Yearly Plan 2012 for English Year 4 SJK (T) Jenjarom

Month / Date Unit / Theme / Topic Curriculum Specification Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words with: c) initial digraphs ‘wh’ Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: c) initial digraphs ‘wh’ 2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. 2.3.1 Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. 2.7.3 To ask help from friends. 2.7.4 To respond to someone asking for help. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: c) initial digraphs ‘wh’ 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: c) initial digraphs ‘wh’ 3.1.4 Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. 3.2.1 Recognise whole words. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. Writing 4.2.2 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.1 Form simple sentences by arranging words. 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.7.1 Use full stops for initials. Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Listen to and read a poem - Ask help from friends - Respond to someone asking for help - Read and understand a text - Write your initials - Say a chant with the ‘wh’ sound Language Contents Grammar • Possessive adjectives: my, her, his, our, their • Apostrophe to show possession Vocabulary • Aunt, uncle, cousin, son, daughter, eldest, twin, blouse, skirt, dress, shirt, trousers, jeans, shorts, both, who, whole, niece, nephew. Sound system • Initial diagraphs wh / Moral value • Love • Respect • Cleanliness

January
Week 1 4/1/2012 – 6/1/2012 Week 2 9/1/2012 – 13/1/2012

Unit
1

World of self

Theme

Topic
Week 3 16/1/2012 – 20/1/2012 Living in Harmony

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words with: b) final consonants ‘l’ and ‘p’ 1.3.3 Listen to more words and point to the pictures. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: b) final consonants ‘l’ and ‘p’ 2.1.3 Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. 2.5.1 Name the people or animals in the story heard or read. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: b) final consonants ‘l’ and ‘p’ 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: b) final consonants ‘l’ and ‘p’ 3.2.1 Recognise whole words. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in stories. (e.g. number, size.) 4.2.2 4.3.1 4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.5.3 4.6.1 4.6.2 Writing Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. Match phrases to pictures. Complete missing letters in texts. Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). Completing simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. Spell words that are given to be memorized. Apply spelling rules: words ending in -ss, -sh, add –es.

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Name and talk about the occupations of people - Match words and sentences to pictures - Write sentences based on the pictures - Read and respond to a story. - Say a chant with the ‘p’ and ‘l’ sounds

February
Week 4 23/1/2012 – 27/1/2012 (Chinese New Year) Week 5
30/1/2012 – 3/2/2012

Unit
2

Language Contents Grammar • Personal pronoun: He and she • Subject-verb agreement Vocabulary • Garbage collector, postman, delivers, greengrocer, hawker, dentist, engineers, construction site, bread vendor, tailor, police, singer, nurse, shop assistant, mechanic, pilot, fishmonger, farmer, plumber, food stall, beach, quarelling Sound system • Final consonants ‘l’ and ‘p’ Moral value • Respect • Honest • Courtesy • Consideration

Theme
World of stories

Topic
What’s My Line? Week 6
6/2/2012 – 10/2/2012

13/2/2012 – 17/2/2012

Week 7

4.6.3 Take dictation of sentences given to be learnt. 4.7.1 Use full stops for initials. 4.8.1 Fill out forms accurately.

Month / Date 20/2/2012 – 24/2/2012

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words with: f) silent letters ‘t’ 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: 1st – 5th. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: f) silent letters ‘t’ 2.1.3 Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. 2.3.5 Give replies pertaining to ordinal numbers: 1st - 5th. . 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. 2.5.2 Give details about the people or animals in the story heard or read. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: f) silent letters ‘t’ 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: f) silent letters ‘t’ 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.6.5 Understand words that show comparison. - er + than ; -est 3.7.1 Read aloud simple poems. 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing 4.2.2 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.2.3 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures).

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Listen to and enjoy a song - Wish someone ‘Happy Birthday’ - Understand words that show comparison - Write sentences - Read a poem with the silent ‘t’

Week 8

Unit
3

Week 9
27/2/2012 – 2/3/2012

Theme
World of stories

Language Contents Grammar • The comparative form and superlative form: hot, hotter, hottest, cold, colder, coldest Vocabulary • Birthday, calendar, candles, carrot, come, friends, gifts, happy, magic, whistle, Happy Birthday, Thanks, welcome, first, second, third, fourth, fifth, big, bigger, biggest, tall, taller, tallest, bake, baked, help, helped, wish, wished, Sound system • silent ‘t’ Moral value • Friendliness • Generosity • Courtesy • Gratitude

March
Week 10
5/3/2012 – 9/3/2012

Topic
Many Happy Returns

• Politeness • Thankfulness • Respect for friends • Respect for time

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words with: a) initial vowels ‘e’ 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) initial vowels ‘e’ 2.1.3 Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. 2.3.1 Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) initial vowels ‘e’ 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) initial vowels ‘e’ 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Read and respond to a story - Match sentences to pictures - Complete sentences - Read a poem with the ‘e’ sound.

Week 11
12/3/2012 16/3/2012 (Mid semester break)

Unit
4

Language Contents Grammar • Preposition: on, beside, under and behind • Nouns Vocabulary • Dangerous, easy, easel, eager, knife, sharp, iron, careful, rules, kitchen, painful, ointment, road safety, campaign, cotton wool, wound, bandage, fasten, traffic rules, road signs, pedestrian, crossing, bus stop, ladder, toolbox, dragon, accidentally, watering can, flower pots,

Theme
Week 12
19/3/2012 – 23/3/2012

World of self

Week 13
26/3/2012 – 30/3/2012

Take Care

Topic

April
Week 14
2/4/2012 – 6/4/2012

stories. (e.g. number, size.) 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. Match phrases to pictures. Match words to signs. Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.2.3 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.5.3

Sound system • Initial vowels ‘e’ Moral value • Caring • Safety • Friendliness • Obedience

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.5.1 Listen Listen Listen Listen to to to to and and and and Listening repeat words with: e) final digraphs ‘ph’ identify the different types of letter sounds. group words according to the same sounds enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. final

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Listen and read a poem - Read and understand a letter - Write sentences about the pictures - Make words from a big word - Read a telephone conversation with the ‘ph’ sound

Unit
5 Week 15
9/4/2012 – 13/4/2012

Language Contents Grammar • Simple past tense Vocabulary • Orphanage, old folks home, animals’ home, irregular verbs – began, knew, sang, wrote, swam. Gave, found, took, left, went, drove, came Sound system • final digraphs ‘ph’ Moral value • Caring • Love • Cleanliness

Theme
World of stories

Week 16
16/4/2012 – 20/4/2012

Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: e) digraphs ‘ph’ 2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. 2.3.1 Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: e) final digraphs ‘ph’ 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.5 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognise whole words. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words).

Try a Little Kindness

Topic

Week 17
23/4/2012 –

27/4/2012

3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 3.6.1 Recognise and make words from big words. 3.6.3 Understand words opposite in meaning. 3.7.1 Read aloud simple poems. 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing 4.2.3 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.6.3 Take dictation of sentences given to be learnt. Curriculum Specification 1.1.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.2 1.5.1 1.7.1 Listen to Listen to Listen to Listen to Listen to Listen to verbally. Listening and repeat words with: e) final digraphs ‘ch’ and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. and repeat simple rhymes. and understand the numbers 26-30. and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. simple short stories and fairy tales and respond non-

• Gratitude

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Talk about food you like or dislike - Spell numbers 26 to 35 - Read and write numbers 26 to 35 - Write sentences on how to keep clean - Read a dialogue with the ‘ch’ sound

May
Week 18
30/4/2012 – 4/5/2012 (1st May – Labour Day)

Unit
6

Language Contents Grammar • Countable nouns: • Uncountable nouns Vocabulary • Knees, apples, thirty, twentysix, twentyseven, twentyeight, twentynine, thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-three, three-four, thirty-five, bananas, cabbage, carrots, coffe, bowl, bottle,

Week 19
7/5/2012 – 11/5/2012

World of knowledge

Theme

Week 20
14/5/2012 – 18/5/2012

Topic
Healthy Living

Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: e) final digraphs ‘ch’ 2.1.3 Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. 2.3.1 Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. 2.3.2 Understand numbers in stories and situations: 26- 30. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.3.4 Understand and respond in relevant situations and stories pertaining to numbers: - 31-35, - numbers in tens: 10-30, adding and subtracting numbers.

2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. 3.1.1 3.1.3 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.4.1 3.4.3 3.5.1 3.6.4 3.7.1 3.8.3 4.1.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.4.2 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.6.1 Month / Date Unit / Theme / Topic Reading Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: e) final digraphs ‘ch’ Read aloud words that have the following sounds: e) final digraphs ‘ch’ Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). Read and understand simple paragraphs. Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. Understand words of similar meaning. Read aloud simple poems. Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear legible cursive writing. Write clearly and legibly numerals 26-35 in both number and word forms. Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. Spell words that are given to be memorized. Curriculum Specification Listening to and repeat words with: initial vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’ to and understand simple instructions to make things. to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. Sound system • final digraphs ‘ch’ Sentence patterns • What do you like to do? Moral value • Cleanliness • Preparation to real world • Moderation • Fairness • Caring for oneself and environment • Helpfulness • Importance of physical strength • Caring for one’s health

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Ask for and give information - Read a text on Teacher’s Day - Complete text with missing words - Write a text - Read a poem with the ‘o’ and ‘a’ sounds

Week 21
21/5/2012 – 25/5/2012

Unit
7

1.1.1 Listen a) 1.4.1 Listen 1.5.1 Listen

Week 22
28/5/2012 – 1/6/2012 (Semester

Theme
World of stories

Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) initial vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’ 2.1.3 Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information.

Language Contents Grammar • Demonstrative pronoun: this, that, these, those • Uncountable noun • adjectives Vocabulary • leaves, stalks, strawberries, celebration,

break)

2.3.1 Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences.

assembly, awesome, awfully Sound system • initial vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’ Moral value • Appreciation • Cooperation • Hardworking • Initiative • Respect

Week 23
4/6/2012 – 8/6/2012 (Semester break)

Happy Teacher’s Day

Topic

Week 24
11/6/2012 – 15/6/2012

Week 25
18/6/2012 – 22/6/2012

Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) initial vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’ 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) initial vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’ 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.6.4 Understand words of similar meaning. 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. Match phrases to pictures. Match words to signs. Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.3 Completing simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.2.3 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.4.2

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words with: d) medial digraphs ‘ph’ 1.1.2 Listen to and identify the different types of letter sounds ‘l’ and ‘p’ 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the neighbourhood. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes.

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Listen to and follow directions - Name and categorize transport - Talk about locations

Unit
Week 26
25/6/2012 – 29/6/2012

8

Language Contents Grammar • Prepositions: outside, inside, below, above, next to, near, across • Singular noun • Plural noun

July
Week 27
2/7/2012 – 6/7/2012

Theme
World of knowledge
2.1.1 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3.1 2.3.3 2.5.3 2.6.3

Week 28
9/7/2012 – 13/7/2012

Topic
Out and About

Speaking Pronounce words that have the following sounds: d) medial digraphs ‘ph’ Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. Ask questions to get information. Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. Talk about personal experiences. Name the good and bad characters in the story and talk a little about them. Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story.

and directions - Write about locations and directions - Read a poem with the ‘ph’ sound

Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: d) medial digraphs ‘ph’ 3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: d) medial digraphs ‘ph’ 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.2 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. 3.6.2 Give words according to categories. 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing 4.1.1 Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing: small letters, capital letters and combination of small and capital letters. 4.2.2 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.3 Completing simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.6.2 Apply spelling rules: words ending in -ss, -sh, add –es. Curriculum Specification

Vocabulary • Bus, car, lorry, ship, motorcycle, aeroplane, helicopter, ferry, taxi, bicycle, train, can, drive, jeep, fly, sail, row, stadium, factory Sound system • medial digraphs ‘ph’ Moral value • Cleanliness • Courtesy • Honesty • Friendliness

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Learning Outcome

Language Contents

July
Week 29
16/7/2012 – 20/7/2012

Unit
9

Listening 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of simple 3-syllable words. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. 1.7.3 Listen to fairy tales, fables, and short stories and answer simple questions on the people and animals of the story, and the place of the story. Speaking 2.1.2 Pronounce 3-syllable words correctly. 2.1.3 Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. 2.1.4 Ask questions with the correct intonation. 2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. 2.2.2 Ask questions to get information. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.3 Complete parts of a story heard before. 2.7.1 Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. Reading 3.1.4 Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. 3.2.1 Recognise whole words. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.7.1 Read aloud simple poems. 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in stories. (e.g. number, size.) Writing 4.2.3 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts.

Week 30
23/7/2012 – 27/7/2012

World of knowledge

Theme

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Say 3-syllable words - Recite a poem - Read and understand texts about festivals - Write sentences using ‘and’ and ‘because’ - Write a short composition

Grammar • Conjunctions: and & because • Compound sentence • Asking questions: When, what, how, where Vocabulary • Selamat Hari Raya, Happy Deepavali, Merry Christmas, celebrate, dawn, emperor, favourite, lanterns, Sound systems • 3-syllable words Moral value • Love • Friendliness • Respect • Being goodhearted • Thankfulness • Appreciation of other cultures

August
Week 32
6/8/2012 – 10/8/2012 (6th August – Nuzul Quran)

Festive Cheer

Topic

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification 1.1.1 Listen d) 1.2.3 Listen 1.5.1 Listen Listening to and repeat words with: medial digraphs ‘ir’ to and repeat simple rhymes. to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes.

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Listen and read a poem - Read and understand simple paragraphs - Read a story - Understand words opposite in meaning - Write sentences with the missing words - Read a rhyme with the ‘ir’ sound

Unit
Week 33
13/8/2012 – 17/8/2012

10

Language Contents Grammar • Simple present tense Vocabulary • Water droplets, water vapour, rainy, sunny, cloudy, windy, stormy, rain, sun, cloud, thunder, lightning, rainbow, drizzle, band Sound system • medial digraphs ‘ir’ Moral value

Week 34
20/8/2012 – 24/8/2012 (Mid-term break)

World of knowledge

Theme

Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: d) medial digraphs ‘ir’ 2.2.1 Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. 2.3.3 Talk about personal experiences. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. 2.6.1 Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. 2.6.2 Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. 2.6.3 Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: d) medial digraphs ‘ir’ 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: d) medial digraphs ‘ir’ 3.2.1 Recognise whole words. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.3 Understand words opposite in meaning. 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in stories. (e.g. number, size.) 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing 4.2.3 Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.3 Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized. 4.6.3 Take dictation of sentences given to be learnt.

27/8/2012 – 31/8/2012 (Independence Day)

Week 35

Rain and Shine

Topic

• Love

• Nature • Cooperation • Patriotism

Septembe r
Week 36
3/9/2012 – 7/9/2012

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words with: f) silent letters ‘h’ 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. 2.1.1 Speaking Pronounce words that have the following sounds: f) silent letters ‘h’ Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. Ask questions to get information. Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. Talk about personal experiences. Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full.

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Tell the time - Talk about scenery - Read and understand texts about nature - Complete a table - Write sentence using ‘or’ and ‘so’ - Read a poem with the silent ‘h’

Language Contents

Week 37
10/9/2012 – 14/9/2012

Unit
11

Grammar • Conjunctions: or
& so

Vocabulary
• Rainforests, bird watching, jungle trekking, fishing, canopy, heir, heiress, heirloom, hourglass, wonderful, tapir, insects, butterflies, tiger, snake, mammals

17/9/2012 – 21/9/2012 (Replacement off day for Malaysia Day on 17th)

Week 38

World of knowledge

Theme

2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3.1 2.3.3 2.4.2

I Love Nature Week 39
24/9/2012 – 28/9/2012

Topic

Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: f) silent letters ‘h’ 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.6.2 Give words according to categories. 3.6.4 Understand words of similar meaning. 3.7.1 Read aloud simple poems. 3.8.2 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within the text. 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. Writing 4.2.2 Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. 4.3.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts.

Sound system • silent letters ‘h’ Moral value
• Appreciation • Patriotism • Care for environment • Punctuality • Caring • Love and care

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification Listening 1.7.2 Respond verbally. 2.5.1 2.5.2 Speaking Name the people or animals in the story heard or read. Give details about the people or animals in the story heard or read. Name the good and bad characters in the story and talk a little about them. Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story.

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Respond to stories - Describe the characters in a story - Match sentences - Read and understand stories - Write a short paragraph

Language Contents

October
Week 40
1/10/2012 – 5/109/2012

Unit
12

Grammar • Interrogative

pronouns – why • Conjunctions – because • Adjectives

Theme
Week 41
8/10/2012 – 12/10/2012

2.5.3 2.6.2 2.6.3

Vocabulary
• Forests, town, fence, field, burrow, unwilling, harvest, grains, paddy, rice mill, porridge, kind, unkind, hardworking, lazy, helpful, jealous, angryupset

World of stories

Week 42
15/10/2012 – 19/10/2012

Story Time

Topic

Reading 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in stories. (e.g. number, size.) 3.8.2 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within the text. 3.9.1 Read widely at one’s own pace according to one’s interest. Writing 4.4.3 Completing simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts.

Moral value
• • • • • • • • • • • • Diligence Kindness Honesty Empathy Friendliness Self-reliance Helpfulness Loyalty Friendship Patriotism Wisdom Caring

Month / Date

Unit / Theme / Topic

Curriculum Specification 1.1.1 Listen a) c) e) 1.5.1 Listen 1.6.2 Listen 1.6.3 Listen Listening to and repeat words with: initial vowels b) final consonants initial digraphs d) medial digraphs final digraphs f) silent letters to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. to simple texts and recall details. to simple texts and tell what the text is about.

Learning Outcome At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Ask and answer politely - Give and follow instructions - Write a message

Language Contents

Week 43
22/10/2012 – 26/10/2012 (Hari Raya Aidil Adha on 26th)

Unit
13

Vocabulary
• News, shows, dramas, documentaries, pier, vehicle, rat, ox, tiger, snake, horse, goat,

29/10/2012 – 2/11/2012

Week 44

World of knowledge

Theme

Week 45
5/11/2012 – 9/11/2012 School holiday 10/11/2012 – 2/1/2013

Looking Back

Topic

Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) initial vowels b) final consonants c) initial digraphs d) medial digraphs e) final digraphs f) silent letters 2.1.3 Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. 2.3.1 Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. 2.4.2 Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) initial vowels b) final consonants c) initial digraphs d) medial digraphs e) final digraphs f) silent letters 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.7.1 Read aloud simple poems. 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in stories. (e.g. number, size.) 3.8.1 Scan for specific information in texts: letters, words, numbers. 3.8.2 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within the text.

Moral value
• • • • Friendliness Diligence Love and care Love for knowledge • Thankfulness • Helpfulness

Writing 4.3.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.3 Completing simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). 4.5.1 Form simple sentences by arranging words. 4.5.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. 4.6.1 Spell words that are given to be memorized.

Template

January
Week 1
4/1/2012 – 6/1/2012 Week 2 9/1/2012 – 13/1/2012 Week 3 16/1/2012 – 20/1/2012

Unit 1

Theme World of self

Topic Living in Harmony

Week 4 23/1/2012 – 27/1/2012 (Chinese New Year)

Listening 1.1.1 Listen to and repeat words with: a) initial vowels b) final consonants c) initial digraphs d) medial digraphs e) final digraphs f) silent letters 1.1.2 Listen to and identify the different types of letter sounds. 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of simple 3-syllable words. 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 1.2.3 Listen to and repeat simple rhymes. 1.3.1 Listen to and understand key words in stories. 1.3.2 Listen to and understand the numbers 26-30. 1.3.3 Listen to more words and point to the pictures. 1.3.4 Listen to and understand information based on numbers. Scope: 31-35 - numbers in tens : 10-30 - when the numbers are added and subtracted. 1.3.5 Listen to and understand ordinal numbers: 1st – 5th. 1.4.1 Listen to and understand simple instructions to make things. 1.4.2 Listen to and follow simple directions to places in the neighbourhood. 1.5.1 Listen to and enjoy children’s songs and rhymes. 1.6.1 Listen to and understand simple announcements. 1.6.2 Listen to simple texts and recall details. 1.6.3 Listen to simple texts and tell what the text is about. 1.7.1 Listen to simple short stories and fairy tales and respond nonverbally. 1.7.2 Respond verbally. 1.7.3 Listen to fairy tales, fables, and short stories and answer simple questions on the people and animals of the story, and the place of the story. Speaking 2.1.1 Pronounce words that have the following sounds: a) initial vowels b) final consonants c) initial digraphs d) medial digraphs

At the end of the unit, pupils will be able to: - Talk about likes and dislikes - Read and fill in a table - Write sentences - Write a composition - Solve a puzzle

Grammar • Punctuations: Commas (for listing), capital letters, full stops and question marks Vocabulary • Help, sorry, thank you, welcome, please, may Sound system • Initial blends cl / kl / Sentence patterns • Thank you • You’re welcome • I’m sorry • May I…? • Please… Moral value • Friendliness • Diligence • Love and care • Love for knowledge • Thankfulness • Helpfulness

2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

2.3.5 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.6.1 2.6.2 2.6.3 2.6.1 2.6.2 2.6.3 2.7.1 2.7.2 2.7.3 2.7.4

e) final digraphs f) silent letters Pronounce 3-syllable words correctly. Repeat phrases and expressions with the correct intonation and stress. Ask questions with the correct intonation. Ask ‘Wh’ questions to get information. Ask questions to get information. Name or identify objects, parts of the body, etc. Understand numbers in stories and situations: 26- 30. Talk about personal experiences. Understand and respond in relevant situations and stories pertaining to numbers: - 31-35 - numbers in tens: 10-30 - adding and subtracting numbers. Give replies pertaining to ordinal numbers: 1st - 5th. . Recite simple poems and chant nursery rhymes by joining in with words and phrases. Recite simple poems and chant rhymes in full. Complete parts of a story heard before. Name the people or animals in the story heard or read. Give details about the people or animals in the story heard or read. Name the good and bad characters in the story and talk a little about them. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. Give non-verbal response to the story heard or read. Say whether one likes or does not like the story heard or read. Give reasons why one likes or does not like the story. Talk about oneself to neighbours and friends. To request for specific objects in school when carrying out a task. To ask help from friends. To respond to someone asking for help.

Reading 3.1.1 Look at letters and say aloud the following sounds: a) initial vowels b) final consonants c) initial digraphs d) medial digraphs e) final digraphs f) silent letters

3.1.2 Identify letter shapes by their sounds. 3.1.3 Read aloud words that have the following sounds: a) initial vowels b) final consonants c) initial digraphs d) medial digraphs e) final digraphs f) silent letters 3.1.4 Read aloud 3-syllable words with the correct stress. 3.1.5 Compare words for similar and different sounds. 3.2.1 Recognise whole words. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of 5 key words for each topic taught. 3.2.3 Recognise and read aloud the numbers 26-30 in its numeral and word forms. 3.2.4 Learn another 5 key words for each topic and use these keywords in sentences of their own. 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases by matching simple phrases to pictures. 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences (4-6 words). 3.3.3 Read and understand simple paragraphs. 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases correctly and with correct pronunciation. 3.4.2 Read aloud sentences in simple texts observing correct stress and intonation. 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently. 3.5.1 Understand the meaning of words by looking at the words before and after. 3.6.1 Recognise and make words from big words. 3.6.2 Give words according to categories. 3.6.3 Understand words opposite in meaning. 3.6.4 Understand words of similar meaning. 3.6.5 Understand words that show comparison. - er + than ; -est 3.7.1 Read aloud simple poems. 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people, animals and places in stories. (e.g. number, size.) 3.8.1 Scan for specific information in texts: letters, words, numbers. 3.8.2 Read and obtain meaning by making reference to words within the text. 3.8.3 Read and understand simple factual texts by answering comprehension questions in relation to main ideas, details. 3.9.1 Read widely at one’s own pace according to one’s interest. Writing 4.1.1 Copy letters of the alphabet in clear and legible cursive writing: - small letters

4.1.2 4.1.3 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.6.1 4.6.2 4.6.3 4.7.1 4.8.1

- capital letters - combination of small and capital letters. Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear legible cursive writing. Copy words in clear neat legible print for captions, labels, etc. Write clearly and legibly numerals 26-35 in both number and word forms. Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. Write words and phrases in clear and legible cursive writing. Write sentences in clear and legible cursive writing. Match phrases to pictures. Match words to signs. Complete missing letters in texts. Complete simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). Completing simple instructions and directions, descriptions, rhymes, notices, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture). Form simple sentences by arranging words. Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. Construct simple sentences independently by looking at a picture. Spell words that are given to be memorized. Apply spelling rules: words ending in -ss, -sh, add –es. Take dictation of sentences given to be learnt. Use full stops for initials. Fill out forms accurately. • •

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