ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 11)



ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 11)

WEEK: ELEVEN
TOPIC/CONTENTS:

Reading: reading to identify facts and opinions

Read the passage and identify facts and opinions
Select passage on the merits of exclusive breastfeeding for infants”. Or any relevant passage

Activity One:

The teacher guides students to read the selected material and opinions in the selected passage. Students answer questions to demonstrate an understanding of the passage

Learning resources: selected passage.

Writing: writing outlines

From a selected passage highlight:
Main and supporting ideas Arrangement of ideas in a logical sequence

Introduction and conclusion.

Listening and speaking: consonants

Activity Two

Teacher exemplifies outlines using the passage
Students identify main and supporting ideas arrange ideas in a logical sequence and write

appropriate introduction and conclusion.
Learning resources: model essays, passages etc.

Listening and speaking: consonants

Introducing consonant clusters
Identify clusters from the selected passages.
E.g. I) two consonants= maps, hand

Ii) three consonants = ants, camps masks Iii) four consonants = prompts, exempts

Activity Three




The teacher leads students to identify clusters from the selected passage
Students identify clusters from given words

Learning resources. Word strips, passages

Grammar/ structure: classifying adjectives

Identify classes of adjectives e.g.
Colour adjectives-
She has light brown hair It was a bright green hat. Compound adjectives:

A grey-haired man A part-time job etc.

Activity Four

The teacher leads students to identify classes of adjectives from given passage
Student make sentences from examples give by the teacher Learning resources: charts, passages

Literature: poetry

Selected poems or text Identify meaning, themes, and language used.

Activity Five:

The teacher guides students to read and identify meaning and themes in poem read.
Students practice extensively with various poems

Learning resources: poetry text.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 10)



ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 10)

WEEK: TEN
TOPIC/CONTENTS:

Reading: reading to understand purpose

– Identify the purpose of writer from the use of certain expressions/keywords.
– Select passage on the contemporary issue: eg inflation, corruption.

Activity One:

The teacher guides students to identify keywords expressions to the author’s intention in the selected passage.

Students answer teachers question on how to identify the author’s intention in s selected passage

Students practice extensively using varied materials presented by the teacher
Learning resources: textbooks, selected passages.

Writing: Letter writing: A letter to your father describing your school.

– Identify the type of letter
– List features of the type of letter
– Write letter a model format

Activity Two:

The teacher leads students to identify the type and features of the letter Students write a letter to their father describing school Learning resources: Sample letters, textbooks, etc.

Listening and speaking : consonants /k/ and /g/

Identify words containing sound e.g.
/k/ chemistry, kerosene, cattle

/g/ girl, goat, gun. Produce sound in isolation and in context.

Activity Three:




Teacher guides students to produce sound in context and in isolation
Students give additional words containing sounds
Learning resources: recorded materials, charts.

Grammar/ structure: verb: transitive and intransitive

Transitive verbs: can take a direct object:- the men love their children
Intransitive verbs: take no object- the situation improved.

Make sentences using transitive and intransitive verbs

Activity Four:

– Teacher guides students to identify transitive and intransitive verbs from given passages.
– Students practice using transitive and intransitive verbs to make sentences
– Learning resources: selected passages, charts, etc.

Literature: Prose

Discussion of themes, plot, and setting of a literature text.

Activity Five:

– Teacher and students discuss themes, plot setting of selected text.
– Students answer questions, are asked to bring out plot, themes and setting of texts.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 9)



ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 9)

WEEK: NINE
TOPIC/CONTENTS:

Reading: identify meaning of words in context.

Read selected passage Use context to explain meaning of words
Give alternative words to target words

Activity One:

Teacher guides students to discover meaning of words through dues provided by surrounding words Students list other possible words that fit the context Learning resources: course books

Writing: guided composition

Select topic for writing Generate ideas for introduction, body Write a draft

Activity Two




Teacher presents several topics for students to choose from Teacher leads students in generating ideas for composition Students produce a draft. Learning resources.

Listening and speaking: consonant /n/and/ŋ/

Words containing sounds e.g.
/n/ twenty, nonsense, ninth.

/ŋ/ song, bank, spanked. Produced sound in context

Activity Three

Teacher guides students to produce sound in context and in isolation
Students give other words containing sound
Learning resources: recorded and in isolation

materials, charts.

Grammar / structure: verb: irregular verb

Categories of irregular verbs
Have the same form:

In finitive




Past tense

Past participle

cost

cost

Cost

Cut

cut

cut

have two past tense past participle:
infinitive past tense
past participle burn burned/burnt burned/burnt

Spoil spoiled/spoilt spoiled/ spoilt etc.

Activity Four

Teacher explains the various categories of irregular verbs Teacher guides student to identify various categories in a given passage

Students provide other words that full in same categories Learning resources: charts, passage etc

Literature : drama

Read selected drama text and identify themes , setting, plot, characterization

Activity Five

Teacher leads students to read a play and discuss themes, setting, plot, characterization
Students write play and act Learning resources: drama texts.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 2)



ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 2)

WEEK: TWO
TOPIC/CONTENTS:

Reading

Understanding the writer‟s purpose in a passage e.g. to irritate, annoy, please and entertain.

Activity One

Teacher to guide students to identify expressions to indicate the author‟s intention
Teacher to guide students to identify keywords that point to author‟s intentions

Students to use varied materials for practice and answer questions on how to identify author‟s intentions

Teaching / learning resources, e.g. poems, prose etc.

Writing (an outline)

Arrangement of ideas in logical sequence, write appropriate introduction and effective conclusion.

Activity Two




Teacher to lead the students to identify and re- arrange all the ideas produced in logical sequence.

Students to produce a draft:- introduction, body and conclusion Review the draft (edit and amend).

Listening and speaking.

Revision of sounds:- Consonants:-t, g, k
Give phonetic symbols and word containing same symbols.
/t/:- telephone, seat, settle.

Activity Three

The teacher to lead students to produce consonant sounds in context
Students to produce consonant sounds in isolation

The teacher to give words for students to identify consonant clusters
Teaching/ learning resources:-

flash cards, substitution table etc.

Grammatical Accuracy (VERBS)

Identification of verbs in given passages (from the text or story) as value orientation or any relevant passage.

i). identify features of verbs ii). Identify functions of verbs e.g. express action.

Activity Four

Passages to be read to the students that have words/ register to do with value orientation

Students to identify features of part of speech taught
Teacher leads the students to identify function of parts of speech taught.

Teaching / learning resources:- relevant passages, text etc.

Literature

Short stories/ novelettes based on road crashed or any relevant story/ passage.

Activity Five

1. The students to identify type of prose
2. The teacher guides the students to discuss the features of the story e.g. plot, characterization, theme

3. Students to answer the questions on the story read
4. Teaching/ learning resources:- relevant materials etc.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 3)



ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS2 FIRST TERM TOPICS/PLAN (WEEK 3)

WEEK: THREE
TOPIC/CONTENTS:

Reading

Reading for meanings of words in various context through
Clues provided by surrounding words.

Activity one

– Teacher leads students to read selected passages and use surrounding words/ sentences to explain meaning of targets words – Teacher explains that sounds of some words can signal meaning – Students use context to figure out the meaning of words

– Teaching/ learning resources:- course work, various passages etc.

Writing (composition)

Types of composition – Narrative
– Identify a narrative composition

– Steps in composition writing
1. Introduction
2. Body

3. Conclusion

Activity Two

Teacher leads students to identify elements of narrative composition writing
use selected topics to illustrate narrative composition Students to write a narrative essay.

Listening and Speaking.

Vowel sounds: – /i/ and /i:/ identify contrast in sounds identify words containing sounds in the beginning, middle and end of word e.g.

/i/:- sit, sip giggle.

Activity Three




– Teacher guides students produce sounds in context and in isolation.
– Students to identify contrast in the two vowel sounds
– Learning resources:- flash cards and charts.

Grammatical accuracy

Adjectives
Identification of adjectives from given passage – gender issues
Identify features of adjectives
Identify functions of adjective eg quality noun/ pronoun
Make sentences with adjectives.

Activity Four

-Teacher leads students to identify functions / features of adjectives
-Students make sentences with adjectives

-Students identify adjectives in given sentences
-Teaching / learning resources- use charts, sentence strips

literature

Folktale:- Nigerian and African folktales.
Identify features:- didactic, entertaining, magical, riddles etc

Activity Five

– Teacher narrates Nigerian and African folktales to students
– Teacher lead them to identify features

– Students dramatize folk tales Students to identify moral lessons.
– Teaching/ learning resources:- relevant literature and supplementary literature.etc.

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