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These lesson notes cover the following topics for JSS2 First, Second and Third Term English Language:
Grammar: Revision of parts of speech: Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs and Ajective
Composition: Informal Letter
Literature – in – English: Introduction to Fiction and non fiction
SPEECH WORK: The Schwce sound / /
Grammar: Expressing/describing emotions(Verb+ preposition)
Reading and comprehension: purpose
Composition: Informal Letter
Literature – in – English: Poetry
SPEECH WORK: Stress and Intonation
Grammar: Adverbs of Frequency
Composition: Writing a Story
Literature – in – English: Reading of recommended prose text
SPEECH WORK: Consonant /3/ and /d3/
Grammar: Changing positive statement to negative
Reading and comprehension: critical reading:
Literature in English: Introduction to rhyme scheme
SPEECH WORK: consonant sounds/d/,/0/,/z/
Grammar: Modal forms–will,can,could,etc
Reading and comprehension: reading to identify the meanings of words in various contexts
Composition: Revisit the formal and informal letter
Literature – in – English: Use the recommended text on Drama (ii) Theme/setting in the recommended text
SPEECH WORK: Contrasting /3:/ and /c/
Grammar: Adjectives and Adverbs
Reading and comprehension: reading to identify the facts and opinions in a given passage
Composition: Formal Letter
Literature – in – English: use recommended text on Drama, (ii) characterization and plot in the recommended text
SPEECH WORK: The consonant sound // and // (contrastion)
Grammar: Adverbs of place and manner
Reading and comprehension – reading to explain the facts and opinions in a selected passage
Literature – in – English: Rhyme scheme
SPEECH WORK: the consonant
Grammar: Idiomatic expression
Reading and comprehension: refer for week 6
Composition: descriptive essay – My favourite Subject
Literature – in – English: Revision
SPEECH WORKS: The consonant sound /w/ and /j/
Grammar: Adverbs of cause and reason
Reading and comprehension: A revision of week 4
Literature – in – English: Revision of the recommended text (ii) Revision on literary terms
12 – 13
- Revision of last term’s examination. Comprehension/Vocabulary Development- Revision of prefixes, English Structure, Expressing exception using except, except for, but, apart from, without, e.g. (a) we are all students apart from John (b) everyone was present but for my friend. Composition- Narrative essay “My most memorable day”Speech work– consonants /o/ and /t/ e.g. thin, tin, thick, tick, Literature-In-English-use recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary development (suffixes – noun derivations: -ness, -ment, -er, ship- action, -ant, -hood,-al e.g. mildness, friendship, inhabitant, etc.), English structure – conjunctions, Composition – report writing– “the school’s Inter- house sports” Speech work – consonant contrast /t/, /s/ e.g. thumb, sum, mouth, mouse, path, pass, etc, Literature-In-English – use recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary development (suffixes – verb derivations:- -ify, -ize, -en, e.g. popularize, dignify, lighten)- English structure interjections, Composition – article writing, Speech work – consonant contrast /s/, /z/ e.g. mission, vision, pressure, pleasure, etc, Literature-In-English – use of recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary development (suffixes – adjective derivations:- -ful, -ment, -al, -less, -ish, -ive, e.ggrateful, intentional, faithless, childish, attentive)- English structure–question tags, Composition– informal letter e.g. “A letter to a friend” Speech work – Nasal sounds /m/, /n/, /g/ e.g. man, nap, song, Literature-In-English – use of recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary development (word associated with value of judgment e.g. delicious, unpleasant etc)- English structure – Personal and possessive pronouns, Composition – Formal letter – “A letter of invitation to a programme” Speech work – vowels /i/ and /i:/, Literature-In-English, recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary Development (Words associated with moral appraisal e.g. callous, generous, faithful etc)- English Structure – reflexive and relative pronouns, Composition – Expository essay “Why students fail examinations” Speech Work – Vowels /a:/ and /z/ e.g. bath, birth, arm, earn, farm, firm etc, Literature-In-English, Use recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary Development (synonyms – words similar in meaning/context to holy e.g pious, religious, godly, God fearing etc)- English Structure – indefinite and reciprocal pronouns, Composition – Descriptive essay – “My Schools inter-house sports” Speech Work – Vowels / /, / :/ and / / e.g cot, court, come, Literature-In-English – use recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary Development (Synonyms– words similar in meaning/context to active e.g. Agile, energetic, quick, dynamic etc)- English Structure, Demonstrative Pronouns, Composition, Argumentative essay “Teachers are better than farmers in a society” Speech Work – Vowels /u/, and /u:/ e.g. pull, pool, soup, sue etc. Literature-In-English – use recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary Development (Synonyms – words similar in meaning/context to callous e.g. unsympathetic, unfeeling etc)- English Structure – active voice e.g. I bought the dog, my parent bought my books.Composition, Expository writing (story writing), Background/ introduction, Speech Work – Vowels / / e.g. among,
above, about etc, Literature-In-English – use recommended text.
- Comprehension/Vocabulary Development (Synonyms – words similar in meaning/context to law e.g. rule, regulation, legislation etc)- Structure passive voice e.g. the dog was bought by me, my books were bought by my parents, Composition expository writing proper (story writing ii) – (choose a relevant topic), Speech Work – revise the diphthongs, Literature-In-English – (use recommended text).
11-12. Revision and Examination
- Examination (cont’d).
- Speechwork: Revision of Vowel Sounds
Grammar: Revision of Parts of Speech
Reading: Writing to Understand the Writer’s Purpose Unit 1, The Hippopotamus Part 1
Writing: Writing an Outline for a Narrative
Essay – How I spent My Last Holiday
Literature in English: Figures of Speech: Alliteration, Personification, Irony, Paradox, Hyperbole
- Speechwork: Revision of Consonant Sounds with Emphasis on Consonant Cluster.
Grammar: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
Reading: The Hippopotamus part 2 (continuation)
Writing: Descriptive Essay: Writing an Outline on a Place of Interest I visited.
- Speechwork: Vowel Contrast – /iә/ and /eә/.
Grammar: More on Active Voice and Passive Voice.
Reading: Identification of Words that Pointto the Writer’s Intention: The Process of Growing Rice
Vocabulary Development: Word Families – In the Hospital page 93
Writing: Elements of Composition
- Speechwork: Vowel Contrast /әu/ and /au/
Grammar: More on Tenses (Present, Past, Future)
Reading: Critical Reading: Planting page 39-40
Vocabulary Development: The Armed Forces
Writing: Descriptive Essay – A Local Festival
- Speechwork: Review of Consonant Sounds /t/,/d/,/k/,/g/,/p/,/ b/.
Grammar: Present Tense Aspects
Reading: To Identify the Meanings of Words in Various Contexts: Broadcasting Page 53-54
Vocabulary Development: Religion
Writing: Review of the Format of Formal and Informal Letters
- Speechwork: Contrasting /p/ and /t/
Grammar: Past Tense Aspects
Reading: The Lorry Trip page 79-80
Vocabulary Development; Register of Sports.
Writing: Narrative Essay: A Frightening Experience
- Speechwork: Consonant Contrast /f/ and /v/
Reading: Okonkwo page 92-93
Vocabulary Development: Journalism
Writing: Informal Letter: A Letter to Your Father on Why You Like Your New School.
Literature: More on Figures of Speech: Onomatopoeia, Personification, Antithesis, Euphemism, Apostrophe, Oxymoron.
- Speechwork: Consonant Contrast: /l/ and /r/
Grammar: Making Requests and Commands page 94
Writing: Descriptive Essay: My Favourite Teacher
- Speechwork: Consonant /h/
Direct and Indirect Speech
Writing: Formal Letter: A Letter of Invitation