A MEMORABLE SCHOOL EXCURSION
Activity one (1): Draw out sentences from the students about one of their exciting school trips or excursion. .
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.
Paragraph one (1): Write about when you had the excursion, the class you were, where you went to and with who.
Paragraph two (2): Write about the trip, your experience and how you felt, things and places you saw.
Paragraph three (3): Write about what you learnt and gained from the excursion (trip).
COMPOSITION: A Memorable School Excursion
When I was I basic four (4), I went on a three day school trip to Badagry, a historical town in the west of Nigeria with my teachers and classmates.it was the most exciting school excursion I have ever made.
The journey from Delta state to Lagos was quite time consuming but I never felt tired throughout the journey. We arrived Badagry in the evening and passed the night at whispering palms Guest House. I was so happy because it was the first time I have been to Badagry having heard a lot about this beautiful coastal town. The three days trip gave me the opportunity of seeing the first storey building in Nigeria, the first Primary School in Nigeria, Late Missionaries Graveyards, the slave chain and many other historical scenes. I also had a chance of visiting the Akran of Badagry Palace. It is very majestic!
Moreover, during those three days, I learnt so many things. I learnt about the occupations of Badagrians – they are majorly fishermen and weavers. I learnt about their culture and their gods. I also became more responsible and gained a lots of self – confidence. My School trip to Badagry was exciting and unforgettable. I cannot wait to have such a trip again.
Pupil’s Activity one (1): Read the example and pay attention.
Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write a detailed composition about a memory school excursion you had.