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These lesson notes cover the following topics for SS1 First, Second and Third Term English Language:
|1||General Revision of Last Term’s Examination; Review of the word class-Parts of Speech- Noun, Pronoun, Verb and Adjective. Spelling; Doubling of Consonants|
|2||Comprehension, Reading Skills; Word Meanings in Context- Unit 3, pages 54-55
Structure: Introduction to Phrasal Verbs; More on Parts of Speech- Adverb, Conjunction and Preposition.
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Libraries.
|3||Essay Writing: Types of Essays ;Speech Work: Monophthongs; Idioms
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Entertainment.
|4||Comprehension/ Reading Skills: Skimming and Scanning- Unit 4. Vocabulary Development: Agriculture.
Structure: Noun Phrase and Verb Phrase
Spelling: Words Commonly Misspelt; Unified Test.
|5||Structure: Kinds of Sentences- Simple, Multiple, Compound, Complex and Compound-Complex
Essay Writing: Expository- “Honesty is the Best Legacy”
Vocabulary Development: Stock Exchange and Insurance.
|6||Comprehension/Oral Skills- Pages 86-87: Figures of Speech- Simile, Metaphor, Irony, Personification and Rhetorical Question. Structure: Adverbial Clause
Essay Writing: Descriptive
Speech Work: Diphthongs.
|7||Structures: Learning about Noun Clause; Vocabulary Development: Transportation- Aviation, Rail, Road and Maritime.
Speech Work: Introduction to Consonant Sounds
Essay Writing: More on Narrative- A story that ends with,“It Pays to be Hard-working”.
|8||Comprehension/ Reading Skills- Page 60. More on Consonant Sounds
Structure: Adjectival Clause. Argumentative- “Patriotism Enhances the Growth of a Nation”
|9||Comprehension / Reading Skills: Introduction to Answering Comprehension Questions
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Religion.
Speech Work: Stress.
|10||Comprehension and Writing Skills: Vocabulary Development: Introduction to Summary Writing
Spelling: Prefixes and Suffixes
Structure: Adverbial and Prepositional Phrase
|11||Vocabulary Development: Registers of Judiciary. Essay Writing: Informal letter- “A letter to the sister who plans to divorce her husband advising her against the decision”
Structure: Definite and Indefinite Articles
Speech Work: More on Consonants.
- Effective English Book .1-Michael Montgomery et al.
- Countdown English – O. Ogunsanwo et al.
- Goodbye to Failure in English, Book 3 Ken Mebele et al.
- Communication in English – Blessing Dupe el al.
1 Revision of Last Term Work and Exams
Homographs: Words that are Spelled the Same. More on Spellings
2 Comprehension/Listening Skills-Listening to Grasp the Main Points- Unit 6 Section C- Page 111
Structure, Present Tense -Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous.
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Government and Politics.
3 Comprehension: Comprehending Word. Unit 6 Section A Page 104 on ‘Beauty’ Meanings in Context.
Structure: Auxiliaries, “will and would”,
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Photography
4 Essay writing: Formal Letter, speech work: Contrasting /Ɵ/and /ᵭ/ \ Ɵ\ and/t/ /d/
and /d/, Structure: Participle-Present and Past – Unified Test.
5 Comprehension/ Writing Skill, Answering Summary Questions.
Structure: Auxiliaries-”shall” and “should”.
Essay Writing: Descriptive- The Evil Effect of Peer Pressure.
6 Comprehension –Unit 8-Yvonne and Yvette- Pages 139-142
Vocabulary Development- Printing and Mass-media .
Structure:‘can and could’.Words Commonly Misspell,TheUse ofDictionary
7 Comprehension- Group Work on Oral and Written TV Interviews, Structure: Past Tense, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous.
Comprehension/Writing Skills, Paraphrasing a Passage.
Essay Writing: Various Methods of Introducing Writings
8 Essay writing: More on Argumentative “Child Abuse” Who is to be Blamed, Government or Parents?
Vocabulary /Development: Words Associated with Religion.
Structure: Future Tense: Simple Future Continuous etc
9 Comprehension – Unit 7 Passage C Pages 125-126.Speech Work: Introduction Syllable Spelling: Homophones: Words that sounds alike.
Structure Punctuation: Question Mark, Apostrophe and Exclamation Mark.
10 Speech work: Introduction to Stress, essay writing:Writing Minutes of Meetings
Structure: Punctuation-Full Stop, Comma, Dash, Colon, Semi Colon, and quotation marks
11 Revision and Exams.
Effective English Book 1- Michael Montgomery et al.
Countdown English- O. Ogunsanwo et al.
Goodbye to Failure- Blessing Dupe at al
|Revision of Last Term’s Work and Examination
Comprehension- Reading to grasp word meanings in various contexts.
Commonly Misspelt Words
The Use of Dictionary
|Practical Approach to Summary Writing
Comprehension: Reading for the main point. “Beauty”
Vocabulary Development: Advertising
Structure: Adjuncts: explanation and Examples
Writing: Narrative Essay: Explanation, Features and Outline of a topic
|Comprehension: Fishing in Hausa Land, page 227, Effective English
Summary Writing: A Sample Passage, page 152-153.
Vocabulary Development: Words associated with home and family life.
Writing: Expository Essay: Explanation, Features and Outline of a topic
Structure: Introduction to Clauses.
|Essay Writing: More on formal letter.
Speech Work: Rhymes
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Government and Politics.
|Comprehension / Reading Skills: More on Skimming and Scanning.
Speech work: Diphthongs /ei/ and /ai/
Structure: Conjuncts and Disjuncts.
|Structures: Plural forms of Nouns and Compound Nouns.
Speech work: Words of two syllables which are stressed on the first or second syllables
Essay Writing: Story Writing- A story which illustrates the saying- It is a man’s world”
|Comprehension and Reading Skills: Reading for leisure
Writing: Semi Formal Letter: Explanation and Features
Sentence Structure and formation.
Spelling: Dropping (e) and retaining (e)
|Comprehension; Summarizing in a specified number of sentences
Speech Work: Homophones
Structure: Functions of comparatives.
Vocabulary Development: Sports and Entertainment.
|Comprehension/Reading Skills: Identifying statutory topic, theme and key sentences of a passage. Vocabulary Development: Words associated with journalism and advertising. Structure: Antonyms as words opposite in meaning and nearly opposite in meaning.
Informal Letter Writing: Explanation and Features
|Comprehension/Speaking skill. Speech work: contrasting /i/ and /i: /. Essay writing: Argumentative – Indiscipline is Responsible for the Poor Performances of Students in Examinations’
Structure: Pronoun references to the three Persons in English
|Comprehension: Summarizing in a specified number of words. Vocabulary Development: Words associated with Building. Structure: synonyms: words nearest in meaning|
|Revision and Examination|