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SEKOLAH MENENGAH AGAMA SAINS KUALA PIALAH

YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 2016


ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FORM 5
Prepared by,

Checked by,

(PN SHAZLINA BINTI MD ISA)


ENGLISH PANEL 2016.

HEAD OF ENGLISH PANEL 2016.


Verified by,

HEAD OF LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 2016.

YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 2016


ENGLISH LANGUAGE FORM 5
Week
1

Date
4 Jan 8 Jan

Theme
People

11 Jan 15 Jan

People

3
4

18 Jan 22 Jan
25 Jan 29 Jan

2Feb 5 Feb

8 Feb 12 Feb

16 Feb 20 Feb

8
9

22 Feb 26 Feb
29 Feb 4 Mac

10

7 Mac 11 Mac

11
12
13

21 Mac 25 Mac
28 Mac 1 April
4 April 8 April

14
15

11 April 15 April
18 April 22 April

16

26 April 29 April

17

3 May 6 May

People
Social Issues
Cuti Hari Thaipusam (25/1)
MesyuaratAgong PIBG (30/1)
Social Issues
Federal Territory Day (1/2)
Social Issues
Chinese New Year (8/2& 9/2),
CutiBerganti (10/2 12/2)
Social Issues
MerentasDesa (20/2)
Environment
Ujian 1 (29/2 4/3)
Keputusan SPM 2015 (3/3)
Health, People & Social Issues
Mid 1st Semester Holidays (12/3- 20/3)
Health, People & Social Issues
Science and Technology
Social Issues & People
Hari AnugerahCemerlang ( 9/4)
Environment
Environment
Sports Day (23/4)
Environment
CutiPeristiwa 2 (25/4)
Cuti Hari Pekerja (2/5)
Revision
Cuti IsrakdanMikraj ( 5/5)

Topic
Chapter 1 : You and Your
Personalities
Chapter 1 : You and Your
Personalities
Chapter 2 : Unsung Heroes
Chapter 3 : Youth Power

Literature
Dear Mr. Kilmer

Chapter 3 : Youth Power

Chapter 3

Chapter 4 : The Smart Consumer

Chapter 4

Chapter 5 : Its Raining Acid!

Chapter 5

Chapter 6 : Smoking The Silent


Killer
Chapter 7 : Self-Esteem
Chapter 8 : Transport Tomorrow
Chapter 9 : Striving For Safety

Chapter 6

Chapter 10 : Earths Fragile Future


Chapter 10 : Earths Fragile Future

Poem : Nature
Poem : Are You Still
Playing Your Flute?
Poem : Are You Still
Playing Your Flute?

Chapter 11 : What A Waste!


Revision

Introduction & Chapter


1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3

Chapter 7
Characters
Characters

Revision
2

18

9 May 13 May

Mid Year Examination (11/5 26/5)

19

16 May 20 May

20

23 May 27 May

21
22
23
24

28 May 12 June
13 June 17 June
20 June 24 June
27 June 1 July
4 July 8 July

25
26
27
28
29
30
31

11 July 15 July
18 July 22 July
25 July 29 July
1 Aug 5 Aug
8 Aug 12 Aug
15 Aug 19 Aug
22Aug 26 Aug

32
33

29 Aug 2 Sept
5 Sept 9 Sept
10 Sept 18 Sept

34
35

19 Sept 23 Sept
26 Sept 30 Sept

36

3 Oct 7 Oct

37

10 Oct 14 Oct

Mid Year Examination (11/5 26/5)


Hari Wesak (21/5)
Mid Year Examination (11/5 26/5)
Sambutan Hari Guru (27/5)
Mid Year School Holidays
Revision Of Examination Papers
Science and Technology
Environment
Social Issues, People & Environment
Cuti Berganti 3 (4/7)
Cuti Peristiwa 3 (16/7)
Cuti Hari Raya Puasa (6/7 & 7/7 )
Social Issues, People & Environment
People & Social Issues
Revision
Revision
Revision
Revision
SPM Trial (22/8 09/9)
National Day (31/8)
SPM Trial (22/8 09/9)
SPM Trial (22/8 09/9)
Mid 2nd Semester Holidays
Hari Raya Qurban (12/9)
Cuti Hari Malaysia (16/9)
Revision
Revision
Hari
AnugerahCemerlangKokurikulum&Sahsia
h (28/9)
Revision
CutiAwal Muharram (3/10)
Revision
MajlisGraduasi (15/10)

Revision
Chapter 12 : Robot Friend or Foe?
Chapter 13 : Seas Of Oil

Revision
Moral Values
Moral Values

Chapter 14 : The Gracious Citizen


Chapter 15 : Your Career
Revision
Revision
Revision
Revision

Revision
Revision
Revision
Revision
Revision
Revision

Revision
Revision

Revision
Revision

Revision

Revision

Revision

Revision
3

38
39

17 Oct 21 Oct
24 Oct 28 Oct

40

31 Oct 4 Nov

41
42
43

7 Nov 11 Nov
14 Nov 18 Nov
21 Nov 25 Nov
26 Nov 31 Dis

Revision
Revision
Cuti Peristiwa 4 (28/10)
Hari Deepavali (29/10)
Revision
CutiBerganti 5
CutiBerganti 6
SPM Examination (7/11 6/12)
SPM Examination (7/11 6/12)
SPM Examination (7/11 6/12)
End Year School Holidays

Revision
Revision

Revision
Revision

Revision

Revision

YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK


ENGLISH LANGUAGE FORM 5
WEE
K

THEME/TOPIC

13

People
Chapter 1 :
You and Your
Personality
Chapter 2 :
Unsung Heroes

LEARNING OUTCOMES

SPECIFICATIONS

ACTIVITIES

EDUCATI
ONAL
EMPHAS
ES

i-THINK/
HOTS

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
a. introducing oneself
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, part events,
feelings, personal experiences
and understanding when others
talk about themselves
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
a. carrying out a variety of
language functions
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.

Level 1
i. Introducing oneself to a

friendly stranger and initiating


a conversation.

ii. Relating personal


experiences.
iv. Asking questions politely

and responding politely to


questions asked.
Level 2
v. Participating in a
conversation:

- explaining ones views


- accepting the view of others
- defending ones point of view
with reasons
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.

Talk about oneself


and experiences
Talk about
someone who has
inspired you
Ask and answer
questions and express
opinions about
someone

MI
MI
MI, Cx

Evaluation

Cx
Participate in a
conversation and
present ones view

Class and group


discussions

TS,
MI,
LHTL

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
5

2.1 Obtain information for


differentpurposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
b. interviewing and using
questionnaires
c. reading materials in print such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts.
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet
Level 2
iii. Interviewing people to get
more information on topics
under study

2.2 Process information by


a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas
b. extracting main ideas and
details

A. Processing texts listened to


by:
Level 1
i. Listening to a text and
recalling what the text is about
ii. Answering a variety of
questions to demonstrate
understanding of the text heard.
B. Processing texts read by:
iii. Scanning for details
vi. Using the dictionary to find
the meanings of words.
Level 2
viii. Identifying main ideas in
the text read.
ix. Listing important details.
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
xiv. Drawing conclusions

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. writing descriptions,

Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines
Level 2

Listen to a
conversation:
recall important
details
Read silently

MI

Interview someone MI,


PRW
who has had a
great influence on
you

Listen to a text:
note the important
details
Read and scan for
details

Identify main
ideas
Summarize
relevant points

Analysing
TS
TS

TS
LHTL

Application

TS

Make inferences

Make a mind map

LHTL
6

instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports, articles
g. summarizing the information

iv. Expanding notes and


outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
i. writing a description of a
person
ii. writing a narrative

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Introduction
- Chapter 1 & 2

Week
45

Social Issues
Chapter 3 :
Youth Power

LHTL

Expand notes and


outlines
LHTL

Write a description
of a person

Tell the sequence


of events
Discuss elements
of a novel
Discuss setting
and sequence of
events

LHTL

Take part in a
discussion

MI

Read an article or

MI

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in story
such as characters and setting
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
iv. Describing the setting of a
story.
v. Narrating the sequence of
events
vii. Making predictions as to
what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters
and values to ones life.

Flow Map

MI, Cx

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.

Level 1
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current

interest and exchanging ideas.


Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
a. carrying out a variety of
language functions
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.

newspaper report

Give opinions on
article read

LHTL,
MI

Level 1
ii. Asking one to think
about/decide on something
iii. Persuading someone not to
do something
Level 2
v. Participating in a
conversation:
- explaining ones views
- accepting the views of others
- defending ones point of view
with reasons.
vi. Making a decision based on
the agreement of all members
of a group.

Persuade someone
not to do
something

MI

Exchange ideas
about activities
carried out by
youths

Cx, Cs,
MI

Level 3
vii. Responding to problem
page letters in the newspaper or
in popular magazines by first
discussing them and then
writing letters to the editor.

Write a letter to
the editor
LHTL

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and

Level 1,2 and 3


i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts

Listen to or read
an article

LHTL

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Chapter 3

multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.

ii. Reading silently a variety of


materials in print and from the
internet.

2.2 Process information by


a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas

B. Processing texts read by:


Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences

2.3 Present information to


different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
e. expanding notes and outlines

Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines

TS

Identify main
ideas
List the important
details

LHTL

LHTL,
MI

Level 3
ix. Writing responses to letters
in a newspaper

Making and
expanding notes
and outlines

Write responses to
letters in a
newspaper

Tell the sequence


of events
Discuss elements
of a novel
Discuss setting
and sequence of

Circle
Map
Tree Map

ML,L
HTL

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in story

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
iv. Describing the setting of a
story.
v. Narrating the sequence of
events

LHTL
MI, Cx
Analysing

such as characters and setting


d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs

Week
7

Social Issues
Chapter 4 :
The Smart
Consumer

vii. Making predictions as to


what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters
and values to ones life.

events

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, part events,
feelings, personal experiences
and understanding when others
talk about themselves
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.

1.3 Obtain goods and services

Level 1
ii. Relating personal
experiences
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.

Level 1
ii. Asking one to think
about/decide on something
iv. Asking about satisfaction
and expressing
satisfaction/dissatisfaction
Level 2
v. Participating in a
conversation:
- explaining one view
- accepting the views of others

Level 1

Holds discussions
on misleading
sales tactics
Relate feelings,
personal
experiences
Exchange ideas
and opinions on
consumerism
Listen to and
response to
complaints
Express
dissatisfaction or
make complaints
Express
satisfaction and
thanks about the
service
Role-play a

MI
MI,Cx
LHTL,
MI

Evaluation

MI,Cx,
LHTL

MI,ML
10

by
a. making enquiries and ordering
goods and services

i. Making enquiries after


reading the adverts column in
the newspaper/yellow pages
and identifying a number of
similar services and products

telephone
conversation
Write a dialogue

,
LHTL,
CCTS

Listen to a
dialogue and note
important details
Read an article

LHTL,
MI

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
c. discerning sequence of ideas
d. getting the explicit and implicit
meaning of the text
f. drawing conclusions

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

A. Processing texts listened to


by
Level 1
i. Listening to a text and
recalling what the text is about
iii. Answering a variety of
questions to demonstrate
understanding of the text heard
iv. Taking notes of the text
heard

Listen to a
dialogue and make
comparison
Understand
meaning from
context

CCTS
ML

B. Processing texts read by


Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
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text.
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiv. Drawing conclusions
2.3 Present information to
different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
e. expanding notes and outlines

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Chapter 4

Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vii. Writing a formal letter of
complaint

Skim and scan


material

CCTS

Identify main
ideas
List the important
details

CCTS
LHTL

Write a summary

Write a formal
letter of complaint

Analysing

LHTL,
MI,
ML
LHTL,
MI,
ML

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in story
such as characters and setting
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
iv. Describing the setting of a
story.
v. Narrating the sequence of
events
vii. Making predictions as to
what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters
and values to ones life.

Tell the sequence


of events
Discuss elements
of a novel
Discuss setting
and sequence of
events

LHTL
MI, Cx
Analysing

12

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively by
a. dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters
Week
8

Environment
Chapter 5 :
Its Raining Acid

Level 1
i. Dramatizing sections of a
text and role-playing
characters.

MI

Role-play

Take part in a
discussion on acid
rain

Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions

Listen to a
description: note
the important
details
Read silently

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
a. carrying out a variety of
language functions
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.

Level 1
i. Asking about ones
health/physical state.
ii. Asking one to think
about/decide on something.
iii. Persuading someone not to
do something.

Level 2
v. Participating in a
conversation:
- explaining ones views
- accepting the view of others
- defending ones point of view
with reasons

MI,Cx

MI,CC
TS,Cx

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
differentpurposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
b. interviewing and using
questionnaires

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet
Level 2

MI
ML

13

c. reading materials in print such


as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.

iii. Interviewing people to get


more information on topics
under study

2.2 Process information by


a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas
b. extracting main ideas and
details
i. interpreting non-linear texts
such as maps, charts, diagrams,
tables and graphs.
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas

B. Processing text read by:


Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
text
iii. Scanning for details

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports, articles.
d. presenting information in nonlinear forms including tables,
graphs, diagrams, charts, and
vice-versa
g. summarizing the information

Level 2
viii. Identifying main ideas in
the text read
ix. Listing important details
Level 3
xii. Identifying cause and
effect
Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vi. Writing a report on specific
topics.
ix. Presenting/Making the
speech

MI,
PRW

Interview the
public

Tree Map

Read and scan for


details

Identify main
ideas, understand
the meaning in
context

Identify cause and


effect
Make notes and
outlines
Summary

CCTS

CCTS

TS
LHTL

Multi Flow
Map
Analysing
Evaluating

ML,L
HTL
LHTL

Circle Map
Write an essay:
expand
information in a
flow chart
Power point
presentation

ML,
LHTL

Applying

ICT
14

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Chapter 5
Poem:
What Has
Happened to
Lulu

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in story
such as characters and setting
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively by
a. dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters
Week
10

Health
Chapter 6 :
Smoking - The
Silent Killer

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
iv. Describing the setting of a
story.
v. Narrating the sequence of
events
vii. Making predictions as to
what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters
and values to ones life.
Level 1
i. Dramatizing sections of a
text and role-playing
characters.

Tell the sequence


of events
Discuss elements
of a novel
Discuss setting
and sequence of
events

LHTL
MI, Cx
Creating

MI

Role-play

Talk about the


topic in general
and relate ones
experiences

MI

Read an article or
newspaper report

MI

Give opinions on

LHTL,
MI

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.

Level 1
ii. Relating personal
experiences
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.

15

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.
1.3 Obtain goods and services
by
a. making enquires

article read
Level 1
ii. Asking one to think
about/decide on something
iii. Persuading someone not to
do something
Level 2
ii. Comparing and contrasting
the information obtained and
deciding on a choice.

Persuade someone
not to do
something

MI

Compare and
contrast
information
obtained and
decide on a choice

Cx, Cs,
MI

Listen to a
conversation
Read a passage

LHTL

Skim and scan


material

CCTS

Identify main

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

B. Processing texts read by


Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
text.
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.

Applying
Analysing

CCTS
LHTL
16

ix. Listing the important details


Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
2.3 Present information to
different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
e. expanding notes and outlines
Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Chapter 6

ideas
List the important
details

Level 3
vi. Writing reports on specific
topics

Write a report on
Dangers of
Smoking

Tell the sequence


of events
Discuss elements
of a novel
Discuss setting
and sequence of
events

LHTL,
MI,
ML

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in story
such as characters and setting
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by
a. dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
iv. Describing the setting of a
story.
v. Narrating the sequence of
events
vii. Making predictions as to
what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters
and values to ones life.
Level 1
i. Dramatizing sections of a
text and role-playing
characters.

LHTL
MI, Cx
Creating

MI

Role-play

17

Week
11

Health, People
and Social
Issues
Chapter 7 :
Self-Esteem

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, part events,
feelings, personal experiences
and understanding when others
talk about themselves
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.

Level 1
ii. Relating personal
experiences
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.

Talk about selfesteem and


appearance
Enquire about
ones health

MI

Read journal
entries

LHTL,
MI

Give opinions on
article read

MI

Listen to a
dialogue

LHTL

Read materials
from the internet

ICT

Identify main
ideas
List the important

CCTS
LHTL

MI
Analysing
Evaluating

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.

Level 1,2 and 3


i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

2.2 Process information by


a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
c. discerning sequence of ideas

B. Processing texts read by:


Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing the important details

CCTS
18

2.3 Present information to


different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
g. summarizing information

Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in text
Level 3
viii. Writing a simple speech on
a particular topic

LHTL,
MI

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Chapter 7

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in story
such as characters and setting
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by
a. dramatizing texts and role-

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
iv. Describing the setting of a
story.
v. Narrating the sequence of
events
vii. Making predictions as to
what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters
and values to ones life.
Level 1
i. Dramatizing sections of a
text and role-playing

details
Sequence events

Making and
expanding notes
and outlines
Summarize
writers feelings
and emotions
expressed in
journal entries
Write a speech

Tell the sequence


of events
Discuss elements
of a novel
Discuss setting
and sequence of
events

CCTS,
ML,
LHTL
ML,
LHTL

Evaluating

Creating

LHTL
MI, Cx
Creating

MI
19

Week
12

Science and
Technology
Chapter 8 :
Transport
Tomorrow

playing characters
1.0 Language for interpersonal
purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.

characters.

Level 1
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.

Role-play

Take part in
discussions

MI

Read an
expository passage
Exchange ideas on
the forms of
transportation
shown
Give opinions
about the
feasibility of forms
of transportation
shown

MI,
ICT

Listen to a news
bulletin
Read an
expository passage

LHTL

Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.

CCTS,
Cx
LHTL,
MI

Evaluating

MI,
CCTS

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

20

2.2 Process information by


a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
e. predicting outcomes
f. drawing conclusions
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas
2.3 Present information to
different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
e. expanding notes and outlines
g. summarizing information
Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Chapter 8 & 9

B. Processing texts read by


Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
text.
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vi. Writing a descriptive essay

Skim and scan


material

CCTS

Identify main
ideas
List the important
details

CCTS
LHTL

CCTS

Make inferences

Evaluating

LHTL

Make summary

Write a descriptive
essay about
transportation

Tell the sequence


of events
Discuss elements
of a novel
Discuss setting
and sequence of
events

LHTL,
MI,
ML

Creating

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text
b. recognizing elements in story
such as characters and setting
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs, and
beliefs

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
iv. Describing the setting of a
story.
v. Narrating the sequence of
events
vii. Making predictions as to
what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters

LHTL
MI, Cx
Creating

21

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and imaginatively by
a. dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters
Week
13

Social Issues
and People
Chapter 9 :
Striving For
Safety

and values to ones life.


Level 1
i. Dramatizing sections of a
text and role-playing
characters.

MI

Role-play

Discuss instances
of dangerous
driving
Discuss
distractions of
drivers

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, part events,
feelings, personal experiences
and understanding when others
talk about themselves
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.

Level 1
ii. Relating personal
experiences
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.

MI, Cx
MI, Cx
LHTL,
MI

Read journal
entries
MI

Express opinions
on dangerous
driving and road
safety

Listen to a forum
and recall details

Read a narrative

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such

Level 1,2 and 3


i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

LHTL

22

as reports and articles and using


other electronic media such as the
internet.
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
c. discerning sequence of ideas

B. Processing texts read by:


Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences

2.3 Present information to


different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
g. summarizing information

Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in text
Level 3
viii. Writing a recount on a
particular topic

Literature :
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Chapter 10

Identify main
ideas
List the important
details
Sequence events

CCTS
LHTL
CCTS

LHTL,
MI

Making and
expanding notes
and outlines

Summarize
important events
in a narrative

Write a recount of
an accident

ML,
LHTL

Tell the sequence


of events
Identify and
describe the

LHTL

Evaluating
Analysing

CCTS,
ML,
LHTL

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
vi. Describing characters and
writing a paragraph or two

CCTS,
MI,
ML
23

ones opinion of the text


b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life
d. understanding other peoples
culture s, traditions, customs, and
beliefs
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by
a. dramatizing text and roleplaying characters

Week
14&
15

16- 21

Environment
Chapter 10 :
Earths Fragile
Future

Chapter 11 :
What A Waste!

about them
vii. Making predictions as to
what might happen next.
viii. Discussing values explored
in the text.
ix. Relating events, characters
and values to ones life.
Level 3
x. Giving ones opinion of the
poem or story.

i.

Level 1
Dramatizing
sections of a text and
role-playing
characters.

characters in the
novel
Group work

Creating

Role-playing

MI, Cx

Holds discussions
on environmental
problems
Relate feelings,
personal
experiences about
environment
Exchange ideas,
information and
opinions about
environmental
issues

MI

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, part events,
feelings, personal experiences
and understanding when others
talk about themselves
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.
1.2 Take part in social

Level 1
ii. Relating personal
experiences
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.

MI,Cx
LHTL,
MI

Analysing

CCTS,
MI
24

interaction by
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.

Level 1
ii. Asking one to think
about/decide on something
iii. Persuading someone not to
do something
Level 2
vi. Making a decision based on
agreement of all members of a
group.

Give opinions on
deforestation
Make a journal
entry

MI

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
g. identifying different points of
view
i. interpreting non-linear texts
such as maps, charts, diagrams,
tables, graphs
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

Listen to a poem
on deforestation
Read a passage/ a
transcript of a
forum

LHTL,
MI

A. Processing texts listened to


by
Level 1
i. Listening to a text and
recalling what the text is about
B. Processing texts read by
Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
text.
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the

Skim and scan


material
Identify main

CCTS
Applying
25

text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
2.3 Present information to
different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
e. expanding notes and outlines
g. summarizing information
h. reading aloud written materials
such as instructions, directions
and reports clearly and fluently

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
Poem :
- A Poison Tree

Week
22

Science and
Technology
Chapter 12 :
Robot Friend
or Foe

Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vi. Write a letter on specific
topic.
viii. Writing a simple speech
on a particular topic.
ix. Presenting/Making the
speech.

ideas
List the important
details

CCTS
LHTL

Write a summary:
select relevant
points
Write a letter to
the editor of a
newspaper on
current issue
Write a speech
Present a speech in
the class

LHTL,
MI,
ML

Write about
themes in the
novel

LHTL

Take part in
discussions

MI

Analysing
Evaluating

LHTL,
MI,
ML

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as themes

Level 3
x. Discussing themes and
messages of stories and poems

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions

Level 1
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked

26

d. exchanging ideas, information


and opinions on topics of interest.

Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.
Level 3
viii. Giving opinions on
articles read or accounts heard.

Read an extract
from a novel
Exchange ideas
about robots
Give opinions

MI,
ICT

Listen to a
conversation
Read an extract
from a novel

LHTL

Skim and scan


material

CCTS

Identify main
ideas
List the important
details

Cx, MI
MI,
CCTS

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
e. predicting outcomes
f. drawing conclusions
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas
2.3 Present information to
different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

B. Processing texts read by


Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
text.
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3

CCTS
LHTL
CCTS

Make inferences

Applying
Analysing
Evaluating

LHTL
27

explanations, messages, letters,


speeches, reports and articles
e. expanding notes and outlines
g. summarizing information

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Themes
- Moral Values

Environment
Chapter 13 :
Seas of Oil

Select relevant
points

Write an essay

Write about moral


values in the novel

LHTL

Write a dialogue
based on a story

LHTL,
CCTS

Take part in a
discussion on oil
spills
Persuade ones
friend not to
pollute the rivers
and oceans
Exchanging ideas,
information and

MI,Cx

LHTL,
MI,
ML

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as moral values
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by
b. retelling a story from a
different point of view, presenting
it in another genre.

Week
23

vii. Writing articles on specific


areas

Level 3
x. Discussing moral values
and messages of stories and
poems
Level 3
iii. Presenting the text in
another genre.

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions

Level 1
ii. Asking one to think
about/decide on something.
iii. Persuading someone not to
do something
Level 2
v. Participating in a
conversation:
- explaining ones views
- accepting the view of others
- defending ones point of view

MI,CC
TS,Cx

28

with reasons

opinions about the


effects of oil spills

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
differentpurposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in print such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet

2.2 Process information by


a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas
b. extracting main ideas and
details
c. discerning sequence of ideas
e. predicting outcomes
f. drawing conclusions
g. identifying different points of
view

A. Processing texts listened to


by
ii. Listening to and recalling
important details of the text
iii. Scanning for details

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by

B. Processing text read by:


Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
text
iii. Scanning for details
Level 2
viii. Identifying main ideas in
the text read
ix. Listing important details
Level 3
xii. Identifying cause and
effect

Listen to a news
broadcast
Read a passage
silently

Read and scan for


details

Identify main
ideas, understand
the meaning in
context

Identify cause and


effect

MI
ML

CCTS

Analysing
Evaluating

Creating

CCTS

CCTS
LHTL

Level 1
29

a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports, articles.
c. responding to questions and
comments orally and in writing
e. expanding notes and outlines
f. composing, revising and editing
drafts; and checking accuracy of
spelling, punctuation and
grammar
g. summarizing the information

Week
24 &
25

Literature:
Dear Mr.
Kilmer
- Moral Values
- Revision

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes

People
Chapter 14 :
The Gracious
Citizen

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes

3.1 Listen to, read and respond


to literary works by
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as moral values

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.

ii. Responding to questions and


comments orally and in writing
iii. Making notes and outlines
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vi. Writing a report on specific
topics.
ix. Presenting/Making the
speech

Level 3
x. Discussing moral values
and messages of stories and
poems

Level 1
ii. Relating personal
experiences
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current
interest and exchanging ideas.
Level 3

Make a mind map

ML,L
HTL

Summary

LHTL

Write an essay
Present the report
using power point

ML,
LHTL
ICT

Write about moral


values in the novel

LHTL

Holds discussions MI
on gracious and
ungracious
MI,Cx
behaviour
Relate feelings,
personal
experiences about
gracious behaviour
LHTL,
Discuss correct
MI

Bubble Map
Applying

30

viii. Giving opinions on


articles read or accounts heard.
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.

Level 1
ii. Asking one to think
about/decide on something
iii. Persuading someone not to
do something

behaviour in
public places
Give opinions on
gracious and
ungracious
behaviour
Persuade people
not to commit
ungracious acts

CCTS,
MI
MI

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such
as talks, speeches and viewing
television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.
2.2 Process information by
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas

Level 1
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

Listen to a radio
talk show and
recall important
details
Read a passage

LHTL,
MI

A. Processing texts listened to


by
Level 1
i. Listening to a text and
recalling what the text is about
B. Processing texts read by
Level 1
ii. Skimming for the gist of the
text.
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the

Skim and scan


material

Identify main

CCTS

31

text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences
2.3 Present information to
different audience by
a. writing descriptions,
instructions, recounts,
explanations, messages, letters,
speeches, reports and articles
e. expanding notes and outlines

Literature:
Revision Form 4
Poems

Level 2
v. Summarizing ideas in a text
Level 3
vii. Writing articles on specific
areas.

ideas
List the important
details

CCTS
LHTL

Write a summary

Write an article on
social issues

LHTL,
MI,
ML

Applying

LHTL,
MI,
ML

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
vi. Discussing values explored
in the text.
Level 3
x. Discussing the theme and
messages of stories and poems
xi. Giving ones opinion of the
poem or story
xii. Understanding the
figurative language of the text

Tell meanings of
each stanza
Draw students
attention to the
fact that some
cultures have
different customs
and beliefs from
our culture but
they must be
respected
nevertheless
Encourage
students to express
views on the

LHTL,
CCTS,
MI, Cx

32

theme/message
and values in the
poems
Week
26

People
Chapter 15 :
Your Career

1.0 Language for interpersonal


purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
b. taking part in conversations
and discussions
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of interest.

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
a. carrying out variety of
language functions
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems
and making decisions

Level 1
iv. Asking questions politely
and responding politely to
questions asked
Level 2
vi. Pronouncing words clearly
and correctly and asking
questions and making
statements with the correct
intonation, word stress and
sentence rhythm.
Level 2
v. Participating in a
conversation:
- explaining ones views
-accepting the views of others
- defending ones point of view
with reasons
vi. Making a decision based on
agreement of all members of a
group

Talk about plans


for the future
List down the
different types of
jobs and job
requirements
Discuss plans and
make decisions on
careers
Ask one to think
about and decide
on future plans

MI, Cx
MI, Cx

LHTL,
MI
MI

Students role-play
in groups a job
interview

LHTL,
MI

Listen to a

LHTL

2.0 Language for informational


purposes
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by
a. listening to spoken texts such

Level 1,2 and 3


i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of

33

as talks, speeches and viewing


television documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in prints such
as reports and articles and using
other electronic media such as the
internet.

texts
ii. Reading silently a variety of
materials in print and from the
internet.

2.2 Process information by


a. skimming and scanning for
specific information
b. extracting main ideas and
details

B. Processing texts read by:


Level 1
vi. Using the dictionary to find
the meanings of words
Level 2
v. Identifying main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing the important details
Level 3
xiii. Making inferences

2.3 Present information to


different audience by
g. summarizing information
i. using appropriate format,
conventions, and grammar when
presenting the information

Level 1
iii. Making notes and outlines
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines
v. Summarizing ideas in text
Level 3
viii. Writing a formal letter of
job application

dialogue

Read an article

ML

Use a dictionary to
find meanings

Identify main
ideas
List the important
details

Making and
expanding notes
and outlines
Summarize
important events
in a narrative
Students respond
to the
advertisement by
writing a formal
letter of job
application

CCTS
LHTL
Analysing
Evaluating

LHTL,
MI
CCTS,
ML,
LHTL
ML,
LHTL

34

Literature:
Revision Form 4
Poems

3.0 Language for aesthetic


purposes
3.1 Listen to, read and respond
to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones opinion of the text

Level 1
iii. Retelling the story or poem
in ones own words.
Level 2
vi. Discussing values explored
in the text.
Level 3
x. Discussing the theme and
messages of stories and poems
xi. Giving ones opinion of the
poem or story
xii. Understanding the
figurative language of the text

Week Revision
27 - 39
41- 43 SPM Exam

Tell meanings of
each stanza
Draw students
attention to the
fact that some
cultures have
different customs
and beliefs from
our culture but
they must be
respected
nevertheless
Encourage
students to express
views on the
theme/message
and values in the
poems

LHTL,
CCTS,
MI, Cx

Revision

35