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SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS 2

SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE

JSS 2

1ST TERM

Week 1 Revision of vowels

Vowels / / /I /, /I / / and /a:/

The parts of speech/Negative statements

Vocabulary associated with health

Reading comprehension (to understand the writer's purpose)

Prose: The meaning and type's chapters 1 and II of text book

Week 2: Falling and rising intonation in statements.

Yes/No questions and tag questions

Words associated with health

Guided composition-writing title, using capital letters and punctuation

Chapters 3, 4 and 5

Week 3: Vowels / / / / u: / and /u /

Nouns and plural nouns

Vocabulary associated with administrative setting

Countable and uncountable nouns

Chapters 6 , 7, and 8

Week 4: Consonants /m/ / / / / and /r/

Commands

Words associated with administrative setting

Continuous writing – linkers

The themes characters and plot of the novel

Week 5: Intonation patterns in commands and questions

Wh – questions

Reading to indentify the meanings of words in various

Contexts, facts, opinion

What is drama, different forms , elements and dramatic devices 38/113

Vowels / / / / / /

Week 6: Request

Words associated with banking/religion

Poetry – some poetic devices, types of poem

and the poem, the land of unease

Week 7: Consonants /h/ / w / and / j/

Informal letters

Reading for speed, facts and meanings of words in various contexts

Reporting statements

Drama.

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

Week 1: Consonant clusters

Reporting questions

Government and politics

Exposition – the Atmosphere

Prose

Week: 2 The Diphthongs; / ei/ I / / / / /

Reporting commands and request

Government and politics

Exposition

Prose

Week : 3 Diphthongs / / / / and / /

Comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs

Government and politics

Reading comprehension – persuasion

Prose

Week: 4 Weak forms

Intensifiers

Law and orders

Formal letter

Prose

Week: 5 Word boundary

Adverbs and other forms

Law and order

Argument

Poetry

Week: 6 Compound words

Prepositions of places and location

Reading to identify the meanings of words in various context

Poetry

Formal letters

Week: 7 Drama

JSS 2

39/113

THIRD TERM

Week: 1 Phrases commonly used in speech

Adverbials – The future

Mass media

Towards summary

Prose

Week: 2 Questions and their tags

Adverbial – Adverbs of frequency

Mass media

Towards summary

Prose

Week: 3 Vowels, diphthongs in mixed pairs

Cause and reason

Petroleum and mining

Report writing

Prose

Week: 4 Consonant clusters

Forms for expressing purpose

Petroleum and mining

Summary

Week: 5 Strong and weak forms of words

Adverbials – forms for expressing condition

Petroleum – Vocabulary

Continuous writing: my school/a market

Prose

Week: 6 Contrasting statements

Cake making

Formal/informal letters

Drama

Week; 7 Poem

Reading Comprehension

Drama

Week: 8 Active/passive verbs

Rhyme and rhythmus in poems

Drama.

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SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS 2

SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE

JSS 2

1ST TERM

Week 1 Revision of vowels

Vowels / / /I /, /I / / and /a:/

The parts of speech/Negative statements

Vocabulary associated with health

Reading comprehension (to understand the writer's purpose)

Prose: The meaning and type's chapters 1 and II of text book

Week 2: Falling and rising intonation in statements.

Yes/No questions and tag questions

Words associated with health

Guided composition-writing title, using capital letters and punctuation

Chapters 3, 4 and 5

Week 3: Vowels / / / / u: / and /u /

Nouns and plural nouns

Vocabulary associated with administrative setting

Countable and uncountable nouns

Chapters 6 , 7, and 8

Week 4: Consonants /m/ / / / / and /r/

Commands

Words associated with administrative setting

Continuous writing – linkers

The themes characters and plot of the novel

Week 5: Intonation patterns in commands and questions

Wh – questions

Reading to indentify the meanings of words in various

Contexts, facts, opinion

What is drama, different forms , elements and dramatic devices 38/113

Vowels / / / / / /

Week 6: Request

Words associated with banking/religion

Poetry – some poetic devices, types of poem

and the poem, the land of unease

Week 7: Consonants /h/ / w / and / j/

Informal letters

Reading for speed, facts and meanings of words in various contexts

Reporting statements

Drama.

JSS 2

SECOND TERM

Week 1: Consonant clusters

Reporting questions

Government and politics

Exposition – the Atmosphere

Prose

Week: 2 The Diphthongs; / ei/ I / / / / /

Reporting commands and request

Government and politics

Exposition

Prose

Week : 3 Diphthongs / / / / and / /

Comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs

Government and politics

Reading comprehension – persuasion

Prose

Week: 4 Weak forms

Intensifiers

Law and orders

Formal letter

Prose

Week: 5 Word boundary

Adverbs and other forms

Law and order

Argument

Poetry

Week: 6 Compound words

Prepositions of places and location

Reading to identify the meanings of words in various context

Poetry

Formal letters

Week: 7 Drama

JSS 2

39/113

THIRD TERM

Week: 1 Phrases commonly used in speech

Adverbials – The future

Mass media

Towards summary

Prose

Week: 2 Questions and their tags

Adverbial – Adverbs of frequency

Mass media

Towards summary

Prose

Week: 3 Vowels, diphthongs in mixed pairs

Cause and reason

Petroleum and mining

Report writing

Prose

Week: 4 Consonant clusters

Forms for expressing purpose

Petroleum and mining

Summary

Week: 5 Strong and weak forms of words

Adverbials – forms for expressing condition

Petroleum – Vocabulary

Continuous writing: my school/a market

Prose

Week: 6 Contrasting statements

Cake making

Formal/informal letters

Drama

Week; 7 Poem

Reading Comprehension

Drama

Week: 8 Active/passive verbs

Rhyme and rhythmus in poems

Drama.

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