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Plan Lesson Notes, Scheme of Work and Exam Questions for Pry, JSS/SSS Schools by ClassRoomNotes: 3:24pm On Nov 09, 2019
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Re: Plan Lesson Notes, Scheme of Work and Exam Questions for Pry, JSS/SSS Schools by kelechi50: 4:08pm On Nov 09, 2019
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Re: Plan Lesson Notes, Scheme of Work and Exam Questions for Pry, JSS/SSS Schools by toyem12(f): 6:37am On Jan 19
SAMPLE OF JSS2 ENGLISH STUDIES LESSON PLAN
WEEK: 1 DATE: CLASS: JSS 2______
SUBJECT: ENGLISH STUDIES_______________________
LESSON TITLE: _Revision of Diphthongs
SUBTITLE (IF ANY):
PERIOD: 1 DURATION: 40 Minutes___________________
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; _
i. review last term's examination;
ii. describe diphthongs;
iii. produce diphthongs;
iv. read words and sentences with diphthongs correctly.
KEY VOCABULARY WORDS: diphthongs, vowel, sound etc
RESOURCES & MATERIALS: NOSEC Book 2, New Concept English for Junior Secondary Schools Book 2 by F. Ademola et al., charts
BUILDING BACKROUND/CONNECTION TO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: The students are familiar with vowel sounds.
CONTENT
TOPIC: DIPHTHONGS
CONTENT:
Diphthong is a Greek word which means “double sound”. The articulation of diphthongs involves a glide from one vowel quality to the other. A diphthong is therefore a vowel which changes its quality in the process of its articulation.
/ei/ e.g. gate, cake, take, place, date, gauge etc.
/əᴜ/ e.g. home, go, owl, own, etc
/ai/ e.g. buy, five, rice, write, kite, fry, price etc.
/au/ e.g. how, cloud, out, house, blouse, browse etc.
/ oi / e.g. boy, joy, toy, oil, toil coin, boil etc .
/ iə / e.g. here, ear, idea, fear, beer ,rear etc.
/ eə / e.g. air, their, where, hair, fair etc
/ᴜә/ e.g. during, pure, sure, tour…

STRATEGIES & ACTIVITIES
Teacher’s Activities:
The teacher presents the lesson through the following activities:
Activity 1: The teacher revises the previous topic.
Activity 2: The teacher introduces the new topic.
Activity 3: The teacher explains the topic and gives relevant examples
Activity 4: The teacher welcomes students’ examples and contribution.

Students’ Activities:
Activity 1: Students, a class, take part in quiz and discuss past questions.
Activity 2: Each small group brainstorms on diphthongs.
Activity 3: Students pair up to listen to speech models, repeat sounds and create dialogues.
Activity 4: The whole class reads tongue twisters.

ASSESSMENT (EVALUATION):
i. review last term's examination;
ii. describe diphthongs;
iii. produce diphthongs;
iv. read words and sentences with diphthongs correctly.
WRAP UP (CONCLUSION)
The teacher wraps up and concludes the lesson using web summary method and correct any mistake observed during the assessment.
ASSIGNMENT:
Indicate the diphthong used in the following words
e.g. Eye - /ai/
i. coat –
ii. spy –
iii. point -
iv. tape -
v. tour –
HOD/VP’S COMMENTS & ENDORSEMENT:


JSS2 ENGLISH STUDIES LESSON PLAN
WEEK: 1 DATE: CLASS: JSS 2______
SUBJECT: ENGLISH STUDIES_______________________
LESSON TITLE: _Reported Speech
SUBTITLE (IF ANY):
PERIOD: 2 DURATION: 40 Minutes___________________
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; _
i)describe reported speech(statements)
(ii)change from free speech to direct speech and indirect speech(statement);
(iii)change from indirect speech to direct speech(statement).

KEY VOCABULARY WORDS: speech, reported, statement etc
RESOURCES & MATERIALS: NOSEC Book 2, New Concept English for Junior Secondary Schools Book 2 by F. Ademola et al., charts
BUILDING BACKROUND/CONNECTION TO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: The students are familiar with reported speech.
CONTENT
Whenever you report what someone has said you do not use the exact words of the original speaker.
Example: Bukola said that she was very happy about my success.

Examples of the main changes in tense:
Direct Speech Reported Speech
Simple Present
He said: “I am happy” Simple Past
He said that he was happy
Present Progressive
He said: “I‘m looking for my apple” Past Progressive
He said that he was looking for his apple
Simple Past
He said: “I worked as UAC last year” Past Perfect Simple
He said that he had worked at UAC the previous year.
Present Perfect
He said: ” I‘ve lived here for a long time “ Past Perfect
He said that he had lived there for a long time
Past Perfect
He said: “They had finished the work when I arrived“ Past Perfect
He said that they had finished the work when he had arrived“
Past Progressive
He said: “I was playing chess when the accident occurred“ Past Perfect Progressive
He said that he had been playing chess when the accident had occurred
Present Perfect Progressive
He said:”I have been watching movie for two hours.” Past Perfect Progressive
He said that he had been watching movie for two hours
Past Perfect Progressive
He said: “I had been reading a newspaper when the light went off“ Past Perfect Progressive
He said that he had been reading a newspaper when the light had gone off
Future Simple (will+verb)
He said: “I will open the door.” Conditional (would+verb)
He said that he would open the door.
Conditional (would+verb)
He said: “I would buy Camry Muscle if I were rich” Conditional (would+verb)
He said that he would buy Camry Muscle if he had been rich”


STRATEGIES & ACTIVITIES
Teacher’s Activities:
The teacher presents the lesson through the following activities:
Activity 1: The teacher revises the previous topic.
Activity 2: The teacher introduces the new topic.
Activity 3: The teacher explains the topic and gives relevant examples
Activity 4: The teacher welcomes students’ examples and contribution.

Students’ Activities:
Activity 1: Students, as a class, discuss direct and indirect speech in statements.
Activity 2: Students, in small groups, look for examples of free/direct/ indirect statements from the recommended Literature texts.
Activity 3: The first group writes the statements in tree speech; the second group writes the statements in direct speech; and the third group writes the statements in indirect speech.
Activity 4: Students copy the note.


ASSESSMENT (EVALUATION):
i)describe reported speech(statements)
(ii)change from free speech to direct speech and indirect speech(statement);
(iii)change from indirect speech to direct speech(statement).

WRAP UP (CONCLUSION)
The teacher wraps up and concludes the lesson using web summary method and correct any mistake observed during the assessment.
ASSIGNMENT:
Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. My brother said, “Nigeria got freedom in 1960”
2. Our teacher said, “Yakubu built the museum”.
3. I love watching films, “Amaka said to me”
4. “I prefer hot coffee” my friend said.
5. My father said, “Honesty is the best policy”
HOD/VP’S COMMENTS & ENDORSEMENT:


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