SECOND TERM ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS 2

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SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE SS 2

WEEK 1 Revision of last term’s examination question papers

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

(Word modifiers)

Meaning of a word or phrase that describes a thing, an action, or an experience, eg Greenish, appetizing, bitter, rapidly, slowly monthly etc. eg “He slowly moved to the gate”

(b) Grammar (structural pattern)

Phrasal verbs = verbs with more than one particle Examples

Go + on, go + through, look + out for, look + down on, look + up to, look + forward to, put + for, put + up with, do + away with, keep + away from. Etc © Literacy Skills (Reading and writing)

Reading different materials to discover misleading

statements, faulty reasoning, inconsistency and illogicality in them.

WEEK 4-5 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development

Prefixes as word extension, making for new meaning. Eg un in unhealthy, Miss in misspell etc.

(b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Adjuncts = meaning

Adjuncts are adverbials modifying verbs Types of adjuncts eg place, manner, time etc © Literacy skills. (Reading and writing)

Reading to paraphrase poems and dramatic works

  1. Drama Theme/features
  2. Poetry Types of poetry

WEEK 6-7      (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development

Preservative prefixes Meaning of the word preserve (b) Grammar (Structural Pattern)

Complex sentences or structure Features of complex structure/sentence © Literacy skills (Reading and writing)

Reading to pick out topic sentences in paragraphs and longer passages.

WEEK 8-9 (a) Vocabulary and Oral Sills Development Suffixes

Meaning of a suffix and examples

(b) Vocabulary and Oracy Skills Development

Oral composition

Skills

  1. Narrative
  2. Descriptive

© Literacy Skills (reading and writing)

Reading for specific structural pattern on current issues like youth development, gender, deregulation, human rights, religious and ethnic conflicts etc.

WEEK 10-11  (a) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development

Spelling of words using the dictionary to check for correct spelling and meaning of words (b) Vocabulary and Oral Skills Development Oral Composition Expository Argumentative

© Literacy skills (reading and writing)

Expository essay Definition

Style/format, introduction, sequential, presentation of ideas and a conclusion

SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE SS 2 – MODIFIED I

WEEK ONE: REVISION

WEEK TWO:  COMPREHENSION, REGISTER- WORDS ASSOCIATED WITH PRESS,

                        STRUCTURE- PUNCTUATION MARKS.

WEEK THREE: ESSAY; FORMAL LETTER, STRUCTURE, SENTENCES: TYPES

                        (DECLARATIVE) , SPEECH WORK: INTONATION

WEEK FOUR:  ESSAY- INFORMAL LETTER, SPEECH WORK: FALLING TONE, WORDS

                        ASSOCIATED WITH ENVIRONMENT

WEEK FIVE: SUMMAMY WRITING, ANSWERING SUMMY QUESTIONS,

                        STRUCTURE- KIND OF PRONOUN, SPEECH WORK: RHYME SCHEME.

WEEK SIX:    COMPREHENSION/VOCABULARY: WORDS ASSOCIATED WITH NATION

                        BUILDING, STRUCTURE: TENSE   SPEECH  WORK : RISING TONE

WEEK SEVEN:         MID TERM EXAMINATION

WEEK EIGHT:  COMPREHENSION, VOCABULARY: TECHNOLOGY, STRUCTURE:

                        PHRASAL VERBS WITH MORE THAN ONE PARTICLE, SPEECH WORK

                        COMPARISM OF /ts /AND /s/

WEEK NINE: ARTCLES, STRUCTURE: ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SENTENCES, REGISTER:

                        WORDS ASSOCIATED WITH CULTURAL ENTERTANIMENT

WEEK TEN:              REVISION

WEEK ELEVEN:   EXAMINATION

SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE SS 2 – MODIFIED II

  1. (i) Revision of Last Term’s Work and Examination Questions

(ii) Structure – Use of Possessive Apostrophe

(iii) Comprehension (Reading to Grasp Main Points): Unit 9; Stock Exchange, Effective English, pg. 134 – 136

Writing (Narrative) “My SS 1 Experience.”

  • Comprehension: (Reading to Grasp Sentence Paragraph Transition): Unit 10 – Nothing Gets Done. Effective English, page 150

Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with the Press

Structure: Punctuation Marks (Comma, Semi-colon, Question Mark, Colon)

  • Essay Writing (Formal Letters) Letter of Complaints

Structure – Sentence Types According to Functions

Speech Work – Diphthongs

Summary – How to Answer Summary Questions

  • Essay Writing: (Informal Letters) Letters to a Friend in Another Town.

Speech Work: Diphthongs /ei, ai, au, ᴐi/

Comprehension (Reading for Implied Meaning): unit II – Moral Behaviour, Effective English, page 168

Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Environment.

  • Summary Writing: Wole Soyinka, Effective English, pg 158 – 159

Structure: Kinds of Pronouns

Speech Work: Rhyme Scheme

  • Comprehension: (Reading for Critical Evaluation) Communication; Effective English page 181

Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Nation Building

Structure: Introduction to Sequence of Tenses

Speech Work: Diphthongs /Iә, eә, әƱ, Ʊә/

  • Structure: More About Phrasal Verbs

Comprehension: unit 12 Advancement in Technology, Effective English, pg 109 – 111

Vocabulary Development: Technology

Speech Work: Comparison of /tᶘ/ and /ᶘ/, /ʤ/ and /ʒ/

  •  Essay Writing: Articles

Structure: Active and Passive Structures

Register: Words Associated with Cultural Entertainment

  • Structure: Making Uncountable Nouns Countable

Summary: Writing Answers to Model Summary Passage

Vocabulary Development: Noting Words Commonly Misspelt.

Writing: Writing Semi-Formal Letter.

  1. Revision
  2. & 12    Examination

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