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LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

WEEK/
DATE
WEEK
1
2
[ 2 JAN 4
JAN]
&
[7JAN 11
JAN]

WEEK
3
4
[14 JAN 18
JAN]
&
[21 JAN -25
JAN]

TOPIC/THEME
THEME :1
PEOPLE AND
VALUES
Getting to Know
You

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and opinions
on topic of interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL USE
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles

THEME: 1
PEOPLE AND
VALUES

GRAMMAR
Subject- verb
agreement
Present perfect
tense

ACTIVITIES

1. Introduce yourself
2. Write dialogues
3. Reading
Comprehension
4. Meaning in context
5. Writing a journal
6. Use subject verb
agreement and the
present perfect
tense correctly
7. Summary skills.

Positive and
negative statements
Past perfect tense
1 Exchange ideas,
information and opinions on
various cultures in Malaysia.
2. Use the past perfect
tense correctly
Make positive and negative
statements
3. Write informal letters
4. Reading Comprehension.
5. Summary Skills
6. Listening
7. Word Builder

MALAYSIAN
TAPESTRY

DATELINE

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE
WEEK
4
5

TOPIC/THEME
THEME : 1
PEOPLE AND
VALUES

(Jan 28- 01 Scale The


FEB)
Heights
& (04 FEB08 FEB)

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE
1.1(b)
Taking part in conversation
and discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and opinions on
topic of interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL USE
2.1(c)
Reading materials in print
such as reports and articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and articles
2.3(e)
Expanding notes and
outlines
2.3(g)
Summarizing information

WEEK
THEME :
6
PEOPLE AND
7
VALUES
[04 FEB -08
FEB]
The S- Files

GRAMMAR

ACTIVITIES

1. Extract main ideas and


2.
Adjectives of
quality
Adjectives of
comparison

3.
4.
5.
6.

Prepositions of
place, position,
direction and
association

7.
8.

1. Identify various popular


2.

[11FEB -15
FEB]

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

details
Identify sequence of
ideas.
Interpret non-linear texts
such as maps and
diagaram
Summarize information
by picking out the topic
sentence
Make and expand notes
Understand adjectives
that show comparison
Summary skills
Writing an Article

sports by understanding
sports language
Recognize the qualities
needed to be a high
achiever
Summarize the
information given
Compare different
viewpoints
write a newspaper report
Reading comprehension
Meaning in context

WEEK/
DATE

WEEK
8 &9

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
TOPIC/THEME
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMAIONAL USE

SCALE THE
HEIGHTS

[18 FEB THEME :


22 FEB] PEOPLE AND
VALUES
[25 FEB
-01 MAC]

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
GRAMMAR
ACTIVITIES
AESTHETIC USE

Poem:
In The Midst of
Hardship
3.1(a)
Understanding and
telling in ones own
words the poem
heard and read
- INTRODUCTION
- LITERARY DEVICES
Metaphor

Simile

Personification
Identifying
message/theme

Prepositions of
place, position,
direction and
association

Modals need
and should

1.Understand
variety of texts
1. Exchange ideas,
information and
opinions on
scenic spots
2. Summarize
information
3. Present
information in a
non- linear form
4. Arrange
information into
a table
5. Writing a
description of a
Scenic Tourist
Spot.

DATELINE
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LANGUAGE CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

WEEK 10
[04 MAC
-08 MAC]

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMAIONAL USE

DO WE NEED 1.1(b)
2.1(a)
DAMS
Taking part in
Listening to
conversation and
information
THEME :
discussion
2.1(c)
ENVIRONMENT 1.2(b)
Reading materials in
Discussing plans and print such as
arrangements,
advertisements
solving problems and 2.2(a)
making decisions
Skimming and
1.3(a)
Scanning
Making enquiries and 2.2(f)
ordering goods and Drawing conclusions
services.
2.3(a)
1.3(b)
Writing letters to
Making complaints
express
and responding to
unsatisfaction
complaints
2.3(e)
Expanding notes and
outlines

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

Modals need
POEM:
and should
HE HAD SUCH
QUIET EYES
3.1(a)
Understanding and
telling in ones own
words the POEM read
3.1(b)
Recognizing
elements in a poem
such as persona and
point of view.
3.1
Explaining the
message the writer is
trying to convey.

WEEK 11 [11 MAC -15 MAC]


PENILAIAN KURIKULUM 1

DATELINE
Activities

1. Reading Scan
for details and
gather information
to complete a table
2. Listening
identify statements
as T/F
3.Reading Identify
main idea and
supporting details
4. reading study
structure of a
speech
5. Reading
identify the cause
and effect
6. reading Draw
conclusions and
complete a flow
chart
Writing Summary

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LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

1.1(b)
WEEK ALL CREATURES Taking part in
12,13,14 GREAT AND
conversation and
SMALL
discussion
[18 MAC1.1(d)
22 MAC] THEME :
Exchanging ideas,
ENVIRONMENT information and
[01
AND VALUES
opinions on topic of
APRIL- 05
interest
APRIL]
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
[08 APRIL
arrangements, solving
12
problems and making
APRIL]
decisions

DATELINE

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

2.1(a)
Listening to
Drama:
Conjunctions:
information
Gulp and Gasp
However Adverbs
2.1(c)
3.1(a)
of degree
Reading materials in Understanding and
print such as reports telling in ones own
and a talk
words the story read
2.2(a)
3.1(b)
Skimming and
Recognizing
Scanning
elements in a story
2.2(b)
such as characters
Extracting main ideas and plot of the story.
and details
3.1(c)
2.2(d)
Explaining the
Getting the meaning message the writer is
in context
trying to convey.
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Activities

1.Listening Note
important details
of a conversation
2. reading Scan
for details and
follow sequence
of ideas
3. Reading
study structure of
a letter of appeal
4. Reading for
main idea and
supporting
details, to draw
conclusions and
differentiate fact
from myth
Writing
summary (80
words)
Writing a letter of
appeal
Apply process
writing procedure

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WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEM
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
E
INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMAIONAL USE

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
(15 APRIL
1.1(d)
-19 APRIL] Special People Exchanging ideas,
Page:121
information and
opinions on topic of
[22 APRIL
interest
26
1.2(b)
APRIL]
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions
WEEK
15,16

THEME :
PEOPLE AND
VALUES

2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and a talk
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

DATELINE

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
Drama:
Gulp and Gasp
3.1(b)
Recognising elements
such as the storyline
and events(in
sequence).
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the writer is
trying to convey.

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

Prepositions of Listening Note


direction
important details in a
conversation
Active and
2. Reading - study the
passive voice structure of a report
3. Understanding
formation of
compound words
4. Writing summary
(90 words)
5. Expanding notes
and outlines
6. Reading Identify
points of view in an
forum
7. reading Draw
conclusions from
facts given

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMAIONAL USE

WEEK 17, THEME :


SCIENCE AND 1.1(b)
2.1(c)
[29 APRIL 03 TECHNOLOGY Taking part in
Reading materials in
MEI]
conversation and
print such as reports
discussion
and a talk
PROFILE OF 1.1(d)
2.2(a)
PRODUCTS
Exchanging ideas,
Skimming and
information and
Scanning
opinions on topic of 2.2(b)
interest
Extracting main
1.2(b)
ideas and details
Discussing plans and 2.3(a)
arrangements,
Writing reports
solving problems and 2.3(g)
making decisions
Summarizing
information

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

Short story:
Nouns
The Fruit Cake
functioning
Special
adjectives
3.1 (a)
Gerunds as
Understanding and complements of
telling in one owns the verb to be
words the story read.
3.1(b)
Recognising
elements such as the
storyline and events
(in sequence).

WEEK 18 & 19
MID YEAR EXAMINATION
06 MEI 23 MEI

Activities

Listening Note details of


announcements
2. Reading Scan mail order
catalogue
3. Reading identify
sequence of ideas in a
brochure
4. Using a dictionary
5. Reading Study format of
a formal letter
6. Reading identify main
ideas and supporting details
7.Writing Fill in an order
form
8. Writing summary (100
words)
9. Writing Reply to a letter
and respond to a complaint

DATELINE

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEME

WEEK 21 MALAYSIAN
& 22
INDUSTRIES

LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE INFORMAIONAL USE

1.1(b)
Taking part in
(10 MAY THEME :
conversation and
14 MAY) SCIENCE AND discussion
TECHNOLOGY 1.1(d)
[17 JUN 21
Exchanging ideas,
JUN]
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and a talk
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.3(a)
Writing reports
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

LEARNING CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASIS

Short story:
Prepositions of 1. Listening Note
The Fruit Cake
time: since,
important details
Special
during, until, 2. Study structure of an
3.1 (a)
within,
article.
Understanding and Infinites as
3. Reading Guidelines for
telling in one owns objects of
writing an article
words the story read. verbs
Listening Identify given
3.1(b)
statements as T/F
Recognising
4. Writing Summary (100
elements such as the
words)
storyline and events
5. Writing A friendly letter
(in sequence).
6. Apply process writing
skills write an article

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LANGUAGE CONTENT
DATELINE
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
GRAMMAR
INFORMAIONAL USE
AESTHETIC USE

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

WEEK
23,24,25

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

SAY YES TO
HEALTHY
LIVING, SAY
NO TO
ADDICTION

1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
THEME :
Exchanging ideas,
PEOPLE AND information and
[24 JUN SOCIAL ISSUES opinions on topic of
28 JUN]
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
[01 JULAI
arrangements, solving
-05 JULAI]
problems and making
decisions
[08 JULAI
-12 JULAI]

TOPIC/THEME LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL USE

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2.1(a)
Revision:
Colon (:)
1. Listening Note
Listening to a
The Poems.
Prepositions of details to fill in the
conversation
purpose
blanks
2.1(c)
3.1(c)
2. Reading Note
Reading materials in Explaining the
important details to
print such as an
message the writer is
complete a chart
article
trying to convey.
3. Reading study
2.2(a)
structure of a
Skimming and
paragraph a
Scanning
expository essay
2.2(b)
4. Reading identify
Extracting main ideas
main ideas in a text
and details
5. Understanding
2.2(d)
contextual clues
Getting the meaning
6. Writing summary
in context
(110 words)
2.2(f)
7. Expanding notes
Drawing conclusions
and outlines
2.3(a)
8. Writing an
Writing letters of
expository essay
complaint
Apply process writing
2.3(g)
skills
Summarizing
information

LLEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

Activities

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL USE AESTHETIC USE

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GRAMMAR

DATELINE
Activities

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WEEK MENTAL
26,27,28 HEALTH
[15JULAI19 JULAI]
[22 JULAI
-26 JULAI]
[29 JULAI
-01 AUG]

1.1(b)
Taking part in
THEME :
conversation and
PEOPLE AND discussion
SOCIAL ISSUES 1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1(a)
Listening to a
conversation
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as an
article
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main
ideas and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing an article of
process
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Revision:
Adjectives as
Short Stories and nouns
Drama
Gerunds as
objects of
3.1(b)
prepositions
Understanding and
analyzing elements
in a story such as
characters and plot
of the story.
3.1(c)
Explaining the
message the writer is
trying to convey.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
WEEK/
DATE

TOPIC/THEME LANGUAGE FOR


INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

1. Listening Note
important details in
a poem
2. Reading Scan
for details and
convert information
into a poster
3. Reading
understand
contextual clues
4. Writing summary
(120 words)

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

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GRAMMAR

Activities

DATELINE
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1.1(b)
2.1(a)
WEEK OF DOWNS
Taking part in
Listening to a
Revision:
29 &30 AND DYLEXIA conversation and conversation
Short Stories
Phrasal verbs
discussion
2.1(c)
3.1(b)
Use of brackets
THEME :
1.1(d)
Reading materials Understanding and
[02 AUG PEOPLE AND Exchanging ideas, in print such as an analyzing
20 AUG] VALUES
information and
article
elements in a story
opinions on topic 2.2(a)
such as characters
of interest
Skimming and
and plot of the
1.2(b)
Scanning
story.
Discussing plans 2.2(b)
3.1(c)
and arrangements, Extracting main
Explaining the
solving problems ideas and details message the writer
and making
2.2(d)
is trying to convey.
decisions
Getting the
meaning in context
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing an article
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

LEARNING
OUTCOMES/SP TOPIC/THEME
WEEK/
DATE

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR
INTERPERSONAL INFORMAIONAL AESTHETIC USE
USE
USE

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1. Using a
dictionary
2. Listening
Identify
statements as
T/F
3. Reading for
information,
main details,
supporting
details and
inference
4. Writing
summary (130
words)
5. Carrying out
extended writing
and reference
work to write a
club proposal

DEADLINE
EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASIS

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WEEK 31
THE INTERNET: 1.1(b)
2.1(a)
[26 AUG 30 AUG]USES AND
Taking part in
Listening to a
ABUSES
conversation
conversation
and discussion 2.1
THEME :
1.1(d)
Reading
SCIENCE AND
Exchanging
materials in
TECHNOLOGY
ideas,
print such as an
information and article
opinions on
2.2(a)
topic of interest Skimming and
1.2(b)
Scanning
Discussing plans 2.2(b)
and
Extracting main
arrangements, ideas and
solving
details
problems and
2.2(d)
making
Getting the
decisions
meaning in
context
2.2(f)
Drawing
conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing an
article
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Revision:
Poems
3.1(b)
Understanding
and analyzing
elements in a
poem.
3.1
Explaining the
message the
writer is trying
to convey.

Passive
construction
Using has and
had
The sequence
connector
later

(WEEK 32,33,34,35) REVISION WEEK 01. SEP 2013 30.SEP 2013


[WEEK 36,37,38,39,40 ] FINAL EXAMINATION [01 OCT 25 OCT]

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1. Reading
Follow sequence
of ideas
2. Listening
Note important
details and fill in
the blanks
3. Reading
scan for details
to fill a diagram
4. Reading
Guidelines for
an
argumentative
essay
5. Reading
study structure
of a speech
6.Reading for
meaning
7. Reading
Interpret nonlinear texts
8.
Understanding
contextual clues

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