First Term Scheme of Work and Plan Lesson Note for English Studies (Primary 5)

 

 

First Term

English Studies 

Scheme of Work with Plan Lesson Notes for Primary 5

 

 

WEEK 1 – REVIEW OF LAST TERM’S WORK – Primary 4 English Studies

 

 

WEEK 2

TOPIC – CONTENT

1. Speech Work – The tenses (Modal Auxiliaries)

2. Structure – Make sentences with ‘must, ought to, Have to… More Practice on Speech Word 

3. Reading – Teaching of new words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Formal or official letters. Features And styles

5. Writing – Guided Composition – How I Spent My Last Holiday l

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 3

TOPIC – CONTENT

1. Speech work – Sentences in the Passive Voice ‘With and Without an Agent’

2. Structure – Mastering of the Passive Voice Construction change Active Sentences into Passive Voice – Further Practice on Speech Work 

3. Reading – Teaching of new words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Relative Clauses using words such as “who”, “which”, and “that”

5. Writing – Writing Abbreviated Forms of Letters e.g. Telegrams format/content

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 4

TOPIC – CONTENT

1. Speech Work – Intonation Practice in Statement Questions Command and Request

2. Structure: Paragraph from Children’s Novels – Good Neighborliness, e.t.c.

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar: Paragraphs Major and Minor Characters – As in Children’s Novels 

5. Writing: Guided Composition – My Best Friend 

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

 

 

WEEK 5

TOPIC – CONTENT

1. Speech Work – Reading Poem on Good Neighborliness

2. Structure – Selected Poem Based on the Virtues of Good Neighbourliness – As in Speech Work 

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Formal Letter to a Village Head or any Other Constituted authority

5. Writing: Features of Formal and Informal Letters 

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 6

TOPIC – CONTENT 

1. Speech Work – Making Polite Requests

2. Structure: Sentence Building on Reported Speech 

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Choose the Word from Group B that Goes with each Word in Group A

5. Writing – Formal Invitation 

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 7

TOPIC – CONTENT 

1. Speech Work – Using the Telephone (Call and Response in Telephone Conversation)

2. Structure – Compare and Contrast Polite Intonation And the Rude or Impolite tone/Intonation in Dialogue

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Comparison of Formal and Informal Letters in Request of Formal Feature 

5. Writing: Guided Composition – My Bicycle 

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 8

1. Speech Work – Intonation Practice

2. Structure: Reported Speech

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Writing the Opposite of the Underlined Words 

5. Writing: Abbreviated Forms of Letter e.g. Telegram

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

 

 

WEEK 9

TOPIC – CONTEST 

1. Speech Work – Making Reports of Statements, Commands, Questions Changing Reports to Direct Speech

2. Structure – Sentence Building

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Intonation practice on Question Tags

5. Writing – Describing a House

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 10

TOPIC – CONTENT

1. Speech Work – Simple Narrative on the Virtue of Truthfulness

2. Structure: Attribute of Truthfulness – As in Speech Work 

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Present Tense and Past Tense 

5. Writing – My school

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 11 

TOPIC – CONTENT

1. Speech Work – Direct and Indirect Speech 

2. Structure: Sentence Building 

3. Reading – Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension

4. Grammar – Debate “Corporal Punishment should not be enforced in School”

5. Writing – Reply to an Invitation Letter 

6. Dictation – Selected Words from the Reading Passage

 

 

WEEK 12 – REVISION AND TEST

 

 

WEEK 13 – EXAMINATION

 

 

Congratulations!!!

Third Term Lessons Completed.

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