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RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN TAHUNAN PPKI

KSSR TAHUN 3
BAHASA INGGERIS

WEEK

TOPIC

1
(2 3
Jan 14)

1.
Greeting
s And
Social
Expressi
ons

2
(6 10
Jan 14)

3
(13 16
Jan 14)

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)
Listening and
Speaking
1.1 Appropriate
expression in social
situations

I -THINK:
Bubble
Map

Reading
1.2 Recognise and
read words

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
1.1.1 Able to thank
someone
i. Thank you,
teacher.
ii. Thank you
very much.

Pupils should be able to say Thank you


and Thank you very much to friends and
teacher

Pupils should be able to use Im sorry


and Please excuse me to friends and
teacher

1.1.2 Able to express


simple apology
i. Im sorry.
ii. Please
excuse me.

Pupils should be able to apply How are


you and Im fine to friends and teacher

Pupils should be able to make sentences


by using Please.... and Could you....

Pupils should be able to read simple


sentences by identify phrases of
greetings and social expressions

Pupils should be able to copy/write


phrases of greetings and social
expressions

Pupils should be able to copy/write simple


sentences of greetings and social
expressions

1.1.3 Able to
exchange greetings
i. How are you?
ii. Im fine.
1.1.4 Able to make
simple polite request
i. Please ...
ii. Could you ...

Writing
1.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

1.2.1 Able to read


simple sentences
i. Please
arrange the chairs.
ii. Could you
take the ruler,
please?

1.3.1 Able to copy


given sentences

WEEK

TOPIC

4
(20 24
Jan 14)

2.
Personal
Details

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)
Listening and
Speaking
2.1 Self introduction

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
2.1.1 Able to tell about
oneself
i. age
ii. address

I -THINK:
Circle
Map

Reading
5
(27 29
Jan 14)

2.2 Apply knowledge


of sounds of letters to
read
phrases and
sentences

6
(5 7
Feb 14)
Writing
2.3 To form letters and
words in neat legible
print

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

Pupils should be able to talk about his/her


age and address to friends and teacher

Pupils should be able to talk about his/her


friends age and address

2.2.1 Able to read

phrases pertaining to
i. age ( ... years
old )

ii. address ( town/


district/ state)

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


age and address

2.2.2 Able to read


simple sentences
about
i. age ( I am nine
years old )
ii. address ( I live
at ...)

Pupils should be able to copy or write


phrases of his/her age and address

Pupils should be able to copy or write


phrases of his/her friends age and
address

Pupils should be able to copy simple


sentences given

Pupils should be able to write 3 out of 5


simple sentences by using words given

2.3.1 Able to copy


phrases pertaining to
i. age
ii. address

Pupils should be able to read simple


sentences of age and address by using
paragraph or story book

2.3.2 Able to write


simple sentences
pertaining to
i. age
ii. address

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

WEEK

TOPIC

7
(10 15
Feb 14)

3. Family
Members

Listening and
Speaking

I-THINK:
Tree
Map

3.1 Recognise and


differentiate family
members

8
(17 21
Feb 14)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

Pupils should be able to say the opposite


gender of boy, girl. man, and woman

Pupils should be able to identify and


name family hierarchy by using family
tree map

Pupils should be able to read simple


phrases by using his or her

3.2.2 Able to read


sentences pertaining
to
family members
i. He is my father.
ii. She is my
mother.
iii. He is my
brother.
iv. She is my
sister.
v. These are my
parents.

Pupils should be able to read simple


sentences of family members by using
paragraph or story book

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of


family members

Pupils should be able to copy simple


sentences given

3.3.1 Able to copy


phrases pertaining to
family
members
i. handsome
father
ii. pretty mother
iii. young brother
iv. cute sister

Pupils should be able to write simple


sentences of family members by using
words given

3.1.1 Able to respond


the opposite gender in
a family
i. boy
ii. girl
iii. man
iv. woman
3.1.2 Able to identify
family hierarchy
i. father
ii. mother
iii. brother
iv. sister
v. myself

Reading
3.2 Recognise
phrases and
sentences pertaining
to family members

9
(24 28
Feb 14)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

Writing
3.3 To form letters and
words in neat legible
print

3.2.1 Able to read


phrases pertaining to
family
members
i. his/ her father
ii. his/ her mother
iii. his/ her brother
iv. his/ her sister

3.3.2 Able to copy


sentences pertaining
to
family members

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

i. My father is ...
ii. My mother is ...
iii. My brother
is ...
iv. My sister is ...

10
(3 7
Mac 14)

4. Things
In The
Classroo
m

Listening and
Speaking
4.1 Recognise things
in the classroom

I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

11
(10 14
Mac 14)

4.1.1 Able to state


things in the
classroom
i. white board
ii. desk
iii. chair
iv. cupboard

Pupils should be able to name 4 things in


the classroom

Pupils should be able to name more than


4 things in the classroom

Pupils should be able to point and label 4


things in the classroom

4.1.2 Able to say and


point things in the
classroom
i. white board
ii. desk
iii. chair
iv. cupboard

Pupils should be able to point and label


more than 4 things in the classroom

Pupils should be able to spell and read 4


words of things in the classroom

Pupils should be able to spell and read


more than 4 words of things in the
classroom

Pupils should be able to read simple


phrases by using paragraph or story book

Reading
4.2 Recognise and
read words

4.2.1 Able to read


words pertaining to
things in
the classroom
i. white board
ii. desk
iii. chair
iv. cupboard

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

12
17 21
Mac 14)

Writing
4.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

4.2.2 Able to read


simple phrases
pertaining to
things in the

classroom
i. a clean white
board

ii. an old desk


iii. a wooden chair
iv. a big cupboard

Pupils should be able to write by spell 4


out of 6 words given

Pupils should be able to copy simple


sentences.
Pupils should be able to write simple
phrases of things in the classroom by
using a or an

4.3.1 Able to write


words of things in the
classroom
i. white board
ii. desk
iii. chair
iv. cupboard
4.3.2 Able to write
simple phrases
i. a clean white
board
ii. an old desk
ii.a wooden chair
iv. a big cupboard
13
(31 Mac
5 Apr
14)
14
(7 11
Apr 14)

5. Places
In The
School
I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

Listening and
Speaking
5.1 Recognise various
places in the school

Pupils should be able to name and label


more than 4 places in the school

Pupils should be able to spell and read


more than 4 words of places in the school

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


things in the classroom by using a

Pupils should be able to spell 4 out of 6


words of places in the school

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of

Reading
5.2 Recognise and
read words of various
places in the school

15
(14 18

5.1.1 Able to state


different places in the
school
i. library
ii. book shop
iii. hall
iv. store room

Writing

5.2.1 Able to read


words pertaining to
places in the school
i. library
ii. book shop
iii. hall
iv. store room
5.2.2 Able to read
phrases pertaining to
places in the school
i. a neat library
ii. a busy book
shop

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

Apr 14)
5.3 To form letters and
words in neat legible
print

16
(21 25
Apr 14)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

iii. a huge hall


iv. a big store
room

places in the school neatly

5.3.1 Able to copy


words pertaining to
places in the school
i. library
ii. book shop
ii. hall
iv. store room
5.3.2 Able to copy
phrases pertaining to
places in the school
i. a neat library
ii. a busy book
shop
iii. a huge hall
iv. a big store
room

17
(28 Apr
2 Mei
14)

6.
Colours

Listening and
Speaking

I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

6.1 Name and


differentiate colours

6.1.1 Able to identify


and differentiate
colours
i. brown
ii. grey
iii. orange
iv. purple

Reading

18
(5 - 10
Mei 14)

19
(12 - 16
Mei 14)

6.2 Read words and


simple phrases of
various
colour

Writing
6.3 To form letters and
words in neat legible
print

6.2.1 Able to read


words of various
colours
i. brown
ii. grey
iii. orange
iv. purple
6.2.2 Able to read
simple phrases of
various
colours
i. a brown towel
ii. a grey shirt
iii. an orange
socks
iv. a purple shoes
6.3.1 Able to write
words of various
colour
i. brown
ii. grey

Pupils should be able to name and label


different colours

Pupils should be able to spell and read


words of different colours

Pupils should be able to read simple


phrases of different colours in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 4 out of 6


colours correctly.

Pupils should be able to copy simple


phrases of different colours by using
adjectives

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

iii. orange
iv. purple
6.3.2 Able to copy
simple phrases of
various
colours
i. a brown towel
ii. a grey shirt
iii. an orange
socks
iv. a purple shoes
20
(19 23
Mei 14)

21
(26 27
Mei 14)

PKSR 1

7.
Numbers

Listening and
Speaking

I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

7.1 Recognise
numerals
from 21 to 30

22
(16 20
Jun 14)

Reading
7.2 Recognise and
read words

7.1.1 Able to identify

number words from 21


to 30
i. twenty-one
ii. twenty-two

iii. twenty-three
iv. twenty-four
v. twenty-five
vi. twenty-six
vii. twenty-seven
viii. twenty-eight
ix. twenty-nine
x. thirty
7.2.1 Able to read
words of numerals
from 21 to 30
i. twenty-one
ii. twenty-two
iii. twenty-three
iv. twenty-four
v. twenty-five
vi. twenty-six
vii. twenty-seven
viii. twenty-eight
ix. twenty-nine
x. thirty

Pupils should be able to identify and


name number words 21-30
Pupils should be able to label number
words 21-30

Pupils should be able to spell and read


words of numerals 21-30

Pupils should be able to match words of


numerals to the numbers given

Pupils should be able to read words of


numerals in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 7 out 10


words of numerals correctly

Pupils should be able to copy words of


numerals in sentences

Writing
7.3 To form letters and
words in neat legible

7.3.1 Able to copy


given numbers in word
form

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

print
23
(23 27
Jun 14)

8. Things
At Home

Listening and
Speaking

I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

8.1 Recognise things


at home

8.1.1 Able to identify


things in the living
room
i. carpet
ii. fan
iii. remote control
iv. curtain
8.1.2 Able to identify
things in the kitchen
i. glass
ii. jug
iii. bowl
iv. knife
8.1.3 Able to identify
things in the bedroom
i. mattress
ii. lamp
iii. clock
iv. mirror

24
(30 Jun
4 Jul
14)

Reading
8.2 Recognise and
read simple phrases

8.1.4 Able to identify


things in the bathroom
i. sink
ii. towel
iii. pail
8.2.1 Able to read
phrases pertaining to
things in
the living room
i. a large carpet
ii. a dirty fan
iii. a broken remote
control
iv. a beautiful curtain
8.2.2 Able to read
phrases pertaining to
things in
the kitchen
i. a tall glass
ii. a green jug
iii. a small bowl
iv. a sharp knife
8.2.3 Able to read
phrases pertaining to
things in
the bedroom

Pupils should be able to name 4 things in


the living room

Pupils should be able to name 4 things in


the kitchen

Pupils should be able to name 4 things in


the bedroom

Pupils should be able to name 4 things in


the bathroom

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


things in the living room in sentences

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


things in the kitchen in sentences

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


things in the bedroom in sentences

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


things in the bathroom in sentences

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of


things in the living room by using

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
i. a thick mattress
ii. a red lamp
iii. a round clock
iv. a broken mirror

Writing
8.3 To form letters and
words in neat legible
print

8.2.4 Able to read


phrases pertaining to
things in
the bathroom
i. a white sink
ii. a soft towel
iii. a big pail
8.3.1 Able to copy
phrases pertaining to
things in
the living room
i. a large carpet
ii. a dirty fan
iii. a broken remote
control
iv. a beautiful curtain

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)
Adjectives

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of


things in the kitchen by using Adjectives

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of


things in the bedroom by using
Adjectives

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of


things in the bathroom by using
Adjectives

Pupils should be able to name and label 5

8.3.2 Able to copy


phrases pertaining to
things in
the kitchen
i. a tall glass
ii. a green jug
iii. a small bowl
iv. a sharp knife
8.3.3 Able to copy
phrases pertaining to
things in
the bedroom
i. a thick mattress
ii. a red lamp
iii. a round clock
iv. a broken mirror
8.3.4 Able to copy
phrases pertaining to
things in
the bathroom
i. a white sink
ii. a soft towel
iii. a big pail
25
(7 11

9. Parts
Of The

Listening and
Speaking

9.1.1 Able to identify


and state parts of the

WEEK

Jul 14)

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

Body
I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

26
(14 18
Jul 14)

9.1 Recognise body


parts

Reading
9.2 Recognise and
read words

Writing
9.3 To form letters and
words in neat legible
print

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
head
i. forehead
ii. eyebrow
iii. cheek
iv. chin
v. neck
9.1.2 Able to identify
and state parts of the
limbs
i. shoulder
ii. elbow
iii. knee
9.2.1 Able to read
words pertaining to
parts of the head
i. forehead
ii. eyebrow
iii. cheek
iv. chin
v. neck
9.2.2 Able to read
words pertaining to
parts of the limbs
i. shoulder
ii. elbow
iii. knee
9.3.1 Able to copy
words pertaining to
parts of the head
i. forehead
ii. eyebrow
ii.cheek
iv. chin
v. neck

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)
parts of the head

Pupils should be able to name and label 3


parts of the limbs

Pupils should be able to spell and read 5


parts of the head

Pupils should be able to spell and read 3


parts of the limbs

Pupils should be able to copy words of


parts of the head in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 5 words


correctly

Pupils should be able to copy words of


parts of limbs in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 3 words


correctly

Pupils should be able to name and


differentiate clothes

9.3.2 Able to copy


words pertaining to
parts of
the limbs
i. shoulder
ii. elbow
iii. knee
27
(21 25
Jul 14)

10.
Clothes

Listening and
Speaking

10.1.1 Able to identify


and state different
types of clothing

10

WEEK

TOPIC

I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

10.1 Recognise
different types of
clothing

i. cap
ii. hat
iii shoes
iv. socks
v. necktie
ii. hat

Reading

10.2.1 Able to read


words pertaining to
different types of
clothing
i. cap
ii. hat
iii shoes
iv. socks
v. necktie

10.2 Read words and


simple phrases

28
(4 8
Ogos
14)

Writing
10.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

10.2.2 Able to read


simple phrases
pertaining to
different types of
clothing
i. an orange cap
ii. a brown hat
iii. a pair of white
shoes
iv. a pair of grey socks
v. a purple necktie

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

Pupils should be able to read the words


of clothing in sentences

Pupils should be able to label and match


clothes to the correct words.

Pupils should be able to read the phrases


of clothing in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 5 words of


clothing

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of


clothing in sentences

Pupils should be able to name his/her

10.3.1 Able to copy


words pertaining to
different types of
clothing
i. cap
ii. hat
iii shoes
iv. socks
v. necktie
10.3.2 Able to copy
simple phrases
pertaining to different
types of clothing
i. an orange cap
ii. a brown hat
iii. a pair of white
shoes
iv. a pair of grey socks
v. a purple necktie
29
(4 8

11. Food

Listening and
Speaking

11.1.1 Able to state


food one likes

11

WEEK

TOPIC

Ogos
14)

I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

favourite food and friends favourite food


11.1 Understand and
respond appropriately
to
given questions

11.1.4 Able to state


beverage one dislikes
Reading
11.2 Recognise and
read sentences

Pupils should be able to name his/her


favourite baverage and friends favourite
baverage

Pupils should be able to name his/her


dislike food and friends dislike food

Pupils should be able to name his/her


dislike baverage and friends dislike
baverage

Pupils should be able to read sentences


by using (I like to eat..)

Pupils should be able to read sentences


by using (I like to drink ..)

Pupils should be able to read sentences


by using (I do not like to eat..)

Pupils should be able to read sentences


by using (I do not like to drink ..)

Pupils should be able to copy sentences


by using his/her favourite food

Pupils should be able to copy sentences


by using his/her favourite baverage

Pupils should be able to copy sentences


by using his/her dislike food

Pupils should be able to copy sentences


by using his/her dislike baverage

11.1.2 Able to state


beverage one likes

11.1.3 Able to state


food one dislikes

30
(18 22
Ogos
14)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

11.2.1 Able to read


sentences pertaining
to food
one likes ( I like to
eat ...)
11.2.2 Able to read
sentences pertaining
to
beverage one likes ( I
like to drink ...)
11.2.3 Able to read
sentences pertaining
to food one dislikes ( I
do not like to eat ...)

Writing
11.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

11.2.4 Able to read


sentences pertaining
to beverages one
dislikes (I do not like to
drink ...)
11.3.1 Able to copy
sentences pertaining
to food one likes

12

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

11.3.2 Able to copy


sentences pertaining
to beverage one likes

11.3.3 Able to copy


sentences pertaining
to food one dislikes
11.3.4 Able to copy
sentences pertaining
to beverage one
dislikes
31
(25 29
Ogos
14)

12. Fruits
And
Vegetabl
es
I-THINK:
Circle
Map

32
(2 5
Sept 14)

Listening and
Speaking
12.1 Recognise
different types of fruits
and
vegetables

Reading
12.2 Recognise and
read words/ phrases

12.1.1 Able to name


and differentiate types
of fruits
i. grapes
ii. strawberry
iii. rambutans
iv. durian
vi. watermelon
12.1.2 Able to name
and
differentiate types of
vegetables
i. carrot
ii. potato
iii. garlic
iv. onion
v. corn
12.2.1 Able to read
words pertaining to
fruits
i. grapes
ii. strawberry
iii. rambutans
iv. durian
v. watermelon
12.2.2 Able to read
phrases pertaining to
fruits
i. a bunch of grapes
ii. a red strawberry

Pupils should be able to name


differentiate 5 types of fruits

Pupils should be able to name


differentiate 5 types of vegetables

Pupils should be able to spell and read


words of fruits

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


fruits in sentences by using Adjectives

Pupils should be able to spell and read


words of vegetables

13

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
iii. sweet rambutans
iv. a smelly durian
v. a juicy watermelon
12.2.3 Able to read
words pertaining
tovegetables
i. carrot
ii. potato
iii. garlic
iv. onion
v. corn

Writing
12.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

12.2.4 Able to read


phrases pertaining
tovegetables
i. an orange carrot
ii. a brown potato
iii. a white garlic
iv. a red onion
v. a yellow corn
12.3.1 Able to write
words pertaining to
fruits
i. grapes
ii. strawberry
iii. rambutans
iv. durian
v. watermelon
12.3.2 Able to write
phrases pertaining to
fruits
i. a bunch of grapes
ii. a red strawberry
iii. sweet rambutans
iv. a smelly durian
v. a juicy watermelon

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


vegetables in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 5 words of


fruit

Pupils should be able to write 5 phrases


of fruits in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 5 words of


vegetables

Pupils should be able to write 5 phrases


of vegetables in sentences

12.3.3 Able to write


words pertaining to
vegetables
i. carrot
ii. potato
iii. garlic
iv. onion
v. corn
12.3.4 Able to write.
phrases pertaining to
vegetables
i. an orange carrot
ii. a brown potato

14

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

iii. a white garlic


iv. a red onion
v. a yellow corn
33
(8 12
Sept 14)

13.
Plants

Listening and
Speaking

I-THINK:
Circle
Map
Bubble
Map

13.1 Recognise
different types of trees

Reading
13.2 Recognise and
read words/ phrases

34
(22 27
Sept 14)

Writing
13.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

13.1.1 Able to name


and differentiate types
of trees
i. papaya
ii. banana
iii. durian
iv. coconut
v. mango
13.2.1 Able to read
words pertaining to
types of trees
i. papaya tree
ii. banana tree
iii. durian tree
iv. coconut tree
v. mango tree
13.2.2 Able to read
phrases pertaining to
types of tree
i. a papaya tree
ii. a small banana tree
iii. a big durian tree
iv. a tall coconut tree
v. a short mango tree
13.3.1 Able to copy
words pertaining to
types of tree
i. papaya tree
ii. banana tree
iii. durian tree
iv. coconut tree
v. mango tree

Pupils should be able to name and


differentiate 5 types of trees

Pupils should be able to spell and read 5


types of trees

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


tree in sentences by using Articles a

Pupils should be able to spell 5 words of


tree

Pupils should be able to copy phrases of


tree in sentences

13.3.2 Able to copy


phrases pertaining to
types of tree
i. a short papaya tree
ii. a small banana tree
iii. a big durian tree
iv. a tall coconut tree
v. a huge mango tree

15

WEEK

35
(29 Sept
30 Okt
14)

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

14.
Animals

Listening and
Speaking

I-THINK:
Bubble
Map
Circle
Map

14.1 Recognise
animals

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
14.1.1 Able to name
and differentiate tame
animals
i. parrot
ii. deer
iii. tortoise
iv. goldfish
14.1.2 Able to name
and differentiate wild
animals
i. elephant
ii. crocodile
iii. eagle
iv. bear

36
(7 10
Okt 14)

Reading
14.2 Recognise and
read words
iv. goldfish
iii. eagle
iv. bear

Writing
14.3 To form letters
and
words in neat legible
print

14.2.1 Able to read


words pertaining to
tame animals
i. parrot
ii. deer
iii. tortoise
14.2.2 Able to read
words pertaining to
wild animals
i. elephant
ii. crocodile

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

Pupils should be able to name and


differentiate tame animals verbally

Pupils should be able to name and


differentiate wild animals verbally

Pupils should be able to spell and read


words of tame animals in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell and read


words of wild animals in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 4 tame


animals
correctly

Pupils should be able to spell 4 wild


animals correctly

Pupils should be able to name and


differentiate 5 kinds occupation

14.3.1 Able to write


words pertaining to
tame animals
i. parrot
ii. deer
iii. tortoise
iv. goldfish
14.3.2 Able to write
words pertaining to
wild animals
i. elephant
ii. crocodile
iii. eagle
iv. bear

37
(14 17
Okt 14)

15.
Occupati
on
I-THINK:
Bubble
Map

Listening and
Speaking
15.1 Recognise
different types of
occupation

15.1.1 Able to name


and differentiate
various types of
occupation
i. guard
ii. dentist
iii. hawker

16

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

Circle
Map

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
iv. fireman
v. driver

Reading
15.2 Recognise and
read words/ phrases

38
(20 Okt
14)

15.2.1 Able to read


words of occupation
i. guard
ii. dentist
iii. hawker
iv. fireman
v. driver
15.2.2 Able to read
simple phrases of
occupation
i. a tall guard
ii. a kind dentist
iii. an honest hawker
iv. a brave fireman
v. a good driver

39
(27 31
Okt 14)
Writing
15.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

15.3.1 Able to write


words of occupation
i. guard
ii. dentist
iii. hawker
iv. fireman
v. driver

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

Pupils should be able to spell read words


of occupation

Pupils should be able to read phrases of


occupation in sentences

Pupils should be able to spell 5 words of


occupation correctly

Pupils should be able to write phrases of


occupation in sentences.

Pupils should be able to name and


differentiate 4 air transports

Pupils should be able to differentiate


mode of transports by labeling

Pupils should be able to spell and read


words of air transports

15.3.2 Able to write


phrases of occupation
i. a tall guard
ii. a kind dentist
iii. an honest hawker
iv. a brave fireman
v. a good driver
40
(3 7
Nov 14)

41
(10 14
Nov 14)

PKSR 2

16.Trans
portation

Listening and
Speaking

I-THINK:
Tree
Map
Circle
Map

16.1 Recognise and


differentiate modes of
transportation

16.1.1 Able to name


and differentiate air
transportation
i. aeroplane
ii. helicopter
iii. rocket
iv. jet
16.1.2 Differentiate
modes of
transportation
i. land

17

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)
Reading
16.2 Recognise and
read words

Writing
16.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

42
(17 21
Nov 14)

17.
Calendar
And Time

Listening and
Speaking

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)
ii. water
iii. air
16.2.1 Able to read
words of air
transportation
i. aeroplane
ii. helicopter
iii. rocket
iv. jet

Reading
17.2 Recognise and
read sentences

17.1.1 Able to identify


day and night

17.1.2 Able to state


time on the clock
hourly
i. It is ... oclock in the
morning.
ii. It is ... oclock in the
evening.
17.2.1 Able to read
sentences pertaining
to time
i. It is ... oclock in the
morning.
ii. It is ... oclock in the
evening.

Writing
17.3 To form letters
and words in neat
legible print

Pupils should be able to spell 4 words of


transports correctly

Pupils should be able to identify and


name day and night

Pupils should be able to state and use


time on the clock hourly morning and
evening

Pupils should be able to read sentences


of time morning and evening

Pupils should be able to read sentences


of time shown on the clock

Pupils should be able to copy sentences


of time shown on the clock

16.3.1 Able to copy


words of air
transportation
i. aeroplane
ii. helicopter
iii. rocket
iv. jet
ii. It is ... p.m.

17.1 Recognise time


I-THINK:
Flow
Map

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

17.2.2 Able to read


sentences pertaining
to time shown on the
clock
i. It is ... a.m.

17.3.1 Able to copy


sentences pertaining
to time shown on the

18

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT
STANDARDS
(Pupils are guided
to..)

LEARNING
STANDARDS
(Pupils should be
able to)

OBJECTIVE
(Pupils able to..)

clock
i. It is ... oclock in the
morning.
ii. It is ... oclock in the
evening.
iii. It is ... a.m.
iv. It is ... p.m.

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