SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE SSS 1

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SCHEME OF WORK FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE SSS 1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) SSS 1- FIRST TERM
Oracy Skills: Spoken English
1. Selected consonant sounds (j, z, etc.)
2. Consonants followed by /w/
3. Consonants followed by /j/
4. Syllabic consonants /l/
5. Consonants sounds followed by K + W
6. Consonants followed by /J/ and /U/ sounds

Vocabulary Development
1. Vocabulary Associated with Home and Family
2. Vocabulary Associated with Agriculture
3. Vocabulary Associated with Fishing and Animal Husbandry-Fishing
4. Vocabulary Associated with Animal Husbandry
5. Vocabulary Associated with Religion – Traditional Religion

English Grammatical Structures
1. Nouns and Noun Phrases with the Definite Articles
2. Countable and Uncountable Nouns
3. Introducing Nominalisation of adjectives and verbs

Literacy Skills: Writing For Effective Communication
1. Continuous writing – Narrative
2. Letter Writing – informal letter
3. Record Keeping

Oracy Skills: Reading for Comprehension and Effective Study
1. Reading to comprehend main ideas or story line
2. Reading to comprehend supporting details
3. Reading to comprehend word-meanings through context
4. Reading to identify the writer’s mood, tone and purpose and the relationship between purpose and
tone
5. Reading for Summary

Oracy Skills: Listening For Comprehension
1. Listening to grasp main points or ideas (in a speech, conversation, lecture, poem, recorded
material, radio broadcast and short debates)
2. Listening to identify a speaker’s mood, tone and purpose

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) SSS 1- SECOND TERM
Oracy Skills: Spoken English
1. Words of two syllables, stressed on the second syllable
2. Words of three syllables stressed on first, second or third syllables
3. Words of four syllables stressed on first, second or third syllables
4. Oral Composition skills I; Narrative & Descriptive

Vocabulary Development
1. Vocabulary Associated with Religion – Christian Religion
2. Vocabulary Associated with Religion – Islamic Religion
3. Other Expressions Associated with Religion
4. Antonyms As words (i) Exactly Opposite in Meaning (ii) Nearly Opposite in Meaning

English Grammatical Structures
1. Irregular Verbs
2. Complex Tense form
3. Phrasal Verbs I
4. Phrasal Verbs II

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Literacy Skills: Writing For Effective Communication
1. Continuous writing – descriptive
2. Semi – Formal letters
3. Speech Writing

Oracy Skills: Reading for Comprehension and Effective Study
1. Reading to comprehend main ideas or story line
2. Reading to comprehend supporting details
3. Reading to comprehend word-meanings through context
4. Reading to identify the writer’s mood, tone and purpose and the relationship between purpose and
tone
5. Reading for Summary

Oracy Skills: Listening For Comprehension
1. Listening to identify details
2. Listening for summary through identifying key words

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) SSS 1- THIRD TERM
Oracy Skills: Spoken English
1. Stress timing in English Sentences; correct phrasing and voice modulation in continuous prose
reading
2. Speaking to persuade/convince
3. Oral Composition skills II; Expository & Argumentative

Vocabulary Development
1. Synonyms As words (i) With the same Meaning (ii) Nearly same in Meaning
2. Words Associated with Profession – Advertising
3. Words Associated with Profession – Stock Exchange
4. Spelling of Commonly Misspelt words and the use of the dictionary

English Grammatical Structures
1. Adjuncts (Adverbs)
2. Complex Sentences
3. Compound Sentences

Literacy Skills: Writing For Effective Communication
1. Popular Articles for Various Reading Audiences
Oracy Skills: Reading for Comprehension and Effective Study
1. Reading to comprehend main ideas or story line
2. Reading to comprehend supporting details
3. Reading to comprehend word-meanings through context
4. Reading to identify the writer’s mood, tone and purpose and the relationship between purpose and
tone
5. Reading for Summary

Oracy Skills: Listening For Comprehension
1. Listening attentively to follow directions effectively
2. Listening to tell the meanings of words in context
3. Listening to identity a speaker’s style

 

Also See

SCHEME OF WORK FOR ECONOMICS SSS 1

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES SSS 1

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CIVIC EDUCATION SSS 1

SCHEME OF WORK FOR CHEMISTRY SSS 1

SCHEME OF WORK FOR BIOLOGY SSS 1

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