JSS2 English Studies Scheme of Work for Third Term

WEEK(S)

TOPIC(S)

CONTENT

Speech Work
Structure
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: Consonant Sounds
    /s/ and /z/ e.g. sue – zoo, etc.
  • (b) Structure: The Use of Conjunctions
    Although and Whereas as Contrasts
  • (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development:  Nigeria Oil Industry
  • (d) Composition: Writing
    an Argumentative Essay on Nigeria Oil: A Blessing or a Curse?
  • (e) Literature: Recommended Text on Drama

Speech Work
Structure
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: Consonant Contrast
    /ϴ/ and /t/ e.g. thin, thanks, tanks, both, boot, etc.
  • (b) Structure: Using despite and in spite of
  • (c) Vocabulary Development on Mass Media
    – The Radio
  • (d) Composition: Dialogues and Poetry on “Pride goes before a fall”
  • (e) Literature: Recommended text on Drama

Speech Work
Structure
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: The Vowel Sounds
    /iə/ and /eə /
  • (b) Structure: Synonyms
  • (c) Vocabulary Development on Law
  • (d) Composition: “The Responsibilities of Government”
  • (e) Literature: Recommended Text on Drama

Speech Work
Structure
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: The Vowel Sounds
    /u/ and /u:/
  • (b) Structure: The Use of Causative Verbs
  • (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development on Nigeria Armed Forces
  • (d) Composition: Formal Letters
  • (e) Literature: Recommended Text on Drama

Speech Work
Structure
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: Stress revision
  • (b) Structure: Adverbs of Place;
    e.g. by the gate, in the school, etc.
  • (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Natural Resources/Mining
  • (d) Composition: Formal Letters contd.
  • (e) Literature:  Recommended Text on Drama

Speech Work
Structure
Comprehension/Vocabulary Development
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: Consonant Sounds
  • (b) Structure: The use of even though and at least
  • (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development:
  • (d) Composition: A Journey I Once Made
  • (e) Literature: Poetry
    – Types of Poetry
    (Epic, Lyric, Ballads, Dirge)

Speech Work
Structure
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: Vowel Sounds
    /i:/ and /i/
  • (b) Structure: Intensifiers
  • (c) Composition: Recording a Meeting and its Format
  • (d) Literature: Poetry Selection
    – Themes and Poetic Devices in Selected Poem 

Speech Work
Structure
Composition
Literature

  • (a) Speech Work: Consonant Sounds
    /p/ and /b/      
  • (b) Structure: Antonyms
  • (c) Composition: Creative Writing
  • (d) Literature: Poetry
    – Language (Concise, Unique, High)
  • Revision of work done in Third Term

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