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RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN TAHUNAN (ENGLISH FORM 1) TAHUN 2013

WEEK 1 THEME/ TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES DOMAIN SPECIFICATION LANGUAGE CONTENT ACTIVITIES

Registration, Orientation, Class Management Introduction to Form 1 Syllabus and SBA , File Management and Preparation of Learners Contract Introducing oneself using a guided sentence structure. - teacher to introduce herself / himself first Role play - a conversation between two friends, asking and responding to questions about interests and hobbies. - a conversation between two friends, asking and responding to questions about family members. Guided Writing - text completion - write a short paragraph about one family member.

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PEOPLE Chapter 1 Getting To Know You i. Introducing oneself ii. Getting to know your friends better iii. Responding to your friends questions about family

1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (a) taking part in conversations and discussions (b) talking about self, family, friends and interests (c) introducing oneself

IP

IP

IP

Level 1 (i) Introducing oneself (ii)Talking about - self - family (iii)Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately (v)Write short paragraph about any family member

Grammar 1. Simple Present Tense 2. Subject Verb Agreement 3. Wh questions 4.Simple Present Tense 5.Adjectives

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WEEK 4-5

THEME/ TOPIC PEOPLE Chapter 2 Family Ties

LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION Level 1 (ii) Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length

LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar 1. Sentences : a) Positive statements 2. Punctuation : a) Capital letters b) Exclamation mark c)Full stop d)Question mark 3. Adjectives : a) Adjectives in terms of colour, size & shape b) Adjectives that show qualities

ACTIVITIES Reading an e-mail Grammar exercises Punctuations Write short descriptions of people Game : Guess Who Crossword Puzzle Design group poster E-mail to a pen-pal

IF

2.2 Process information by (a) skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas (f) using dictionaries LITERATURE COMPONENT Short Story : FLIPPING FANTASTIC By Jane Langford 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (c) composing, revising & editing drafts, and checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation, and grammar 3.1 Listen to, read, and respond to literary works by

IF

Level 2 (v) Identifying main ideas involving simple texts (iv) Finding more details in simple texts Level 3 (viii)Apply process writing skills by - (f.) writing the final draft Level 1 - Noting important details Level 2 (ix) Telling how events, characters and values in the text are similar to ones life

IF

AE (b) Telling how characters in the text are similar to those in ones life

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WEEK 6-7

THEME/ TOPIC PEOPLE Chapter 3 Stand By Me

LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.2 Process information by (a) Skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media 2.2 Process information by (a) skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas (f) using dictionaries 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (c) composing, revising & editing drafts, and checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation, and grammar

DOMAIN IF

SPECIFICATION Level 1 (ii) Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length

LANGUAGE CONTENT Sound System /p/,/b/

ACTIVITIES Reciting poem

IF

IF

Level 2 (v) Identifying main ideas involving simple texts (iv) Finding more details in simple texts

IF

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ENVIRONMENT Chapter 4 It All Starts At Home

1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (c) exchanging ideas and giving opinions on topics of interest 1.2 Take part in social interaction by (b) participating in conversations and discussions

IP

IP

Level 1 iii) Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately to questions iv) Responding to questions politely by

Grammar 1.Verbs : a)For instructions and directions 2.Connectors : b)Sequence connectors 3.Punctuation :

Giving opinion: Reading comprehension Give suggestions on saving the environment Group discussion Skimming and scanning Identifying True/False statement

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THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION giving the required information Level 3 (x) Reading articles, etc. and discussing points of interest with friends and saying what one thinks about the ideas in the articles Level 2 (x) Discussing plans with others to do something.

LANGUAGE CONTENT c)Comma

ACTIVITIES

LITERATURE COMPONENT POEM : I WONDER By Jeannie Kirby

3.1 Listen to , read, view and respond to literary works by : a)understanding and telling in nones own words the story and the poem/story heard/read, and giving ones opinion on the text c)explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life e) reciting poem with feeling and expression

AE

Level 1 i) Reciting a poem with feelings and expression with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress and rhythm ii) Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary

Introduction to the poet Students relate the poem to their surroundings Poem with some omission of words Compare answers to the poem

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION Level 3 xii) Talking about the message the writer is putting across and writing a simple paragraph on it

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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ENVIRONMENT Chapter 5 Do You Care Enough?

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (a) Listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches and texts from other multimedia sources (b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media 2.2 Process information by (a) Skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas

IF

Level 2 (i) Listening to and understanding avariety of texts of suitable length Level 3 (ii) Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length Level 3 (v) Identifying main ideas involving simple texts Level 1 (i) Reciting a poem with feeling and expression and with correct stress and rhythm

Sound System /m/ , /n/

Recite poem Rearrange sentences Text completion Language games Compare the environment as described in the poem with that in Lake Isle of Innisfree

IF

LITERATURE COMPONENT POEM : I WONDER

3.1 Listen to, read, view and respnd to literary works by (e) reciting poems with feeling and expression

AE

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WEEK 12 & 14

THEME/ TOPIC ENVIRONMENT Chapter 6 What A Wonderful World

LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (c) Exchanging ideas and giving opinions on topics of interest (a) taking part in conversations and discussions

DOMAIN IP

SPECIFICATION Level 1 (iii) Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately to questions (iv) Responding tquestions politely by giving the required information Level 3 (v) Summarizing main ideas in simple texts

LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar 1. Sentences - Suggested sentence patterns: Inviting, Accepting and declining invitations; Apologising 2. Prepositions : a) Preposition of time - Identifying base words

ACTIVITIES Giving opinion Skim and scan for information Write short dialogues Match sentences

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media

IF

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CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL I

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SOCIAL ISSUES Chapter 7 Safe Homes

1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by (a) taking part in conversations and discussions (c) exchanging ideas and giving opinions on topics of interests

IP

Level 1 (iii) Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately to questions

Grammar 1. Verbs : a). Special finites or modals 2. Pronouns : a) Possessive pronouns & Demonstrative

Giving opinions Role play Complete the table on Dos and Donts on Home Safety Tips Grammar exercises on Modals and Possessive Pronouns Predict the ending of

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION Level 2 (vi) Giving an account of experiences or preferences and describing feelings with the correct intonation, word stress, and sentence rhythm (orally) in a face- to-face situation and writing a simple paragraph

LANGUAGE CONTENT Pronouns 3. Adjectives : a) Possessive adjectives

ACTIVITIES the story

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SOCIAL ISSUES Chapter 7 Safe Homes

2.3 Present information to different audiences by (a) writing directions, instructions, recounts, announcements, using appropriate format and conventions 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by (b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media (a) listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches, and from other multi-media sources

IF

Level 1 (i) Giving simple instructions orally and in writing Level 2 (ii) Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of texts of suitable length (i) Listening to and understanding a variety of texts of suitable length

Sound System /l/,/h/ -

Reading comprehension A talk on Home Safety For Children Identifying main ideas in a talk script

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (b) giving instructions, describing, and narrating orally

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION Level 1 (i) Giving simple instructions orally and in writing

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

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SOCIAL ISSUES Chapter 8 Safety First

2.2 Process information by (b) extracting main ideas and supporting details 2.3 Present information to different audiences by (c) composing, revising and editing drafts, and checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation, and grammar

IF

Level 3 (v) Identifying main ideas involving simple texts Level 3 (viii) Apply process writing skills by (a) discussing the topic with peers (b) writing out an outline (c) writing paragraphs with a clear focus (d) revising and edit the draft until it is clear and flows well (e) proof-reading the draft to eliminate mistakes (f) writing the final draft Level 1 iii)Retelling the story or poem in ones own words v)Talking about the place and time the

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Project Work: Produce a Home Safety Campaign poster Write a talk on Home Safety

LITERATURE COMPONENT SHORT STORY : FLIPPING FANTASTIC By Jane Langford

3.1 Listen to , read, view and respond to literary works by : a) understanding and telling in nones own words the story and the poem/story heard/read, and giving ones opinion on the text b)recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting d)Understanding other peoples cultures, tradition, custom

AE

Introduce Dalat Introduce the author and the story Summarize the story in a few

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES and beliefs c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION story took place and writing a simple paragraph on it. Level 2 iv) Giving the sequence of events vi) Talking about characters in a story and writing a simple paragraph on one or two characters x) Saying what one thinks about the text and writing a simple paragraph viii) Talking about values found in the text xii) Talking about the message the writer is putting across and writing a simple paragraph on it Level 3 xi) Talking about a theme and writing a simple paragraph xiii)Understanding some figurative language in the text suitable to students proficiency level

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES sentences Ask students to describe their schools surrounding and its setting Get a student to tell how the story began and other students to continue Rearrange strips of events to form a logical sequence Summarize the events to form a short story Match characters with their personalities

Explain one of the themes in the story Identify other themes and supporting evidence Give comments on characters Elicit moral values learnt Explain some of the literary techniques used in the text

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC SOCIAL ISSUES Chapter 9 Safe Living

LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by (a) understanding and telling in ones own words the story read, and giving ones opinion of the text ICS Skills : - Searching for information using keywords

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION Level 2 (vii) Making simple predictions as to what might happen next

LANGUAGE CONTENT - same as above

ACTIVITIES Retell story in ones own words

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AE

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CUTI GAWAI 2011 / CUTI PERTENGAHAN SEMESTER

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VALUES Chapter 11 Never Too Young, Never Too Old

1.1 Make friends and keep friendship a)Taking part in conversation and discussion

IP

Level 1 v) Listening to and discriminating between initial and final consonants, language and short vowels, plural forms and contraction vi)Expressing thanks and responding appropriately

Grammar a)adverbs of manner b)collection nouns c)pronoun each as adjectives Sound system /w/

1.2 Take part in social interaction by b)participating in conversation and discussions 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by

IP

Listing Text completion Writing an outline of a recount Sequence of events Vocabulary enrichment Matching words Rearrange words to form sentences

IF

i)Listening to and understanding a variety

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THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES a)listening to spoken text such as talks,speeches and from other multimedia sources b)reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION of text of suitable length ii) Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of text of suitable length Level 2 i) telling what the text is about ii)scanning for certain details iii)Following sequence of ideas in simple text xii)Drawing obvious conclusions in simple texts

LANGUAGE CONTENT Vocabulary Independence Procession Oath-taking Ceremony Celebrate

ACTIVITIES

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VALUES Chapter 12 Independence Day

2.2 Process information by a)skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas

IF

Level 3 ii) giving a simple recount orally vii) Writing recounts vi) Talking about values found in the text

Sound system /w/

Writing an outline of a recount Gap-filling Comprehension question Role play

2.3 Present information to different audiences by a) Writing directions, instruction, recounts, announcement, using appropriate format and convention

IF Level 3 vii) Apply process writing skills by a) discussing the topic with peers b) writing out an outline

Vocabulary Independence Procession Oath-taking Ceremony Celebrate Anthem Grant Pitifully

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC LITERATURE COMPONENT GRAPHIC NOVEL : JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION c) writing paragraphs with a clear focus

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

3.1 Listen to, read, and respond to literary works by (b) Telling how characters in the text are similar to those in ones life

AE

Level 1 - Noting important details Level 2 (ix) Telling how events, characters and values in the text are similar to ones life x) Talking about values in the text

3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by b) retelling a story from a different point of view and presenting it in another genre 27 28

Listing down phrases from the text Discuss the meaning of phrases and give examples Listing down characteristics of the two people Sequence and match the graphic and text according to the story

HEALTH Chapter 13 Food for Thought

1.1 Make friends and keep friendship a)Taking part in conversation and discussion

IP

1.2 Take part in social interaction by b)participating in conversation and discussions

IP

Level 1 v) Listening to and discriminating between initial and final consonants, language and short vowels, plural forms and contraction iii) Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately to questions iv)Responding to questions politely by giving the required information

Grammar a) Nouns -countable and uncountable b)Phrasal Quantifiers c) Pronoun -some as adj

a)

Pair work ask and respond orally Listen and repeat Language game Project worka menu eating habit

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THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.2 Process information by b)extracting main ideas and supporting details c)following sequence of events

DOMAIN IF

SPECIFICATION Level 2 vi)Identifying main ideas in paragraph vii)Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple paragraphs. Level 1 v) Listening to and discriminating between initial and final consonants, language and short vowels, plural forms and contraction iii) Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately to questions iv)Responding to questions politely by giving the required information Level 3 vi) Punctuating meaningfully using capital letters, commas, fullstop, questions marks

LANGUAGE CONTENT Vocabulary Routine Calories lifestyle

ACTIVITIES

Grammar d) Nouns -number -regular/irregular verbs e)Verb -simple present tense

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HEALTH Chapter 14 Your Health, Your Wealth

1.1 Make friends and keep friendship a)Taking part in conversation and discussion

IP

Pair work ask and respond orally Listen and repeat Language game Project workb) a menu eating habit

1.2 Take part in social interaction by b)participating in conversation and discussions

IP

Sound system Plural forms /iz/ , /aiz/

2.3 Present information to different audiences by a) Writing directions, instruction, recounts, announcement, using appropriate format and convention

IF

Vocabulary Diet Junk food poultry

vii)Writing recounts

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC LITERATURE COMPONENT POEM : THE RIVER By Valerie Bloom

LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.1 Listen to , read, view and respond to literary works by : a)understanding and telling in ones own words the story and the poem/story heard/read, and giving ones opinion on the text c)explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life e) reciting poem with feeling and expression

DOMAIN AE

SPECIFICATION Level 1 i) Reciting a poem with feelings and expression and with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress and rhythm ii) Finding out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual clues and the dictionary iii) Giving the sequence of events(narrates the story of Macbeth) Level 3 xii) Talking about the message the writer is putting across and writing a simple paragraph on it

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES Introduction to the poem and narrates the story of the Author Introduction to the poet Introduction to the poem; students respond to the title Poem with some omission of words Compare answers to the poem

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HEALTH CHAPTER 15 A Long Life Journey

1.1 Make friends and keep friendship a)Taking part in conversation and discussion

IP

Level 1 v) Listening to and discriminating between initial and final consonants, language and short vowels, plural forms and contraction Level 1 iii)Asking simple

Grammar a)Sentence patterns -placing orders b) Adjectives -comparison of adjective Sound system

Class discussion Indentifying details from text Completing a diagram Seeking and giving onesopinion Role-play Completing an order form

1.2Take part in social

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES interaction by a)Carrying out a variety of language functions b) Participating in conversations and discussion

DOMAIN IP

SPECIFICATION questions politely to get information and responding appropriately to questions iv) Responding appropriately to questions by giving the required information Level 2 iv) making enquiries about a price for example its price, make weight

LANGUAGE CONTENT /o/ , /d/

ACTIVITIES

Vocabulary Advertise Muscles Regular Products

1.3Obtain goods and services by a)making enquires

IP

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CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN II

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HEALTH CHAPTER 15

2.2 Process information by d) getting the explicit meaning of the text

IF

Level 2 vi) Identifying main ideas in simple paragraph vii)Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple paragraph xii) Drawing obvious conclusion in simple text

Vocabulary Calculate Manufactured Effects Self-confidence

A Long Life Journey

Constructing questions Listen and repeat Language games Prepare a dialogue Put up opinion board

2.3 Present information to different audiences by a) writing directions, instruction, recounts, announcement, using

IF

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES appropriate format and convention

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION Level 3 vii) Writing recounts viii)Apply process writing skill

LANGUAGE CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by b) recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting

AE Level 2 vi) Talking about characters in a story and writing a simple paragraph on one or two characters Level 1 v) Listening to and discriminating between initial and final consonants, long and short vowels, plural forms and contraction iii)Asking questions to clarify using correct intonation responding appropriately Level 1 ii)Reading silently and aloud with understanding a variety of text of suitable length iii)Following sequence of ideas

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Chapter 16 Deep Impact

1.1 Make friends and keep friendship a) taking part in conversation and discussions c) exchanging ideas and giving opinions on topics of interest 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by a)listening to spoken text such as talks, speeces and from other multimedia sources b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media

IP

Homonyms Proverbs Grammar a) Verbs -special finites or modalswill -top affirm -to show request

Brainstorming Skimming and scanning Mind-mapping Rearranging words Completing a table Match proverbs with meaning

IF

Sound system Vowel Long and short sounds /a/ , /n/

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WEEK 38 - 39

THEME/ TOPIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Chapter 17 As Good as It Gets

LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.2 Process information by b) extracting main ideas and supporting details

DOMAIN IF

SPECIFICATION Level 2 vi)Identifying main ideas in simple paragraph vii) Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple paragraph Level 2 vi) Punctuating meaningfully using capital letters, commas, fullstop, questions marks Level 3 vii)Writing recounts

LANGUAGE CONTENT Grammar a) Nouns -concord Sound system Vowels Long and short sounds -/a:/ , /n/

ACTIVITIES Gap-filling Listen and repeat Language game Write a short article Class debate

2.3 Present information to different audiences by a) writing directions, instruction, recounts, announcement, using appropriate format and convention

IF

Vocabulary Internet Addicted Stimulating Source

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Chapter 18 A Test of Time

1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by

Level 1 IP iii) Asking simple questions politely to get information and responding appropriately to questions

Homonyms Proverbs Grammar a) Verbs -special finites or modalswill -top affirm -to show request Sound system Vowel Long and short sounds /a/ , /n/

- Brainstorming - Group Discussion - Debating

c) exchanging ideas and giving opinions on topics of interest

1.1 Take part in social interaction by b) participating in conversations and discussions

iv) Responding to questions politely by giving the required information

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WEEK

THEME/ TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DOMAIN IF

SPECIFICATION Level 2 vi) Identifying main ideas in simple paragraph vii) Identifying supporting details or ideas in simple paragraphs

LANGUAGE CONTENT Vocabulary Internet Addicted Stimulating Source

ACTIVITIES

2.2 Process information by b) extracting main ideas and supporting details

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PMR EXAMINATION REVISION Discussion / Enrichment Activities End-of-Year Holidays

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