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  • SMK (L) METHODIST JALAN HANG JEBAT

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK

    FORM 3

    1

    1

    WEEK THEME/TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATION ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL

    EMPHASES

    1,2

    12 16

    19 - 23

    Jan

    Chapter 1

    PEOPLE

    Famous Personalities

    1.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INTERPERSONAL USE

    1.2 Take part in social interaction by

    b. participating in conversations and

    discussions

    2.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INFORMATIONAL USE

    2.1 Obtain information for different

    purposes by:

    a. Listening to spoken texts

    c. Reading materials in prints such as

    articles and using other electronic media

    such as the internet

    2.2 Process information by: b. extracting main ideas and details

    e. predicting outcomes

    2.3 Present information to different audiences by:

    a. writing recounts, descriptions,

    explanations, speeches, reports and articles.

    c. responding to questions orally and in

    writing

    i. using appropriate format, conventions and

    grammar when presenting information.

    3.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC

    USE

    3.1 Listen to, read and view and respond

    to literary works by:

    b. Recognizing elements in a story such as

    characters and setting

    Level 1

    1. Ask questions politely to get information.

    Level 1

    1. Listen to and understand a

    dialogue.

    2. Read and understand a description of a person.

    Level 2

    1. Identify important ideas. 2. Identify main ideas and

    supporting details, use contextual

    clues.

    3. Write a description of a person: expand notes and outlines.

    Level 3

    1. Make inferences, move beyond the text.

    Level 2

    1. Identify the characters in the story.

    2. Get to know the characters From what they say or do.

    1. Engage in a conversation about

    well-known personalities and

    discussing how they have contributed

    to society.

    2. Ask questions politely using modals.

    1. Read silently and scan for

    information from the article.

    2. Read an article describing a famous

    personality and identify the main ideas.

    3. Mind mapping and write a

    descriptive essay of a person.

    4. Give opinion on space exploration.

    1. Name the characters and their

    qualities in the novel How I Met

    Myself..

    Thinking Skills-Evaluating

    Values and Citizenship

    Grammar :

    - The simple present tense

    - Adjectives of color, size

    and shape.

    - Adjectives that show

    qualities.

    Sound System:

    Consonants /k/ and /r/

    Vocabulary:

    Contextual clues

  • SMK (L) METHODIST JALAN HANG JEBAT

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK

    FORM 3

    2

    2

    WEEK THEME/TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATION ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL

    EMPHASES

    3 & 4

    26 30

    Jan

    4 6

    Feb

    Chapter 2

    PEOPLE

    Heroes Near and Far

    1.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INTERPERSONAL USE

    1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by

    :

    c. exchanging ideas and giving opinions on

    topics of interest

    d. taking part in conversations and

    discussions

    2.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INFORMATIONAL USE

    2.1 Obtain information for different

    purposes by:

    a. Listening to spoken texts

    c. Reading materials in prints such as

    articles and using other electronic media

    such as the internet.

    2.2 Process information by:

    a. skimming and scanning for specific

    information and ideas

    b. extracting main ideas and details

    2.3 Present information to different

    audiences by:

    a. writing recounts, descriptions,

    explanations, speeches, reports and articles.

    e. expanding notes and outlines

    3.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC

    USE

    3.1 Listen to, read and view and respond

    to literary works by:

    b. Recognizing elements in a story such as

    characters and setting

    Level 1

    1. Respond appropriately to

    questions.

    Level 1

    1. Listen to and understand a talk

    and identify main ideas.

    2. Read and understand a biography.

    Take dictation of a text.

    Level 2

    1. Identify main ideas and

    supporting details, use contextual

    clues.

    2. Write a simple biography: expand

    notes and outlines.

    Level 3

    1. Make inferences, move beyond

    the text.

    Level 2

    1. Get to know the characters from

    what the writer says.

    1. Talk about great leaders.

    2. Ask and answer questions about

    heroes far and near.

    1. Listen to a text about a hero.

    2. Complete a chart on a students hero

    based on the listening text.

    3. Read an article on Dr. Martin Luther

    King, Jr.

    4. Write a simple biography with the

    suggested outline about Tun Abdul

    Razak.

    5. Give opinion on people who fight

    for human rights.

    6. Make a poster about a person who

    has fought for human rights.

    1. Read How I Met Myself and write

    about the characters physical

    appearance and qualities.

    Learning How To learn,

    Multiple Intelligences

    Grammar :

    - The simple past tense

    - Words that signal the

    past tense

    Sound System:

    Consonants /d/

    Vocabulary: Dictionary skills-guide

    words

    LITERATURE

    COMPONENT:

    POEM

    LEISURE

  • SMK (L) METHODIST JALAN HANG JEBAT

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK

    FORM 3

    3

    3

    WEEK THEME/TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATION ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL

    EMPHASES

    5

    9 13

    Feb

    Chapter 3

    PEOPLE &

    SOCIAL ISSUES

    To Serve, With Love

    1.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INTERPERSONAL USE

    1.2 Take part in social interaction by

    a. carrying out a variety of language

    functions;

    b. participating in conversations and

    discussions

    2.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INFORMATIONAL USE

    2.1 Obtain information for different

    purposes by:

    a. Listening to spoken texts

    c. Reading materials in prints such as

    articles and using other electronic media

    such as the internet.

    2.2 Process information by:

    b. extracting main ideas and details

    d. getting the explicit and implicit meaning

    of the text.

    2.3 Present information to different

    audiences by:

    a. writing recounts, descriptions,

    explanations, speeches, reports and articles.

    i. using appropriate format, conventions and

    grammar when presenting information.

    3.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC

    USE

    3.1 Listen to, read and view and respond

    to literary works by:

    b. Recognizing elements in a story such as

    characters and setting

    Level 1

    1. Express appreciation and

    gratitude; express hope.

    Level 1

    1. Listen to and understand a radio

    interview and sequence events.

    2. Read and understand an article.

    Level 2

    1. Identify important ideas.

    2. Identify main ideas and

    supporting details, use contextual

    clues.

    3. Write a report; expand notes and

    outlines.

    Level 3

    1. Make inferences.

    Level 2

    1. Describe characters based on how

    other characters respond to them.

    1. Talk about the quote No one is

    useless in this world that lightens the

    burden of another.

    2. Role play situations where you

    express appreciation, gratitude and

    hope.

    1. Listen to radio interview on charity

    work and answer questions that follow.

    2. Read the article A Place To Call

    Home and answer questions based on

    context.

    3. Write a report of a visit to a nursing

    home.

    4. Get information on charitable

    organizations and how they benefit

    others. Which one would you join?

    1. Get to know about the characters in

    How I Met Myself from how others

    in the story respond to them.

    Values and Citizenship,

    Knowledge Acquisition

    Grammar :

    - Adverbs of place.

    - Articles with countable

    nouns.

    Sound System:

    Vowels / / and /e/

    Vocabulary: Base words

  • SMK (L) METHODIST JALAN HANG JEBAT

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK

    FORM 3

    4

    4

    WEEK THEME/TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SPECIFICATION ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL

    EMPHASES

    6

    16 17

    Feb

    Chapter 4

    SOCIAL ISSUES

    Bridging the Gap

    1.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INTERPERSONAL USE

    1.2 Take part in social interaction by

    a. carrying out a variety of language

    functions;

    b. participating in conversations and

    discussions

    2.0 LANGUAGE FOR

    INFORMATIONAL USE

    2.1 Obtain information for different

    purposes by:

    a. Listening to spoken texts

    c. Reading materials in prints such as

    articles and using other electronic media

    such as the internet.

    2.2 Process information by:

    b. extracting main ideas and details

    f. drawing conclusions

    2.3 Present information to different

    audiences by:

    a. writing recounts, descriptions,

    explanations, speeches, reports and articles.

    i. using appropriate format, conventions and

    grammar when presenting information.

    3.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE

    3.1 Listen to, read