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ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT

Scope

English as a communicative language programme for the Special Education is planned according to the ability and achievement of each individual. The core of it is the concept of lifelong education geared towards the gentle development of the whole person intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and to be able to interact among society. Functional language skills are taken into consideration for employment purposes. The content of the English language skills can be integrated with other skills of learning across the curriculum.

Objectives

By the end of tertiary education, pupils should be able to achieve the following:

1. listen, imitate, and understand simple spoken English

2. speak and respond clearly in situations

3. read and understand simple messages

4. write simple information using simple language

5. use language acquired to function in society

6. be employable OBJECTIVESCONTENTSUGGESTED TEACHING ACTIVITIESTEACHING AIDS / REMARKS

1. Greetings and social expressions

Pupils should be able to:

1.1 greet a person at different times during the day1.2 use polite expressions1.3 telephone expressions

1.1.1 Greetings

1.1.2 Exchange greetings

1.2.1 Appropriate body gestures

1.2.2 Social situations

1.3.1 Common telephone expressions

1.3.2 Usage of the telephone / public telephone / mobile phone

1.3.3 Telephone messagesa. Introduce greetings

i. good morningii. good afternooniii. good evening

b. Sing songs pertaining to greetings

a. Pupils exchange greetings with:

i. teachers

ii. friends

iii. parents

a. Pupils response with appropriate

body gestures

i. shaking hands

ii. waving

a. Pupils recognise social situations

and give suitable responses

i. expressing gratitude

ii. apologizing

iii. forgiving

iv. congratulating

v. offering condolences

b. Differentiate suitable response to

situations

c. Appropriate response in different

social context

a. Teacher introduces telephone

expressions

i. Hello, may I speak to .

b. Pupils use telephone expressions

a. Use the telephone

i. public telephone

ii. mobile phone

b. Follow instructions to make

telephone calls

c. Make and receive telephone calls

a. Take down telephone messages

i. name

ii. telephone number of caller

iii. messages

b. Oral messages

c. Written messagestape

video

computer aids

good morning song (tune: happy birthday)

eg. good morning to you. x4

sing hello together

sing hello, x2

sing hello

together

masks

puppets

costumes

picture cards

word cards

wall charts

flip charts

tape (recorded voices)

VCD

recorded telephone conversation

telephone

public telephone

Suggested grammar

subject-verb agreement

pronouns

questions and responses

tenses

models

Suggested vocabulary

good morning

good afternoon

good evening

good night

good bye

hello

sorry

thank you

congratulations

excuse me

please

may I..

how are you?

I am fine, thank you

2. Personal details

Pupils should be able to:

2.1 state his / her own personal details

2.2 state his / her

friends

personal

details

2.3 fill in forms

requiring

personal

details /

particulars2.1.1 Self awareness

2.1.2 Awareness of self and others

2.1.3 Personal details

2.2.1 Friends personal

details

2.2.2 Introduce self / others

2.3.1 Information required in

forms

2.3.2 Various types of forms

a. Differentiate self and others

b. Point to self and state name

c. Point to others and state names

a. Personal details

i. name

ii. age

iii. address

iv. gender

v. date of birthb. Recognise own personal details

c. Write own personal details

d. Write information of oneselfa. Recognise and identify name, age,

address, gender, and date of birth of friends.

b. State personal details of friends

a. Introduce self / others

b. Recognise friends namesc. Read words / sentences

d. Writing information of friends

a. Recognise information required in

forms

a. Fill various types of forms

i. job application

ii. at the bank

iii. at the post office

mirror

photographs

sentence cards

name cards

computer aids

pictures

address cards

envelope

charts

Suggested

vocabulary

my

name

boy

girl

addressvarious types of

forms from the

post office,

job application

forms,

bank forms

Suggested

grammar

subject-verb

agreement

personal

pronouns

positive and

negative

statement

Wh Questions

3. Family members Pupils should be able to:

3.1 name and differentiate members of the family

3.2 identify gender

of family

members

3.3 seek the

numbers of

brothers and

sisters one has

3.1.1 Family members

3.2.1 Gender of family

members

3.3.1 Family hierarchy

3.3.2 Siblings

a. Acknowledge family membersb. Recognise and name family

membersa. Differentiate gender

i. boy

ii. girl

iii. man

iv. woman

b. Teacher shows pictures of

different gender

c. Pupils identify pictures of different

gender

a. State family hierarchy

i. first

ii. second

iii. third

b. Letter and word recognitionc. Configuration of wordsd. Copy words / phrases / sentences

e. Spell words

i. father

ii. mother

f. Write words / phrases / sentences

photograph of family members

flash cards

pictures

Suggested grammar

personal

pronouns

subject-verb

agreement

positive and

negative

statement

model verbs

adverbs

conjunctions

questions and

answers

simple and

compound

sentences

Suggested vocabulary

father, mother

grandfather,

grandmother,

brother, sister

uncle, aunt

cousin

4. Places in the school

Pupils should be able to:

4.1 identify and

recognise

places around

the school

4.2 identify

directions

5. Things in the classroom

Pupils should be able

to:

5.1 Identify things

in the

classroom

5.2 identify parts of the classroom

4.1.1 Different places /

surroundings in school

4.1.2 Spatial awareness

(big area / small area)

4.2.1 Directions

5.1.1 Non-living things in the

classroom

5.2.1 Parts of the classroom

a. Recognise and name various places in the schoolb. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

c. Read words / phrases / sentencesd. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Introduce places with big area:-

i. field

ii. hall

iii. car parkb. Introduce places with small area :-

i. toilet

ii. store room

c. Recognise and name places.

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentencese. Read words / phrases /

sentencesf. Write words / phrase / sentencesa. Introduce directionsi. leftii. rightiii. straightiv. turn

b. Listen to directions and perform

actions eg. Go right, Go left

c. Follow directions

eg. go straight, turn right at the junction, go up the stairs to the office

d. Give directions to a destination

e. Play language games

a. Identify and name non-living things

in the classroomb. Label things in the classroom

c. Recognise words / phrases /

sentencesd. Match pictures with pictures

e. Match pictures with words

f. Read words / phrases / sentencesg. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Identify parts of the classroomi. wall

ii. floor

iii. ceiling

iv. window

b. Recognise words / phrases /

sentences.

c. Match pictures with pictures

d. Match pictures with words

e. Read words / phrases / sentencesf. Write words / phrases / sentences pictures of places in the school

flash cards

sentence cards

computer aids

charts

school plan

classroom plan

direction cards

Game:-

Simon says

Suggested grammar :-

prepositions

sequence connectors

questions and responses

Suggested vocabulary

school

classroom

field

toilet

hall

Game:

Blind mans trail

real objects

flash cards

sentence cards

pictures

computer aids

charts

Suggested grammar:

nouns

countable nouns

adjectives

comparatives and superlativesSuggested vocabulary

table

desk

chair

bag

pencil

book

basket

ruler

6. Things at home

Pupils should be

able to:

6.1 identify things

in the kitchen

6.2 identify things in

the living room

6.3 identify and recognise things in the bedroom

6.4 identify and recognise things in the bathroom

6.1.1 Things in the kitchen

6.1.2 Dangerous things in the

kitchen

6.2.1 Things in the living room

6.2.2 Dangerous things in the

living room

6.3.1 Things in the bedroom

6.3.2 Dangerous things in the

bedroom

6.4.1 Things in the bathroom

6.4.2 Dangerous things in the

bathroom

a. Name things in the kitchenb. Identify dangerous things

i. hot

ii. sharp

iii. electrical

c. Recognise and read words

d. Match pictures with pictures

e. Match pictures with words

f. Recognise phrases / sentences

g. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Name things in the living roomb. Identify dangerous things

i. sharp

ii. electrical

c. Recognise and read words

d. Match pictures with pictures

e. Match pictures with words

f. Recognise phrases / sentencesg. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Name things in the bedroomb. Identify dangerous things

i. sharp

ii. electricalc. Recognise and read words

d. Match pictures with pictures

e. Match pictures with words f. Recognise phrases / sentencesg. Write words/phrases / sentencesa. Name things in the bathroom

b. Identify dangerous things

i. hot

ii. sharp

iii. electrical

c. Recognise and read words

d. Match pictures with pictures

e. Match pictures with words

f. Recognise phrases / sentencesg. Write words / phrases / sentences

h. Categorize dangerous and non-

dangerous things

real objects

pictures

charts

flash cards

phrase cards

sentence cards

computer aids

Suggested vocabulary

cup, bowl

plate, spoon

knife, kettle

pot, forkSuggested grammarsofa

television

telephone

articles

countable and uncountable nounsprepositions

fan

lamp

bed

pillowblanket

bed sheet

pillow casebolstercupboardsoap

towel

toothbrush

shampoo

toothpasteshaversink

bathtub

mirror

7. Parts of the body

Pupils should be able

to :

7.1 identify parts of

the body

7.2 identify parts

of the head

7.3 identify parts of

limbs

7.1.1 Parts of the body

7.2.1 Parts of the head

7.3.1 Parts of the limbsa. Sing songs pertaining to the whole

body.

b. Identify and name parts of the

body.

c. Label body parts on charts

d. Recognise and read words

e. Match pictures with pictures

f. Match pictures with words

g. Recognise phrases / sentences

h. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Identify and name parts of the

head

b. Label parts of the head on charts

c. Recognise and read words

d. Match pictures with pictures

e. Match pictures with words

f. Recognise phrases / sentences.

g. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Identify and name parts of limbs

b. Label parts of limbs on charts

c. Recognise and read words

d. Match pictures with pictures

e. Match pictures with words

f. Recognise phrases / sentences

g. Write words / phrases / sentences

Song:

Head, shoulders, knees and toes,

knees and toes x2

Head, shoulders, knees and toes, eyes, ears, mouth and nosepictures

charts

puzzle

flash cards

phrase cards

sentence cards

computer aids

Suggested grammar

adjectives

articles

simple and compound sentences

pronouns

questions and answers

Suggested vocabulary

neck

shoulder

chest

stomach

hip

eyes

nose

hair

mouth

ears

teeth

tongue

fingers

arm

toes

knee

8. Clothing

Pupils should be able to:

8.1 identify

different kinds

of clothing

8.2 clothes at the

supermarket /

shop

8.3 buy clothes

8.1.1 Different kinds of

clothing

8.2.1 Different types of clothes

at supermarket/shop

8.2.2 Buy clothes with assistance from a sales assistant

8.3.1 Preferences of clothes

8.3.2 Price of clothes

8.3.3 Purchase and payment

a. Identify and name different types

of clothes

b . Recognise and read words

c. Match pictures with pictures

d. Match pictures with words

e. Recognise phrases / sentencesf. Write words / phrases / sentences

a. Identify and name different types

of clothes at the supermarket /

shop

b . State preference of clothes

c. Simulation drill a. Practice buying clothesb. Visit the supermarket / shop

c. Choose clothes one likes

d. Inquire price of clothes

e. Make payment for clothes bought

boys clothes

girls clothes

pictures

dolls

puzzles

flashcards

phrases cards

sentences cards

Suggested grammar

adjectives

collective nouns

comparatives

articlesquestions

response

request

Suggested vocabulary

shirt, skirt,

blouse, dress,

t-shirt, tie, socks,

long sleeves,

short sleeves,

collar, button,

pocket

size

large

medium

small

free size

9. Food

Pupils should be able

to:

9.1 identify different

types of food

9.2 state kinds of

food one likes

or dislikes9.3 order food and

drinks

9.1.1 Edible and non-edible

things

9.1.2 Different types of food

9.2.1 What one likes to eat /

drink

9.2.2 What one dislikes to

eat / drink

9.3.1 Preference of food and

drinks

9.3.2 Price of food / drinks

9.3.3 Order for food / drinks

and paymenta. Visit the canteen

b. Identify and name different

types of foodc. Collect pictures to make

scrapbook

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases/sentences

e. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Choose what one likesb. Choose what one dislikesc. Differentiate what one likes /

dislikes

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentencese. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Visit the canteen / restaurant

b. Read menu and choose food one

likes to eat

c. Inquire price of food

eg. How much is a bowl of

noodles?

d. Make payment for food bought

real food

pictures

rubber stamps

(various kinds of food)

puzzles

flash cards

phrases cards

sentences cards

Suggested grammar

collective nouns

questionswords / responses

Suggested vocabulary

bread

rice

noodles

chicken

fish

soup

10. Fruits / Vegetables

Pupils should be able

to:

10.1 identify

different types

of fruits /

vegetables

10.2 buy fruits and

vegetables

from market /

supermarket

10.1.1 Different types of

fruits / vegetables

10.2.1 Preferences of fruits / vegetables

10.2.2 Price of fruits and

vegetables

10.2.3 Purchase and

payment

a. Identify and name different types

of fruits / vegetablesb. Recognise and read words

c. Recognise phrases / sentences

d. Play language games

e. Visit the market

a. Visit the market / shop

b. Choose fruits and vegetables

one likes

c. Inquire price of fruits

d. Make payment for fruits and

vegetables bought

real fruits and vegetables

toys

pictures

rubber stamps (fruits and vegetables)

puzzles

flashcards

phrases cards

sentences cards

Suggested grammar

Adjectives

countable and uncountable nouns

collective nouns

request

questions and answers

Suggested vocabulary

durian, banana

watermelon,

papaya, carrot

lettuce, cucumber,

chilli, brinjals

11. Plants

Pupils should be able

to:

11.1 identify

flowers

11.2 identify trees

11.1.1 Different kinds of

flowers

11.2.1 Different kinds of treesa. Take a walk in the garden

b. Identify and name different

flowers and trees

c. Collect pictures of trees to make

scrapbook

d. Recognise and read words

e. Recognise phrases / sentences

f. Play language gamesreal flowers

pictures

charts

flash cards

phrase cards

sentence cards

Suggested grammar

adjectives

conjunctions

compound

sentences

Suggested

vocabulary

hibiscus

rose

sunflower

coconut tree

papaya tree

12. Transportation

Pupils should be

able to:

12.1 identify the

different

modes of

transportation

12.2 use public

transportation

12.3 interpret various

road signs and

traffic rules.

13. Numbers

Pupils should be able

to:

13.1 name and

differentiate

numerals

13.2 know

monetary

value

13.3 use specific

numerical

values with

the correct

unit of

measurement

13.4 understand

and manage

monetary

transactions

14. Calendar

Pupils should be

able to:

14.1 name the days in a week 14.2 name the

months of the

year

14.3 identify dates

indicated in

the calendar

12.1.1 Different modes

of transportation

12.2.1 Types of public

transportation

12.2.2 Fare

12.2.3 Schedule

12.3.1 Importance of road

signs and traffic rules.

12.3.2 Road signs and

indicators.

12.3.3 Traffic rules

13.1.1 Ordinal numbers

13.1.2 Cardinal numbers

13.2.1 Money denominations

13.3.1 Unit of measurements

13.3.2 Volume

13.3.3 Weight

13.3.4 Height

13.3.5 Distance

13.4.1 Salary

13.4.2 EPF / SOCSO

13.4.3 Banking

14.1.1 Days in a week

14.1.2 Daily routines

14.2.1 Months of the year

14.2.2 Special occasions /

months

14.3.1 Calendar (day to day)14.3.2 Special dates

- 25 December - 31 August

a. Identify and name different

types of transportationb. Group different types of

transportation:i. air

ii. land

iii. water

c. Collect pictures to make a

scrapbook

d. Make simple models of

transportation

e. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentencesf. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Visit the

i. bus station

ii. taxi station

iii. railway / LRT station

iv. airports

v. jetty

b. use public transport

a. Identify and name different kinds

of road signs and traffic rules

b. Pupils draw road signs

c. Play traffic rules games

d. Teacher organizes outdoor

activities

a. Pupils count by rote memoryb. Recite poems pertaining to

numbers

eg. One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a fish alive

c. Identify and name numbers

d. Identify value of numbers

e. Differentiate numbers

f. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentencesg. Write words / phrases /

sentencesa. Recognise and denote monetary

amount

b. State the different money

denominations

c. Draw and trace the different

money

denominations

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences.

e. Write words / phrases / sentencesa. Measure object and state values in

the correct unit of measurement

a. Explain and illustrate simple

budget

i. daily

ii. weekly

iii. monthly

b. Start a saving accounts

c. Visit the bank

a. Name days of the week in

sequence

b. Sing songs pertaining to days of

the week

c. Differentiate and name days of the

week

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

e. Write words, phrases and

sentences

a. Identify / name months of the year

b. Differentiate months of the year

c. Make simple calendar

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases and sentences

e. Write words, phrases and

sentences

a. Find and state special occasions

i. Hari Raya

ii. Merdeka Day

iii. Christmas

iv. birthdayspictures

models

toys

puzzles

flashcards

computer aids

phrases cards

sentences cards

bus schedule

tickets

Suggested grammar

singular and plural

nounsprepositions

adjectives

comparatives

Suggested vocabulary

car

bicycle

bus

lorry

train

ship

boat

aeroplane

no entry

danger

pedestrian crossing

beads

blocks

charts

numbers

puzzles

counting frame

rubber stamps (numbers)

number cards

word cards

phrases cards

sentences cards

Suggested grammar

request

adjectives

comparatives

questions and answers

Suggested vocabulary

1 1-10 (one, two, ..)

1 11-19 (eleven...)

20 99 (twenty,)

1 100 (one hundred.)

t many few

more

less

ringgit

sen

salary

how much .

Songs:(tune: Clementine)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,

Saturday, Sundaycalendar

charts

flashcards

computer graphic

phrases cards

sentences cards

Suggested grammar

verbs, tensesprepositionsSuggested vocabulary

days of the week

months of the year

15. Time

Pupils should be able

to:

15.1 Tell time

15. 2 Tell time with

regards to

time

specific

situations

15.3 Read time-

table

15.1.1 Time

15.1.2 Minutes

15.1.3 Hour

15.1.4 Duration

15.2.1 Time associated with

time specific situations

15.3.1 Class time-table

15.3.2 Personal time-table

15.3.3 Schedule

a. Name numbers on the clock

b. Identify and read time on the clock

c. Show time on the clock

i. hour

ii. minutes

a. Associate time with

i. recess

ii. dismissal time

iii. school hours

iv. office hours

v. lunch break

vi. meetings

vii. appointments

a. Identify and state activities shown

on class time-tableb. Plan personal activities based on time-table

c. Record schedules

i. daily

ii. weekly

iii. monthly

eg. Monday Assembly

Tuesday Physical

Educationclock

pictures

watch

flash cards

time tables

schedules

phrase cards

sentences cards

computers

tour itineraries

Suggested grammar

articles

prepositions

tense

sequence

connectors

Suggested vocabulary

morning

evening

night

a.m / p.mmidnight

fortnight

16. Colours

Pupils should be able

to:

16.1 recognise

different

colours

16.2 associate

colours of

objects16.1.1 Different colours

16.2.1 Primary and secondary

colours

16.2.2 Objects with natural

colours

16.2.3 Colourful objects

16.2.4 Traffic lights

a. Identify and differentiate colours

b. Play colours games

c. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

d. Write words, phrases and

sentences

a. Differentiate and name primary

and secondary colours

b. Identify objects with natural

colours

c. Colour pictures

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

e. Write words, phrases and

sentences

f. Identify colours of the traffic lights

eg. red, yellow and greenreal objects

chart

colours

board games

model traffic lights

pictures

computer

flashcards

phrases cards

sentence cards

Suggested grammar

adjectives

nouns

questions and answers

Suggested vocabulary

colours

black hair

red hibiscus

yellow banana

green leaf

17. Shapes

Pupils should be able

to:

17.1 identify

shapes

17.1.1 Different shapes of objects

a. Identify and differentiate shapes of objects

b. Associate shapes with objectc. Trace and draw shapes from stencils

d. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

e. Write words, phrases and

sentences

shape blocks

shape cards

charts

real objects

pictures

computer

flashcards

phrases cards

sentence cards

Suggested grammar

adjectives

adverbs

subject-verb agreement

comparative

Suggested vocabulary

circle

round

triangle

rectangle

square

18. Animals

Pupils should be able

to :

18.1 identify

domestic

animals

18.2 identify wild

animals

18.3 assist and work in

pet shops

18.1.1 Different kinds of

animals

18.1.2 Domestic animals

18.1.3 Habitat

18.1.4 Pets

18.2.1 Wild animals

18.2.2 Habitat

18.3.1 Feeding animals

18.3.2 Caring of animals

18.3.3 Grooming of animalsa. Identify and name animals

b. Name domestic animals

c. Associate animals to their habitats

eg. birds - nest

d. Describe pet one has

e. Collect pictures to make

scrapbook

f. Tell animal stories using puppets /

books / tapes

g. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

h. Write words, phrases and

sentences

i. Visit a pet shop

a. Identify and name wild animals

b. Associate wild animals to their

habitats

c. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

d. Write words, phrases and

sentences

e. A visit to the Zoo

f. Tell animal stories using puppets /

books / tapes

a. Describe animal food

b. Describe how to care and handle

animals

c. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

d. Write words, phrases and

sentencesanimal puppets

soft toys

pictures

charts

computer graphics

flashcards

phrase cards

sentences cards

Suggested grammar

adjectives

adverbs

collective nouns

Suggested vocabulary

names of

animalstiger

lion

elephant

giraffe

fox

whiskas

fish

19. Insects

Pupils should be

able to :

1.1 identify

common

insects

19.1.1 Common insects

19.1.2 Harmful insects

19.1.3 Harmless insectsa. Identify and name insects

b. Collect pictures and make

scrapbook

c. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

d. Write words, phrases and

sentences

e. Visit butterfly farm

f. Outdoor activities hunt for

insectspicture books

model of insects

pictures, cards,

flashcards

Suggested

grammar

adjectives

comparatives

collective nouns

singular and plural nounsSuggested

Vocabulary

names of insects

20. Occupations

Pupils should be able

to :

20.1 identify types

of occupations

20.2. identify places

of work

20.1.1 Types of occupations in

their surroundings

20.1.2 Indicate ones ambition

20.2.1 Different places of work20.2.2 Nature of services20.2.3 Types of business and

services offered

a. Identify and name different types

of occupation

b. Collect pictures and make charts

c. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

d. Write words, phrases and

sentences

e. Indicate ones ambition

f. Pretend play

a. Identify and name different places

of worka. Associate places of work with

i. occupation ii. attire

iii. toolsa. Associate types of services and

businesses with:

i. occupation

ii. places of work

iii. attire

iv. tools

b. Collect pictures and make charts

c. Recognise and read words /

phrases / sentences

d. Write words, phrases and

sentences

e. Visit the places of workPictures

charts

uniforms

computer puzzle

Suggested

grammar

verbs

adverbs

conditional if

gender

tense

Suggested vocabulary

police

police station

fireman

fire station

hawker

stall

doctor

hospital

farmer

farm etc

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