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SMK MARAN

YEARLY LESSON PLAN


FORM 5
2017

SMK MARAN
RANCANGAN TAHUNAN BAHASA INGGERIS
TINGKATAN 5
2017
WEEK
THEME/TOPI

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

ACTIVITIES
DOMAIN

SPECIFICATION

LANGUAGE

C
Week 1-5

Theme 1:
People

03January03 February

Chapter 1
You and Your
Personality
Chapter 2
Unsung Heroes
Chapter 9
Striving For
Safety
Chapter 15
Your Career

S
Students should be able 1.0
to:
Interpersonal
1.1 Make friends and
keep friendship by
b) taking part in
conversations/discussion
s
c) talking about self
when others talk about
themselves.
2.0
2.1 Obtain information
Informational
for different purposes by
(b) interviewing and
using questionnaires.
2.2 Process information
by (b) extracting main
ideas and details, (f)
drawing conclusions.

Level 1
iv. Asking questions
politely/responding
politely to questions
asked.
Level 2 and 3
iii. Interviewing
people to get more
information on
topic under study.
Level 2
viii. Identifying
main ideas in the
text read. ix. Listing
important details.
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes
and outlines.

2.3 Present information 2.0


to different audiences by Informational
(a) writing letters, (i)
using appropriate
format, conventions and
grammar when
presenting information.
Literature
Component:
POEMS:
1. A Poison Tree
2. What
Happened to
Lulu?

Students should be able


to:
3.1 Listen to, read and
respond to literary
works by (a)
understanding and
telling in ones opinion
of the text.
(c) explaining the
message that the writer
is trying to convey and
discussing how this
relates to ones life.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1
iii. Retelling the
poem in ones own
words.
Level 2
viii. Discussing
values explored in
the texts.
Level 3
x. Discussing the
theme and message
of the poems.

CONTENT
Simple Present
Tense (p.11)

1.
Asking/respondin
g to questions on
Simple Past
future plans
Tense (p.12)
(p. 233)
2. Reading about
Adjectives of
SitiNurhaliza
quality (p.12)
(p.6)
-Reading for
Comparison of
details.
Adjectives (p.28) -Reading for main
ideas.
Present Perfect
-Making
Tense
references.
(p.29)
3. Write a
curriculum vitae
Active and
(p.243)
Passive Voice
4. Further
(page 148)
practice:
SPM Past Years
Articles
Questions
(p.241-242)
-1119/2 Summary
writing
-1119/1
Continuous
writing

1. Reciting poems
with feelings.
2. Expressing
views on
theme/messages.

WEEK

THEME/TOPI
C

Week6-9
06February03 March

Theme:
Environment
Chapter 5
-Its Raining Acid!
Chapter 10
-Earths Fragile
Future
Chapter 11
-What a Waste!
Chapter 13
-Seas of Oil
Chapter 14
-The Gracious
Citizen

Literature
Component:
NOVEL:
Captain Nobody
(Dean Pitchford)

1. An Introduction
2. Chapter 1
3. Chapter 2
4. Chapter 3

LEARNING
OUTCOMES
Students should be
able to:
2.1 Obtain
information for
different purposes
by
(a) listening to
spoken texts
2.2 Process
information by
(b) extracting main
ideas and details.
(f) drawing
conclusions.

DOMAIN

SPECIFICATIONS

2.0
Informational

Level 1, 2 & 3
i. Listening to and
understanding a
variety of texts.

1.0
Informational

2.0
Informational

2.3 Present
information to
different audiences
by
(a) writing
descriptions and
explanations.
(g) summarizing
information.

Students should be
able to:
3.1 Listen to,
read/respond to
literary works by
(a)
understanding/tellin
g in ones own
words the story read
and giving ones
opinion of the text.
(d) understanding
other peoples
cultures, traditions,
customs/beliefs.

Level 2
viii. Identifying
main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing important
details.
Level 2
v. Summarizing
ideas in a text.
Level 3
vi. Writing reports
on specific topics.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1
iii. Retelling the
story in ones own
words.
Level 2
v. Narrating the
sequence of events
ix. relating events,
characters/values to
ones life.

Chinese New Year (2 days)


(Week 04-05: 28-29 February 2017)
MID-TERM TEST 1 (1 Week)
(Week 10-11: 06-17 March 2017)
MID TERM BREAK 1 (1 Week)
(Week 11-12: 18-26 March 2017)

LANGUAGE
CONTENT
Connectors (page 79)
Phrasal Verbs (p.162)
Adjectives+Prepositio
n
Combinations
(p.164- 165)
Adjectives with
Prefixes (p.181)
Preposotions of
Direction (p.210)
Indirect/Reported
Speech (p.223)

ACTIVITIES

1. Listen to a
description of an
experiment and
complete
worksheet. (p.71)
2. Reading
unhealthy
fish/vegetables
(p.72)
-Acid rain (p.74)(reading for
details/ reading
for main ideas/
making
inferences)
3. Writing
-write a summary
(p.79)
-write about how
people can reduce
the occurance of
acid rain.
4. Further
Practice:
-SPM Past Years
Questions
(1119/2
Section C:
Comprehension )
(1119/1 C.W)

1. Composing
simple
poems/short essay.

WEEK

THEME/TOPI
C

Week 13,14&15
27 March14 April

Theme:
Social Issues
Chapter 3
-Youth Power
Chapter 4
-The Smart
Consumer

LEARNING
OUTCOMES
Students should be
able to:
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
(a) listening to spoken
texts
1.3 Obtain goods and
services by
(b) making complaints
and responding to
complaints.
2.2 Process
information by
(b) extracting main
ideas and details.
(f) drawing
conclusions.

DOMAIN

1.0 Interpersonal

2.0
Informational

SPECIFICATIONS

Level 1, 2 & 3
i. Listening to and
understanding a
variety of texts.
Level 2
viii. Identifying
main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing important
details.
Level 2
v. Summarizing
ideas in a text.

2.0
Informational

Level 2
iv. Expanding notes
and outlines.

2.3 Present
information to
different audiences by
(a) writing letters.
(g) summarizing
information.

Literature
Component:
NOVEL:
Captain Nobody
(Dean Pitchford)
1. Chapter 4
2. Chapter 5
3. Chapter 6

Students should be
able to:
3.1 Listen to and
respond to literary
works by
(a)
understanding/telling
in ones own words
the story read and
giving ones opinion
of the text.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1
iii. Retelling the
story in ones own
words.
Level 2
v. Narrating the
sequence of events.
ix. Relating events,
characters and
values to ones life.

LANGUAGE
CONTENT
Present
Continuous
Tense/Past
Continuous Tense/
Gerunds (p.43-45)

ACTIVITIES

1. Discuss sales
tactics. (p.52)
2. Role play (page
54)
3. Text Quest The
Armchair Shopper
(p.55)
-Reading for
details.
-Reading for main
ideas.
-Making
inferences
-Understanding
meaning from
context
-Moving beyond
the text.
4. Writing
-substituting an
expression with a
word (p.60)
-writing a formal
letter of complaint
(p.63)
5. Further
Practice:
SPM Past Years
Questions
(1119/2 Summary)
(1119/1 D.W)

WEEK

Week 16-18

THEME/TOPI
C
Theme:
Health

17 April-05 May
Chapter 6
-Smoking: The
Silent Killer
Chapter 7
-Self-esteem

LEARNING
OUTCOMES

DOMAIN

Students should be
able to:
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
(a) carrying out a
variety of language
functions.
2.2 Process
information by
(b) extracting main
ideas and details.
(f) drawing
conclusions.

1.0
Interpersonal

2.0
Informational

2.0
Informational

2.3 Present
information to
different audiences by
(a) writing
instructions.
(g) composing,
revising and editing
drafts; and checking
accuracy of spelling,
punctuation and
grammar.

Literature
Component:
NOVEL:
Captain Nobody
(Dean Pitchford)
1. Chapter 7
2. Chapter 8
3. Chapter 9

Students should be
able to:
3.1 Listen to and
respond to literary
works by
(a)
understanding/telling
in ones own words
the story read and
giving ones opinion
of the text.
(b) recognizing
elements in a story
such as characters.
(c) explaining the
message that the
writer is trying to
convey/discussing
how this relates to
ones own life.

SPECIFICATIONS LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

Level 1
i. Asking about ones Present Perfect
health/physical state. Tense
(p.98)
Level 2
viii. Identifying
Modals (p.115)
main ideas in the
text read.
Auxillaries
ix. Listing important (p.116)
details.

1. Talk about
advertisement.
(p.106)
2. Role playenquiring about
ones health
(p.108)
3. Read Battle For
Freedom(p.110)
-Reading fir details
-Reading for main
ideas.
-Making
inferences.
4. Writing (SPM
Past Years
Questions)
-Ways to boost
self- esteem.
-How to lead a
healthy lifestyle.
5. Further Practice:
SPM Past Years
Questions
-1119/2 Section C
Comprehension
-1119/1 C.W

Level 2
v. Summarizing
ideas in a text.
Level 2
iv. Expanding notes
and outlines.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 1
iii. Relating the story
in ones own words.
Level 2
v. Narrating the
sequence of events.
Level 2
vi. Describing
characters/writing a
paragraph or two
about them.
Level 3
x. Discussing the
theme/message of
the story.

LABOUR DAY
(Week 18: 01 May 2017)

1. Plot events on a
graph.
2. Sequencing
events/ pictures.
3. Character bingo
4. Character grid
5. Complete puzzle
on moral values.

WEEK
Week 19,20,21
& 24
08May16 July

THEME/TOPIC

Theme:
Science &
Technology
Chapter 8
-Transport
Tomorrow
Chapter 12
-Robot: Friend or
foe?

LEARNING
OUTCOMES
Students should be able
to:
1.2 Take part in social
interaction by
(a) carrying out a
variety of language
functions.
2.2 Process information
by
(b) extracting main
ideas and details.
(j) making short notes.
(a) skimming/scanning
for specific
information/ideas.
(d) getting the explicit
and implicit meanings
of the text.

DOMAIN

1.0
Interpersonal

2.0
Informational

NOVEL:
Captain Nobody
(Dean Pitchford)
1. Chapter 10
2. Chapter 11
3. Chapter 12
4. Conclusion
5. Revision

Students should be able


to:
3.1 Listen to/respond to
literary works by
(a)
understanding/telling in
ones own words the
story read.
3.2 Express themselves
creatively/imaginativel
y by
(a) dramatizing the text/
role play characters

Level 2
vi. Pronouncing
words clearly and
correctly
viii. Asking
questions and
making statements
with correct
intonation, word
stress/sentence
rhythm.
Level 1
iv. Taking notes of
the text heard.
iii. Scanning for
details.

2.0
Informational

2.3 Present information


to different audiences
by
(a) writing instructions.
(b) describing
(g) summarizing
information

Literature
Component:

SPECIFICATIONS

Level 2
viii. Identifying
main ideas in the
text read.
ix. Listing important
details.
Level 2
v. Summarizing
ideas in a text.
vii. Writing articles
on specific areas.

3.0 Aesthetic

Level 2
viii. Discussing
values explored in
the text.
Level 3
x. Discussing the
theme/message of
the story.
Level 1
i. Dramatizing
sections of the text.

LANGUAGE
CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

Simple Future
Tense/
Present
Continuous Tense
(p.133)

1. Talk about future


forms of
transportation.
(p.123)
2. Listen and respond
(p.124)
Nouns
-Listening to a news
functioning as
bulletin (p.124)
adjectives (p.194) -Fill in grid (p.124)
-Making enquiries
after reading
advertisements(p.124)
3. Text Quest (p.126)
-Reading for details.
-Reading for main
ideas
-Making inferences.
-Understanding
meaning from context
-Moving beyond text
4. Writing
-write a summary
(p.130)
-describe new forms
of transportation.
5. Further practice:
SPM Past Years
Questions
-1119/2 Summary
-1119/1 D.W
1. Dominoes
2. Complete puzzle
on moral values.
3. Dramatizing

HARI HOL (PAHANG STATE)


(Week 20: 17 May 2017)
Wesak Day
(Week 19: 10 May 2017)
MID-YEAR EXAMINATION
(Week 19-21: 09-26 May 2017)
Mid-Year Holiday (2 weeks)
(Week 21-23: 27 May-11 June 2017)
Nuzul Al-Quran day
(Week 24: 12 June 2017)

Hari Raya Aildilfitri (1 week)


(Week 25-26: 24 June-02 July 2017)

1119: Revision on Paper 1 and 2- SPM 2014/ Literature Component: Revision- Poem & Novel on The Curse
(Week 25: 19-23 June 2017)

1119: Revision on paper 1 and 2: SPM 2015/ Literature Component: Revision- Poem & Novel on The Curse
(Week 27: 03-07 July 2017)
1119: Revision on paper 1 and 2: SPM 2016/Literature Component: Revision- Poem & Novel on The Curse
(Week 28: 10-14 July 2017)
SPM Trial Examination
(Week 32-34: 07-25 August 2017)
Discussion of SPM Trial Examination Questions
(Week 36-37: 04-15 September 2017)
National Day
(Week 35: 31 August 2017)
MID-TERM II HOLIDAYS
(Week 34-35: 26 August-03September 2017)

KEM MARATHON SPM


(Week 36: 04-08 September 2017)

Revise of Other States Trial Examination Questions


( Week 38- 44: 18 September-03 November 2017)
SPM EXAMINATION 2017
( Week 45-47: 07-24 November 2017)
STARTING WEEK 48 END-OF-YEAR SCHOOL HOLIDAYS/SPM EXAMINATION
( 27 November 2017- 01 January 2018 )