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ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 7

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Lectures: 54

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
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
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  1. TOPIC
  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary
  • Development
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Introduction to Speech Work (Production of vowel and consonant sounds) (b) Structure: Parts of Speech – Nouns (Features/Functions of Nouns in a Given Passage) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading Skills/Writing Skills (Developing Reading and Writing Skills) (d) Composition: Types of Composition (Narrative) (e) Literature: Introduction to Literature (Functions/Purpose of Literature) 2. TOPIC

  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary
  • Development
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Vowels – Introduction to Monophthongs (Long and Short Vowels e.g. /i:/, /i/) (b) Structure: Verbs – Features/Functions of Verbs (in a given passage) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading for Main Ideas (d) Composition: Elements of Composition – Introduction, Body, Conclusion; Stages of Writing (e) Literature: Genres of Literature (Definition of Genres with Related Texts) 3. TOPIC

  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary
  • Development
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Vowels – Long and Short Vowels e.g. /ↄ:/, /ɒ/ (b) Structure: Adverbs (Types of Adverbs – Frequency, Manner, Time, Purpose, etc.) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading for Supporting Ideas (d) Composition: Writing Outlines (Arrangement of an Outline in a Logical Sequence) (e) Literature: Prose (Types of Prose e.g. Narrative, Descriptive, etc.) 4. TOPIC

  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary
  • Development
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Vowels /a:/ and /æ/ (b) Structure: Adjectives (Features/Functions of Adjectives in a Given Passage) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Writing Skills – Reading to Answer Specific Questions (d) Composition/Letter Writing: Introduction to /Types of Letters (Formal and Informal) (e) Literature: Categories of Oral and Written Literature  5. TOPIC

  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary
  • Development
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Vowel Sounds – /ʌ/, /ɒ/ (b) Structure: Conjunctions and Prepositions – (Features/Functions and Identification in a Given Passage) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Writing Skills – Reading to Answer Specific Questions (d) Composition: Letter Writing – Informal Letters (Format and Features of an Informal Letter) (e) Literature: Folktales – Introduction to Folktales (African and Non- African Tales); Read the recommended text  6. TOPIC

  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary
  • Development
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Consonant Sounds e.g. /b/ and /p/ (b) Structure: Tenses – Present, Past, and Future Tenses (c) Comprehensive /Vocabulary Development: Reading for Maximum Retention and Recall (Intensive Reading) (d) Composition: Letter Writing – Guided Writing (Informal Letters) (e) Literature: Folktales – Features/Themes of Folktales (Didactic, entertainment, magical, etc.); Read the recommended text 7. TOPIC

  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Consonant Sounds e.g. /t/ and /d/ (b) Structure: Intensifiers (c) Composition: Narrative Composition (Features/Outline of a Guided Composition) (d) Literature: Introduction to Figures of Speech (Simile, Metaphor, etc.) 8. TOPIC

  • Speech Work
  • Structure
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary
  • Development
  • Composition
  • Literature

CONTENT (a) Speech Work: Consonant Sounds /k/ and /g/ (b) Structure: Tenses and Adverbials (Making Sentences with Tenses and Adverbials) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Differentiating between Main and Supporting Ideas in a Given Passage (d) Composition: Descriptive Composition (Features/Outline of a Guided Composition) (e) Literature: Prose: Features of Prose – Plot, characterization, style, setting, theme Read recommended texts   SECOND TERM

(a) Speech Work: Consonants /f/ and /v/ (b) Structure: Adverbs: Forms/Functions of Adverbs in a Given Passage (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading Skills (Answering Questions on a Given Passage) (d) Composition: More on Narrative Composition (Paragraph Development) (e) Literature: Review on the Genres of Literature (Prose, Poetry, and Drama); Use recommended texts.
(a) Speech Work: Consonants /s/ and /z/ (b) Structure: Tenses: Present Tense (Making Sentences with the Present Tense) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Writing Skills – Answering Questions on a Given Passage) (d) Composition: More on Descriptive Composition (Paragraph Development) (e) Literature: Prose – Literary Terms
(a) Speech Work: Consonants /ѳ/ and /ð/ (b) Structure: Tenses – Past Tenses (Making Sentences with the Past Tense) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading and Writing Skills (Intensive) (d) Composition: Letter Writing – Formal letters (Format and Features of Formal Letters) (e) Literature: Myths and Legends
(a) Speech Work: Consonants /∫/ and /Ӡ/ (b) Structure: Tenses – Future Tenses (Making Sentences with the Future Tense) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Writing Skills – Giving Specific Answers to a Given Passage (d) Composition: Formal letters – Guided Writing ( Arrangement of Ideas in Logical Sequence) (e) Literature: Features/Themes of Myths and Legends (Magic, Supernatural, and Superstition)
(a) Speech Work: Consonants /ʧ/ and /ʤ/ (b) Structure: Tenses and Adverbials (Making Sentences with Tenses and Adverbials) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading and Writing Skills (contd.) (d) Composition: Argumentative – (Vocatives and Paragraph Development (Oral Composition) (e) Literature: Drama – Features, Types and Literary Terms
HALF – TERM
(a) Speech Work: Introduction to Diphthongs /ei/, /əu/, /iə/ and /eə/ (b) Structure: Tenses and Adverbials (Cont.) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading Skills – Reading to Understand the Author’s Mood (d) Composition: Argumentative Essay (Guided Composition Writing) (e) Literature: Drama – Themes in the Recommended Text
(a) Speech Work: Diphthongs /ai/, /au/, /ↄi/ and /uə/ (b) Structure: Determiners (Meaning, Types, and Functions of Determiners) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Writing Skills (d) Composition: Expository Essay (Paragraph Development) (e) Literature: More Work on Figures of Speech
(a) Speech Work: Contrasting Consonants /t/ and /d/ (b) Structure: Introduction to Punctuation Marks (Meaning, Types, and Functions of Punctuation Marks) (c) Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading Skills (d) Composition – Speech Writing (Introduction) (e) Literature: Poetry – Structure, Themes and Literary Devices in Recommended Text

 

WEEK 1

1
Link
2
Syllables
3
Structure: Parts of Speech – Nouns

WEEK 2

1
Punctuations

MID TERM ASSESSMENT FOR MONDAY THE 26TH BY 8:30AM

1
OBJECTIVE

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 9TH

1
Speech Work: Vowels – Long and Short Vowels e.g. /ↄ:/, /ɒ/
2
Structure: Adverbs (Types of Adverbs – Frequency, Manner, Time, Purpose, etc.)

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 16TH

1
Composition: Writing Outlines (Arrangement of an Outline in a Logical Sequence)
2
Structure: Adjectives

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 23RD

1
Literature: Categories of Oral and Written Literature
2
Structure: Conjunctions

WEEK OF NOVERMBER 30TH

1
Composition: Letter Writing – Guided Writing (Informal Letters)

FIRST TERM EXAMS

1
EXAMS QUESTION

SECOND TERM

WEEK OF 11TH JANUARY

1
ADVERBS
2
THE /f/ AND /v/ SOUND, /s/ AND /z/

WEEK OF 18TH JANUARY

1
TENSES
2
COMPREHENSION AND READING SKILLS

WEEK OF 25TH JANUARY

1
MYTHS AND LEGENDS
2
CONSONANT /ɵ/ and /ð/

WEEK OF 1ST FEBRUARY

1
CONSONANT SOUNDS /s/ AND /z/
2
THE PRESENT TENSE

SECOND TERM MID-STAKE ASSESSMENT

1
OBJECTIVE

WEEK OF 15TH FEBRUARY

1
DENTAL FRICATIVES
2
PAST TENSE

WEEK OF 1ST MARCH

1
DIPHTHONGS
2
CAMBRIDGE CHECKPOINT
3
ADVERBS
4
FEATURES OF DRAMA

WEEK OF 8TH MARCH

1
Diphthongs /ai/, /au/, /ↄi/ and /uə/
2
FORMAL LETTER WRITING

WEEK OF 15TH MARCH

1
DETERMINERS
2
ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY

ASSESSMENT WEEK

THIRD TERM

WEEK 2

1
MonophthongS
2
Adjectives
3
Narrative Writing

WEEK 3(8th MAY)

1
Vowel Sounds /i:/ and /I/
2
Preposition
3
Figures Of Speech

WEEK 4 (17TH MAY)

1
Vowel sounds
2
The Apostrophe
3
Uses Of Punctuations
4
Prefix and Suffix
5
Literary Appreciation

WEEK 5 (24TH MAY)

1
Speech: /ʌ/, /ə/, /ɜː/
2
Pronouns
3
Narrative Writing(Character Development)

MID TERM WEEK

1
Mid-Term Assessment Questions

WEEK 15TH JUNE

1
Compound Nouns
2
Elements of Drama

WEEK 21ST JUNE

1
Auxiliary Verbs
2
Phrasal Verbs

2021/2022 SESSION (WEEK 2)

1
ORGANS OF SPEECH
2
NOUNS
3
TYPES OF WRITING

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