6 English Annualplan Rima

JUNE

The Cranky Macaw

  • Comprehension – locating information, analysing, evaluating and inferring
  • Vocabulary – synonyms
  • Grammar – present perfect tense
  • Listening – listening to a talk for a specific information
  • Speaking – group discussion, performing for an audience
  • Writing – recording information for a conversation

Trees – poem

  • Comprehension – locating information
  • Sounds and pronunciation/Appreciation – limericks, composing limericks
  • Writing – activity on choice making and social responsibilty

JULY

A Wise Lesson

  • Comprehension – locating information and analysing it
  • Vocabulary – people and profession
  • Grammar - future tense
  • Listening – listening to an interview for specific information
  • Speaking – talking about future plans
  • Writing – writing a note describing directions to a place

The Story of River Ganga

  • Comprehension – locating information
  • Vocabulary – words for character traits, idioms
  • Grammar – expression for number and quantity (determiners, articles)
  • Listening- listening to some sentences for information
  • Speaking – group discussion on water pollution
  • Writing – making a cause and effect chart

AUGUST

The Old Gumbie cat – poem

  • Comprehension – locating and analysing information, verifying, evaluating
  • Sounds and Pronunciations/Appreciation – rhyming words, writing a poem with rhyming words
  • Writing – pair activity, completing a poem.

What the birds said

  • Comprehension –locating and analysing information, inferring.
  • Vocabulary – phrasal verbs
  • Grammar – participial adjectives
  • Listening – listening to a telephonic conversation for specific words
  • Speaking – role play
  • Writing – writing dialogues

SEPTEMBER

The Raven and the fox – poem

  • Comprehension – verifying and analysing information, locating information, inferring evaluating.
  • Sounds and pronunciation/Appreciation – three sounds of the digraph ‘ch’
  • Writing – retelling a fable, research activity

Candy Jane and Professor Boogle

  • Comprehension – locating information, extrapolating information.
  • Vocabulary – synonyms and antonyms
  • Grammar – articles
  • Listening – listening to a story for specific information
  • Speaking – conducting a class room survey
  • Writing – summarizing a pasage

OCTOBER

Self- Contained – poem

  • Comprehension – locating information, analysing verse, evaluating
  • Sounds and Pronunciation/ Analysing – the two sounds of the letter /i/
  • Writing – writing a paragraph

The Red Room

  • Comprehension - inferring, locating and analysing information
  • Vocabulary – homophones
  • Grammar – active and passive voice
  • Listening – listening to a story for specific words.
  • Speaking – debate
  • Writing – writing a diary entry

NOVEMBER

Life – poem

  • Comprehension – locating information, analysing verse
  • Sounds and pronunciations/Appreciation – marking the rhyme scheme
  • Writing – tongue twisters

Save the Children

  • Comprehension – locating information, inferring, evaluating
  • Vocabulary – prefixes
  • Grammar – modals: may, might, would, should
  • Listening – listening to a conversation for specific information
  • Speaking – pair discussion.
  • Writing – making posters

DECEMBER

The Circus – poem

  • Comprehension – verifying, locating information
  • Sounds and pronunciation/Appreciation – rhyming words
  • Writing – rhyme games

The Necklace

  • Comprehension – locating information, inferring, evaluating
  • Vocabulary – words easily confused
  • Grammar – modals: can and could
  • Listening – listening to a story to sequence its parts
  • Speaking – group discussion
  • Writing- writing dialogues

JANUARY

Sheem, the Wolf – Boy

  • Comprehension – locating information, evaluating, inferring.
  • Vocabulary – suffixes –able, -ible, -al, -er, -ery/ - ry, -ity, -ness.
  • Grammar – comparative adjectives
  • Listening – listening to an announcement for specific information.
  • Speaking – debate,
  • Writing - conducting an survey and writing a brief

Come out with Me –poem

  • Comprehension – locating information, extrapolating information and evaluating.
  • Sounds and pronunciation/Appreciation – syllabic division.
  • Writing – group activity, sharing experiences, a short play

FEBRUARY

The Gift of Wali Dad

  • Comprehension – locating and analysing information, evaluating.
  • Vocabulary – word associations, words ending in –ery,
  • Grammar – superlative adjectives.
  • Listening – listening to a narration for specific words.
  • Speaking – classroom discussion based on given information
  • Writing - writing a letter
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