Instituto Salesiano (Primary)

2017~2018

P5 English Curriculum Plan

English Teachers:

P5A

P5B

P5C

P5D

Miss Wong

Miss Wong

Miss Chan

Miss O

 

Reading Teachers:

P5A

P5B

P5C

P5D

Miss Si

Miss Si

Miss Si

Miss Si

 

A) Subject Objectives

1.     Interpersonal Strand

1.1 to establish and maintain relationships and routines in school and other familiar situations

1.2 to converse about feelings, interests, preferences, ideas, experiences and plans

1.3 to participate with others in making choices and decisions for carrying out events

1.4 to obtain and provide objects, services and information in classroom situations and through activities such as interactive games and simple open-ended role-play

 

2.    Knowledge Strand

2.1 to provide or find out, organize and present information on familiar topics

2.2 to interpret and use given information through processes or activities such as matching, sequencing, describing, classifying, comparing, explaining, predicting, drawing conclusions; and to follow instructions

2.4 to identify ideas in simple spoken and written texts, form opinions and express them

 

3.    Experience Strand

3.1 to develop an awareness of the basic sound patterns of English and an enjoyment of imaginative texts through activities such as reciting poems and rhymes, singing songs and presenting short simple plays

3.2 to respond to characters and events in imaginative and other narrative texts through oral, written and performative means

3.3 to give expression to one’s experience through activities such as providing simple oral and written accounts of events and one’s reactions to them

 

A)  Textbooks:

1.     General English

Lighthouse 9 & 10

Lighthouse Workbook 9 & 10

Lightup Grammar 9 & 10

Lightup Listening 9 & 10

 

2.    Reading

The Wind in the Willows

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Wall-E

Reading Comprehension Book

 

B)  Numbers of Periods:

General English

 

1st term

2nd term

Total

P5A

99

108

207

P5B

99

108

207

P5C

99

110

209

P5D

104

111

214

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

 

1st term

2nd term

Total

P5A

14

19

31

P5B

14

19

31

P5C

14

19

31

P5D

14

19

31

 

C)  Course Schedule:

1.  General English and Reading

 

First Term

Week

Module/Unit

Topic

No. of Periods

Objectives

Tests/

Dictation

1-5

Food and drink

Chapter 1 (BK 9)

International cuisine

 

21

1. Learn the names of some countries and their famous dishes

2. Learning some cooking verbs

3. Identify styles of food

4. Use expressions to ask and talk about preferences.

5. Use ‘need’ to ask and talk about things we need.

6. Use ‘need to’ to ask and talk about things we need to do

7. Use ‘enough’ and ‘plenty of’ to talk about quantities

Moral input

-Enjoy making food

-Appreciate food from different countries

Week 5

Dict. 1 (Ch. 1)

 

Week 7

Test 1 (Ch.1)

6-10

Food and drink

Chapter 2 (Bk 9) A restaurant of the future

 

 

26

1. Learn words related to a restaurant

2. Learn some items on a menu

3. Use expressions to take order and order food

4. Use ‘Which ... prefer?’ to find out preference

5. Use ‘prefer ... to ...’ to ask about and express preferences

6. Use ‘other’ to show a different type of things or people

7. Use ‘another’ to show the same type of things or people

Moral input

1.     Have food preference

2.    Order the right amount of food

Week 9

Dict 2

(Ch. 2)

 

Week 11

Test 2

(Ch.2)

10-14

Happy days

Chapter 3 (BK 9)

Let’s have a party

24

1. Learn some party items

2. Learn how to do a party preparation

3. Use expressions to ask for help and respond to people’s requests

4. Use ‘whose’ to find out the owners of items

5. Use indefinite pronouns to talk about unknown people and things

Moral input

1. Enjoy being with friends

Week 13

Dict 3

(Ch. 3)

 

Week 16

Test 3

(Ch.3)

15-20

Happy days

 

 

Chapter 4 (BK 9) Modern Detective

21

1.       Identify the detective work and words related to crime scenes

2.      Use expressions to request for, accept and reject an interview

3.      Use adjectives to compare things

4.      Use reported speech in the past tense to report what someone says

5.      Use ‘-ed’ and ‘ing’ adjectives to describe feelings

6.      Identify some features of accounts

Moral input

1.       Cooperate with the police

2.      Be a good citizen

 

21

Revision

 

22

Exam Week

 

23-27

Happy days

Chapter 5 (BK 9) Once upon a time

21

1.       Identify the words related to fairy tales

2.      Use formulaic expressions to show amazement

3.      Use ‘which’ and ‘which of’ to find out about a specific person or an object

4.      Use ‘both’ and ‘ both of’ to refer to two people or objects

5.      Use adverbs of manner to describe how one does something or how something happens

6.      Identify British English and American English

7.      Recognize some features of play scripts

Moral input

1.       Care for people or animals in need

Week 27

Dict 1

(Ch. 5)

 

Week 28

Test 1

(Ch.5)

28-31

Happy days

Chapter 1 (BK 10)

Island adventures

21

1.     Use adjectives to describe different animals and things

2.    Use adjectives to comment on the quality of things

3.    Use ‘Have/Has…ever…?’ to ask if a person has done something at any time

4.    Use the present perfect tense to talk about past events that are related to the present

5.    Use imperatives ‘or...will…’ to give warnings

Moral input

Protect our underwater world.

Week 30

Dict 2

(Ch. 1)

 

Week 33

Test 2

(Ch.1)

32-35

Happy days

Chapter 2 (BK 10)

Music around us

 

21

1.       Use riddle to learn musical instruments

2.      Use ‘Would you like…?’ to invite people to activities/events politely

3.      Use some formulaic expressions to accept or decline invitations politely

4.      Use present perfect tense to talk about actions that have just happened

5.      Use ‘yet’, ’already’ and ‘just’ with the present perfect tense

6.      Use present perfect tense to talk about actions that started in the past and continue up to now

7.      Use present perfect tense and simple past tense in one sentence

Moral input

Enjoy and appreciate different kinds of music

Week 35

Dict 3

(Ch. 2)

 

Week 38

Test 3

(Ch.2)

36-39

Happy days

Chapter 3 (BK 10)

An amazing holiday

20

1.  Use some expressions to wish someone a good journey

2.  Use ‘why don’t we’, ‘shall we’, ‘let’s’, ‘what about’ and ‘how about’ to make suggestions politely

3.  Use ‘so many’ and ‘so much’ to talk about large quantities

4.  Use ‘so few’ and ‘so little’ to talk about small quantities

 

Moral input

 

 

40-42

The magic of nature

Chapter 4

(BK 10)

Write a blog entry about an accident

18

1.  Identify some natural disasters

2.  Use adjectives to describe natural disasters

3.  Use some expressions to calm people down

4.  Form adjectives by adding suffixes to nouns and verbs

5.  Use ‘so’ to show the result of an action

 

Moral input

 

 

43

Revision

 

44

Exam Week

 

 

(D) Reading

Week

Topic

No. of Periods

Objectives

Assessment

2-8

The Wind in the Willows

5

1. Read to activate and reinforce other skills (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and writing).

2. Read to become a better reader.

3. Read to develop critical thinking skills.

4. Read for enjoyment.

Open Book Test

9-14

Reading Comprehension

6

1. To be able to identify different text types and their purposes.

2. Apply skills or information learned.

Reading Comprehension Test

Reading Comprehension Quiz

15-24

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

5

1. Read to activate and reinforce other skills (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and writing).

2. Read to become a better reader.

3. Read to develop critical thinking skills.

4. Read for enjoyment.

Open Book Test

26-32

Reading Comprehension

6

1. To be able to identify different text types and their purposes.

2. Apply skills or information learned.

Reading Comprehension Test

 

33-37

Wall-E

5

1. Read to activate and reinforce other skills (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and writing).

2. Read to become a better reader.

3. Read to develop critical thinking skills.

4. Read for enjoyment.

Open Book Test

38-43

Reading Comprehension

6

1. To be able to identify different text types and their purposes.

2. Apply skills or information learned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(E) Assessment:

General assessment for the whole year:

1st Term        Daily marks 20% + Exam marks 25% = 45%

2nd Term       Daily marks 25% + Exam marks 30% = 55%

Total:           1st Term 45% + 2nd Term 55% = 100%

General English

Reading

Dictation

Oral

3 tests              80%

3 writings           10%

1 project             5%

Participation          5%

 

1st term

1 Open book test        60%

1 Comprehension test   30%

1 Comprehension quiz   10%

2nd term

2 Open book tests(35%x2) 70%

1 Comprehension test      30%

 

 

Vocabulary      30%

Seen Passage    55%

Unseen Passage  15%

 

Oral test                   60%

Listening tests              30%

Participation                10%

 

Listening Exam             30%

Oral Exam                 70%

 

* "Course progress and test arrangements will be adjusted reasonably according to the actual teaching process."