Sei sulla pagina 1di 19

FORM 1 KBSM ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2014 SEKOLAH BINA INSAN

Term One : 2 Jan - 27 May 2014 (Week 1 - 20)


WEEKS 1 2 3
4, 5, 6 People Family Circle 1 Introduce self, family and others Talk about self and family Write description about self and family members. Write simple rules Write a simple account of experience Listen to a taped message on nuclear and extended families. Note important details

THEME/ CHAPTER

LEVEL

LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION


Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use

LANGUAGE STANDARD CONTENT PERFORMANCE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT MEETINGS FORM ONE REGISTRATION & ORIENTATION FORM TWO & FORM FIVE REGISTRATION & REORIENTATION
Read a folk tale about family Read a poem Act out sections of a text Read an exerpt from a story. Give sequence of events. Talk about values in the text. Talk about a character in a story. Grammar Simple Present tense for: Habitual actions Adjectives Punctuation: Capital letters Commas Full stops Question marks Exclamation marks B1 Know fundamental skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing

DESCRIPTOR

EVIDENCE

INSTRUMENT

B1 DL1 Introducing oneself

B1DL1E1 Able to introduce oneself using suggested sentence patterns

B1 DL1 E1 Introduce oneself orally in class

Identify main ideas

B3 DB1 B3 DB1 E1 Reading and Able to identify main identifying information ideas in a linear/nonin a linear/nonlinear text by linear text answering compre hension questions checking true/false statements B6 DL1 Listening and responding to literary works by giving one's opinion of the text and B6 DL1 E1 Able to retell the text in one's own words using correct grammar and vocabulary

B3 DB1 E1 Read a text and answer the questions

Recount what happens during a festival. Write a simple letter

Draw conclusions

Compose simple dialogues. Introduction to poems

Sound System: s/s/ and sh/ Dictation Building a work bank

B6 Apreciate literary works and present ideas critically in an exemplary manner

B6 DL1 E1 Listen to a poem and retell the text in one's own words

7, 8

People

Circle of Friends

Talk about self and classmates Find out about your classmates Welcome and invite friends to a function and to one's house Accept and decline invitations Apologize for mistakes Complement others Send an electronic card Make a greeting card Write a letter describing a friend

Listen to a book review. Note important details

Read a story on hospitality Read a poem on friendship Read an exerpt of a story Act out a section of a text

Grammar: Questions words: what, whom Adjectives Personal Pronouns: I, we. You, she, he, it they Sound system: b / b/ and p /p/ Vocabulary: Words to describe a

B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level

B2 DL1 Talking about self, family, friends and interests

B2 DL1 E1 B2 DL1 E1 Able to ask simple Ask and answer questions to get questions information and respond appropriately to questions on any one of the following: self family friends interests

predictions B3 DT1 Writing a short description B3 DT1 E1 Able to write a short description using adjectives/adverbs in a paragraph B3 DT1 E1 Write a description of a best friend

Introduction to short story: Flipping Fantastic

B1 B1 DL2 B1 DL2 E1 B1 DL2 E1 Know fundamental skills Able to identify initial Able to identify initial Listen to words & in L, S, R and W and final consonants & final consonants, circle them long and short vowels long & short vowels, plural forms&contractions plural forms & contractions

9, 10

Health

Talk about lifestyles of teenagers Respond to questions politely by

Listen to a talk on healthy living Tell what the text is about Note

Read a story on sharing and caring Talk about where the story took Talk about values in the text

Grammar: Modals : must, should not, must not Yes / No questions Sound system:

B4 B4 DT1 Apply knowledge Writing an informal acquired in a variety of letter situations using some

B4 DT1 E1 Able to write an informal letter using the correct format

B4 DT1 E1 Write a letter to a pen-pal in Brunei

Ask and respond to

Prepare a menu

Change text to

d /d/ and t /t/

B6

B6 DL1 relating it to life

B6 DL1 E2 vocabulary

B6 DL1 E2

Write a letter about a hobby Ask and respond politely to question on accidents Give advice to drivers and passengers

Write a paragraph on teenagers' lifestyle Listen to a talk on road safety Follow sequence of ideas Read news report Scan for details Listen to details Read a story of an accident victim Grammar: B4 Question word: Apply knowledge what acquired in a variety of Simple Past Tense: situations using some Regular verbs appropriate language Spelling rules conventions Time and place expressions Modals: must, should Sound system: f /f/ and w /w/ Vocabulary: Words related to road traffic Words webs on the road safety B5 B5 DL1 Demonstrate the ability Describing an event/ to use language in a incident and narravariety of situations ting it using largely appropriate language conventions B5 DT1 Writing a narrative B4 DB1 Reading and processing informa tion in a linear/nonlinear text B4 DB1 E1 Able to identify cause and effect relationships in a factual/ narrative text by: extracting specific information answering comprehension questions in complete sentences using appropriate conjunctions B5 DL1 E1 Able to listen and relay information about an event/ incident aptly B4 DB1 E1 Read a passage and answer questions. Match the effects to the causes

11, 12

Social Issues

Better Safe than Sorry 2 Ask and respond to questions for clarification

Read a pie chart Write a paragraph on road safety and preventing accidents Draw conclusions Identify cause and effects

Match main ideas with paragraphs Talk about the setting in a story Introduction to poem: Mr. Nobody

Recount an accident

B5 DL1 E1 Orally describe what happens in the pictures

13, 14, 15

Social Issues

Talk about school and class activities Ask questions to get information on extracurricular activities

Listen to a talk about school Read an excerpt about school thirty from a story on years ago school of the future Note important Read a poem about details school. Act out sections of the text

Grammar: B1 Prepositions of time: at, Know before, fundamental by, after, on skills in L, S, R & W Adverbs of manner Sound system: k /k/ and g /g/

B5 DT1 E1 Able to write an account of an incident/ event using correct grammar and mechanics of writing with guidance B1 DB1 B1 DB1 E1 Presenting informa Able to read aloud tion by reading aloud with proper pronunwritten texts clearly ciation & intonation and fluently

B5 DT1 E1 Write a letter about one's visit to the children's home

B1 DB1 E1 Read aloud a short text

2 School days

Identify main points

Identify main ideas Write an anouncement

16, 17, 18

Values

3 Write a letter about school Write rules for games and clubs Talk about advertisement Ask for the price of products

Understand how a poet describes a scene. Tell how events in the text are similar to one;s life Write paragraphs Understand with main ideas and figurative language supporting details Set up an exhibition Listen to a talk on Read an excerpt advertising. from a story about Note important brand-conciousness details

Vocabulary: Words related to school Suffixes: -er, -or , -ess

Building a word bank on school life Grammar: Countable nouns Spelling rules Uncountable nouns Articles Punctuation Questions words: what, when, why, where, who. Sound system: B3 Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some B3 DT2 B3 DT2 E1 B3 DT2 E1 Spelling and dictation Able to spell and take Read and take dictation of seen dictation of a passage texts

2 Making Choices

Make enquiries about products Recount a shopping experience Fill in an order form

Tell what the text is Scan for certain details. Identify supporting details. Draw conclusions Understand advertisements

Talk about values in the text Change text to dialogue Describe a character

B4 DL3 Enquiring about products or services and requesting them

B4 DL3 E1 Able to use 'wh' questions to obtain information about products or services and respond appropriately

B4 DL3 E1 Answer 'wh' questions based on a picture

s /s/ , z /z/ and es / iz/appropriate language Dictation conventions Vocabulary: Words related to things Building a word bank on the things that people use.

Write a letter about a present

Short story: Flipping Fantastic

19 - 20

MID YEAR EXAMINATION (14 - 27 MAY 2014) MID YEAR BREAK (28 MAY - 15 JUNE 2014)

TERM 2 : 16 JUNE - 21 NOVEMBER 2014 (22 WEEKS)


WEEKS
THEME/ CHAPTER LEVEL LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use LANGUAGE CONTENT STANDARD PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTOR EVIDENCE INSTRUMENT

21, 22, 23

Values

Proud to be Malaysian 2

Talk about Malaysian life. Respond appropriately to questions.

Listen to a story about a good citizen. Follow sequence of ideas. Read a text on royal symbols Deal with unfamiliar words. Talk about Malaysian flag Draw conclusions

Read a poem about a soldier's death.

Literature: Flipping Fantastic

Grammar Article for the unique things. Comparatives and superlatives Prepositions of place and direction. Simple future tense: will be going to Sound system m/m/,n/n/ and ng l/l/,ee/l:/.e/e/ Vocabulary on collective nouns

B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level

B2 DB1 Reading and locating information

B2 DB1 E2 B2 DB1 E2 Able to find the Match words to meaning of unfamiliar the meanings words from a variety of sources for example dictionary, thesaurus, etc B6 DT1 E1 Able to write a composition expressing one's opinion with reasons using correct grammar make plans: to go somewhere to do something B6 DT1 E1 Write traits of one's favourite character in a short story go to places of interest (dialogue)

Write a letter about plans for a visit. Write a diary entry

B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in an exemplary manner acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions

B6 DT1 Writing a composition expressing one's opinion arrangements

24, 25, 26

Science Science & Technology

Talk about ways of communication Give the required information

Its a Small World After All 27, 28, 29 Environment Environment Keep It, Green, Keep It, Clean

Talk about recreation parks Give a simple account of preferences Follow directions

Listen to a telephone conversation. Note important details. Listen and follow directions Read encyclopedia extracts Scan for details Identify supporting details Understand noteMake simple rules Listen to an account of a nature holiday Note important details Read announcement Scan for details Write and present

Read two poems on inventions Talk about characters in the poem. Tell how events in the poem are similar to one's life Understand figurative language Read a story on courage and compassion Make a simple prediction Talk about values in the text

Grammar Possessive pronouns: mine,yours,his,hers, ours The and zero article Punctuation apostrophes Prefix:tele

Talk about various B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B5 Demonstrate the ability to use lang in a variety of situations B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level

Thinking skills B4 DL2 Giving and following directions

B4 DL2 E1 B4 DL2 E1 Able to: Give directions orally give directions to a friend's house draw the route on a given map as directions are being given B5 DB1 E1 Able to extract relevant points & reorganize them into B2 DT1 E1 Able to write simple instructions and invitations B5 DB1 E1 Write a summary on the benefit of television

B5 DB1 Reading and summarising texts

Dictation Grammar Negative verbs Conditional clauses: If Simple past tense Irregular verbs Punctuation Sound system

B2 DT1 Writing short messages

B2 DT1 E1 Complete an invitation card using the words given

predictions Write instructions on saving the environment Recount an incident 30, 31, 32 Values Values My Brother's Keeper 1 Ask and respond Ask and respond to questions

plans Write anouncement for a competition Draw conclusions Predict outcome

Change text to

th, Words related to environment Homophones The Boscombe Valley Mystery Building a word bank

Seek clarification 3

Talk about raising Read a story on Grammar B3 raising funds love and Some,each,will Use knowledge Listen to a talk on compassion *to show request acquired through becoming a volunteer *to affirm listening, speaking, Follow sequence reading and writing of ideas Use knowledge Read a news report Sound system acquired through Understand the ch.j listening, speaking, meaning of words reading and writing clues characters Talk Homographs Scan for details about values in the Building a word bank Read a chart text Talk about the on words that show Write anouncement *The Boscombe Valley Mystery Write a story about caring families caring families Listen to a talk by an achiever Note important details about Lat Follow sequence of ideas Find meanings of unfamiliar words Identify main ideas Identify supporting

Reading and Able to find the identifying information meaning of unfamiliar in a linear/non-linear words by using text contextual clues

33, 34, 35

Values

Talk about setting records Talk about achievements

It

Read poem about confidence Recite lines to notice rhyme of the poem in the poem

Grammar B6 Demostrative Appreciate literary pronouns: this,these works and present that,those ideas critically in an Present Continuous works and present Possessive adjective exemplary manner my,your,his,her,our Sound system

B6 DB1 Reading and processing information at a processing higher order

B6 DB1 E1

B6 DB1 E1

outcomes and draw answer the questions grammatically correct structures

2 3

The Boscombe Valley Mystery l/l/,v/v/,aa and a Dictation

36, 37, 38

Science & Technology

Talk about changing world

Our Changing World

Discussing of a national event Write a story on patriotism Listen to a radio broadcast Follow sequence of ideas Read extracts from an interview Scan for details Write instructions on how to use an ATM Understand the meaning of words using contextual clues Identify main ideas Complete a chart

Words related to building Read a poem about change Find out the meaning of words Grammar Irregular plurals WHQ Conjunctions: and,but,or Tenses and time expressions Sound system h/h/ and y/j/ Dictation Tell how values in the poem are similar to one's life Vocabulary Building big words from small words Similes Building word bank on a similes B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in an exemplary manner B6 DL1 Listening and responding to literary works by giving one's opinion of the text and relating it to life B6 DL1 E3 Able to explain the message/theme/ values the writer is trying to convey using correct grammar and vocabulary B6 DL1 E3 Read a poem and explain the message, theme and value

Discuss what you would do if you were in charge of the country

Write the ending of a story Write a recipe of happiness

Compose simple lines Convey the poet's message in own words

39, 40

END OFYEAR EXAMINATION


41, 42

LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES Prepared by, Revised by, Approved by,

Pn. Nur Syuhada' binti Ridzuan English Teacher

Pn. Zafirah binti Zulkifle Head of English Panel

En. Mohd Fauzan bin Mat Jam Jam Head of Language Department

FORM 2 KBSM ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2014 SEKOLAH BINA INSAN
TERM 1: 2 JAN - 27 MAY 2013 (20 weeks)
WEEKS THEME/ CHAPTER 1 2 3 4, 5 Chapter 1 GOOD TIMES TOGETHER 2 (People) 1 Asking questions politely to get information Asking questions and making statements Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts Identifying important ideas by listening and checking a list Writing paragraphs with a clear focus LEVEL LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use LANGUAGE CONTENT STANDARD PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTOR EVIDENCE INSTRUMENT

SCHOOL MANAGEMENT MEETINGS FORM ONE REGISTRATION & ORIENTATION FORM TWO & FORM FIVE REGISTRATION & REORIENTATION Reciting a poem with feeling and expression Mr Nobody' Talking about the place and time the story took place - 'One Is One and All Alone.' Talking about values found in a text One Is One and All Alone' Describe characters Narrate sequence of events Grammar Wh-questions Contractions Sound System r/r/-run, rate l/l/-late, oil Vocabulary Words to describe people and things Words related to descriptions of holidays B3 Use knowledge acquired through L, S, R ,W B3 DL2 Able to answer comprehension questions orally B1 DL1 Listening to and discriminating initial and final consonants, long and short vowels and diphtongs B1 DB1 Reading and scanning for details B3 DL2 E2 Able to answer comrehension questions orally. BI DL 1 E1 Able to identify initial and final consonants, long and short vowels and diphthongs B1 DB1 E1 Able to scan the text for details to complete a given task. B2 DL1 E1 Able to ask questions to get information and respond appropriately to questions. B2 DB1 E1 Able to acquire a range of vocabulary by identifying: synonyms, antonyms and hypernyms. B3 DL2 E2 Listen to a text. Answer questions orally. BI DL 1 E1 Listen and cicle the words that begin and end with the /l/ and /r/ sound, etc. B1 DB1 E1 Read an advertisement and answer questions.

B1 Know fundamental skills in L, S, R ,W

Writing letters to friends

B1 Know fundamental skills in L, S, R ,W

6, 7

Chapter 2 JOBS PEOPLE DO (People)

Talking about one`s ambitions and hopes

Telling what text is about

Asking questions and making statements Reading articles and discussing points of interest with friends: recalling ideas giving opinions

Identifying important ideas by listening Jotting down key ideas of a text listened

Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar wordsHeir Conditioning Give the sequence of events - One Is One and All Alone.. Write a simple paragraph One Is One and All Alone' Describe plot and settings

Grammar Positive and negative sentence Collective nouns Sound System v/v/-view,weave w/w/-wind,week Vocabulary Words related to certain job and objects used in certain jobs

B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level

B2 DL1 Talking about one's pastimes, routines, ambitions and hopes

B2 DL1 E1 Read a conversation and make a similar conversation with a partner on ambition.

B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level

B2 DB1 Acquiring a range of vocabulary by reading texts

B2 DB1 E1 Read a text and find words that have the same meaning, the opposite meaning and in the same group of words.

Chapter 3 CHANGING SCENES (People and Environment)

Listening to and identifying similiarities and differences

Telling what text is about

Retelling a story from a point of view- One Is One and All Alone'

Grammar Adjectives of comparisons, comparatives and superlatives Sound System s/s/-sail,class z/z/-zebra,raise Vocabulary Words related to towns and villages

B3 Use knowledge acquired through L, S, R, W

B3 DL 2 Listening to and understanding messages and descriptions.

B3 DL2 E1 Able to identify main ideas and supporting details

Seeking clarification on what was said and responding appropriately Writing an application form.

Identifying important ideas by listening and checking a list

Poem: Heir Conditioning' Talking about the theme of the poem. Reciting a poem. U/standing figurative language & U/standing poetic devices.

B3 DL2 E1 Listen to a job description and complete the table given with the correct answers.

Jotting down key ideas of a text listened

B1 Know fundamental skills in L, S, R ,W

B1 DT2 Understanding the requirement of application forms

B1 DT2 E1 Able to complete an applicaton form.

B1 DT2 E1 Complete an application form.

9,10

Chapter 4 CITY EXTRA (People and Environment)

Scanning for details

Noting important details Following sequence of events

Participating in conversation

Recognizing elements in a drama Rumplestiltskin Talking about the characteristics of Rumplestiltskin Composing dialogues Literature Component Talk about message Describe the author`s point of view - One Is One and All Alone'

Grammar Simple Present Tense Conjunctions Sound System a/oe/-flat, bank Vocabulary Words related to city life and environment and problems in the city

B3 Use knowledge acquired through L, S, R, W

Writing a simple dialogue

B3 Use knowledge acquired through L, S, R, W

B3 DB1 Processing texts read by identifying main ideas and supporting details. B3 DL1 Giving compliments and responding appropriately.

B3 DBI E1 Able to identify main ideas and supporting details B3 DL1 E1 Able to compliment someone and respond appropriately to the compliment. B3 DT1 E1 Able to write a description on a topic of interest.

B3 DBI E1 Based on the poster given, fill in the blanks with suitable answers. B3 DL1 E1 Prepare a dialogue orally to be presented in front of the class.

B3 Use knowledge acquired through L, S, R, W

B3 DT1 Listening to and understanding messages and descriptions

B3 DT1 E1 Use the word table to describe a seaside resort.

11,12

Chapter 5 THE VALUES OF FRIENDSHIP (People and Social Issues)

Asking politely to get information Asking questions and making statements Write a short letter

Telling what the text is about Identifying main ideas in simple text Making simple predictions of outcomes,giving reasons

Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words. RumplestiltskinTalking about characters in a story and writing a simple paragraph on one/two characters in a story

Grammar Adverbs of place and time Simple Past Tense

Sound System u/u:/-tool, pruoe, loot i/i:/-bead, eat Vocabulary Words related to qualities in a person

B2 Understand meanings at word, phrase and sentence level

B2 DT 1 Writing informal letters

B2 DT1 E1 Able to write a letter on a topic of interest in about 120 words

B2 DT1 E1 Complete a letter.

13,14

Chapter 6 DAY IN, DAY OUT (People and Social Issues)

Giving oral and written instructions to do something Write a report

Acquiring informational skills

Acting out sections of a text Rumplestiltskin Talking about how events, characters and values in the text that are similar to those experience in one`s life Talk about the theme and writing paragraph

Grammar Simple Present Tense Sequence Connectors B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in an exemplary manner. B4 DT1 Writing reports B4 DT1 E1 Able to write a report using the correct format and appropriate grammar. B6 DL1 E1 Able to draw similarities/differences between one's life and that of the character's B4 DT1 E1 Write a report based on the information presented in the pie chart. B6 DL1 E1 Listen to a text read by a teacher and discuss the similarities/differences between one's life and that of the character's

Identifying important ideas

Sound System /d/-cod, cot /j:/-caught

Reading article and discussing points of interest with friends

Making simple predictions of outcomes,giving reasons

Vocabulary Words related to daily routine

Describe the character Write the plot

B6 DL1 Responding to literary works by giving one's opinion of the text read/ heard and relating it to life.

15,16

Chapter 7 PRECIOUS MOMENTS (People and Social Issues

Talking about one`s pastime Participating in teacher-guided class discussions on topics of interest Writing a simple message or an e-mail

Acquiring informational skills Making decision with others

Acting out sections of Rumplestiltskin Making simple predictions

Grammar Modal verbs Articles Sound System d/d/-freed,saved d/t/-placed,raced Vocabulary Words related to using time wisely

Drawing obvious conclusions

Heir conditioningUnderstanding some figurative language

B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B1 Know fundamental skills in L, S, R ,W

B4 DL2 Making decisions with others to do something

B4 DL2 E1 Able to discuss and come to a decision on a gift for someone. B1 DT1 E1 Able to write a message or an e-mail

B4 DL2 E1 Discuss with friends to buy a gift for a teacher who is getting married. B1 DT1 E1 Write a reply to an e-mail

B1 DT1 Writing messages

17,18

Chapter 8 A HEALTHIER YOU (Health and People)

Asking questions politely to get information Making decision with others Writing a recount

Recounting orally what events took place Identifying supporting details or ideas Drawing obvious conclusions

Make inferences and draw conclusions about theme and message -drama Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words - poem: Mr Nobody Making simple predictions Composing dialogues Literature Component Short Story: Describe plot and setting Describe theme

Grammar Prepositions of time Prepositions of direction

B5 Demonstrate the ability to use language in a variety of situations using largely appropriate language conventions B5 Demonstrate the ability to use language in a variety of situations using largely appropriate language conventions B5 Demonstrate the ability to use language in a variety of situations using largely appropriate language conventions

B5 DL1 Recounting events that took place

B5 DL1 E1 Able to recount a public event

B5 DL1 E1 Share own experience with classmates after taking part in the school beautifying and cleaning activity. B5 DB1 E1 Read a story and provide a suitable ending. Give a reason or reasons to support the story. B5 DT1 E1 Write on an event / incident based on the pictures and notes given.

Sound System Past tense forms Vocabulary Words related to a healthy lifestyle and health problems

B5 DB 1 Processing texts read by making predictions

B5 DT 1 Writing on events or incidents

B5 DB1 E1 Able to predict the ending of a story, supporting it by giving a reason/reasons. B5 DT1 E1 Able to write on an event/incident

19 - 20

MID YEAR EXAMINATION (14 - 27 MAY 2014) MID YEAR BREAK (28 MAY - 15 JUNE 2014)

TERM 2 : 16 JUNE - 21 NOVEMBER 2014 (22 WEEKS)


WEEKS THEME/ CHAPTER 21, 22, 23 HEALTH IS WEALTH (Health and Social Issues) 2 LEVEL LANGUAGE OUTCOMES/CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION Interpersonal Use environmental issues and problems Listen to complaints and identify problems Suggest solutions to problems Informational Use conversations Aesthetic Use structure of a srory. Rumpelstiltskin LANGUAGE CONTENT Modal verbsmust,mustn`t Plural nouns Sound System Past tense forms: ed/id/ and ied/aid Vocabulary Words related to health issues. Body language. Words found in letters to the editor Grammar `some` and `any` Prepositions of measure Sound System Plural forms /s/ and /z/ Vocabulary Words related to labels Words related to shopping B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B4 DL3 Makng detailed enquiries about services offered and responding appropriately. B4 DL3 E1 Able to ask questions to obtain details about services offered and give appropriate responses upon receiving the information B4 DL3 E1 Work in pairs to come with a dalogue by using the information in an advertisement. STANDARD PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTOR EVIDENCE INSTRUMENT

Read and locate information in letters Identify causes and effects of problems.Write a composition

Talking about the theme of the story.

24,25,26

Chapter 10 WISE CHOICES (People and Social Issues)

Talk about advertisement and products Sequence a dialogue Agree and disagree politely

Rearrange sentences to form a dialogue

Poems: 1' Mr Nobody 2. Heir Conditioning Writing a poem in another genre.

Read and locate information from a text

Listen to a story and give a recount of it orally

Write a dialogue

Make simple predictions as to what will happen next. Literature Component Rumplestiltskin

B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions

B4 DB1 Processing texts read by identifying cause and effect relationships B4 DL1 Participating in a conversation by: agreeing politely disagreeing politely

B4 DB1 E1 Able to identify cause and effect relationships in a linear text by extracting specific information to complete a graphic organiser. B4 DL1 E1 Able to discuss a particular topic by agreeying or disagreeing

B4 DB1 E1 Read a speech and complete a chart with the information given in the text.

B4 DL1 E1 Work in pairs to come with a dalogue.

27,28.29

Chapter 11 LOOKING AHEAD (People and Social Issues)

Talk about one`s dreams, hopes and ambitions Ask questions politely to get information

Listening to and understanding a text

Rumpelstiltskin: Preparing stage facilities,lighting design costume design, makeup, sound and sound effects, props Talking about characters in a story and writing a simple paragraph on one/ two characters

Grammar The apostrophe Future time using will ' Sound System Plural forms /iz/,/vz/ and /aiz/ Vocabulary Words related to ambitions

Reading and identifying important ideas in an interview

Retell a story

30,31,32

Chapter 12 WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. (Science and Technology)

Asking questions politely to get information Participating in teacher - guided class discussions Jotting down key ideas of a text listened to

Following sequence of ideas

Retelling the story in one`s own words

Grammar Rules of subjectverb agreement Sound System Dipthongs: /au/ and /eu/ Vocabulary Words related to recycling

Identifying main ideas and supporting details

Giving the sequence of events

B4 Apply knowledge acquired in a variety of situations using some appropriate language conventions B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in an exemplary manner. B6 Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in an exemplary manner.

B4 DB1 Processing texts read by identifying cause and effect relationships B6 DB1 Processing texts read by drawing conclusions.

Write a story

Talking about characters in a story

B4 DB1 E2 Able to relate the causes and effects from a non-linear text to complete a given tasks B6 DB1 E1 Able to draw conclusions from a variety of text.

B4 DB1 E2 Read the poster and choose the best ANSWER for the questions that follows. B6 DB1 E1 Read an article and answer the question by giving opinions.

Literature Component Rumpelstiltskin

B6 DT 1 Writing stories

B6 DT1 E1 Able to write a story based on the pictures given by including a moral value.

B6 DT1 E1 Write out a story based on the pictures given in paragraphs in about 180 words.

33,34

Chapter 13 GARDEN TREASURES (Science and Technology)

Giving oral and written instruction to do something Participating in teacher - guided class discussions Writing a short letter (with guidance) to a friend about one`s hobby Read and locate information in a poem

Reciting poem with feelings and with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress and rhythm. Understanding literal and figurative meaning.

Grammar Imperatives, wh words- to ask questions Sound System Dipthongs /e/ and /u/ Vocabulary Words related to a poem Words related to gardens Dictionary work Grammar The future time-' going to', Simple and Compound sentences Sound System Stress in compound words Vocabulary Words related to Rafflesia Words related to catchment areas Words related to trees

Read a description of a hobby Write a short composition about a hobby

Rumpelstiltskin: Representation by actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action. Rumpelstiltskin: Retelling stories in one's own words

35,36

Chapter 14 SAVE OUR JUNGLES (Science and Technology)

Responding appropriately to questions by stating, refuting and giving details Participating in teacher - guided class discussions Read and locate information in an article Writing a composition

Talking about values and themesin the story. Narrating the sequence of events. Representation by actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action.

37,38

Chapter 15 A PEEP INTO THE FUTURE (Science and Technology)

Talk about life in the future based on situations Listen to a text and sequence pictures Participating in teacher - guided class discussions on topics of interest by giving one`s opinion Reading newspaper articles, letter to the editor, etc. and discussing points of discussing points of

Read and locate information in a story Write responses to picture stimuli. Noting important details

Drama:Rumpelstiltskin Technical Production Act out a drama.

Grammar Modal verbs: may and might Adverbs of manner Sound System Stresses in two and three syllable words Vocabulary Words related to a story Words related to the future

Representation by actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action. Saying what one thinks about the text and writing a paragraph or two An Overview

Write a story

39,40

END OF YEAR EXAMINATION (27 OCT - 7 NOV)


41, 42

LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES

Prepared by,

Revised by,

Approved by,

Pn. Nur Syuhada' binti Ridzuan English Teacher

Pn. Zafirah binti Zulkifle Head of English Panel

En. Mohd Fauzan bin Mat Jam Jam Head of Language Department

FORM 5 KBSM ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK 2014 SEKOLAH BINA INSAN
TERM 1: 2 JAN - 27 MAY 2013 (20 weeks)
WEEK 1 2 3 4-7 People Great Expectations Dare to Be Different 2 Take part in discussions on career choices 1 Exchange ideas THEME / TOPIC LEVEL LEARNING OUTCOMES / CURRICULUM SPECIFICATIONS Interpersonal Use Informational Use Aesthetic Use School Management Form One Registration & Orientation Form Two & Form Five Registration & Reorientation Listen to a interview Exchanging ideas about careers Complete a word web Read for details Deduce meaning of words from context Summarise: reduce the length of the text Make inferences In the Midst of Hardship Retelling the poem Step by Wicked Step Grammar Tenses: Simple present Present continuous Subject-verb agreement Countable and uncountable nouns Articles Punctuation: Apostrophe Vocabulary Descriptive words for people Using Apt words 1 Listen to an interview: identify main ideas 2 MCQ 3 Circle the adjectives 4 Sequence main ideas 5 Answer Wh-questions 6 Shorten sentences 7 Write a summary 8 Complete a word web 9 Identify countable and uncountable nouns 10 Underline the correct verb 11 Complete a text 13 Insert the apostrophe 14 Write a formal letter: job application 15 Write a curriculum vitae 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Listen and fill in a chart Complete a table Answer Wh-questions Match words with meaning Join ideas with logical connectors Write a summary Complete a word web Complete sentences Complete a text Insert punctuation marks Write a factual essay on Thinking skills: Hypothesizing Preparation for the Real World: Writing a job application and a curriculum vitae LANGUAGE CONTENTS ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES

Understand cultural background Talk about values

Write a job application Understand literal letter and a CV and figurative (formal letter) meaning Talk about the theme

7-8

People and Environment Rain on Trial Deforestation

Exchange ideas on topics of interest

Listen to an interiew: note important details

Step by Wicked Step Are You Still Playing Your Flute? Read a play: identify Describe the setting main ideas and details; Describe characters understand contextual clues Summarise: write concisely and link ideas using logical connectors Write about cause and effect

Grammar Prepositions of time Logical connectors Conjunctions Punctuation: exclamation marks, full stop, question mark Wh-question words Vocabulary Word formation

Thinking skills: Giving opinions and evaluating ICT skills: Internet for research Multiple Intelligences: Spatial, Interpersonal

Take part in discussions

Write a recount Identify cause and effects Make inferences Listen to info in a fact sheet

Understand literal and figurative meaning

using suffixes Word collocation Compound nouns

8 - 11 Social Issues Rights, wrongs and respon sibilities

Step by Wicked Step Grammar Reported speech punctuation: Read two extracts the colon Exchange ideas and Identify main ideas in Describe characters brackets opinions on topics of Summarise: Explore the plot Adverbs of : interest write a summary Retelling an manner & degree Write on different view interesting / a certainty points (express significant event Tenses: opinion) Present perfect Simple past and Give opinions on Make inferences past continuous social issues Vocabulary Phrasal verbs Idioms

cause and effect 12 Write a recount on how one due with the haze 13 Write descriptions of characters 1 Listen and identify incorrect information 2 Express ideas on rights and responsibilities 3 Answer wh-questions 4 MCQ 5 Write a summary 6 Identify meaning of phrasal verbs 7 Change direct speech to reported speech 8 Complete texts 9 Punctuate sentences 10 Write an essay expressing view points 11 Write meanings of idioms 12 Identify and explain the themes of a novel

Thinking skills: Giving opinions with supporting details

12

MID TERM TEST

13 - 14 Health Cloud of Concern

2 Giving up Smoking

Persuade somone not to do something/ to participate in activities Defend one's point of view with reasons

Read a virtual pamphlet Step by Wicked Step Grammar scan for details He Had Such Quiet Prepositions of Eyes place, directions Interrogative Identify main ideas and Talk about moral pronouns important details values Modals Understand contextual Retell an event that Gerunds clues teaches a moral Adverbs of time and Summarise: value frequency write a summary Make inferences Write an article Write a speech Vocabulary Word association Connotation Collocation

1 Use expressions to give advice and to persuade 2 Locate information Answer wh-questions 3 Give evidence to support statements 5 Match words with meanings 6 Write a summary 7 Fill in the blanks 8 Construct wh-questions 9 Complete texts 10 Write an article 11 Write a speech 12 Identify moral values and examples of moral values 13 Retelling an event that teaches a moral value 1 Answer wh-questions 2 Find words with same meanings 3 Make predictions 4 Form words with prefixes and suffixes 5 Fill in the blanks 6 Complete texts 7 Identify simple, compound and complex senteces 8 Construct compond and complex senteces 9 Write the text for a talk 10 Write an informal letter to persuade someone 11 Discuss the themes 12 Give opinion

Thinking skills: solving problems Multiple Intelligences: Linguistic, logicalmathematical, spatial

15 - 17 Science and Technology Waste Not, Want Not

Take part in discussion Ask and respond to questions politely

Internet

Listen to a talk: recall main ideas Read the text of a speech Identify main ideas and important details Understand contextual clues Summarise: write a summary Make inferences Predict outcomes Draw conclusions Write a text of a talk

Step by Wicked Step Tenses: Nature Past Perfect Simple future Preposition of Identify main themes association Giving one's opinion Phrasal verbs Modals Vocabulary Prefixes Word formation Word association

Thinking skills: making predictions evaluating Preparation for the Real World: Solving problems of waste disposal

18 19 - 20

Revision

MID YEAR EXAMINATION ( 6 May - 17 May 2013 )

TERM 2: 16 JUNE - 12 NOV. 2013 (22 weeks)

THEME / LEVEL TOPIC 21 - 23 Social Issues 1 Of Brands and Trends Indiscipline among Students

WEEK

LEARNING OUTCOME / CURRICULUM Interpersonal Use Informational Use Listen to radio commercials: note important details Compare and Read an article:scan contrast information for details Identify main ideas and understand contextual clues Summarise a text Compare and contrast data from graphs and charts Make inferences Write a report based on a chart

SPECIFICATION LANGUAGE Aesthetic Use CONTENTS Step by Wicked Step Grammar Review poems Adjectives Adjectives ; functioning as of a novel nouns Express likes or Articles dislikes on character Prepositions of Discuss a character purpose that you sympathise The passive Punctuation: Underlining for emphasis Vocabulary Homophones Homonyms Word association

ACTIVITIES 1 Listen and choose MCQ 2 True/False statements 3 Identify evidence to support statements 4 Answer Wh-questions 5 Write a summary 6 Make sentences 7 Fill in the blanks 8 Complete a text 9 Rewrite sentences into passives 10 Write a report based on a chart 11 Write an argumentative essay 12 Discuss characters 13 Discuss the ending of a novel 14 Discuss homophones

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES Thinking Skills: Compare and contrast Make judgements Preparation for the Real World: Being a discern ing consumer Multiple Intelligences: Verbal-linguistic ICT Skills: Using websites

24 - 26 People and Culture Tsunami A wedding

Exchange ideas on topics of interest

Read an article:scan for details Identify main ideas Understand contextual clues Summarise a text Make inferences Write a descriptive essay Write a recount of an Discuss the themes event

Step by Wicked Step Grammar Review poems Adjectives: Order of adjectives Explore each line in Comparison of stanzas adjectives Discuss moral values The passive Vocabulary Descriptive words Word association

27 - 28 Values

1 2

Exchange ideas on topics of interest Read an article:scan for details Identify main ideas Understand contextual clues Summarise a text Make inferences Write a description of a place

Tourism in Malaysia

Step by Wicked Step Review poems Explore each line in stanzas Discuss moral values

Grammar Modals Phrasal verbs Conjuctions Logical connectors Prepositions Vocabulary Descriptive words Word association

Discuss the themes

1 Group discussions 2 Answer Wh-questions 3 Match words with meanings 4 Write a summary 5 Fill in the blanks 6 Complete a text 7 Rewrite sentences into passives 8 Write a descriptive essay 9 Write a recount of an event 10 Discuss moral values 11 Discuss the themes 12 Discuss figurative meaning 1 Group discussions 2 Answer Wh-questions 3 Match words with meanings 4 Write a summary 5 Fill in the blanks 6 Complete a text 7 Write a reflective essay: description of a place 8 Discuss figurative meaning 9 Discuss moral values and themes

Thinking Skills: Evaluationg ICT Skills: Accessing the Internet for information

Thinking skills: compare and contrast making judgement

29 30 - 32 33 - 40 41 - 42

Revision

TRIAL EXAMINATION FOR SPM (18 August - 4 Sept ) Strategies for SPM Examination & Pre SPM ( 8 Sept - 31 Oct 2013 ) SPM EXAMINATION (3 Nov. - 4 Dec 2013)
Prepared by, Revised by, Approved by,

Pn. Nur Syuhada' binti Ridzuan English Teacher

Pn. Zafirah binti Zulkifle Head of English Panel

En. Mohd Fauzan bin Mat Jam Jam Head of Language Department