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KSSR Year 4 SJK (C) 2018

English Yearly Scheme Of Work

THEME/ LISTENING & READING WRITING LANGUAGE ARTS GRAMMAR NOTES


WEEK
UNIT SPEAKING

1-3 1. 1.1.1 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.1.1 TEXTBOOK


Able to speak with Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 1- 8
Love correct stress understand phrases legible print with chants, poems and nouns
Yourself and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and REMARKS:
from : (b) sentences verbal response appropriately
1.1.3 (a) linear texts : 14.1.18
2.1.18 WORLD OF Able to listen to (b) non-linear texts (a) singular AGM PIBG
- SELF, and recite poems, 3.1.2 4.1.2 nouns
5.1.18 FAMILY tongue twister and Able to write in neat Able to sing songs (b) plural
AND sing songs, paying cursive writing with and recite jazz nouns
FRIENDS attention to 2.3.1 correct spelling chants and poems
pronunciation, Able to read for (a) words with correct stress,
8.1.18 rhythm and information and pronunciation,
- intonation enjoyment with rhythm and
12.1.18 guidance : 3.2.4 intonation
(b) non-fiction Able to spell words by
1.1.4 applying spelling rules
Able to talk about 4.3.1
15.1.18 related topics with Able to plan,
- guidance 3.3.1 produce and display
19.1.18 Able to create simple creative works
texts using a variety of based on literacy
1.2.4 media with guidance : texts using a variety
Able to participate (a) non-linear of media with
in guided (b) linear guidance
conversation with
peers
4-5
2. 1.1.4 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.1.3 TEXTBOOK
Able to talk about Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 9- 17
Time Is related topics with understand phrases legible print with chants, poems and verbs
Precious guidance and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and REMARKS:
from : (a) phrases verbal response appropriately Thaipusam
22.1.18 WORLD OF (a) linear texts (b) sentences :
KNOWLEDGE
- 1.2.4 (b) non-linear texts (a) but Hari Wilayah
26.1.18 Able to participate 4.1.2 (b) and
in guided 3.1.2 Able to sing songs Chinese New
conversation with 2.2.3 Able to write in neat and recite jazz Year
peers Able to read and cursive writing with chants and poems (19-20.1.2018)
29.1.18 demonstrate correct spelling with correct stress,
- understanding of (a) words pronunciation,
2.2.18 texts by : rhythm and
(b) predicting with 3.3.1 intonation
guidance Able to create simple
texts using a variety of
media with guidance :
(b) linear

REVIEW 1 3.1.1
1.1.1 Able to write in neat 5.1.3
Able to speak with legible print with Able to use
correct stress correct spelling verbs
((b) sentences correctly and
appropriately
:
(a) but
(b) and
3. 1.1.1 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.1.2 TEXTBOOK
6-8 Able to speak with Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 18-25
Love correct stress understand phrases legible print with chants, poems and pronouns
Others and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and
from : (b) sentences verbal response appropriately REMARKS:
1.1.4 (a) linear texts :
WORLD OF Able to talk about (a)
5.2.18 SELF, related topics with 3.1.2 4.1.2 possessive
- FAMILY guidance 2.2.3 Able to write in neat Able to sing songs
9.2.18 AND Able to read and cursive writing with and recite jazz
FRIENDS demonstrate correct spelling chants and poems
1.2.4 understanding of (a) words with correct stress,
Able to participate texts by : pronunciation,
12.2.18 in guided (a) sequencing rhythm and
- conversation with 3.2.1 intonation
15.2.18 peers Able to transfer
2.2.4 information with
Able to apply guidance to complete : 4.2.1
dictionary skills : (b) non- linear texts Able to respond to
(a) entry literacy texts :
(b) exit ( c) values
3.2.3
19.2.18 Able to punctuate
- 2.3.1 correctly : 4.3.2
23.2.18 Able to read for (a) apostrophe Able to plan,
information and prepare and
enjoyment with participate in a
guidance. 3.3.1 performance with
(b)non-fiction Able to create simple guidance based on
texts using a variety of literacy works
media with guidance :
(a) non-linear
1.1.3 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.2.1 5.1.5 TEXTBOOK
4
9 - 11 Able to listen to Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to respond to Able to use PAGE 26-34
and recite poems, understand phrases legible print with literacy texts : prepositions
Our Town
tongue twister and and sentences correct spelling (a) characters correctly and
WORLD OF sing songs, paying from : (a) phrases (b) place and time appropriately REMARKS:
KNOWLEDGE attention to (a) linear texts :
pronunciation, (b) non-linear texts (a) in front of CUTI
26.2.18 rhythm and (b) behind PERISTIWA
2.3.18 intonation 3.1.2 4.3.2 (c) at 2.3.18
Able to write in neat Able to plan, (d) above
2.3.1 cursive writing with prepare and (e) below
Able to read for correct spelling participate in a INTERVENSI
5.3.18 1.2.3 information and (a) words performance with 5 – 9.3.18
- Able to listen to, enjoyment with guidance based on
9.3.18 follow and give guidance : literacy works
directions around (a) fiction SEGAK
the neighbourhood (b) non-fiction 3.2.1 12.3.18
Able to transfer
information with PENETAPAN
guidance to complete : TARGET
(a) linear texts 17.3.18
12.3.18
-
16.3.18 CUTI
1.2.2 2.2.2 PERTENGAHA
REVIEW 2
Able to listen to, Able to read and N PENGGAL 1
follow and give understand phrases 14 – 22.3.18
instructions and sentences
from :
(a) linear texts
1.1.1 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.1.4 TEXTBOOK
5
12 -14 Able to speak with Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 35-42
understand phrases
Our Heroes correct stress legible print with chants, poems and conjunctions
and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and
from : (b) sentences verbal response appropriately REMARKS:
WORLD OF
KNOWLEDGE
(a) linear texts :
1.1.3 (b) non-linear texts (a) but CUTI
26.3.18 Able to listen to 3.1.2 4.1.2 PERISTIWA
- and recite poems, Able to write in neat Able to sing songs 6.4.18
29.3.18 tongue twister and 2.2.4 cursive writing with and recite jazz
sing songs, paying Able to apply correct spelling chants and poems
attention to dictionary skills : (a) words with correct stress,
pronunciation, (a) entry pronunciation,
2.4.18 rhythm and rhythm and
(b) exit
- intonation 3.2.1 intonation
6.4.18 Able to transfer
2.3.1 information with
1.1.4 Able to read for guidance to complete : 4.2.1
Able to talk about information and (a) linear texts Able to respond to
related topics with enjoyment with (b)non-linear texts literacy texts :
guidance guidance : (a) characters
(b) non-fiction 3.2.2
9.4.18 Able to write with
- guidance :
13.4.18 (a) compound
sentences

3.3.1
Able to create simple
texts using a variety of
media with guidance :
(b) linear
15 - 17 6 1.1.2 2.2.2 3.1.2 4.1.1 5.1.4 TEXTBOOK
Able to listen and Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 43-51
Tell Me A enjoy stories understand phrases cursive writing with chants, poems and conjunctions
Story and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and
from : (a) words verbal response appropriately REMARKS:
WORLD OF (a) linear texts :
16.4.18 STORIES 1.1.4 (b) non-linear texts (b) because PKSR1 &
- Able to talk about UPSR 1
20.4.18 related topics with 3.2.1 4.1.2 18-27.4.18
guidance Able to transfer Able to sing songs
2.2.3 information with and recite jazz LABOUR DAY
Able to read and guidance to complete : chants and poems 1.5.2018
23.4.18 demonstrate (a) linear texts with correct stress,
- 1.3.1 understanding of pronunciation,
27.4.18 Able to listen to texts by : rhythm and
and demonstrate (b) predicting with intonation
understanding of guidance 3.2.2
oral texts by : Able to write with
(b) sequencing guidance :
(c) predicting with (a) compound 4.2.1
guidance 2.3.1 sentences Able to respond to
30.4.18 Able to read for literacy texts :
- information and (a) characters
4.5.18 enjoyment with (b) place and time
guidance : (c) values
(a) fiction
(b) non-fiction

2.2.2 3.2.2 5.1.4


REVIEW 3 Able to read and Able to write with Able to use
understand phrases guidance : conjunctions
and sentences (a) compound correctly and
from : sentences appropriately
(a) linear texts :
(a) but
(b) because
18 - 19
7 1.1.1 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.1.4 TEXTBOOK
Able to speak with Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 52-59
Be Safe correct stress understand phrases legible print with chants, poems and conjunctions
and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and
WORLD OF from : (b) sentences verbal response appropriately REMARKS:
KNOWLEDGE :
7.5.18 (a) linear texts
- 1.1.3 (b) non-linear texts (c) so HARI
11.5.18 Able to listen to PELAPORAN
and recite poems, 3.1.2 4.1.2 9.5.18
tongue twister and Able to write in neat Able to sing songs
sing songs, paying 2.2.3 cursive writing with and recite jazz CUTI
14.5.18 attention to Able to read and correct spelling chants and poems PERTENGAHA
- pronunciation, demonstrate (a) words with correct stress, N TAHUN
18.5.18 rhythm and understanding of pronunciation, 30.5-14.6.2018
intonation texts by : rhythm and
(a) sequencing intonation
(b) predicting with 3.2.2
guidance Able to write with
1.1.4 guidance :
Able to talk about (a) questions 4.2.1
related topics with Able to respond to
guidance 2.3.1 literacy texts :
Able to read for (a) characters
information and 3.3.1 (c) values
enjoyment with Able to create simple
guidance : texts using a variety of
(b) non-fiction media with guidance :
(b) linear 4.3.2
Able to plan,
prepare and
participate in a
performance with
guidance based on
literacy works
8 1.1.4 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.2.1 5.2.1 TEXTBOOK
Able to talk about Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to respond to Able to PAGE 60-69
20 - 22 Save, related topics with understand phrases legible print with literacy texts : construct
Spend guidance and sentences correct spelling (a) characters interrogative
Wisely from : (c) numerals in word (b) place and time sentences REMARKS:
(a) linear texts form (c) values correctly.
(b) non-linear texts HARI WESAK
WORLD OF 3.1.2 29.5.18
21.5.18 KNOWLEDGE Able to write in neat
1.2.4
- Able to participate 2.3.1 cursive writing with HARI GURU
25.5.18 in guided Able to read for correct spelling. 4.3.2 1.6.2018
conversation with information and (b)phrases Able to plan,
peers enjoyment with (c)numerals in word prepare and NUZUL AL-
guidance : form participate in a QURAN
28.5.18 (b) non-fiction performance with 2.6.2018
- guidance based on
1.6.18 3.2.1 literacy works
Able to transfer HOLIDAYS &
information with HARI RAYA
guidance to complete : 11-24.6.2018
(a) linear texts
4.6.18
-
5.6.18 3.2.2
Able to write with
guidance :
(b) question

3.3.1
Able to create simple
texts using a variety of
media with guidance :
(b) linear
23 - 24 9 1.1.2 2.2.1 3.1.2 4.2.1 5.2.1 TEXTBOOK
Able to listen and Able to apply word Able to write in neat Able to respond to Able to PAGE 70-77
Stories enjoy stories attack skills by cursive writing with literacy texts : construct
From Other identifying : correct spelling (a) characters interrogative
Lands (a) homographs (b) phrases (b) place and time sentences
(c) values correctly.
25.6.18 WORLD OF 1.1.4 2.2.2
- STORIES Able to talk about Able to read and REMARKS:
29.6.18 related topics with understand phrases 3.2.1 4.3.2
guidance and sentences Able to transfer Able to plan, CAMP DUSUN
from : information with prepare and ECO
(b) non-linear texts guidance to complete : participate in a
2.7.18 (b) non-linear texts performance with
- 1.3.1 guidance based on
6.7.18 Able to listen to 2.2.3 literacy works
and demonstrate Able to read and
understanding of demonstrate 3.2.2
oral texts by : understanding of Able to write with
(c) predicting with texts by : guidance :
guidance (a) sequencing (b) question
(b) predicting with
guidance

3.3.1
Able to create simple
2.3.1 texts using a variety of
Able to read for media with guidance :
information and (b) linear
enjoyment with
guidance :
(a) fiction
25 - 26 10 1.1.3 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.2.1 5.1.7 TEXTBOOK
Able to listen to Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to respond to Able to use PAGE 78-86
Let’s and recite poems, understand phrases legible print with literacy texts : articles
Celebrate tongue twister and and sentences correct spelling (a) characters correctly and
sing songs, paying from : (b) phrases (b) place and time appropriately
WORLD OF attention to (a) linear texts (c) values : REMARKS:
KNOWLEDGE
9.7.18 pronunciation, (a) the
- rhythm and 3.1.2 (b) zero UPSR 2 &
13.7.18 intonation Able to write in neat article (-) PKSR 2
2.3.1 cursive writing with 4.3.2 18 – 27.7.18
Able to read for correct spelling Able to plan,
information and (b) phrases prepare and
16.7.18 1.1.4 enjoyment with participate in a
- Able to talk about guidance : performance with
20.7.18 related topics with (a) fiction 3.2.1 guidance based on
guidance (b) non-fiction Able to transfer literacy works
information with
guidance to complete :
(a) linear texts
(b) non-linear texts

2.3.1 3.2.1
REVIEW 4
Able to read for Able to transfer
information and information with
enjoyment with guidance to complete :
guidance : (b) non-linear texts
(b) non-fiction
27 - 28 11 1.1.1 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.1.1 5.1.6 TEXTBOOK
Able to speak with Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 87-93
Amazing correct stress understand phrases legible print with chants, poems and adjectives
Malaysia and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and
1.1.3 from : (b) phrases verbal response appropriately
WORLD OF Able to listen to (a) linear texts :
23.7.18 KNOWLEDGE and recite poems, (a) size
- tongue twister and (b) opinion
27.7.18 sing songs, paying 3.1.2 4.1.2
attention to 2.2.3 Able to write in neat Able to sing songs
pronunciation, Able to read and cursive writing with and recite jazz
rhythm and demonstrate correct spelling chants and poems
30.7.18 intonation understanding of (b) phrases with correct stress,
- texts by : pronunciation,
3.8.18 1.1.4 (b) predicting with rhythm and
Able to talk about guidance 3.2.1 intonation
related topics with Able to transfer
guidance information with
guidance to complete :
1.2.1 2.3.1 (b) non-linear texts
Able to participate Able to read for 4.2.1
in daily information and Able to respond to
conversations : enjoyment with literacy texts :
(a) extend an guidance : 3.3.1 (b) place and time
invitation (b) non-fiction Able to create simple
(c) decline an texts using a variety of
invitation media with guidance :
(d)express (b) linear
sympathy

1.2.4
Able to participate
in guided
conversation with
peers
29 – 30 12 1.1.2 2.2.1 3.1.1 4.2.1 5.1.8 TEXTBOOK
Able to listen and Able to apply word Able to write in neat Able to respond to Able to use PAGE 94-101
Doing What enjoy stories attack skills by legible print with literacy texts : adverbs
Is Right identifying : correct spelling (a) characters correctly and
6.8.18 (b) homophones (b) phrases (b) place and time appropriately
- WORLD OF (c) values : REMARKS:
10.8.18 KNOWLEDGE
1.1.3 (a) manner
Able to listen to 2.2.2 3.1.2
and recite poems, Able to read and Able to write in neat SEGAK
tongue twister and understand phrases cursive writing with 4.3.2 6-10.8.2018
13.8.18 sing songs, paying and sentences correct spelling Able to plan,
- attention to from : (b) phrases prepare and
17.8.18 pronunciation, (a) linear texts participate in a
rhythm and (b) non-linear texts performance with TRIAL EXAM
intonation 3.2.1 guidance based on 13-17.8.2018
Able to transfer literacy works
information with
2.2.3 guidance to complete : CUTI
Able to read and (a) linear texts PERTENGAHA
demonstrate N PENGGAL 2
understanding of &
texts by : 3.2.4 HARI RAYA
(a) sequencing Able to spell words by HAJI
applying spelling rules 19-27.9.2018

2.3.1 3.3.1
Able to read for Able to create simple
information and texts using a variety of
enjoyment with media with guidance :
guidance : (b) linear
(a) fiction
31 - 32 13 1.1.4 2.2.2 3.1.2 4.1.1 5.1.8 TEXTBOOK
Able to talk about Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to use PAGE 102-111
Our related topics with understand phrases cursive writing with chants, poems and adverbs
Country, guidance and sentences correct spelling songs through non- correctly and
27.8.18 Our Pride from : (b) phrases verbal response appropriately
- (a) linear texts :
31.8.18 (b) non-linear texts (b) time
WORLD OF 1.2.4 REMARK:
KNOWLEDGE 4.1.2
Able to participate 2.2.4 3.3.1
in guided Able to apply Able to create simple Able to sing songs NATIONAL DAY
3.9.18 and recite jazz
conversation with dictionary skills texts using a variety of
- peers (a) entry media with guidance : chants and poems 31.8.2018
7.9.18 (b) exit (a) non-linear with correct stress,
(b) linear pronunciation,
2.3.1 rhythm and
Able to read for intonation
information and 3.1.1
enjoyment with Able to write in neat
guidance : legible print with 4.2.1
(b) non-fiction correct spelling Able to respond to
(b) phrases literacy texts :
(c) values
REVIEW 5 2.2.2
Able to read and
understand phrases
and sentences
from :
(a) linear texts

2.2.3
Able to read and
demonstrate
understanding of
texts by :
(a) sequencing
(b) predicting with
guidance
14 1.1.2 2.2.2 3.1.1 4.2.1 5.1.4 TEXTBOOK
Able to listen and Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to respond to Able to use PAGE 112-
33 - 34 Our Earth, enjoy stories understand phrases legible print with literacy texts : conjunctions 119
Our Home and sentences correct spelling: (a) characters correctly and
from : (a) phrases (b) place and time appropriately
WORLD OF (a) linear texts (c) values :
10.9.18 KNOWLEDGE
1.1.4 (b) non-linear texts 3.1.2 (a) but REMARK:
-
Able to talk about Able to write in neat (b) because
14.9.18
related topics with cursive writing with (c) so AWAL
guidance correct spelling 4.3.2 MUHARRAM
2.2.3 (b) phrases Able to plan,
Able to read and prepare and 11.9.18
17.9.18
demonstrate participate in a
-
1.2.2 understanding of performance with
21.9.18
Able to listen to, texts by : 3.2.1 guidance based on
follow and give (b) predicting with Able to transfer HARI
literacy works
instructions guidance information with MALAYSIA
guidance to complete :
(a) linear texts 16.9.18

1.2.4 2.3.1
Able to participate Able to read for
in guided information and 3.3.1
conversation with enjoyment with Able to create simple
peers guidance : texts using a variety of
(a) fiction media with guidance :
(b) non-fiction (b) linear
15 1.1.1 2.2.2 3.1.2 4.1.1 5.2.1 TEXTBOOK
Able to speak with Able to read and Able to write in neat Able to enjoy jazz Able to PAGE 120-
35 - 36 What’s The correct stress understand phrases cursive writing with chants, poems and construct 130
Weather and sentences correct spelling songs through non- interrogative
Like from : (b) phrases verbal response sentences
1.1.4 (a) linear texts correctly.
24.9.18
Able to talk about (b) non-linear texts
- WORLD OF related topics with REMARK:
28.9.18 KNOWLEDGE 4.1.2
guidance 3.2.2
Able to write with Able to sing songs
2.2.3 guidance : and recite jazz SUKAN TARA
Able to read and (a) compound chants and poems 9-20.9.2018
1.10.18
1.2.4 demonstrate sentences with correct stress,
- pronunciation,
5.10.18 Able to participate understanding of (b) question
in guided texts by : rhythm and HARI SUKAN
conversation with (a) sequencing intonation 13.10.2018
peers (b) predicting with
guidance
3.3.1 CUTI AKHIR
Able to create simple TAHUN
texts using a variety of 23.11.18-3.1.19
2.2.4 media with guidance :
Able to apply (a) non-linear
dictionary skills :
(a) entry
(b) exit

47 - 43 REVISION REMARKS: PKSR 3 (17-26.1-.2018), HARI KANAK-KANAK ( 2.11.2018), DEEPAVALI (5-7.11.2018),


GRADUATION DAY (16.11.2018) NABI MUHAMMAD BIRTHDAY (20.11.2018)