Semester Overview

Grade 2
Academic Year 2018/2019

 

English

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Making Sentences

·         Using capital letters and full stops.

·         Short Vowels /a/i

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

 

flag, fin, ran, has, fill, sat, list, sit, bag, win.

2 Statements and Questions

·         Identifying and making sentences that are statements and questions.

·         Short vowels /e/o/u

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

 

not, best, run, job, bed, spot, get, mud, ten, duck.

3 Statements, questions, commands and exclamations

·         Identifying and making sentences that are statements, questions, commands and exclamations.

·         Long vowels /a/i/o

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

 

same, kite, home, plate, ride, rope, race, rule, broke, tune.

4 Combining Sentences

·         Making sentences into one sentence.

·         Long vowel /e/

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching words to sentences.

 

see, please, need, deal, sheep, mean, green, clean, keep, eat.

5 Cumulative Review

·         Reviewing grammar from the last 4 weeks.

·         Short vowels /e/o/u

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

 

has, win, spot, best, mud, same, broke, rule, clean, sweep.

6 Pronouns and Nouns

·         Identifying and making sentences using pronouns and nouns.

·         Inflections –ed, -ing

·         Long vowel /i/

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

 

pie, high, tie, light, lie, night, bright, right, might, tight.

7 Singular and Plural Nouns

·         Using correct grammar to make sentences.

·         Long vowel /a/

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences

pay, mail, paint, day, rain, stay, sail, way, train, tray.
8 Proper Nouns

·         Identifying and making sentences using proper nouns.

·         R-Controlled Vowel /ar/

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences

car, art, barn, start, farm, card, yarn, part, dark, hard.
9 Grammar: Days, Months, Holidays

·         Using Capital letters for days, months and holidays.

·         Long vowel /o/oa, aw.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences

boat, snow, coat, grow, float, own, low, load, soak, bowl.
10 Review

Reviewing weeks 1-9

11 Midterms
12 Cumulative Review

·         Rewriting sentences using proper nouns.

·         Cumulative review on the spelling words from the past few weeks.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

tie, light, mail, day, barn, dark, hard, snow, soak, own.
13 Abbreviations

·         Using abbreviations correctly in sentences.

·         Digraphs /ch/sh/th.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

lunch, shape, wish, chop, show, catch, then, each, bath, such.
14 Possessive Nouns

·         Singular and Plural Possessive Nouns.

·         Long Vowel /e/ey,y

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

very, messy, lady, happy, key, baby, money, funny, candy, sunny.
15 Possessive Nouns

·         Identifying if something belongs to one person or thing or more then one person or thing.

·         Quotation marks.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

slice, dodge, city, huge, nice, space, gem, price, cage.
16 Pronouns

·         Using pronouns in sentences and paragraphs.

·         Correct use of grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

·         R-controlled Vowel /ur/ ir, ur, er, ear

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

fur, shirt, burn, stir, bird, turn, herd, third, learn, search.
17 Cumulative Review

·         Pronouns.

·         Singular and plural nouns.

·         Cumulative review on the spelling words from the past few weeks.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

wish, catch, bath, very, money, huge, price, stir, turn, learn.
18 Adjectives

·         Identifying adjectives and using then to make sentences and paragraphs.

·         Digraphs /n/kn; /r/wr.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

knot, wrong, know, wreck, Graph, wrap, knife, tough, phone, laugh.
19 Review

Reviewing weeks 10 – 15

20 Finals

English

 

Term 2

 

21 Sense Adjectives

·         Using sense adjectives to describe how something looks, feels, tastes, smells, and sounds.

·         Making sentences using sense adjectives.

·         Short Vowels /e/ea.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

heavy, steady, bread, sweat, head, thread, breath, ready, meant, health.
22 Exact and Inexact Words

·         Using number words such as some, much, many, and most to make sentences.

·         Reading a poem and answer questions on what the writer is telling about.

·         Vowel diphthong /oi/oi,y.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·         Matching pictures to sentences.

join, ball, joy, sail, noise, boy, voice, point, toy, coin.
23 Adjectives, Comparatives and Superlatives

·         Using words to compare.

·         Making writing interesting.

·         R-Controlled Vowel /ir/ear,eer.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

gear, deer, fear, year, cheer, near, hear, clear, steer, rear.
24 Number Words / Sense Adjectives

·         Using number words to complete sentences.

·         Short Vowels /e/ea.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·          Matching pictures to sentences.

know, wrong, tough, phone, breath, health, sail, joy, deer, rear.
25 Present-Tense Action Verbs

·         Identifying when to add s, es or ies to the verb.

·         Vowel Diphthong /ou/ou,ow.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

out, town. Count, crowd, ground, now, found, crown, sound, down.
26 Subject + Verb Agreement

·         Review grammar.

·         R-Controlled Vowel /or/or,ore,our.

·         Combining sentences,

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

store, fork, pour, score, your, chore, short, more, four, sore.
27 Review

Reviewing weeks 16-22

28 Midterms
29 Past Tense Verbs

·         Identifying past tense verbs.

·         Making sentences using past tense verbs.

·         Vowel Variant /oo/ew,ue,ui,ou.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·          Matching pictures to sentences.

true, grew, suit, smooth, clue, soup, stew, food, group, fruit.
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Present and Past Forms of Be

·         Using the words is, am, are, was, were correctly in conversation and grammar.

·         R-Controlled Vowel /ar/air,are.

·         Synonyms.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

hair, glare, fair, scare, pair, care, share, chair, rare, stair.
32 Cumulative Review

·         Past and present forms of be.

·         Past and present tense verbs.

·         Cumulative review on the spelling words from the past few weeks.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·          Matching pictures to sentences.

found, down, store, four, smooth, grew, true, fruit, care, pair.
33 Irregular Verbs

·         Using the correct grammar for the words has, have, and had.

·         Writing a letter.

·         Vowel Variant /oo/ou.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·          Matching pictures to sentences.

book, should, took, stood, crook, would, look, could, good, shook.
34 Irregular Verbs

·         Identifying more irregular verbs to make sentences.

·         Making writing interesting.

·         Vowel Variant /o/aw, au(gh)

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·          Matching pictures to sentences.

claw, fault, draw, haul, crawl, lawn, sauce, paw, caught, saw.
35 Helping Verbs

·         Review the words has, have and had.

·         How to use quotation marks.

·         Vowel Variant /o/ a(l), ough

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

·          Matching pictures to sentences.

ball, talk, fought, hall, bought, all, chalk, small, thought, fall.
36 Contractions

·         Identifying contractions and making sentences.

·         Correct use of spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

·         Long Vowel /a/ea, ei(gh), ey.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

break, sleigh, they, steak, eight, obey, great, neighbor, prey, weigh.
37 Cumulative Review

·         Reviewing Contractions.

·         Forms of be.

·         Cumulative review on the spelling words from the past few weeks.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

took, should, draw, caught, fought, all, chalk, steak, neighbor, great.
38 Cumulative Review

·         Reviewing past and present tense verbs.

·         Helping verbs.

·         Cumulative review on the spelling words from the past few weeks.

·         Making sentences with the spelling words.

·         Reading comprehensions.

·         Writing skills.

·         Project work.

bought, small, fault, haul, crawl, shook, could, book, grew, pair.
39 Review

Reviewing weeks 23-30

40 Finals

 

 

 

Science

  Term 1     Weeks  1-20

Term 2     Weeks 21-40

Weeks Objective Keywords
1 Term 1

 

Work Like a Scientist

Scientists ask questions about the world around them. They find answers by investigating through many methods.

 

How Do We Use Inquiry Skills?

 

 

 

How Do We Use Science Tools?

 

 

 

What Tools Can We Use?

 

 

 

How Do Scientists Think?

 

 

 

 

How Do We Solve a Problem?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Observe, sight, smell, touch, taste and hear.

 

Thermometer, temperature, ruler, and balance.

 

 

Record, tool and purpose.

 

 

Investigate, hypothesis, conclusion and communicate.

 

 

 

Problem, data and organize.

2 Technology and Our World

Engineers use a process to design new technology to meet human needs. Technology affects our everyday life and can affect the environment around us.

 

 

What Is the Design Process?

 

 

How Can We Use the Design Process?

 

 

What Is Technology?

 

 

 

 

How Can We Improve Technology?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engineers, design process and design.

 

 

Procedure, label and solution.

Technology, electricity, toothbrush and microwave and environment.

 

 

 

Improve, design and safe.

3-9 All About Animals

There are many kinds of animals. Animals need certain things to live and grow. Fossils help us learn about animals that lived long ago.

 

 

What Are Animal Needs?

 

 

 

What Are Some Kinds of Animals?

 

 

 

How Do Body Coverings Help Animals?

 

 

 

What Are Some Animal Life Cycles?

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Are Fossils?

 

 

 

How Can We Model a Fossil?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Survive, shelter, lungs, gills and oxygen.

 

 

Fish, reptiles, insects, amphibians, birds and mammals.

 

 

Fur, shells, scales and feathers.

 

 

Life cycle, reproduce, eggs, larva, pupa, newborn, young, adult and metamorphosis.

 

 

Dinosaurs, fossils, extinct, footprint, imprint and bones.

 

 

Glue, jelly, seashell and clay.

      10 Review weeks 1-9
      11 Midterms
12-15 All About Plants

All plants need certain things to live and grow. Plants have parts that help them grow and change.

 

What Are Plant Needs?

 

 

What Do Plants Need to Grow?

 

 

 

What Are Some Plant Parts?

 

 

 

What Are Some Plant Life Cycles?

 

 

 

How Does a Bean Plant Grow?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunlight, water, soil, air, space and nutrients.

Observe, compare and different.

 

 

 

Flower, leaf, stem, roots, pollen and seed.

 

Germinate, seed, cone, flower and seedling.

 

Growth, sunlight and bean.

16-18 Environment for Living Things?

Livings things meet their needs in their environments. Environments change over time.

 

How Do Plants and Animals Need One Another?

 

 

 

 

How Are Living Things Adapted to Their Environments?

 

 

Can Plants Survive in Different Environments?

 

 

 

How Do Environments Change Over Time?

 

 

 

 

 

Environment, oxygen, pollen and food chain.

 

 

Adaptation, camouflage, and hibernate.

 

 

Desert, dry, rainforest and wet.

 

 

Reduce, recycle,reuse, and pollution.

 

 

19 Review weeks 12-18
20 End of Term 1 Finals
21-23 Term 2

 

Earth and Its Resources

Changes can occur to Earth’s surface. People need Earth resources like rock, plants and water.

 

 

What Changes Earth?

 

 

 

What Are Earth’s Natural Resources?

 

 

 

How Can We Classify Plant Products?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Earthquake, flood, drought, volcano and erosion.

 

 

Natural resource, oil, minerals and rocks.

 

 

 

Products, groups and classify.

24-26 All About Weather

Weather changes from day to day and from season to season. It is important to measure and track weather over time.

 

 

How does weather change?

 

 

 

 

 

How Does the Sun Heat Earth?

 

 

 

 

What Are Some Weather Patterns?

 

 

 

 

 

How Can We Measure Precipitation?

 

 

 

 

How Do Seasons Affect Living Things?

 

 

 

 

How Can We Prepare for Severe Weather?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weather, temperature, precipitation and wind.

 

 

 

Warm, hot, soil and dry.

 

 

 

Pattern, water cycle, evaporate, condense and precipitation.

 

 

 

Monitor, day, week and measure.

 

 

 

Seasons, fall, winter, spring and summer.

 

 

 

 

Hurricane, tornado, thunderstorm, lightning and whirlwind.

27 Review weeks 21-26
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Play Preparation
30-31 Christmas Holiday
32-34 The Solar System

Earth is a planet in our solar system. Changes happen on Earth and in the sky from day to night.

 

What Are Planets and Stars?

 

 

 

 

What Causes Day and Night?

 

 

 

 

How Can We Model Day and Night?

 

 

 

 

Planet, orbit, solar system and constellation.

 

 

 

Earth, rotate, night, day and shadow.

 

 

 

Globe, flashlight and spin.

35-36 Changes in Matter

Matter can have different properties. Matter can be a solid, a liquid or a gas. The properties of matter can change.

 

What Is Matter?

 

 

 

 

How Can We Compare Volumes?

 

 

 

 

How Does Matter Change?

 

 

 

 

How Can Water Change States?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matter, solid, liquid, gas, mass and property.

 

 

Container, volumes and shape.

 

 

 

Condensation, evaporation, freezing and melting.

 

 

 

Cool, ice and fridge.

37-38 Energy and Magnets

Heat, light and sound are forms of energy. Magnets attract some objects and repel others.

 

What is Energy?

 

 

 

 

What Are Magnets?

 

 

 

How Strong Is a Magnet

 

 

 

 

 

Energy, light, sound, pitch, loud, vibrate and heat.

 

 

Magnets, pole, repel and attract.

 

 

 

Force, north pole and south pole.

39 Review weeks 32-39
40 Finals

 

 

 

 

Math

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Unit-1

 

Show what you know

Three in a row

 

Ones, tens, count on count back
2  

Represent even numbers

Understand place value

Expanded form

Record, addition, describe
3  

Different names for numbers

Problem solving- tens and ones

Counting patterns within 100 and 1,000

Pattern, information, pack, digit
4 Unit-2

 

Identifying numbers to 30

Groups of tens as hundreds

Explore 3 digit numbers

Hundred,

is equal to (=)

 

5 Number names

Different forms of numbers

Value, thousand,  place value
6 Number patterns

Problem solving by comparing

Algebra- comparing

Is greater than

Is less than

Is equal to

7 Unit-3

 

Using doubles facts

Make Ten to add

Adding 3 addends

Addition

Plus

equals

8 Relating addition and subtraction

Using ten to subtract

 

Addition, subtraction, plus, minus, equals
9 Use of drawings to represent problems

Problem solving- equal groups

Repeated addition

Count on

Count back

Pairs

applications

10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Unit-4

Game- what is the sum?

Breaking apart ones to add

Use of compensation

Break apart addends as tens and ones

Column

Digit

Hundred is equal to

13 Regrouping for addition

Using models to record two digit addition

Two digit addition

Two digit addition practice

Regroup

Sums

14 Problem solving- addition

Writing equations to represent addition

Finding sums for 3 addends

Finding sums for 4 addends

Column

Regroup

Sum, tens, hundreds, ones

15 Unit-5

 

Show what you know

Subtraction search

Breaking apart ones to subtract

Breaking apart numbers to subtract

Difference

Regroup

digit

16 Regrouping for subtraction

Using models to record two digit subtraction

Two digit subtraction

Practice two digit subtraction

Addend

Column

Differences

17 Rewriting 2 digit subtraction

Using addition to find the difference

Problem solving- subtraction

Is equal to

Ones, tens, hundreds

 

18 Using subtraction in multi-step problems

Writing equations to represent subtraction

Practice with sing and double digit subtraction

Recycle language from unit.
19 Review
20 Finals

Math

 

Term 2

 

21 Unit-6

 

3 digit addition and subtraction

Drawing and representing 3 digit addition

Breaking apart 3 digit addends

Two digit shuffle

Hundreds, tens, ones
22 3 digit regrouping- ones

3 digit regrouping- tens

3 digit regrouping- ones and tens

Regroup, addends, sum
23 3 digit subtraction

Problem solving- 3 digit subtraction

3 digit subtraction, regrouping- tens

Regroup, difference
24 3 digit subtraction, regrouping- hundreds

3 digit subtraction, regrouping- tens and hundreds

Regrouping with zeros

Regroup, difference
25 Unit-7

 

One, five and ten baht

25 and 50 satang

Count collection

Baht, Satang, Baht Sign
26 Showing amounts

20 and 100 baht

Problem solving with money

 

Baht sign, decimal point
27 Time to the hour and half hour

Time to 5 minutes

Practice telling time

A.M. and P.M.

Minutes, half past, hour hand, minute hand, noon, midnight, quarter past, half past, quarter to
28 Unit-9

 

Estimating length game

Measuring with a centimeter model

Estimating lengths in centimeters

 

Centimeter, estimate, ruler, measure
29 Making and measuring with a ruler

Measuring with a centimeter ruler

Problem solving with centimeters

Centimeter, ruler, measure
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Review
32 Midterm
33 Centimeters and meters, hands on measurements

Estimating lengths in meters

Adding and subtracting lengths

Comparing lengths

Meter,
34 Unit-10

 

Collecting data

Reading picture graphs

Making picture graphs

Survey, data, tally, tally mark
35 Reading bar graphs

Making bar graphs

Problem solving- display data

Picture graph, bar graph, chart
36 Unit-11

 

Three dimensional shapes

Attributes of three-dimensional shapes

Building three dimensional shapes

Cube rectangle, prism vertex, vertices
37 Two dimensional shapes

Angles in two-dimensional shapes

Sorting two-dimensional shapes

Halves, thirds, fourths, equal parts
38 Equal parts

Showing equal parts of a whole

Describing equal parts

Problem solving- equal shares

Half of, third of, fourth of, quarter of
39 Review
40 Finals

 

 

Social Studies

Objective Keywords
Term 1

 

Chapter 1:

 

Unit 1:

 

Community Life –

 

Our Community

 

We and our family are members of a community. Every one of us is responsible for the well-being of the whole community.

 

 

 

1.1 Contributing to the community

 

 

1.2 Rules and Regulations

 

 

 

 

2.1 School and Community Management

 

Pages 2-17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Relationship, family, friends, group, area, duties and responsibilities.

 

 

Rules, regulations, expected, duties, behavior and obligations.

 

 

Management, leader, village, district, population and maintain.

 

Review weeks 1-9
Midterms
 

Unit 2:

 

Thai Manners

 

Thai manners are one of the characteristics of the Thai nation. By practicing Thai manners, we can help to preserve Thai cultures and traditions.

 

 

1.      Showing Respect

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walking, Standing, Sitting and Dressing

 

Pages 18-23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manners, respect, traditions, culture, expected and gesture.

 

 

 

Elderly, posture, waiting, proper, Wai and paying respects.

 

 

Unit 3:

 

Living Together

 

Everyone has his or her own beliefs and opinions. A person’s beliefs and opinions may be different from others. We must learn to accept these differences in order to live peacefully with one another.

 

 

1.      Accepting Differences

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Rights and Freedoms

 

2.1 Rights and Freedoms

 

Pages 24-36

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Backgrounds, beliefs, opinions, differences, prejudice, accept and practices.

 

 

 

Law, freedoms, rights, guaranteed, respect, violate, disturb and behavior.

 

 

 

Review weeks 12-18
End of Term 1 Finals
Term 2

 

Chapter 2:

 

Economics –

 

1.      Resources, Goods and Services

Productive Resources

 

2. Buying, Selling and Exchanging

 

1.      Exchange of Goods and Services

1.1 Meaning of goods and services

 

People need a great variety of goods and services. However, they cannot make everything they need to by themselves. So, people have to buy, sell and exchange goods and services among themselves.

1.2 Types of exchange of goods and services

 

 

 

2. Trade

2.1 Producer, Consumer, Buyer and Seller

2.2 Relationship between buyers and sellers in determining prices

 

Pages 37-58

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goods, services, buyers, sellers, money and exchange.

 

 

 

Producer, consumer and trade.

 

 

 

 

 

Price, expensive, reduce and availabilitiy.

 

Unit 3:

 

1.      Income and Expenditure

1.1 Occupation

 

Everyone must work in order to have an income. Then, one can use this income to meet one’s expenditures.

 

1.2 Household income and expenditure

1.3 Income and expenditure of a student

 

 

2. Statements of Incomes and Expenses

 

3. Savings

 

Pages 59-74

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Income, expenses, occupation and transportation.

 

 

 

Receive, balance, savings and statements

 

 

 

 

Review weeks 21-26
Midterms
Christmas Play Preparation
Christmas Holiday
Chapter 3:

 

Life and the Environment

 

1.      Environment

 

The environment provides natural resources for the maintenance of life and living space for all living things including humans, so humans are actually part of the environment.

 

 

 

 

1.      Meaning of Environment

 

 

 

 

2. Natural Resources

 

 

 

 

3. Importance of Environment

3.1 Importance of natural environment

3.2 Importance of man-made environment

 

 

4. Changes in Natural Environment

 

 

5. Preservation and Restoration of Environment

 

Pages 75-90

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Urban, rural, trees, rocks, houses and schools.

 

 

 

Exhaustible, inexhaustible and renewable.

 

 

 

 

Natural and man- made environments, materials, habitation and medicines.

 

 

 

 

Reuse, recycle, repair and reject.

 

Unit 2:

 

Geography

 

Geography is the study of our physical world. We study the locations and characteristics of objects and places around us by using geographic tools such as maps, globes and photographs.

 

 

1.      Location

 

 

 

 

 

2. Geographic Tools

 

 

 

 

 

3. The Earth and Natural Phenomena

 

The Earth takes twenty four hours to make a complete rotation on its axis. The Earth orbits the Sun too. The side of the Earth that faces the Sun is in daylight but the side of the Earth that faces away from the Sun is night-time.

 

 

3.1 Earth’s Rotation

3.2 The Earth’s orbit around the Sun.

 

 

 

 

 

Human Life During Different Seasons

 

 

 

 

3.3 Orbits of the Moon around the Earth and the Sun

 

Pages 91-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left, right, north, west, south and east.

 

 

 

 

Globe, plan, map, symbols, photograph and key.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rotation, axis, day and night.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seasons, summer, winter, spring and fall.

 

 

 

 

 

Sun, moon, orbits and lunar phase.

 

Review weeks 32-39
Finals

 

 

 

Health

 

Term 1

Week Objective Keywords
1-3 Unit 1: Hello!

 

●        Health: What are some ways to take care of your health?

 

Page 2-3

 

health, healthy
4-5 Unit 2: A Computer Monster

 

●        Healthy habits.

●        Bed time.

 

Pages 4-5

 

computer, recess
6-9 Unit 3: A Lesson Learnt

 

●        Take care of your body.

Pages 6-7

ill, pale, doctor, exercise

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11

 

 

 

12-13

Review:

Reviewing topics from weeks 1-9

 

 

Midterms

 

 

 

Unit 4: My Food Pals

 

●        Foods: Healthy foods, unhealthy foods.

●        What kind of food or fruit should you take more of when you are not feeling well?

Pages 8-10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

protein, muscles, repair, carbohydrate, energy, fats, vitamins, fruits, vegetables, strong, healthy, meals

14-15 Unit 5: Mine, all mine!

 

●        Mine!

●        What shouldn’t we share with others?

Page 11

toothbrush, underwear, towel, comb, share, steal, germs, beware
16-17 Unit 6: Ooh, it Stinks!

 

●        What is perspire?

●        What are some things we should do after we sweat?

 

Pages 12

smell, perspires, sweat

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20

Unit 7: Julia’s Dirty Hands

 

●        Washing hands.

●        Proper ways to wash hands.

●        When to wash hands.

Pages 13

 

Review:

Reviewing weeks 12-19

 

Finals

dirty, stomach ache, vomit

Term 2

 

 

 

21-22

 

 

 

 

Unit 8: Bath Time!

 

●        Proper bathing.

Pages 14-15

 

 

 

 

bath, fresh, alert, scrub, armpits, soap, bathe

23-24 Unit 9: Who Feels Better?

 

●        How to identify healthy habits.

Pages 16-17

comfortable, miserable
25-26 Unit 10: Help Me Count My Teeth

 

●        My Teeth

●        Students will be able to recognize the importance of developing good oral hygiene habits to ensure that the teeth are healthy and well maintained.

●        Identifying the different names for teeth and their purpose.

Pages 18-19

teeth, count, milk teeth, adult teeth, toothpaste
27 Unit 11: Nightmare!

 

●        Why is it so important to take good care of our teeth?

 

Pages 20-21

brush, toothbrush, fluoride, rotten, dentist
28-29 Unit 12: Germs, Germs, Everywhere!

 

●        Germs

●        What is the flu?

●        What can we do to prevent getting the flu?

●        What is the common cold?

 

Page 22-23

 

germs, common cold, cold, flu, flu germs
30 Unit 13: Secret Agents!

 

●        How do we prevent the spread of germs?

 

Page 24-25

 

sneeze, cough, spread
31 Unit 14: Our Clean Homes

 

●        How do you help keep your home clean?

Pages 26-27

clean
32 Unit 15: Cleaning Our Classroom

 

●        Keeping Our Classroom Clean.

 

Pages 28

 

duty, roster
33 Unit 16: Cleaning Our School

 

●        What can you do to keep your school clean and tidy?

 

Pages 29

 

pride, sweep, mop, scrub, wash, tidy
34 Unit 17: What If?

 

●        We should not litter.

●        Recycle.

●        Clean habits.

Pages 30-31

litter, cockroaches, rubbish, rubbish bins, spit, flush
35 Unit 18: Watch Out On the Road

 

●        Road Safety

●        Tips for Road Safety

●        What are some ways we can be safe on the roads?

 

Pages 32-33

road, safety, tips, police, pedestrian crossings, pavement, stoplight, traffic, drivers
36 Unit 19: Fire!

 

●        Fire safety!

 

Pages 34-35

fire, candles, lighters, prevent, prevention
 

37

Unit 20: Cough Syrup and Me!

 

●        What do doctors do?

 

doctor, medicines, ill, cough syrup
38 Good Fruits!

 

●        Healthy fruits

Pages 40-42

fruits
39 Review – Reviewing weeks 29-38
40 Finals

 

 

 

Creative Writing

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
 

1

 

Introduction. Get to know the teacher and students.

 

Project: students will prepare and give a 30 second to one minute talk about themselves

 

 

2

 

Completion of class introductions.

 

 

 

3

 

●          Unit-1 lesson-1

 

Words with short ‘a’.

Vocabulary:

van, an, after, flat, hand, cat, and, has, am, than, add, man

 

4

 

●          Unit-1 lesson-2

 

More words with short ‘a’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

catch, fast, matter, have, land, that, back, last, thank, ask, sang, black

 

5

 

●          Unit-1 lesson-3

 

Words with short ‘e’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

ten, when, bed, shelf, jet, yes, said, went, kept, says, next, end

 

6  

●        Unit-1 lesson-4

 

More words with short ‘e’.

 

Vocabulary:

best, well, any, seven, many, dress, desk, rest, bell, send, help, egg

 

7

 

●          Unit-1 lesson-5

 

People words

 

Vocabulary:

 

had, class, him, you, children, boys, our, girls, the, them, her, child

 

8

 

●          Unit-1 lesson-6

 

Unit 1 review/Quiz lessons 1-5

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

9

 

●          Unit-2 lesson-7

Words with short ‘i’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

big, ship, will, six, fill, hill, this, wind, pick, his, hid, trick

 

10 Review
11 Midterms
 

12

 

●          Unit-2 lesson-8

M

M  More words with short ‘i’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

ring, give, fish, think, thing, wish, spring, with, live, sister, swim, bring

 

 

13

 

●          Unit-2 lesson-9

 

Words with short ‘o’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

hot, what, dot, not, block, was, job, jog, top, on, hop, got

 

 

14

 

●          Unit -2 lesson-10

 

More words with short ‘o’ .

 

 

Vocabulary:

box, wash, rock, spot, want, drop, clock, stop, chop, ox, pond, shop

 

 

 

15

 

 

●          Unit-2 lesson-11

 

Plural words.

 

 

Vocabulary:

men, dresses, eggs, ships, vans, cats, hands, jobs, jets, bells, desks, backs

 

 

16

 

●          Unit-2 lesson-12

 

Unit 2 review/ Quiz- lessons 7-11

 

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

17

 

●          Unit-3 lesson- 13

 

Words with short ‘u’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

sun, under, club, run, bug, from, mud, summer, bus, us, up, cut, of, but

 

 

 

18

 

●          Unit-3 lesson- 14

 

More words with the short ‘u’.

 

Vocabulary:

just, brother, jump, such, come, love, skunk, much, truck, mother, lunch, one, other, fun

 

 

19 Review
20 Finals

Creative Writing

Term 2

 

 

 

21

 

 

●          Unit-3 lesson-15

 

Words with the long ‘a’.

 

 

 

Vocabulary:

game, baby, today, came, play, bake, whale, ate, name, say, brave, stay, maybe, gave

 

 

 

22

 

●          Unit-3 lesson-16

 

More words with the long ‘a’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

chain, gain, eight, tail, paint, nail, pail, they, snail, rain, wait, mail, train, sail

 

23

 

●          Unit-3 lesson-17

 

Words ending with ‘ed’ or ‘ing’.

 

Vocabulary:

helping, tricked, wishing, ended, fishing, wished, dressing, picking, handed, thanked, thinking, asked, fished, catching

 

 

 

24

 

●          Unit-3 lesson- 18

 

Unit 3 review/quiz Lessons 13-17.

 

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

 

25

 

●          Unit-4 lesson-19

 

Words with long ‘e’.

 

Vocabulary:

we, people, see, green, she, he, keep, feet, these, bees, street, week, being, three

 

 

26

 

●          Unit-4 lesson-20

 

More words with long ‘e’.

 

Vocabulary:

happy, clean, very, please, leap, funny, peach, eat, city, heat, puppy, dream, penny, mean

 

27 Review
28 Midterms
 

29

 

●          Unit-4 lesson-21

 

Words with long ‘i’.

 

Vocabulary:

like, find, ice, bike, side, nine, write, mine, ride, white, eye, hide, inside, five

 

30 Christmas Holiday
 

31

 

●          Unit-4 lesson-22

 

More words with long ‘i’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

sky, pie, tiny, cry, lion, tie, why, by, try, tiger, high, lie, my, fly

 

 

32

 

●          Unit-4 lesson-23

 

More words with ‘ed’ or ‘ing’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

dropping, cutting, dropped, spotted, stopping, hopped, jogged, jogging, running, shopped, hopping, stopped, dotted, shopping

 

 

33

 

●          Unit- 4 lesson-24

 

Unit 4 review/Quiz lessons 19-23.

 

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

34

 

●          Unit-5 lesson-25

 

Words with long ‘o’.

 

Vocabulary:

go, yellow, home, rope, grow, know, no, nose, hope, stone, snow, so, hole, joke

 

35

 

●          Unit- 5 lesson-26

 

More words with long ‘o’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

cold, road, gold, goat, old, coat, sold, boat, open, over, roll, most, hold, told

 

 

 

 

 

 

36

 

●          Unit-5 lesson-27

 

The vowel sound in ‘book’.

 

Vocabulary:

book, put, look, could, pull, would, cook, should, full, stood, cookies, good, foot, took

 

 

 

37

 

●          Unit-5 lesson-28

 

The vowel sound in ’zoo’.

 

 

Vocabulary:

zoo, too, to, do, new, room, food, who, blue, school, tooth, soon, moon, two

 

38

●          Unit-5 lesson-29

      

Unit-5 review/Quiz.

 

 

Vocabulary:

 

39 Review
40 Finals

 

 

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