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1 M Senior Phase Today Planning Pack ENGLISH Contents: Work Schedule: Page 2 Lesson Plans: 3 Rubrics: Rubric 1 11 Rubric 2 12 Rubric

2 Work schedule for Term Week LO and AS Chapter Assessment Resources : I bring with me life In and LO 1: Listening LO 1: Listening LO 1: Listening LO 1: Listening LO 1: Listening : Meanings and messages 3: Signs and symbols 4: Rainbows and rivers 5: Boots, bats, balls and bounces 6: Breaking the silence 7: Spreading the news In and In and In and Test In and In and In and 8. A short story In and Test Photo of each learner Taped interview Note: You need to complete 2 tasks per term for English First Additional Language for the Senior Phase. This work schedule shows all the opportunities for. 2

3 Unit 1: I bring with me life Duration: 16 hours Weeks: 1 4 LO 6: Language Interacts in additional language Demonstrates critical awareness of own language Uses language to include people, and not to exclude people Reads a text: notices how the text is constructed Understands in a simple way some elements of poetry Reads for information Reads for pleasure Shows some understanding of how reference books work Writes for personal reflection Writes creatively Designs media texts Revises the grammar learned in the earlier grades Extends of questions Extends of adjectives Uses some language to talk about language Expands vocabulary Arts and Culture Descriptions of self Role-play Read play and songs for information Complete sentences Types of sentences Types of nouns Lesson 1: LB p2 Lesson 2: LB p5 Lesson 3: LB p10 Lesson 4: LB p11 Activity 1: Write about yourself TG p2 Activity 2: Describe yourself TG p3 Activity 3: Reading labels TG p4 Activity 4: Write labels for your photograph TG p5 Activity 5: Your likes and dislikes TG p6 Activity 6: Words from different languages TG p8 Activity 7: Read an extract from a play TG p9 Activity 8: How much did you understand? TG p10 Activity 9: Your responses TG p11 Assessment LB p13 Assessment activity TG p13 Type of : Formal for Lesson 3, 4 and 5 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 3; rubric (TG p10) for Lesson 4; memo (TG p13) for Lesson 5 Do extra reading practise Photo of each learner Make a photo album and write sentences as captions Interview family members Reading for fun (a fable) 3

4 Unit 2: Meaning and messages Duration: 16 hours Weeks: 5 8 LO 1: Listening Understands oral texts Listens actively in a discussion Interacts in additional language Begins to debate social and ethical issues Reads a text: identifies purpose, audience and context; identifies main points; demonstrates an understanding of character, plot and setting Understands in a simple way some elements of poetry Analyses advertisements and pamphlets Reads social texts Reads for pleasure Shows some understanding of how reference books work Economic and Management Sciences Natural Sciences Designs media texts LO 5: Thinking and Uses language for thinking LO 6: Language Extends of adverbs Communication Advertisements Adverbs and verbs Summary Role-play CD cover design Lesson 1: LB p16 Lesson 2: LB p21 Lesson 3: LB p23 Lesson 4: LB p25 Activity 1: Advertisements TG p16 Activity 2: Complete a table TG p17 Activity 3: Playing a mime game TG p18 Activity 4: Find the messages TG p18 Activity 5: How many messages did you receive? TG p18 Activity 6: Design a CD cover TG p19 Activity 7: A poem about talk TG p20 Activity 8: Identify adverbs; play broken telephone TG p22 Activity 9: Talking and sending messages TG p22 Activity 10: Languages that we speak TG p23 Assessment LB p27 Assessment activity TG p26 Type of : Formal for Lessons 3, 4, 5 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 4; rubric 2 for Lesson 3; rubric (TG p26) for Lesson 5 Finding verbs in written text Write a letter Use alliteration Illustrate a conversation Reading for fun (a short story) 4

5 Unit 3: Signs and symbols Duration: 16 hours Weeks: 9 12 LO 1: Listening LO 5: Thinking and LO 6: Language Understands and appreciates stories Understands oral texts Interacts in additional language Reads a text Reads for information Reads for pleasure Writes for personal reflection: writes a diary Uses developing knowledge of language Uses language for thinking Revises the grammar learned in the earlier grades Extends of adverbs Expands vocabulary Arts and Culture, 4 Social Sciences (History) LO1 Communication Gestures Body language Diary entries Verbs and adverbs Pronouns Lesson 1: LB p32 Lesson 2: LB p33 Lesson 3: LB p38 Lesson 4: LB p41 Activity 1: Interpret pictures and gestures TG p28 Activity 2: Role-play using gestures TG p30 Activity 3: Practise reading gestures TG p30 Activity 4: Respond to gestures in writing TG p32 Activity 5: Interpret signs TG p34 Activity 6: Tell a story using gestures TG p35 Activity 7: Write a summary TG p36 Activity 8: Identify adverbs TG p37 Activity 9: Read and talk TG p38 Assessment LB p45 Assessment activity TG p40 Type of : Formal for Lessons 2, 4, 5 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric (TG p30) for Lesson 2; rubric 2 for Lesson 4; memo (TG p40) for Lesson 5 Identifying adverbs in text Learn sign language Play charades Reading for fun (a myth) 5

6 Unit 4: Rainbows and rivers Duration: 16 hours Weeks: LO 1: Listening LO 5: Thinking and Understands oral texts Listens for specific information Translates Interacts in additional language Begins to debate social and ethical issues Reads a text Analyses photographs Reads for pleasure Writes to communicate information Writes for social purposes Writes for personal reflection Writes creatively Treats writing as a process Uses language and literacy across the curriculum Uses language for thinking Collects and records information in different ways Social Sciences (History) LO1, 2 LO2 LO 6: Language Extends of prepositions Prejudice Interviews Historical accounts Dialogue Personal letter Story Biography Prepositions Lesson 1: LB p47 Lesson 2: LB p54 Lesson 3: LB p57 Lesson 4: LB p59 Activity 1: Discus empathy TG p43 Activity 2, Activity 3: Write and talk about prejudice TG p44 Activity 4: Write a dialogue TG p48 Activity 5: Listen and read an interview TG p49 Activity 6: Research and write about a minority group TG p50 Activity 7: Read an interview TG p51 Activity 8: Listen and write about family history TG p52 Activity 9: Read and write a story TG p53 Activity 10: Write showing empathy TG p54 Activity 11: Write using prepositions TG p55 Assessment LB p62 Assessment activity TG p57 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1, 2, 3 and 5 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 2; rubric 2 for Lesson 3; memo (TG p 57) for Lesson 5 Tape recording of an interview Repeat the interview activity in smaller sections Discuss issues around prejudice Reading for fun (a diary) 6

7 Unit 5: Boots, bats, balls and bounce Duration: 16 hours Weeks: LO 1: Listening LO 5: Thinking and LO 6: Language Understands oral texts Listens actively in a discussion Interacts in additional language Begins to debate social and ethical issues Reads a text Reads for information Analyses advertisements and pamphlets Uses reading strategies Shows some understanding of how reference books work Writes to communicate information Designs media text Uses language and literacy across the curriculum Uses language for thinking Collects and records information in different ways Revises the grammar learned in the earlier grades Understands and s modals Uses some language to talk about language Expands vocabulary Mathematics LO5 Arts and Culture Social Sciences (History) Sports Information text Surveys Graphs Reports Advertising Modal verbs Lesson 1: LB p64 Lesson 2: LB p67 Lesson 3: LB p72 Lesson 4: LB p75 Activity 1: Make a bar graph TG p61 Activity 2: Discuss sport TG p62 Activity 3: Write a report TG p63 Activity 4: Design an advertisement TG p65 Activity 5: Brainstorm an exhibition TG p66 Activity 6: Write a praise poem TG p68 Activity 7, Activity 8: Investigate and summarise how rubber is made TG p71 Activity 9, Activity 10: Read and scan text TG p73 Activity 11: Compare different perspectives TG p74 Activity 12: Look at different languages TG p75 Assessment LB p77 Assessment activity TG p76 Type of : Formal for Lessons 3, 4 and 5 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 3; rubric (TG p74) for Lesson 4; memo (TG p76) for Lesson 5 Provide different statistics Explain processes orally Do a survey Write a news article 7

8 Unit 6: Breaking the silence Duration: 16 hours Weeks: LO 1: Listening LO 5: Thinking and LO 6: Language Listens actively in a discussion Interacts in additional language Begins to debate social and ethical issues Demonstrates critical awareness of own language Reads a text Understands in a simple way some elements of poetry Reads for pleasure Reads for information Writes to communicate information Writes for social purposes Uses language and literacy across the curriculum Uses language for thinking Collects and records information in different ways Understands and s modals to express possibility, probability and necessity Understands and s modals to express obligation and necessity Expands vocabulary Arts and Culture LO 1 LO2, 3 Rights, values and beliefs Poetry rhyme Pamphlets Meanings Lesson 1: LB p80 Lesson 2: LB p85 Lesson 3: LB p87 Lesson 4: LB p91 Activity 1: Facing the world TG p80 Activity 2: Discussing rights TG p80 Activity 3: Using the same words in different ways TG p81 Activity 4: Making a children s rights poster TG p82 Activity 5: Analyse patterns in a poem TG p83 Activity 6: Playing with rhyme TG p84 Activity 7: Think about who you talk to TG p85 Activity 8: Understanding a story TG p86 Activity 9: Talk about the story TG p86 Activity 10: A response to a story TG p87 Activity 11: Being a good listener TG p87 Activity 12: Your own protection plan TG p88 Assessment LB p93 Assessment activity TG p90 Type of : Formal for Lessons 2, 3, 4, 5 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 2; rubric 1 for Lesson 3; rubric 2 for Lesson 4; memo (TG p 90) for Lesson 5 Implementation of reading strategies Reading for fun (a poem) Language spot: conditional tense 8

9 Unit 7: Spreading the news Duration: 16 hours Weeks: Interacts in additional language Reads a text (fiction or non-fiction Analyses advertisements and pamphlets Reads for pleasure Writes to communicate information Writes for social purposes Writes creatively Designs media texts Treats writing as a process LO 5: Thinking and Collects and records information in different ways LO 6: Language Revises the grammar learned in the earlier grades Different kinds of texts Editing Newsletters Advertising and print media Lesson 1: LB p94 Lesson 2: LB p96 Lesson 3: LB p101 Lesson 4: LB p103 Activity 1: Look at different kinds of texts TG p92 Activity 2: Read and write about photographs and poems, interviews and short stories and comics, letters and posters TG p93 Activity 3: Plan a newsletter TG p97 Activity 4: Write a rough layout TG p98 Activity 5: Write text for a newsletter TG p99 Activity 6: Editing each other s texts TG p100 Activity 7: Revising your text TG p100 Activity 8: What about advertising? TG p100 Activity 9: Design and layout a newsletter TG p101 Activity 10: Assess newsletters TG p101 Assessment LB p106 Assessment activity TG p102 Type of : Formal for Lessons 2, 4, 5 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 2, Rubric 2 for lesson 4; memo (TG p102) for Lesson 5 How to brainstorm ideas Reading for fun (a book review page) 9

10 Unit 8: A short story Duration: 16 hours Weeks: Translates Begins to debate social and ethical issues Reads a text Uses reading strategies Designs media texts LO 5: Thinking and Uses language and literacy across the curriculum Uses language for thinking Reading strategies Meanings of words Character, plot and setting Produce a newspaper article Lesson 1: LB p108 Lesson 2: LB p115 Lesson 3: Assessment LB p115 Activity 1: Read a short story and respond to the text TG p105 Activity 2: Discuss crime and punishment TG p106 Assessment activity TG p107 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1, 2 and 3 In : all other activities can be d for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 1; rubric 1 for Lesson 2; memo (TG p107) for Lesson 3 How to read a short story Debating a story read in a group Wordlist: finding words that are often confd 10

11 RUBRIC 1: Presentation of dialogue/conversation/interview/ debate/argument/ discussion/role-play Activity: Name: Date: Grade: Level 7 Excellent far exceeding expected Level 6 A very good where all have been met at a very high standard Level 5 A good meeting most of the Level 4 A fair meeting an adequate portion of the Level 3 A moderate partially satisfying the Level 2 An elementary marginally satisfying the Level 1 Unsatisfactory. Requirements not met Present with understanding key concepts and ideas Express own ideas and points of view; structure an argument, interview etc. Present accurate information Listen to and evaluate ideas of others Effective of body language Use correct vocabulary and terminology Speak clearly and audibly 11

12 RUBRIC 2: Written work (description; summary; poster etc.) Activity: Date: Language and structure Creativity Level 7 Excellent far exceeding expected Level 6 A very good where all have been met at a very high standard Name: Grade: Level 5 A good meeting most of the Level 4 A fair meeting an adequate portion of the Level 3 A moderate partially satisfying the Excellent Good Fair Average Poor Weak Highly original and creative Quite creative Fairly creative Shows some creativity and originality Mediocre and uninspired Level 2 An elementary marginally satisfying the Lacks originality; predictable Level 1 Unsatisfactory. Requirements not met Completely unsatisfactory. Completely unoriginal. Activity misunderstood or incomplete Appearance Exceptionally eye catching; outstandingly creative Eye- catching; creative Attractive; fairly creative Merely presentable; little creativity Visually unappealing Slapdash presentation Information Depth of understanding Expresses excellent evidence of topic; factually accurate Shows maturity and great insight Good clear evidence of topic; factually correct knowledge Shows some maturity and insight Some reasonable ideas and evidence of topic; mostly correct knowledge Shows partial maturity and insight Some evidence of topic; merely adequate presentation of knowledge Shows little maturity and insight No clear ideas; little factual knowledge presented No evidence of insight or maturity No clear ideas expressed; inaccurate knowledge No insight or evidence of care or thoughtfulness Appropriate for target audience Only fairly appropriate for target audience Inappropriate for target audience Audience 12

13 RUBRIC 3: Group or team participation Activity: Date: Name: Grade: Level 7 Excellent far exceeding expected Level 6 A very good where all have been met at a very high standard Level 5 A good meeting most of the Level 4 A fair meeting an adequate portion of the Level 3 A moderate partially satisfying the Level 2 An elementary marginally satisfying the Level 1 Unsatisfactory. Requirements not met Follow instructions Work in a group / as a team member Support others Engage fully in the activity Evaluate own participation Share responsibilities, delegate as a leader 13

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