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SMK MAHSURI KEDAH

SCHEME OF WORK (RPT) - ENGLISH LANGUAGE FORM 5


2016
UNIT
MONTH
WEEK

THEME
TOPIC
LITERATURE
COMPONENT

UNIT 1
January
Week 1 & 2

PEOPLE
You and your
personality.

(3-7 Jan) &


(10-14 Jan)

LITERATURE
Introduction
To Literature
POEM :
Nature

LEVEL

NOVEL :
DEAR MR KILMER
SHORT STORY:
QWERTYUIOP
3
UNIT 2
January
Week 3 & 4
(17-21 Jan)
&
(24-28 Jan)

PEOPLE
Unsung Heroes.

LITERATURE
Introduction
To Literature
POEM
Nature
NOVEL:
DEAR MR KILMER

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE


S - Talk about ones feeling and discuss personality types
L/S - Ask and express opinions about someone
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L - Listen to a conversation: recall important details
R - Read extracts and scan for details
W - Write acrostic poems
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Find out the meanings of words based on contextual clues
INTERPERSONAL
L/S - Participate in a conversation and present ones views
INFORMATIONAL
R - Read main ideas, Understand meaning from context.
R/W - summarize relevant points
AESTHETIC
S - Predict story
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inference
W Write a description of a person
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
S Talk about someone who has inspired you
L/S Take part in discussions. Ask and answer questions about
someone
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a song
R Read a narrative; scan for details
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand meanings of words based on contextual
clues
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Understand main ideas, understand meaning from context

SOUND SYSTEM
-------------------------GRAMMAR
-------------------------VOCABULARY

Consonant /
and / l /

t/

----------------------Simple Present
Tense
Simple Past
Tense
Adjectives of
Quality
----------------------Idiomatic
Expressions

Consonants
/b/, /g/ and /t/
----------------------Comparisons of
adjectives
Presents Perfect
Tense
-----------------------

PEDAGOGICAL
STRATEGIES

TS
Make comparisons
Make Inferences
LHTL
Dictionary work
Summarize
Mind map
VCE
Diligence, Sacrifice,
Determination
MI
Interpersonal,
Linguistic, Intrapersonal
PRW
Be a character referee
TS
Classify
LHTL
Stages in summary
VCE
Courage, patriotism
MI
Musical, Linguistic,
spatial-visual

Can
Short Story: The
Fruitcake Special
3

UNIT 3
February
Week 5-6
(31-4 Feb)
&
(7-11 Feb)

SOCIAL ISSUES
Youth Power

LITERATURE
Introduction
To Literature
POEM:
Nature

NOVEL
Catch Us If You
Can
SHORT STORY:
Gulp and Gasp

UNIT 4
February
Week 7-8

SOCIAL ISSUES
The Smart
Consumer

(14-18 Feb)
&
(21-25 Feb)

LITERATURE
Introduction
To Literature
NOVEL:
DEAR MR KILMER

W Summarize: Expand notes


LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W understanding setting of story
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Give opinions
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Draw conclusions
R Makes inferences
W - Write a narrative
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Take part in a discussion. Persuade someone not to do
something
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to an article
R Read a passage
W Present information in posters for a bulletin board
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Exchange ideas about activities carried out by youths
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Identify main ideas, understanding meaning from context
W Summarize: Select relevant points, change sentence
structures
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W - Understand characters in a story
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Give opinions on an article heard
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W Write responses to letters in a newspaper
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
S Hold discussions on misleading sales tactics
L/S Listen and respond to complaints
S Express dissatisfaction or make a complaint
S Express satisfaction and thanks about the service
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a dialogue and note important details
R Read an article and scan for details
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Exchange ideas and opinions on consumerism
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a dialogue and make comparisons
R Understand meaning from context
W Summarize by substituting expressions
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

Building Word
Clusters

Consonant //
and //
th
----------------------Present
Continuous
Tense
Past Continuous
Tense
Gerunds

ICT
Internet research

TS
Gather Information
ICT
Internet: find
information on youth
activities in other
countries, AIDS
VCE
Respect self and others
MI
Spatial-visual

----------------------Words with more


than one
meaning
Vowels long and
short //,
/e/,
/ : /, / /
----------------------Question Tags
----------------------Prefix mis-,
inter-

KA
Activities carried out in
Rakan Muda
TS
Make comparisons
LHTL
Organize information in
a table
ICT
Use search engines
On-line shopping
VCE
Honesty, Love for
environment,
Responsibility

R/W Read and write about characters in a story


POEM:
Are you Still
Playing Your Flute

UNIT 5
February
Week 9
(28-3 Mar)

ENVIRONMENT

Its Raining Acid!


LITERATURE
Introduction
To Literature
NOVEL:
DEAR MR KILMER
POEM:
Are You Still
Playing Your Flute

MI
Intrapersonal,
Naturalistic,
Kinaesthetic

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE


R Make inferences
R read and compare information in a table
W Write a formal letter of complaint

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE


L/S Take part in a discussion
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a description: note important details
R Read a narrative and expository essay: scan for details,
follow sequence of ideas
W Present information in a flow chart
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Identify main ideas, understanding meaning from context
W Summarize: select relevant points, expand notes
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand the sequence of events in a story
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Exchange ideas, information and opinions
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L - Identify cause and effect, draw conclusions
R Predict outcomes, identify cause and effect
W Write an essay: expand information in a flow chart

Vowels long and


short /u:/, /v/, /i:/
/I/
----------------------Connectors

PRW
How to be a
responsible consumer.
How to be a smart
shopper.
TS
Draw conclusions
LHTL
Present information in
the form of a flow chart
VCE
Respect for the
environment
MI
Spatial visual

----------------------Suffixes
'cide'
'logy'

MARCH WEEK 10
(6-10 Mar)
PRE MID YEAR EXAMINATION

UNIT 6
March
Week 11 &
12

HEALTH
Smoking The
silent Killer.
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
FORM 4
POEMS:

MID-SEMESTER BREAK
(11-19 MARCH 2016)
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Take part in discussions
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to conversation: note important details
R Predict outcomes, identify cause and effect
W Create a questionnaire. Present information in a data form
and pie chart

Vowels long and


short //

and //
Diphthongs /
/ and /e/
-----------------------

TS
Compare and contrast
information
LHTL
Fill data forms, draw pie
charts
ICT
Internet: find statistics
VCE

(20-24 Mar)
&
(27 Mar
31 Mar)

In the Midst of
Hardship
He Had Such Quiet
Eyes
&
NOVEL
DEAR MR KILMER
SHORT STORIES
QWERTYUIOP
REVISION

1
UNIT 7
April
Week 13 &
14
(3-7 Apr) &
(10-14 Apr)

HEALTH, PEOPLE
AND SOCIAL
ISSUES
Self-Esteem.
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
FORM 4
NOVEL
DEAR MR KILMER

SHORT STORIES
QWERTYUIOP
The Fruitcake
Special
Gulp and Gasp
3

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE


L/S Compare and contrast information obtained and decide on a
choice
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L/S Conduct an interview
R Identify ideas, understand meaning from context
W Summarize: select relevant points, expand notes
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand events that occur in a main characters life
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W write a report
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
W Write about a main character in a story

MID SEMESTER HOLIDAYS


21-29 MARCH 2014
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Talk about self esteem and appearance
L/S Enquire about ones health
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a dialogue and recall important details
R Read journal entries: scan for details
R Do a health quiz
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
S Role-play characters
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
S Take part in social interaction
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to and sequence events
R Identify main ideas from journal entries
R Understand meaning from context
R/W Summarize writers feelings and emotions expressed in
journal entries
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand the significance of an event
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to and compare information

Past Perfect
Tense
----------------------Word Collocation

Diphthongs /
a/,/I/, /3:/

and //
-----------------Modals may,
might, may
not, might
not
Adverbs
---------------------Synonyms

Physical and mental


cleanliness
MI
Interpersonal
Kinaesthetic Spatialvisual
PRW
Create questionnaire,
interview people

TS
Differentiate Predict
LHTL
Use a thesaurus
ICT
Use search engines.
Browse websites
VCE
Moderation
Healthy society
MI
Spatial-visual
Intrapersonal
PRW
KA
Know about anorexia
nervosa and dieting
PRW
Create awareness of
the dangers of slimming
programmes

UNIT 8
April
Week 15 &
16
(17-21 Apr)
&
(24-28 Apr)

SCIENCE &
TECHNOLOGY
Transport
Tomorrow
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F4
SHORT STORIES:
QWERTYUIOP
The Fruitcake
Special
Gulp and Gasp

NOVEL
DEAR MR KILMER
REVISION
1
UNIT 9
May
Week
17&18
(1-5 May)&
(8-12 May)

SOCIAL ISSUES &


PEOPLE
Striving for Safety
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F 4 & F5
Poems and Short
Stories

NOVEL
DEAR MR KILMER
REVISION
3

R Make inferences
R Write a speech
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
W write a script
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Take part in discussions. Make enquiries after reading
advertisements
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a news bulletin: note important details
R Read an expository passage: scan for details
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Exchange ideas on the forms of transportation shown
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Identify main ideas, understand meaning from context
W summarize: revise the four stages in summary writing
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S give opinions about the feasibility of forms of transportation
shown
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W Write a descriptive essay: use information from a mind map
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand theme and describe events in which they are
present
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Discuss instances of dangerous driving
L/S Discuss distractions of drivers
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a forum and recall details
R Read a narrative and scan for details
R Read a narrative and sequence events
W Write bumper stickers
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
S Interview witnesses to an accident
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L/S Identify main ideas in the forum
R Identify main ideas in a narrative
R Understand meaning from context
R/W Summarize important events in a narrative
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
W/S Understand universal values and talk about instances in
which these values are illustrated
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Express opinions on dangerous driving and road safety

Consonant
Clusters stl. tch
and ckle
----------------------Talk about the
future
Simple Future
Tense will, the
going to form,
Present
Continuous
Tense am / is /
are + ing
-----------------------

TS
Make comparisons
Draw conclusions
Predict outcome
LHTL
Mind map
VCE
Respect for the
environment
MI
Spatial-visual
KA
New technology in
transportation, new
energy sources
ICT
Use search engines
Browse websites

Abbreviations
Consonant
Clusters spr,
scr, spl

Active and
Passive Voice

Idiomatic
expressions
using repetitive
words

TS
Interpret information
Sequence
Draw conclusions
LHTL
Dictionary skills
VCE
Rationality
Civic mindedness
Moderation
Responsibility
MI
Spatial-visual
Intrapersonal
PRW
Road safety

LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE


R Make inferences
R Read articles from the internet
W Write a recount of an accident

MAY WEEK 19-20


(15-19 May) & (22-26 May)
MID YEAR EXAMINATION
MAY - JUNE WEEK 21
(27 May 11 June 2016)
MID YEAR BREAK
UNIT 10
June
Week 2223
(12-16 June)
&
(19-23 June)

ENVIRONMENT

Earths fragile
Future
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F4 & F5

NOVEL
DEAR MR KILMER
REVISION
3

UNIT 11
June & July
Week 2425
(26 June
30 Jun) &
(3-7 July)

ENVIRONMENT

What a waste!

LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F4 & F5
NOVEL
DEAR MR KILMER

REVISION

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE


L/S Take part in a discussion
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a poem on deforestation
R Read a passage
W Present information in posters
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Exchange ideas, information and opinions about
environmental issues
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Identify main ideas, understand meaning from context
W Summarize: Select relevant points
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Give opinions on deforestation
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper on a current issue
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W read and write about themes and values in stories
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Take part in a discussion
W Make a journal entry
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a conversation: note important details
R read transcript of a forum: scan for details
W Make a list, present information in a poster
LANGUAGE FOR INORMATIONAL USE
R Identify main ideas, understand meaning in context
W Summarize Select relevant points
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Make a decision based on agreement of all members of a

Past Tense and


Past Participle um / m/ and ied / aId/
----------------------Phrasal Verbs
Adjective +
Preposition
Combinations
-----------------------

TS
Gather information
ICT
Internet: find
information on hillslope
development
KA
Causes of deforestation
MI
Spatial-visual

Words related to
deforestation

Consonant
Clusters gl and
pl
---------------------Adjectives with
prefixes il- and
bi-
-----------------------

TS
Gather and interpret
information
ICT
Internet: find
information and
statistics on recycling
VCE
Respect for the
environment, Physical
cleanliness
MI

UNIT 12
July
Week 26 &
27
(10-14 July)
&
(17-21 July)

SCIENCE &
TECHNOLOGY
Robot, Friend or
Foe?
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F 4 &F 5
REVISION

UNIT 13
Week 28
(24-28 July)

ENVIRONMENT

Seas of Oil
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F 4 &F 5
REVISION

group
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W Write a speech: expand notes
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Read and write on figurative language used
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Take part in discussions
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a conversation: note important details
R Read an extract from a novel: scan for details
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand poems read
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Exchange ideas about robots
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Note different points of view
R Identify main ideas, understand meaning from context
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand plot and character in short stories
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Exchange ideas, information and opinions.
Draw conclusions
L/S Give opinions
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W summarize: Select relevant points, expand notes
W Write an essay: give your opinions
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Complete a synopsis of a short story
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Take part in a discussion
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a news broadcast
R Read a passage: scan for details
W Present information in a poster
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand a poem read

Verbs with the


prefix re-

Consonant
Clusters
(revision)
spr, scr and
spl
----------------------Nouns
Functioning a
Adjectives
----------------------Phrases with
second, e.g.
second-class,
second fiddle

Words borrowed
from other
languages
---------------------Prepositions of
Direction out of
and away from
-----------------------

Spatial-visual
KA
Waste disposal
procedures for various
types of waste
TS
Express opinions
VCE
Rationality
MI
Spatial-visual
Linguistic
Kinaesthetic
KA Uses of robots
PRW
Give and justify
opinions

TS
Gather information
ICT
Internet: find
information on food
chains and dugongs
LHTL
VCE
Respect for the
environment: love for
wildlife

UNIT 14
August
Week 29
(31 July-4
Aug)

ENVIRONMENT
The Gracious Citizen

LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F4 &F5
REVISION

UNIT 15
August
Week 3031

PEOPLE &
SOCIAL ISSUES
Your career

LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE


L/S Exchange ideas, information and opinions about the effects
of oil spills
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Identify main ideas from a news broadcast
R Identify main ideas, understand meaning from context
W Summarize: Select relevant points, expand notes
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand incidents in stories
S Talk about the ending of a short story
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W Write an essay: expand on notes given
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
S Talk about the message in a poem
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Hold discussions on gracious and ungracious behaviour
L/S Relate feelings, personal experiences about gracious and
ungracious behaviour
S Persuade people not to commit ungracious acts
S Discuss correct behaviour in public places
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L/S Listen to a radio talk show and recall important details
R Read a letter to a newspaper and scan for details
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen and identify main ideas
R Read and identify main ideas
R/W Summarize viewpoints
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
S Give opinions on gracious and ungracious behaviour
S Present ones viewpoint with reasons
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W Write an article
W Keep an account of gracious deeds in a diary
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
W Write a review of a short story
W Write about the message in a poem
W Change the ending of a short story
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Talk about plans for the future
L/S Discuss plans and make decisions on careers
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen to a dialogue and recall important details

The Prefix co-

MI
Spatial-visual
KA
Effects of oil spills

Homographs
----------------------Indirect/Reported
speech
----------------------Idiomatic
Expressions

Homophones
-----------------------

TS
Interpret information
Evaluate
LHTL
Rules of using
Indirect/Reported
speech
ICT
Browse websites
VCE
Civic-mindedness
Respect for the
environment
MI
Intrapersonal
Naturalistic
PRW
Gracious and
ungracious behaviour
Responsibility towards
the environment

TS
Sequence information
LHTL
Tabulate information
VCE

(7-12 Aug)
&
(14-18 Aug)

LITERATURE
COMPONENT
F4 &F5
REVISION

R Read and article and scan for details


R Use a dictionary to find meanings
W Present information in tables
LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE
L/S Ask one to think about and decide on future plans
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
L Listen and sequence information
R Identify main ideas from an article
R Understand meaning from context
R/W summarize relevant information from a dialogue
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
R/W Understand character and incidents in a story
W Write about lessons learnt from a character in a story
LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE
R Make inferences
W Write a letter of application for a job
W Prepare a curriculum vitae / vi:ta /
LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE
W Write about the message in a poem

Articles
(i) Singular
Countable Nouns
a, an. the
(ii) Use of some
with Plural
countable Nouns
----------------------Types of
occupation

Independence
Diligence
MI
Spatial-visual
Intrapersonal
PRW
Prepare for job
interviews
Prepare a curriculum
vitae
ICT
Browse websites

SEPTEMBER WEEK 32-33


21 Aug 8 Sep
PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SPM FORM 5
September
Week
34-38
October/
November
Week
39-42

REVISION

September
Week 34-38
(18-22 Sept) (25 Sep 29 Sep) (2-6 Oct) (9-13 Oct) (16-20 Oct)
October
(2-6 Oct) (9-13 Oct) (16-20 Oct) (23-27 Oct)
November
(30 Oct - 3 Nov) (6-10 Nov) (13-17 Nov) (20 Nov 24 Nov)

SPM EXAMINATION PRACTISE


(PECUTAN SPM TERAKHIR)
PRACTISE TRIAL PAPERS FROM OTHER STATES

25/11/16 31/12/16
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SPM EXAMINATION
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2014

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