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SMK LAHAT

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SMK LAHAT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE – FORM 3
SCHEME OF WORK with PPPM 2018
WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMA SOUND
TOPIC EMPHASIS R SYSTEM
Language For Interpersonal 1. Listen to a dialogue. LISAN BAND 1 ICT Skills Consonants
CHAPTER Use 2. Give important details. Participate in simple oral interactions on a Preparation for Subject- /k/ and /r/
1–2 1 a. take part in discussions 3. Take part in discussions. given topic. the Real World: Verb
SPECIAL b. respond to spoken text 4. Read a newspaper report. Listen to and understand a variety of texts of show dedication Agreement
02/01 TIES Language For Informational 5. Scanning for specific ideas. suitable length to friends and
– Use 6. Look for required Tulis Band 1 family. Adjectives
12/01 THEME: a. identifying main ideas information in a text. Write mainly simple sentences that lack to describe
PEOPLE b. reading materials in print 7. Following and identifying accuracy and with minimal use of writing VOCABULARY: qualities
Language For Aesthetic Use sequence of ideas. conventions. Antonyms
POISONED TALK 8. Retell the story in one’s Tulis Band 2
WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO own words. Express some ideas using mainly simple
TO THE SEA 9. Reply an e-mail. sentences on a limited range of topics with
d. Understanding and telling simple vocabulary and writing conventions
in one’s own words the story with some textual organisation.
and giving one’s opinion; Tulis Band 3
Write a text expressing one’s opinions using
a range of simple sentence patterns,
sufficient writing conventions and vocabulary
with a little creativity.
Tulis Band 4
Write a text on some topics expressing
one’s opinions and thoughts with a fair
amount of sentence patterns, writing
conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
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 some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.
Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a
variety of topics expressing one’s opinions
and thoughts creatively and critically using
an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating
sophisticated vocabulary and displaying the
ability to paraphrase using own words

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMA SOUND
TOPIC EMPHASIS R SYSTEM
CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal 1. Respond to questions LISAN BAND 2 Learning How Consonants
2 Use appropriately by stating, Talk appropriately on a variety of topics for To Learn Skills: Conjunction /d/
POLITICAL c. exchanging ideas and refuting and giving details. oral interactions or presentations. - find s
3–5 FIGURES giving opinions on topics of 2. Listen to a biography. Listen to a given text and tell what the text is information on
interest; 3. Give important details. about. Malaysian Adverbs
15/01 THEME: d. taking part in 4. Identify main idea-locate Tulis Band 1 leaders
– PEOPLE conversations and information. Write mainly simple sentences that lack
02/02 discussion. 5. Read an article. accuracy and with minimal use of writing Values &
Language For Informational 6. Read about the people, conventions. Citizenship:
Use places and events in a story. Tulis Band 2 - learn more
a. Listening to spoken texts 7. Following and identifying Express some ideas using mainly simple about the
such as talks, speeches and sequence of ideas. sentences on a limited range of topics with national
viewing television 8. Identifying supporting simple vocabulary and writing conventions symbols of
documentaries and details. with some textual organisation. Malaysia
multimedia; 9. Write an article by Tulis Band 3
e. expanding notes and expanding notes and outlines. Write a text expressing one’s opinions using VOCABULARY:
outlines; 10. Make simple prediction a range of simple sentence patterns, -contextual
Language For Aesthetic Use and give reasons. sufficient writing conventions and vocabulary clues
POISONED TALK with a little creativity.
WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO Tulis Band 4
TO THE SEA Write a text on some topics expressing
e. Recognizing elements in one’s opinions and thoughts with a fair
a story such as characters amount of sentence patterns, writing
and setting; conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
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 some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.
Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a
variety of topics expressing one’s opinions
and thoughts creatively and critically using
an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating
sophisticated vocabulary and displaying the
ability to paraphrase using own words.

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W7EK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMA SOUND
TOPIC EMPHASIS R SYSTEM
CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal 1. Respond to statements ICT Skills:
3 Use and opinions by agreeing and Baca Band 1 Internet search Wh- Long short
6-8 FAMOUS c. exchanging ideas and disagreeing politely. Read and follow sequence of ideas in questions vowel
PERSONA giving opinions on topics of 2. Listen to a documentary. familiar texts correctly in chronological order. Learning How to /ae/
05/02 LITIES interest; 3. Scan important details. Learn Skills: - Punctuation /e/
– d. taking part in 4. Identify main idea-locate find information s – capital /a:/
23/02 THEME: conversations and information. on important letters, /Λ/
PEOPLE discussion. 5. Read an article. personalities commas
Language For Informational 6. Dictation and full
Use 7. Identify main idea VOCABULARY: stops
a. Listening to spoken texts 8. Identifying supporting Prefixes ‘inter’
such as talks, speeches and details. and ‘pre’
viewing television
documentaries and
multimedia;
a. skimming and scanning
for specific information and
ideas;
b. extracting main ideas and
details;
Language For Aesthetic Use
THE DAY THE
BULLDOZER CAME
WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO
TO THE SEA
e. Recognizing setting in a
story

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26/2 – REVISION
02/3

10 USBF 1 (05/03/18 – 09/03/18)

11
13/3 – REVISION
17/3

MID TERM HOLIDAYS (17/03/18 – 25/03/18)

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC EMPHASIS SYSTEM
CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal 1. Request assistance and Lisan Band 1 Preparation for Preposition
12 4 Use express support for others. Participate in simple oral interactions on a the Real World:- of place Consonant
26/3 CHALLEN a. take part in discussions 2. Listen to a talk. given topic. handle conflict and clusters
- GES Language For Informational 3. Give important details. Listen to and understand a variety of texts of in friendships position /str/
29/3 FACED BY Use 4. Identifying important suitable length.
YOUNG a. Listening to spoken texts details. Tulis Band 1 ICT Skills: Preposition /sm/
PEOPLE such as talks, speeches and 5. Respond to comments and Write mainly simple sentences that lack Internet search of time
viewing television questions orally. accuracy and with minimal use of writing
THEME: documentaries and 6. Identify main idea conventions. VOCABULARY: Preposition
SOCIAL multimedia; 7. Identifying supporting Tulis Band 2 One word for a of direction
ISSUES a. skimming and scanning details. Express some ideas using mainly simple group of words
for specific information and 8. Write a speech. sentences on a limited range of topics with
ideas; simple vocabulary and writing conventions
b. extracting main ideas and with some textual organisation.
details; Tulis Band 3
c. present information for Write a text expressing one’s opinions using
different audiences. a range of simple sentence patterns,
Language For Aesthetic Use sufficient writing conventions and vocabulary
THE DAY THE with a little creativity.
BULLDOZER CAME Tulis Band 4
WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO Write a text on some topics expressing
TO THE SEA one’s opinions and thoughts with a fair
e. Recognizing setting in a amount of sentence patterns, writing
story conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
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 some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.
Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a
variety of topics expressing one’s opinions
and thoughts creatively and critically using
an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating
sophisticated vocabulary and displaying the
ability to paraphrase using own words.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC EMPHASIS SYSTEM
13 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal 1. Listen to a conversation. B5 DB1 E1 Vowel
02/4 5 Use 2. Take part in discussion by Able to summarise a text by: VOCABULARY: The Simple /u/ /u:/
- TIME a. take part in discussions agreeing and disagreeing  rewording Synonyms Present /i/ /i:/
06/4 MANAGEM Language For Informational giving opinions and defending  reorganising Tense for
ENT Use one’s point of view.  rephrasing instructions
a. Listening to spoken texts 3. Give important details. Tulis Band 1
THEME: such as talks, speeches and 4. Identifying important Write mainly simple sentences that lack Positive &
SOCIAL viewing television details. accuracy and with minimal use of writing negative
ISSUES documentaries and 5. Respond to comments and conventions. statements
multimedia; questions orally. Tulis Band 2
a. skimming and scanning 6. Identify main idea Express some ideas using mainly simple
for specific information and 7. Identifying supporting sentences on a limited range of topics with
ideas; details. simple vocabulary and writing conventions
b. extracting main ideas and 8. Write a letter with with some textual organisation.
details; guidance. Tulis Band 3
c. present information for 9. Describe characters Write a text expressing one’s opinions using
different audiences. through what they say or do a range of simple sentence patterns,
e. expanding notes and sufficient writing conventions and vocabulary
outlines; with a little creativity.
Language For Aesthetic Use Tulis Band 4
THE DAY THE BULLDOZER Write a text on some topics expressing
CAME one’s opinions and thoughts with a fair
POISONED TALK amount of sentence patterns, writing
WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
TO THE SEA Tulis Band 5
e. Recognizing characters in Produce a good piece of writing on a variety
a story of topics expressing one’s opinions and
thoughts with some creativity using a variety
of sentence patterns, writing conventions
and some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.
Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a
variety of topics expressing one’s opinions
and thoughts creatively and critically using
an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating
sophisticated vocabulary and displaying the
ability to paraphrase using own words.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONA GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC L EMPHASIS SYSTEM

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14 -15 CHAPTE Language For 1. Listen to a Lisan Band 2
R6 Interpersonal Use conversation Talk appropriately on a variety of topics for oral ICT Skills: The Simple Dipthongs
09/04 TEENAG a. take part in 2. Give important interactions or presentations. Internet Present Tense /Ei/ / əI/
- ERS AND discussions details. Listen to a given text and tell what the text is about. search – habitual
20/04 CAREER Language For 3. Respond to actions
S Informational Use comments and Baca Band 2 Preparation
a. Listening to spoken questions orally. Read and follow sequence of ideas in familiar texts for the Real The Simple
THEME: texts such as talks, 3. Read an article on correctly. Find meaning of words, form recognizable World:- Present
SOCIAL speeches and job descriptions. words using prefixes and suffixes. career Continuous
ISSUES viewing television 4. Scan important options Tense
documentaries and details. Tulis Band 1
multimedia; 5. Identify main ideas. Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with VOCABULA
a. skimming and 6. Identifying supporting minimal use of writing conventions. RY:
scanning for specific details. Suffixes:
information and 7. Participate in Tulis Band 2 ‘ion’ ‘-ation’
ideas; discussion by agreeing Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a
b. extracting main and disagreeing politely limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing
ideas and details; and giving opinions. conventions with some textual organisation.
c. present information 8. Write a formal letter
for different by expanding notes and Tulis Band 3
audiences. outlines. Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of
e. expanding notes 9. Describe characters simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions
and outlines; through what other and vocabulary with a little creativity.
Language For characters say.
Aesthetic Use Tulis Band 4
THE DAY THE Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
BULLDOZER CAME thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
POISONED TALK conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
WE DIDN’T MEAN
TO GO TO THE SEA Tulis Band 5
e. Recognizing Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics
characters in a story expressing one’s opinions and thoughts with some
creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.

Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
own words.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONA GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC L EMPHASIS SYSTEM
16 CHAPTE Language For 1. Listen to a talk. Tulis Band 1
23/04 – R7 Interpersonal Use 2. Give important Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with Knowledge Personal Long short
27/04 MIRROR, a. take part in details. minimal use of writing conventions. Acquisition:- Pronoun vowels
MIRROR discussions 3. Read an article. take a food /ə/
… Language For 4. Scan important Tulis Band 2 quiz Possessive /З:/
Informational Use details. Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a pronouns
THEME: a. Listening to spoken 5. Dictation. limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing Vocabulary:
HEALTH texts a talk 6. Identify important conventions with some textual organisation. - Base
a. skimming and ideas. words
scanning for specific 7. Write a speech by Tulis Band 3 - Identify
information and expanding notes and Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of base words
ideas; outlines. simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions
b. extracting main 8. Participate in and vocabulary with a little creativity.
ideas and details; conversation by giving
c. present information support and expressing Tulis Band 4
for different appreciation. Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
audiences. thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
e. expanding notes conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
and outlines;
Language For Tulis Band 5
Aesthetic Use Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions and thoughts with some
THE DAY THE creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing
BULLDOZER CAME conventions and some sophisticated vocabulary and
POISONED TALK display some critical thinking skills.
WE DIDN’T MEAN
TO GO TO THE SEA Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
own words.

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17
30/4 – REVISION
04/5
WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONA GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC L EMPHASIS SYSTEM
18 - 19
8/5 – MID-TERM EXAMINATION
18/5
20
21/5 – REVISION
25/5
22 CHAPTE Language For 1. Participate in Tulis Band 1
R8 Interpersonal Use conversation by Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with Thinking The Simple Consonant
04/06 TAKE A a. take part in expressing concern for minimal use of writing conventions. Skills:- Past Tense clusters
- BREAK! discussions others. Tulis Band 2 creative /gr/
08/06 Language For 2. Listen to a talk. Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a thinking Preposition /gl/
THEME: Informational Use 3. Read a story. limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing ‘of’
SOCIAL a. Listening to spoken 4. Dictation. conventions with some textual organisation. Vocabulary:
ISSUES texts a talk 5. Identify important Tulis Band 3 Prefixes ‘un’
a. skimming and details. Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of ‘dis’ ‘im’
scanning for specific 6. Respond to simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions ‘non’
information and comments and and vocabulary with a little creativity.
ideas; questions orally. Tulis Band 4
b. extracting main 7. Identify main ideas. Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
ideas and details; 8. Identifying supporting thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
c. present information details. conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
for different 9. Write a speech by Tulis Band 5
audiences. expanding on notes and Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics
e. expanding notes outlines expressing one’s opinions and thoughts with some
and outlines; creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing
Language For conventions and some sophisticated vocabulary and
Aesthetic Use display some critical thinking skills.
NEWS BREAK Tulis Band 6
SAD I AMS Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
MY HERO expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
WHAT IS RED? critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
THE DAY THE writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
BULLDOZER CAME vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
POISONED TALK own words.
WE DIDN’T MEAN
TO GO TO THE SEA
e. Recognizing plot in
a story

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MID YEAR HOLIDAYS (09/06/18 – 24/06/18)

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONA GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC L EMPHASIS SYSTEM

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23 - 24 CHAPTE Language For 1. Ask for assistance Lisan Band 3 Multiple Demonstrative Consonant
25/06 R 10 Interpersonal Use and respond politely. Participate in a conversation or discussion using Intelligence pronouns clusters
- KEEP b. participating in 2. Listen to a radio appropriate vocabulary to link ideas when describing, -make a /sk/
06/07 MALAYSI conversations and programme. making comparisons and confirming information. craft from Compound /st/
A discussions; 3. Give important Listen and respond to a range of texts distinguishing recycled sentences
BEAUTIF Language For details. between main and supporting ideas. items
UL Informational Use 4. Read an article. Baca Band 3
a. Listening to spoken 5. Scan for details. Read and follow sequence of ideas in a variety of texts in VOCABULA
THEME: text 6. Dictation. chronological order . Acquire meaning of words, form RY:
ENVIRON a. skimming and 7. Identify important words using prefixes and suffixes, process texts using Similes
MENT scanning for specific ideas. contextual clues, use logical connectors to show cause
information and 8. Identify main ideas. and effect relationships. Dictionary
ideas; 9. Identifying supporting Tulis Band 1 skills:
b. extracting main details. Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with -word
ideas and details; 10. Write an article by minimal use of writing conventions. relations
d. expanding outlines. applying process writing Tulis Band 2
Language For skills. Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a
Aesthetic Use 11. Act out scenes from limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing
NEWS BREAK the novel. conventions with some textual organisation.
SAD I AMS Tulis Band 3
MY HERO Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of
WHAT IS RED? simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions
THE DAY THE and vocabulary with a little creativity.
BULLDOZER CAME Tulis Band 4
POISONED TALK Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
WE DIDN’T MEAN thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
TO GO TO THE SEA conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
a. Dramatizing text Tulis Band 5
and role-playing Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics
characters; expressing one’s opinions and thoughts with some
creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing
conventions and some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.
Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
own words.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMM SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS AR SYSTEM
25 CHAPTE Language For 1. Participate in Tulis Band 1 ICT skills:
R 11 Interpersonal Use conversation by seeking Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with Internet search The Future Consonant
09/07 FOR A b. participating in clarification and minimal use of writing conventions. Tense clusters
- BETTER conversations and responding Tulis Band 2 Learning how to using:- /ƒ/
13/07 TOMORR discussions; appropriately. Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a learn skills: -the
OW Language For 2. Listen to a dialogue. limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing create a fact file present /ƒt/
Informational Use 3. Give important conventions with some textual organisation. continuous
THEME: a. Listening to spoken details. Tulis Band 3 VOCABULARY: tense
HEALTH text 4. Read a speech. Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of Suffix ‘less’ -‘going to’
a. skimming and 5. Respond to simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions -‘will’
scanning for specific comments and and vocabulary with a little creativity.
information and questions orally. Tulis Band 4
ideas; 6. Identify main ideas. Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
b. extracting main 7. Identifying supporting thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
ideas and details; details. conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
d. expanding outlines. 8. Scan for details. Tulis Band 5
Language For 9. Spelling. Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics
Aesthetic Use 10. Draw conclusion. expressing one’s opinions and thoughts with some
NEWS BREAK 11. Write a simple creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing
SAD I AMS report based on conventions and some sophisticated vocabulary and
MY HERO itinerary given. display some critical thinking skills.
WHAT IS RED? 12. Relate values in the Tulis Band 6
THE DAY THE novel to one’s life. Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
BULLDOZER CAME expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
POISONED TALK critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
WE DIDN’T MEAN writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
TO GO TO THE SEA vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
f. Explaining the own words.
message the writer is
trying to convey and
discussing how this
relates to one’s life;

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
26 -27 CHAPTE Language For 1. Ask for assistance Baca Band 4 ICT skills: Consonant
R 12 Interpersonal Use and express gratitude. Read and follow sequence of ideas in a variety of texts in Internet search The clusters
16/07 NATURAL b. participating in 2. Listen to a radio chronological order sufficiently. Acquire detailed meaning Simple /pl/
- DISASTE conversations and programme. of words, form words using prefixes and suffixes Preparation for Present /tr/
27/07 RS discussions; 3. Give important adequately, process texts using contextual clues the Real World: Tense for
Language For details. adequately, use logical connectors to show cause and find information facts and
THEME: Informational Use 4. Read a newspaper effect relationships suitably, make appropriate inferences on natural universal
ENVIRON a. Listening to spoken report. using contextual clues. disasters truths
MENT text 5. Scan for details.
a. skimming and 6. Spelling. VOCABULARY: Articles ‘a’
scanning for specific 7. Respond to Contextual ‘an’ ‘the’
information and comments and clues
ideas; questions orally. (pronouns)
b. extracting main 8. Identify main ideas.
ideas and details; 9. Identifying supporting
d. expanding outlines. details.
Language For 10. Give one opinion of
Aesthetic Use the theme of the novel.
NEWS BREAK
SAD I AMS
MY HERO
WHAT IS RED?
THE DAY THE
BULLDOZER CAME
POISONED TALK
WE DIDN’T MEAN
TO GO TO THE SEA
f. Explaining the
message the writer is
trying to convey and
discussing how this
relates to one’s life

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
28 – 29 CHAPTE Language For 1. Enquire about the Lisan Band 4 Multiple Compariso Word stress
30/07 R 13 Interpersonal Use service offered. Recount and discuss events that took place using correct Intelligence: n of – two and
- SEA b. participating in 2. Make enquires on an language forms and functions for formal/informal settings. design a poster adjectives three
10/08 TRANSP conversations and advertisement. Listen and respond to a wide range of texts by – regular syllable
ORTATIO discussions; 3. Listen to a talk. recognising and stating the implicit and explicit messages VOCABULARY: and words
N Language For 4. Give important in the texts. Phrasal verbs irregular
Informational Use details. Baca Band 5 forms
THEME: a. Listening to spoken 5. Read an extract from Read and follow sequence of ideas in a variety of texts in
SCIENCE text an encyclopedia. chronological order aptly. Acquire meaning of words
AND a. skimming and 6. Scan for details. precisely, form words using prefixes and suffixes correctly,
TECHNO scanning for specific 7. Spelling. process texts using contextual clues correctly, use logical
LOGY information and 8. Identifying supporting connectors to show cause and effect relationships
ideas; details. correctly, make correct inferences using contextual clues,
b. extracting main 9. Identify main ideas. summarising texts correctly (rewording, reorganizing,
ideas and details; 10. Identifying rephrasing).
d. expanding outlines. supporting details. Tulis Band 1
Language For 11. Make simple Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with
Aesthetic Use prediction. minimal use of writing conventions.
NEWS BREAK 12. Write a recount by Tulis Band 2
SAD I AMS expanding on the notes Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a
MY HERO given. limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing
WHAT IS RED? 13. Tell the sequence of conventions with some textual organisation.
THE DAY THE events in the novel. Tulis Band 3
BULLDOZER CAME Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of
POISONED TALK simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions
WE DIDN’T MEAN and vocabulary with a little creativity.
TO GO TO THE SEA Tulis Band 4
d. Understanding and Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
telling in one’s own thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
words the story and conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
giving one’s opinion; 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 some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.
Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
own words.

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM
30 7PEPERIKSAAN DALAMAN USBF 2 (13/08/18 – 17/08/18
MID TERM HOLIDAYS (18/08/18 – 26/08/18)
31 REVISION

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32 -33 CHAPTE Language For 1. Participate in Lisan Band 5 Future studies – Sequence Word stress
03/09 R 14 Interpersonal Use discussion by Demonstrate good understanding of some oral texts by project work connectors – compound
- JEWEL b. participating in suggesting, agreeing, asking and answering questions and carry out complex words
14/09 OF THE conversations and disagreeing and instructions. Multiple Punctuatio
SEAS discussions; defending one’s point of Listen and respond to a wide range of texts by interpreting Intelligence: n
Language For view. and evaluating. design a town -
THEME: Informational Use 2. Listen to a talk. exclamatio
SCIENCE a. Listening to spoken 3. Give important Tulis Band 1 VOCABULARY: n marks
AND text details. Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with Quantifiers -
TECHNO a. skimming and 4. Identifying supporting minimal use of writing conventions. apostrophe
LOGY scanning for specific details.
information and 5. Identify main ideas & Tulis Band 2
ideas; key ideas Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a
b. extracting main 6. Draw conclusion. limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing
ideas and details; 7. Summarize main conventions with some textual organisation.
d. expanding outlines. ideas in a novel.
Language For 8. Write a book review. Tulis Band 3
Aesthetic Use 9. Retell a situation from Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of
NEWS BREAK a different point of view. simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions
SAD I AMS and vocabulary with a little creativity.
MY HERO
WHAT IS RED? Tulis Band 4
THE DAY THE Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
BULLDOZER CAME thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
POISONED TALK conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
WE DIDN’T MEAN
TO GO TO THE SEA Tulis Band 5
d. Understanding and Produce a good piece of writing on a variety of topics
telling in one’s own expressing one’s opinions and thoughts with some
words the story and creativity using a variety of sentence patterns, writing
giving one’s opinion; conventions and some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.

Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
own words.

WEEK THEME / LEARNING ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTORS EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC OUTCOMES EMPHASIS SYSTEM

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Lisan Band 6
34 CHAPTE Language For 1. Take down phone Appreciate literary works by responding and giving ICT skills – Plural Sentence
17/09 R 15 Interpersonal Use messages for friends opinions critically and relate them to one’s own life using Internet search Nouns Stress
- AMAZING b. participating in and family members. one’s own words.
21/09 SEA conversations and 2. Listen to a Listen to and process information in a long listening task Learning How to Adverbs of
CREATU discussions; documentary. effectively. learn Skills – place
RES Language For 3. Give important Baca Band 6 gather
Informational Use details. Read and follow sequence of ideas in a variety of texts in information
THEME: a. Listening to spoken 4. Read an article. chronological order efficiently. Acquire meaning of words
SCIENCE text 5. Scan for details. concisely, form words using prefixes and suffixes VOCABULARY:
AND a. skimming and 6. Identifying important accurately, process texts using contextual clues Prefix ‘mis’.
TECHNO scanning for specific details. effectively, use logical connectors to show cause and
LOGY information and 7. Identify main ideas. effect relationships accurately, make accurate inferences
ideas; 8. Identifying supporting using contextual clues suitably, summarising texts
b. extracting main details. (rewording, reorganizing, rephrasing) accurately. Make
ideas and details; 9. Identify cause & correct predictions in a story with reasons.
d. expanding outlines. effect. Tulis Band 1
Language For 10. Draw conclusions Write mainly simple sentences that lack accuracy and with
Aesthetic Use 11. Write a simple minimal use of writing conventions.
NEWS BREAK report. Tulis Band 2
SAD I AMS 12. Relate characters in Express some ideas using mainly simple sentences on a
MY HERO the novel to one’s life. limited range of topics with simple vocabulary and writing
WHAT IS RED? conventions with some textual organisation.
THE DAY THE Tulis Band 3
BULLDOZER CAME Write a text expressing one’s opinions using a range of
POISONED TALK simple sentence patterns, sufficient writing conventions
WE DIDN’T MEAN and vocabulary with a little creativity.
TO GO TO THE SEA Tulis Band 4
f. Explaining the Write a text on some topics expressing one’s opinions and
message the writer is thoughts with a fair amount of sentence patterns, writing
trying to convey and conventions, vocabulary and creativity.
discussing how this Tulis Band 5
relates to one’s life 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 some sophisticated vocabulary and
display some critical thinking skills.
Tulis Band 6
Produce an excellent piece of writing on a variety of topics
expressing one’s opinions and thoughts creatively and
critically using an extensive variety of sentence patterns,
writing conventions incorporating sophisticated
vocabulary and displaying the ability to paraphrase using
own words.

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35 – 36
24/9 – REVISION
5/10
37
08/10 – PT3 TRIAL EXAM (09/10/17 -12/10/17)
12/10
38 – 43
15/10 – POST PT3 PROGRAMME
23/11

YEAR END HOLIDAYS (24/11/18 – 01/01/19)

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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FORM THREE ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2017
LITERATURE COMPONENT

GENRE TITLE
POEM POISONED TALK BY RAYMOND WILSON
THE DAY THE BULLDOZER CAME BY DAVID ORME
NOVEL WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO TO THE SEA BY MADGALENE CHEW & MAR SHOBHA SARNA

1 period per week

Source: SURAT PEKELLING IKHTISAS BIL.7/2009 PERTUKARAN TEKS KOMPONEN SASTERA (KOMSAS) DALAM MATA PELAJARAN BAHASA MALAYSIA DAN BAHASA INGGERIS DI
SEKOLAH MENENGAH (TINGKATAN 1 HINGGA TINGKATAN 5) MULAI TAHUNJ 2010
REFERENCE: KP(BPSH-SPDK)201/005/01/(26) 25 NOVEMBER 2009

WEEK GENRE LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL


1 2 3 EMPHASIS

POEM: Language For Aesthetic Use √ √ √ 1. Reciting a poem with feeling and expression Thinking Skills:
a. understanding and telling in one’s own and with correct pronunciation, intonation, Make decisions
POISONED words the story and poem heard and/or stress and rhythm. Solve problems
TALK read, and giving one’s opinion of the text; 2. Read a story
b. recognizing elements in a story such as 3. Talking about values found in the text.
THE DAY THE characters and setting; 4. Talking about the theme and writing a Values:
BULLDOZER c. explaining the message the writer is simple paragraph about the theme of the Compassion
CAME trying to convey and discussing how this story. Courage
relates to one’s life; 5. Talking about the message the writer is Self discipline
d. understanding other people’s cultures, putting across and writing a simple Cooperation
NOVEL : traditions, customs and beliefs; paragraph on it.
e. reciting poems with feeling and 6. Telling how events, characters and values
expression. in the text are similar to one’s life.
WE DIDN’T 7. Giving the sequence of events.
MEAN TO GO 8. Talking about the place and time the story
TO THE SEA took place or the place the poem describes
and writing a simple paragraph on it.
9. Talking about characters in a story and
writing a simple paragraph on one or two
characters.

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