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ENGLISH LANGUAGE YEAR 12

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Lectures: 27

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  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: The Schwa /∂/ as Final Unstressed Syllable
  • Comprehension/Summary: General Guidelines (NOSEC. Pages 2-3)
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Culture (Ceremonies)
  • Structure: Nouns: Types and Irregular Forms
  • Writing Skills: Expository Essay (Use WAEC/NECO questions)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Stress – (Contrastive and Emphatic Stress)
  • Comprehension: General Guidelines (NOSEC. Pages 2-3)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 20)
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Culture (Institutions)
  • Structure: Noun Phrases (Functions)
  • Writing Skills: Expository Essay (Use WAEC/NECO questions)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Clusters of Two Consonants Occurring in the Final Position
  • Comprehension: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 33)
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Motor Vehicle and Travelling
  • Structure: Modals -(Forms and Uses)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pages 34)
  • Writing Skills: Letter Writing-Informal Letter
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Cluster of Three and Four Consonants in the Final Position
  • Comprehension: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 46)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pages 47-48)
  • Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Government and Administration
  • Structure: Pronouns (Uses of Pronouns)
  • Writing Skills: Letter Writing – Formal Letters
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Vowel Contrasts – /ͻ/ and /ͻ:/, /ͻ/ and /a:/
  • Comprehension: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 75)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pages 76-77)
  • Vocabulary Development: British and American Spellings
  • Structure: Verbs (Forms and Functions)
  • Writing Skills: Articles for Publication in the National Magazine
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Vowel Contrasts – /i:/ and /i/, /u/ and /u:/
  • Comprehension: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 60)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pages 61-62)
  • Vocabulary Development: Foreign Elements in English Usage – French, Latin, and Greek Words
  • Structure: Verbs (Active and Passive Voice)
  • Writing Skills: Letter Writing – Semi-Formal Letters
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Consonant Contrasts /t/, /d/ and /id/
  • Comprehension: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 86)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 87)
  • Vocabulary Development: Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions
  • Structure: Phrasal Verbs
  • Writing Skills: Articles for Publication in the National Magazine (Use WAEC/NECO questions)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Consonant Contrasts – /s/ and /z/ and /zd/
  • Comprehension: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 112)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 113)
  • Vocabulary Development: Collocations
  • Structure: Sequence of Tenses
  • Writing Skills: Speech Writing (Use WAEC/NECO questions)
  1. CONTENT
  • Speech Work: Consonant Contrasts – /p/ and /b/; /f/ and /v/
  • Comprehension: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 123)
  • Summary: Exercise (NOSEC. Pg. 124)
  • Vocabulary Development: Collocations
  • Structure: Pronouns (Reflexive and Reciprocal)
  • Writing Skills: Speech Writing (Use WAEC/NECO questions)

 

ESSAY WRITING

(i) letter;

(ii) speech;

(iii)argument/debate;

(iv) creative writing.

COMPREHENSION

(i) Content: relevance of ideas to the topic;

(ii) Organization: formal features (where applicable), good paragraphing, appropriate emphasis and arrangement of ideas;

(iii) Expression: effective control of vocabulary and sentence structure;

(iv) Mechanical Accuracy: correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc.

SUMMARY WRITING
REGISTERS

(a) Building and Building Construction;
(b) Agriculture;
(c) Stock exchange;
(d) Health;
(e) Law and Order;
(f) Government and Administration;
(g) Sports;
(h) Science and Technology

II. Idiomatic expressions and collocations

 
III. Structural elements of English
e.g. sequence of tenses,
matching of pronouns with their antecedents,
correct use of prepositions,
adjectival pattern,
tenses,
question tags,
phrasal verbs,
concord and agreement.
“ORAL ENGLISH
1. CONSONANTS
(a) Single Consonants
(b) Consonant Clusters
II. VOWELS
(a) Pure Vowels
(b) Diphthongs
(c) Triphthongs
III. STRESS
(a) Word Stress
(b) Sentence Stress
(c) Emphatic stress
IV. INTONATION
V. RHYME

WEEK 1

1
LINK
2
Structure: Nouns: Types and Irregular Forms
3
Speech Work: The Schwa /∂/ as Final Unstressed Syllable
4
Comprehension/Summary: General Guidelines
5
Writing Skills: Expository Essay (Use WAEC/NECO questions)

WEEK 2

1
Speech Work: Stress – (Contrastive and Emphatic Stress)
2
Summary: Exercise
3
Vocabulary Development: Words Associated with Culture (Institutions)
4
Writing Skills: Expository Essay (Use WAEC/NECO questions)

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

1
OBJECTIVE

WEEK OF 9TH NOVEMBER

1
Speech work: Consonant Clusters
2
Structure: Modals -(Forms and Uses)
3
Examination Hints: Comprehension

WEEEK 0F 16TH NOVEMBER

1
Writing Skills: Letter Writing-Informal Letter
2
Speech Work: Intonation

FIRST TERM EXAMS

1
EXAMS QUESTION

SECOND TERM

Letter Writing

1
ASSESSMENT
2
Formal Letter Assignment.
3
Formal Letter
4
Informal Letter
5
Informal Letter Assignment

1
Speech;

1
Argument/debate;

1
Creative writing.

WEEK OF 25TH JANUARY

1
READING SKILLS
2
Comprehension Mistakes to Avoid

SECOND TERM MID-STAKE ASSESSMENT

1
OBJECTIVE

WEEK OF 1ST FEBRUARY

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

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