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WEEK/DAT THEME/TIT READING

ES
LE

LISTENING SPEAKING WRITING

GRAMMAR

9-13 JUN
(Week 1)

Grammar
(Revision)

22-26 JUN
(Week 2)

1.SOCIO-Deducing
CULTURAL meaning
from
contextual
clues,
-Skimming
and scanning
-Identifying
main ideas of
a passage
Recognizing
discourse
markers and
their uses in
linking ideas

-Listening
for specific
information
-Listening
for main
ideas and
supporting
details
-Listening
and
paraphrasing
information
-Listening to
take notes

-Factors that
aid to
effective
presentations
-Speaking
Question:In
today's
society the
hand phone
is a necessity,
not a luxury.
Do you
agree?
- Social
Networking

Linking ideas
into a
coherent
paragraph
-Organizing
and
presenting
ideas
according to
a
chronologica
l order

SVA/TENSE
S
Revisions
Parts of
speech
Prepositions
Grammar
exercises
http://www.e
nglishteststor
e.net

29JUN-3
JULY
(Week 3)

2.
-Skimming
ECONOMIC and scanning
S
extracting
specific
information
-Identifying
main ideas
-Identifying
supporting
details
-Deriving the
meaning of
words,phrase
s,sentences
from the
context
Understandin
g the use of
references
Distinguishin
g fact from
opinion

-Listening to
interpret
information
and making
inferences
-Recall and
relay
information

-Planning the
main points
usingorganizationa
l patterns
-Using
transitional
expressions
and internal
summaries

-Organizing
and
presenting
information
using spatial
-Exercise
Question:
Topic: a
letter to your
brother
studying
overseasdescribing
the apartment
with the help
of diagrams
and notes
given

Conjunction
Tenses
Adjectives

-Handling
topic from
different

-Organizing
and
presenting

Noun
Verbs
Prepositions

6-10JULY
(Week 4)

3.
Skimming
Listening to
EDUCATIO and scanning and predict
N
-Extracting information

Grammar
Exercises
http://www.e
nglishteststor
e.net

specific
information
-Identifying
main ideas
-Identifying
supporting
details
-Deriving the
meaning of
words,phrase
s, sentences
from the
context
-Drawing
inferences
-Predicting
outcomes
13-17 JULY 4.HEALTH
(Week 5)

and making
inferences
-Recall
information
from stimuli
-Relay
information
-Select
relevant
details

-Listening to
Distinguishin draw
g main ideas conclusions
and
supporting
details
-Breaking up
complex
sentences
into
comprehensi
ble units

angles
information
-Speak using using topical
appropriate order
and correct
language
-Speak
confidently,
fluently and
effectively to
communicate
ideas and
opinions

Adjectives
Vocabulary
Grammar
Exercises
http://english
teststore.net

-Preparing
points within
time limits
-Taking
down notes
during
presentations
-Speak to
fulfill task
within
prescribed
time

-Organising
and
presenting
information
using
comparison
and contrast
order

Tenses SVA
Vocabulary
Grammar
Exercises
http://www.e
nglishteststor
e.net

20-24 JULY 5.
(Week 6)
ENVIRONM Distinguishin
ENT
g main ideas
and
supporting
details
-Breaking up
complex
sentences
into
comprehensi
ble units

-Note taking
Distinguishin
g fact from
opinion

-Presenting
factual
information
-Expressing
agreement
and
disagreement

-Organising
and
presenting
information
using
comparison
and contrast
order

27-31 JULY 6.
(Week 7)
TECHNOLO
GY/EDUCA
TION

Listening to
recognize the
features of
spoken
language

-Giving
practice in
making
individual
presentation
using

-Identifying
cause and
effect
relationships
in a given
situation

-Skimming
and scanning
-Extracting
specific
information

Adjectives,
Interjection
Vocabulary
Grammar
Exercises

3-7 AUG
(Week 8)

10-14 AUG
(Week 9)

8.PEOPLE/
LITERARY
TEXTS

different
formats
-Speak in
response to
the opinions
and ideas of
others

-Writing a
paragraph
showing
cause and
effect based
on
information
given in an
article

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-To expose
students to
the
requirements
of Task B
type of
presentation
(group
discussion)
contributing
effectively to
group
discussion
-Initiating a
discussion
-Using
appropriate
transitional
expression to
express
opinions and
agreement

-Identifying
problems and
solution
relationship
in a given
situation
-Writing
essays using
problems and
solution
order

Tenses

-Skimming
and scanning
extracting
information
-Identifying
supporting
details
-Deriving the
meaning of
words,phrase
s,sentences
from the
context
Paraphrasing
sentences

-Listening in
order to
analyse and
evaluate
information

-Analyzing
and
evaluating a
text
-Skimming
and scanning
-Extracting
specific
information
-Identifying
main ideas
and
supporting
details
-Deriving the
meaning of

-Listening in -Maintaining Tenses


order to
a group
Understandin
analyse and discussion
g the writing Vocabulary
evaluate
task
Grammar
information
-Writing an exercises
-Additional
essay with
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the help of
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Vocabulary
Grammar
Exercises
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words,
phrases,sente
nces from the
context.
17-21 AUG
(Week 10)

24-28 AUG
(Week 11)

9.BUSINESS -Skimming
/
and scanning
ECONOMY using
contextual
clues
-Identifying
main ideas
-Making
inferences
-Drawing
conclusions
-Recognizing
writer's point
of view and
detecting
bias in
writing

-Listening
for specific
information
to complete
tasks

10.
CURRENT
ISSUES

-Listening to
interpret
information
and making
inferences
-Recall and
relay
information

-Skimming
and scanning
extracting
specific
information
-Identifying
main ideas
-Identifying
supporting
details
-Deriving the
meaning of
words,phrase
s,sentences
from the
context
Understandin
g the use of
references
Distinguishin
g fact from
opinion

-Practice
skills by
listening to
different
genres

-Maintaining
a group
discussion
-Concluding
a group
discussion
sample
situations for
group
discussions

-Write about
the
advantages
and
disadvantage
s of mass
report
-Write an
essay on
compare and
contrast

Tenses

-Planning the
main points
usingorganizationa
l patterns
-Using
transitional
expressions
and internal
summaries

-Organizing
and
presenting
information
using spatial
-Exercise
Question:
Topic: a
letter to your
brother
studying
overseasdescribing
the apartment
with the help
of diagrams
and notes
given

Conjunction
Tenses
Adjectives

Vocabulary
Grammar
exercises

Grammar
Exercises
http://www.e
nglishteststor
e.net

31AUG-4
SEPT
(Week12)

-Listening to SPEAKING -Organising


Distinguishin draw
TEST PART and
g main ideas conclusions 1
presenting
and
information
supporting
using
details
comparison
-Breaking up
and contrast
complex
order
sentences
into
comprehensi
ble units

7-11 SEPT
(Week 13)

REVISION
WEEK

LISTENING SPEAKING REVISION


TEST
TEST PART WEEK
2

TRIAL
EXAM
DISCUSSIO
N

TRIAL
EXAM
DISCUSSIO
N

14-18 SEPT
(Week 14)

STPM
TRIAL
EXAM(6
JUN & SEN)

21-25 SEPT
(Week 15)

28SEPT-2
0CT
(Week 16)
5-9 OCT
(Week 17)
12-16 OCT
(Week 18)
19-23 OCT
(Week 19)
26-30 OCT
(Week 20)
2-6 OCT
(Week 21)

STPM 2nd
and 3rd
TERM
EXAM

9-13 OCT
(Week 22)
16-20 NOV
(Week 23)
21 NOV

FINAL

TRIAL
EXAM
DISCUSSIO
N

TRIAL
EXAM
DISCUSSIO
N

Tenses SVA
Vocabulary
Grammar
Exercises
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nglishteststor
e.net

(Week 24)

SEMESTER
BREAK