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YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4

SUGGESTED TEACHING
WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING
Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES
i. Name and write numbers up to 100 000 Compare numbers and
1 1. WHOLE 1. NUMBERS TO 1. Develop number sense up to ii. Determine the place value of the digits explain why a particular
NUMBERS 100 000 100 000 in any whole number up to 100 000 number has a bigger or
iii. Compare value of numbers to 100 000 smaller value
iv. Round of numbers to the nearest ten,
hundred and thousand. Use relevant techniques of
estimation.

1. WHOLE 2. ADDITION WITH 1. Add numbers to the total i. Add any two to four numbers to 100 000 Add any two to four numbers
NUMBERS THE HIGHEST of 100 000 using; - horizontal form
TOTAL OF 100 000 ii. Solve addition problems. - vertical form

Expose pupils to strategies of
2 1. WHOLE 3. SUBTRACTION 1. Subtract numbers from a i. Subtract one or two numbers from a quick addition.
NUMBERS WITHIN THE number less than 100 000 bigger number less than 100 000
RANGE OF 100 000 Subtract a number or two
ii. Solve subtraction problems numbers from another number
(horizontal or vertical )

Create stories from given
sentences
Multiply in the form of
1. WHOLE 4.MULTIPLICATIO 1. Multiply any two numbers i. Multiply four-digit numbers with number sentences -vertical
NUMBERS N with the highest product of a) one-digit numbers, and horizontal
WITH THE 100 000 b) 10,
HIGHEST c) two-digit numbers. Expose pupils to various
PRODUCT OF ii. Multiply three-digit numbers with strategies in
100 000 a) 100, multiplication,such as, -
b) two-digit numbers, multiplies of a number
iii. Multiply two-digit number with 1000 - benchmaking
iv. Solve multiplication problems. - commutative property
- associative property
- lattice multiplication

Create stories from a given
number sentences.

b) 1000.Fraction chart/strips and b) The numerator of 1 and different cuisenaire rods Denominators up to 10. Create stories from a given number sentences. number line and divide using NUMBERS THE HIGHEST 100 000 by a two-digit b) 10. lines and graphics using iii. ICT. introduce proper fractions. . Express equivalent proper fractions. Name and write proper fractions with Compare parts to the whole to 4 2. i. 100 and 1000. DIVIDEND OF number c) two-digit numbers.Paper(Partition paper equally up to 10 fractions with by folding) a) The same denominators. Name and write proper denominators up to 10. strategies in division such as. with the aid of fraction FRACTIONS fractions for proper ii.divide by 10. Express and write equivalent fractions for Express equivalent fractions 2. Solve mixed operation problems. FRACTION 2. Compare the value of two proper . EQUIVALENT 1. simplest form.divisibility of a number. b) 10. . Divide a number less than a) one-digit numbers. c) two-digit numbers. PROPER 1. Create stories from a given c) 10 000. FRACTION 1. number sentences. Divide four-digit numbers by Expose pupils to various a) one-digit numbers. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES i. i. ii.number fractions. 100 and 1000. Perform mixed operation addition and subtraction with numbers the form of number sentences NUMBERS OPERATION involving addition and less than (vertical and horizontal) subtraction. 100 and 1000 iii. a) 100. Solve division problems. Recognise fractions as equal shares of a conventional technology or whole set with denominator up to 10. the long division method. 100 000 ii. Divide five-digit numbers by Model division using the 3 1. FRACTION fractions with denominators ii. Express equivalent fractions to its chart/strips. . Perform mixed operations involving Perform mixed operation in 1. MIXED 1. . WHOLE 5. WHOLE 6.strings. i. DIVISION WITH 1.

Add two proper fractions with different denominators up to 10 to its simplest form a) With 1 as the numerator for both Pupils create stories from fractions. Add two proper fractions denominator up to 10 to its simplest form proper fractions through paper PROPER with denominators up to 10 a) With 1 as the numerator for both folding activities or use charts. FRACTIONS c) With 1 as the numerator for both diagrams and number lines. given number sentences b) With different numerators. fractions. FRACTION 3. Subtract two proper fractions with different denominators up to 10 to its Pupils create stories from simplest form given number sentences a) With 1 as the numerator for both involving fractions. diagrams and number lines. iii. iii. SUBTRACTION OF 1. fractions. Solve problems involving addition of proper fractions. FRACTION 4. Add two proper fractions with the same Demonstrate subtraction of 5 2. b) With different numerators. ADDITION OF 1. ii. ii. involving fractions. FRACTIONS fractions. b) With different numerators. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES i. . Subtract two proper fractions with the Demonstrate subtraction of 2. Subtract proper fractions same denominator up to 10 to its proper fractions through paper PROPER with denominators up to 10 simplest form folding activities or use charts. Solve problems involving addition of proper fractions. d) With different numerators. 6 i.

iii. ADDITION OF 1. DECIMALS 1. INTRODUCTION 1. c) mixed decimals. Solve problems involving addition of Pupil create stories from given decimal number number sentences. a) decimals only. Add any two to four decimals of two through number sentences and decimal place involving use number lines to model a) decimals only. place NUMBER decimals ii. SUBTRACTION OF 1. i. a) tenths. Solve problems involving subtraction of decimals . DECIMALS 2. Perform addition of decimals ii. Add decimals up to two decimal place involving diene’s bloks.hundred squares DECIMAL decimal place. and number lines.and vise versa i. Recognise the place value of value chart and number line. a) decimals only. ii. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES i. NUMBER b) who. Subtract one to two decimals of one or Pupil create stories from given two decimal place number sentences. decimals using number lines. Subtract one to two decimals from a Pupil model subtraction of 3. addition of any two to four b) who. c) tenths and hundredths. a) decimal fraction iii. decimals) ii.hundred squares. c) mixed decimals. and subtract decimal numbers NUMBER b) mixed decimals. b) hundredths. Write types of decimals: c) tenths and hundredths. Subtract decimals up to two decimal of one decimal place involving decimals using number lines 9 DECIMAL decimal place.e number and decimals. Add any two to four decimals of one Compare decimals using 8 3.e number and decimals. DECIMALS 3. b) hundredths. through number sentences in c) whole numbers and decimals (mixed the vertical form. Understand and use the a) one decimal place decimals using diene’s TO DECIMAL vocabulary related to b) two decimal place bloks. Name and write decimals with Introduces the concept of 7 3. Convert fraction to decimals of b) mixed decimals a) tenths.

Multiply decimals up to two i. iii. iv. iv. Understand and use the i. DECIMALS 5. DECIMALS 4. number sentences. one-digit whole number. decimals 12 3. Divide decimals of one decimal place by Pupil model division of DECIMAL decimal places by a whole a) a one-digit whole number. money 5. 100 and 1000 Pupil create stories from given iii. Divide decimals of two decimal place by by the long division method. Read and write the value of money up to Show different combination of RM 10 000 vocabulary related to RM 10 000. Subtract money from up to RM 10 000 involving money by writing money in real life. DIVISION OF 1. Solve problems involving division of decimals 13 4. and divide decimal numbers ii. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES 10 3. Multiply any decimal of two decimal place vertical form. Divide decimals by a whole number with the dividend value of up to two decimal Pupil create stories from given place. b) 10. Use and apply knowledge of ii. iii. MULTIPLICATION 1. Divide money with dividend not more than RM 10 000 . MONEY TO i. notes and coin. Solve problems involving multiplication of number sentences. MONEY 5. MONEY RM 10 000 2. Add money up to RM 10 000 Perform basic operations 4. decimals using number lines NUMBER number. with a) a one-digit number b) 10. Multiply money to the highest product of number sentences in the RM 10 000 vertical and horizontal form. Multiply any decimal of one decimal place Pupil model multiplication of OF DECIMAL decimal places with a whole with decimals using number lines NUMBER number a) a one-digit number and multiply decimal numbers b) 10. 100 and 1000 using number sentences in the ii. MONEY TO 1. Divide decimals up to two i.

Read a calendar ii. a) hours to minutes a) hours to minutes. Convert:. ii. and vice versa c) Years to months. reading the calendar. i. addition and subtraction involving money number sentences in the up to RM 10 000 vertical vi. 5. Pupils convert time. the 5. c) minutes to hours and c) minutes to hours and minutes.and vice minutes versa. TIME SCHEDULE 1. and vice versa d) Hours to days. MONEY TO 2. Understand. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES -Perform mixed operations 14 4.Solve problems involving money of up to . and horizontal . Round of money to the nearest “ringgit”. Perform mixed operation involving involving money by writing RM 10 000 money in real life. Use and apply knowledge of v. ii. Construct. TIME 1. MONEY 5. a) years to days. Extract information from a calendar Arrange in sequence. TIME 2. TIME SCHEDULE 2. Construct a simple schedule. TIME 2. look for time relationships OF TIME of time a) 1 day = 24 hours. read and extract information Pupil gather information to from a simple schedule. Convert time from:. b) 1 year= 365/366 days. and vice versa. construct a simple schedule. and write in hours and minutes WRITING TIME time in hours and minutes. i. c) 1 decade= 10 years. State the relationship between units of Pupils explore the calendar to BETWEEN UNITS relationship between units time:. between years and days. clock. Pupils convert units of time. 16 5. i. iii. Write time in hours and minutes according using analog clock and digital to the 12-hours system. Understand the i. and vice versa b) hours and minutes to b) hours and minutes to minutes. Read time in hours and minutes according Teacher introduce how to read 15 5. READING AND 1. RELATIONSHIP 3. vii. TIME 3. and vice versa b) decade to years. read and write to the 12-hour system.Pupil create stories from RM 10 000 given number sentences. Solve simple real life problems involving months of a year. and vice minutes versa .

BASIC 1. a schedule in b) prayer schedule. e) decades. a) hours and minutes. Divide time involving conversion of units with answers in compound units of:- a) hours and minutes. and divide time and convert OPERATIONS divide units of time. time to find the duration ii. a) hours and minutes. TIME DURATION 1. using number sentences in the b) years and months. i. Add. d) years. multiply 17 5. c) months. ii. Units of time INVOLVING TIME b) years and months. iv. 18 b) years and months. c) hours and minutes within a day and two consecutive live days. units of time. vertical form. b) hours. TIME 5. c) decades and years. Read and state the start and the end of Pupils extract information 19 5. Subtract time involving conversion of b) hours. b) years and months. subtract. c) decades and years. etc. c) bus schedule. c) decades and years. of time :- a) hours and minutes. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES i. Pupils create stories about c) decades and years. subtract. Use and apply knowledge of an event from a schedule. sucs as . . Multiply time involving conversion of Pupils perform basic units with answers in compound units of:. time from given number v. from schedule. Add time involving conversion of units Pupils add. iii. TIME 4. a) minutes. multiply and with answers in compound units of:. units with answers in compound units of:. a) minutes. Calculate the duration of an event from a) class time-table. operations involving time a) hours and minutes. b) years and months. involve c) decades and years. Solve problems involving basic operations sentences.

The LENGTH standard units. using units of:- a) milimetre. duration of an event. TIME 5. record lengths of objects. RELATIONSHIPS 1. TIME DURATION 1. a) metre rule. Measure and record lengths of object c) measuring tape. State the relationship between Pupils convert units of length. Estimate the lengths of objects in :- a) milimetre. MEASURING 1. b) small ruler. measure lengths. iii. length. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES 5. 21 b) metre. Write measurement of length to the following tools are used to nearest scales of lenth division for :. c) centimeter and milimetre. b) centimeter and milimetre. i. Solve problems involving conversion of involving measyrement of units of length. . a) centimetre. i. LENGTH 2. Use and apply knowledge of iii. iv. 22 6. Read measurement of length using units Pupils measure. ii. from a given number sentence iii. read and 20 6. Convert units of length from. Understand the relationship centimeter and melimetre. c) metre and centimeter. ii. Calculate the start or the end of an Pupils model time on a time to find the duration event from a given duration of time and number line to determine the read the start or end of an event. b) metre and milimetre. OF LENGTH a) milimetres to centimeters and vice versa. LENGTH 1. BETWEEN UNITS between units of length. Pupils construct problems b) compound units to a unit. Measure lengths using of milimetre.

d) 24 6. ii. a) milimetre. 100 and 1000 from given number sentences. involving conversion of units in. iii. number sentences in the LENGTH b) metre and centimetre. Divide units of length. ii. conventional manner. multiplication and division INVOLVING a) one-digit number. and subtraction of length using INVOLVING a) milimetre. MASS 1 . i. LENGTH 3. kilogram and gram record masses of objects in ii. MEASURING 1. Add units of length. LENGTH 3. a) one-digit number. i. BASIC 2. Add and subtract length. Multiply and divide length. read and MASS standard units. 100 and 1000 conventional manner. Read measurement of masses to the kilograms and grams using nearest scales division of kilograms and weighing scale. using number sentences in the LENGTH b) 10. grams. . Measure of masses using in units of Pupils measure. involving conversion Pupils demonstrate addition OPERATIONS of units in. Estimate the masses of objects using kilograms and grams. 25 7. Solve problems involving basic operation on length. Multiply units of length. Subtract units of length. involving Pupils demonstrate OPERATIONS conversion of units by. BASIC 1. b) metre and centimetre. iii. Measure mass using i. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES 23 6. involving conversion of units by. Pupils create stories of length b) 10. c) centimeter and milimetre. c) centimeter and milimetre.

in the conventional manner. a) Kilograms to grams. MASS 3. ii. conventional manner. with multiplication involving mass INVOLVING MASS a) one-digit number. involving mass in the a) kilograms. MASS 3. Add and subtract involving i. Understand the relationship i. 100 and 1000. RELATIONSHIP 1. c) kilograms and grams. Solve problems involving basic operation technique. b) 10. Multiply mass involving conversion of Pupils demonstrate OPERATIONS of mass. Multiply and divide units i. d) 27 7. multiplication involving mass a) one-digit number. Divide mass involving conversion of Pupils demonstrate units. 100 and 1000. involving mass in the OPERATIONS units of mass a) kilograms. b) grams. OF MASS b) Kilograms and grams to grams. Subtract mass involving units of mass in. BETWEEN UNITS between units of mass. in the conventional manner. c) Kilograms and grams to kilograms Pupils demonstrate addition 26 7. Convert units of mass from Pupils convert units of mass. units. Pupil pose problems from a given sentences involving mass . c) kilograms and grams. BASIC 2. with mass. INVOLVING MASS b) grams. BASIC 1. conventional manner. MASS 2. b) 10. using the long division iii. Pupils demonstrate subtraction ii. Add mass involving units of mass in. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES 7.

c) litre and mililitre. Understand the relationship i. b) mililitre. involving volume in the LIQUID OPERATIONS units of volume a) litre. e) i. iv. record volume of liquid in LIQUID standard units. conventional manner. VOLUME OF 1. MEASURING 1. BASIC 1. Pupils demonstrate subtraction LIQUID ii. conventional manner. Estimate volume of liquid by iii. Write measurement of volume of liquid litres and mililitres using to the nearest scales of tenth division beakers. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES 28 8. . read and LIQUID VOLUME OF volume of liquid using litres and mililitres. Convert unit of volume from Pupils construct problems for LIQUID BETWEEN UNITS between units of volume of a) litres to mililitres. 29 8. RELATIONSHIP 1. Add volume of liquid involving conversion Pupils demonstrate addition 30 8. VOLUME OF 3. b) mililitre. techniques. Measure and compare i. Read measurement of volume of liquid in Pupils measure. measuring cylinders. Measure and record the volume of liquid halving or doubling in litres and mililitres. VOLUME OF 2. b) mililitres to litres. for a) litre. VOLUME OF c) litre and mililitre. given measurement of volume. INVOLVING b) mililitre. Add and subtract involving of units in. d) litres and mililitres to mililitres. Subtract volume of liquid involving involving volume in the conversion of units in. LIQUID c) litres and mililitres to litres. Estimate the volume of liquid in litres and mililitres. conversion of units from a OF VOLUME OF liquid. a) litre. ii.

volume of liquid in the INVOLVING a) one-digit number conventional manner. volume of liquids from given number sentences. Pupils measure the perimeter ANDSPACE DIMENSIONAL related to perimeter a) square. paper. b) rectangle. suggested measuring tools. Multiply and divide involving i. ii. d) 34 9. LIQUID YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES 8. a) square. LIQUID iii. a) rectangle. Solve problems involving volume of Pupils create stories about liquids. b) Square. ii. Understand the figure i. Multiply and divide involving ii. Measure and record the perimeter of a 33 a) square. TWO 2. BASIC 2. 100 and 1000. SHAPE AND 1. VOLUME OF 3. 32 9. Identify the dimensions of a Pupils compare using a grid SPACE DIMENSIONAL related to area. Understand the figure i. Compare squares with a unit square. Identify the sides of a. VOLUME OF 3. SHAPES b) rectangle. c) triangle. SHAPE 1. Divide volume of liquid involving Pupils demonstrate division of LIQUID OPERATIONS units of volume conversion of units by. of the figure given by using SHAPES b) rectangle. 100 and 1000. c) . VOLUME OF b) 10. 31 8. multiplication involving mass INVOLVING a) one-digit number in the conventional manner. c) triangle. Subtract volume of liquid involving Pupils demonstrate LIQUID OPERATIONS units of volume conversion of units by. TWO 1. BASIC 2. VOLUME OF b) 10.

Measure and record the dimensions of cubes and cuboids. picture to represent one unit or b) more than one unit. draw. Record and calculate the i. SHAPES shapes. Solve problems involving perimeter and area of 2-D shapes. SHAPE AND 2. DATA 1. THREE 2. pictograph. Measure and record the dimensions of Pupils calculate area using SPACE DIMENSIONAL area and perimeter 2-D squares and rectangles. b) cube. Compare with a cube unit. a) cuboid. formula. Calculate the area of squares and Area = length x breadth rectangles. formula. Draw pictograph. Uses horizontal and vertical 37 10. Draw nets of cuboids from a c) given set of measurements. iii. making comparison and finding the total quantity. ii. THREE 1. SPACE DIMENSIONAL and cuboids. Solve problems involving volume of cubes Length x breadth x heigth SHAPES and cuboids. Use the same HANDLING pictograph a) one unit. i. Identify the dimensions of cubes and Draw 3-D shapes from given SPACE DIMENSIONAL cubes and cuboids. Understand the volume of i. Involve counting activities to show numbers or quantities. . Find the volume for cubes cuboids. ii. Represent data by a pictograph. iii. TWO 3. more than one unit. YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 4 SUGGESTED TEACHING WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES AND LEARNING Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : ACTIVITIES 36 9. PICTOGRAPH 1. SHAPES ii. 35 9. cuboids. Recognise a pictograph that represents. Use other measurements to iii. Recognise and draw i. SHAPE AND 2. measurements. ii. SHAPE AND 1. Calculate the volume of cubes and Pupils calculate area using 9.

and vertical bar graphs. b) vertical bar graphs. the same bar graphs to ii. Prepared by : www.blogspot.com . PKBS iv. Use bar graphs. read and draw a) horizontal bar graphs. iii. Recognise. i. Express the difference between a represent one unit or more horizontal and a vertical bar graphs than one unit. Involve counting activities to b) vertical bar graphs. v. show numbers or quantities. based on the axis. Teacher displays horizontal 38 1. Interpret data from the bar graphs. making comparison and finding the total quantity.2 a) horizontal bar graphs. Build:- Sem. Pupil read bar graphs. Recognise:. Tabulate data from data sources.cegulin. BAR GRAPHS 1.