Lagos State Scheme of work for Secondary School Jss 2 – Edudelight.com
Jss 2 Scheme of work for English Language
Week 1:Revision of vowels
Vowels / / /I /, /I / / and /a:/
The parts of speech/Negative statements Vocabulary associated with health Reading comprehension (to understand the writer’s purpose)
Prose: The meaning and type’s chapters 1 and II of text book
Week 2: Falling and rising intonation in statements.
Yes/No questions and tag questions Words associated with health Guided composition-writing title, using capital letters and punctuation Chapters 3, 4 and 5
Week 3:Vowels / / / / u: / and /u /
Nouns and plural nouns Vocabulary associated with administrative setting
Countable and uncountable nouns Chapters 6,7, and 8
Week 4: Consonants /m/ / / / / and /r/
Words associated with administrative setting
Continuous writing – linkers The themes characters and plot of the novel
Week 5: Intonation patterns in commands and questions
Wh – questions
Reading to indentify the meanings of words in various
Contexts, facts, opinion
What is drama, different forms , elements and dramatic devices Vowels / / / / / /
Words associated with banking/religion Poetry – some poetic devices, types of poem
and the poem, the land of unease
Week 7:Consonants /h/ / w / and / j/
Reading for speed, facts and meanings of words in various contexts
Reporting statements Drama.
Jss 2 Scheme of work for English Studies First Term – Modified 1
SPEECH WORK: Listening/Speaking
Revision of pure vowel sounds
Grammar: Revision of parts of speech: Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs and Ajective
Composition: Writing and outline for a Narrative Essay – How I spent My last Holiday
Literature – in – English: Revisit
Features of Prose (setting, theme, characterization) (ii) Figure of speech: Alliteration, personification (Revision of last term’s work)
SPEECH WORK: Revision of consonant sound with emphasis on consonant clusters Grammar: transitive and intransitive verbs Reading and comprehension: purpose Composition: Descriptive Essay. Writing an outline on “A place of interest I visited” Literature – in – English: use the recommended text on prose
SPEECH WORK: Listening and speaking – the /lə/ sound (ear, clear, hear)
Grammar: More on active and passive voice
Reading and comprehension: identification of words that points to the writer’s intention on contemporary issues like corruption
Vocabulary Development: Word families – in the hospital
Composition: Elements of composition: Pre – writing, writing, editing body and conclusion. Literature – in – English features of folk tales
SPEECH WORK: The /əʊ/ sound (go, blow, mow, know)
Grammar: More on tenses (present, past and future)
Reading and comprehension: critical reading: Meaning and sleeps of critical. Vocabulary development Word families: A police officers job
SPEECH WORK: Revision of consonant sount (t, d, k, g)
Grammar: The present continuous tenses.
Reading and comprehension: reading to identify the meanings of words in various contexts (ii) Word families: A place of worship
Composition: Revisit the formal and informal letter Literature – in – English: Use the recommended text on Drama (ii) Theme/setting in the recommended text
SPEECH WORK: Contrasting /p/ and /t/ (pan, tan, promotion)
Grammar: The past perfect Tense
Reading and comprehension: reading to identify the facts and opinions in a given passage vocabulary development: The language of sports.
Composition: Narrative Essay: What I do everyday Literature – in – English: use recommended text on Drama, (ii) characterization and plot in the recommended text.
SPEECH WORK: The consonant sound /f/ and /v/ (contrastion) vampire, favour, vanish, famish)
Grammar: making sentences with conjunctions
Reading and comprehension – reading to explain the facts and opinions in a selected passage
Voc. Dev: Word families: Journalism
Composition: A letter to you father on way you like your new school Literature – in – English: Differntiating between a novella, a novelette and a novel (ii) More on figures of speech: Onomatopoeia and personification
SPEECH WORK: the consonant
Grammar: making request using will, could, may…..
Reading and comprehension: refer for week 2
Composition: descriptive essay – My favourite Teacher Literature – in – English: retell a folk tale and explain its theme
SPEECH WORKS: The consonant sound /h/
Grammar: direct and indirect speechless
Reading and comprehension: A revision of week 4
Composition: formal letter- A letter of invitation (as a guest speaker) Literature – in – English: Revision of the recommended text (ii) Revision on literary terms
Jss 2 Scheme of work for English Studies First term – Modified II
Speechwork: Revision of Vowel Sounds
Grammar: Revision of Parts of Speech
Reading: Writing to Understand the Writer’s Purpose Unit 1, The Hippopotamus Part 1
Writing: Writing an Outline for a Narrative
Essay – How I spent My Last Holiday
Literature in English: Figures of Speech: Alliteration, Personification, Irony, Paradox, Hyperbole
- Speechwork: Revision of Consonant Sounds with Emphasis on Consonant Cluster.
Grammar: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
Reading: The Hippopotamus part 2 (continuation)
Writing: Descriptive Essay: Writing an Outline on a Place of Interest I visited.
- Speechwork: Vowel Contrast – /iә/ and /eә/.
Grammar: More on Active Voice and Passive Voice.
Reading: Identification of Words that Pointto the Writer’s Intention: The Process of Growing Rice
Vocabulary Development: Word Families – In the Hospital page 93
Writing: Elements of Composition
- Speechwork: Vowel Contrast /әu/ and /au/
Grammar: More on Tenses (Present, Past, Future)
Reading: Critical Reading: Planting page 39-40
Vocabulary Development: The Armed Forces
Writing: Descriptive Essay – A Local Festival
- Speechwork: Review of Consonant Sounds /t/,/d/,/k/,/g/,/p/,/ b/.
Grammar: Present Tense Aspects
Reading: To Identify the Meanings of Words in Various Contexts: Broadcasting Page 53-54
Vocabulary Development: Religion
Writing: Review of the Format of Formal and Informal Letters
- Speechwork: Contrasting /p/ and /t/
Grammar: Past Tense Aspects
Reading: The Lorry Trip page 79-80
Vocabulary Development; Register of Sports.
Writing: Narrative Essay: A Frightening Experience
- Speechwork: Consonant Contrast /f/ and /v/
Reading: Okonkwo page 92-93
Vocabulary Development: Journalism
Writing: Informal Letter: A Letter to Your Father on Why You Like Your New School.
Literature: More on Figures of Speech: Onomatopoeia, Personification, Antithesis, Euphemism, Apostrophe, Oxymoron.
- Speechwork: Consonant Contrast: /l/ and /r/
Grammar: Making Requests and Commands page 94
Writing: Descriptive Essay: My Favourite Teacher
- Speechwork: Consonant /h/
Direct and Indirect Speech
Writing: Formal Letter: A Letter of Invitation