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YEARLY LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE FORM 3 SMK DATO PENGGAWA TIMUR 2015

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
MONTH/
WEEK

TOPIC/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE
*Ask and respond
politely to questions

JANUAR
Y
Chapter 1
They touch
our lives
(People)

*Take part in
discussions

*Find the difficult words

*Ask questions politely


and respond
appropriately

JANUAR
Y
Chapter 2
Famous
Leaders
(People)

*Take part in
discussions
*Exchange ideas

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL
USE
*Listen to a
conversation: give
important details
*Read an article:
scan for details

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
*Talk about
elements of a
novel:
characterization,
theme, plot

*Read an article:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues
*Identify base words
*Read an article:
make inferences,
draw conclusions
*Write a
descriptions: expand
notes
*Listen to a
dialogue : give
important details
*Read an article :
scan for details
*State words of
similar meaning
*Read an article:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues
*Read an
article:make
inferences, draw
conclusions
*Write a description:
expand notes

GRAMMAR
*Simple present
tense
*Adjectives

1.

SOUND SYSTEM

2.

Consonants:
c/k/ as in
call

3.

r/r/ as in red
*Make
predictions

MORAL VALUES
1. FRIENDLY
2. PATRIOTISM

*Simple past
tense
*Collective nouns

*Describe
characters in a
novel
*Give opinions
on characters

SOUND SYSTEM
Consonants:
d/d/ as in
sand
dd/d/ as
in
meddle
MORAL VALUES
1. HEROIS
2. FREEDOM

Activities /I-Think/
HOTS
Ask and respond politely
to questions about famous
people contributions to the
country.
Reading Aloud (text)
HOTS
Discussion/ Research on
Goodwill of an
Ambassador

I-Think
4. Bubble map (to
identify the well-known
Malaysia leaders and
their contributions)
5. Double bubble

1.

2.
3.

Explain ways on how you


can contribute to your
country / world other than
the one suggested?
Reading Aloud
HOTS
Exchanging Ideas in
groups making conclusion

I-Think
4. Tree map
*Learning How to learn skills
*Multiple Intelligence
Values and Citizenship

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
MONTH/
WEEK

TOPIC/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE
*Seek clarifications

FEB
Chapter 3
Healing
Hands
(People)

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE
*Listen to a dialogue:
give important
details
*Read a Web page:
scan for details
*Read a Web page:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues
*Understand
formation of prefixes

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC USE

*Personal
Pronouns
*Possessive
Pronouns
*Describe
characters in a
novel

*Read a Web page:


make inferences,
draw conclusions
*Write a brief
description: expand
notes
*Greet and exchange
pleasantries
FEB
Chapter 4
Making
Friends
(People and
Social Issues)

GRAMMAR

Activities /I-Think/
HOTS
*Multiple Intelligence
*ICT skills

SOUND SYSTEM
Long vowel
sound //
as in back
Short vowel
sound /e/
as in set

*Listen to a
dialogue:give
important details
*Read an article:scan
for details
*State words
opposite in meaning

*Adverb of time
*Adverb of place
SOUND SYSTEM
Long vowel
sound /:/
as in farm

*Take part in
conversations and
discussions

*Read an
article:identify main
ideas, details,
contextual clues

*Describe
characters in a
novel

*Write a letter asking


for advice

*Read an
article:make
inferences, move
beyond the text

*Make
predictions

Short vowel
sound //
as in must

*Learning How to Learn skills


*Multiple Intelligence
*Knowledge Acquisition

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
MONTH/
WEEK

TOPIC/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE
*Talk about self, past
experiences

MARCH
Chapter 5
Lifes
Challenges
(Social
Issues)

Chapter 6
MARCH

*Take part in
discussions
*Exchange ideas and
give opinions
*Participate in
discussions by giving
and supporting
opinions

*Talk about self, past


experiences

Fit for Life


(Health)
*Take part in a
discussions
Particpate in teacherguided class

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE
*Listen to a talk: give
important details
*Read a report; scan
for details
Use the dictionary
*Read a report:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

*Subject Verb
Agreement

Activities /I-Think/
HOTS
*Thinking skills
*Multiple Intelligence
*Future Studies

SOUND
SYSTEM
*Describe physical
setting (place) in a
story

*Read a report: make


inferences, move
beyond the text
*Interpret
information from
graphs
*Write a report
*Listen to a talk:
give important
details
*Read a magazine
article: scan for
details

*Make predictions

*Read a magazine
article: identify main
ideas, details

*Talk about social


setting of a story

*Read a magazine
article: identify
cause and effect,
make inferences

GRAMMAR

Long vowel
sound /u:/
as in broom
Short vowel
sound /u/
as in look

*Talk about the


future using
present
continuous
tense
*Modals

*Relate values in a
story to ones life

SOUND
SYSTEM
Long vowel
sound /s:/
as in fern
Short vowel

*Preparations for the Real


World

*Write a text of a
speech

sound //
as in about

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
MONTH/
WEEK

TOPIC/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

Chapter 7

APRIL

Its Raining
Its Pouring
(Environment
)

Chapter 8

APRIL

Stop the
floods
(Environme
nt)

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE
*Listen to an
interviewer; give
important details
*Narrate orally the
events that took
place
*Read a news report:
scan fir details

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
*Role play an
event in the
story

GRAMMAR
*Conjuctions
*Sequence
Connectors

Activities /I-Think/
HOTS
*ICT Skills
*Multiple Intelligence
*Thinking Skills

SOUND SYSTEM
*Take part in a
discussion

*Relay phone
messages orally to the
people concerned
*Take part in a
discussions

*Read a news report;


identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues

*Talk about
elements of a
plot

Diphtongs:
/e:/ as in
faint

*Read a news
report; identify
cause and effect
*Write a recount;
expand notes

/ai/ as in
dry

*Listen to a radio
talk: give important
details
*Read a speech:
scan for details
*Read speech:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues

*Phrasal Verbs

*Read a speech:
make inferences,
draw conclusion
*Write a report:
expand notes

SOUND SYSTEM

*Recognize
elements in a
plot
*Give one
opinion of the
story

Diphtongs:
/u/ as in
grow

*Knowledge Acquisition
*preparation for the Real
World
*ICT Skills

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
MONTH/
WEEK

TOPIC/
THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE
*Express hope and
support

Chapter 9

MAY

Natures Gifts
(Environment
)

*Take part in a
discussions
*Exchange ideas and
give opinions

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE
*Listen to a talk; give
important details
*Scan for details in
text read

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC USE

*Prepositions of
place and
direction
*Prepositions to
show time and
Quality

*Read posters:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues
*Read posters:
identify cause and
effect
*Write a speech to
express opinion

GRAMMAR

Activities /I-Think/
HOTS
*Preparations for the Real
World
*Multiple Intelligence
*Knowledge Acquisition

SOUND SYSTEM
*Talk about
moral values
*Relate values to
ones life

Consonant
Clusters at the
beginning of the
words:
/str/ as in straw
/sm/ as in smart

Chapter 10

MAY

Active and
Healthy
(Health)

*Talk about self,


interests
*Enquire about services
offered clarify the type
of services offered
*Fill out a service form

*Write a formal letter;


use appropriate format

*Listen to a talk; give


important details
*Read
advertisements:
scan for details
*Read an article:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues
*identify base words
*Read an
advertisement: draw
conclusions

*Understand
themes in a story

*Relate themes
in the story to
ones life

*Positive and
negative
statements
*Contractions
SOUND SYSTEM
Consonant
Clusters at the
beginning of the
words:
/gr/ as in grain
/tr as in train

*ICT Skills
*Knowledge acquisition
*Mulitiple Intelligence

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
MONTH/
WEEK

TOPIC/
THEME

Chapter 11
JUNE

Safety for
One and All
(Health)

Chapter 12

JUNE

The Inner
You
(Health)

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE CONTENT

*Talk about self interest


*Enquire about services
offered
*Clarify about the
services offered

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE
*Listen to a talk; give
important details
*Read an
advertisement: scan
for details

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC USE
*Give personal
response to
novels:
Characters &
Values

*Take part in
discussions
*Exchange ideas and
give opinion

*Read an article:
identify main ideas.
Details, contextual
clues

*Describe
characters in a
novel

*Read an article:
make inferences,
draw conclusions
*Write a description:
expand notes

*Give opinions
on characters
(Revision Form
One)

*Listen to a talk; give


important details
*Read an
advertisement: scan
for details
*Read an article:
identify main ideas.
Details, contextual
clues

*Give personal
response to
novels:
Characters &
Values

*Read an article:
make inferences,
draw conclusions
*Write a description:
expand notes

*Revise poems,
relate messages
and values in the
poems to ones
life (Revision
Form One)

*Talk about self interest


*Enquire about services
offered
*Clarify about the
services offered
*Take part in
discussions
*Exchange ideas and
give opinion

*Describe
characters in a
novel

GRAMMAR
*Comparison of
adjectives
regular forms

Activities /I-Think/
HOTS
*Multiple Intelligence
* ICT Skills
*Knowledge acquisition

SOUND SYSTEM
Consonant
Clusters at the
beginning of the
words:
/gl/ as in glee
/pl/ as in place

*Form negative
adjectives using
prefixes un,
dis, im, and
non
SOUND SYSTEM
Consonant
Clusters at the
end of the words:
sh// as in
splash
/t/ as in such

* ICT Skills
*Knowledge acquisition

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
TOPIC/
THEME

Chapter 13

JUNE

Man and the


Sea
(Science
and
Technology)

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

*Take part in
discussions
*Exchange ideas and
give opinion
*Participate in class
discussions by:
-disagreeing politely
and giving opinions
-defending ones point
of view
-seeking clarification

JUNE

Chapter 14
Oceans in
Motion
(Science
and
Technology)

*Take part in
conversations and
discussions
*Write a letter asking
for advice

LANGUAGE CONTENT

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE
*Listen to a dialogue:
give important
details
*Read a brochure;
scan for details

LANGUAGE
FOR
AESTHETIC USE

*Read a brochure:
identify main ideas,
details , contextual
clues

*Describe
characters in a
novel (Revision
form Two)

*Read a brochure:
make inferences,
draw conclusions
*Write a brief
description: expand
notes
*Listen to a lecture:
give important
details
*Read an article:
scan for details
*Read an article:
identify main ideas,
details, contextual
clues
*Interpret
information in bar
graph, read an
article: make
inferences, draw

GRAMMAR
*Compare people
or things that are
the same using
as.as
*Compare people
or things that are
not the same
using not as
as
*The Present
Continuous
Tense

Activities /I-Think/
HOTS
*Multiple Intelligence
*Knowledge Acquisition
*Future Studies

SOUND SYSTEM
Consonant
Clusters at the
end of the words:
sk/sk/ as in
mask
st/st/ as in test

*Describe
characters in a
novel form 2
*Revision on
characters from
novel

*Formation of
plural
irregular plurals
-nouns with no
change in
number in the
plural form
SOUND SYSTEM
Stress in words

*ICT Skills
*Knowledge Acquisition
*Future Studies

conclusion.
*Write an
explanation: expand
notes move beyond
the text