ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRIMARY 3 SECOND TERM LESSON NOTE / SCHEME OF WORK

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRIMARY 3 SECOND TERM LESSON NOTE / SCHEME OF WORK

Week: One

Class: Basic Three

Topic: Comprehension (Dibia and the zebra crossing)

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to;

  1. write answers to questions based on a passage.

  2. read simple passages effectively.

  3. skim simple passages for main ideas.

Instructional material/Reference material:Learn Africa Basic English Language UBE edition for primary schools

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : Students are familiar with comprehension passage and have read a good number of them

Content:

Dibia and the zebra crossing

Dibia goes to school on foot every day. Before he  gets to school, he crosses a very busy highway. Dibia is a very careful boy.He uses the zebra crossing to cross the busy highway. He does not want to be knocked down by a car, bus, or motorcyclist.

At a zebra crossing Dibia waits, looks right, looks left, and looks right again.  When vehicles have stopped, he quickly walks across the road. Where there is a pedestrian bridge, he uses it. He does not walk under the bridge to cross the road. If there is no zebra crossing or pedestrian bridge, Dibia asks grown-up people to help him cross the road safely.

Evaluation:

Answer the following questions correctly

1 Does Dibia go to school every day by bus or on foot?

2 What does he do before he gets to school?

3 How does he cross the road?

4 Why is he careful in crossing the road?

5 In what other ways can we cross the road safely?

Week: Two

Class: Basic Three

Topic: Story reading (The boy who had courage)

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to;

  1. read selected stories on their own.

  2. retell the stories.

Instructional material/Reference material:Learn Africa Basic English Language UBE edition for primary schools

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : Students have learnt how to read from their previous lesson

Content:

The boy who had courage

One day, thieves came to a big house near our village. They came in the middle of the night and hid their car in a bush. They went into the house and told everybody to lie down. They stole many things: a radio, a television set, and all the money in the house.A boy lived in a little house near the big house. He had heard a sound that woke him up. He looked out and saw the thieves, but they did not see him. He ran out to call for help. He ran quietly along a bush path to call the villagers. They all came back with him quietly and hid in the bush. When the villagers saw the thieves’ car, four of them pushed it gently through the bush to the chief’s house.

Later, the thieves came out with all the things they had stolen. They wanted to get away but they could not find their car. The villagers then pounced on them and began to beat them. They took the thieves to the chief’s house. They got back all the things the thieves had stolen and the villagers were very happy that they had caught the thieves. They carried the boy high on their shoulders and said, ‘You are our hero!’ In the morning, they took the thieves to the police station

Evaluation:

  1. Write out the meaning of the following words from the story read

  2. Gently b. Thief c. Village     d. House    e. Hero

  3. Read a story on “education “

Week: Three.

Class: Basic Three

Topic: Event description

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to;

  1. Describe a simple event or a natural disaster and explain the probable cause (s) of such event.

  2. pick out important features of the event with emphasis on the causes.

Instructional material/Reference material:Learn Africa Basic English Language  UBE edition for primary schools

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : Students are familiar with various events happening around them

Content:

Below is a description of a terrible rainstorm witnessed by a student

A terrible rainstorm

A rainstorm wreaked havoc on Ilugun community one day. On that day, the Sun was hot. There was heat. People sat under the big trees for air. The green leaves had turned brown. The soil burned like an oven. Everybody in the community was looking forward to the first rain of the year.

Suddenly, there was a cloud in the sky and the people were expecting a refreshing time from the rain. The women brought out bowls of different sizes to collect rain water. The cloud gathered for some hours and the whole community was in darkness.

Later, there was a terrible wind that blew heavily across the community. In a little time, it became so violent that what started as a mere wind grew to become a,

storm blowing off the roofs of so many houses and pulling down parts of the wall. It blew off windows and doors of many other houses. There was fear among the people.

Then there was rain. It fell as it had never fallen before. For hours, it poured down heavily and washed away houses and farm produce. Trees were uprooted and there was erosion everywhere. Then the rain became lighter, but it went on from day to day without a stop. After the rain, the people came out to see the terrible effects of the rainstorm on their community. The rainstorm had damaged their small but peaceful environment.

Evaluation:

  1. Write a composition of not more than 100 words about a disaster that happened recently in Nigeria

Week: Four

Class: Basic Three

Topic: Vocabulary

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to;

  1. substitute words in poems.

  2. explains the relationship between words.

  3. develop new words.

Instructional material/Reference material:Learn Africa Basic English Language  UBE edition for primary schools

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : Students are familiar with the meaning of vocabulary

Content:

A trip to the zoo

Come along, come along

On a trip to the zoo.

We’ll see chattering chimpanzees

And a kangaroo or two

And a black and white zebra taking a drink

And a pretty-maned lion.

And who else do you think?

A spotted giraffe

Plucking leaves from a tree.

Come along to the zoo

And see them with me.

 (by Helen H Moore)

Evaluation:

  1. Read a poem of Mary and pat and substitute words where possible in the poem

  2. Give the opposites of the underlined words.

1 Dangote was born poor.

  1. He had an early interest in business.

  2. Dangote has a natural ability for business.

  3. His company is the largest industrial group in Nigeria.

5 His business concern includes food processing, cement manufacturing, and  freight.

  1. The following are scattered arranged them to form a meaningful word

  2. ubsy b. ngol c. moce    d. drea    e. aptr

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