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2022 English Langauage Lesson Note for First Term JSS2

2022 English Langauage Lesson Note for First Term JSS2

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Lesson Note on English Language Jss2 First Term

SCHEME OF WORK

 

WEEK ONE:- {SPEECH WORK: REVISION OF PURE VOWEL SOUNDS, GRAMMAR: REVISION OF PARTS OF SPEECH, READING AND COMPREHENSION: REVISION OF SPQ3R TECHNIQUE, COMPOSITION: HOW I SPENT MY LAST HOLIDAY AND LITERATURE: FEATURES OF PROSE AND FIGURES OF SPEECH}

WEEK TWO:- {SPEECH WORK: REVISION OF CONSONANT SOUND AND CONSONANT CLUSTER, GRAMMAR: TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS AND COMPOSITION: A PLACE OF INTEREST I VISITED}

WEEK THREE:- {SPEECH WORK: THE /IӘ/ SOUND, GRAMMAR: ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE, VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: HOSPITAL, COMPOSITION: STAGES IN COMPOSITION WRITING AND LITERATURE: FEATURES OF FOLKTALES}

WEEK FOUR:- {SPEECH WORK: THE /ӘU/ SOUND, GRAMMAR: TENSES, VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: THE POLICE PROFESSION AND COMPOSITION: A LOCAL FESTIVAL}

WEEK FIVE:- {SPEECH WORK: REVISION OF CONSONANT SOUNDS /T/, /D/, /K/ AND /G/, GRAMMAR: THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE, VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: A PLACE OF WORSHIP AND COMPOSITION: FORMAT OF A FORMAL AND INFORMAL LETTER}

WEEK SIX:- {SPEECH WORK: CONTRASTING CONSONANTS /P/ AND /T/, GRAMMAR: THE PAST PERFECT TENSE, VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: SPORTS AND COMPOSITION: WHAT I DO EVERYDAY}

WEEK SEVEN:- {SPEECH WORK: CONSONANTS SOUNDS /F/ AND /V/, GRAMMAR: MAKING SENTENCES WITH CONJUNCTIONS, VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: JOURNALISM, COMPOSITION: A LETTER TO YOUR FATHER ON WHY YOU LIKE YOUR NEW SCHOOL, LITERATURE: DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN A NOVEL AND NOVELLA AND LITERATURE: FIGURES OF SPEECH}

WEEK EIGHT:- {SPEECH WORK: CONSONANT SOUNDS /L/ AND /R/, GRAMMAR: MAKING REQUESTS WITH “WILL”, “COULD” AND “MAY” COMPOSITION: MY FAVOURITE TEACHER}

WEEK NINE:- {SPEECH WORK: CONSONANT SOUND /H/, GRAMMAR: DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH AND COMPOSITION: A LETTER OF INVITATION AS A GUEST SPEAKER}

 

English Language Lesson Note For JSS2 (First Term)

 

Below are the 2022 complete JSS2 First Term English Language Lesson Note 

 

WEEK ONE:- {Speech Work: Revision of pure vowel sounds, Grammar: Revision of parts of speech, Reading and Comprehension: Revision of SPQ3R technique, Composition: How I spent my last holiday And Literature: Features of Prose and Figures of Speech}

SPEECH WORK: REVISION OF PURE VOWEL SOUND

FULL CONTENT AVAILABLE IN JSS 1, FIRST TERM WEEK 2 CONTENT

 GRAMMAR: REVISION OF PARTS OF SPEECH

NOUNS, PRONOUNS, VERB AND ADJECTIVES

FULL CONTENT IS AVAILABLE IN JSS 1, FIRST TERM WEEKS 1WEEK 2WEEK 3 AND WEEK 4 RESPECTIVELY.

OBJECTIVES:

By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Define figures of speech and list the different figures of speech
  • Define alliteration, with examples
  • Define personification, with examples

INTRODUCTION:

A figure of speech is the deviation from the literal meanings of words, phrases and statements, to give a deeper meaning, in order to achieve a certain effect. Figures of speech are commonly used in the different genres of literature, in order to make the language interesting. To learn more, click here 

 

WEEK TWO:- {Speech Work: Revision of Consonant Sound and Consonant Cluster, Grammar: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs And Composition: A place of interest I visited}

REVISION OF CONSONANT SOUND AND CONSONANT CLUSTER

FULL CONTENT IS IN JSS1, THIRD TERM, WEEK 3 AND WEEK 6, RESPECTIVELY

 GRAMMAR

TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS

FULL CONTENT IN JSS 1, FIRST TERM, WEEK 3

 COMPOSITION: DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY

A PLACE OF INTEREST I VISITED

Last year, I visited the Ikogosi Warm Spring located at Ekiti state and it was a really great experience, seeing this unique feature of nature, which produces warm and cold water from the same rock formation.

The Ikogosi Warm Spring is a source of awe to tourists, as it features a warm spring flowing side by side with a cold spring, originating from close proximity. They come together at a meeting point and flow together with each retaining its temperature of being warm and cold. The meeting point of the spring is what serves as a tourist attraction for visitors.  To learn more, click here 

WEEK THREE:- {Speech Work: The /iә/ sound, Grammar: Active and Passive Voice, Vocabulary Development: Hospital, Composition: Stages in Composition writing And Literature: Features of Folktales}

SPEECH WORK: THE VOWEL SOUND /IƏ/

The /iƏ/ sound is a diphthong. Diphthongs are sounds that are produced by gliding from one sound to another, during pronunciation.

The /iƏ/ sound is a diphthong, and it is produced by gliding from sound /i/ to /Ə/. It appears in words that carry “ea”, “e”.

When it appears in words that carry “e”, it is followed by either “r” or “l”, in words like a sphere

Examples of words that carry the /iƏ/ sound are: ear, atmosphere, etc

The /iƏ/ sound appears in different words, in form of the following letters:

  • ea- clear, bear
  • e- sphere, serious

To learn more, click here 

WEEK FOUR:- {Speech Work: The /әu/ sound, Grammar: Tenses, Vocabulary Development: The Police Profession And Composition: A Local Festival}

THE VOWEL SOUND /ƏƱ/

The /ƏƱ/ sound is a diphthong. Diphthongs are sounds that are produced by gliding from one sound to another, during the course of pronunciation.

The /ƏƱ/ sound is produced by gliding from vowel sound /Ə/ to /Ʊ/. It appears in words that carry “ow”, “oa”, “o”. When it appears in words with “o”, a consonant follows, then “e” comes next, as in words like: poke, pole, mole, etc.

Examples of words that carry the /ƏƱ/ sound are: load, fold, road, etc.

   The /ƏƱ/ sound appears in different words, in form of the following letters:

  • ow- low, row,
  • oa- load, goal,
  • o- mode, code

To learn more, click here 

WEEK FIVE:- {Speech Work: Revision of consonant sounds /t/, /d/, /k/ and /g/, Grammar: The Present Continuous Tense, Vocabulary Development: A place of Worship And Composition: Format of a formal and informal letter}

REVISION OF CONSONANT SOUNDS /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/

OBJECTIVES:

By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Describe the consonant sounds /t/, /d/, /k/ and /g/
  • List words that carry these sounds

Consonant sounds are sounds that are produced with partial or total obstruction to the vocal cords. Consonant sounds are classified according to their voicing, place of articulation and manner of articulation.

The /t/ sound is a voiceless, alveolar plosive sound. When it is pronounced, the tip of the tongue goes up to the roof of the mouth, and the upper and lower teeth meet and are parted as the sound is produced.

It is a voiceless sound; hence, the vocal cords do not vibrate during the course of its pronunciation. To learn more, click here 

WEEK SIX:- {Speech Work: Contrasting Consonants /p/ and /t/, Grammar: The Past Perfect Tense, Vocabulary Development: Sports And Composition: What I do everyday}

CONTRASTING VOWEL SOUNDS /p/ AND /t/:

Consonant sounds are sounds that are produced with partial or total obstruction to the vocal cords. Consonant sounds are classified according to their voicing, place of articulation and manner of articulation.

The /p/ sound is a voiceless bilabial plosive sound. When it is pronounced, the upper and lower lips meet, and that is what makes it a bilabial sound. And it is plosive because there is a sudden release of air when it is pronounced.

The /p/ sound is voiceless; hence, the vocal cords do not vibrate during the course of their pronunciation. To learn more, click here 

WEEK SEVEN:- {Speech Work: Consonants sounds /f/ and /v/, Grammar: Making sentences with conjunctions, Vocabulary Development: Journalism, Composition: A letter to your father on why you like your new school, Literature: Differentiating between a novel and novella And Literature: Figures of Speech}

SPEECH WORK: CONSONANT SOUNDS /f/ AND /v/

Consonant sounds are sounds that are produced with partial or total obstruction to the vocal cords. Consonant sounds are classified according to their voicing, place of articulation and manner of articulation.

The /f/ sound is a voiceless labiodental fricative sound. During pronunciation, the upper teeth is placed on the lower lip, and air is released as it is produced.

It is a voiceless sound; hence, the vocal cords do not vibrate during the course of its pronunciation.

Examples of words that carry the /f/ sound are: ferry, fish, left, free, etc.

To learn more, click here 

WEEK EIGHT:- {Speech Work: Consonant sounds /l/ and /r/, Grammar: Making requests with “will”, “could” and “may” Composition: My Favourite Teacher}

SPEECH WORK: CONSONANT SOUNDS /l/ AND /r/

Consonant sounds are sounds that are produced with partial or total obstruction to the vocal cords. Consonant sounds are classified according to their voicing, place of articulation and manner of articulation.

The /l/ sound is a voiced alveolar liquid sound. When it is produced, the tip of the tongue is placed at the back of the upper teeth.

It is a voiced sound, and when it is produced, narrow space is made in the mouth through which air passes.

Examples of words that carry the /l/ are: leave, left, would, intentional, etc.

  • f- fever, felicitate, golf, life
  • ff- effective, affirmation, sufficiency  To learn more, click here 

WEEK NINE:- {Speech Work: Consonant Sound /h/, Grammar: Direct and Indirect Speech And Composition: A letter of invitation as a guest speaker}

CONSONANT SOUND /h/

Consonant sounds are sounds that are produced with partial or total obstruction to the vocal cords. Consonant sounds are classified according to their voicing, place of articulation and manner of articulation.

The /h/ sound is a voiceless glottal fricative sound. When it is pronounced, the tongue is lowered in the mouth, the lips are apart and the vocal cords do not vibrate, since it is a voiceless sound.

When producing the /h/ sound, the mouth can take any shape, depending on the next sound following it in a word.

Examples of words that carry the /h/ sound are as follows: house, hard, who, behind, etc. To learn more, click here 

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