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Scheme of Work for Form 3 English Language

No. of
Week
2

Theme

Topic

Learning Outcomes

Specifications

Values

People

Well known
personalities
and their
contribution in
improving the
lives of people

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest
d. taking part in conversation
and discussions

Level 1
iii Asking question politely to
get information

Friendship
Tolerance
Appreciation
Patriotism
Diligence

iv Responding appropriately
to questions by stating,
refuting and giving details

Language
Content
Grammar:
Nouns
-concrete
-abstract
Adjective that
shows qualities

Pedagogical
Strategies
MI (Multiple
Intelligence)
Cx
(Contextual)
Cc
(Constructivism)

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

2.1 Obtain
information
for different purposes
a. listening spoken text such
as talks, speeches and
viewing television,
documentaries and
multimedia
c. reading materials in print
such as reports and articles
and using other electronic
media such as the Internet
2.1 Process information by:
a. skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
b. extracting main ideas and
detail

Level 2
vii- participating in teacher
guided discussion on topic of
interest by
-agreeing to another and
saying no
- disagreeing politely with
another and giving ones
opinion
-defending ones point of
view
Level 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. Telling what the text is
about
ii. Giving important details
iii. Asking and answering
question
Level 2
v. Identifying important ideas
Level 3

Tenses
-Simple Present
-Simple Past
Sound system
1.0 Consonant
5.0 Past Tense
Word list
-active
-beloved
-development
-nation
-intelligent
-talented
-enterprising
-firm

CCT (Thinking
Skills)
LL (Learning How
To Learn)
FS
(Future Studies)
ML (Mastery
Learning)

c. discerning sequence of
ideas
d. getting the explicit and
implicit meaning of the text
g. identifying different point
of views

3.1 Listen to, read and


view and respond to
literary works by:
e. explaining the message
the writer is trying to convey
and discussing how this
relates to ones life
e. reciting poems with
feeling and expression
3

People

Well known
personalities
and their
achievements:
their
contributions in
improving the
health of
people

vi. Writing down key ideas of


the text listen to
Level 1
i. Reciting a poem with
feeling and expression and
with correct pronunciation,
intonation, stress and rhythm
ii. Finding out the meaning of
unfamiliar words by using
contextual cues and/or the
dictionary
iii. Retelling the story of the
content of the poem in ones
own words

1.3 Take part in social


interaction by:

Level 1
ii. expressing appreciation
and gratitude.

b. participating in
conversation and discussion

Level 2
vii. Requesting for assistance
and thanking another

2.1 obtain information by


a. skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas.

b. extracting main ideas and


detail

d. getting the explicit and


implicit meaning of the text

h. using print and electronic


dictionary

Level 1,2 & 3


i. listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts
ii. reading silently and aloud
to understanding variety of
texts
A. Processing texts listened
to by:
Level 1
i. telling what the texts is
about.
ii. asking and answering
question
Level 2
v. identifying important

Appreciation
Gratitude
Kindness
Caring

Grammar
Abstract nouns
Concrete nouns

Adjectives

Tenses (Present)

Sentences:
Simple and
compound
sentences
Positive statement
Words List
Helicopter
Hospital
Doctor
Technology
Population

CCTS
Cx
LL
FS
MI

ideas.
B. Processing texts read by
Level 1
i. stating the text type that is
being read
ii. scanning for details
iii. using the dictionary to
find the unfamiliar words
Level 2
vi. identifying main ideas in
texts
vii. identifying supporting
details on ideas in the texts
viii. acquiring the meaning of
words by using contextual
clues.
Level 3
xi. Drawing obvious
conclusion in simple texts
2.3 Presenting information
to different audience by:
c. responding to question
orally and in writing
i. Using appropriate format,
convention and grammar
when presenting information

Environment

Natural
Phenomena:
What cause
flood and how
to deal with
them

1.0 Language for


interpersonal
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendship by:
c. talking about self, family,
friends, interest, past event,
feelings and personal
experiences and
understanding when others
talk about themselves.
d. take part in conversation

Level 2
Responding to question and
comments spontaneously
orally
Level 3
ix. applying process writing
skills

Level 1
ii. Talking about ones
experiences
L1. iii asking questions
politely to get information
Li. iv Responding
appropriate to questions by
stating , refuting and giving
details
L2 vii Participating in
teacher-guided class

Gratitude
Appreciation
Responsibility
Civic-minded

Grammar
The Simple
Present Tense
The Simple Past
Tenses
The Future Simple
Tense
Wh-question
Adjectives that
describe the scene

MI( Multiple
Intelligence)
CX
( Contextualism)
Cc
( Constructivism)
LL(Learning how
to learn)
FS
(Future Studies)

and discussion.
1.2 Take part in school
interaction by:
b. participating in
conversation and discussion
c. making plans and
arrangements
2.0 Language for
informational purposes by:
c. reading materials in print
such as reports and articles
and using other electronic
media such as the internet.

discussion on topics of
interest by:
-agreeing to another and
saying no
-disagreeing politely with
another and giving ones
point of view
viii. Asking question, seeking
clarification and responding
to question appropriately.
L1 ii. Expressing appreciation
and gratitude
iv. Expressing support for
others
Obtaining information by
L1,2 and 3
Ii Reading silently and aloud
with understanding a variety
of texts

2.2 Process information by


a-skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
b-extracting main ideas and
supporting details
c-following sequences of
ideas

A. Processing texts listened


by:
L1 i. Telling what the text is
about
ii. noting important details
iii. Asking and answering Qs
L2
iv. Following sequence of
ideas
v. Identifying important ideas
by listening and checking a
list.
B. Processing texts read by:
L1 iii Following sequence of
ideas
iv. using the dictionary to
find the unfamiliar words
L2 vi identifying main ideas
in texts
viii. identifying supporting

Sound System
/pt/, >:t/, /nk/
Word list:
Agriculture
Busy
But
During
Electricity
Encourage
Escape
Fate
Food
Future
Heavy
Responsible
School
Water

details or ideas in texts


L3 ix. drawing obvious
conclusion in simple texts
x. making simple predictions
giving in simple texts
xi. drawing obvious
conclusions in simple texts

2.3 Presenting information


to different audiences by:
a. writing directions,
instruction, recount,
announcements, using
appropriate format and
conventions

Presenting information by:


L1 i. Narrating orally what
events took place
ii. Taking spelling and
dictation of texts apply
spelling rules for
-one word or two
-silent e
L2 iv. Expanding notes and
outlines

Environment

Natural
Phenomena:
What cause
earthquakes
and how to deal
with them

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topic of
interest.

2.1 Level 1
iii Asking questions politely
to get information
iv responding appropriate
questions by stating refuting
and giving details.

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by:
b. participating in
conversation and directions

Level2
vii. participating in teacher
guided class discussions on
topics of interest like
-agreeing to one another and
saying so
-disagreeing politely with one
another and giving ones
opinions
-defending ones point of
view
viii. asking questions seeking
clarification and responding
to questions appropriately.

2.1 Obtain information for


different by:
a. listening to spoken texts
such as talk, speeches and
viewing television,
documentaries and
multimedia.
c. reading materials in print
such as reports and articles
and using an electronic
media such as the internet.

2.1 Obtaining information by:

Appreciation
Compassion
Environment
awareness

Grammar
Abstract nouns
*names of
qualities, states,
activities
e.g. eruption,
tremor

Prepositions of
direction:
*The tremor starts
from the core.
*The victims are
evacuated to a
relief centre.
Sound system/m/n/

MI
CX
CCTS
LL
FS
ML

2.2 Process information by:


a. skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas.
b. extracting main ideas and
details.
c. discerning sequence of
ideas
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by:
a. writing recounts,
descriptions, explanation,
speeches, reports and
articles.
c. responding to questions
orally and in writing.

Level 1, 2, 3
i. understanding a variety of
texts
ii. Reading silently aloud with
understanding a variety of
texts.
A. Processing texts
Listened to by
Level 1
i. telling what the text is
about
ii. giving important details
iii. asking and answering
questions
Level 2
iv. following sequence of
ideas
v. identifying important ideas
B. Processing texts read by:
Level 1
ii. scanning for details
iii. following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
Level 2
vi. identifying main ideas in
texts
vii identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
Level 3
ix. identifying cause and
effect in simple texts
x. making simple predictions
giving reasons.
xi. drawing obvious
conclusions in simple texts.
2.2 Presenting information
by:

Level 3
vi. writing brief simple
descriptions.

Environment

Natural
phenomenon:
what causes
landslides and
how to
overcome them

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions

L1. ii. Expressing


appreciation and gratitude.
L1. iv. Expressing support for
others.
L2. vii. Writing notes:
- requesting for assistance
- thanking

2.1 obtain information for


different purposes by:
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
viewing television
documentaries and
multimedia.

L1,2,& 3
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
texts.

c. Reading materials in print


such as reports and articles
and using other electronics
media such as the internet.

L1,2 & 3
ii. Reading silently and aloud
with understanding a variety
of texts.

2.2 Process information by:


a. skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas.
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas.
2.3 Present information to
different audiences by:
a. writing recounts,
descriptions, explanations,
speeches, reports and articles
d. presenting information in
non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams,
charts and vice-versa.

L1.ii. Giving important


details.
L2. vi. Identifying main ideas
in texts.
L2.vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts.
L3.ix. Identifying cause and
effect in simple texts.
L3.v. Summarizing main
ideas in simple texts
vi. Writing brief simple
descriptions

Safety
Gratefulness
Charity
Cooperation

Grammar:
Adjectives that
show qualities eg.
An enjoyable
holiday; a happy
person
Tenses:
a. Simple Present
Tense
*When talking
about facts that are
generally true eg.
Tobacco smoke
contains a lot of
poisonous
substances.
Sound System
7.0 Stresses in two
and three syllable
words
7.1 PROduce,
proDUCE,
PROcess,
process

MI (Multiple
Intelligence)
Cx (Contextualism)
Cc
(Constructivism)
CCT (Thinking
Skills)
LL (Learning How
to Learn)
FS (Future Studies)
ML (Mastery
Learning)

g. summarizing information

Obtaining information by:


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Social Issues

Problems
facing young
people today
and how to
overcome these
problems:
Bullying

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports and articles
and using other electronic
media such as the internet.

Level 1,2 &3


ii. Reading silently and aloud
with understanding a variety
of texts.

B. Processing texts read by:


2.2 Process information by
:
a. skimming and scanning
foe specific information and
ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and
details;
g. identifying different
points of view.

Level 1
i. Stating the text type that is
being read.
ii. Scanning for details
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
Level 2
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in texts
Level 3
ix. Identifying cause and
effect in simple texts.
Presenting information by:
Level 1
i. Narrating orally the events
that took place.
Level 2
iii. Responding to questions
and comments spontaneously
orally.
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines

Sympathy

Grammar:

Respect

Verbs
Regular &
irregular
Negative verbs

Friendship

Tenses
Simple past
tense
Adverbs
Adverb of
manner
Sound
4.0 Consonant
Cluster
4.1 /str/
4.2 /sm/
4.3 /gr/
9.0 Sentence stress
& intonation

MI
(Multiple
Intelligences)
CX
(Contextualism)
CC
(Constructivism)
CCTC
(Thinking Skills)
LL
(Learning How to
Learn)
FS
(Futures Studies)
ML
(Mastery Learning)

Level 3
vi. Writing brief simple
descriptions.

Social Issues

Problems
Facing Young
People Today
and How to
Overcome
These
Problems; Peer
Pressure

1.0 Language for


Interpersonal use:
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinion on topics of
interest
d. taking part conversation
and discussions
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
a. carrying out a variety of
language functions
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.0 Language for
Informational Use:

Level 1
iii. asking questions politely
to get information
iv. Responding appropriately
to questions by stating,
refuting and giving details.
Level 2
viii. asking questions, seeking
clarifications and responding
to questions appropriately
Level 3
iv. expressing support for
other

Level 1, 2 & 3
ii. reading silently and aloud
with understanding a variety
of text.

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by:
c. reading materials in print
such as reports and articles ;
and using other electronic
media such as the internet
A. Processing texts listened
to by:2.2 Process information by:
b. extracting main ideas and
details
e. predicting outcomes
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas

Level 1
ii. Giving important details
iii. Asking and answering
questions
Level 2v. Identifying

Friendship

Cooperation

Tolerance

Politeness

Appreciation

Verbs special
finites
and modals
Pronouns
Possessive
pronouns
Demonstrative
pronouns
Personal
Pronouns

CCTS
Cx
FS
Cc
LHTL

2.3 Present information in


different audiences by:
c. responding to questions
orally and in writing

important ideas
B. Processing tests read by:Level 1v. Acquiring a range
of vocabulary by: Stating words of the same
meaning
Level 1
i. Narrating orally the events
that took place
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines
Level 3
v. Writing brief simple
descriptions

Social Issues

Other problems
facing young
people today
and how to
overcome these
problems:
Acceptable
Behavior

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendship by:
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest
d. taking part in
conversations and
discussions
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by:
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions

L1 (iii) asking questions


politely to get information
(iv) responding appropriately
to questions by stating,
refuting and giving details
L2(vii) participating in
teacher-guided class
discussions on
topics of interest by:
-agreeing to another and
sayings
-disagreeing politely with
another and giving ones
opinions
-defending ones point of
view
(viii) asking questions,
seeking clarification and
responding to questions

Friendship
Tolerance
Kindness
Appreciation

Grammar
Adjectives that
show qualities

MI
(multiple
intelligence)

Adverbs

Cx
(contextualism)

Sound
Consonants
/c/,/k/
- cause, call

CCT
(thinking skills)
ML
(mastery learning)

Sentence patterns:
1. agreeing with
another
2. expressing
appreciation and
gratitude

politely
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
c. reading materials in print;
such as diagrams and
conversations and using
other electronic media such
as the internet.
2.2 Process information by;
a. skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas
b. extracting main ideas &
details

L1,2&3
(ii) reading silently and aloud
with understanding a variety
of texts.
Processing Texts read:
L1 (i) Telling what the text is
about
(ii) giving important details
L2(v) identifying important
ideas
L1 (ii) taking spelling and
dictation of texts

2. Presenting information
a. writing descriptions of
people explaining reasons
why they like the person

L2 (vi) participating in
Teacher-guided class
discussions on topics of
interest by
b. writing dialogues on an
-agreeing to another and
issue
saying do
- agreeing to one another and -disagreeing politely with
saying so
another and giving ones
- disagreeing politely &
opinion
giving opinions in social
-defending ones point of
interact
view
1.3 (iv) composing a dialogue
relating to the story

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Health

Problem Of
Growing Up
Among Young
People-Bad
Breath

1.2 Take part in social


interaction by:
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions
1.3 Obtain goods and
services by
a. making enquiries;

L1. i. Requesting assistance


L1. ii. Expressing
appreciation and gratitude
L2. vii. Writing notes and
requesting for assistance,
thanking another.

Personal
Hygiene,
Self discipline,
Friendship,
Tolerance,
Appreciation

Grammar:
The Simple Present
Tense,
The Simple Past
Tense,
Wh-questions
Conjunctions and

MI(Multiple
Intelligence)
Cx(Contextualism)
Cc(Constructivism)
CCT(Thinking
Skills)
LL(Learning How
to Learn)

2.1 Obtain information for


different purposes by:
a. listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches, and
viewing television
documentaries and
multimedia.
c. Reading materials in print
such as reports & articles
and using other electronic
media such as internet.
2.2 Process information by
d. skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas.
e. extracting main ideas and
supporting details.
f. discerning sequence of
ideas.
e. predicting outcomes
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas.

L2. iii. Making enquiries


about the same services from
other companies.
L1-3
i. Listening to and
understanding a variety of
text.
ii. Reading silently& aloud
with understanding a variety
of text.
A. Processing text listened to
by:
L1. i. Telling what the text is
about
ii. Giving important
details.
iii. Asking and answering
Qs.
L2. iv. Following sequence of
ideas
v. Identifying important
ideas
L3. vi. Writing down key
ideas of a text listened to.

B. Processing texts read by:


L1.i. Stating the text type that
is being read.
ii. Scanning for details
iii. Following sequence of
ideas in simple texts.
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.
v. Acquiring a range of
vocabulary by:
- stating words of the same

sequence
Connectors
Modals Verbsshould, can, must,
say, might
Concord-(Subject
Verb Agreement)
Sentence PatternsRequesting
assistance,
expressing
appreciation and
gratitude
Adjective in terms
of colour, size and
shape. E.g. a soft
toothbrush, a bad
breath
Sound:
Consonants
/v/w/

FS(Future Studies)
ML(Mastery
Learning)

meaning.
- stating words opposite in
meaning.
-stating one word for a group
of words
-stating phrasal quantifiers.
L2. vi. Identifying main ideas
in texts.
vii. Identifying supporting
details or ideas in text.
L3. ix. Identifying cause &
effect in simple text.
x. Making simple
predictions giving reasons.
xi. Drawing obvious
conclusions in simple texts.
xii. Interpreting information
from notices, articles from
magazines, advertisements,
simple passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and graphs.
L3.viii. Expanding notes and
outlines.
ix. Applying process writing
skills.
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Health

Problems of
growing up
among young
people:
dandruff

2.3 Presenting information


to different audience by:
b. writing recounts,
descriptions, explanations,
speeches, reports and
articles, directions.
Language for
Interpersonal Use
1.1 Make friends and keep
friendships by:
b. talking about self, family,
friends, interest, past events,
feelings, and understanding
others talk about themselves

L1.ii. Talking about ones


experiences

Cleanliness
Healthconsciousness

Grammar:
Nouns
i. Concrete nouns
a. common nouns
b. proper nouns

Cooperation
Consumer
awareness

L1.i. Greeting people and

Adjective
-comparison
adjective
-regular forms
-irregular
comparative and
superlative forms
Sound system

MI
CX
CC
CCT
FS
ML
LHTL

c. exchanging ideas and


giving opinions on topics of
interest
d. taking part in
conversations and
discussions.
1.3 Obtain goods and
services by:
a. making enquiries

exchanging pleasantries
L1.iv. Responding
appropriately to questions by
stating, refuting and giving
details.
L2.iii. Making enquiries
about the same services from
other companies
- making comparison
deciding on the company
and giving reasons
L1. ii. Giving important
details
L2. iv. Following sequences
of ideas
L2. vi. Asking questions and
making statement with
correct intonation and word
stress to show emphasis and
sentence rhythm; and
pronouncing words clearly
and correctly.
L3. xii. Interpreting
information from notices
articles from magazines,
advertisements, simple
passages, simple diagram,
tables, simple reports, charts
and graphs.

2.3 Present information to


different audience by:
c. responding to questions
orally and in writing
d. presenting information in
non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams,
charts, and vice-versa

L2. iii. Responding to


questions and comments
spontaneously orally

1.0
Consonant
1.2 d/d-doll, dive

12

Health

Problem of
growing up
among young
people: facial
hair

3.2 Express themselves


creatively and
imaginatively by:
c. composing simple poems,
stories and dialogues.

Level 1
ii. Talking about ones
experiences
iii. Asking questions politely
to get information.

Level 2
vii. Participating in teacherguided class discussions on
topics of interest by
-agreeing to another and
1.0 Language for
saying so
Interpersonal Use
-disagreeing politely with
1.1 Make friends and keep another and giving ones
friendship by:
opinion
d. taking part in conversation -defending ones point of
and discussion
view
L2. iii. Changing the text to
another form(genre)

Level 1,2&3
A. Processing texts listened to
by:
Level 1
i. Telling what the text is
about.
ii. Giving important details.
2.0 Language for
Informational Use
2.2 Process Information
by:
a. Skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and
details
e. predicting outcomes
g. identifying different point
of view

Presenting information by:


Level 1
i. Narrating orally the events
that took place.
Level 3
ix. Applying process writing
skills.

Cleanliness

Self-confidence

Self-esteem

Healthy
lifestyle

5. Verbs
v. Modal Verbscan, must, may,
might

MI
Cx
Cc
CCT
LL
-Using must when FS
we think it is
ML
necessary.
Eg. You must know
how to groom
yourself.
-Using can to talk
about suggestion
Eg. You can us a
suitable skin care.
-Using may /
might to say that
perhaps something
will happen in the
future.
Eg. It may help you
to improve your
complexion.
6. Adverbs
i. Adverb of
manner
-To show how an
action was done
using the suffix-ly,
e.g. Clean your
face gently.
8.Connectors
i. Conjunction-and,
but, or, so
e.g. My face is fair
and smooth.
ii. Sequence

Connectors
-first, next, then,
finally
e.g. First, clean
your face
thoroughly. Next,
put on hygienic
facial strip wax.

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by:
A. writing recounts,
descriptions, explanation,
speeches, reports and articles
i. using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar
when presenting information

Then, leave it for 1


or 2 minutes.
Finally, peel of the
wax strips. You
will have a smooth
skin.
13

Science
Are the Seas
&Technology Shrinking

1.1 Make friends and keep


friendships by:
c. exchanging ideas and
giving opinions on topics of
interest
d. taking part in
conversations and
discussions

Take part in social


interaction by:
b. participating in
conversations and
discussions
2.1 Obtain information for
different purposes by:
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches and
viewing television,

Level 1
iv. Responding appropriately
to questions by stating,
refuting and giving details
Level 2
vii. Participating in teacherguided class discussion on
topics of interest by
-agreeing to another and
saying so
-disagreeing politely with
another and giving ones
opinion
-defending ones point of
view
Level 1
iv. Expressing support f or
others
Level 2
vii. Writing notes:
-requesting for assistance
-thanking another
Level 1, 2&3
i. Listening to and

Caring for the


environment
Love our
environment

Tenses

FS

Modals

CX

Sequence
connectors

MI

Co-operation

LHTL
WH-questions

Responsibility

CCT
Imperatives

Good
citizenship

CC

documentaries and
multimedia.
c. 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
e. predicting outcomes
g. identifying different
points of view
i. interpreting non-linear
texts such as maps, chart,
diagrams, tables, graphs
j. making short notes and
mapping out ideas

2.3 Present information to


different audiences by:

understanding a variety of
texts

A. Processing texts listened


to by:
Level 1
i. Telling what the text is
about
ii. Giving important details
iii. Asking and answering
questions
Level 2
v. Identifying important ideas
B. Processing text read by:
Level 1
ii. Scanning foe details
iii. Following sequence of
ideas
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of the
unfamiliar words
v .Acquiring a ranger of
vocabulary by:
- stating words of the same
meaning
Level 2
vi. Identifying cause and
effect I simple texts
x. making simple predictions
giving reasons
xi. drawing obvious
conclusion in simple texts.
xii. interpreting information
from notices, articles,
magazines, advertisements,
simple passages, simple
diagrams, tables, simple
reports, charts and graphs
Presenting information by:
Level 1

a. Writing recounts,
descriptions, explanation,
speeches, reports, and
articles
c. Responding to questions
orally and in writing
d. presenting information in
non-linear forms including
tables, graphs, diagrams,
charts, and vice-versa.
i. Using appropriate format,
conventions and grammar
when presenting
information.
3.2 Express themselves
creatively and
imaginatively by:
c. Composing simple poems,
stories and dialogues.

14

Science
Life in the
&Technology Oceans

2.0 LANGUAGE FOR


INFORMATIONAL USE
2.1 Obtain information
for different purposes by:
a. Listening to spoken texts
such as talks, speeches,
viewing television
documentaries & multimedia

i. Narrating orally the events


that took place
ii. taking spelling rules for
-one word or two
-silent e
Level 2
iii. Responding to questions
and comments spontaneously
orally
iv. Expanding notes and
outlines
Level 3
vi. Writing simple
descriptions
viii. Expanding notes and
outlines
Level 2
iii. Changing the text to
another form(genre)
L1
i. Listening to &
understanding a variety of
texts.
ii. Reading silently &aloud
with understanding a variety
of texts.
A. Processing Texts listened
to:
L1
i. Telling what the text is
about.
B. Processing Text read by:
L1
ii. Scanning for details
iv. Using the dictionary to
find the meaning of
unfamiliar words.

Appreciate
Nature,
Respect for
life,
Environment
conservation

Grammar
- Wh-questions
- Adjectives
- Simple Present
Tense(Active/Passi
ve Voice)
- Subject-VerbAgreement
- Sequence
- Connectors
- Nouns
- Punctuation
Sound
4.0 Consonant
Cluster
4.7 sh-splash
fresh

MI
Cx
ML
CCTS
FS
LL

L2
vi. Identifying main ideas in
texts.
L3
ix. Identifying cause &effects
in simple texts
L1
ii. Taking spelling &dictation
of texts.
L2
ii. Expanding notes &the
outlines
L3
vi. Writing brief simple
description

5.0 Plural Forms


8.0 Stresses in
compound words
SEAshell