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ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 11

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  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Consonant Clusters (Two Consonants in Initial Position)
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with the Human Body System and Functions
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading for Main Gist – ‘A Journey for Resumption’ (NOSEC, pages 4 -5)
  • Structure: Noun Phrases (Features, Forms, Positions, and Functions)
  • Writing Skills: Expository Writing – (Format and Style) ‘Managing Population Explosion in Nigeria’
  • Summary: Practical Approach to Writing a Good Summary (Introduction)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Consonants Clusters (Three Consonants in the Initial Position)
  • Vocabulary Development: Words associated with the Human Body System and Functions
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading for Main Gist – ‘Andrew’s Birthday Party’ (NOSEC, pages 12 – 13)
  • Structure: Punctuation – Capitalization
  • Writing Skills: Narrative Essays – (Format and Style) “The Effects of Drugs and Alcohol on the Society”
  • Summary: Exercise – Oil Palm industry (NOSEC, page 22)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Contrast of Monophthongs – /æ/ and/a:/; /e/ and /Ʒ:/
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Health
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading for Main Points – ‘Bride-price and Polygamy’ (NOSEC, pages 19 – 20)
  • Structure: Pronouns – (Introduction, Types, Functions, and Usage)
  • Writing Skills: Argumentative Writing – (Vocatives) ‘Military Rule is Better than Civilian Rule’
  • Summary: Exercise – ‘Dogs as Reliable Companions’ (NOSEC, pages 38 – 39)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Contrast of Monophthongs /u/ and /u:/; /ᴧ/ and /æ/
  • Vocabulary Development; Words Associated with Health
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading to Summarize an Argument – ‘The Trial of a Hardened Criminal’ (NOSEC, pages 27 – 28);
  • Structure: Pronouns – Types, Functions, and Usage (Personal, Possessive, Reflexive)
  • Writing Skills: Argumentative Writing (Guided Writing) – “Sexual Abuse is as a result of exposure to foreign films”;
  • Summary: Exercise – NEPA (National Electric Power Authority) (NOSEC, pages 52 – 53).
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Unstressed Vowel – Initial Position
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Sports – (Athletics)
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading to Summarize an Argument – ‘The Origin of Examinations’ (NOSEC, pages 34 – 35)
  • Structure: Pronouns Types, Functions, and Usage (Demonstrative, Relative, Reciprocal and Indefinite)
  • Writing Skills: Letter Writing – Formal Letters – Apology (Guided Writing)
  • Summary: Exercise – ‘Why Buildings Collapse’ (NOSEC, page 66)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Unstressed Vowel – Middle and Final Positions
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Sports – (Soccer)
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading to Summarize Longer Selections – ‘Malnutrition’ (NOSEC, pages 42 – 43)
  • Structure: Nominalization of Verbs
  • Writing Skills: Letter Writing – Formal Letters – Appreciation (Guided Writing)
  • Summary: (Use any WAEC/NECO summary question)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Stress – Words with Five Syllables, Stressed on the First, Second, Third, and Fourth Syllable
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Building and Building Construction;
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading to Summarize Longer Selections an Argument: ‘A Carefree Lorry Driver’ (NOSEC, pages 49 – 50)
  • Structure: Nominalization of Adjectives
  • Writing Skills: Letter Writing – Formal Letters (Complaint)
  • Summary: (Use any WAEC/NECO summary question)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Stress – Words with Six Syllables, Stressed on the Fifth
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Building and Building Construction
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading to Appreciate Culture – ‘Fizzo Soft Drinks Company’ (NOSEC, 57 – 58)
  • Structure: Verbs Forms – Active and Passive Voice
  • Writing Skills: Writing Speeches for Specific Purposes (Format and Features)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Syllabic Consonants (little, often, nestle, etc.)
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Power Production
  • Reading Comprehension: Reading for Critical Evaluation – ‘Deforestation of the Tropical Forests’ (NOSEC, 64 – 65)’
  • Structure: Conditional Clauses
  • Writing Skills: Article Writing (Introduction) “Procrastination and Lack of Ambition”

 

SECOND TERM

REVISION
1. Speech Work: Stress – Words with Six Syllables, Stressed on the Fifth Syllable)
2. Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Environment – (Pollution)
3. Reading Comprehension
4. Structure: Introduction to Sequence of Tenses
5. Writing Skills: Technical and Specific Purposes (Introduction)
6. Summary: Practical Approach to Writing a Good Summary
1. Speech Work: Diphthongs – Contrasting /ei/ and /ai/, /i∂/ and /∂/
2. Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Environment (Waste Disposal and Deforestation)
3. Reading Comprehension: Reading to Appreciate Culture – ‘Introduction to Word Substitution’
4. Structure: Sequence of Tenses
5. Writing Skills: Introduction to Speech Writing (Format and Style) “The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Society”
6. Summary: Exercise – Common Causes of Road Traffic Accidents
1. Speech Work: Diphthongs – Contrasting /∂u/ and /u∂/
2. Vocabulary Development: Word Modifiers (reddish, greenish, pungent, unsavory)
3. Reading Comprehension: Reading for Implied Meaning – ‘Robbers Invade Obioma’s Home’
4. Structure: Reported Speech
5. Writing Skills: Speech Writing (Guided Writing) – “The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Society”
6. Summary: Exercise – ‘Evil of Unemployment’
1. Speech Work: Intonation – (Expressing Surprise/Disbelief (Exclamation)
2. Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Hotel and Catering
3. Reading Comprehension: ‘Soldiers on Guard’
4. Structure: Participles (Forms and Functions)
5. Writing Skills: Minutes of Meeting (Format and Style)
6. Summary: Exercise – ‘Roles of Mothers’
1. Speech Work: Intonation – Falling Tone (Features)
2. Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Communication (Telephone)
3. Reading Comprehension: Reading for Implied Meaning – ‘Mrs. Oguchi’s Dressmaking Business’
4. Structure: Kinds of Pronouns (Personal and Relative Pronouns)
5. Writing Skills: Report Writing (Guided Writing)
6. Summary: Exercise – ‘Container Lorries’
 
1. Speech Work: Contrasting /s/ and /z/, /∫/ and /ʒ/
2. Vocabulary Development: Pre_xes (as Word Extension, Making for New Meanings)
3. Reading Comprehension: Reading for Implied Meaning – ‘A Wandering Stranger’
4. Structure: Kinds of Pronouns – Demonstrative, Interrogative, and Possessive Pronouns
5. Writing Skills: Creative Writing
6. Summary: Exercise – ‘Hair Care’
1. Speech Work: Intonation – (Rising Tone)
2. Vocabulary Development: Pre_xes (as Word Extensions, Making for New Meanings)
3. Reading Comprehension: Reading for Critical Evaluation – “The Civil Service”
4. Structure: Phrasal Verbs (Two-word Phrasal Verbs)
5. Writing Skills: Creative Writing – Story (Guided Writing) – Write a story that illustrates the saying: ‘Pride
goes before a fall’;
6. Summary: Exercise – Use any WAEC/NECO Summary Question
1. Speech Work: Identifying Syllables
2. Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Commerce and Industry
3. Reading Comprehension: Reading for Critical Evaluation – ‘Ecosystem on the Planet’
4. Structure: Phrasal Verbs (Three-word Phrasal Verbs)
5. Writing Skills: Narrative – (Guided writing) Narrate an experience you have had that illustrates the
saying, ‘Honesty is the best policy;
6. Summary: Exercise – Use any WAEC/NECO summary question.

 

THIRD TERM SCHEME

  • Speech Work: Speech Skills – (Rhyme)
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Preservative Prefixes
  • Structure: Adjunct
  • Writing Skills: Free Writing
  • Summary: Summarizing in a Specified Number of Words
  • Listen with increased attention to information, rhymes, songs, conversations, and stories.
  • Students should be made to read the passage carefully with appropriate articulation and gesticulation.
  • Show an increase in listening and speaking vocabulary in everyday conversation.
  • Identify examples of subordinate clauses in writing formed from adjuncts.
  • Explain the role of subordinate clauses.
  • Write a good summary
  • Speech Work: Speech Skills – Stress Patterns
  • Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Law and the Judiciary
  • Structure: Adverbial Phrases
  • Writing Skills: Free Writing – Features of Drama
  • Summary: Summarizing in a Specified Number of Words
  • Listen with increasing attention.
  • Use appropriately, words in the field of Law.
  • Locate unfamiliar words in a story and determine their meaning using a variety of strategies (e.g., prior knowledge, context clues, group discussion, media sources)
  • Acquire new vocabulary identified from the assigned text.
  • Speech Work: Speech Skills – Emphatic Stress
  • Comprehension: Reading Comprehension – Examination Atmosphere
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Photography
  • Structure: Prepositional Phrases
  • Writing Skills: Speech Writing for Special Purposes
  • Summary: Summarizing in a Specified Number of Words
  • Identify and use prepositional phrases
  • that act as adjectivals.
  • Get the right meaning of expressions through the words emphasized
  • Write a summary of a personal story
  • Develop the thesis using various expository
  • modes to explain or analyze: (example,
  • comparison/contrast, Classification,
  • cause/effect analysis, process analysis)
  • Speech: /ʌ/, /ə/, /ɜː/
  • Speech Work: Nasal Consonants – /m/, /n/, /ŋ/ (sibilant)
  • Comprehension: Geographical Peculiarities of Tropical Islands
  • Vocabulary Development: Suffixes (Verbalization – Example: national – nationalize)
  • Structure: Prepositional Phrases – Functions of Prepositional Phrases
  • Writing Skills: Speech Writing for Special Purposes
  • Summary: Summarizing in a Specific Number of Words
  • Recognize the various forms and
  • manifestations of sibilant sounds.
  • Apply the articulation (or mouth positions)
  • required to make the sounds.
  • Explain why correct sentence structure is
  • important.
  • Identify aspects of prepositional phrases.
  • Follow steps to improve phrasal structure.
(i) Comprehension: Checkpoint in English
(ii) Vocabulary: Idioms
(iii) Structure: Pronouns (Types and uses)
(iv) Writing: Expository Essay
(v) Literature: Features of Drama
(i) Develop the skills needed to be a good reader
(ii) Get familiar with a variety of idioms and their proper usage
(iii) Identify different pronouns and use them correctly
(iv) Get familiar with the features of drama
HALF – TERM HALF – TERM
(i) Speech: Vowels /u/, /u:/
(ii) Vocabulary: Words on transportation
(iii) Structure: Compound words
(iv) Writing: Expository essay (paragraph development)
(v) Literature: More on Features of drama
(i) Differentiate between the long and short sound
(ii) Identify keywords on transportation
(iii) Use compound words rightly.
(iv) Understand the rudiments of building a good paragraph
(i) Speech: Vowels – /e/
(ii) Comprehension: Reading to understand the writer’s hidden meaning (connotative/denotative)
(iii) Structure: Modal and auxiliary verbs
(iv) Writing: Assessing an essay
(i) Identify tricky words where the sound is found
(ii) Differentiate modal and auxiliary verbs
(iii) Get familiar with the rudiments as well as areas of assessment in an essay
(i) Speech /ɔ/ː and /ɒ/
(ii) Structure: Phrases
(iii) Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs
(iv) Literature: Figures of speech
(i) Identify the sounds /ɔ/ː and /ɒ/ and their differences in usage
(ii) Separate phrases from a sentence structure
(iii) Build their knowledge base on phrasal verbs
(iv) Use different figures of speech in writing

 

1
Speech Work: Consonant Clusters
2
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with the Human Body System and Functions

1
Reading Comprehension: Reading for Main Gist – ‘A Journey for Resumption’
2
PRONOUN

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

1
OBJECTIVE

WEEK OF 9TH NOVEMBER

1
Oral English: /s/, /ts/ – Contrasting Consonants
2
Structure: Pronouns (Demonstrative, Interrogative and Possessive)
3
Skill Focus: How to approach summary tasks

WEEK OF 16TH NOVEMBER

1
Speech Work: Contrast of Monophthongs /u/ and /u:/; /ᴧ/ and /æ/
2
Reading Comprehension: Reading to Summarize an Argument – ‘The Trial of a Hardened Criminal’
3
Structure: Relative pronouns and Adjectival
4
Writing Skills: Argumentative Writing (Guided Writing)

WEEK OF 23RD NOVEMBER

1
Speech Work: Unstressed Vowel
2
Structure: Pronouns (Demonstrative, Relative, Reciprocal and Indefinite)
3
Writing Skills: Letter Writing – Formal Letters – Apology

FIRST TERM EXAMS

1
EXAMS QUESTION

SECOND TERM

1
CLASS LINK

WEEK OF 11TH JANUARY

1
SUMMARY WRITING
2
SUMMARY WRITING ASSIGNMENT
3
SEQUENCE OF TENSES
4
SEQUENCE OF TENSES QUIZ
10 questions
5
ASSESSMENT

SECOND TERM MID-STAKE ASSESSMENT

1
OBJECTIVE
2
FOR THOSE ONLINE, SUBMIT YOUR THEORY QUESTION HERE.

WEEK OF 22ND FEBRUARY

1
Reading to Grasp Sentence Paragraph Tradition
2
COHESIVE/CONNECTIVE DEVICES
3
Coherence Activity

2021

1
RHYME
2
RHYME ASSIGNMENT
3
PREFIX
4
PREFIX ASSIGNMENT
5
ADJUNCT

1
Stress Patterns and Nasal Sounds /m/, /n/ and /ŋ/

1
Figures of Speech: Metaphor, Personification, and Metonymy

1
Questions Tag and Argumentative Essay

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