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SMK LAHAT

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UMAGOWRIE SUPRAMANIAM
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SMK LAHAT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE – FORM 4
SCHEME OF WORK 2018

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 EMPHASIS SYSTEM
1–3 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Group discussion. Thinking Skills: Subject-verb Vowel /e/
02/1 – 1 a. take part in discussions √ 2. Answer wh-questions identifying causes Agreement
19/1 People b. introducing oneself √ 3. Talking about oneself (experiences, etc.) Intonation
Social c. keep a daily journal √ 4. Writing down significant happenings form Multiple
Issues d. write an informal letter √ time to time. Intelligences
Language For Informational Use 5. Scanning for specific ideas.
a. identifying main ideas 6. Look for required information in a text.
b. reading materials in print √ √ 7. Following sequence of ideas.
Language For Aesthetic Use √ 8. Reciting a poem
a. reciting poem 9. Composing a poem.
LIVING PHOTOGRAPH
b. composing simple poems √ √

4–6 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Talk about experiences such as helping to Thinking Skills: Modals: Vowel /I/
22/1 – 2 a. talk about oneself √ look after grandparent, etc. evaluating need to, should /I:/
09/2 People b. give instructions and advice √ 2. Responding to questions politely by giving
Language For Informational Use required information. Multiple Articles
a. read a web page 3. Skimming and scanning for specific ideas. Intelligences
b. identify main idea 4. Summarize: identify main idea.
c. interpreting non-linear text √ 5. Jot down key words and phrases.
Language For Aesthetic Use √ 6. Describing characters and setting
LIVING PHOTOGRAPH √ 7. Explanation of plot and sequence of events
a. structural element
b. conveying message √ √

7–8 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Persuading someone to do something in Thinking Skills: Present Perfect Consonant
12/2 – 3 a. carrying out a variety of language √ simple language. Identifying true Tense /w/ . /v/
23/2 Environmen function. 2. Silent reading & reading aloud of current /false statements
t Language For Informational Use interest. Punctuation:
a. obtain information √ 3. Drawing conclusions Multiple Capital letters,
b. process information √ 4. Understand context clues. Intelligences commas,
c. composing short text √ 5. True / False statements question marks,
Language For Aesthetic Use 6. Writing a short article on the environment. quotation
a. elements in a short story 7. Talking about the message of the poem. marks
b. explaining the message
SHORT STORY – TANJUNG RHU

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WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATION GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC 1 2 3 AL SYSTEM
EMPHASIS
9 REVISION 26/2 – 2/3
10-11 PEPERIKSAAN DALAMAN USBF 1 (26/02/18 – 09/03/18)
MID TERM HOLIDAYS (17/03/18 – 25/03/18)
12 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal 1. Talking about one’s ambition / dreams. Thinking Adverbs of Degree Consona
26/3 – 30/3 4 Use 2. Summarize main points in a table. Skills: nt /k/
People a. talking about oneself and √ 3. Identifying points in a text. Evaluating Interrogative
dreams 4. Understand context clues. pronouns
Language For Informational 5. Writing an interview of an outstanding ICT Skills:
Use √ achievement. Internet for
a. convert information into a √ √ √ 6. Describing the place and time the story research
table. took place.
b. reading an interview 7. Narrating sequence of events
c. present information for
different
audiences.
Language For Aesthetic Use
a. elements in a short story
b. structural element
SHORT STORY –
TANJUNG RHU

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13 -14 CHAPTER 5 Language For Interpersonal 1. Express concern and offer help. Thinking Past Perfect Tense Consona
02/4 – 13/4 Health Use √ 2. Arranging conversation in the right order. Skills: nt /r/
a. carrying out language √ 3. Reading for main ideas. Making Verb Forms
function. 4. Summarizing the main idea from a web inferences
b. respond to questions diagram. Punctuation: colon
politely. 5. Write a fact sheet on a common illness. Multiple
Language For Informational √ 6. Describe characters and write a Intelligences:
Use √ description of a character. Linguistic-
a. scanning for specific √ 7. Write the theme of the story. verbal/bodily-
information. √ kinesthetic
b. Linking the main ideas. √
c. Expanding notes and
outlines.
Language For Aesthetic Use
a. elements in short story
b. structural element
SHORT STORY – LEAVING

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATION GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 AL SYSTEM
EMPHASIS
15 – 17 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Make enquiries about a product. Thinking Sentence connectors Diphthon
16/4 – 04/5 6 a. obtain goods and services √ 2. Identify the correct statements. Skills: g
Science Language For Informational Use 3. Read and identify the sequence of Comparing Sequence connectors /əυ/
and a. listening to a radio talk. ideas in an informal talk. and
Technolog b. discerning sequence of ideas. √ √ √ 3. Writing an informal talk. contrasting Nouns functioning as Stress in
y c. expanding notes 4. Drawing conclusions from an informal adjectives four
d. drawing conclusion √ talk. Preparation syllable
e. presenting information in non- √ 5. Search occupations that are relevant for the real words
linear forms. in the field of science and technology world:
Language For Aesthetic Use 6. Identify imagery in the poem. Occupations
a. elements in short story 7. Understand the messages in the in the field of
b. structural element poem. science and
SHORT STORY – LEAVING √ technology

18 -19 PEPERIKSAAN PPT (07/05/18 – 18/05/18)


20 REVISION (21/5/18 – 25/5/18)

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21 -22 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Discuss about personal experiences Thinking Adjectives of quality Vowel
28/5 – 08/6 7 a. talking about personal √ (helping people, etc.) Skills: for describing a /^/
People experiences. in pairs/groups. Drawing character
Language For Informational Use 2. Note important details. conclusions
a. listening to spoken text. 3. Convert information into a graph. Negative Prefixes
b. presenting information. √ 4. Identifying supporting details.
c. reading materials in print. 5. Find evidence to support statements. Punctuation: semi
d. extracting main ideas. √ √ 6. Identify main events in the correct colon
e. write recounts. √ sequence.
Language For Aesthetic Use √ 7. Write a simple narrative. Infinitives as objects
Revision: Poems and short stories 8. Describe characters and setting. of verbs
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE √ √ 9. Identifying the plot.
a. structural elements √ √ 10. Identifying the message and values
b. conveying message in the short story.

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL


09/06/18 – 24/06/18

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATION GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 AL SYSTEM
EMPHASIS
23 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Express concern and sympathy. Thinking Infinitive as Consona
25/6 – 29/6 8 a. carrying out language function. √ 2. Exchange ideas on how society can Skills: complements of the nt
Social b. identifying different points of view. √ √ help the elderly. Making verb ‘to be’ clusters
Issues Language For Informational Use 3. Design a card / write a letter to inferences /bl/, /br/
a. listening to spoken text. √ √ express concern and to comfort. Concrete and abstract
b. reading materials in print. √ 4. Listen to a telephone conversation Multiple nouns Contracti
Language For Aesthetic Use and note important details. Intelligence: ons
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE 5. Read a poem and seek correct Linguistic- Present Continuous I’d, I’m
a. structural element √ √ answers to multiple choice verbal/bodily- Tense
b. conveying message questions. kinesthetic
6. Identifying the theme.

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24 – 25 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use √ √ 1. Respond to questions politely by Using the Adjectives functioning Consona
02/7 – 13/7 9 a. responding to complains. giving the required information. bibliography as nouns nt /ek/, /z/
Social Language For Informational Use 2. Give feedback about a service.
Issues a. reading materials in print. √ 3. Read extracts from letters of complain Values and Gerunds as
b. skimming for ideas. √ and skim for gist. Citizenship compliments of the
c. meaning of text. 4. Understand context clues. Education: verb ‘to be’
d. expanding outlines. √ √ 5. Writing a formal letter of complain. Courageous
Language For Aesthetic Use √ √ 6. Revision on poems and short stories. acts Punctuation:
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE exclamation mark
a. structural element √ √
b. conveying message √ √

26 - 27 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Offer advice. Multiple Prepositions of Diphthon
16/7 – 27/7 10 a. exchanging ideas and opinions. √ 2. Exchange ideas on topics of interest. Intelligence: direction gs
Environme b. solving problems and making √ 3. Make recommendations and suggest visual-spatial /aI/, /õI/
nt decision. ways to solve a problem. Preposition of
Science & Language For Informational Use 4. Read a brochure – scan for details. ICT Skills: purpose
Technolog a. scanning for specific information. 5. Identifying supporting details. Search for
y b. identifying point of views. √ √ √ 6. Use headings to understand main information
c. writing description. √ √ points.
Language For Aesthetic Use 7. Write a brochure for water campaign.
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS – 8. Identify theme and message of poem.
THE RIGHT THING TO DO 9. Identify setting and cultural
a. elements in DRAMA background.
b. structural element 10. Identify the poetry devices –
personification, metaphor, etc.

WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATION GRAMMAR SOUND


TOPIC 1 2 3 AL SYSTEM
EMPHASIS
28
30/7 – 03/8 REVISION

29 - 30 PEPERIKSAAN DALAMAN USBF 2 (06/08/18 – 17/08/18)

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 2 (18/08/18 – 26/08/18)

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Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Talk about one’s preferences. Thinking Prepositions of time Consona
31 a. exchanging opinions on topics of √ 2. Discuss plans and arrangements – Skills: nt
27/8 – CHAPTER interest. writing a report about an event. Making Preposition of place or clusters
30/8 11 b. discussing plans and √ √ 3. Listen to a report and note important interpretation position /fl/, /sl/
Science & arrangements. details. s;
Technolog c. making decisions. 4. Read a report and identify main ideas sequencing Adjectives of Homogr
y Language For Informational Use √ and supporting ideas; interpret non- comparison – regular aphs
a. listening to spoken text. linear text such as tables and graphs; forms
Values b. extracting main ideas. √ understand contextual clues. Multiple
c. interpreting non-linear text. √ √ √ 5. Retell a story in one’s word. Intelligence: Punctuation: hypen
Language For Aesthetic Use √ √ 6. Narrating sequence of events. musical,
Revision: Poems and short stories √ √ 7. Identify characters, themes. logical-
LIVING PHOTOGRAPH √ √ 8. Identify theme, setting and cultural mathematical
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE background.
a. structural elements 9.Identify the values embedded in the
b. conveying message short story
32 – 33 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Respond to questions politely by Thinking Connectors: Consona
03/9 – 14/9 12 a. carrying out language function. √ giving the required information. Skills: conjunction, logical nt
Environme b. reading materials in print. √ 2. Read topics of current interest. Evaluating; connectors clusters
nt c. responding to questions orally. √ 3. Exchange opinions. Making /kl/, /kr/
Language For Informational Use √ 4. Listen to panel discussion and note interpretation Simple compound and
People a. listening to spoken text. √ important details. s complex sentence
b. scanning for specific information. 5. Identify main ideas – jot down key
c. identifying different points of view. √ √ words and phrases.
d. drawing conclusions. √ 6. Read point of view to identify
e. summarizing information. √ √ √ supporting details and to understand
Language For Aesthetic Use context clues.
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS – 7. Draw conclusions – identify cause and
RIGHT THING TO DO effect.
a. elements in DRAMA 8. Summarize – identify points of view.
b. structural element 9. Recite the poem.
10. Write a paragraph stating one’s
opinion of the poem.
11. Identify theme, setting and cultural
background.
WEEK THEME / LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATION GRAMMAR SOUND
TOPIC 1 2 3 AL SYSTEM
EMPHASIS

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34 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Persuade someone to do something. Values and Possessive adjectives Consona
17/9 – 21/9 13 a. carrying out language function. √ 2. Keep a journal – a trip. Citizenship and possessive nt
Environme b. talking about oneself. √ 3. Exchange opinions about the clearing of a Education: pronouns clusters
nt c. exchanging opinions. √ forest for development. Collective ps/s/,
People d. solving problems √ 4. Suggest ways to solve environmental responsibility, Demonstrative gn/n/
Language For Informational Use √ problems. Involvement pronouns
a. reading materials in print. √ 5. Read a journal and scan for details. in world
b. scan for specific information. √ 6. Identify context clues and supporting organization. Punctuation: brackets
c. summarizing information. √ details.
d. predicting outcomes. √ 7. Summarize: identify relevant information. Dictation
e. expanding notes and outline. 8. Make inferences: meaning of words and
Language For Aesthetic Use √ √ phrases.
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS – 9. Write a journal entry about a place based
on articles, books, magazine and
a. elements in DRAMA brochures.
b. structural element 10. Talk about values in the poem.
11. Write a paragraph whether the values in
the poem are meaningful to one’s life.
12. Identify theme in the poem.

35 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Write a message to persuade youths to Thinking Adjective and Consona
24/9 – 28/9 15 a. solving problems and making √ support world peace. Skills: preposition nt
Values decisions. 2. Discuss about events and activities that Making combination clusters
People b. exchange ideas and opinions. √ √ could promote intercultural understanding associations, Adverbs of time /lm/, /m/
Language For Informational Use and harmony. Comparing Adverbs of frequency
a. reading materials in print. √ 3. Read an article and give opinions. and Punctuation: underline
b. identifying point of views. √ 4. To predict the future based on a text contrasting for emphasis
c. predict outcomes. pertaining to UNESCO.
d. summarizing information. √ √ 5. Summarize: ensuring readability.
Language For Aesthetic Use 6. Identify cultural backgraound.
DRAMA: FIVE SHORT PLAYS 7. Identify the sequence of events and plot.
a. elements in DRAMA
b. structural element

WEEK THEME LEARNING OUTCOMES L L L ACTIVITIES EDUCATIO GRAMMAR SOUND


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TOPIC EMPHASIS M

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36 CHAPTER Language For Interpersonal Use 1. Talking about one’s future. Thinking Passive construction Dipthong
01/10 – 16 a. talking about one’s interest. √ 2. Discuss about Earth’s future. Skills: using ‘has’ and ‘had’ /eI/
05/10 Science & b. Exchange ideas and opinions. √ √ 3. Discussing ways to solve problems Solving
Technolog c. solving problems and making √ – cause and effect relationships. problems, Adverbs of manner
y decisions. 4. Read descriptive accounts: follow Identify
Language For Informational Use sequence of ideas. causes and
a. discerning sequence of ideas. √ √ √ 5. Identify supporting details and understand effects
b. extracting main ideas and context clues.
details. √ √ 6. Summarize: ensure relevance. Preparation
c. summarizing information. 7. Stating evidence and reasons based on a For The Real
d. drawing conclusions. text. World:
e. present information. √ 8. Writing a descriptive account: world in the Vision 2020
Language For Aesthetic Use future.
Revision: Poems and short √ √ 9. Revision: 6 poems and 5 short stories.
stories - theme, plot, characters
LIVING PHOTOGRAPH √ - setting, cultural background
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT - values, message
BRIGADE - poetry devices
a. structural elements
b. conveying message
37 REVISION 08/10/18– 12/10/18
38 - 40 FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION (15/10/18 – 02/11/18)
41 - 43 POST MORTEM / REFLECTION (05/11/18 – 23/11/18)
YEAR END HOLIDAYS (24/11/18 – 01/01/18)

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.

FORM FOUR ENGLISH – SCHEME OF WORK 2017


LITERATURE COMPONENT

GENRE TITLE

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POEM LIVING PHOTOGRAPH BY JACKIE KAY
A POISON TREE Selected by : Pie Corbett and Valerie CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE BY TENNYSON
Bloom
SHORT STORY
LEAVING NO FOOTPRINT STORIES FROM ASIA Tanjung Rhu - Retold By Kay West
CHANGING THEIR SKIES BY STORIES FROM AFRICA Leaving by M.G. Vassanji
DRAMA
FIVE SHORT PLAYS BY OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS The right thing to do- Martin Ford
1 period per week

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
1.LIVING PHOTOGRAPH a. understanding and telling in √ √ √ and with correct pronunciation, intonation, stress Thinking Skills:
2. CHARGE OF THE one’s own words the story and and rhythm. Make decisions
LIGHT BRIGADE poem heard and/or read, and 2. Read a story Solve problems
giving one’s opinion of the text; 3. Talking about values found in the text.
SHORT STORY: b. recognizing elements in a story 4. Talking about the theme and writing a simple
1. LEAVING NO such as characters and setting; paragraph about the theme of the story. Values:
FOOTPRINT c. explaining the message the 5. Talking about the message the writer is Compassion
-Tanjung Rhu writer is trying to convey and putting across and writing a simple paragraph on Courage
2. CHANGING THEIR discussing how this relates to one’s it. Self discipline
SKIES life; 6. Telling how events, characters and values in Cooperation
- Leaving d. understanding other people’s the text are similar to one’s life.
cultures, traditions, customs and 7. Giving the sequence of events.
beliefs; 8. Talking about the place and time the story
DRAMA:
e. reciting poems with feeling and took place or the place the poem describes and
expression. writing a simple paragraph on it.
FIVE SHORT PLAYS
9. Talking about characters in a story and
- THE RIGHT THING TO
writing a simple paragraph on one or two
DO
characters.

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