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Bahagian Pembangunan KurikulumKEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIABahagian Pembangunan KurikulumKEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIA1English Year 6Reading ModuleMasreen Wirda Mohammad Aliwirda.firstname.lastname@example.org 03-8884 2091
BAHAGIAN PEMBANGUNAN KURIKULUMKEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIA
CONTENT STANDARDBy the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to:
2.2demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear and non-linear texts in the form of print and non-print materials using a range of strategies to construct meaning.
2.3read independently for information and enjoyment.
LEARNING STANDARDYEAR 6 SKYEAR 6 SJK2.2.1 Able to apply word attack skills by identifying:(a) proverbs(b) phrasal verbs(c) similes2.2.1 Able to apply word attack skills by identifying:(a) proverbs(b) phrasal verbs(c) similesWord Attack Skills
Picture cluesLook it up (dictionary, thesaurus, parts of speech)Make a guess (contextual clues, hints before and after the word)Dissect the word (prefixes, suffixes, root word)Connect to a word you knowSkip itReread the sentenceKeep reading (if the word reappear, compare the word in both sentences)Use prior knowledge
Definition of Phrasal Verbs
LEARNING STANDARDYEAR 6 SKYEAR 6 SJK2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases and sentences from:(a) linear texts(b) non-linear texts
2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases and sentences from:(a) linear texts(b) non-linear texts
Read and Understandto become proficient readers, students have to be able to understand the meaning of what they readrequires comprehension skills and good thinking skillsreading comprehension for mature readers involves the ability to not only read the lines but also the abstract step of reading between the lineshigher order thinking takes reading between the lines one step further - good readers have the ability to read beyond the linesstudents have to learn how to apply higher order thinking skills by analysing, synthesising, and evaluating new knowledge
The 6 Thinking HatsDe BonosLinear Texts stories poems songs reports news letters messages narratives descriptive factual
Non - Linear Texts notices advertisements posters brochures pamphlets graphs charts graphic organisers
LEARNING STANDARDYEAR 6 SKYEAR 6 SJK2.2.3Able to read and demonstrate understanding of texts by:(a) giving main ideas and supporting details (b) stating cause and effect(c) drawing conclusions2.2.3Able to read and demonstrate understanding of texts by:(a) giving main ideas and supporting details (b) drawing conclusions with guidance
Supporting DetailsConsists of the additional information for readers to understand the main idea completely
The function of details is to support (explain, illustrate, prove, exemplify) the information in the main idea sentence.
Usually the details are interesting and very descriptive.
It also gives definition to any terms that readers may not know
Drawing ConclusionsObserve all the facts, arguments and information given in the text or storiesConsider what you already know from your own experiencesWhen given multiple choice answers, choose the best answer based on the information given in the passage.
LEARNING STANDARDYEAR 6 SKYEAR 6 SJK2.2.4Able to apply dictionary skills to identify and understand meaning of words in context
2.2.4Able to apply dictionary skills :(a) recognise abbreviations(b) understand meaning of words in context
Dictionary SkillsFinding and checking spellings.Finding a definition of an unknown word.Find out word classes through the abbreviations used in a dictionaryvb - verbadj - adjectiveadv - adverbpl - pluraln - nounart - articleGain extra knowledge of more complex vocabulary.Independent learning
AbbreviationsAn abbreviation is a short way of writing words. The abbreviations for the days of the week use the first letters of the word. examples: Monday = Mon. Thursday = Thurs.
Words in Context
Identify words in sentencesFind suitable meaning for a wordDifferent words used for different contexts
LEARNING STANDARDYEAR 6 SKYEAR 6 SJK2.3.1 Able to read for information and enjoyment:(a) fiction(b) non-fiction
2.3.1 Able to read for information and enjoyment with guidance:(a) fiction(b) non-fiction
READINGReading aloudpronunciationstress & intonationSilent readingSub-skills
Identify main facts & detailsRelate cause & effectIdentify sequence of eventsDrawing conclusionsInfer from contextual cluesReading levels
Literal comprehensionReorganisationInferential comprehensionEvaluationAppreciationWhat to Assess?