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FORM 4 ENGLISH SCHEME OF WORK 2005

ENGLISH LANGUAGE FORM 2

WEEKTHEME /TOPICLEARNING OUTCOMESACTIVITIESDESCRIPTORSEDUCATIONAL EMPHASISGRAMMARSOUND SYSTEM

1 312/01 30/01CHAPTER 1GOOD TIMES TOGETHER

THEME:PEOPLE

Language For Interpersonal Usea. take part in discussionsb. respond to spoken textLanguage For Informational Usea. identifying main ideasb. reading materials in printLanguage For Aesthetic Usea. reciting poem

1. Talk about ones family.2. Talk about how the students spend their holidays.3. Listen to descriptions of places.4. Write a description family and friends.5. Scanning for specific ideas.6. Look for required information in a text.7. Following sequence of ideas.8. Reciting a poemLisan Band 1 Ask simple questions politely to obtain information and respond to questions appropriately.Listen to and discriminate the consonants, vowels and diphthongs. Baca Band 1 Read familiar texts and scan adequately for details, sequence and reorganise ideas correctly. Thinking SkillsMultiple IntelligencesValuesPreparation for the Real WorldVOCABULARY: - words to describe people and things - words related to descriptions of holidaysContractions

WH words to ask questions

Consonants /l/ and /r/

4 502/02 13/02CHAPTER 2JOBS PEOPLE DO

THEME:PEOPLELanguage For Interpersonal Usea. take part in discussionsb. conduct interviewLanguage For Informational Usea. identify main ideab. dialogueLanguage For Aesthetic Usea. Read a poem

1. Talk about jobs people do.2. Describe occupations.3. Conduct an interview to gather information on occupation.4. Identify main idea-locate information about jobs.5. Read a dialogue about a job.6. Read about the people, places and events in a story.

Lisan Band 2Participate in oral interactions by talking appropriately.Listen to and discriminate the past tense forms, plural forms and contractions.

Thinking SkillsMultiple IntelligencesValuesPreparation for the Real WorldVOCABULARY:-words related to certain jobs- words related to objects used in certain jobs Positive and negative statements sentences

Collective nouns Consonants /v/ and /w/

6CUTI SEMPENA TAHUN BARU CINA (16/2/15 20/2/15)

7PENILAIAN P1 (25/02/2015 27/02/2015)

8 1002/03 13/03CHAPTER 3CHANGING SCENES

THEME:PEOPLEENVIRONMENTLanguage For Interpersonal Usea. take part in discussionsb. questions & answer drills Language For Informational Usea. identify specific informationb. process informationc. composing short textLanguage For Aesthetic Usea. read important events in storiesb. explaining the message1. Talk about the students town or village.2. Ask questions politely to get information. 3. Listen to a description of homes and complete a table.4. Read opinions and supporting points.5. Read and locate information.6. Discussion about the message in the story. Baca Band 2Read a variety of texts to scan adequately for details, sequence and reorganise ideas and find meaning of words (synonyms, antonyms, hypernyms).

Thinking SkillsMultiple Intelligences

VOCABULARY:Words related to towns and villages (environment).Words related to sights, sounds, movement and feelings.

Adjectives of Comparison: Comparatives

Superlatives Consonant/s/ /z/

WEEKTHEME /TOPICLEARNING OUTCOMESACTIVITIESDESCRIPTORS CEEDUCATIONAL EMPHASISGRAMMARSOUND SYSTEM

MID TERM HOLIDAYS (14/03/15 22/03/15)

11 1323/03 03/04CHAPTER 4CITY EXTRA

THEME:ENVIRONMENTPEOPLELanguage For Interpersonal Usea. take part in discussions Language For Informational Usea. identify specific informationb. reading textsc. present information for different audiences.Language For Aesthetic Usea. identify sequence of events

1. Talking about life in the city.2. Read and locate information in a text.3. Identifying points in a text - headlines4. Read a passage to identify problems and solutions.5. Write opinions on problems related to crowded cities.6. Read newspaper and magazine articles.7. Draw tables, charts to present information.

Tulis Band 1 Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy.

Tulis Band 2 Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited range of topics using simple vocabulary with minimal use of writing conventions.

Tulis Band 3 Write a text expressing ones opinions using a range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient use of writing conventions and vocabulary.

Tulis Band 4 Write a text on some topics expressing ones opinions with a fair amount of creativity, sentence patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.

Tulis Band 5 Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics expressing ones opinions and thoughts with some creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.

Tulis Band 6 Produce a piece of writing on a variety of topics expressing ones opinions creatively and critically using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

Thinking SkillsMultiple Intelligences

VOCABULARY:Words related to city life and environment.Words related to problems in the city. Simple Present Tense to show truth/fact

Conjunctions and. but. so, becauseVowels /e//ae////a:/

WEEKTHEME /TOPICLEARNING OUTCOMESACTIVITIESDESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL EMPHASISGRAMMARSOUND SYSTEM

1406/04 10/04CHAPTER 5THE VALUE OF FRIENDSHIP

THEME:PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUESLanguage For Interpersonal Usea. carrying out social interaction.Language For Informational Usea. scanning for specific information.b. Linking the main ideas.c. Expanding notes and outlines.Language For Aesthetic Usea. recite poem1. Talk about feelings.2. Listen to a radio announcement and complete a message.3. Reading for main ideas in a letter.4. Write down main idea and supporting details found in paragraphs.5. Recite poem on friendship.6. Retell stories in own words.Lisan Band 3Understand messages and descriptions by identifying a few main ideas and supporting details, and answering oral questions correctly.Listen to texts, recall and respond to the main ideas in an organized way.Baca Band 3 Read a variety of texts and correctly scan for simple details, sequence and reorganise ideas, find meaning of words (synonyms, antonyms, hypernyms), identify main ideas and supporting detailsThinking SkillsMultiple Intelligences

VOCABULARY:Words in stories.Words related to qualities in a person.Adverbs where, when

Simple Past TenseVowel /u/ /u://i/ /i:/

15 1613/04 24/04CHAPTER 6DAY IN DAY OUT

THEME:PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUESLanguage For Interpersonal Usea. carrying out social interactionLanguage For Informational Usea. listening to a spoken text.b. discerning sequence of ideas.c. expanding notesLanguage For Aesthetic Usea. read a poem1. Talk about daily routine.2. Asks questions politely to get information.3. Listening to poem and fill in the blanks.3. Write sentences about daily routine.4. Write article for school magazine.5. Read and understand the gist of a poem.

Tulis Band 1 Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy.Tulis Band 2 Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited range of topics using simple vocabulary with minimal use of writing conventions.Tulis Band 3 Write a text expressing ones opinions using a range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient use of writing conventions and vocabulary.Tulis Band 4 Write a text on some topics expressing ones opinions with a fair amount of creativity, sentence patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.Tulis Band 5 Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics expressing ones opinions and thoughts with some creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.Tulis Band 6 Produce a piece of writing on a variety of topics expressing ones opinions creatively and critically using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

Thinking SkillsMultiple Intelligences

VOCABULARY:Words related to daily routine.Words related to devices used for measuring time. Simple Present Tense habitual actions

Sequence connectors

Vowels// / :/

/:/ //

WEEKTHEME /TOPICLEARNING OUTCOMESACTIVITIESDESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL EMPHASISGRAMMARSOUND SYSTEM

16 - 1727/04 08/05CHAPTER 7PRECIOUS MOMENTS

THEME:PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ISSUESLanguage For Interpersonal Use8. talking about personal experiences.Language For Informational Usea. reading for details.b. presenting information.c. reading materials in print.Language For Aesthetic Use8. characters in a story

1. Talk about how to spend time wisely and daily routines.2. Create poster.3. Write out school rules.4. Read and locate information in a dialogue.5. Write a To Do list.6. Identify main events in the correct sequence.7. Write a simple narrative.8. Describe characters in a story.Tulis Band 1 Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy.

Tulis Band 2 Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited range of topics using simple vocabulary with minimal use of writing conventions.

Tulis Band 3 Write a text expressing ones opinions using a range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient use of writing conventions and vocabulary.

Tulis Band 4 Write a text on some topics expressing ones opinions with a fair amount of creativity, sentence patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.

Tulis Band 5 Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics expressing ones opinions and thoughts with some creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.

Tulis Band 6 Produce a piece of writing on a variety of topics expressing ones opinions creatively and critically using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing conventi