English Language Scheme Of Work For SS1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE:

FIRST TERM:

DETAILED WORK:

WEEKS 2:

comprehension: Reading to comprehend main ideas or story lines.
Grammar: Nouns with the definite article.
Oral: Selected consonant sounds plosives /P/ /b/ etc. and affricates.

WEEKS 3:

Comprehension: Techniques on how to answer comprehension passages.
Lexis: Vocabulary associated with home and family.
Essay: Continuous writing—narrative

WEEKS 4:

Grammar: Noun phrase with definite article.
Oral: : Selected consonant sounds fricatives /s/ /z/, nasals /m/ /n/G kwa + w
Essay: Continuation of narrative.

WEEKS 5:

Comprehension: Reading to comprehend, supporting detail for example short prose passage.
Oral: Pure vowels = Introducing short and long vowels.
Lexis: Vocabulary associated with agriculture.

WEEKS 6:

Oral: Continuation of pure vowels.
Grammar: Countable and uncountable nouns.
Comprehension: Reading to comprehend supporting details e.g Newspapers and magazines.

WEEKS 7:

Lexis: Vocabulary associated with fishing.
Grammar: Countable and uncountable nouns continued.
Oral: Exercise on pure vowels.
Essay: Letter writing –– informal letter writing.

WEEKS 8:

Comprehension: Reading from the students text book.
Lexis: Vocabulary associated with animal husbandry.
Grammar: Exercise on countable and uncountable nouns.

WEEKS 9:

Essay: Continuous writing — Descriptive essay.
Grammar: Introduction to normalization of Adjectives.
Oral: Word stress — words of two syllables stressing on the first and second syllables.

WEEKS 10:

Comprehension: Reading selected passage to identify certain words and there contextual meaning.
Lexis: Words associated with traditional religion.
Essay: continuation of descriptive essay

SECOND TERM ENGLISH LANGUAGE:

DETAILED OF WORK:

WEEK 2:

Comprehension: Reading for Comprehension.
Grammar: Continuation of normalization of adjectives.
Oral: Words of three syllables stressed on first, second or third syllables.

WEEK 3:

Summary: Summary writing techniques.
Lexis: Words associated with traditional religion.
Essay: Continuation of informal letters.

WEEK 4:

Grammar: Introduction of normalization of verbs.
Oral: Words of four syllables stressed on first, second or third syllables.
Essay: Continuous writing Argumentative essay.

WEEK 5:

Comprehension: Reading from students text.
Oral: Continuation of pure vowels.
Lexis: Words associated with Christian religion.

WEEK 6:

Oral: Continuation of word stress.
Grammar: Continuation of normalization of verbs.
Comprehension: Reading from students text.

WEEK 7:

Lexis:: Words associated with Islamic religion.
Grammar: Pronouns — personal pronouns.
Essay: Semi formal letters.

WEEK 8:

Comprehension: Reading for Comprehension.
Lexis: Other expression associated with religion like converts, fanatic believers etc.
Grammar:: Regular verbs.

WEEK 9:

Essay: Continuation of Semi formal letters
Grammar: irregular verbs.
Oral: Continuation of word stress.

WEEK 10:

Summary: Summarizing a passage.
Lexis: Antonyms
Essay: Continuation of argumentative essay.

THIRD TERM ENGLISH LANGUAGE:

DETAILED OF WORK:

WEEK 2:

Comprehension: Reading for Comprehension.
Grammar: Complex tense form e.g present, perfect, continues etc.
Oral: Consonant charters

WEEK 3:

Comprehension: Reading to make notes.
Lexis: synonyms as words with the same meaning and nearly the same in meaning.
Essay: Continuation of formal letter.

WEEK 4:

Comprehension: Reading from students texts.
Oral: Continuation of intonation — The falling of tons.
Lexis: Words associated with professions.

WEEK 6:

Oral: Rhymes
Grammar: Phrasal verbs
Comprehension: Reading for Comprehension.

WEEK 7:

Lexis: Words associated with profession — Stock exchange.
>Essay: Speech writing.
Grammar: Continuation associated with disbelief and surprise.

WEEK 8:

Comprehension: Reading for Comprehension.
Lexis: Exercise on Antonyms.
Grammar: : Continuation of Phrasal verbs.

WEEK 9:

Essay: Continuous writing — Expository essay
Grammar: Adverbs
Oral: Continuation of Rhymes

WEEK 10:

Summary: Summarizing a passage
Lexis: Use of dictionary and and spelling of commonly misspelt words.
Grammar: Compound and complex sentences

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