FIRST TERM ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS 2

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SS2 FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE

WEEK 1            Revision of last term examination questions

WEEK 2-3        (a) Vocabulary /Oral skills development

Words Associated with Human internal Body system and function e.g heart, liver etc

  • Grammar (structural pattern)

Noun phrase. Functions ©Literacy skills (Reading and writing) Reading for main gist/points

WEEK 4-5        (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development

Words Association with health eg drugs, pills etc

  • Grammar (structural pattern)

Relative pronouns – Whom, whose, which, that, who © Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading and summarize an argument

WEEK 6-7      (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development

Words Associated with sport

  1. Names of major national games eg handball
  2. Words for sporting activities. Contest etc
  3. Venue for sport eg stadium
  4. Sports officials eg referee
  5. Games results eg winning (b) Grammar (structural pattern)

Nominalization

Parts of speech that is nominalized Adjectives, verbs

© Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading for summary Meaning of summary

Summarizing selected passages, reports and stories

WEEK 8-9      (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development

Words Associated with building and construction Meaning of building

Some words associated with buildings. Eg plumbing, plot, land etc

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Verb forms

Active verbs, passive verbs © Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading for note taking

Differences between note making and reading

Steps in effective note making

WEEK 10-11  (a) Vocabulary and Oral skills development

Words Associated with the environment Meaning of environment/types of environmental problems

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Introduction to sequence of tenses © Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading for implied meaning

Meaning of the implied word

Identifying the implied meanings of words and

sentences

SS2 FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE – MODIFIED I

WEEK 1

REVISION

WEEK 2

Word associated with human body system and function

  • Consonant clauses

Expository essay:- controlling HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

WEEK 3

Word associated with health

Consonant clauses Noun phrase and functions

WEEK 4

Relative pronouns

Summary writing Word associated with building and building construction

WEEK 5

Unstressed vowels sound Argumentative Essay:- should female circumcision should abolished or military rule is better than civilian rule

WEEK 6

Plural forms of nouns

Stress

WEEK 7

Test

WEEK 8

Adjectives and adverbs Expository Essay:- scientific writing on a report of an experiment carried out by a student or a laboratory report

WEEK 9

Complex sentences

Analysis of complex sentence Syllables

WEEK 10

Phrasal Verbs: Letter writing: features and format of a Formal letter

Week 11

REVISION

Week 12

EXAMINIATION

SS2 FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE – MODIFIED II

WEEK 1

Comprehension:Reading for Main Points

Structure: Revision on Nominalization of Adjectives and Verbs.

Speech Work: Review of Consonants Followed by /j/ and /u/ Sounds. Summary: Revision of the Features of Summary.

WEEK 2

(i) Comprehension – Learning about Main Ideas and Supporting Details Unit 1:

     Basketball, pg 19

(ii) Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with the Human Body System and Functions

(iii) Speech Work: Cluster of Two, Three and Four Consonants

(iv) Writing (Expository): Meaning, Features and Examples 

WEEK 3

  • (i) Comprehension: Reading to Follow Writer’s Ideas; Unit 2: Insurance, pg 33

(ii) Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Health e.g. diagnosis, contagious etc.

(iii) Structure: Noun Phrases: Meaning, Identification and Functions

WEEK 4

  • Summary (Reading to Summarise): NnamdiAzikwe,pg 26

Vocabulary Development – Words Associated with Building and Building

Construction.

Writing – (Narrative) Meaning, Features and Examples.

Structure – Relative Pronouns

WEEK 5

  • Comprehension Reading For Main Points – 2; Unit 4; Building,pg 66

Speech Work: Unstressed Vowel Sound /ə /

Writing (Argumentative) “Corruption Should be fought from the top to the bottom”

WEEK 6

  • Comprehension:Reading to Extract the Main Points from a Passage: Unit 6; On the Road pg 90

Structure: Sentence Types

Speech Work: Stress OfFour Syllable Words

Writing: Descriptive: “Valedictory Ceremony in My School”

WEEK 7

  • (i) Comprehension: Reading to Take Notes; Unit 7; Technology, pg 104

Structure: Adverb – Types (Manner, Place, Time, Frequency, Degree etc.)

Summary: Reading to Summarise an Argument

WEEK 8

  • Structure: Word Modifiers: Adjectives and Adverbs

Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Colours, Smell and Taste

Comprehension (Listening); Unit 8; Uganda’s National Resistance Army, pg 119

Writing: A Report

WEEK 9

  • Structure: Plural Forms of Nouns

Speech Work: Stress of Five Syllable Words

Writing – Creative Writing: Features of a Short Story.

Summary Writing – Identifying Topic Sentences: Agriculture; Technical Aid Corps Proposed for Africa.

WEEK 10

  1. Comprehension: Reading to Paraphrase a Prose Passage; Unit 5; Nazruddin, pg 80

Structure: Phrasal Verbs.

Writing: Features and Format of an Informal Letter.

WEEK 11

Revision

WEEK 12

Examination

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