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S.K.

SENGGARANG (BATU PAHAT)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 1 (SEMESTER 1) KSSR 2011

SEMESTER 1

THEME TOPIC LEARNING STANDARDS SOUND EDUCATIONAL REMARKS


SYSTEM EMPHASES

Week 1 & 2 Orientation 1.1.1 Able to listen and respond to Mastery Suggested activities:
(3 Jan -14 programme stimulus given with guidance: Learning For pre-listening & pre-
Jan) a)environmental sounds speaking activity:
• Listen for the recording
2.1.1 Able to identify and distinguish of animals, things or
The shapes of the letters in the nature sounds and
Alphabet. guess.

3.1.1 Able to demonstrate fine For pre-reading activity:


motor control of hands and • Learn the alphabet
fingers by:
a)handling objects and For pre-writing activity:
manipulating them. • Play with the dough.

4.1.1 Able to enjoy nursery For language arts activity:


rhymes, jazz chants and action • Refer to Unit 1 (page 4)
songs through non-verbal in the text book)
response.

Week 3&4 Greetings 1.1.1 Able to listen and respond to /s/ /ae/ /t/ constructivism Suggested activities:
stimulus given with guidance: /p/ For listening & speaking
World of self About me b) instrumental sounds activities:
c)body percussion • Listening to musical
World of instruments and
friends and respond.
family • Listen to the sounds
(17 Jan-28 2.1.2 Able to recognise and articulate the body made.
Jan) initial, medial and the final sounds
in single syllable words within For reading activities:
given • Do this:
context /s/
(a) /s/ /æ/ /t/ p/
(s) (a) (t) (p)

3.1.1 Able to demonstrate fine motor


control of hands and fingers by: /ae/
b) moving hands and fingers
using writing apparatus
c) using correct posture and pen
hold grip
/t/
4.1.1 Able to enjoy nursery
rhymes, jazz chants and action
songs through non-verbal
response.

/p/

• Refer to unit 2 (page 7)


in the text book
“jumping frog”.
For writing activities:
• Penmanship

• Refer to activity book part


1 (page iv) “Getting
ready to write”

For the language arts


activity:
• Refer to Unit 3 (page 10)
Sing together: greeting
song

Week 5&6 Social- 1.1.1 Able to listen and respond to Multiple Suggested Activities:
expression stimulus given with guidance : /ɪ/ /n/ intelligence For listening & speaking
d) rhythm and rhyme /m//d/
World of activities:
e) alliteration
knowledge Asking for 2.1.2 Able to recognise and articulate • Listen to the nursery
permission initial, medial and the final sounds rhymes
World of Self in single syllable words • Listen to the tongue
(31 Jan-11 within given context: twister
feb) • Refer to Unit 5 (page 17)
(b) / ɪ/ /n/ /m/ /d/ (d)
(n) (m) in the text book.
(i) For reading activities:
• Do this:
/ɪ/
3.1.1 Able to demonstrate fine motor
control of hands and fingers by:
d) scribbling in clockwise
movement
e) scribbling in anti-clockwise /n/
movement

4.1.1 Able to enjoy nursery


rhymes, jazz chants and action /m/
songs through non-verbal
response.

/d/

• Refer to Unit 4 (page 16)


in the text book. “read
together”
• Refer to unit 5 (page 19)
in the text book. “read
together”
For writing activities:
• Learn how to do these:

• Refer to activity book part


1 (page 2& 3)

For language arts activity:


• Refer to unit 5 (page 20)
in the text book.

Week 7&8 My family 1.1.1 Able to listen and respond to /g/ /ɒ/ Contextual Suggested Activities:
stimulus given with guidance : /k/ learning
f) voice sounds
World of For listening & speaking
g) oral blending and segmenting
knowledge activities
2.1.2 Able to recognise and articulate • Listen to the phonemes
World of initial, medial and the final sounds sounds through the CD
stories in single syllable words • Listen to the short vowel
(14 feb- 25 within given context: sounds
feb) (c) /g/ /ɒ/ /k/ /k/ (k) • Listen to the long vowel
(g) (o) (c) sounds
• Listen to the voiced and
voiceless consonant
3.1.1 Able to demonstrate fine motor
control of hands and fingers by: sounds
f) drawing simple strokes up and • Pronounce the words
down separately according the
g) drawing lines from left to right phonemes of the letters
h) drawing patterns (mouth movement):

4.1.2 Able to recite nursery


rhymes, jazz chants and action
songs with correct pronunciation and
rhythm.

For reading activity:


• Do this:
/g/

/ɒ/
/k/

• Refer to Unit 9 (page


40&41) in the text book. “A
Magic Map”
• Refer to Unit 10
(page 45) “We are similar”

For Writing activities:


• Learn how to do
these:

• Refer to activity book


part 1 (page 2& 3)

For the language arts


activity:
• Refer to Unit 9 (page
37) in the text book. “Sing
together”.
Week 9 &10 1.1.2 Able to listen to and enjoy simple /k/ /e/ Thinking skills Suggested activities:
(28 Feb- 11 Calendar stories. /ʌ/ /r/ For listening & speaking
March) Days of the activities
week/months of 2.1.2 Able to recognise and articulate • Refer to Unit 11 (page
Week 11 the year initial, medial and the final sounds 48 & 49) in the text book.
(school in single syllable words Listen : “Princess Kelly
holiday) within given context: and Harry”.
• Do this:
Week 12 (d) /k/ /e/ /ʌ/ /r/ (r)
/k/
(ck) (e) (u)
(21 March-
25 March)

World of 3.1.2 Able to copy and write in neat /e/


Stories legible print:
a) small (lowercase) letters
World of b) capital (uppercase) letters
knowledge
4.1.2 Able to recite nursery /ʌ/
rhymes, jazz chants and action
songs with correct pronunciation and
rhythm.

/r/

• Refer to unit 11 (page


51) in the text book.
“Read together”
For writing activities:
• Write this:
• Refer to Activity book
part 1
(page 5,6,16,26,36,47,58
and 69)
• Refer to Activity book
part 2
(page 78,88,99 and 108)
For language arts activities:
• Refer to unit 11 (page
52) in the text book.

Week 13, Numbers 1.1.3 Able to listen to, say aloud and /h/ /b/ Knowledge Suggested activity
(28 March- recite rhymes or sing songs with /f/ /l/ /s/ Acquisition For listening & speaking
1April) guidance. activity:
• Refer to Unit 17 (page
2.1.2 Able to recognise and articulate
77) in the text book.
initial, medial and the final sounds
“Listen and say”

in single syllable words within given


Week 14 For reading activity:
context:
(Monthly test Do this:
(e) /h/ /b/ /f/ /l/ /s/
and revision) /h/
(h) (b) (f,ff) (l,ll) (ss)

Week 15&16
(11 April- 3.1.2 Able to copy and write in neat
22April) legible print:
a) numerals
World of b) words /b/
knowledge
4.2.1 Able to demonstrate skills in
handling books appropriately.

/f/

/l/
/s/

• Refer to Unit 14 (page


66) in the text book.
“read the story”
• Refer to Unit 16 (page
74) in the text book.
“(secret Word)

For writing activity:


• Sing and write

“Chant and Write”

Zero is where it all begins-


(Slap thighs to the beat.)
Curve down around and up
again.

Number one is so much fun



Pull straight down and
you’ve got a one.

Number two is easy to do—


Up around down and across
makes two.

Number three is simple to


see—
Draw two humps sideways
and that’s a three.

Number four I do adore—


Go down, across, then down
some more.

We’ve reached five, now


let’s not stop—
Pull down, circle round, put a
hat on top.

Number six is easy to fix—


Big curve, small loop will
give you six.

Number seven is really


sizzlin’—
Straight across, slant down,
and that’s a seven.

Number eight isn’t very


straight—
Make “S” then back up for
an eight.

Number nine I think you’re


fine—
A loop on top of a long
straight line.
Number ten we’ve reached
the end—
Put a one by a zero and
count again.

• Trace this:
• Trace this:
• Refer to Activity book
part 2 (page 89)
“Read, then replace”

For language arts activity:


• Bring the pupils to library
and demonstrate the
correct way of handling
the book.
• Refer to Unit 6 (page 21)
in the text book.

Week 17,18& Parts of my body 1.1.4 Able to talk about a stimulus with /dʒ/ /v/ /w/ Knowledge Suggested activities:
19 guidance. Acquisition For listening and speaking
Parts of body and activity.
(22 April- 13 it’s uses 2.1.2 Able to recognise and articulate Assesment • Refer to unit 18 (page
May) initial, medial and the final sounds 82) in the text book.
in single syllable words
• Refer to Unit 19 (page
World of within given context:
86) in the text book.
knowledge (f) /dʒ/ (j) /v/ (v) /w/ (w)

For reading activity


3.1.2 Able to copy and write in neat • Do this
legible print: /dʒ/
e) phrases
f) simple sentences

4.2.2 Able to respond to:


a. book covers /v/
b. pictures in books
with guidance.

/w/
• Refer to Unit 19 ( page
87) in the text book.
“read together: Jack the
big man”

For writing activities:


• Refer to Activity book
part 2 (page 90)
• Trace this:

For language arts activity:


• Big book reading.
• Fill in the questionnaire.

Week 20&21 PKSR- REVISION


Week 22&23 HOLIDAY

SEMESTER 2
THEME TOPIC LEARNING STANDARDS SOUND EDUCATIONAL REMARKS
SYSTEM EMPHASES
Week 1&2 Objects in the 1.2.1 Able to participate in daily /ks/ /gz/ Multiple Suggested activities:
(13 Jun-24 classroom conversations : /j/ /z/ Intelligence
Jun) exchange greetings For listening & speaking
introduce oneself activity
World of 2.1.2 Able to recognise and • Refer to unit 16 (page 73)
Knowledge articulate “Look and say”
initial, medial and the final
sounds For reading activitiis:
in single syllable words • Do this
within given context: /ks/ /gz/

(g) /ks/ /gz/ (x) /j/ (y) /z/ (z,zz)

/j/
.3.2.1 Able to complete with
guidance:
a) forms with personal
details
b) lists

4.3.1 Able to produce simple /z/


creative
works with guidance based
on:
a) nursery rhymes

• Refer to Unit 20 (page 91)


in the text book.
“Sound dice”
“sound relay”

For writing activities:


• Fill in the form based on
the sample given

For language arts activities


• Create a nursery rhymes
Week 3&4 Stories 1.2.1 Able to participate in daily /kw/ /tʃ/ Values and Suggested activities:
(27Jun-8 conversations : /ʃ/ /θ/ citizenship
make polite requests /ð/ /ŋ/
July) For listening and speaking
thank someone
activities:
express a simple apology
World of • Refer to Unit 14 (page 63)
stories in the text book. “Say
2.1.2 Able to recognise and together”.
articulate • Refer to Unit 14 (page 64)
initial, medial and the final in the text book. “Listen”.
sounds • Refer to unit 28 (page
in single syllable words 128) in the text book.
within given context: “look and say”
• Refer to Unit 5 (page 18)
(h) /kw/ /tʃ/ /ʃ/ /θ/ / in the text book. “Flying
(qu) (ch /ð/ (ng)
(sh) mat”.
) (th)

For reading activities:


Do this:
kw/

3.2.2 Able to write 3-5 word


sentences with guidance.

4.3.1 Able to produce simple


creative
works with guidance based
on:
/
b) action songs
tʃ/

/ʃ/

/
θ/ /ð/
/ŋ/

• Refer to Unit 23 (page


105) in the text book .
“Read together”
• Refer to Unit 24 (page
108) in the text book.
“Match me”

For writing activities:


• Refer to Activity book part
2 (page 115)
• Refer to Activity bok part
2 (page 116)

For language arts activity:


• Refer to Unit 26 (page
115) in the text book.

Week 5 MONTHLY TEST AND REVISION

Week 6 & 7 Instructions and 1.2.2 Able to listen to and follow: Learning how to Suggested Activities:
(18July-29 directions a) simple instructions in the learn For Listening and speaking
July) classroom. Creativity activity.
World of b) simple directions to • Refer to Unit 17 (page 78)
stories places in in the text book. “Listen
the school. and do”
2.1.3 Able to blend two to four • Refer to unit 17 (page 79)
phonemes into in the text book. “listen
recognizable and do”
words and read them • Refer to unit 17 (page 80)
aloud. in the text book. “Guide
me”
2.1.4 Able to segment words into
phonemes to spell. For reading activities:
• Refer to Unit 28 (page
129) in the text book.
3.2.3 Able to punctuate correctly: “Say it and spot it”
a) capital letters • Refer to unit 4 (page16)
b) full stop in the text book. “sound it
c) question mark right”.
• Refer to Unit 6 (page 24)
4.3.1 Able to produce simple
in the text book. “Run and
creative
grab”
works with guidance based
• Refer to Unit 7 (page 30)
on:
in the text book. “Wheel
c) jazz chants
of sounds”.
• Refer to Unit 9 (page 39)
in the text book. “word
race”

For writing activities:


• Refer to unit 6 (page 25)
in the text book.
“Read together”.
• Refer to Activity book part
1 (page 28) “Look at the
pictures. Write.”
• Refer to Activity book part
1 (page 40) “Solve the
puzzle”.
• Refer to Activity book part
1 (page 54) “Form
sentences with these
words”

For Language Arts Activities:


• Refer to Unit 11 (page 51)
in the text book.

Week 8&9 Food and 1.3.1 Able to listen to and Knowledge Suggested Activities:
(1 Aug-12 Shape demonstrate Acquisition For listening & speaking
Aug) understanding of oral texts activities
by:
• Refer to Unit 18 (page 82)
a) giving Yes/No replies
World of in the text book. “Listen
knowledge 2.2.1 Able to read and apply word and say”
recognition and word attack • Refer to Unit 20 (page 94)
skills in the text book. “The
by matching words with: shape game”.
a) graphics • Refer to Unit 30 (page
b) spoken words 136) in the text book.
“Guess my row”
3.2.4 Able to spell common sight
words and seen words. For reading activities:
• Refer to Activity book part
4.3.1 Able to produce simple
creative 1 (page 74) “Circle and
works with guidance based write”
on: • Refer to Activity book part
d) stories 2 (page 107). “Replace
rge pictures with words”.

For writing activities:


• Refer to Activity book part
1 (page 30). “Trace and
read. Then, cut and
paste.”
• Refer to Activity book part
1 (page 51). “Trace and
write”
• Refer to Activity book part
1 (page 67). “Write a
card”

For language arts activities:


• Refer to Unit 3 (page 12)
in the text book. “Animal
masks”
• Refer to Unit 15 (page 70)
in the text book. “Paper
boat”.

Week 10& 11 Clothing and 1.3.1 Able to listen to and Thinking skills Suggested activities:
(15 Aug-26 colours demonstrate For listening & speaking
Aug) understanding of oral texts activities:
by:
• Refer to Activity book part
b) answering simple
World of 2 ( page 64). “Listen and
knowledge Wh-Questions write.
• Refer to Activity book Part
2.2.2 Able to read and understand 2 (page 112). “Listen.
phrases in linear and non- Answer the question”.
linear
texts. For Reading activity:
• Refer to Unit 29 (page
3.3.1 Able to create simple non-
132) in the text book.
linear
texts using a variety of “One word to many”.
media • Refer to Activity book part
with guidance: 2 (page 125). “write the
a) greeting cards correct phrase.
b) lists
For writing activity:
4.3.2 Able to take part with • Refer to activity book part
guidance in a performance 1 ( page 67) “write a
based on: Thank you card”
a) nursery rhymes • Refer to Activity book part
1 (page 56) “My birthday
wish list”.
Week 12 SCHOOL HOLIDAY

Week Animals 1.1.2 Able to listen to and enjoy Mastery skills Suggested activities:
13,14&15 -My pet simple stories. For listening & speaking
(5 Sep-23 -Tame Animals activities:
2.2.3 Able to read and understand
sep) -Wild Animals • Refer to Unit 22 (page 97)
sentences (3-5 words) in
in the text book. “Listen to
linear
World of the story”
and non-linear texts with
stories • Refer to Unit 6 (page 22&
guidance
23) in the text book.
3.2.2 Able to write 3-5 word “Listen to the story”
sentences with guidance.
For reading activities:
4.3.2 Able to take part with • Refer to Unit 4 (page 16)
guidance in a performance based in the text book. “Read
on: together”
b) action songs • Refer to Unit 6 (page 25)
in the text book. “Read
together”.
• Refer to Unit 7 (page 31)
in the text book. “Read
together”
• Refer to Unit 9 (page
40&41) in the text book.
“A magic map”

For writing activities:


• Refer to Activity book Part
1 (page 21). “Complete
the sentences”
• Refer to Activity book Part
1(Page 24). “Complete
the sentences”
• Refer to Activity book Part
1 (page 32). “Look at the
pictures. Trace and write”
• Refer to Activity book Part
1 (page 53). “Complete
the sentences”

For Language Arts activities:


• Refer to Unit 19 (page 85)
in the text book. “Sing
and dance”

Week 16 MONTHLY TEST AND REVISION

Week 17&18 Transportation 1.1.3 Able to listen to, say aloud Entrepreneurship Suggested activities:
(3 Oct-14 and recite rhymes or sing
songs with guidance.
Oct) Shopping For listening & speaking
2.2.4 Able to read a paragraph of activities:
World of self, 3-5 • Refer to Unit 25 (Page
family and simple sentences. 127) in the text book.
friends “What must I do?”
2.2.5 Able to apply basic • Refer to Unit 27 (page
dictionary 121) in the text book.
skills using picture “Listen to the poem”
dictionaries.
For reading activities:
3.2.3 Able to punctuate correctly: • Refer to Unit 25 (Page
a) capital letters 112) in the text book.
b) full stop “Look and say”
c) question mark • Refer to Unit 24 (Page
109) in the text book.
4.3.2 Able to take part with
“Read the story”
guidance in
a performance based on:
For writing activities:
c) Jazz Chants
• Refer to Activity book Part
2 (Page 81) “Write capital
letters and (.) correctly”

For language arts activities:


• Refer to Unit 5 (page 20)
“Please, May I?”

Week 19 (17 Good time with 1.1.4 Able to talk about a Values and For listening activities:
Oct-21 Oct) Family stimulus with guidance. citizenship • Refer to Unit 27 (page
122& 123) in the text
2.3.1 Able to read simple texts book. “Look and say”
with
guidance: For reading activities:
a)fiction
• Refer to Unit 29 (page
b) non fiction
133&134) in the text
book. “Read the story”
3.2.4 Able to spell common sight
words and seen words.
For writing activities:
• Refer to Activity book Part
4.3.2 Able to take part with
2 (page 148). “Look at the
guidance in a performance based
pictures. Read and write”
on:
d) stories
For language arts activities:
• Refer to Unit 22 (Page
100) in the text book.
“Read and act”

Week 20& 21 REVISION ON YEAR 1


SYLLABUS
Week 22 PKSR2
Week 23 ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES