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ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK

FORM 4 2014

WEEK

TOPIC/THEM
E

1, 2 & 3

Theme:
PEOPLE
TOPICS:
Chapter 1
KNOWING
ME
KNOWING
YOU

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL
USE
INTERPERSONAL USE
AESTHETIC USE
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles

Poem:
In The Midst of Hardship
By Latiff Mohidin
- INTRODUCTION
- LITERARY DEVICES

Metaphor

Simile

Personification
Identifying message/theme
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

LANGUAGE CONTENT
GRAMMAR
SOUND
SYSTEM
Simple Present
Tense.
Verb Forms

/s/ sound in the


singular verbs

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE

WEEK

TOPIC/THEM
E

4,5 & 6

Theme :
ENVIRONMEN
T

TOPICS:
Chapter 2
SAVING
EVERY
DROP

WEEK

TOPIC/THEME

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL
USE
INTERPERSONAL USE
AESTHETIC USE
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(e)
Expanding notes and
outlines
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

Short Story:
QWERTYUIOP
By VIVIEN ALCOCK
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE CONTENT
GRAMMAR
SOUND
SYSTEM
Language
Forms and
Functions
TB
(Pg 26)

Consonant
sounds
/v/ /w/
TB
(Pg 37)

LANGUAGE CONTENT

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

7,8 & 9

THEME :
SOCIAL
ISSUES
TOPIC:
Chapter 3
REACHING
OUT

(Notify if unable to meet


dateline)

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main ideas
and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(e)
Expanding notes and
outlines
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE
Poem:
In The Midst of Hardship
By Latiff Mohidin

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

The Simple
Present Tense
Modals should
and need

Sentence Stress
and Intonation
TB
(Pg. 57)

3.1 Listen to, read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

LANGUAGE CONTENT
EDUCATIONA

WEEK

TOPIC/THEME

(Notify if unable to meet


dateline)

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

10 & 11

THEME:
HEALTH

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions
1.3(a)
Making enquiries and
ordering goods and
services.
1.3(b)
Making complaints and
responding to
complaints

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as
advertisements
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters to
express
unsatisfaction
2.3(e)
Expanding notes and
outlines

POEM
HE HAD SUCH QUIET EYES
BY BIBSY SOENHARJO
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

TOPIC:
Chapter 4
CHECKING UP
ON HEALTH

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

The Present
Perfect Tense

Stress on foursyllable words.

TB
(Pg. 73)
Revision on the
Simple Past
Tense

TB
(Pg 77)

L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

TB
(Pg 76)

1ST MID SEMESTER BREAK

WEEK

TOPIC/THEME

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
GRAMMAR

SOUND

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

12, 13 &
14

THEME:
HEALTH
TOPIC:
Chapter 6
GOING
HIGHTECH

WEEK

TOPIC/THEME

INTERPERSONAL
USE

INFORMAIONAL
USE

AESTHETIC USE

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and articles
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main ideas
and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

POEM:
HE HAD SUCH QUIET EYES
BY BIBSY SOENHARJO
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC

SYSTEM
Passive
Construction
Logical
Connectors

Consonant
clusters
/sl/ /kl/
TB
(Pg 117)

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

Sequence
Connectors
TB
(Pg 106, 109)
The prefix pre
TB
(Pg 119)

LANGUAGE CONTENT
GRAMMAR
SOUND

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

15-19

THEME:
PEOPLE
TOPIC:
Chapter 7
LOOKING UP
LIFESTYLES

20, 21
& 22

INTERPERSONAL
USE
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
Interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

INFORMAIONAL
USE
USE
2.1 Obtain
information for
SHORT STORY:
different purposes
THE FRUITCAKE SPECIAL
by
BY FRANK BRENNAN
2.1(a)
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
Listening to
respond to literary works by
information
a. understanding and telling in
2.1(c)
ones own words the story and
Reading materials in
poem heard and/or read, and
print such as reports
giving ones opinion of the text;
and articles
b. recognizing elements in a
2.2(a)
story such as characters and
Skimming and
setting;
Scanning
c. explaining the message the
2.2(b)
writer is trying to convey and
Extracting main ideas discussing how this relates to
and details
ones life;
2.2(d)
d. understanding other
Getting the meaning
peoples cultures, traditions,
in context
customs and beliefs;
2.2(f)
e. reciting poems with feeling
Drawing conclusions
and expression.
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information
MID-YEAR EXAMINATION
2014

MID-YEAR BREAK ( WEEK 22 , 23 & 24)

SYSTEM
Concord:
Subject-Verb
Agreement
TB
(Pg 127)
Adjectives and
Nouns
TB
(Pg 128)

Words from
foreign
languages

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE

WEEK/
DATE

25 & 26

TOPIC/THEME

THEME:
ENVIRONMEN
T
TOPIC:
Chapter 8
CARING FOR
THE
ENVIRONMEN
T

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
INFORMAIONAL
USE
USE
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

LANGUAGE CONTENT
LANGUAGE FOR
GRAMMAR
AESTHETIC USE

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and a talk
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main ideas
and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

SHORT STORY:
THE FRUITCAKE SPECIAL
BY FRANK BRENNAN

Verb and
preposition
combination

3.1 Listen to, read, view and


respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

TB
143
Adjectives and
preposition
combination
TB
144

SOUND
SYSTEM
Homograph
TB
149

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
ICT
MI
VCE.

WEEK

TOPIC/THEME

27-30

Theme:
Social Issues
TOPICS:
Chapter 9
Facing
Teenage Blues

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
INFORMAIONAL
AESTHETIC USE
USE
USE
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(a)
Listening to
information
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and a talk
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main ideas
and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing letters and
articles
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

DRAMA:
GULP AND GASP
BY JOHN TOWNSEND
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

LANGUAGE CONTENT
GRAMMAR
SOUND
SYSTEM
Punctuation
colon, hyphen,
brackets

Consonant
sounds
/kr/ /br/ /fl/ /bl/

TB
(Pg 159)

TB
(Pg 161)

Revision
Present Perfect
and Simple Past
Tense
TB
(Pg 160)

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE
SI

WEEK

TOPIC/THEME

31-34

Theme:
SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY
TOPICS:
Chapter 10.
MOVING
AHEAD

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

WEEK

TOPIC/THEME

OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS
LANGUAGE FOR
LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
AESTHETIC USE
USE
2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as reports
and a talk
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main ideas
and details
2.3(a)
Writing reports
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

DRAMA:
GULP AND GASP
BY JOHN TOWNSEND
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

LANGUAGE CONTENT
GRAMMAR
SOUND
SYSTEM
Prepositions of
directions
Preposition of
purpose.

Consonant
sounds /s/ /zem/
/sp/
TB
(Pg 191)

TB
(pg 183 & 184)

LANGUAGE CONTENT

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE
SI

35, 36 &
37

Theme:
HEALTH
TOPICS:
Chapter 11.
HEALTHY
LIVING

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(a) Listening to a
conversation
2.1(c) Reading
materials in print
such as an article
2.2(a) Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b) Extracting
main ideas and
details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a) Writing letters
of complaint
2.3(g) Summarizing
information

DRAMA:
GULP AND GASP
BY JOHN TOWNSEND
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

GRAMMAR

Verb and
preposition
combination

SOUND
SYSTEM
Homographs
TB
Pg 149

TB
Pg 143
Adjective and
preposition
combinations
TB
Pg 144

2ND MID-TERM BREAK

TOPIC/THEME

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

WEEK

10

LANGUAGE CONTENT

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE
39

Theme:
VALUE
TOPICS:
Chapter 12
LOVING OUR
COUNTRY

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

TOPIC/THEME

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

SOUND SYSTEM

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(a)
Listening to a
conversation
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as an
article
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main ideas
and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing an article of
process
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

DRAMA:
GULP AND GASP
BY JOHN TOWNSEND
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

The Past Perfect


Tense
TB
Pg 224

Sentence stress in
statements and
questions
TB
227

LEARNING OUTCOMES/SPECIFICATIONS

WEEK

11

Adverbs of
degreeThoroughly,
completely,
nearly
TB
Pg 226

LANGUAGE CONTENT

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

TS
LHTL
MI
VCE

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL
USE
40

Theme:
ENVIRONMEN
T
TOPICS:
Chapter 13
PRESERVING
NATURE

1.1 Make friends and


keep friendships by
1.1(b)
Taking part in
conversation and
discussion
1.1(d)
Exchanging ideas,
information and
opinions on topic of
interest
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
1.2(b)
Discussing plans and
arrangements, solving
problems and making
decisions

41, 42
& 43

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMAIONAL
USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
2.1(a)
Listening to a
conversation
2.1(c)
Reading materials in
print such as an
article
2.2(a)
Skimming and
Scanning
2.2(b)
Extracting main ideas
and details
2.2(d)
Getting the meaning
in context
2.2(f)
Drawing conclusions
2.3(a)
Writing an article
2.3(g)
Summarizing
information

REVISION
POEMS AND SHORT
STORIES
3.1 Listen to, read, view and
respond to literary works by
a. understanding and telling in
ones own words the story and
poem heard and/or read, and
giving ones opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a
story such as characters and
setting;
c. explaining the message the
writer is trying to convey and
discussing how this relates to
ones life;
d. understanding other
peoples cultures, traditions,
customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling
and expression.

REVISION WEEK
&
FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION 2014

12

GRAMMAR

SOUND
SYSTEM

Conjunction
either. Or ,
neither nor.
TB
Pg 246

Contraction d
and m

ConjunctionsAlthough.
However
TB
Pg 239

Silent g /n/,
silent l /m/, /lm/,
/r/ sounds
TB
Pg 247

TB
Pg 246

EDUCATIONA
L EMPHASIS

END OF THE YEAR SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

THEME
People :
Environment :
Social Issues :
Health :
Science & Technology
EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES:

Planning for a career


- current careers and understanding the hard work and
sacrifice involved in preparing for such careers
Protecting our rivers, lakes, and oceans in order that they continue to
play a useful role in the lives of people living near them.
- e.g. protecting the environment from oil spills and acid rain
Social freedom and responsibility
- how young people can use the freedom given to them responsibly
Dangers of getting into bad habits such as smoking and other undisciplined
behavior
Responsible waste management
- e.g. industrial waste, hospital waste
THINKING SKILLS, LEARNING HOW TO LEARN SKILLS, INFORMATIONAL AND COMMUNICATIONS
TECHNOLOGY (ICT) SKILLS, VALUES AND CITIZENSHIP, MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND
PREPARATION FOR THE REAL WORLD.

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