ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 5

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Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

WEEK 1

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

WEEK 2

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work –  IPA Chart and Phonemes
  2. Structure – Make sentences with ‘must, ought to, Have to… More Practice on Speech Word
  3. Reading –  Determine Main Ideas in Passages
  4. Grammar –  Phrases and Clauses
  5. Writing –  Organized Writing – The effect of the Covid 19 break on Me, my family and my school
  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. Telegram format/content
  6. Dictation –  Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Literature: Genres of Literature 

WEEK 4

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work –  Intonation Practice in Statement, Questions, Command and Request
  2. Structure:  Paragraph from Children Novels – Good Neighborliness, etc.
  3. Reading –  Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension
  4. Grammar: Homophones and Homonyms
  5. Writing: Guided Composition – My Best Friend
  6. Dictation –  Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Literature: Figures of Speech Used in Drama

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 –  Practice Plural forms
  5. Writing:  Features of Formal and Informal Letters
  6. Dictation –  Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Literature: Types/ Elements of Drama

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 (Cross matching)
  5. Writing –  Formal Invitation
  6. Dictation –  Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Literature:

WEEK 7

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work –  Phonetic Symbols (Place and Manner of Articulation)
  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 – Punctuating of Formal and Informal Letters in Request of Formal Feature
  5. Writing: Guided Composition – My Bicycle
  6. Dictation –  Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Literature:

WEEK 8

TOPIC – CONTENT

  1. Speech Work –  Intonation Practice/Vowels Contrast
  2. Structure: Reported Speech
  3. Reading –  Teaching of New Words meanings and Comprehension
  4. Grammar –  Writing the Opposite of the Underlined Words (Antonyms)
  5. Writing:  Abbreviated Forms of Letter E.g. Telegram
  6. Dictation –  Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Literature:

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
  7. Literature:

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
  7. Literature:

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 –The future tense
  5. Writing –  Reply to an Invitation Letter
  6. Dictation –  Selected Words from the Reading Passage
  7. Literature:

WEEK 12

REVISION AND TEST

WEEK 13

EXAMINATION

WEEK 1

1
Zoom Link
2
PHRASES AND CLAUSES

Week 2

1
DETERMINE MAIN IDEAS IN PASSAGES

WEEK 3

1
WRITING: ORGANIZED WRITING

WEEK 4

1
Zoom Class for Year 5 Thursday Class
2
LITERATURE: GENRES OF LITERATURE

WEEK 5

1
Zoom Class for Year 5 Class
2
Speech work – Sentences in the Passive Voice
3
Zoom Session for English Class with Ms Kaykay Oct 14th
4
Slides for Writing Class October 14th

WEEK 6: October 19 to 23rd

1
Deeper Look into grammar: Nouns
2
Zoom Link: 8:30am
3
Literature: Figures of Speech Used in Drama
4
Knowing and using verbs
5
Writing: Guided Composition: Choose your writing focus.
6
Zoom Video for the 19th

WEEK 7

1
Making Polite Requests and Writing
2
Writing: Features of Formal and Informal Letters
3
Grammar: Homophones and Homonyms
4
PHONETICS: IPA CHART AND PHONEMESES
5
Literature: Types of Drama

SECOND TERM: WEEK 2-3

1
PHONICS: PHONETIC SYMBOLS
2
WORD STUDY:SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS
3
CREATIVE WRITING: DESCRIPTIVE WRITING
4
GRAMMAR: PHRASES (NOUN PHRASE, ADJECTIVE PHRASE)

WEEK 4-5 (25TH JANUARY-5TH FEBRUARY 2021)

1
CONSONANT SOUNDS
2
GRAMMAR: PRONOUNS
3
READING AND COMPREHENSION: HISTORICAL TEXT ON BENIN KINGDOM
4
CREATIVE WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO NARRATIVE WRITING

WEEK 6/8

1
READING: DRAMA TEXT
2
ELEMENTS OF DRAMA
3
NARRATIVE WRITING: WRITING A RECOUNT
4
WORDS ASSOCIATED WITH GOVERNMENT
5
PHONETICS CONTRAST
6
WORD STUDY: COMPOUND WORDS
7
FIGURES OF SPEECH: IDIOMS

THIRD TERM WEEK 1-2

1
INFERENCE
2
LETTER WRITING
3
CONTEXT CLUES
4
PUNCTUATIONS
5
SYLLABLES
6
LISTENING PRACTICE
7
EXAMS FOR THIRD HALF TERM
8
CONTEXT CLUES
9
INFERENCE
10
APOSTROPHE
11
CONCORD RULES

THIRD HALF TERM

1
PREPOSITION
2
REFERENCE SKILLS
3
REFERENCE SKILLS
4
CREATING DRAMA FROM PROSE
5
ANALYZING INFORMATIONAL TEXTS
6
ROOT WORDS

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