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JSS2 ENGLISH STUDIES SECOND TERM WEEK EIGHT

CONTENT

  1. Speech Work: Contrasting Consonant /f/ and /v/, /s/ and /z/
  2. Structure: Direct Speech
  3. Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: The Media- The Press. Reading for Summary: The Ojo Family-(B) (NOSCE. Pages 132-133)
  4. Composition: Oral: Expository
  5. Literature: Setting of the Text: Precious Little Darling

 

ASPECT: Speech work

TOPIC: Contrasting /f/ and /v/; /s/ and /z/

Description of the Consonant Sound /f/

The production of /f/ involves the front upper teeth and the lower lips. Because of the partial obstruction caused by the contact between the upper teeth and the lower lip, there is a continuous frictional noise as the airstream passes. There is no vibration of the vocal cord because the glottis is wide open during the production of /f/. This consonant is, therefore, a voiceless sound which has the following spelling symbols:

“f”  as   in   feet

“ph” as in Physics

“gh” as  in   laugh

Pronounce the following words with /f/ at the initial and final positions:

Description of the Consonant Sound /v/

The contact between the lower lip and the upper front teeth causes a partial obstruction to the flow of air.

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