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  1. Speech Work: Consonant Contrasts /p – f/; /Ʒ – ʃ/; /t – q/; /l – r/; /s – q/; /ʃ – ʧ/
  2. Vocabulary Development: Word Building Using Prefixes
  3. Reading Comprehension: It’s so Unfair’ (NOSEC, pages 75 – 77)
  4. Structure: Expressing Obligation and Necessity Using: must, have to, need, ought to, etc.
  5. Composition (Oral): “Corruption is Worse than Armed Robbery”
  6. Literature: Revising Drama (use recommended text)

ASPECT: Speech Work

TOPIC: Consonant Contrasts /p – f/; /Ʒ – ʃ/; /t – θ/; /l – r/; /s – θ/; /ʃ – ʧ/

ASPECT: Vocabulary Development

TOPIC: Word Building Using Prefixes

Meaning of Prefixes

Prefixes are affixes or parts of words that are added to the front part of words to form another word.


-un, non, dis, mal, mis, rel, pre, ex, sub, etc.

Lesson tags: English Studies Lesson Notes, English Studies Objective Questions, JSS3 English Studies, JSS3 English Studies Evaluation Questions, JSS3 English Studies Evaluation Questions First Term, JSS3 English Studies First Term, JSS3 English Studies Objective Questions, JSS3 English Studies Objective Questions First Term
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