A COMPOSITION ABOUT ” MY LAST SUMMER HOLIDAY”

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                                               Teacher’s Activities

Activity one (1): Draw out sentences from the pupils about how they spent their last summer holiday.

Activity two (2): To guide the pupils in writing a detailed composition about the topic, write and explain the following guidelines on the board.

Activity four (4): Look at, interpret, and explain the example.

                                  GUIDELINES

Paragraph one (1):  Write about, when the holiday started and what you did at the beginning of the holiday.

Paragraph two (2):  Write about the events and activities you were involved in during the holiday.

Paragraph three (3): write about what you did all through the holiday, how you ended the holiday and how you felt. 

COMPOSITION: My Last Summer Holiday

After the last and long school year, the summer holiday began. My family and I travelled to my grandfather’s place. It was a long journey to our destination.

I remember travelling in a crowded bus and can’t explain how I got my grandfather’s place.is slept throughout the journey.

The next morning, my grandfather took me and my younger brother to a nearby waterfall. When we arrived the fall, we saw a man preparing to do his bungee jump. After that, we went to ikire, it is one of the small villages in Osun State in the west of Nigeria. It also has its own waterfall.it was at the Ikire Falls that my grandfather told me an incredible story of my ancestors.

After all these, we made our way back to my grandfather’s place. All through the holiday, I was on visitation to one place or the other. I visited the ikire zoo, itori Park and Ikoyi Mountain.

Pupil’s Activity one (1): Read the example and pay attention.

Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write a detailed composition about how you spent your last summer holiday.

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