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Primary 6 English is designed to equip the pupils with various aspects in the English language needed for their common entrance examination and it will also prepare them for the more advanced topics they will be taught in JSS 1. 

In this class, the pupils will be taught how to improve their communication skills; proper pronunciation comprehension, clear expression, and writing skills: writing involving different texts, like formal and informal letters, essays and author biographies etc.  

At the end of the academic session, the pupils should be able to describe English sounds and pronounce English words accurately, apply appropriate stress and intonations on words and statements to convey meaningful messages, discuss word formation in relation to synonyms and antonyms, use word associated with transportation in appropriate context et

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Primary 6 First Term Scheme of Work for English Studies

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEMES
OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS
English Studies Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 6
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 6
 SUBJECTEnglish Studies
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1
Speech work:
Revision intonation practice
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. engage in dialogue and conversation using
appropriate intonations;
ii. read words that change meaning and pronunciation
with different stress;
iii. read sentences that change meaning depending up
to stress intonation.
Structure: Revision on verb form
i. finite verbs
ii. Infinite verbs
iii. Regular verbs/Irregular verbs
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be;
i. identifying verb forms
ii. make accurate sentences using the different verb
forms they identify
iii. differentiate among various verb forms.
Reading:
Revision: Passages that encourage
vocabulary development.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. read the given passage to understanding.
2. identify and discuss new words.
3. use new words in making sentences.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words:
grapes, zealous, core, reprimand, bacterial, eradicate,
hygiene, absorbent.
Writing: Narrative Composition
-How I spent my last holiday
By the end of thc lesson pupils should be able to:
i. explain the three elements of a narrative
ii. Highlight the key or attracted scenes, places,
events etc in holiday
iii. write an essay in not less than 150 words about how
they spent their holiday.
2
Speech work:
Aural Discrimination of the vowels
/t:/ and // one, warm
Ja:i and PJ
Lark, part- lock, pot
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. draw the contrast between the sounds
ii. identity and distinctively pronounce the vowel
sounds
iii use each word having the sounds in sentence.
Structure: Finding words in a
simple dictionary or long list
(extract from passage read)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. categorize words in alphabetical order.
ii. use the guide words given at the top of each page on
a dictionary to search for specific words
iii. determine other information about a given word
from the dictionary
Reading: Non-Fiction passageBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify difficult words from the passage
ii. write the meaning of the identified words and use
them in another meaningful sentence.
iii. demonstrate how each word is applicable to the
issues in the passage,
iv. develop answers from the passage to the given
passage.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to: Learn the following words:
self-quarantine, synergy, distancing, Isolation,
pandemic, virtual, remote, internet, contaminate,
incubation, immune, support.
Writing: Introduction ParagraphsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify the main point of the essay.
ii. paraphrase the identified points in a short and
precise manner.
iii. write an introductory paragraph on any given topic
3
Speech work: Aural Discrimination
of consonant sounds. /t/ and //
tin – thin,
/l/ and Ir/
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify and pronounce consonant sounds /t/ and
/0/, /l/ and /r/, /s/ and /h/.
ii. write the words containing the sounds.
iii. contrast between the consonant sounds respectively.
iv. develop meaningful sentences with the pairs of
sounds.
Word Formation: Synonyms
Beautiful – pretty
Large – big
Small – tiny
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define synonyms;
ii. identify the synonyms of given words.
iii. use the words and synonyms correctly in sentence.
Reading:
Passages on selected stories.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. read the passage independently aloud/
ii. identify unfamiliar words in the given passage.
iii. pronounce the identified words correctly and give
their meaning using their dictionary.
iv. establish relationship between the main ideas and
the supporting ideas.
v. infer meaning of implied information in the passage.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to:
i. learn the following words: destination, organic,
healthy, wealth, accessible, environment, waste, clean,
household, capacity.
Writing :Middie ParagraphAt the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. create basic paragraph outlines that include a topic
sentence.
ii. develop the three supporting details of middle
paragraph.
iii. formulate three complete topic sentences, and
three complete sentences as supporting details.
Supplementary readingBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. share with other pupils the story read.
ii. discuss lessons learnt from the book.
iii. relate events in the story to their personal lives.
4
Speech work:
Intonation practice on command
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. use expression with appropriate stress placement
ii. make telephone conversation with a distinct stress
on a different word each times
iii. label the stressed and unstressed word in each
sentence they practice.
Structure:
Word formation-
Antonyms for example:
Narrow — wide
Good – evil
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. define antonyms
ii. produce the antonyms of any given words.
iii. use the words and antonyms correctly in sentence
Reading: Passage on Means of
Transportation
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify words related to transportation from the
passage
ii. inaugurate the relationship between the topic
sentence and the main idea in a given passage.
iii. answer questions correctly form the given passage.
iv. affix contextual meanings to new words generate
from the given passage.
v. demonstrate how each word is applicable to the
means of transportation .
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words:
Inspiration, millennium, zealous, syndicate, judge,
pandemic, epitome, vein blur, print
Writing: Conclusion ParagraphsBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. construct a good concluding paragraph in order to
drive the purpose of the composition home.
5
Speech work: Intonation practice
on Questions and statements
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. use yes/no questions tend to have rising
intonation/pitch at the end.
ii. answer why and how questions tends to have falling
intonation/pitch at the end.
iii. make statements with falling intonations / pitch on
the last syllable of the sentence
Structure: Review of verb forms.By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. differentiate types of verb in relation to time;
ii. apply the various verb forms previously learnt
appropriately in sentences.
iii. identify the various verb forms use in each sentence.
Reading:
Passage on an accident or an event.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify words related to accident or an event.
ii. inaugurate the liaison between the topic sentence
and the main ideas in a given passage
iii. read independently and answer questions from the
given passage.
iv. affix correspondent meanings to new words generate
from the given passage
v. demonstrate how each word is related to an accident
or an event.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words:
compensate, inheritance, heritage, hostile, bereave,
agitate, strike, labour, asylum, empress
Writing: Simple composition
introductory, middle and
concluding paragraphs
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. write a well-developed composition effectively
highlighting the: introductory, middle and concluding
paragraph
Grammar:
Review of indirect speech:
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define indirect speech
ii. identify indirect speech as used in any passage.
iii. use appropriately, punctuation, omit all quotation
marks end the sentence with full stop.
iv. use pronouns appropriately
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words.
Audit, broadcast, fade documentary, feature,
scene anchor, illustration, animation theater.
Writing: Narrative writing:
giving an eye witness account of an
event.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define narrative writing; types, elements and
examples
ii. use appropriate verbs and linking words in writing;
iii. compose a narrative writing on any given topic.
Supplementary readingBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. share with other pupils the story read.
ii. discuss lessons learnt from the book.
iii. relate events in the story to their personal lives.
6
Speech Work: Use of intonation to
distinguish between command,
question and statement
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. distinguish between command, question and
statement
ii. use the correct intonation while giving command
iii. use correct intonation while asking questions in use
the correct intonation while making statement
respectively.
Reading: Reading formal letterBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recognize features of a formal letter after reading it
ii. deduce the important point from the letter
iii. answer any question about the contact of the letter
Grammar: Direct SpeechBy the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define direct speech
ii. identify a direct speech as use in any sentence or
passage
iii. use appropraite punctuations like the quotation
mark(“”) correctly
iv. choose appropraite reporting verb
Dictation for the weekBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. Situation
ii. Understanding
iii. Possible
iv. Corridor
v. Behavior
vi. Compromise
vii. Structure
viii. Contacts
ix. Negotiations
x. Present
Writing: Formal lettersBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. list the features of a formal letter. (a) heading, body,
address etc.
ii. apply these features to write their own letters.
iii. identify the essentials of a formal letter and apply it
in any given letter writing exercise
Supplementary readingBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. share with other pupils the story read.
ii. discuss lesson learnt from the book.
iii. relate events in the story to their personal life.
7MID TERM
8
Speech Work: Reporting incidentsBy the end of the lesson, learners should be able to:
i. makes a verbal report or incidents.
ii. demonstrate good speech habits of clear
pronunciation, correct stress and intonation
iii. give account of event in a logical order and vividly.
Reading:
Passage on national values.
By the end of the lesson, learners should be able to:
i. analysethe passage clearly,
ii. identify difficult words from the passage.
iii. demonstrate the importance of the national value
the passage addresses.
iv. answer questions attached to the passage.
Grammar: Review of indirect
speech
By the end of the lesson, learners should be able to:
i. define indirect speech
ii. identify indirect speech as used in any passage
iii. use appropraite punctuation, omit all quotation
mark, end the sentence with full stop
iv. use pronouns appropraitely
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words.
Audit, broacast, fade, documentary, feature,
scene anchor, illustration, animation theatre
9
Writing: Narrative writing:
giving an eye witness account of an
event.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define narrative writing; types, elements and
examples
ii. use appropriate verbs and linking words in writing;
iii. compose a narrative writing on any given topic.
Spelling: Dictation for the week.Pupils are guided to: Learn the following words:
allergy, cardiac, epidemic, hormone, infection, potent,
obesity, squat, therapy, vulnerable
Writing: Formal letterBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. name the features of a formal letter.
ii. write formal letters using all the feature, listed.
iii. write various formal letters to suit different
situations.
10Revision 
11Examination 

Primary 6 Second Term Scheme of Work for English Studies

 CLASSPrimary/Basic 6
 SUBJECTEnglish Studies
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1
Speech work: Revision
-Aural discrimination of
diphthongs, for instant
/ou/ and/au/ as in ‘know’ and ‘cow’
/ei/ and /e:/ as in ‘been’ and ‘bare’
/i:/ and /e/ as in there’ and ‘ hair’
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. distinguish between the sounds;
ii. draw contrast between the duo sounds when used in
words;
iii. construct reasonable sentences using the words to
bring out their meaning.
Reading: passage on use of
vocabulary for example, passage on
modern medicine, moral
qualification
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. read and comprehend the passage;
ii. recognize new words from the passage;
iii. inaugurate the liaison between the topic sentence
and the main ideas in a given passage ;
iv. affix contextual meaning to new words generate.
from the given passage
v. demonstrate how each word is applicable to modern
medicine, moral, qualities etc.
Structures: Word formation
Adjective from nouns(revision)
E.g. courage-courageous
Tragedy-tragic
Storm-stormy
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. revise the meaning of adjectives and nouns;
ii. formulate adjectives from noun correctly;
iii. use the formulated adjectives and nouns adequately
in sentences; iv. infer functions of adjectives;
iv. explain the method of formulating adjectives from
noun.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words:
Critique, indigenous, disc, virus, proclaim, antics,
hilarious, fantasy, bare, magnanimous
Writing:
Informal letter on the last holiday
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. cite and describe the features of an informal letter;
ii. survey the style and pattern of sentence structure;
iii. write an informal letter on the given topic,
Writing technical manuals
– keeping a diary
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. recognize a diary and state its purpose,
ii. identify the features of a diary entry,
iii write a daily diary entry for one week
2
Speech Work
– Pronunciation of mono and
bi- syllable words For example:
‘cat;, ‘dog’, ‘car’, ‘sky’
(mono-syllabic)
‘Ho-tel , ‘Po-em’,
‘cho-rus’k
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recognize mono and bisyllabic words;
ii. particularize the differences between mono and
bi-syllabic words;
iii. pronounce words having mono and bi-syllabic
words respectively.
Reading :A PlayBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
i. Read a drama passage/piece
ii. Role play the characters in the drama passage
iii. Identify some features of drama
iv. Bring out the moral lesson from the drama passage.
Stucture: Word formation
– Nouns from adjectives.
For examples: holiness- holy
Dimness-dizzy
Smartness-smart
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. create nouns from adjectives
ii. recognize the suffix required to change adjectives to
nouns;
iii. make reasonable sentences with the nouns generate
from the adjectives.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided learn the following words:
Rebel, Investigate, Argue, Pollute, Incubator, Dazzle
Mentor, Odor, Maggot
Writng : A PlayBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. idenW the features of a play, for example:
characterization, dialogue, plot, setting and so forth.
ii. wite a play on their own of not less than three
characters on any interesting theme (topic) of their
choice.
3
Speech Works:
participating in a short play.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. memorize parts of drama presentation;
ii. play roles assigned to them;
iii. act short plays effectively.
Structure Work: homonyms
– for example:
table advice-guidance Advise
-recommended
Ail – to suffer poor health
Ale -a beverage.
By the end of the lesson, pupil should be able to:
i. explain what homonyms are;
ii. compute examples of homonyms;
iii. use the homonyms in sentences to bring out their
meaning
Reaching: A passage on an
argumentative essay topic
(Democratic or military rule,
The teacher and the learner,
Village or town school).
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) read the given passage with understanding
ii) recognize the key points in the passage;
iii) answer questions on the passage correctly.
Dictation for the weekPupils should be guided to learn the following words
conflict, dispute, personality altercation, unity,
harmony, situation, exchange, pitch, pleasant
Writing:
Argumentative Essay, for example:
science does more harm to
humanity than good
By the end of this lesson, student should be able to:
i) define argumentative essay
ii) develop an outline for an argumentative essay
introductory paragraph body paragraph conclusion
iii) write in favor of or against any given argumentative
topic
iv) Present an argument verbally.
Supplementary Reading.By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) share with other pupils the story read;
ii) discuss lessons learnt from the book;
iii) relate events in the story to their personal lives
4Speech Work: pronunciation of
polysyllabic words with the
stress and intonation, for example:
Rægis-tra-tion
Sa-tu-a-tion
Dup-li-ca-tion

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) recognize poly syllabic words;
ii) put stress on the right syllable;
iii) recognize the stressed and unstressed syllable in
polysylabic words; pronounce poly syllabic words
correctly.
5
Reading: A newspaper
(recognizing the features of a
newspaper such as headlines,
captions, key words, graphics,
pictures and so on)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) read newspaper articles with understanding;
ii) scan and skim newspaper on obtain useful
information or get general ideas;
iii) share information from news paper read;
iv) answer questions correctly on article read.
Structure:SimileBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. define simile
ii. compare things in respect for what they share in
common
iii. identify similes in sentences use similes correctly
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words
Bulletin, diary, gazette, period, magazine, community,
press, paper, ledger, review.
Writing: Technical
Manuals Keeping a diary
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recognize a diary and state its purpose;
ii. identify the features of a diary entry;
iii. write a daily diary entry for one week.
Writing an expository
essay.
Composition(strategies for safe water, water audits uses)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. develop good expository composition on given topic
ii. use finding from their re-search to support the points
they are making, express themselves clearly to share
information
6
Speech Work: Guided speech
Making in topics such as why we
should recycle, how we can save
water, what to do to protect our
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) use the appropriate format in making speeches on
different occasions;
ii) use appropriate register for the occasion;
iii) make verbal speeches with clear pronunciation,
correct stress and intonation.
Structure: Similes and Metaphors
She is as black as a cola (simile)
she is a coal ( metaphor)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) define simile and metaphor respectively
ii) construct sentences with simile and metaphor
iii) turn simile into metaphor
Reading:
Passage on Drug use and
consequences consumer Education
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) read the passage with understanding:
ii) explain the consequences of lack of consumer
education;
iii) answer comprehension question on the passage.
Dictation for the weekPupils are guided to learn the following words:
Infection, supreme, castigate, Severe, encounter, infer,
guest, insect, burst, hectic.
Writing: Expository Composition
Effects of Normal and excessive
use of drugs, drug use and abuse
By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i) define an expository essay and describe its features;
ii) use findings from their research to discuss the topic
or ally;
iii) express themselves clearly to share information;
iv) compose and write an essay on the give topic.
Supplementary readingBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;
i) share with other pupils the story read.
ii) discuss lesson learnt from the book
iii) relate events in the story to their personal life.
7MID TERM ACTIVITIES
8
Speech work:
Guided speech makings-
vote of thanks
By the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
l) speak in public using appropriate register,
ii) use the appropriate format for the speech,
iii) demonstrate good speech habits of clear
pronunciation , correct stress and intonation
Reading: Passage on important
topics in nature
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
l) read and obtain useful information from the passage.
Grammar: word formation:
Verbs from adjectives for example : Glad-gladden Dark-darkness
Wide-widen
By the end of the lesson, learners should be able to
i.) form verbs from adjectives Recognize the suffix(es)
used ‘enl, ‘ness’
ii.) use the formed verb and the adjective in sentence to
slow their meaning and uses
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words;
gratitude, truth, mood, chance, deed, toward, ability
bosom, slight, annoying
Writing: Technical manuals
– completing an application form
By the of the lesson leamers should be able to:
I. identify an application form and its features
(a) Bio-data
(b) Personal information;
ii. state the purpose of the form;
iii. fill a model form appropriately.
Audio visual
Sample application form Charts showing features of a form Web resources
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
l. share with other pupils the story they read
ii. discuss lesson learnt from the book
iii. relate events in the story to their personal lives

9
Speech Work: Intonation practice
on dialogue and conversation
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) use intonation stress and pronounce sentences
correctly;
ii) engage in the give and take dialogue;
iii) recognize variation of the noun to suggest
understanding;
iv) identify and summarize the main points.
Structure:
Use of Idiomatic expressions
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) recognize the difference between the literal use and
idiomatic use of language;
ii. list some idiomatic expression and their meanings;
iii) use some idiomatic expression in sentences,
A reading passage on a dialogue
(A telephone conversation)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) read passage with understanding;
ii. role play the characteristics in the passage
iii) explain the behavior of characters in the passage
and predict their future.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words:
Contrast, suitable, Width, tape, lullaby, approve, survey,
incubator, bereave, savages locate.
Writing: DialogueBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recognize the format of a dialogue;
ii, write a dialogue taking note of the give and take
(talk and response) pattern involved; role play the
character in the dialogue.
10
Speech Work Pronunciation
practice with shifting stresses.
Forexample:
History/Historical
Science/Scientific
Electric/Electrical
Botany/Botanical
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) pronounce given words using the correct stress;
ii) recognize the stressed and unstressed syllables.
iii) generate more words having stressed and
unstressed syllables
Structure: AdverbsBy the end of the lesson learners should be able to:
i) develop a definition of the roie/function of adverbs;
ii) recognize adverbs in sentences and distinguish them
from other parts of speech;
iii) recognize type of adverbs and the questions they
answer;
iv) construct sentences correctly with given adverbs.
Reading: Passage on records or
obsnable study cf a particular
animal, thing and so on.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
l) read and understand the passage;
ii) recognize the subject matter of the passage;
iii) extract the necessary information from the passage;
iv) answer questions on the passage correctly.
Dictation for the weekPupils are guided to learn the following words;
Aware, notice, concern, regard, watch, thought,
attention, adhere, happen, change
Writing:
Recording observations
By the end of the lesson,
i) observe a process (an animal, insect, object, food)
using all senses;
ii) take notes of what they observe;
iii) write down their notes into well organized
paragraph with a labeled drawing

Primary 6 Third Term Scheme of Work for English Studies

 CLASSPrimary/Basic 6
 SUBJECTEnglish Studies
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1
SPEECH WORK:
Review-pronunciation practice on
bi and polysyllabic words.
For example: pilot, dentist, forest,
building (bisyllabic) and harmonica
photography, democracy, miscible
(poly-syllabic).
By the end of the lesson, learners should be able to;
l) identify bi and polysyllabic words
ii) put stress on the right syllable;
iii) identify the stressed and unstressed sylables;
iv) pronounce the words correctly.
Structure: Review of direct and
indirect speech
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) use direct and indirect speech orally and in writing.
ii) change direct speech to indirect speech effectively
iii) change indirect speech to d i re ct speech effectively
iv) recognize and explain the changes that take place.
Comprehension: passege on
UNICEF, NAFDAC or any other
consumer protection agencies
By the end of the lesson, learners should be able to:
i) read and understand the passage
ii) extract information from the passage;
a) full name of said agency
b)function cfsaid agency
c)date of establishmenl of said agency and so on.
iii. answer comprehension questions on the passage.
Dictation for the weekPupils should be guided 10 learn the following words:
Rights. exploitation, law, awareness, package, present,
consumer, act, share, assessing.
Working: Pictures story
(concept of points)
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) identify the features/content of pictures or graphics;
ii) locate the information from the pictures graphics;
iii) write down the information in wellorganized
paragraphs.
2
Speech work:
Expressing wishes and supposition
for example: I wish I was in Ibadan
I wish I hed bicycle I were rich,
I would give every beggar some
money
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. express wishes and suppositions clearly and correctly;
ii. use the correct speech rhythm for both;
iii. give as many examples as possible orally.
Structure: Futher practice on
comparison of Adverbs
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recognize the positive, comparative and superlative
degrees of regular adverbs;
ii. recognize the position, comparative and superlative
degrees (forms) of the irregular adverbs;
iii. distinguish the two types of adverbs in comparison.
Comprehension: A biographyBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. read the passage with understanding;
ii. identify the features and organization of the passage;
iii. locate information from the passage;
iv. provide answers to the questions attached to the
passage.
Dictation of the weekLearners should be able to spell correctly the following
words Groan, together, shoulder, view, squeeze, deflate,
huge, draft, final, panic
Writing: A biographyBy the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
i. explain what biography is;
ii. describe a person or thing so that everybody will
readily recognize him or it;
iii. write a well paragraphed biography on any given
person or thing.
3
Speech work:
Giving Formal speeches
-valedictory speech
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. speak in public using the appropriate registers;
ii. use the appropriate format in speech making;
iii. express themselves orally using correct stress and
intonation;
iv. demonstrate good speech habits to clear
pronunciation.
Structure: Main clause modal
‘if for example if I am lazy ,
my mother will be angry
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. recognized the conditional clause with modal ‘if in
sentences;
ii. identify the main clause and subordinate
(conditional) clause;
iii. give their own example of the clause using them in
sentences.
Comprehension: Passage on
Graduation/Prize Giving
Day valedictory Day
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. read the passage with understanding
ii. obtain useful information from the passage;
iii. share information with others;
iv. answer questions on the passage.
Dictation for the weekPupils should be guided b learn the following words
embezzlement, obituary, ovulation, phobia, valedictory,
politics, enlarge , germ, public, brutal
Writing: Valedictory SpeechBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. recognize the features of a speech for example:
topic, introduction, body (the main point) and the
conclusion;
ii. write an outline of their ideas;
iii. develop the outline (draft) into a good speech
putting the features into consideration.
Supplementary readingBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
i. share with others the story they read;
ii. discuss lesson learnt from the book;
iii. related event in the story to their personal lives
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Speech work:
Oral comprehension on ‘Myself
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. introduce themselves appropriately;
ii. speak about themselves giving the appropriate
information;
iii. use the correct intonation, stress and rhythm pattern
in expression
Structures:
Intensifiers; for example very,
so too, quite, greatly, really
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. explain what intensifiers are;
ii. identify intensifiers;
iii. formulate a meaningful sentences using the
intensifiers correctly.
Reading: AutobiographyBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
Read the passage with understanding;
i. identify the features and organization of the passage;
ii. locate information from the passage;
iii. provide answers to the questions raised from the
passage.
Dictation for the weekPupils are to be guided to learn the following words:
Livestock, nursery, stream, shelter, harvest, implement,
diagram substances, allocate, evidence
Writing:
An auto-Biography
By the end of the lesson, pupils are to be able to:
i. explain autobiography;
ii. observe closely the structures and content of an
auto-biography;
iii. write their own life history.
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Speech work: speaking at interviewBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) express themselves clearly during the stimulated
interviews;
ii) identify the important of good morals and behavior
pattern at an interviews;
iii) answer simple questions at stimulated interview
fluently;
iv) participate in class drama on interview.
Structure: Use of English
(Preposition of place)
By the end of the lesson,
i. recognize when each preposition is used;
ii. Search for more examples of sentence on web.
Reading:A passage on job interviewBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i) read the passage with understanding;
ii) obtain useful information from the passage;
iii)answer questions on the passage
Dictation for the weekPupils should be guided to learn the following words;
encounter, seizure, slavery, puppy, bulldozer, request,
bonus, channel, dial, and recharge.
Writing:
Further practice on informal letter
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
l) define an informal literacy;
ii) state categories of people, we write an informal letter
to orally;
iii) write an informal letter correctly.
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Reading: Passage on TourismBy the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. read the passage with understanding;
ii. recognize the purpose of reading the passage
iii. identify the main ideas in passage;
iv. answer questions on the passage
Dictation for the weekPupils are guided to learn the following words;
Epidemic, obsession, bully, bungalow, steward, recall,
select, reward, embrace, digital
Writing:
E-mail and Text message
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
i. identify what essential and non essential are;
ii. prepare e-mail and text message;
iii. send e-mail and text message.
7Midterm activity
8-11General RevisionGeneral Revision
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