctly. 3.9.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by : - matching sentence halves, and - expanding on words given. 4.1.1 Write words,phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. GRAMMAR Adverbs carefully,happily,soundly,joyfully sweetly,noisily,gracefully,slowly stylishly,awkwardly,hurriedly, hastily leisurely,gracefully,anxi+A286ously SENTENCE PATTERNS Kangaroos hop. Frogs leap Monkeys and orang utans climb and swing. Squirrels ,possums and racoons cling Snakes slither on their bellies Earthworms dig Whales and dolphins swim and dive VOCABULARY swim,fly,crawl,leap,climb,swing slither,dig,swim,dive,walk,paddle glide,gallop,stagger,wobble

SUB-TOPIC (ANIMALS) UNIT 4-Magical moments OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk,read and write about the way living things move b. read a recount and answer comprehension questions c. write a description on sports and activities g. write simple sentences. h. use adverbs

MORAL VALUES kindness appreciative

SOURCES textbook pages 38/39/40 /42/44

SOUND SYSTEM vowels

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 10 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1. Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds. ii) double consonants 1.3.3. Listen to and understand phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instructions on how to complete a given task 2.1.4. Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.4. Responding to such questions 2.9.2. To show appreciation. 3.4.1. Read aloud phrases and sentences, pronouncing them correctly. 3.6.7 State collective noun 3.9.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences -based on words and phrases given -on a picture stimulus 4.6.1. Write simple guided descriptions. 4.8.1. Write simple sentences. GRAMMAR Collective nouns a herd of antelopes a group of men a flock of birds a pack of lions a troop of monkeys SENTENCE PATTERNS The 100 metre sprint is the shortest running event. Pole vault is one of the interesting field event. Animal migration is the movement of animals from one place to another. VOCABULARY sprint, flexible,poles,crossbars, migration,seasonal,region, reproduce generation,continents, captured

SUB-TOPIC (ANIMALS) UNIT 4 -Magical moments

By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a.write a description on sports and activities b. transfer information from texts to mind maps to diagrams c. use collective nouns d. listen to and say words with ss as in across, rr as in terrific and zz as in dazzle e. read the passages with correct pronunciation

MORAL VALUES thankfulness friendliness CCTS Making Intrepretations Describing

SOURCES textbook pages 41/43/45/46/47

SOUND SYSTEM Double Consonants Lizzie, Parrot, Harrier, ferry, cross,Grizzly,Terry, Terrapin,Buzzard,Rossy,Fuzzy,dazzled,watercress,

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 11 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.3 Listen to and understand phrases in stories and recounts and descriptions heard. 1.4.1. Listen to and follow simple instructions on how to complete a given task. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details. 2.1.3. Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonation. 2.2.2 Ask questions to seek information and clarification 2.6.6. Tell simple stories. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures. 3.8.3. Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to : - main ideas - details 3.9.6. Relate the people and events in the story to one's life. 4.2.2. Complete the texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by expanding on words given. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. SOUND SYSTEM Silent letters silent /b/ comb, bomb, plumber, lamb, climb GRAMMAR Smilar and opposites big- huge / mix- blend / create- compose long-short/ sad-happy/ soft- hard common-unusual/ deep-shallow SENTENCE PATTERNS Music helps us to relax and have fun There are many musical instruments Musical instruments are divided into categories.

SUB-TOPIC PEOPLE/OBJECTS UNIT 5-Sounds of Music OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk ,read and write about musical instruments.how a song is recorded and the history of National Anthem b. read and write descriptions of musical instruments and words used in the music. c. use words with some meanings and different meanings correctly. d. categorize the musical instruments into groups. e. read text and answer comprehension questions. f. match words with meanings. g. state similar and opposites h. construct sentences SOURCES textbook pages 50/51/52/ 57

VOCABULARY stringed instruments,wind instruments brass instruments, percussion instruments,cello,timpani tuba,clarinet MORAL VALUES Love fore music cooperation

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 12 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.4.2. Listen to and identify the location of places in the country and in other countries. 1.4.3. Listen to and follow simple directions to places in other countries. 1.5.1. Listen to songs, stories and plans. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details. 2.1.3. Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonation. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, building, etc. 2.6.6. Tell simple stories. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures. 3.8.3. Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to : - main ideas - details 3.9.6. Relate the people and events in the story to one's life. 4.2.2. Complete the texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by expanding the words given. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. SOUND SYSTEM Diphthong /ue/ - cue, queue GRAMMAR Modals

SUB-TOPIC PEOPLE/OBJECTS UNIT 5-Sounds of Music OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk ,read and write about musical instruments.how a song is recorded b. read a text and answer comprehension questions. c. use the articles a,an and the correctly. d. read conversation e. answer questions f. write the process of song recording g. construct sentences

SENTENCE PATTERNS I'm so excited I'm impressed Wow!Great!We are so thrilled The process of recording a song involves many stages. Pir is palying a guitar. Anand is playing an oboe VOCABULARY performance, recording,studio, arrangements,composer,songwriter musicians,back up vocals,melody sound engineer,lead singer,distributed track,production,process MORAL VALUES

Appreciative Responsibility

SOURCES textbook pages 53/54/58

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 13 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.1. Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and give the main ideas and supporting ideas. 1.7.1. Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the names of people, animals and places. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, buildings, etc. 2.7.3. Talk about the events in a story. 2.9.3. To express pleasure / happiness. 3.6.8 Build new words from a given word 3.9.2. Read and give details about the people and animals in the story. 4.2.2. Complete the above texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. 4.8.1. Write simple sentences. 4.8.2. Write compound sentences using 'and', 'so', 'because' and 'therefore'. GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense

SUB-TOPIC PEOPLE/OBJECTS UNIT 5-Sounds of Music OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk ,read and write about the history of National Anthem. b. read a text and answer comprehension questions. c. listen to and say words with u as in jungle and a as in that d. fill in the blanks e. state true or false f. read the chorus "The Grand Party" g. rearrange sentences. h. form pairs of synonyms and antonyms

SENTENCE PATTERNS The history of National Anthem Every state had a national anthem by the year 1965. A competition was held for local and foreign composers. VOCABULARY national anthem, celebration,i independence,Chief Minister,famous reputable,analysed,panel of judges existing,selected, significant,lyrics MORAL VALUES Loyalty Honesty

SOURCES textbook pages 55/56/ 59 silent /g/ -

SOUND SYSTEM Silent letters sign, reign, foreign

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 14 THEME World of Self,Family and Friends SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.3. Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and give the main ideas and supporting ideas. 1.7.1. Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the names of people, animals and places. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, buildings, etc. 2.7.3. Talk about the events in a story. 2.9.3. To express pleasure / happiness. 3.7.2 Read and select the definition suited to the meaning of the word in context. 3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions,directions,notices,labels,messages, letters,passages,recounts, descriptions. 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. 4.8.1. Write simple sentences. GRAMMAR

on,in,under,near,below,above

SUB-TOPIC PLANTS AND FLOWERS UNIT 6-Splashes of Colours OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a.talk,read and write about colours and how they relate to people and animals. b. identify and name colours c.read a poem and talk about it d. Match the words correctly. e. write simple and compound sentences. f. use preposition correctly

SENTENCE PATTERNS I see the trees of green and brown. I sees the seas and skies of bliue. I see people passing by. The beautiful colours of the amazing rainbow. VOCABULARY turquoise,indigo,magenta,pink, cool colours,pestle colours,coloured,

MORAL VALUES Love for nature Creativity

SOURCES textbook pages 62/63/64/65/74

SOUND SYSTEM Prefixes/suffixes discoloured-beautiful-colourful-wonderful-

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 15 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2. Listen to and group words according to the same middle sounds. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details. 2.1.3. Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonation. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, building, etc. 2.6.6. Tell simple stories. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures. 3.8.3. Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to : - main ideas - details 3.9.2 Read and give details about people and animals in the story. 4.2.2. Complete the texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by expanding on words given. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. SOUND SYSTEM Voiced and voiceless 'th'. Voiced /th/ - the, thee, there Voiceless /th/ - thing, thank, think GRAMMAR Similes as red as blood as black as coal as cool as a cucumber as busy as a bee as brave as a lion SENTENCE PATTERNS The ptarmigan is a type of bird. Some turtles have flat and smooth shells with designs that look like peebles. The twig insect has the same colour as a stick. VOCABULARY ptarmigan,gecko,chameleon, camouflage,moulting,river bed, predators,moth,disguise,threatened MORAL VALUES Respect and love. For plants and animals

SUB-TOPIC ANIMALS / INSECTS Unit6- Splashes of Colours OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a.talk,read and write about colours and how they relate to animals. b.read a text and answer comprehension questions. c.make animal jigsw card d. ask questions to gather information. e.use similes correctly. f. read and complete sentences g. listen and say words with the sounds o as in top and torn

SOURCES textbook pages 66/67/71/72

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 16 THEME World of Stories SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.3. Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details. 1.7.1. Listen to stories, fables and legends and give the names of people, animals and places. 2.1.3. Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamations with the correct stress and intonation. 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, building, etc. 2.6.6. Tell simple stories. 3.3.1. Read and understand phrases by matching phrases to pictures. 3.8.3. Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to : - main ideas - details 3.9.3 Read and talk about the actions of people and animals in a story read. 4.2.2. Complete the texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.1. Form sentences and questions by expanding on words given. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. SOUND SYSTEM Voiced and voiceless 'th'. Voiced /th/ - the, thee, there Voiceless /th/ - thing, thank, think GRAMMAR Prepositions among,against,at,up, down,through next to,along,beside

SUB-TOPIC

ANIMALS / INSECTS Unit6- Splashes of Colours By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. read and write the story using notes. b. read and respond to a story. c.read a dailogue and talk about it d. use prepositions correctly. e. match sentences to pictures. d. ask questions to gather information. e.read a text and answer comprehension questions.

The house is next to an enourmous tree. We have to go across the field and walk along the river. I see someone among the bushes. VOCABULARY appeared,kindness,exicted,haunted, enourmous,figure,eerie,sprinkles school janitor MORAL VALUES Kindness Bravery

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 17 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS GRAMMAR Adjectives Idioms

1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: v. initial blends SUB-TOPIC 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and paying attention to pronunciation, stress and Beautiful World intonation correctly. 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sounds OBJECTIVES v. initial blends 2.1.2 Pronounce 3- and 4-syllable words correctly By the end of this week, pupils 2.2.2 Ask questions to seek information and clarification should be able to : 2.3.1. Name or identify things, persons, buildings, etc. 3.2.2. Read and learn the meaning of key words for each a. talk, read and write about buildings, places topic taught. and surroundings. 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by b. describe buildings, places and surroundings answering comprehension questions in relation to : c. read a diary entry and answer - main ideas comprehension questions - details d. ask for, listen to and give location of places 4.2.1. Complete simple instructions, descriptions with e. write an informal letter the missing words and simple phrases, with f. Write messages guidance. g. use comparatives and superlatives 4.2.3. Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information correctly from the texts. h. use idioms correctly 4.9.2. Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt. i. listen to and say words that start with thr 3.6.6 Use words to show comparison as in three, shr as in shrink and st as in street SOURCES Textbook pgs 75,76,77 SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends /thr/ /shr/ /st/

SENTENCE PATTERNS What is the tall building called?

VOCABULARY tower, minaret, architechture, dome, unique, ledge, skyscraper MORAL VALUES Patriotism

CCTS Describing Stating Listing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 18 THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS GRAMMAR Wh' questions and responses Adjectives Idioms

2.4.1 To make a telephone call for a purpose 2.4.2 To receive a call by understanding what is said and giving the relevant information. SUB-TOPIC 2.5.1 To take and give short messages to friends and family members. Beautiful World 3.7.1 Read and locate the vrequired word in the dictionary 3.7.2 Read and select the definition suited to the meaning OBJECTIVES of the word in the context. and give reasons. By the end of this week, pupils 3.8.3. Read and understand simple factual texts by should be able to : answering comprehension questions in relation to : - main ideas a. talk, read and write about buildings, places - details and surroundings. 4.1.1 Write words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible b. describe buildings, places and surroundings cursive writing c. read a diary entry and answer 4.2.1 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, comprehension questions rhymes with the missing words and simple phrases d. ask for, listen to and give location of places with guidance e. write an informal letter 4.3.2 Construct simple and compound sentences based on: f. Write messages - words and phrases given g. use comparatives and superlatives - on a picture stimulus correctly 4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on h. use idioms correctly - words and phrases i. listen to and say words that start with thr - on a picture stimulus as in three, shr as in shrink and st as in street SOURCES textbook pg 80 - 88 SOUND SYSTEM Initial Blends /thr/ /shr/ /st/

SENTENCE PATTERNS Kuala Lumpur is the most modern city in Malaysia.

VOCABULARY

fascinating, meaningful, flora and fauna, itinerary stunning, MORAL VALUES Patriotism Cooperation Cleanliness

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 19 20 SUB-TOPIC Environmental Issues OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk, read and write about environment issues b. read a text on the ecosystem answer comprehension questions c. write a formal letter d. write a slogan, in clear, legible cursive writing e. transfer information from texts to mind f. read and respond to a story g. use appropiate words and phrases to offer help h. use homographs in sentences i. Use conjunctions to join sentences j. Listen to and say words with different th sounds as in the and thin SOURCES textbook pg 89-94 THEME World of Knowledge World of Stories SPECIFICATIONS 1.1..1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds - vii voiced and voiceless 'th' 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts, and description heard 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details 2.1.1 Repeat words that contain the following sounds vii - voiced and voiceless 'th' 2.2.1 Ask questions to seek information 2.6.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropiate gesture 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by - answering comprehension questions - completing into transfer diagrams 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the context. 4.2.3 complete mind-maps, diagrams with information from texts 4.5.1 Write a simple guided letter to the class teacher explaining for example, why one was absent from school GRAMMAR Wh' questions and responses Simple present tense

SENTENCE PATTERNS Earthquakes, floods and fires started by lightning are natural disasters.

VOCABULARY environment, barren, shelter, ecosystem, absorb, nature, disaster, resposibility, curb, land clearing, habitat, silt MORAL VALUES Love for the environment Cleanliness Resposibility

SOUND SYSTEM Voiced and voiceless /th/

CCTS Comparing Contrasting Listing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 21 22 SUB-TOPIC Environmental Issues OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk, read and write about environment issues b. read a text on the ecosystem answer comprehension questions c. write a formal letter d. write a slogan, in clear, legible cursive writing e. transfer information from texts to mind f. read and respond to a story g. use appropiate words and phrases to offer help h. use homographs in sentences i. Use conjunctions to join sentences j. Listen to and say words with different th sounds as in the and thin SOURCES texbook pg 95 -102 THEME World of Story World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.1. Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and give the main ideas and supporting ideas. 2.6.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropiate gestures. 2.7.1 Name the good and bad characters and tell why they are good or bad 2.7.4 Talk about the values explored in the stories 2.8.2 Relate the story to one's life 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively 3.6.3 Read and distinguish homographs 3.7.1 Read and locate the required word in the dictionary 3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to: - main ideas and details 4.2.2. Complete the above texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.6.2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. GRAMMAR Conjunction Homograph Modals

SENTENCE PATTERNS I will throw the rubbish into the dustbin. I can help repair the steps. The smell from the landfill in our area was unbearable, so people started moving out. VOCABULARY pump house, treatment plant, purified, thunderous, slither, volunteers, watch, minute, well, rose MORAL VALUES loving kindness cleanliness cooperation CCTS Describing

SOUND SYSTEM voiced and voiceless /th/

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 23 24 SUB-TOPIC Exchanging Messages OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk, read and write about human and animal communications b. read an article and answer comprehension questions c. write on advantages an d disadvantages of using mobile phones d. use simple present tense e. use adjectives in sentences f. Use appropiate words and phrases to show apppreciation g. use proverbs in sentences h. listen to and say words with the correct stress THEME World of Knowledge SPECIFICATIONS 1.5.2. Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and give the main ideas and supporting ideas. 2.2.1 Ask 'wh' questions to seek information 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught 3.7.1 Read and locate the required words in the dictionary 3.8.2 scan for specific information in texts 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to: main ideas and details 4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information from the texts in the story. 4.2.2. Complete the above texts with the missing word(s), without any guidance. 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.7.1 Write simple directions and messages with guidance 4.9.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized 4.9.2 Take dictation of paragraphs given to be learnt GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense Adjectives

SENTENCE PATTERNS Email is a short form for electronic mail. Morse code is a method for sending out messages.

VOCABULARY Communication, invented, developed, hieroglypics, Morse code, devices,email, telegraph, battlefields, unique nectar, waggle, vigorous MORAL VALUES Be sensitve to others Caring

SOURCES textbook pg 103-108

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CCTS Describing

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 25 26 SUB-TOPIC Exchanging Messages OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk, read and write about human and animal communications b. read an article and answer comprehension questions c. write on advantages an d disadvantages of using mobile phones d. use simple present tense e. use adjectives in sentences f. Use appropiate words and phrases to show apppreciation g. use proverbs in sentences h. listen to and say words with the correct stress THEME World of Knowledge World of Self, Family and Friends SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions 2.1.2 Pronounce 3- and 4- syllable words correctly 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation 2.9 Perform a variety of functions in a social context 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught 3.4.1 Read aloud phrases and sentences, pronouncing them correctly 3.6.8 Build new words from a given word 3.6.9 Understand simple similes and proverbs 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to: - main ideas - details 4.2.1 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes with the missing words and simple phrases, with guidance 4.3.1 Form sentences and questions by expanding on words given 4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on: - words and phrasesgiven - on a picture stimulus. 4.3.3. Write paragraphs based on : - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. SOUND SYSTEM Stress in 3-syllable and 4-syllable words po'sition de'mocracy eco'nomical GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense Adjectives

SENTENCE PATTERNS Every morning, he wakes up early. There is an old wooden cupboard in the room.

VOCABULARY advanced, images, instant, inconsiderate, appreciation, disability, fascination, supervision MORAL VALUES Love for the environment Thankfulness

SOURCES textbook pgs 109 - 116

CCTS Making Interpretation Making Inferences Identifying Main Ideas

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 27 28 THEME World of Self, Family and Friends World of Stories World of Knowledge SUB-TOPIC Remarkable Achievers OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. Talk about a person's life, contributions and achievements b. Describe a person's life and achievement c. Read a biography and answer comprehension questions d read and understand cardinal and ordinal numbers e write a description of a person's life and achievements f. Use past tense of irregular verbs in sentences g. Use question tags correctly h. Use homophones correctly i. Use correct stress in statements and questions SOURCES SPECIFICATIONS 1.5.3. Listen to simple messages, announcements, news reports recounts and talk about them. 2.2.2 Ask 'wh' questions to seek information 2.3.1 Name or identify things, persons, buildings etc 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 3.8.2 Scan for specific information in texts 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to: - main ideas - details 4.2.2 Complete the above texts with the missing word(s) without any guidance 4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on: - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.8.1 Compose stories and poems with guidance 4.8.2 Compose stories and poems with little or no guidance 4.10.1 Use capital letters, coma, full stop, apostrophe, and exclaimation marks when writing - words and phrases, - on a picture stimulus. 4.6.1. Write simple guided descriptions. GRAMMAR Wh' questions Simple Past Tense Pronouns

SENTENCE PATTERNS P.Ramlee was born ……. He learned to ………. What do you know about him?

VOCABULARY wounded, secretly, imprisoned paralysed, tortured, courage, Japanese occupation, compose, attain, racism dying poor, non-violent MORAL VALUES Caring Thankfulness Patriotism

SOUND SYSTEM

CCTS Making Interpretation Making Inferences Identifying Main Ideas

textbook pgs 117 to 120

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 29 30 THEME World of Self, Family and Friends World of Stories World of Knowledge SUB-TOPIC Remarkable Achievers OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. Talk about a person's life, contributions and achievements b. Describe a person's life and achievement c. Read a biography and answer comprehension questions d read and understand cardinal and ordinal numbers e write a description of a person's life and achievements f. Use past tense of irregular verbs in sentences g. Use question tags correctly h. Use homophones correctly i. Use correct stress in statements and questions SOURCES SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on cardinal number: Scope: 71 - 100 - numbers in tens up to 1000 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: Scope first-thirty-first (1st-31st) 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts, news reports and factual texts and give the main ideas and supporting details 2.2.3 Ask questions with question tags 2.2.4 Responding to such questions 2.3.3 Understand cardinal numbers 2.3.6 Understand ordinal numbers 2.7.2 Talk about the place in the story 2.7.3 Talk about the events in the story 2.7.4 Talk about the values in the story 3.6.4 Read and distinguish homophones 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to: - main ideas - details 4.2.3 Complete mind-maps, diagrams with information from the texts 4.3.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on: - words and phrases given - on a picture stimulus SOUND SYSTEM Stress in questions Stress in statements GRAMMAR Simple Past Tense Irregular Verbs Question Tags irregular Verbs

SENTENCE PATTERNS The class is on Friday, isn't it? Yesterday, my family and I went …………..

VOCABULARY determined, protested, inequality, influence, unity, mentaL strength, intensive, familiarise expedition, conquer MORAL VALUES Patriotism Thankfulness caring

CCTS Making Interpretation Making Inferences Identifying Main Ideas

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 31 THEME World of Story World of Self, Family and Friends SUB-TOPIC Growing Pains OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk, read and write about the right values b. sing a song and pick out the values in the song c. read letters and write suitable answers d. read a story and answer comprehension questions e. read and respond to a story f. use methapors correctly g. use 'wh' questions and modals correctly. h. listen to and say words with the silent letters g as in reign and b as in comb SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions, and exclaimation with the correct stress and intonation 2.2.1 Ask 'wh' questions to seek information. 2.2.2. Ask questions to seek information and clarification. 2.3.2. To refute statements. 2.6.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropiate gestures. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple and compound sentences by interpreting pronoun forms 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively. 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the context 3.8.1 Read and understand different texts such as instructions, directions, notices, labels, messages, letters, passages, recounts, descriptions. 4.6.2 Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. 4.7.2 Writing simple directions and messages with little or no guidance. GRAMMAR Simple Present Tense Simple Past Tense Wh' questions

SENTENCE PATTERNS I have a brother who is a special child. Hi! I'm Piri.

VOCABULARY peer pressure, bullying, honesty, sibling rivalry,arcade frown, motivational course, anxious, decision MORAL VALUES Honesty Thankfulness Loving Caring CCTS Making Interpretation Making Inferences Identifying Main Ideas

SOURCES textbook pgs 131 - 136

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 32 33 SUB-TOPIC Growing Pains OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk, read and write about the right values b. sing a song and pick out the values in the song c. read letters and write suitable answers d. read a story and answer comprehension questions e. read and respond to a story f. use methapors correctly g. use 'wh' questions and modals correctly. h. listen to and say words with the silent letters g as in reign and b as in comb THEME World of Story World of Self, Family and Friends SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words that contain the following sounds: iv. Silent letters 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions 1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in stories, recounts and descriptions heard. 1.7.6 Listen to stories, fables and legends and share feelings about the stories, fables and legends heard 2.1.3 Say aloud phrases, expressions and exclamation with the correct stress and intonation 2.2.2 Ask questions to seek information 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic 3.3.3 Read and understand paragraphs by: - answering comprehension questions - completing into transfer diagrams 3.4.1 Read aloud phrases and sentences, pronouncing them correctly 4.3.2 Form sentences and questions by: - matching sentence halves and - expanding on words given 4.6.2 Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance GRAMMAR Interrogative pronouns Modals Wh' questions

SENTENCE PATTERNS The boy often apes his brother. Which one went into the garage?

VOCABULARY both, garden, money paper, together, why, sure, boatman MORAL VALUES co-operation helpfulness politeness

SOURCES textbook pgs 137 - 144 /b/

SOUND SYSTEM Silent ;letters /g/

CCTS Identifying details

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YEARLY PLAN SCHEME OF WORK WEEK 34 35 SUB-TOPIC A Day to Remember OBJECTIVES By the end of this week, pupils should be able to : a. talk, read and answer questions based on various stimuli b. use different language functions c. answer comprehension questions based on a poster d. write comp[ositions based on pictures e. say words correctly THEME World of Self, Family and Friends World of Stories SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.2 Listen to and group words accoding to the same beginning, middle or ending sounds 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat chants, poems, rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly 1.5.3 Listen to simple messages, annopuncements, news reports, recounts and talk about them 2.2.2 Ask questions to seek information and clarification 2.6.1 Recite simple poems and jazz chants with expression and appropiate gestures. 3.1.3 Read and group words according to beginning, medial or final sounds 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs by: - answering comprehension questions - completing into transfer diagrams 3.8.4 Read and understand cause and effect relationship 4.2.1 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes with the missing words and simple phrases with guidance 4.3.2 Construct simple sentencesd and compound sentences based on: - words and phrases given - on a picture stimulus 4.3.3 Write paragraphs based on - words and phrases given - on a picture stimulus 4.8.3 Create greeting cards and posters SOUND SYSTEM Words that rhyme green - bean hair - fair GRAMMAR Simple Past Tense Future Tense

SENTENCE PATTERNS I will choose ……. Because it has ………. The fisherman lived in a small village.

VOCABULARY nutritious, fattening, junk, spicy, frozen, farewell, package, crumbling, proceed, damaged, shelter, capsized MORAL VALUES caring kindness

SOURCES textbook pgs 145 - 154

CCTS Describing

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