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ENGLISH LANGUAGE – FORM 2

SCHEME OF WORK WITH PPPM 2017

WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
1–2 CHAPTER 1 Language For Interpersonal 1. Talk about one’s family. Lisan Band 1 Thinking Skills Contractions Consona
GOOD Use 2. Talk about how the students Ask simple questions politely to obtain Multiple nts /l/ and
(1 JAN TIMES a. take part in discussions spend their holidays. information and respond to questions Intelligences ‘WH’ words /r/
– TOGETHER b. respond to spoken text 3. Listen to descriptions of appropriately. Values to ask
12 JAN) Language For Informational places. Listen to and discriminate the Preparation for the questions
THEME: Use 4. Write a description – family consonants, vowels and diphthongs. Real World
PEOPLE a. identifying main ideas and friends. Baca Band 1 VOCABULARY:
b. reading materials in print 5. Scanning for specific ideas. Read familiar texts and scan adequately - words to
Language For Aesthetic Use 6. Look for required for details, sequence and reorganise describe people
a. reciting poem information in a text. ideas correctly. and things
7. Following sequence of - words related to
ideas. descriptions of
8. Reciting a poem holidays
3 –4 CHAPTER 2 Language For Interpersonal 1. Talk about jobs people do. Lisan Band 2 Thinking Skills Positive and Consona
JOBS Use 2. Describe occupations. Participate in oral interactions by talking Multiple negative nts /v/
(15 JAN PEOPLE DO a. take part in discussions 3. Conduct an interview to appropriately. Intelligences statements and /w/
– b. conduct interview gather information on Listen to and discriminate the past Values sentences
26 JAN) THEME: Language For Informational occupation. tense forms, plural forms and Preparation for the
PEOPLE Use 4. Identify main idea-locate contractions. Real World Collective
a. identify main idea information about jobs. VOCABULARY: nouns
b. dialogue 5. Read a dialogue about a -words related to
Language For Aesthetic Use job. certain jobs
a. Read a poem 6. Read about the people, - words related to
places and events in a story. objects used in
certain jobs
5 CUTI SEMPENA TAHUN BARU CINA (27/1/17 – 4/2/17)
6–8 CHAPTER 3 Language For Interpersonal 1. Talk about the students’ Baca Band 2 Thinking Skills Adjectives of Consona
CHANGING Use town or village. Read a variety of texts to scan Multiple Comparison: nt
(5 FEB SCENES a. take part in discussions 2. Ask questions politely to get adequately for details, sequence and Intelligences Comparative /s/ /z/
– b. questions & answer drills information. reorganise ideas and find meaning of s
23 FEB) THEME: Language For Informational 3. Listen to a description of words (synonyms, antonyms, VOCABULARY:
PEOPLE Use homes and complete a table. hypernyms). Words related to Superlatives
ENVIRONM a. identify specific 4. Read opinions and towns and villages
ENT information supporting points. (environment).
b. process information 5. Read and locate Words related to
c. composing short text information. sights, sounds,
Language For Aesthetic Use 6. Discussion about the movement and
a. read important events in message in the story. feelings.
stories
b. explaining the message

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS CE EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC EMPHASIS SYSTEM
9 – 11 CHAPTER 4 Language For Interpersonal 1. Talking about life in the city. Tulis Band 1 Thinking Skills Simple Vowels
CITY Use 2. Read and locate information Write some simple sentences but lack Multiple Present /e/
(26 FEB EXTRA a. take part in discussions in a text. accuracy. Intelligences Tense – to /ae/

Language For Informational 3. Identifying points in a text - show /Λ/
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THEME: Use headlines Tulis Band 2 VOCABULARY: truth/fact /a:/
MAR)
ENVIRONM a. identify specific 4. Read a passage to identify Express ideas in simple sentences on a Words related to
ENT information problems and solutions. limited range of topics using simple city life and Conjunctions
PEOPLE b. reading texts 5. Write opinions on problems vocabulary with minimal use of writing environment. “and”. “but”.
c. present information for related to crowded cities. conventions. Words related to “so”,
different audiences. 6. Read newspaper and problems in the “because”
Language For Aesthetic Use magazine articles. Tulis Band 3 city.
a. identify sequence of 7. Draw tables, charts to Write a text expressing one’s opinions
events present information. 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
one’s 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 one’s
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 one’s opinions
creatively and critically using a wide
range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of
vocabulary.

MID TERM HOLIDAYS (17/03/17 – 25/03/17)

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC EMPHASIS SYSTEM
CHAPTER 5 Language For Interpersonal 1. Talk about feelings. Lisan Band 3 Thinking Skills Adverbs Vowel
12 THE VALUE Use 2. Listen to a radio Understand messages and descriptions Multiple “where”, /u/ /u:/
OF a. carrying out social announcement and complete a by identifying a few main ideas and Intelligences “when” /i/ /i:/
(26 MAR FRIENDSHI interaction. message. supporting details, and answering oral
– P Language For Informational 3. Reading for main ideas in a questions correctly. VOCABULARY: Simple Past
30 MAR) Use letter. Listen to texts, recall and respond to the Words in stories. Tense
THEME: a. scanning for specific 4. Write down main idea and main ideas in an organized way. Words related to
PEOPLE information. supporting details found in Baca Band 3 qualities in a
AND b. Linking the main ideas. paragraphs. Read a variety of texts and correctly person.
SOCIAL c. Expanding notes and 5. Recite poem on friendship. scan for simple details, sequence and
ISSUES outlines. 6. Retell stories in own words. reorganise ideas, find meaning of words
Language For Aesthetic Use (synonyms, antonyms, hypernyms),
a. recite poem identify main ideas and supporting
details

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13 – 14 CHAPTER 6 Language For Interpersonal 1. Talk about daily routine. Tulis Band 1 Thinking Skills Simple Vowels
DAY IN DAY Use 2. Asks questions politely to Write some simple sentences but lack Multiple Present /α/ / ə:/
(2 APR OUT a. carrying out social get information. accuracy. Intelligences Tense –
– interaction 3. Listening to poem and fill in Tulis Band 2 habitual /з:/ /ə/
13 APR) THEME: Language For Informational the blanks. Express ideas in simple sentences on a VOCABULARY: actions
PEOPLE Use 3. Write sentences about daily limited range of topics using simple Words related to
AND a. listening to a spoken text. routine. vocabulary with minimal use of writing daily routine. Sequence
SOCIAL b. discerning sequence of 4. Write article for school conventions. Words related to connectors
ISSUES ideas. magazine. Tulis Band 3 devices used for
c. expanding notes 5. Read and understand the Write a text expressing one’s opinions measuring time.
Language For Aesthetic Use gist of a poem. using a range of simple sentence
a. read a poem patterns with sufficient use of writing
conventions and vocabulary.
Tulis Band 4
Write a text on some topics expressing
one’s 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 one’s
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 one’s opinions
creatively and critically using a wide
range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of
vocabulary.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
15 - 16 CHAPTER 7 Language For 1. Talk about how to Tulis Band 1 Thinking Skills
PRECIOUS Interpersonal Use spend time wisely and Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy. Multiple Modal verbs Past Tense
(16 APR MOMENTS 8. talking daily routines. Intelligences “can”, forms
– about 2. Create poster. Tulis Band 2 “cannot” /d/
27 APR) THEME: personal 3. Write out school rules. Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited VOCABULARY: /t/
PEOPLE experienc 4. Read and locate range of topics using simple vocabulary with Words related to Articles
AND es. information in a dialogue. minimal use of writing conventions. using time wisely.
SOCIAL Language For 5. Write a ‘To Do’ list.
ISSUES Informational Use 6. Identify main events in Tulis Band 3
a. reading for the correct sequence. Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a
details. 7. Write a simple range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient
b. presenting narrative. use of writing conventions and vocabulary.
information. 8. Describe characters in
c. reading materials a story. Tulis Band 4
in print. Write a text on some topics expressing one’s
Language For opinions with a fair amount of creativity, sentence
Aesthetic Use patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.
8. characters
in a story Tulis Band 5
Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of
topics expressing one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

17 – 19
REVISION
(30 APR

18 MAY)

20 PEPERIKSAAN PPT (21/05/17 – 25/05/17)

MID YEAR HOLIDAYS (26/05/17 – 10/06/17)

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
21 - 23 CHAPTER 8 Language For 1. Talk about a healthy Thinking Skills
A Interpersonal Use lifestyle and health Tulis Band 1 Multiple Intelligence Prepositions Past Tense
(11 JUN HEALTHIER a. talking about routines. Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy. of time forms
– YOU health. 2. Ask and answer VOCABULARY: /ed/
29 JUN) b. identifying questions politely. Tulis Band 2 Words related to a Prepositions /d/
THEME: different points of 3. Give directions based Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited healthy lifestyle. of direction /t/
HEALTH view on a map. range of topics using simple vocabulary with Words related to
AND c. give direction 4. Read and locate minimal use of writing conventions. health problems.
PEOPLE Language For information given in a
Informational Use table. Tulis Band 3
a. reading materials 5. Write a dialogue giving Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a
in print. advice. range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient
b. identifying 6. Make a poster. use of writing conventions and vocabulary.
specific information 7. Predict outcomes
Language For based on a situation Tulis Band 4
Aesthetic Use given. Write a text on some topics expressing one’s
a. predict outcomes 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 one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
24 – 25 CHAPTER 9 Language For 1. Talk about health / Baca B4 Multiple Intelligence Modal Past Tense
HEALTH IS Interpersonal Use environmental issues & Read a variety of texts and aptly scan for details, Thinking Skills Verbs forms
(2 JUL WEALTH a. responding to problems. sequence and reorganise ideas correctly, find “must”, ed /id/
– environment 2. Listen to complains meaning of familiar words correctly (synonyms, VOCABULARY: “mustn’t” ied /aid/
13 JUL) THEME: Language For and identify problems. antonyms, hypernyms), identify main ideas and Words related to
HEALTH Informational Use 3. Suggest solution to supporting details adequately, identify cause and health issues Plural
AND a. reading materials problems. effect relationships to adequately complete a Nouns
SOCIAL in print. 4. Read and locate graphic organizer.
ISSUES b. skimming for information in a letter.
ideas. 5. Identify causes and Tulis Band 1
c. meaning of text. effects of problems. Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy.
d. expanding 6. Write a composition
outlines. about a problem. Tulis Band 2
Language For 7. Talk about characters Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited
Aesthetic Use in a story. range of topics using simple vocabulary with
a. characters in a minimal use of writing conventions.
story
b. conveying Tulis Band 3
message Write a text expressing one’s 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 one’s
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 one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
26 – 27 CHAPTER Language For 1. Talk about Lisan B4 Multiple Intelligence ‘Some’ and Plural forms
10 Interpersonal Use advertisements, products Participate in a conversation or a discussion on a Thinking Skills ‘Any’ /s/
(16 JUL WISE a. exchanging and choosing gifts. particular topic by agreeing or disagreeing politely.
– CHOICES ideas and opinions. 2. Talk about the Listen and respond to a wide range of texts by VOCABULARY: Prepositions /z/
27 JUL) b. recount situation. advantage and recognizing the purpose of the text. Words related to of Measure
THEME: Language For disadvantage of Lisan B5 labels.
PEOPLE Informational Use advertisements. Recount and discuss events that took place using Words related to
AND a. scanning for 3. Read and locate correct language functions in a face-to-face shopping.
SOCIAL specific information from a text. situation.
ISSUES information. 4. Write a dialogue. Listen and respond to a wide range of texts by
b. identifying point 5. Agree and disagree comparing.
of views. politely. Baca B5
Language For 6. Make simple Read a variety of texts and scan for details
Aesthetic Use predictions as to what efficiently, sequence and reorganise ideas
a. predicting will happen next. correctly, find meaning of words (synonyms,
outcomes antonyms, hypernyms) competently, identify main
ideas and supporting details correctly, identify
cause and effect relationships to correctly complete
a graphic organiser and make suitable predictions
with supporting reasons.
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 one’s 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 one’s
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 one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
28 – 29
CHAPTER Language For 1. Talk about dreams, Baca B6 Thinking Skills The Plural forms
(30 JUL 11 Interpersonal Use hopes and ambitions. Read a variety of familiar and unfamiliar texts and Making Apostrophe /iz/
– LOOKING a. exchanging 2. Discuss about scan for details efficiently, sequence and interpretations /vz/
10 AUG) AHEAD opinions on topics qualities needed to reorganise ideas effectively, find meaning of words Multiple Intelligence Future Time /aiz/
of interest. achieve success. (synonyms, antonyms, hypernyms) confidently, using ‘will’
THEME: b. discussing plans 3. Listen to a report and identify main ideas and supporting details VOCABULARY:
PEOPLE and arrangements. note important details. accurately, identify cause and effect relationships Words related to
AND c. making 4. Read a dialogue on to correctly complete a graphic organiser, make ambitions.
SOCIAL decisions. dreams, hopes and appropriate predictions with supporting reasons
ISSUES Language For ambitions. and draw suitable conclusions.
Informational Use 5. Read and locate
a. extracting main information in an Tulis Band 1
ideas. interview. Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy.
b. identify specific 6. Write a letter to a
information friend about hopes, plans Tulis Band 2
Language For and ambitions. Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited
Aesthetic Use 7. Talk about how range of topics using simple vocabulary with
a. characters in a characters in a story minimal use of writing conventions.
story. achieved their goals..
Tulis Band 3
Write a text expressing one’s 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 one’s
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 one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
30 – 31
CHAPTER Language For 1. Talk about reusing and Lisan B6 Thinking Skills Subject- Diphtongs
(13 AUG 12 Interpersonal Use disposing of waste. Present ideas orally and confidently on a variety of Evaluating verb /aΰ/
– WASTE a. exchanging 2. Listen to description of topics for various academic, social and creative Making agreement /eΰ/
25 AUG) NOT, WANT opinions on local a recycling process and purposes. interpretations
NOT issues. answer questions. Listen to and process information in a listening task
b. reading materials 3. Gather ideas on effectively. VOCABULARY:
THEME: in print. recycling. Words related to
SCIENCE c. responding to 4. Talk about disposing of Tulis Band 1 recycling.
AND spoken text. waste that cannot be Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy.
TECHNOLO Language For recycled.
GY Informational Use 5. Identify main ideas – Tulis Band 2
a. listening to on recycling. Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited
spoken text. 6. Read point of view to range of topics using simple vocabulary with
b. scanning for identify supporting minimal use of writing conventions.
specific details and to understand
information. comments on reusing Tulis Band 3
c. construct and disposing of waste.. Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a
sentences. 7. Write a composition on range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient
Language For recycling. use of writing conventions and vocabulary.
Aesthetic Use 8. Read about how
a. responding to people of different Tulis Band 4
text. backgrounds live Write a text on some topics expressing one’s
b. giving opinions together.. opinions with a fair amount of creativity, sentence
of the text. 9. Talk about living patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.
together in harmony..
Tulis Band 5
Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of
topics expressing one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of vocabulary.

MID TERM HOLIDAYS (19/09/15 – 27/09/15)

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
32 – 33 CHAPTER Language For 1. Talk about flowers and Tulis Band 1 Values and Imperatives Diphthongs
13 Interpersonal Use gardening. Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy. Citizenship /eə/
(3 SEP GARDEN a. exchanging opinions 2. Identify items in a Education ‘WH’ words /ΰə/
– TREASUR on local issues picture. Tulis Band 2 – to ask
15 SEP) ES b. exchanging 3. Read and locate Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited VOCABULARY: questions
opinions. information in a poem. range of topics using simple vocabulary with Words related to
THEME: Language For 4. Read a description of minimal use of writing conventions. gardens.
SCIENCE Informational Use a hobby.
AND a. scan for specific 5. Write a short Tulis Band 3
TECHNOL information. composition about Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a
OGY b. expanding notes gardening as a hobby. range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient
and outline. 6. Talk about qualities of use of writing conventions and vocabulary.
Language For characters in stories.
Aesthetic Use Tulis Band 4
a. qualities of Write a text on some topics expressing one’s
characters in stories 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 one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of
vocabulary.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
34 – 35 14. Save Language For 1. Talk about what Tulis Band 1 - Thinking Skills The future
Our Interpersonal Use happens when trees in Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy. - Learning How to time- going
(17 SEP Jungles a. exchanging opinions the jungle are cut down Learn Skills to
– (Science on local issues 2. Talk about what can Tulis Band 2 - ICT Skills Simple and
28 SEP) and b. exchanging be done to save our Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited - Values and compound
Technolog opinions. jungles range of topics using simple vocabulary with Citizenship sentences
y) Language For 3. Listen to texts on the minimal use of writing conventions. Education
Informational Use Rafflesia and the pitcher Words related to
a. scan for specific plant and answer the Tulis Band 3 Rafflesia
information. questions Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a Words related to
b. expanding notes 4. Read and locate range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient catchment areas
and outline. information in an article use of writing conventions and vocabulary. Words related to
Language For on logging in catchment trees
Aesthetic Use areas Tulis Band 4
a. qualities of 5. Write a composition on Write a text on some topics expressing one’s
characters in stories “The Importance of opinions with a fair amount of creativity, sentence
National Parks” patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.
6. Talk about the
character’s experiences Tulis Band 5
Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of
topics expressing one’s 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 one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of
vocabulary.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
36 – 37 CHAPTER Language For 1. Talk about life in the Tulis Band 1 Thinking Skills Modal Stress in
15 Interpersonal Use future – robots doing Write some simple sentences but lack accuracy. Making associations Verbs two and
(1 OCT A PEEP a. exchanging ideas work. Tulis Band 2 Comparing and “may” three
– INTO THE and opinions. 2. Talk about life in the Express ideas in simple sentences on a limited contrasting “might” syllable
12 FUTURE b. exchanging future – based on range of topics using simple vocabulary with words
OCT)
opinions. situations. minimal use of writing conventions. VOCABULARY: Adverbs of
THEME; Language For 3. Read and locate Tulis Band 3 Words related to the Manner
SCIENCE Informational Use information in a story. Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a future.
AND a. scanning for specific 4. Design a futuristic range of simple sentence patterns with sufficient
TECHNOL information. home and car. use of writing conventions and vocabulary.
OGY b. identifying point of 5. Write responses to Tulis Band 4
views. picture stimuli. Write a text on some topics expressing one’s
c. expanding notes 6. Write a story set in the opinions with a fair amount of creativity, sentence
and outline. future. patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.
Language For 7. Identify the sequence Tulis Band 5
Aesthetic Use of events and plot. Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of
a. predicting outcomes 8. Discussion about what topics expressing one’s opinions and thoughts
ones thinks about a with some creativity using a variety of sentence
novel. patterns, writing conventions and vocabulary.
Tulis Band 6
Produce a piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions creatively and critically
using a wide range of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and an extensive range of
vocabulary.
38 – 41

(15 REVISION
OCT
–9
NOV)
42 PEPERIKSAAN AKHIR TAHUN (12/11 – 16/11/2017)
YEAR END HOLIDAYS

L1 = Level 1 – outlines the basic skills to be achieved by students.


L2 = Level 2 – outlines the continuation of the students’ progress after achieving the basic skills.
L3 = Level 3 – outlines the advance skills to be achieved by students.

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