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HURAIAN SUKATAN PELAJARAN

BAHASA INGGERIS TINGKATAN 5/ 2018


SMK CHAAH

CHAPTER/ LEV LANGUAGE FOR LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE LANGUAGE FOR GRAMMAR EDUCATIONAL
THEME EL INTERPERSONAL AESTHETIC USE EMPHASES
USE
1  Introduce  L -Listen to a dialogue: recall important details A Poison Tree: Theme in  Countable TS-
1 oneself  R - Read e-mail Poetry and  Reflecting
GREAT  Relate  Recite a poem uncountable
EXPECTATIONS personal nouns ICT-
PG 1 experience  Relate poem to one’s  Article  Creating an e-mail
(PEOPLE) 2  R - Read e-mails: identify main ideas; life account
WEEK 1 & 2 understand contextual clues  Discuss the theme of
1 – 4/1/18  R/W -Summarize: identify main ideas the poem MI-
7-11/1/18  W - Write an e-mail: expand outlines  Interpersonal
3  R -Make inferences

1  Take part in  L/S -Listen to an interview What happened to Lulu?  The simple TS-
2 discussion on  R- Read extracts from a magazine article: follow  Recite a poem with present tense  Hypothesizing
DARE TO BE career choices sequence of ideas feeling and expression and past tense
DIFFERENT  Exchange  W- Complete a word web  Discuss the theme and (Revision) PRW-
PG 17 ideas  W - Write a job application letter and CV; make message of a poem  Subject –  Writing a job
(PEOPLE) outlines  Give one’s opinion of verb application and a
a poem agreement curriculum vitae
WEEK 3 & 4 (Revision)
14-18/1/18  Punctuation:
21-25/1/18 2  L - Listen to an interview; identify main ideas Apostrophe
 R - List important details  Dictation
 R - Read a magazine article: identify main ideas;
understand contextual clues
 R/W- Summarize; reduce the length of the text
 W- Write a job application letter and a CV :
expand notes
 W - Write a job application letter
3  R- Read a magazine article: make inferences

WEEK 5 REVISION
28/1 -1/2/18
WEEK 6&7 UJIAN PENGESANAN TOV SPM
4/2-8/2/18
11/2-15/2/18

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1  Ask someone  L- Listen to a briefing: recall important details  The passive TS-
3 to decide on  Sing To The Dawn;  Preposition of  Giving opinion
something Traditions, Customs time
EARTH’S and Beliefs (Revision) ICT-
SENTINELS 2  R- Read texts: identify main ideas and details;  Retell an event in  Accessing the
PG 33 understand contextual clues one’s own words internet; learning
(PEOPLE  R/W- Summarize: write concisely  Discuss values about e-journals
ENVIRONMENT)  W- Write a description: expand notes and explored in the text and e-magazines
outlines LHTL-
WEEK 8 & 9 3  R-Make inferences, draw conclusions  Obtaining current
18-22/2/18 information from
25/2-1/3/18 the library and
internet resources

1  Exchange  L-Listen to an interview: note important details Sing To The Dawn  Logical MI-
4 ideas on topics  R /W -Word collection connectors  Spatial
of interest  Conjunctions  Interpersonal
RAIN ON TRIAL 2  S- Interview people  Understand and (Revision)
PG 49  R- Read a play: identify main ideas; understand discuss moral values  Punctuation: ICT-
(ENVIRONMENT) contextual clues exclamation  Internet for
 R /W-Summarize: link ideas using logical Sing To The Dawn; marks’ full research
connectors Significant events in a stops’ TS-
 W- Write about causes and effect; expand notes Novel question  Giving opinions
WEEK 10&11 and outlines Describe the events in marks and evaluating
4/3 -8/3/18 the story in your own
3  Take part in  L /W-Identify cause and effect
11/3-15/3/18 words
discussion  R- Identify cause and effect; make inferences

SCHOOL BREAK - 16/03/2018 – 24/03/2018


 Take part in a  L- Listen to a radio talk: take notes of text heard Sing To The Dawn: More  Adverbs of TS-
5 discussion  R- Dictionary use: word meaning on Moral Values manner and  Comparing and
 Make  Moral values in the degree contrasting
THROUGH enquiries novel (Revision)
GREEN EYES about a  Adverbs to ICT-
PG 65 product express  Access the internet
(SOCIAL ISSUES,  Compare and  R- Read descriptive text; identify main ideas; certainty for information
ENVIRONMENT) contrast important details; understand contextual clues about organic
WEEK 12&13 information  R /W-Summarize; link ideas with logical foods
25/3-29/3/3/18 and decide on connectors
1/4 - 5/4/18 a choice  W- Write an explanation: state preference MI-
 R- Make inferences  Logical
 R /S- Discuss points of view mathematical

2
1  Exchange  L- Listen to a news bulletin: note missing details Sing To The Dawn: Theme  The present ICT-
6 opinions on  R- Read a factual account and a news report in a Novel perfect tense  Access the internet
topics of  Dictionary use jargon Explain theme in a  Sequence for information
PERILS OF interest novel; identify the connectors about causes and
PETROLEUM 2  L- Listen to a text and predict outcomes main theme of a novel (Revision) prevention of oil
PG 83  R- Read two extracts: identify main ideas; and short story  Punctuation : spills
(ENVIRONMENT) details; understand contextual clues the semi-
 R /W- Summarize ; link ideas with sentence colon TS-
connectors  Dictation  Evaluating
WEEK 14  W- Write a news report
8/4 -12/04/18 MI-
3  R- Make inferences
 Predict outcomes with reasons  Spatial- reading a
 Compare and contrast data in a chart chart

1  Participate in a  L- Listen to an eyewitness account and recall  Sing To The Dawn;  Preposition of ICT-
7 conversation details Giving one’s opinion direction  Access the internet
 R- Read two eyewitness accounts  Making prediction (Revision) for information on
WHAT EYES SEE  Dictionary use ; idioms  Interrogative ‘Ops Sikap”
PG 99 2  R /W- Read eyewitness accounts: identify main pronouns
(SOCIAL ISSUES) ideas and details (Revision) TS-
 Understand contextual clues  Simple past  Distinguishing
WEEK 15 & 16  Summarize: link ideas with sequence connectors and past between fact and
15/4-19/4/18 and prepositions of time continuous opinion
22/4-26/4/18 tenses
 W- Write a recount of an important event
(Revision) MI-
3  Give points of  R/W -Make inferences
 Interpreting a bar
view on a  Identify biased statements
topic of chart
current
interests

8 1  L- Listen to information in a fact sheet Sing To The Dawn; Sub-  Reported TS-
RIGHTS,  R- Read two extracts themes in a Novel speech  Giving opinions
WRONGS AND  Dictionary use: phrasal verbs  Discuss a sub-theme in  Punctuation: with supporting
RESPONSIBILITY the novel the colon details
PG 115 2  Exchange  R- Identify main ideas in extracts  Dramatize sections of  Dictation
(SOCIAL ISSUES) ideas and  Summarize: write a summary the novel
opinions on  W- Write on different viewpoints Carry out the
WEEK 17 & 18 topics of pantomime and write a
29/4-3/5/18 interest script

3
6/5-10/5/18 3  Give opinions  R- Make inferences Dramatising texts and
on social role-playing characters
issues

WEEK 19
13/5 -17/5/18
REVISION
WEEK 20 -22
20/5-24/5/18
OTI1 SPM
27/5-31/5/18
3/6 – 7/6/18
SCHOOL BREAK – 08/06/18– 23/06/18
1  Persuade  L- Listen to a community message: recall Sing To The Dawn;  Modals: may ICT-
9 someone not to important details retelling a Story from and might  Learning about
CLOUD OF do something  R- Read a virtual pamphlet: scan for details Another Character’s Point  Gerunds virtual pamphlets
CONCERN  Persuade  R /W- Word association of View (Revision)  Research for a
PG 131 someone to project
(HEALTH, participate in  Retell events in the
SOCIAL ISSUES) activities novel from various TS-
2  Take part in  L /W-Identify main ideas in the text heard points of view  Solving problems
discussions;  R- Identify main ideas and important details; Retell an events in a
WEEK 23 exchange ideas understand contextual clues short story from MI-
24/6-28/6/18  R /W-Summarize: write a summary another character’s  Linguistic, logical
 W- Expand notes and outlines point of view mathematical,
3  R- Make inferences spatial
 W- Write an article about peer pressure
1  L- Listen to a book review and recall important  Recognizing elements  Adverbs of ICT-
10 details in the novel such as time and  Accessing the
HIDDEN VOICES  R- Dictionary use: word connotations characters and events frequency internet
PG 147  Read a first person narrative (Revision) TS-
(HEALTH, 2  Make  L- Identify main ideas  Adjective and  Giving opinions
SOCIAL ISSUES) enquiries and  R- Identify main ideas; list important details preposition evaluating
place an order  R /W- Summarize; write a summary combination
WEEK 24&25
3  Role-play a  R- Make inferences  Phrasal verbs LHTL-
1/7-5/7/18
situation  W- Write a book review: expand outlines (Revision)  Using book
8/7-12/7/18  Punctuation: reviews
Brackets
 Dictation MI-
 Logical-
mathematical

4
1  Relate  L- Listen to a counseling session Revise Poems: Giving  Present TS-
11 personal  R- Read a problem page letter in a newspaper one’s Opinion of a Poem perfect tense  Gathering
experiences  Recite a poem with  Prepositions information and
TO TELL OR  Persuade feeling and expression of association evaluating
NOT TO TELL someone not to  Discuss the theme and  Prepositions
PG 165 do something message of a poem of place ICT-
(SOCIAL ISSUES,  Ask one to  Online letters to the
HEALTH) think about editor of
something newspapers
2  Carry out a  L- Listen and identify main ideas
WEEKS 26&27 variety of  R- Read and identify main ideas in the text; MI-
15/7-19/7/18 language understand contextual clues  Logical-
22/7-26/7/18 functions:  R /W- Summarize: write a summary mathematical
explain one’s  W- Respond to letters in writing: expand notes
views of and outlines
others, defend
one’s point of
view with
reason

3  Write letters to  L /S- Listen and draw conclusions


a problem  R- Read and make inferences, draw conclusions
page editor 

1  L- Listen to radio commercials: recall what the Revise Novel:  Adjectives TS –


12 text is about; note important details Events (Revision)  Comparing and
 R- Read an article : scan for details Characters  Adjectives contrasting
OF BRANDS AND 2  Compare and  L- Identify main ideas in radio commercials Values functioning  making judgments
TRENDS contrast the  R- Identify main ideas : understand contextual as nouns PRW-
PG 181 information clues  Punctuation:  Being a discerning
(SOCIAL ISSUES) obtained and  R /W- Summarize: write a summary underlining consumer
decide on a  R /W-Compare and contrast data from graphs for emphasis MI-
choice and chart  Dictation  Verbal Linguistics
WEEK 28&32
 ICT-
29/7-2/8/18  Using websites
3  Give opinions  R- Make inferences
2/9-7/9/18
on  W- Write a report based on a chart
advertisement
 Offer thanks
for the service
and product

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WEEK 29, 30& 31
5/8-9/8/18 OTI2 SPM
12/8-16/8/18
26/8-30/8/18
SCHOOL BREAK – 17/08/2018 - 25/08/2018
1  Take part in  L- Listen to a talk : recall the main ideas Haiku: Read and  Nouns TS-
13 discussions  R- Read the text of a speech understand Haiku functioning  Making predictions
WASTE NOT,  Ask and  Read and understand a as adjectives  Planning and
WANT NOT respond to simple poem-haiku (Revision) carrying out a
questions  Retell the poem in  Simple, project
politely your own words complex and
PG 197  Keep a record  Write a haiku compound
(SCIENCE AND of activities sentences ICT -
TECHNOLOGY) 2  L- Identify the main ideas of the text heard (Revision)  Using computer
 R- Identify the main ideas in the text read: tools to create
WEEK 33&34 understand and contextual clues tables for a project
9/9-13/9/18  R /W- Summarize: write a summary and create
16/9-20/9/18
 W- Expand notes and outlines 
3  Discuss an  R /W- Make inferences : predict outcomes, draw  advertisements
excerpt from a conclusions
talk  W- Write the text of a talk
1  Ask and  L- Listen to a meeting in progress: recall what Revise Poems: Giving  Formation of PRW-
14 respond to the text is about; note important details one’s Opinion of a Poem the negative  Solving the
HANDLE WITH questions  R- Read a report: skim and scan  Recite a poem with of adjectives problem of
CARE politely  W- Present information feeling and expression  Preposition of hazardous waste
PG 213  Discuss the theme and purpose disposal
(SCIENCE AND 2  Exchange  L- Identify main points in a dialogue message of a poem (Revision) TS-
TECHNOLOGY) ideas  R- Identify main ideas and details; understand  Punctuation  Evaluating
contextual clues
 R /W- Summarize: write a summary ICT-
WEEK 35&36
 W- Expand notes and outlines  Accessing the
23/9-27/9/18 internet for
3  R- Make inferences
30/9-4/10/18 information
 W- Write a report

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1  Talk about  L- Listen to a farewell speech Revise Poems: Enjoying  Infinitives as TS-
15 feelings and  R- Read an inspirational speech Poetry objects of  Drawing
interests  Recite a poem with verbs conclusions
CROSSROADS  Help a friend feeling and expression  Infinitives as ICT-
PG 229 make a  Use of imagery complements  Internet portals-
(PEOPLE, decision of the verb accessing the
SOCIAL ISSUES) ‘to be’ internet for
2  Make  L- Identify main ideas  Modals: may information
WEEK 37&38 or might PRW
decisions  R- Identify main ideas and details in a speech;
7/10-11/10/18
based on ideas draw conclusions; understand contextual clues  Finding out how
14/10-18/10/18 others deal with
from friends  R /W- Summarize: write a summary
tragedies
 W- Expand notes and outlines
3  L- Make predictions
 R- Make inferences
 W- Write an inspirational speech
WEEK 39
21/10-25/10/18 REVISION
WEEK 40,
41,42&43 SPM
28/10-1/11/18
4/11-8/11/18
11/11-15/11/18
18/11-22/11/18
END-OF-YEAR BREAK (23/11/18 – 31/12/2018)
PREPARED BY:
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PANEL,
SMK PADANG NEGARA
KUALA TERENGGANU