SUBJECT: LITERACY (ENGLISH STUDIES)
TERM: THIRD TERM
WEEK: WEEK 5
CLASS: PRIMARY 4
DURATION: 40 MINUTES
TOPIC: MOVABLE ADVERBIAL PHRASE
At the end of this Module, Pupils should be able to know:
- Meaning Movable Adverbial Phrase
- How To Use Movable Adverbial Phrase
TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS
- Explanatory posters/pictures
- Explanatory Video
TEACHING AND LEARNING METHOD
- Questions and Answers.
- Universal Basic Education Curriculum.
- Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) Curriculum for primary schools.
- Lagos State English Studies Scheme of work
- Online Materials.
- English Studies for Primary Schools.
MOVABLE ADVERBIAL PHRASE
A Phrase is a group of words that does not make complete sense. Examples: coming to you, coming into, you are.
An Adverbial phrase tell when, where and how an action was done.
MOVABLE ADVERBIAL PHRASES are words that could be used at the beginning of a sentence and at the end of a sentence.
In Movable adverbial phrases comma is used when the adverbial phrase is at the beginning of a sentence. But when the adverbial phrase move to the end of a sentence, no comma is used.
See examples below.
EXAMPLES OF MOVABLE ADVERBIAL PHRASES
- In the corner, he sat.
He sat in the Corner
- At nine o’clock, my teacher came.
My teacher came at nine o’clock.
- Last year, he traveled.
He traveled last year.
- Yesterday, he took my pencil home.
He took my pencil home yesterday.
- Last week, Mrs. Kemi came to school.
Mrs. Kemi, came to school Last week.
- Over the fence, the thief Jumped.
- The thief jumped over the fence.
- The Teacher revises the previous lesson.
- The Teacher introduces the topic.
- The Teacher explains the lessons.
CONCLUSION: the teacher sum up the lesson.
- What is movable adverbial phrase?
- Give three examples of movable adverbial phrase.