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SMK TUN MUTAHIR, MELAKA RANCANGAN TAHUNAN BAHASA INGGERIS TINGKATAN 4 2012 WEEK 17 4 Jan 17 Feb 2012 THEME

E / TOPIC Theme 3 : People Knowing Me Knowing You LEARNING OUTCOMES Students should be able to : 1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (a) taking part in conversations and discussions. (d) exchanging ideas, information and opinions on topics of interest. 1.2 Take part in social interaction by (a) carrying out a variety of language functions. (b) discuss plans and arrangements in solving problems & making decisions. 2.2 Process information by (a) skimming & scanning for specific information & ideas. Looking Up Lifestyles 1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (c) exchanging ideas, information and opinions on topics of interest. 1.2 Take part in social 2.0 Informational DOMAIN 1.0 Interpersonal SPECIFICATIONS Level 1 i. Talking about oneself to others, sharing information about each other that is of interest to both parties. Level 2 vi. Making a decision regarding an action to be taken based on agreement of all members of a group. vii. Read topics of current interest and exchange ideas. Processing texts read by Level 1 ii. Skimming for gist. iii. Scanning for details. vi. Using the dictionary to find the meanings of words. LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar Language forms and functions Sound System Vowel sounds /i/ /i:/ Vocabulary Refer to word list Dictionary skills ACTIVITIES Writing & talking about wedding customs & rituals. Comparing & contrasting wedding customs. Problem solving and decision making. Reading a variety of texts Scanning for details by ticking true or false statements. Finding meaning of words using contextual clues.

1.0 Interpersonal

Level 1 i. Sharing information about each other that is of interest to both parties.

Grammar Subjective verb agreement Adjectives & nouns

Level 2

Completing a conversation. Role play using cue cards. Listening & completing a table

interaction by (a) carrying out a variety of language functions.

i. Disagreeing politely ii. Offering advice iii. Expressing concern iv. Persuading someone to do something. 2.0 Informational Level 3 viii. Apply process writing skills.

Sound System Words from foreign languages.

2.3 Present information by (a) explaining (f) composing, revising & editing drafts & checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation & grammar.

1-6 4 Jan 10 Feb 2012

Literature Component : Poem 1: In The Midst of Hardship

Students should be able to: 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by e. reciting poems with feeling and expression

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1 i. Reciting poems with feelings and expressions and with the correct pronunciation, intonation, stress and rhythm. Level 2 ix. Talking about how events, characters and the poem remind one of events in real life. Level 3 xi. Talking about the message the poet is trying to put across in his/her poem. xiii. Understanding some of the figurative language of the text. Level 3 vi. composing simple poems.

Talking about disasters and difficulties in life. Reading the poem aloud. Relating the situation in the poem to real life. Identify emotions related to the poem. Completing worksheet(s) e.g Treasure hunt, Word explosion Composing a poem

3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by c. composing simple poems.

WEEK 8 12 20 Feb 30 Mar 2012

THEME / TOPIC Theme 2 : Health Checking Up on Health

LEARNING OUTCOMES Students should be able to : 1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (a) taking part in conversations and discussions. 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (a) reading materials in print such as reports and articles and using other electronic media such as the internet 2.2 Process information by (a) skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas. (b) drawing conclusions.

DOMAIN 1.0 Interpersonal

SPECIFICATIONS Level 1 ii. Responding to questions politely by giving the required information. Processing text read by: Level 1 Scanning for details Level 2 vii. identifying main ideas. Level 3 xiv. Drawing conclusions.

LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar The Present Perfect Tense The Simple Past Tense Sound System Stress on foursyllable words Vocabulary Refer to word list.

ACTIVITIES Answering questions based on pictures. Listening to a conversation Listening for specific information and ticking the correct answer. Listening for specific information to complete a flow chart. Reading for details, making inferences, moving beyond the text. Using a thesaurus.

2.0 Informational

Healthy Living

2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing descriptions and explanations. (g) summarising information.

2.0 Informational

Level 3 viii. Applying process writing skills

Grammar Prepositions of time Prepositions of association

Completing a quiz. Role playing Discussing a meal plan Writing an essay

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7 - 12 13 Feb 30 Mar 2012

Literature Component Poem 2 : He Had Such Quiet Eyes

Students should be able to: 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by (c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life. (d) understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1 i. Reciting poems with feelings and expressions and with the correct pronunciation, intonation, stress and rhythm. ii. Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary. Level 3 iv. Writing the poem in another genre.

3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by (b) retelling the poem and presenting it in another genre.

Describing / completing pictures. Reading the poem (chain reading) and describing the mood Vocabulary games. Eg. Unscrambling words, bingo Rewriting the poem in other forms. E.g. prose, haiku Discussing criteria for future spouse. Completing worksheet(s).

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UJIAN BERKALA 1 (5 MAR 9 MAR 2012)

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13 - 18 2 Apr 11 May 2012

Theme 1: Environment Saving Every Drop

Students should be able to : 1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (a) taking part in conversations and discussions. 1.3 Obtain goods & services by (b) making complaints & responding to complaints.

1.0 Interpersonal

Level 1 iii. Relating personal experiences

Grammar Language forms & functions Sound System Consonants /w/, /v/

Recalling past experiences on water shortage by completing a mind map. Exchanging ideas.

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Literature Component Short Story 1: Qwertyuiop

Students should be able to: 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary words by (b) recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting. (c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life. 3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by (a) dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1 iii. Retelling the story in ones own words. Level 2 iv. Narrating sequence of events. i. Describing characters and writing simple descriptions. ii. Making predictions as to what might have happen next in the story. Level 3 x. Talking about the theme in a story. Level 1 ii. Role playing characters.

Replying to Auntie Agony letter. Describing pictures of setting. Matching difficult vocabulary with meanings. Answering questions about plot based on pictures. Completing character grid. Identifying themes and moral values. Answering follow-up questions.

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MID-YEAR EXAMINATION (14 MAY 25 MAY 2012)

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1ST TERM HOLIDAYS (26 MAY 10 JUNE 2012) 21 22 - 27 18 June 27 July 2012 Theme 4: Science & Technology Going High-Tech DISCUSSION & CORRECTIONS ON MID-YEAR EXAM PAPERS (11 JUNE 15 JUNE 2012) Students should be able to : 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (a) listening to spoken texts. (c) reading materials in print 2.2 Process information by (a) skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas. (b) extracting main ideas and details. (d) presenting information in nonlinear forms.

1.0 Interpersonal

2.0 Informational

Levels 1, 2 & 3 i. Listening to and understanding a variety of texts. ii. Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts. Level 1 i. Conveying information into tables, graphs & diagrams.

Grammar Passive construction Logical connectors Sequence connectors Sound System Consonant clusters /sl/, /kl/ Vocabulary The prefix pre Grammar Prepositions of direction Prepositions of purpose Sound System Consonant sounds /s/, /zem/, /sp/

Identifying pictures that have incorporated science & technology. Reading short texts and transferring information onto a chart. Answering questions on short texts. Listening & completing a table. Listening & picking out specific words. Reading an article & transferring information onto a flow chart. Sharing experiences. Completing a table. Writing an article /a letter of complaint / summary / a descriptive composition. Role playing buying a product.

Moving Ahead

1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (b) talking about personal experiences. 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing recounts, descriptions, Explanations and reports. (i) using appropriate format, conventions and grammar when presenting information.

1.0 Informational

Level 1 iii. Relating personal experiences. Level 2 iv. Expanding notes and outlines. Level 3 viii. Applying process writing skills.

2.0 Informational

WEEK 23 - 28 25 June 3 Aug 2012

THEME / TOPIC Literature Component : Short Story 2: The Fruitcake Special

LEARNING OUTCOMES Students should be able to : 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by (a) understanding and telling in ones own words the story heard and read, giving ones opinion of the text. (c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life 3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by (a) dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters.

DOMAIN 3.0 Aesthetic

SPECIFICATIONS Level 1 iii. Retelling the story in ones own words. Level 2 iv. Narrating the sequence of events. iii. Describing characters and writing simple descriptions. Level 3 iv. Talking about the theme in a story. Level 1 ii. Role-playing characters.

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES Predicting plot of the story. Tell the plot of the story with the help of pictures Rearranging sequence of events. Quoting texts in order to describe characters. Decoding messages on themes and moral values. Charade Quiz Forum Career opportunities for women Comprehension questions Debate Preparing brochure

28 - 33 30 July 14 Sept 2012

Theme 5: Values Deciding On Dams

Students should be able to: 1.3 Make friends and keep friendships by (a) taking part in conversations and discussions. (d) exchanging ideas, information and opinions on topics of interest.

1.0 Interpersonal

Level 1 i. Talking about oneself to others, sharing information about each other that is of interest to both parties. ii. Responding to questions politely by giving the required information.

Grammar Gerunds Gerunds after prepositions Infinitives

Sound System Homophones

Sharing information on dams. Reading & matching opinions. Listening to a dialogue & answering true or false questions. Matching expressions with their meanings. Completing a graphic organizer. Reading for details and making inferences.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.2 Process information by (a) skimming and scanning for specific information (b) extracting main ideas and details. (f) drawing conclusions.

DOMAIN 2.0 Informational

SPECIFICATIONS Processing texts listened to by Level 1 ii. Noting important details. Level 2 iv. Identifying main ideas & jotting down key words & phrases.

LANGUAGE CONTENT Vocabulary Refer to the word list Dictionary skills.

ACTIVITIES

Loving Our Country

1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (d) exchanging ideas, information and opinions on topics of interest. 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (e) expanding notes & outlines. (f) composing, revising & editing drafts & checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation & grammar. (i) using appropriate format, conventions & grammar when presenting information.

1.0 Interpersonal

Processing texts read by Level 1 ii. Skimming for gist and stating what the text is about. iii. Scanning for details. Level 2 vii. Identifying main ideas in a simple text. Level 1 iii. Relating personal experiences. Level 2 iv. Expanding notes & outlines Level 3 viii. Apply process writing skills.

2.0 Informational

Grammar The Past Perfect Tense Adverbs of degree thoroughly, completely, nearly Sound System Sentence stress in statements & questions Vocabulary Antonyms

Talking about patriotism. Agreeing or disagreeing with opinions. Initiating & keeping a discussion going Writing a descriptive essay / summary / ones opinion

WEEK 34 - 39 17 Sept 26 Oct 2012

THEME / TOPIC Theme 6 : Social Issues Reaching Out

LEARNING OUTCOMES Students should be able to : 1.2 Take part in social interaction by (b) making decisions. 2.1 Obtain information by (a) reading materials in print. 2.2 Process information by (a) skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas. (f) drawing conclusions.

DOMAIN 1.0 Interpersonal

SPECIFICATIONS Level 2 vi. Making a decision regarding an action to be taken based on agreement of all members of a group. Level 1, 2 & 3 i. Reading silently and aloud. Processing texts listened to by: Level 1 ii. Noting important details. Level 2 iv. identifying main ideas & jotting down key words & phrases.

LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar The simple past tense Sound System Sentence stress and intonation Vocabulary Refer to word list Dictionary skills.

ACTIVITIES

2.0 Informational

Sharing & recording past experiences. Listening & ticking the correct answers. Listening sequencing the order of statements. Reading for details, making inferences, moving beyond the text. Designing a machine that will help to improve the quality of life of the aged / disabled.

Facing Teenage Blues

1.1 Make friends & keep friendships by (b) talking about personal experiences. 1.2 Take part in social interaction by (d) solving problems 2.1 Obtain information by (c) reading materials in print e.g. reports. 2.2 Process information by (d) presenting information in non-linear forms.

1.0 Interpersonal

Processing texts read by Level 1 iii. Scanning for details. Level 3 xiv. Drawing conclusions. Level 2 iii. Relating personal experiences. Level 1 ii. Offering advice. Level 3 vii. Suggest ways to solve a problem.

Grammar Punctuation colon, hyphen, brackets Revision present perfect & simple past tenses Sound System Consonant sounds /kr/, /br/, /fl/, /bl/

Sharing experiences on problems. Relating experiences & completing a table. Reading & interpreting non-linear texts. Giving advice to teenagers.

2.0 Informational

WEEK 29 39 6 Aug 26 Oct 2012

THEME / TOPIC Literature Component: Drama: Gulp and Gasp

LEARNING OUTCOMES Students should be able to: 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by (b) recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting. (c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life. 3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by (a) composing simple poems.

DOMAIN 3.0 Aesthetic

SPECIFICATIONS Level 1 iii. Retelling the story in ones own words. Level 2 iv. Narrating sequence of events. v. Describing characters and writing simple descriptions. Level 3 x. Talking about the theme in a story. Level 3 vi. Composing simple poems.

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES Pre and While Reading: Warm ups. Predicting story. Telling the plot of the story with the help of pictures. Rearranging sequence of events. Identifying major plot points of a story. Identifying changes in the characters personality. Completing worksheet(s) to identify themes and moral values. Word maze. Writing a poem based on the story.

Students should be able to: 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by (a) understanding and telling in ones own words the drama heard and read. Giving ones opinion of the text.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1 ii. Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary. Level 2 vii. Talking about values in the drama and whether they are meaningful to ones life. Level 3 xi. Talking about the message the dramatist is

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trying to put across in WEEK THEME / TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES DOMAIN SPECIFICATIONS his/her drama and writing a simple paragraph on it. xii. Understanding some of the figurative language of the text. 40 41 END-OF-YEAR EXAMINATION (29 OCT 9 NOV 2012) END-OF-YEAR HOLIDAYS (10 NOV 2 JAN 2013) LANGUAGE CONTENT ACTIVITIES

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