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This lesson note covers the following topics for SS3 First Term English Language:
1 Revision of Last Term’s Examination:
Spelling: British and American English
Basic Differences as Reflected in Common Words.
2 Comprehension: Prostration, Page 22
Vocabulary Development, Festivals, Page 24
Structure: Review of Noun Phrases and Noun Clauses,
Adjectival Phrases and Adjectival Clauses.
Writing: Review of Narrative and Descriptive Essays
3 Speech Work: Review of Sentence Intonation Patterns.
Writing: Argumentative Essay: “The Home Is Responsible for the Unruly Behaviour of Teenagers in the Society”
Comprehension: Government, Page 37
Summary: Party Systems, Page 38
4 Comprehension: Business, Page 86
Vocabulary Development: Business, Page 88
Speech Work: Monophthongs and Diphthongs
5 Essay Writing: Formal and Informal Letters.
Summary: Novel Extract, Page 53
Structure: Adverbs and Adverbials
6 Comprehension: Irrigation, Page 111
Vocabulary Development: Page 113
Structure: Sequence of Tenses.
Speech Work: Clusters of Two Consonants Which Occur Initially and Finally.
7 Comprehension: Novel Extract, Page 48
Vocabulary Development: Page 50
Writing, Article: “The Good Effects of Accountability and Transparency”
Figures of Speech
8 Comprehension: Law Enforcement, Page 63
Vocabulary Development: Justice Delayed, Page 64
Structure: Lexical and Auxiliary Verbs
Speech Work: More on Consonants
9 Comprehension: Law and Order, Page 78
Vocabulary Development: Justice, Page 77
Structure: More on Modals
Writing: More on Report Writing
10 Comprehension: Addition, Page 98
Vocabulary Development: Addition, Page 100
Speech Work: Stress in Words of Seven Syllables and in Compound Words.
- Effective English for Senior Secondary
- Schools, Book 3 by Montgomery, et al
- Countdown to English by Ogunsanwo, et al
- Oral English for Schools and colleges by Sam Onuigbo
- Advanced Learners Dictionary
- Past Questions in English Language