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Semester 1

Weeks: 1 - 2
Chapter 1: Knowing Me knowing You
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, past events,
feelings, personal experiences and
understanding when others talk about
themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
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.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:
a. making enquiries and ordering
goods and services.
b. making complaints and responding
to complaints.

Theme
: People
Moral Value : Appreciation
Specifications
Level 1
1.1 iii. Relating personal experiences.
(Writing and talking about weddings
customs and rituals. Comparing and
contrasting between two weddings.)
1.2 i. Disagreeing politely in simple
language. (Reading dialogues and
determining the language functions.
Making sentences to express specific
functions.)
Level 2
vii. Reading topics of current interest and
exchange ideas. (Completing a mind map)
Level 3
1.2 iv. Persuading someone to do something
in simple language. (Role playing using cue
cards)
1.2v. Carrying on a conversation with
people one meets for the first time.
1.2vii. Suggesting ways to solve a problem.
(Problem-solving and decision-making.)

Learning Outcome(s):
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and
viewing television documentaries and multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
c. reading materials in print 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 and ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and details;
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.
2.3 Present information to different audiences by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeches,
reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and reporting
orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports clearly and
fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar when
presenting information.

Grammar : Language Forms and Functions


Sound systems: 1.1v. Vowel sounds /l/ . /i:/ Diphthongs /el/ , /al/, /oi/
Educational Emphases: Thinking skills, Preparing for the real world, Multiple intelligences, ICT

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Specifications
Level 1
2.1Aii. Reading silently and aloud with understanding a
variety of texts.
(Reading a variety of texts)
2.1Ai. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts.
(Listening and ticking correct answers.)
2.1Bii. Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about.
(Reporting similarities and differences between two
weddings.)
Level 3
2.3vii. Writing brief reports, descriptions. (Writing a
paragraph on weddings. Presenting a report in class.
Reporting information gathered.
Level 2
2.2Aiv. Identifying main ideas and jotting down keywords
and phrases.
(Listening and completing a mind map.)
2.1v. Interviewing people to get more information on topics
under study. (Interviewing people.)
2.2Biiii. Scanning for details.
2.2Bx. acquiring the meaning of words by :
*Understanding word formation through the use of prefixes
and suffixes;
*Understanding contextual clues such as synonyms,
antonyms and word equivalents. (Finding meaning of words
using contextual clues.)
Level 3
2.2Bxii. Predicting outcomes that are obvious in a text, giving
reasons. (Predicting outcomes of events.)

Weeks: 3 - 4
Chapter 2: Saving Every Drop
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, past events,
feelings, personal experiences and
understanding when others talk about
themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
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.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:
a. making enquiries and ordering
goods and services.
b. making complaints and responding
to complaints.

Theme
: Environment
Moral Value : Love of Nature
Specifications
Level 1
1.1 iii. Relating
personal experiences. (Recalling past
experiences on water shortage by
completing a mind map.)
1.1iv. Keeping a journal of daily activities.
(Keeping a journal)
Level 2
1.2vi. Making a decision regarding an
action to taken based on agreement of all
members of a group. (Exchanging ideas.)
Pronouncing words with /v/ and /w/ sounds
in a poem. Brainstorming about organizing
an event.)
Level 3
1.3v. Making a complaint about services
and products orally and in writing. (Giving
opinions on water conversation. Learning
the format of a formal letter. Completing a
letter of complaint. Responding to a letter
of complaint.)

Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and
viewing television documentaries and multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
c. reading materials in print 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 and ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and details;
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.
2.3 Present information to different audiences by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeches,
reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and reporting
orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports clearly and
fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar when
presenting information.

Grammar : Language Forms and Functions


Sound systems: 1.1v. Consonant sounds /v/, /w/
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Specifications
Level 1
2.1i. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts.
(Listening and completing a mind map.
Listening and identifying true or false statements.
Taking notes.)
2.1ii. Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety
of texts. (Reading a newspaper report.)
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Choosing the best answers.)
Level 2
2.1v. Interviewing people to get more information on topics
under study. (Interviewing people.)
2.3iii. Responding to questions and comments spontaneously
(oral). (Interviewing people on water crisis.)
Level 1
2.3ii. Converting information into tables, graphs, diagrams,
etc. (Transferring information to a table.
Converting information in a passage to graphic form.)
2.3iv. Expanding notes and outlines. (Writing a survey re[ort.
Writing meanings to phrases.)
Level 3
2.3vii. Writing brief reports, descriptions. (Presenting
information on a campaign.)

Week : 5
Chapter 4: Checking Up on Health
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, past events,
feelings, personal experiences and
understanding when others talk about
themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
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.

Theme
: Health
Moral Value : Health consciousness
Specifications
Level 1
1.2 iii. Relating
personal experiences.(Reading about
peoples experiences. Sharing feelings.)
Level 2
1.2vi. Making a decision regarding an
action to taken based on agreement of all
members of a group. (Discussing organ
donation.
Planning a visit to an organization.)
Level 3
1.2vii. Initiating and keeping a conversation
going (Initiating and keeping a discussion
going.)

Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and
viewing television documentaries and multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
c. reading materials in print 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 and
ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and details;
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.
2.3 Present information to different audiences by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeches,
reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and reporting
orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports clearly and
fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar when
presenting information.

1.3 Obtain goods and services by:


a. making enquiries and ordering
goods and services.
b. making complaints and responding
to complaints.

Grammar : The Present Perfect Tense, Revision on the Simple Past Tense
Sound systems : 1.1vi. Stress on four-syllable words. (Level 2)
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Specifications
Level 1
2.1i. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts.
(Listening to a conversation.)
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Reading for details, making
inferences, moving beyond the text.))
2.2Bii. Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about.
(Skimming and scanning)
2.2Bvi. Using the dictionary to find the meanings of words.
(Using a thesaurus.)
Level 2
2.2Aiv. Identifying main ideas and jotting down keywords
and phrases. (Listening for specific information and ticking
the correct answer. Listening for specific information to
complete a flow chart.)

Week 6 : 8th February 2015 12th February 2016


Chinese New Year Holidays
Week : 7
Poem : The Living Photograph by Jackie Kay

Theme
: Literature
Moral Value : Love
Learning Outcome(s)
Aesthetic
Specifications
3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
Level 1:
a. understanding and telling in ones own words the story and poem heard and read, and giving ones
3.1.i. Reciting poems with feeling and expressions and with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress, and
own opinion of the text;
rhythm. (Reading a poem aloud. Reading a poem aloud. Reading the poem to show the effect of repetition.)
c. explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life;
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling and expressions.
3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by:
a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Week : 8
Story : Tanjong Rhu by Minfong Ho

Theme
: Literature
Moral Value : Love
Learning Outcome(s)
Aesthetic
Specifications
3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
Level 2:
a. understanding and telling in ones own words the story and poem heard and read, and giving ones
3.1.iv. Narrating sequence of events. (Listening to a poem to sequence events.) Choosing appropriate
own opinion of the text;
descriptive words.)
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;
Level 2
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
v. Describing the place and time the story took place. (Reading excerpts to determine setting.)
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by:
a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
b. retelling a story from a different point of view, and presenting it in another genre;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Week 10: 7th March 2016 11th March 2016
Progressive Test 1
Week 11: 14th March 2016 18th March 2016
Mid-term One School Break
Weeks : 11 - 12
Chapter 5: Deciding On Dams
Interpersonal
1.1 Make friends and keep

Theme : Values
Moral Value : Love of Nature
Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:

Specifications
Level 1

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Specifications
Level 1

friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, past events, feelings,
personal experiences and
understanding when others talk about
themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
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.

1.1i. Talking about oneself to others, sharing


information about each other that is of
interest to both parties. (Sharing information
on dams.
Reading opinions on building dams.

a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and


viewing television documentaries and multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
c. reading materials in print such as reports and articles and
using other electronic media such as the Internet.

Level 2
1.1vii. Reading topics of current interest and
exchange ideas. (Giving opinions on building
dams.)

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;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.

Level 3
1.2vii. Suggesting ways to solve a problem.
(Problem- solving and decision-making.
Discussing consequences of land-clearing.)

1.3 Obtain goods and services by:


a. making enquiries and ordering goods
and services.
b. making complaints and responding
to complaints.

2.3 Present information to different audiences by:


a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeches,
reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and
reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports clearly
and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar when
presenting information.

Grammar : Gerunds, Gerunds after prepositions, Infinitives


Sound systems : 1.1v. Homophones
Educational Emphases : Knowledge acquisition, Preparation for the real world, Future Studies, Thinking Skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT
Week : 13
Poem : The Charge of the Light Brigade by Tennyson

Theme
: Literature
Moral Value : Love & Sacrifice
Learning Outcome(s)
Specifications
Level 1:

Aesthetic
3.2 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
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2.1i. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts.


(Listening to a dialogue and answering true or false
questions. Matching expressions with their meanings.)
2.1iv. Carrying out extended writing and reference work to
explore a topic under study. (Gathering information.)
2.2Bx. Acquiring the meaning of words by:
*Understanding word formation through the use of prefixes
and suffixes;
*Understanding contextual clues such as synonyms,
antonyms and word equivalents.
(Finding meanings of phrases using contextual clues.)
Level 2
2.2iii. Asking and answering questions. (Responding to
questions and comments.)
2.2Aii. Noting important details. (Completing a graphic
organizer.)
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Reading for details and
making inferences.)
2.2Biv. Expanding notes and outlines. (Writing an article)
2.2Bv.Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a
simple text. (Writing a summary. Summarizing short
passages.)
2.2Bxi. Identifying and writing down in full abbreviations
and vice-versa. (Writing abbreviations.)
Level 3
2.3vi. Presenting reports. (Presenting a speech.)

a. understanding and telling in ones own words the story and poem heard and read, and giving ones
own opinion of the text;
c. explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life;
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling and expressions.

3.1.i. Reciting poems with feeling and expressions and with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress, and
rhythm. (Reading a poem aloud. Reading a poem aloud. Reading the poem to show the effect of repetition.)

3.3 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by:


a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Week : 14
Story : Tanjong Rhu by Minfong Ho

Theme
: Literature
Moral Value : Love
Learning Outcome(s)
Aesthetic
Specifications
3.2 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
Level 2:
a. understanding and telling in ones own words the story and poem heard and read, and giving ones
3.1.iv. Narrating sequence of events. (Listening to a poem to sequence events.) Choosing appropriate
own opinion of the text;
descriptive words.)
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;
Level 2
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
v. Describing the place and time the story took place. (Reading excerpts to determine setting.)
3.3 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by:
a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
b. retelling a story from a different point of view, and presenting it in another genre;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Weeks : 15 - 16
Chapter 6: Going High Tech
Interpersonal
1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and friends,
interests, past events, feelings, personal
experiences and understanding when others
talk about themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
1.2 Take part in social interaction by:
a. carrying out a variety of language
functions;
b. discussing plans and arrangements, solving

Theme
: Science and Technology
Moral Value : Determination
Specifications
Level 1
1.1i. Talking about oneself to others, sharing
information about each other that is of interest
to both parties. (Sharing information on dams.
Reading opinions on building dams.
1.1iii. Relating personal experiences.
(Sharing experiences about Internet shopping.)
Level 3
1.2vii. Suggesting ways to solve a problem.
(Discussing ways to solve a problem.)
1.2viii. Initiating and keeping a conversation
going. (Initiating and keeping a discussion
going.)

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Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches
and viewing television documentaries and
multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
c. reading materials in print 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
and ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and details;
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the

Specifications
Level 1
2.1i. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts.
(Simulating shopping over the Internet.)
2.2Ai. Stating what the text is about. (Listening and
completing a table.)
2.2Aii. Noting important details. (Listening and picking
out specific words.)
2.1iii. Acquiring library and information skills. (Using
contents page and index.)
2.3ii. Converting information into tables, graphs,
diagrams, etc. (Reading short texts and transferring

problems, and making decisions.

text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.

1.3 Obtain goods and services by:


a. making enquiries and ordering goods and
services.
b. making complaints and responding to
complaints.

2.3 Present information to different audiences


by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations,
speeches, reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and
reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms
including tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and viceversa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and
checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation and
grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports
clearly and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar
when presenting information.

information onto a chart.


Reading an article and transferring information onto a
flow chart.
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Scanning for information.)
2.3i. Drawing tables, graphs, charts, diagrams, etc.
(Preparing a graphic organizer on paper-making.)
Level 2
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Answering questions on
short texts.)
2.1v. Interviewing people to get more information on
topics under study. (Interviewing people about their jobs.)
Level 3
2.3viiWriting brief reports, descriptions. (Writing a
report. Presenting the report in class.

Grammar : Passive construction, Logical connectors, Sequence connectors, The prefix pre
Sound systems : 1.1v. Consonant clusters /sl/, /kl/
Educational Emphases: Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world, Future studies, Thinking skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT.
Week : 17 - 18
Story : Leaving by M. G. Vassanji

Theme
: Literature
Moral Value : Love & Gratefulness
Learning Outcome(s)
Aesthetic
Specifications
3.3 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
Level 2:
a. understanding and telling in ones own words the story and poem heard and read, and giving ones
3.1.iv. Narrating sequence of events. (Listening to a poem to sequence events.) Choosing appropriate
own opinion of the text;
descriptive words.)
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;
Level 2
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
v. Describing the place and time the story took place. (Reading excerpts to determine setting.)
3.4 Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by:
a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
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b. retelling a story from a different point of view, and presenting it in another genre;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Weeks 20 - 21:
Mid Year Examinations
Weeks 22 23:
Mid Year School Holidays
Semester 2
Weeks :23 - 24
Chapter 7: Looking up Lifestyles

Theme
: People
Moral Value : Tolerance

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

Specifications
Level 1
1.1iii. Relating personal experiences. (Sharing
experiences on eating foreign food.
Completing a conversation.)

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.

1.3iv. Giving feedback about a product or


service as a consumer. (Role playing using cue
cards.
Making inquiries, placing an order and giving
feedback.)

1.3 Obtain goods and services by:


a. making enquiries and ordering goods and
services.
b. making complaints and responding to
complaints.

Level 3
1.3v. Making a complaint about services and
products orally and in writing.

Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and
viewing television documentaries and multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
c. reading materials in print such as reports and articles
and using other electronic media such as the Internet.

Level 2
1.3ii. Making enquiries about a product (orally
and in writing) of different brand names,
making comparisons, and choosing the one that
gives value for money and giving reasons.

1.3vi. Respond to a complaint orally and in


writing.
(Making a verbal complaint about a product
and responding to the complaint.
Level 3
1.1viii. Reading articles and giving opinions in
the following ways:
-agreeing with the writer
-disagreeing with the writer and giving reasons.
(Giving opinions about using handphones.)
Discussing using handphones.)

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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;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.
2.3 Present information to different audiences by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations,
speeches, reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and
reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;

Specifications
Level 1
2.1ii. Reading silently and aloud with understanding a
variety of texts. (Finding the origin of foods.)
2.1v. Interviewing people to get more information on
topics under study. (Interviewing people on their
lifestyles.)
2.2Aii. Noting important details. (Listening and
completing a table.)
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Reading an article.
Reading for details and making inferences. Moving
beyond the text.
2.2Bvi. Using the dictionary to find the meaning of
words. (Finding synonyms using a thesaurus.)
2.3iv. Expanding notes and outlines. (Writing an article)
Level 2
2.3v. Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a
simple text. (Writing a summary. Summarizing short
passages.)
Level 3
2.3viii. Applying process writing skills. (Writing a
composition.)

h. reading aloud written materials such as reports


clearly and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar
when presenting information.
Grammar : Subject-Verb Agreement, Adjectives and Nouns
Sound systems : 1.1v. Word from foreign languages
Educational Emphases: Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world, Future studies, Thinking skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT.
Weeks : 25 - 26
Short Play : The Right Thing to Do by Martyn Ford

Theme : Literature
Moral Value : Being helpful & sincere
Learning Outcome(s)
Aesthetic
Specifications
3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
Level 2
b. recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting;
3.1iv. Narrating sequence of events. (Completing a diagram to determine rising action and climax.
c. explaining the message the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to
Rearranging the sequence of events.)
ones life;
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling and expressions.
3.2Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by:
a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
b. retelling a story from a different point of view, and presenting it in another genre;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Week 27 :
Hari Raya Aidilfitri Holidays
Weeks : 28 - 29
Chapter 8: Caring for the Environment
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and friends,
interests, past events, feelings, personal
experiences and understanding when others
talk about themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
1.2 Take part in social interaction by:
a. carrying out a variety of language
functions;

Theme
: Environment
Moral Value : Love of Nature
Specifications
Level 1
1.1iii. Relating personal experiences. (Sharing
experiences on environmental change.)
Level 2
1.1vii. Reading topics of current interest and
exchange ideas. (Exchanging ideas and
opinions about the environment.)
Level 3
1.2viii. Initiating and keeping a conversation
going. (Having a discussion based on short
texts.)

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Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
c. reading materials in print 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 and
ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and details;
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;

Specifications
Level 1
2.2Bii. Noting important details. (Listening to a
forum and completing a graphic organizer.
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Reading short texts and
scanning for information.)
2.2Bx. Acquiring the meaning of words by:
*Understanding word formation through the use of
prefixes and suffixes;
*Understanding contextual clues such as synonyms,
antonyms and word equivalents.
(Making predictions. Forming words using suffix.)

b. discussing plans and arrangements, solving


problems, and making decisions.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:
a. making enquiries and ordering goods and
services.
b. making complaints and responding to
complaints.

i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,


diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.
2.3 Present information to different audiences by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeches,
reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and
reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports clearly
and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar
when presenting information.

Level 2
2.3v. Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas
in a simple text. (Writing a summary. Summarizing
short passages.)
Level 3
2.2Bxiii. Identifying simple cause and effect.
(Identifying cause and effect.)
2.3viii. Applying process writing skills.(Writing a
composition on deforestation.
Giving a speech.)

Grammar : Verb and preposition combinations, Adjectives and preposition combinations.


Sound systems : 1.1v. Homographs
Educational Emphases: Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world, Future studies, Thinking skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT.
Weeks : 30 -31
Chapter 9: Facing Teenage Blues
Interpersonal
1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and friends,
interests, past events, feelings, personal
experiences and understanding when others
talk about themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
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.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:

Theme
:Social Issues
Moral Value : Discipline
Specifications
Level 1
1.1i. Talking about oneself to others, sharing
information about each other that is of interest
to both parties.
1.1ii. Responding to questions politely by
giving the required information.
1.1iii. Relating personal experiences. (Sharing
experiences on problems.)
Relating experiences and completing a table.
Level 2
1.2vi. Making a decision regarding an action to
be taken based on agreement of all members of
a group. (Making decisions and coming to a
consensus.)
1.1vii. Reading articles and giving opinions in

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Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
c. reading materials in print 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 and
ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and details;
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.

Specifications
Level 1
2.2Bii. Noting important details. (Listening to
problems and jotting down key points.
Listening and answering true or false statements.)
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Reading an article on
depression. Reading for details, making inferences.
Level 2
2.2Bx. Acquiring the meaning of words by:
*Understanding word formation through the use of
prefixes and suffixes;
*Understanding contextual clues such as synonyms,
antonyms and word equivalents.
(Using context clues to find meanings of words.)
2.2Bix. Reading and interpreting non-linear texts
such as diagrams, tables, graphs;

a. making enquiries and ordering goods and


services.
b. making complaints and responding to
complaints.

the following ways:


-agreeing with the writer
-disagreeing with the writer and giving reasons.
(Agreeing or disagreeing with a speaker.)
Level 1
1.2ii. Offering advice in simple language.
Giving advice to teenagers.

2.3 Present information to different audiences by:


a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeches,
reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and
reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports clearly
and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar
when presenting information.

(Reading and interpreting non-linear texts.)


Level 3
2.3vii. Writing brief reports, descriptions. (Writing a
short report.)

Grammar : Punctuation colon, hyphen, brackets, Revision present Perfect and Simple Past Tenses.
Sound systems : 1.1v. Consonants sounds /kr/, /br/ /fl/,/bl/
Educational Emphases: Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world, Future studies, Thinking skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT
Week : 32
Review on the poem The Living Photograph by Jackie Kay

Theme
: Literature
Moral Value : Love
Learning Outcome(s)
Aesthetic
Specifications
3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
Level 1:
a. understanding and telling in ones own words the story and poem heard and read, and giving ones
3.1.i. Reciting poems with feeling and expressions and with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress, and
own opinion of the text;
rhythm. (Reading a poem aloud. Reading a poem aloud. Reading the poem to show the effect of repetition.)
c. explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life;
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling and expressions.
3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by:
a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Week : 33
Review on the poem The Charge of the Light Brigade by Jackie Kay

Theme
: Literature
Moral Value : Love & Sacrifice
Learning Outcome(s)
Aesthetic
Specifications
3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by:
Level 1:
a. understanding and telling in ones own words the story and poem heard and read, and giving ones
3.1.i. Reciting poems with feeling and expressions and with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress, and
own opinion of the text;
rhythm. (Reading a poem aloud. Reading a poem aloud. Reading the poem to show the effect of repetition.)
c. explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life;
d. understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling and expressions.
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3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by:


a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.
Weeks : 34
Chapter 10: Moving Ahead
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and friends,
interests, past events, feelings, personal
experiences and understanding when others
talk about themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and opinions
on topics of interests.
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.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:
a. making enquiries and ordering goods and
services.
b. making complaints and responding to
complaints.

Theme
: Science and Technology
Moral Value : Perseverance
Specifications
Level 1
1.1iii. Relating personal experiences.
(Sharing experiences.)
Level 2
1.2vi. Making a decision regarding an
action to be taken based on agreement of all
members of a group. (Completing a table.)
Level 3
1.3v. Making a complaint about services
and products orally and in writing. (Writing
a letter of complaint.)
Level 2
1.3ii. Making enquiries about a product
(orally and in writing) of different brand
names, making comparisons, and choosing
the one that gives value for money and
giving reasons. (Role playing buying a
product.)

Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and
viewing television documentaries and multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
c. reading materials in print 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 and
ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and details;
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of view;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.
2.3 Present information to different audiences by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations,
speeches, reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and
reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and in writings;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports
clearly and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar
when presenting information.

Specifications
Level 1
2.2Aii. Noting important details. (Listening and
completing short passages.
Watching a video advertisement and taking notes.)
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Reading an article on
science and technology.
Answering multiple choice questions.
Reading for details, making inferences beyond the text.)
Level 2
2.2Bx. Acquiring the meaning of words by:
*Understanding word formation through the use of
prefixes and suffixes;
*Understanding contextual clues such as synonyms,
antonyms and word equivalents.
(Matching meanings of expressions.)
Level 1
2.2Aii. Noting important details. (Listening for main
ideas.)
2.3iv. Expanding notes and outlines. (Writing an article.)
2.2Bvi. Using the dictionary to find the meanings of
words. (Finding meanings of words using contextual
clues and the dictionary.)
Level 3
2.1v. Interviewing people to get more information to get
more information on topics under study. (carrying out an
interview.
Level 2
2.3Av. Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a
simple text. (Writing a summary.)
Level 3

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2.2Bxii. Identifying simple cause and effect. (Predicting


the cause and effect of actions and decisions.)
2.3vii. Writing brief reports, descriptions. (Writing a
descriptive composition.)
Grammar : Prepositions of time, prepositions of association
Sound systems : 1.1v. Consonant sounds /k/, /ks/ /z/,
Educational Emphases: Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world, Future studies, Thinking skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT
Week 36
Progressive Test II
Week 37:
Mid-term Two School Break / Hari Raya Haji holidays

Weeks : 38 - 39
Chapter 11 : Healthy Living
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and friends,
interests, past events, feelings, personal
experiences and understanding when others
talk about themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information and
opinions on topics of interests.
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.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:
a. making enquiries and ordering goods and
services.
b. making complaints and responding to
complaints.

Theme
: Health
Moral Value : Care for health
Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and
viewing television documentaries and multimedia;
b. interviewing and using questionnaires; and;
Level 2
c. reading materials in print such as reports and articles
1.2vi. Making a decision regarding an action to
and using other electronic media such as the Internet.
be taken based on agreement of all members of
a group. (Completing a table.)
2.2 Process information by:
a. skimming and scanning for specific information and
Level 3
ideas;
1.3v. Making a complaint about services and
b. extracting main ideas and details;
products orally and in writing. (Writing a letter
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
of complaint.)
d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
Level 2
f. drawing conclusions;
1.3ii. Making enquiries about a product (orally
g. identifying different points of view;
and in writing) of different brand names,
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
making comparisons, and choosing the one that i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts,
gives value for money and giving reasons.
diagrams, tables, graphs; and
(Role playing buying a product.)
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.
Specifications
Level 1
1.1iii. Relating personal experiences. (Sharing
experiences.)

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a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations,
speeches, reports, and articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and
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Specifications
Level 1
2.2Aii. Noting important details. (Listening and
completing short passages.
Watching a video advertisement and taking notes.)
2.2Biii. Scanning for details. (Reading an article on
science and technology.
Answering multiple choice questions.
Reading for details, making inferences beyond the
text.)
Level 2
2.2Bx. Acquiring the meaning of words by:
*Understanding word formation through the use of
prefixes and suffixes;
*Understanding contextual clues such as synonyms,
antonyms and word equivalents.
(Matching meanings of expressions.)
Level 1
2.2Aii. Noting important details. (Listening for main
ideas.)
2.3iv. Expanding notes and outlines. (Writing an
article.)

c. responding to questions orally and in writings;


d. presenting information in non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams, charts, and vice-versa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials such as reports
clearly and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions and grammar
when presenting information.

2.2Bvi. Using the dictionary to find the meanings of


words. (Finding meanings of words using contextual
clues and the dictionary.)
Level 3
2.1v. Interviewing people to get more information to
get more information on topics under study. (carrying
out an interview.
Level 2
2.3Av. Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas
in a simple text. (Writing a summary.)
Level 3
2.2Bxii. Identifying simple cause and effect.
(Predicting the cause and effect of actions and
decisions.)
2.3vii. Writing brief reports, descriptions. (Writing a
descriptive composition.)

Grammar : Prepositions of time, prepositions of association


Sound systems : 1.1v. Consonant sounds /k/, /ks/ /z/,
Educational Emphases: Future studies, Thinking skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT
Weeks : 40 - 41
Chapter 12: Loving our country
Literature Review: Story Tanjong Rhu by Minfong Ho
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, past events,
feelings, personal experiences and
understanding when others talk
about themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of
interests.
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a. carrying out a variety of

Specifications
Level 1
1.1i. Talking about
oneself to others, sharing
information about each
other that is of interest to
both parties. (Talking
about patriotism.)
Level 3
1.1viii. Reading articles
and giving opinions in
the following ways:
-agreeing with the writer
-disagreeing with the
writer and giving
reasons.
(Agreeing or disagreeing
with opinions.)

Theme : Values
Moral Value : Patriotism
Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
Specifications
2.1 Obtain information for
Level 1
different purposes by:
2.2Aii. Noting
a. listening to spoken texts such as
important details.
talks, speeches and viewing
(Listening to short texts
television documentaries and
and answering true or
multimedia;
false questions.
b. interviewing and using
Dictation.)
questionnaires; and;
2.2Biii. Scanning for
c. reading materials in print such as
details. (Reading an
reports and articles and using other
article on the Twin
electronic media such as the
Towers.
Internet.
Completing a fact sheet.
Reading for details,
2.2 Process information by:
making inferences.
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas;
Level 2
b. extracting main ideas and details;
2.2Bx. Acquiring the

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Aesthetic
3.1Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by:
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones own opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting;
c. explaining the message the
message the writer is trying to
convey and discussing how this
relates to ones life;
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs and
beliefs;
3.2Express themselves

Specifications
Level 1
3.1iii. Retelling the story or poem in ones
own words.
(Rising/Falling intonation.
Dramatizing the poem.
Using notes for choral reading activity.
Identifying stress and intonation in poems.
Identifying tone and mood in poems.)
Level 3
3.2v. Writing the story in another genre.
(Rewriting the poem in dialogue form.
Dramatizing a poem.)

language functions;
b. discussing plans and
arrangements, solving problems,
and making decisions.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:
a. making enquiries and ordering
goods and services.
b. making complaints and
responding to complaints.

1.2viii. initiating and


keeping a conversation
going. (Having a
discussion based on short
texts.)

c. discerning sequence of ideas;


d. getting the explicit and implicit
meaning of the text;
e. predicting outcomes;
f. drawing conclusions;
g. identifying different points of
view;
h. using print and electronic
dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such
as maps, charts, diagrams, tables,
graphs; and
j. making short notes and mapping
out ideas.

meaning of words by:


*Understanding word
formation through the
use of prefixes and
suffixes;
*Understanding
contextual clues such as
synonyms, antonyms
and word equivalents.
(Finding words with the
same meaning.
Completing a crossword
puzzle with antonyms.)

creatively and imaginatively by:


a. dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters;
b. retelling a story from a
different point of view, and
presenting it in another genre;
c. composing simple poems,
stories and dialogues.

2.3 Present information to


2.3vii. Writing brief
different audiences by:
reports, descriptions.
a. writing recounts, descriptions,
(Writing a descriptive
explanations, speeches, reports, and
composition.
articles;
Writing a summary.
b. instructing, describing, narrating,
Writing ones opinion.)
explaining, and reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and
in writings;
d. presenting information in nonlinear forms including tables,
graphs, diagrams, charts, and viceversa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing
drafts; and checking accuracy of
spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials
such as reports clearly and fluently;
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar when
presenting information.
Grammar : The Past Perfect Tense, Adverbs of degree thoroughly, completely, nearly
Sound systems : 1.1vi. Sentence stress in statements and questions. (Level 2)
Educational Emphases: Knowledge acquisition Preparation for the real world, Future studies, Thinking skills, Multiple Intelligences, ICT

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Weeks : 42 - 43
Chapter 14 : Promoting Our Crafts
Literature Review: Story Leaving by M. G. Vassanji
Interpersonal
1.1Make friends and keep
friendships by:
a. taking part in conversations and
discussions:
b. Introducing oneself;
c. talking about self, family and
friends, interests, past events,
feelings, personal experiences and
understanding when others talk
about themselves;
d. exchanging ideas, information
and opinions on topics of
interests.
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.
1.3 Obtain goods and services by:
a. making enquiries and ordering
goods and services.
b. making complaints and
responding to complaints.

Specifications
Level 1
1.1i. Talking about
oneself to others, sharing
information about each
other that is of interest to
both parties. (Talking
about patriotism.)
Level 3
1.1viii. Reading articles
and giving opinions in
the following ways:
-agreeing with the writer
-disagreeing with the
writer and giving
reasons.
(Agreeing or disagreeing
with opinions.)
1.2viii. initiating and
keeping a conversation
going. (Having a
discussion based on short
texts.)

Theme : People
Moral Value : Appreciation of local heritage
Learning Outcome(s)
Informational
Specifications
2.1 Obtain information for
Level 1
different purposes by:
2.2Aii. Noting
a. listening to spoken texts such as
important details.
talks, speeches and viewing
(Listening to short texts
television documentaries and
and answering true or
multimedia;
false questions.
b. interviewing and using
Dictation.)
questionnaires; and;
2.2Biii. Scanning for
c. reading materials in print such as
details. (Reading an
reports and articles and using other
article on the Twin
electronic media such as the
Towers.
Internet.
Completing a fact sheet.
Reading for details,
2.2 Process information by:
making inferences.
a. skimming and scanning for
specific information and ideas;
Level 2
b. extracting main ideas and details;
2.2Bx. Acquiring the
c. discerning sequence of ideas;
meaning of words by:
d. getting the explicit and implicit
*Understanding word
meaning of the text;
formation through the
e. predicting outcomes;
use of prefixes and
f. drawing conclusions;
suffixes;
g. identifying different points of
*Understanding
view;
contextual clues such as
h. using print and electronic
synonyms, antonyms
dictionaries;
and word equivalents.
i. interpreting non-linear texts such
(Finding words with the
as maps, charts, diagrams, tables,
same meaning.
graphs; and
Completing a crossword
j. making short notes and mapping
puzzle with antonyms.)
out ideas.
2.4 Present information to
different audiences by:
a. writing recounts, descriptions,
explanations, speeches, reports, and
articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating,
explaining, and reporting orally;
c. responding to questions orally and

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2.3vii. Writing brief


reports, descriptions.
(Writing a descriptive
composition.
Writing a summary.
Writing ones opinion.)

Aesthetic
3.1Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by:
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and read, and giving
ones own opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a story
such as characters and setting;
c. explaining the message the
message the writer is trying to
convey and discussing how this
relates to ones life;
d. understanding other peoples
cultures, traditions, customs and
beliefs;
3.2Express themselves
creatively and imaginatively by:
a. dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters;
b. retelling a story from a
different point of view, and
presenting it in another genre;
c. composing simple poems,
stories and dialogues.

Specifications
Level 1
3.1iii. Retelling the story or poem in ones
own words.
(Rising/Falling intonation.
Dramatizing the poem.
Using notes for choral reading activity.
Identifying stress and intonation in poems.
Identifying tone and mood in poems.)
Level 3
3.2v. Writing the story in another genre.
(Rewriting the poem in dialogue form.
Dramatizing a poem.)

in writings;
d. presenting information in nonlinear forms including tables,
graphs, diagrams, charts, and viceversa.
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing
drafts; and checking accuracy of
spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written materials
such as reports clearly and fluently;
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar when
presenting information.
Grammar : Types of sentences: Simple Sentences, Compound Sentences, Complex Sentences
Sound systems : The diphthong sound // ; The /e/ and // sounds
Educational Emphases: Thinking skills, Knowledge Acquisition, Multiple Intelligences
Weeks 44 - 46:
Final Examinations
Week 47:
Returning of textbook & Post-Exam Programme
Week 48 onwards:
Year-End Holidays

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DAYANG NURHANI BINTI ABANG AHMAD

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