by edudelight

                                                      A Story of my Life

                                               Teacher’s Activities

Activity one (1): Draw out sentences from the students about their lives from childhood till now.

Activity two (2): Share some of your experiences with them starting from childhood.

Activity three (3): 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 your name, when and where you were born and how growing up was like for you.

Paragraph two (2): Write about your family and your childhood experiences, the school you attended or the one you are attending now and your experience at school.

Paragraph three (3): Write about what you are experiencing now and what you wish yourself in the future.


           My Name is King Samuel. I was born Eleven years ago in Oshodi, a popular town in Lagos, Western Nigeria. Sincerely, growing up has been very pleasant and easy for me because my parents are very rich.  They supply al my needs and take good care of me. In many ways, I have been a success.

            My family is wonderful. My father is a banker and mother is a teacher. I have got one sister (Simi). I had a wonderful childhood experience and I had nothing to worry about.  The school I was enrolled in is one of the best schools I town and I am now in Basic six (6). My classmates are very kind. They often refer to me as the “Silver Kid” and my teachers care for me like an egg. They like me so much because I am brilliant and very respectful. My close relationship with my classmate and teachers has helped me greatly in expanding my view of the world and my myself.

            At the moment, I am in Basic six (6) and will be writing the common Entrance Examination into Secondary School very soon. God has really been gracious to me because life has not treated me badly. I look forward to a great, fulfilling and bright future where I will not struggle to get anything I need.

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

Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write with care and in details a composition about a story you have been told.

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