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KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 


SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 

Week/ Date/ Hour Listening and Speaking Reading Writing Language Arts Grammar
Topic/ Theme
1-2 1.1.1 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.2.1
Able to speak with correct Able to read and understand Able to write in neat legible Able to enjoy jazz Able to construct various
1-11 JAN 2018 pronunciation, stress and phrases and sentences from: print chants, poems and sentence
intonation (a) linear texts with correct spelling: songs through nonverbal types correctly
1-6TH HOUR 1.1.3 (b) non-linear texts (a) sentences responses
Able to speak confidently 2.2.3 (b) paragraphs 4.1.2
Unit 1 : on related Able to read and 3.2.3 Able to sing songs
All About Feelings topics. demonstrate Able to use punctuation and recite jazz
1.2.1 understanding of texts by: correctly chants and poems
Theme : Able to participate in (a) giving main ideas and 3.2.4 with correct stress,
World of conversations supporting details Able to spell words by apply pronunciation,
Self, Family and to: (b) drawing conclusions it ng rhythm and
Friends (a) express happiness with guidance spelling rules intonation
(b) express concern 2.2.4 4.2.1
(c) express sorrow Able to apply dictionary skills Able to respond to
1.2.4 : literary texts:
Able to participate in guide (a) recognise abbreviations (a) characters;
conversations with peers (b) understand meaning of (b) place and time;
1.3.1 words in (c) values
Able to listen to and context with guidance
demonstrate 2.3.1 4.3.2
understanding of oral texts Able to read for information Able to plan,
by: and prepare and
(a) giving main ideas and enjoyment with guidance: a) participate in a
supporting details fiction performance with
(b) drawing conclusions guidance based on
literary works

3-4 1.1.2 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.1.4


Able to listen to and Able to read and understand Able to write in neat legible Able to enjoy jazz Able to use conjunctions
14-25 JAN 2018 respond phrases and sentences from: print chants, poems and correctly and appropriately
confidently to a given (a) linear texts with correct spelling: songs through nonverbal
7-12TH HOUR stimulus by (b) non-linear texts (a) sentences responses
2.2.3 (b) paragraphs 4.1.2
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
Unit 2 : using appropriate words, Able to read and 3.2.1 Able to sing songs
Making Decisions phrases demonstrate Able to transfer information and recite jazz
and expressions with the understanding of texts by: with chants and poems
Theme : correct (a) giving main ideas and guidance to complete: with correct stress,
World of Self, stress and intonation supporting details (a) linear texts pronunciation,
Family and 1.1.3 (b) drawing conclusions (b) non-linear texts rhythm and
Friends Able to speak confidently with guidance 3.2.2 intonation
on related 2.2.4 Able to write with guidance:
topics Able to apply dictionary skills (a) informal letters
1.2.1 : (b) descriptions
Able to participate in (a) recognise abbreviations (c) stories
conversations (b) understand meaning of 3.3.1
to: words in Able to create texts using a
(e) express opinions context variety
of media:
(a) non-linear
(b) linear
5-6 1.1.1 2.2.1 3.1.2 4.1.2 5.1.8
Able to speak with correct Able to apply word attack Able to write in neat cursive Able to sing songs Able to use adverbs
28-8 FEB 2018 pronunciation, stress and skills by writing and recite jazz correctly and appropriately
intonation identifying: with correct spelling: chants and poems (a) degree
13-18TH HOUR 1.1.2 (a) proverbs (a) sentences with correct stress,
Able to listen to and (b) phrasal verbs (b) paragraphs pronunciation,
Unit 3 : respond (c) similes 3.2.2 rhythm and
Fables confidently to a given 2.2.2 Able to write with guidance: intonation
stimulus by Able to read and understand (a) informal letters 4.2.1
Theme : using appropriate words, phrases and sentences from: (b) descriptions Able to respond to
World of Stories phrases (a) linear texts (c) stories literary texts:
and expressions with the (b) non-linear texts (a) characters;
correct 2.2.3 (b) place and time;
stress and intonation Able to read and (c) values
1.3.1 demonstrate with guidance
Able to listen to and understanding of texts by: 4.3.2
demonstrate (a) giving main ideas and Able to plan,
understanding of oral texts supporting details prepare and
by: (b) drawing conclusions participate in a
(a) giving main ideas and with guidance performance with
supporting details 2.2.4 guidance based on
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
(b) drawing conclusions Able to apply dictionary skills literary works
:
(a) recognise abbreviations
(b) understand meaning of
words in
context
2.3.1
Able to read for information
and
enjoyment with guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction
7-8 1.1.3 2.2.2 3.2.2 4.1.2 5.1.7
Able to speak confidently Able to read and understand Able to write with guidance: Able to sing songs Able to use articles
11-15 FEB 2018 on related phrases and sentences from: (a) informal letters and recite jazz correctly and appropriately
25-1 MARCH 2018 topics (a) linear texts (b) descriptions chants and poems
1.2.1 (b) non-linear texts (c) stories with correct stress,
19-24TH HOUR Able to participate in 2.2.3 3.3.1 pronunciation,
conversations Able to read and Able to create texts using a rhythm and
Unit 4 : to: demonstrate variety intonation
Learning to Learn (a) express happiness understanding of texts by: of media: 4.2.1
Theme : (b) express concern (a) giving main ideas and (a) non-linear Able to respond to
World of (c) express sorrow supporting details (b) linear literary texts:
Knowledge (d) give encouragement (b) drawing conclusions (a) characters;
(e) express opinions with guidance (b) place and time;
1.2.4 2.2.4 (c) values
Able to participate in guide Able to apply dictionary skills with guidance
conversations with peers :
(a) recognise abbreviations
(b) understand meaning of
words in
context
15-20 FEB 2018
CHINESE NEW YEAR

4-8 MARCH 2018


MID TERM EXAMINATION 1
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
18-22 MARCH 2018
MID TERM BREAK 1
9-10 1.1.3 2.2.2 3.2.1 4.1.2 5.1.5
Able to speak confidently Able to read and understand Able to transfer information Able to sing songs Able to use prepositions
11-15 MARCH 2018 on related phrases and sentences from: with and recite jazz correctly and appropriately
25-29 MARCH 2018 topics (a) linear texts guidance to complete: chants and poems (a) among
1.2.3 (b) non-linear texts (a) linear texts with correct stress, (b) through
25-30ST HOUR Able to listen to, follow and 2.2.3 (b) non-linear texts pronunciation, (c) across
give Able to read and 3.3.1 rhythm and (d) along
directions to places demonstrate Able to create texts using a intonation (e) against
Unit 5 : around the state. understanding of texts by: variety 4.3.2
Travel (a) giving main ideas and of media: Able to plan,
supporting details (a) non-linear prepare and
Theme : (b) drawing conclusions (b) linear participate in a
World of with guidance performance with
Knowledge guidance based on
literary works
11-12 1.2.2 2.2.2 3.2.2 4.1.1 5.2.1
Able to listen, follow, and Able to read and understand Able to write with guidance: Able to enjoy jazz Able to construct various
1-12 APRIL 2018 give phrases and sentences from: (a) informal letters chants, poems and sentence
instructions (a) linear texts (b) descriptions songs through nonverbal types correctly
31-36TH HOUR 1.2.4 (b) non-linear texts (c) stories responses
Able to participate in guide 2.2.3 3.2.3 4.1.2
Unit 6 : conversations with peers Able to read and Able to use punctuation Able to sing songs
Hello! 999? 1.2.5 demonstrate correctly and recite jazz
Able to talk on topics of understanding of texts by: chants and poems
Theme : interest in (a) giving main ideas and with correct stress,
World of formal situations with supporting details pronunciation,
Knowledge guidance (b) drawing conclusions rhythm and
with guidance intonation
4.2.1
Able to respond to
literary texts:
(a) characters;
(b) place and time;
(c) values
with guidance
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
13-14 1.1.3 2.2.1 3.2.2 4.2.1 5.1.6
Able to speak confidently Able to apply word attack Able to write with guidance: Able to respond to Able to use adjectives
15-26 APRIL 2018 on related skills by (a) informal letters literary texts: correctly and appropriately
topics identifying: (b) descriptions (a) characters;
37-42ND HOUR 1.2.4 (a) proverbs (c) stories (b) place and time;
Able to participate in guide (b) phrasal verbs 3.3.1 (c) values
Unit 7 : conversations with peers (c) similes Able to create texts using a with guidance
Myths and Legends 2.2.2 variety 4.3.1
Able to read and understand of media: Able to plan,
Theme : phrases and sentences from: (a) non-linear produce and display
World of (a) linear texts (b) linear creative works
Stories (b) non-linear texts based on literary
2.2.3 texts using a variety
Able to read and of media with
demonstrate guidance
understanding of texts by: 4.3.2
(a) giving main ideas and Able to plan,
supporting details prepare and
(b) drawing conclusions participate in a
with guidance performance with
2.3.1 guidance based on
Able to read for information literary works
and
enjoyment with guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

15-16 1.1.3 2.2.2 3.2.2 4.2.1 5.1.2


Able to speak confidently Able to read and understand Able to write with guidance: Able to respond to Able to use pronouns
29-10 MAY 2018 on related phrases and sentences from: (a) informal letters literary texts: correctly and appropriately
topics (a) linear texts (b) descriptions (a) characters; :
43-48TH HOUR 1.2.4 (b) non-linear texts (c) stories (b) place and time; (a) reflexive
Able to participate in guide 2.2.3 3.3.1 (c) values
Unit 8 : conversations with peers Able to read and Able to create texts using a with guidance
You Can Be An (b) drawing conclusions demonstrate variety 4.3.2
Entrepreneur understanding of texts by: of media: Able to plan,
(a) giving main ideas and (a) non-linear prepare and
Theme : supporting details (b) linear participate in a
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
World of Knowledge (b) drawing conclusions performance with
with guidance guidance based on
2.2.4 literary works
Able to apply dictionary skills
:
(a) recognise abbreviations
(b) understand meaning of
words in
context
2.3.1
Able to read for information
and
enjoyment with guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction
17-18 1.1.3 2.2.1 3.1.2 4.2.1 5.1.4
Able to speak confidently Able to apply word attack Able to write in neat cursive Able to respond to Able to use conjunctions
13-17 MAY 2018 on related skills by writing literary texts: correctly and appropriately
27-31 MAY 2018 topics identifying: with correct spelling: (a) characters;
1.2.5 (a) proverbs (a) sentences (b) place and time;
49-54TH HOUR Able to talk on topics of (b) phrasal verbs (b) paragraphs (c) values
interest in (c) similes 3.2.2 with guidance
Unit 9: formal situations with 2.2.2 Able to write with guidance: 4.3.2
Malaysians Speak guidance Able to read and understand (a) informal letters Able to plan,
1.3.1 phrases and sentences from: (b) descriptions prepare and
Theme : Able to listen to and (a) linear texts (c) stories participate in a
World of Knowledge demonstrate (b) non-linear texts 3.3.1 performance with
understanding of oral texts 2.2.3 Able to create texts using a guidance based on
by: Able to read and variety literary works
(a) giving main ideas and demonstrate of media:
supporting details understanding of texts by: (a) non-linear
(b) drawing conclusions (a) giving main ideas and (b) linear
supporting details
(b) drawing conclusions
with guidance
20-24 MAY 2018
SEMESTER 1 EXAM
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
8-23 JUNE 2018
SEMESTER 1 BREAK
19-20 1.1.1 2.2.1 3.2.1 4.2.1 5.1.5
Able to speak with correct Able to apply word attack Able to transfer information Able to respond to Able to use prepositions
3-7 JUNE 2018 pronunciation, stress and skills by with literary texts: correctly and appropriately
24-28 JUNE 2018 intonation identifying: guidance to complete: (a) characters; (a) among
1.1.3 (a) proverbs (a) linear texts (b) place and time; (b) through
55-60TH HOUR Able to speak confidently (b) phrasal verbs (b) non-linear texts (c) values (c) across
on related (c) similes 3.3.1 with guidance (d) along
Unit 10 : topics 2.2.2 Able to create texts using a 4.3.2 (e) against
In The News. 1.3.1 Able to read and understand variety Able to plan,
Able to listen to and phrases and sentences from: of media: prepare and
Theme : demonstrate (a) linear texts (a) non-linear participate in a
World of understanding of oral texts (b) non-linear texts (b) linear performance with
Knowledge by: 2.2.3 guidance based on
(a) giving main ideas and Able to read and literary works
supporting details demonstrate
(b) drawing conclusions understanding of texts by:
(a) giving main ideas and
supporting details
(b) drawing conclusions
with guidance
2.2.4
Able to apply dictionary skills
:
(a) recognise abbreviations
(b) understand meaning of
words in
context
2.3.1
Able to read for information
and
enjoyment with guidance:
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction
21-22 1.1.3 2.2.3 3.2.1 4.2.1 5.1.1
Able to speak confidently Able to read and Able to transfer information Able to respond to
1-7 JULY 2018 on related demonstrate with literary texts:
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
15-19 JULY 2018 topics understanding of texts by: guidance to complete: (a) characters; Able to use nouns
1.2.2 (a) giving main ideas and (a) linear texts (b) place and time; correctly and appropriately
61-66TH HOUR Able to listen, follow, and supporting details (b) non-linear texts (c) values :
give (b) drawing conclusions 3.2.2 with guidance (a) common nouns
Unit 11 : instructions with guidance Able to write with guidance: 4.3.1 (b) collective nouns
Treasures of Malaysia 1.2.3 2.2.4 (a) informal letters Able to plan,
Able to listen to, follow and Able to apply dictionary skills (b) descriptions produce and display
Theme : give : (c) stories creative works
World of directions to places around (a) recognise abbreviations based on literary
Knowledge the (b) understand meaning of texts using a variety
state. words in of media with
1.2.1 context guidance
Able to participate in 2.3.1
conversations Able to read for information
to: and
(a) express happiness enjoyment with guidance:
(b) express concern (a) fiction
(c) express sorrow (b) non-fiction
(d) give encouragement
(e) express opinions
1.2.4
Able to participate in guide
conversations with peers
1.2.5
Able to talk on topics of
interest in
formal situations with
guidance
1.3.1
Able to listen to and
demonstrate
understanding of oral texts
by:
(a) giving main ideas and
supporting details
(b) drawing conclusions
8-12 JULY 2018
UPSR TRIAL
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
23-24 1.1.2 2.2.3 3.1.2 4.2.1 5.1.3
Able to listen to and Able to read and Able to write in neat cursive Able to respond to Able to use verbs correctly
22-26 JULY 2018 respond demonstrate writing literary texts: and appropriately:
confidently to a given understanding of texts by: with correct spelling: (a) characters; (a) simple future tense
67-72ND HOUR stimulus by (a) giving main ideas and (a) sentences (b) place and time; (b) future continuous
using appropriate words, supporting details (b) paragraphs (c) values tense
Unit 12 : phrases (b) drawing conclusions 3.3.1 with guidance
Thinking Outside The and expressions with the with guidance Able to create texts using a
Box correct 2.3.1 variety
stress and intonation Able to read for information of media:
Theme : 1.1.3 and (a) non-linear
World of Able to speak confidently enjoyment with guidance: (b) linear
Knowledge on related (a) fiction
topics (b) non-fiction
1.2.2
Able to listen, follow, and
give
instructions
25,26,27 1.1.1 2.2.2 3.3.1 4.2.1 5.1.3
Able to speak with correct Able to read and understand Able to create texts using a Able to respond to Able to use verbs correctly
29-16 AUG 2018 pronunciation, stress and phrases and sentences from: variety literary texts: and appropriately:
intonation (a) linear texts of media: (a) characters; (a) simple future tense
73-81ST HOUR 1.1.3 2.2.3 (a) non-linear (b) place and time; (b) future continuous
Able to speak confidently Able to read and (b) linear (c) values tense
Unit 13 : on related demonstrate with guidance
For A Better topics understanding of texts by: 4.3.1
Tomorrow (a) giving main ideas and Able to plan,
supporting details produce and display
Theme : (b) drawing conclusions creative works
World of with guidance based on literary
Knowledge 2.2.4 texts using a variety
Able to apply dictionary skills of media with
: guidance
(b) understand meaning of
words in
context
2.3.1
KSSR YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 6 
SJK ( C ) PING MING, JOHOR 
 
Able to read for information
and
enjoyment with guidance:
(b) non-fiction
5-9 AUGUST 2018
UPSR TRIAL 2

17-25 AUGUST 2018


MID TERM BREAK

26-19 SEPTERMBER 2018


UPSR REVISION

21-27 SEPTEMBER 2018


UPSR