Scheme of Work Second Term English Studies Basic 6

Last Updated on September 28, 2018 by Alabi M. S.

SCHEME OF WORK

ENGLISH STUDIES 

 SECOND TERM 

BASIC 6 

THEME:  

WEEK 1 – REVIEW OF FIRST TERM’S WORK [click]

WEEK 2

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work – Pronunciation Practice
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Structure – Reading of Letters of Invitations and Replies (formal and informal)
  4. Grammar – Word Formation – Noun formed from adjectives
  5. Writing – Expository and Explanatory Composition – A Traditional Marriage I have witness
  6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 3

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work – Pronunciation Practice – Put Stress on the Right Syllabus
  2. Structure – More Constructions with Clauses using when, who, what  where [click]
  3. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  4. Grammar – Word Formation Adjective from Noun
  5. Writing – Narrative Essay – A Day I will not forget
  6. Verbal Aptitude [click]

WEEK 4

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work – Making Speeches during Occasion
  2. Structure – Newspaper Reading
  3. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  4. Grammar – Word Formation – Noun formed from adjectives
  5. Writing –
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 5

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work – Pronunciation Practice
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Grammar – Word Formation – Verbs formed from adjectives  [click]
  4. Structure – Simple Passages of Dialogue and Conversation
  5. Writing – Passage on Clean Safe Water Strategies
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 6

TOPIC – CONTENT 

  1. Speech Work – Intonation Practice – using different intonations to suggest different meaning and attitude
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Structure – Indefinite Pronoun and Indefinite Adverbs
  4. Grammar – Relationship among Styles, Purpose and the Audience
  5. Writing – Expository Essay – Mode of Drug use, Consequences, Effects of Normal and Excessive Use of drugs
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 7

TOPIC – CONTENT 

  1. Speech Work – Pronunciation Practice – Pronounce the words using the correct stress
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Structure – Passage Dealing with Information and Description [click]
  4. Grammar – Word and Opposite – Antonym
  5. Writing – Technical Writing – Complete Application Forms and Keeping of Diaries
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 8 

TOPIC – CONTEST 

  1. Speech Work – Intonation Practice with Questions – conveying various attributes
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Structure – Idiomatic Expression
  4. Grammar – Formation of Adverbs
  5. Writing – Recording Observation
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 9 

  1. Speech Work – Passage Dealing with Quarrels
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Structure – Word with Similar in Meaning – Synonym [click]
  4. Grammar – Writing Dialogue
  5. Writing – Smile and Metaphor
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 10 

TOPIC – CONTENT 

  1. Speech Work – Pronunciation Practice – History/Historical, Science/Scientist
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Poetry –
  4. Grammar – Changing Direct Speech to Indirect Speech
  5. Writing – Writing of Formal Letters
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 11 

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work – intensifiers – Distinguish between ‘very’ and ‘so’, on the one hand, ‘very’ and ‘quite’ on the other use of intensifiers
  2. Reading – Compression, Teaching of New Words and Meanings
  3. Structure – Reading simple material on the organization of formal gathering [click]
  4. Grammar – Composition Adverb
  5. Writing – Writing Informal Letters
  6. Verbal Aptitude

WEEK 12 – EXAMINATION

 

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