English curriculum & materials development for grade 10

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English curriculum & materials development for grade 10

  1. 1. English Curriculum & Materials Development The Difference in Standard & Basic Competence between the 1 st and 2 nd Semester in Year 10
  2. 2. 1 st Semester SC BC To understand meaning in transactional & interpersonal conversations in everyday context. To respond to meaning in conversations accurately, fluently & suitably including greetings, farewells, and accepting invitations, and involving expressions of happiness, sympathy, and giving instructions. 2 nd Semester SC BC To understand meaning in transactional & interpersonal conversations in everyday context. To respond to meaning in conversations accurately, fluently & suitably including expressions of gratitude, complement, and congratulations, and involving expressions of surprise, disbelieve, and accepting invitations.
  3. 3. 1 st Semester SC BC To convey meaning in transactional and interpersonal conversation in everyday context. To convey meaning in conversations accurately, fluently, and suitably including greetings, farewells, agreeing to invitations, keeping and breaking promises, and involving expressions of happiness, sympathy, and giving instructions. 2 nd Semester SC BC To convey meaning in transactional and interpersonal conversation in everyday context. To convey meaning in conversations accurately, fluently, and suitably including expressions of gratitude, complement, and congratulations, and expressions of surprise, disbelieve, and accepting invitations.
  4. 5. 1 st Semester SC BC To convey meaning short functional texts and simple essays in the form of recount, narrative, and procedure in everyday context. To convey meaning in the form of short functional texts (e.g. notices, advertisements, invitations, etc) and simple essays using a variety of written language accurately, fluently, and suitably in the form of recount, narrative, and procedure 2 nd Semester SC BC To convey meaning in short functional texts and simple essays in the form of narrative, descriptive and news item in everyday context. To convey meaning in the form of short functional texts (e.g. notices, advertisements, invitations, etc) and simple essays using a variety of written language accurately, fluently, and suitably in the form of narrative, descriptive and news item.

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