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SMK WANGSA MAJU SEKSYEN 2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK FORM 3 2012 THEME/ TOPIC Grammar Revision Exercises

LANGUAGE CONTENT

WEEK

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

ACTIVITIES

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Students should have a better understanding of the grammar items taught

Teacher usues the Grammar module provided by JPWP

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Theme 1: People Topics: Chapter 1 Famous Personalities Chapter 2 Heroes Far And Near

Students should be able to: 1.1 Make friends & keep friendship by c. exchanging ideas and giving opinions on topics of interest d. taking part in conversations & discussions 1.2 Take part in social interaction by b. participating in conversations and discussions

1.0 Interpersonal

Level 1 (iii) Asking questions politely to get information (iv) Responding appropriately to questions by giving details Level 2 (vii) Participating in teacherguided class discussions on topics of interest by y agreeing to y disagreeing politely y giving ones opinion Obtaining information by: Levels 1, 2 & 3 (ii) Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts Processing texts read by: Level 1 (ii) Scanning for details Level 2 (vi) Identifying main ideas in texts (vii) Identifying supporting details or ideas in texts

Grammar 5 (iv)[a] Simple present tense 3 (i) Adjectives of colour, size and shape 3 (ii) Adjectives of qualities 5 (ii) Adjectives of qualities 5 (iv) Simple past tense Sound System 1.0 Consonants 1.1 /k/ 1.3 /r/ 1.2 /d/ Vocabulary Contextual clues Dictionary skills

1. Group discussion: Discuss - Contributions of famous personalities to society - How to become famous - Qualities of heroes - Talk about heroes one admires 2. Who Am I game 3. Vote for school/class idol

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by c. reading materials in print

2.0 Informational

Reading a description of a person (pg. 4) / a biography (pg. 18)

2.2 Process information by b. extracting main ideas & details d. getting the explicit & implicit meaning of the text

2.3 Present information to different audiences by a. writing descriptions b. describing orally

(viii) Acquiring the meaning of words by using contextual clues Level 2 (iv) Expanding notes and outlines Level 3 (vi) Writing brief simple descriptions (viii) Expanding notes and outlines (ix) Applying process writing skills

Writing a description of a person (pg. 9)/ a biography (pg. 24)

Literature Component: 6 Poems Novel

3.1 Listen to, read & review, & respond to literary works by a. understanding & telling in ones own words the story & giving ones opinion b. recognising elements in a story such as characters

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1 (iii) Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 (iv) Telling the sequence of events in a story (v) Describing the place where the story took place & writing a simple paragraph on it .

1. Predicting the story from the title & cover page 2. Matching sentences to pictures in sequence

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Theme: Environment Topics: Chapter 10 Stormy Weather Chapter 11 Flood Woes Chapter 12 The Earth Moved

Students should be able to: 1.1 Make friends & keep friendships by c. exchanging ideas & giving opinions on topics of interest d. taking part in conversations & discussions

1.0 Interpersonal

1.2 Take part in social interactions by a. carrying out a variety of language functions b. participating in conversations & discussions 1.3 Obtain goods & services by a. making enquiries b. ordering goods & services

Level 1 ii. Talking about ones experiemces v. Listening to & discriminating between consonant clusters Level 2 vii. Participating in teacher guided class discussions on topics of interest by giving ones opinions Level 2 v. Taking down phone messages vi. Relaying phone messages

Grammar Prepositions of 7(i) place 7(ii) time 7(iii) direction 10(v) Apostrophe Nouns (i) concrete (ii) abstract 5(iv)a Simple present tense 8(ii) Sequence connectors Sound System 4.5 /pl/ 4.6 /tr/ 4.7 /tf/ 4.8 /s/ 4.9 /sk/ 4.10 /st/ Vocabulary - Phrasal quantifiers - Phrasal verbs (a) verbs + preposition (b) verbs + adverbs

Listening & Speaking y Group discussion y Listening to a talk (pg. 88 / 116) or radio advertisements (pg. 102) y Making enquiries (pg. 131) y Taking & relaying phone messages (pg. 146) Suggested Activities Watching video / clips Making a scrap book Debate

Level 1 i. Enquiring about the services offered. ii. Clarifying the type of service offered

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes a. listening to spoken text such as talks, documentaries c. reading materials in print 2.2 Process information by b. extracting main ideas & details

2.0 Informational

Obtain information by: Levels 1, 2 & 3 i. Listening to & understanding a variety of texts ii. Reading silently & aloud with understanding a variety of texts A. Processing texts listened to

Reading y Reading an eyewitness recount (pg. 132) y Reading a newspaper article (pg. 148) y Reading an article (pg. 162) variety of texts.

by: Level 1 i. Telling what the text is about ii. Giving important details Level 2 v. Identifying important ideas B. Processing texts read by : Level 1 ii. Scanning for details iv. Using the dictionary to find the meaning of unfamiliar words v. Acquiring a range of vocabulary by stating phrasal quantifiers Level 2 vi. Identifying main ideas in texts. vii. Identifying supporting details viii. Acquiring the meaning of words by using contextual clues Level 3 xi. Drawing conclusions

2.3 Present information to different audiences by a. writing speeches e. expanding notes & outlines f. composing, revising & editing drafts; and checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation & grammar g. summarising information i. using appropriate format, conventions & grammar when presenting information

2.0 Informational

Presenting information by: Level 2 iv. Expanding notes & outlines Level 3 v. Summarizing main ideas in simple texts. vi. Writing brief simple descriptions. ix. Applying process writing skills.

Writing y Writing an eyewitness account (pg. 138) y Writing a factual articles for a newspaper (pg. 154) y Writing a description (pg. 168)

INTERVENSI PMR

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(10 18 MARCH) Literature Component : Poems Novel MID-SEMESTER BREAK

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3.1 Listen to, read & review, & respond to literary works by a. understanding & telling in ones own words the story & giving ones opinion b. recognising elements in a story such as characters c. explaining the message the writer is trying to conveyDiscuss how this relates to ones life 3.2 Express oneself creatively & imaginatively by c. composing dialogues Students should be able to:

3.0 Aesthetic

Informational

Level 1 (ii) Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words. (iii) Retelling the story in ones own words. Level 2 (iv) Telling the sequence of events in a story (vi) Describing characters Level 3 (vii) Making predictions (viii) Relating values learnt to ones life Level 1 i) Acting out sections of a text Level 3 v) Composing a dialogue

Grammar 6 (iii) Adverbs of place 2 (i) Articles with countable nouns 1 (vii) Concord 9 (iii) & (iv) Positive & negative statements 10 (v) Contractions 3 (iii) Negative adjectives 6 (ii) Adverbs of time 5 (v) Modal verbs may & might 8 (i) Conjunctions Sound System Vowels 2.1 /ae/ & /e/ 2.3 /u/ & /u:/ Diphthongs 3.1 /ei/ 3.2 /ai/ 3.3 / u/ Vocabulary Base words One word for a group of words Synonyms Antonyms

1. 2.

Writing chain composition Writing a summary of the story

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Theme: Social Issues Topics: Chapter 3 - To Serve With Love Chapter 4 Bridging The Gap Chapter 5 School Life Chapter 6 Teenage Concerns

1.1 Make friends & keep friendships by a. introducing oneself b. talking about self, feelings & understanding when others talk about themselves d. taking part in conversations & discussions

1.2 Take part in social interaction by a. carrying out a variety of language functions

Level 1 (i) Greeting people & exchanging pleasantries (v) Listening to & discriminating between long & short vowels, & diphthongs Level 2 (vii) Participating in teacherguided class discussions on topics of interest by - agreeing to - disagreeing politely - asking questions seeking clarification & responding to questions appropriately Level 1 (ii) Expressing appreciation & gratitude (iii) Expressing hope (iv) Expressing support for others Processing texts read by Level 1 (i) Stating the text type (ii) Scanning for details (iii) Following sequence of ideas Level 2 (vi) Identifying main ideas (vii) Identifying supporting details / ideas

1. Listening to interview /conversation (pg. 30 / 44/ 74) 2. Answering a questionnaire 3. Role play taking part in conversation 4. Answering a questionnaire (pg. 43)

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (c) Reading materials in print such as reports & articles. 2.2 Process information by (a) skimming & scanning (b) extracting main ideas & details (c) discerning sequence of ideas (f) drawing conclusions

Reading y article (pg. 32) y letter (pg. 46) y recount (pg. 60) y dialogue (pg. 76) y Problems page

2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing reports & articles (b) narrating (e) expanding notes & outlines (f) composing, revising & editing drafts (i) using appropriate format & grammar

Level 3 (xi) Drawing conclusions 2.0 Informational Level 2 (iv) Expanding notes & outlines Level 3 (vii) Writing simple reports (viii) Expanding notes & outlines (ix) Applying process writing skills Level 3 vi) Composing simple poems. Level 1 (iii) Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 (iv) Telling the sequence of events in a story (vi) Describing characters in the story & writing a simple paragraph on each character Level 3 (vii) Making predictions as to what might happen next in the story

Writing y A report (pg. 38) y A friendly letter (pg. 52) y Guided picture composition (pg. 66) y An article (pg. 82)

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Literature Component:

3.1 Listen to, read & review, & respond to literary works by a. understanding & telling in ones own words the story & giving ones opinion b. recognising elements in a story such as characters d. understanding others cultures, traditions, customs & beliefs

Aesthetic

1. Surf web-site for costumes / culture of that period 2. Prediction exercise

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Theme: Health Topics: Chapter 7 A Weighty Issue Chapter 8 Growing Pains

Students should be able to: 1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (c) exchanging ideas & giving opinions on topics of interest. (d) taking part in conversations & discussions. 1.2 Take part in social

2.0 Interpersonal

Level 1 (ii) Talking abt. ones experiences. (v) Listening to & discriminating between long & short vowels, & consonants. Level 2 (vii) Participating in teacher-

Grammar 1 (vi)[a] Adding suffix 3 (iv) Formation of adjectives by adding prefix - inter, pre (v) Comparison of adjectives regular

Listening & Speaking y Group discussion y Listening to a talk (pg. 88 / 116) or radio advertisements (pg. 102)

Chapter 9 Sound Mind, Sound Body

interactions by (a) carrying out a variety of language functions. (b) participating in conversations & discussions.

guided class discussions on topics of interest by (viii) Asking questions seeking clarification & responding to questions appropriately. Level 1 (iii) Expressing hope Levels 1,2 & 3 (i) Listening to & understanding a variety of texts. (ii) Reading silently & aloud with understanding a variety of texts. Level 1 (ii) Giving important details. Level 2 (v) Identifying impt. details. Level 1 (ii) Scanning for details. Level 2 (vi) Identifying main ideas. (vii) Identifying supporting details. (viii) Acquiring the meaning of words by using contextual clues.

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (a) Listening to spoken texts such as talks (c) Reading materials in print such as reports & articles.

form (vi) Comparison of adjectives irregular form (vii) Longer adjectives 4 (i) Personal pronouns (ii) Possessive pronouns (iv) Interrogative pronouns 5 (v) Modal verbs can, must 6 (i) Adverbs of manner Sound System 3.4 / / & / / 4.0 Consonant clusters 4.1 str 4.2 sm 4.3 gr 4.4 gl

2.2 Process information by (a) skimming & scanning (b) extracting main ideas & details (e) predicting outcomes (f) drawing conclusions

Reading y Reading a fact sheet (pg. 90) y Reading a web page (pg. 104) y Reading an article (pg. 108)

2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing speeches (b) narrating (e) expanding notes & outlines (f) composing, revising & editing drafts (i) using appropriate format, conventions & grammar (g) summarizing information

Level 3 (x) Making simple predictions. (xi) Drawing conclusions. Presenting information by Level 2 (iv) Expanding notes & outlines. Level 3 (viii) Expanding notes & outlines. (ix) Applying process writing skills.

Vocabulary Suffixes y ly y ness y ment y ion Word association

Writing y Giving opinions (pg. 96) y Writing a simple speech (pg. 110) y Writing a narrative (pg. 124)

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MID-YEAR EXAMS

26 MAY10 JUNE

MID-YEAR HOLIDAYS

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Literature Component : Poems Novel

(24 -25)

Theme: Science & Technology Topics: Chapter 13 The Seas Around Us Chapter 14 Sea Harvest Chapter 15 The Dying Seas

Students should be able to: 1.1 Make friends & keep friendships by c. exchanging ideas & giving opinions on topics of interest d. taking part in conversations & discussions

1.0 Interpersonal

Level 1 ii. Talking about ones experiences iii. Asking questions politely to get information v. Listening to & discriminating between stress in compound words Level 2 vii. Participating in teacherguided class discussions on topics of interests by giving ones opinion & defending ones point of view Level 3 viii. Discussing plans to visit a particular place ix. Writing out the itinerary for the visit x. Writing a letter requesting

1.2 Take part in social interactions by a. carrying out a variety of language functions b. participating in conversations & discussions

Grammar 7(iv) Preposition of to show quantity 2(iii) Articles with uncountable nouns 10(iii) Exclamation mark 10(vi) Question mark 1(v) Collective nouns 1(vi) Plural nouns 5vi(d) Present continuous tense for future events 9(ii) Compound sentences

Listening y Listen to discussions (pg. 174), documentaries (pg. 188), descriptions (pg. 202) y Planning a visit (pg. 175) y Making enquiries & comparing (pg. 188) y Group discussion (pg. 173, 187, 201) y Quiz (pg. 173)

c. making plans & arrangements 1.3 Obtain goods & services by a. making enquiries b. ordering goods & services

permission for visit

Level 1 i. Enquiring about the services offered ii. Clarifying the type of services offered Level 2 iii. Making enquiries about the same services from other companies making comparisons

2(ii) Articles with plural countable nouns 2(iv) Proper nouns 5(d) Simple future tense Sound System 7.0 Stress in 2 & 3 syllable words 8.0 Stress in compound words 9.0 Intonation & stress in sentences

Writing y Write a formal letter requesting permission (pg. 182) y Write a formal letter requesting services (pg. 196) y Writing a speech

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by a. listening to spoken texts such as talks, documentaries c. reading materials in print

2.0 Informational

Obtain information by : Levels 1, 2 & 3 i. Listening to & understanding a variety of texts ii Reading silently & aloud with understanding a variety of texts

Vocabulary - Compound words - Similes - Idioms Reading Read a scientific account (pg. 176) Read a narrative (pg. 190) Read a report (pg. 204)

2.2 Process information by a. skimming & scanning for specific information & ideas b. extracting main ideas & details e. predicting outcomes

A. Processing texts listened to by Level 1 i. Telling what the text is about ii. Giving important details Level 2 v. Identifying important details.

2.3 Present information to different audiences by a. writing speeches d. presenting information in nonlinear forms e. expanding notes & outlines f. composing, revising & editing drafts g. summarising information i. using appropriate format,

B. Processing texts read by : Level 1 ii. Scanning for details Level 2 vi. Identifying main ideas vii. Identifying supporting details Level 3 ix. Identifying cause & effect in simple texts

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conventions & grammar, & presenting information Revision exercises (26 -28)

x. Making simple predictions & giving reasons

Past Years Qs/ Model Test Paper PMR TRIAL EXAM

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MID SEMESTER HOLIDAYS DISCUSSION

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Past Years Question Papers/Model Test Papers - Individual work

PMR EXAMINATION

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POST PMR ACTIVITIES INTRODUCTION TO FORM 4 SYLLABUS (PEOPLE) YEAR END HOLIDAYS

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