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SCHEME OF WORK FOR LITRATURE IN THE LANGUAGE CURRICULUM (FORM 1)

WEE TOPIC LISTENING & READING WRITING CREATIVE & MORAL


K SPEAKING CRITICAL VALUES
THINKING SKILL
Introducing the literary components
The Dead Crow 1.1 – Listen to and 2.1 – Read aloud poetry 3.1 – Write out the 2. To compare and Appreciate
understand and prose with correct sequence of differentiate nature
poetry and prose stress, intonation, events in texts
ronunciation and 4. To evaluate Being grateful
1.2 – Recite poems with expression 3.3 – Compare and contrast
correct characters 5. To identify true or Cleanliness
intonation, stress, 2.2 – Read and understand false agreement
rhythm & poetry 3.4 – Explain themes and Co-operation
enunciation and prose messages in stories and 9. To identify causes
poems and
1.3 – Retell what the text is 2.5 – Compare and contrast give reasons
about characters 3.6 – Paraphrase poems
in their own words 10. To identify and
2.6 – Read and give the 3.7 – Summarize the text predict the outcomes
1.4 – Narrate sequence of meaning briefly
events of a poem as they 12. To generalize
understand 3.8 – Give a personal
1.5 – Discuss the theme it within context response 17. To solve problems
and to the text
message 2.7 – Identify themes in
stories
1.7 – Compare and contrast and messages in poems
characters
2.8 – Relate events,
1.8 – Make inferences and characters,
draw values and messages in
conclusions about texts
theme, to one’s own life
message, character and
author’s point of view 2.9 – Draw values and
lessons
1.9 – Discuss the values from the text
explored
in the text 2.10 – Make inferences and
draw
1.10– Relate events, conclusions about
characters, theme,
values and messages in message, characters
texts and
to one’s own life author’s point of view

1.11– Discuss how the 2.11 – Recognise and


author/poet understand
uses language to how a poet/author uses
achieve a language to achieve a
particular purpose particular purpose

1.12- Give an informed


personal
response to the text

The Pencil 1.1– Listen to and


understand
poetry and prose

1.3 – Retell what the text is


about
in their own words

1.4 - Narrate sequence of


events

1.5 – Discuss the theme


and
message

1.6 – Discuss plot,


characters,
setting and author’s
point of
view

1.7 - Compare and contrast


characters

1.8 – Make inferences and


draw
conclusions about
theme,
message, character and
author’s point of view

1.9 – Discuss the values


explored
in the text

1.10– Relate events,


characters,
values and messages in
texts
to one’s own life

1.11Discuss how the


author/poet
uses language to
achieve a
particular purpose

1.12- Give an informed


personal
response to the text

1.13 – Dramatize texts and


role-play characters

Lake Isle of 1.1 – Listen to and


Innesfree understand
poetry and prose

1.2 – Recite poems with


correct
intonation, stress,
rhythm &
enunciation

1.5 – Discuss the theme


and
message

1.8 – Make inferences and


draw
conclusions about
theme,
message, character and
author’s point of view

1.9 – Discuss the values


explored
in the text

1.10- Relate events,


characters,
values and messages in
texts
to one’s own life

1.11- Dscuss how the


author/poet
uses language to
achieve a
particular purpose

1.12– Give an informed


personal
response to the text
Of Bunga Telur and 1.3 – Retell what the text is
Bally Shoes about
in their own words

1.4 Narrate sequence of


events

1.5 – Discuss the theme


and
message

1.6 – Discuss plot,


character, setting and
author’s point of view

1.7 - Compare and contrast


characters

1.8 - Relate events,


characters,
values and messages in
texts
to one’s own life

1.9 - Discuss the values


explored
in the text

1.10- Relate events,


characters,
values and messages in
texts
to one’s own life

1.12- Give an informed


personal
response to the text

1.13- Dramatize texts and


role play
characters
Life’s Brief Candle 1.1 – Listen to and 1.19– Make inferences
understand and draw
poetry and prose conclusions about
theme,
1.2 – Recite poems with message,
correct character and
intonation, stress, author’s point of
rhythm & view
enunciation

1.3 – Retell what the text is


about
in their own words

1.5 - Discuss the theme and


message

1.7 - Compare and contrast


characters

1.14– Make inferences and


draw
conclusions about
theme,
message, character and
author’s point of view

1.15- Discuss the values


explored
in the text

1.16- Relate events,


characters,
values and messages in
texts
to one’s own life

1.17- Discuss how the


author/poet
uses language to
achieve a
particular purpose

1.18 Give an informed


personal
response to the text

How Dalat Got Its 1.3 – Retell what the text is


Name about
in their own words

1.4 - Narrate sequence of


events

1.5 - Discuss the theme


and
message

1.6 - Discuss plot,


character, setting
and author’s point of
view

1.7 - Compare and contrast


characters