English Studies Scheme of Work NAPPS (JSS1 – JSS3)

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JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (JSS1 – 3)

ENGLISH STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK JSS1 FIRST TERM NAPPS

WKSJUNIOR SECONDARY 1 ENGLISH STUDIES TOPICS
11.1 SPEECH WORK: i) Introduction to speech ii) Organs of speech                        
1.2 GRAMMAR: Parts of speech i) Nouns-Meaning ii) Types of Nouns with examples
1.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: The Family (use any of the recommended texts for JSS 1 Vocabulary Development: Introduction to Language Skills: Listening Skills; Speaking Skills; Reading skills; Writing Skills.
1.4 COMPOSITION: Meaning, types of composition (Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative, Expository).
1.5 LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: What is Literature? The Features of Literature.
1.6 TYPES OF LITERATURE: – Oral, Historical, Dance Drama, Miming… with reference to related texts.
22.1 SPEECH WORK: i) Pure Vowel Sounds (Monothongs) Examples
2.2 GRAMMAR: Pronouns (i) Meaning, Identification. ii) Types of Pronouns.
2.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading strategies (SPQ3R) – Survey Preview, Question, Recite, Recall, Review. Vocabulary Development: Members of the Family.
2.4 COMPOSITION: Elements of Composition: Introduction, Body and Conclusion.
2.5 LITERATURE: Purpose/Functions of Literature.
2.6 LITERATURE: – Introduction to Prose – Use the recommended text.
33.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel /i:/
3.2 GRAMMAR: Verbs: i. Definition, Identification with example. ii. Types of Verbs: Transitive, Intransitive, Regular, Irregular, Auxiliary, lexical.
3.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Identification of main/supporting ideas. Vocabulary Development – Your School Subject.
3.4 COMPOSITION: Outlining the differences between Descriptive Essays and Narrative Essays.
3.5 LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: Introduction to the elements of Prose (Plot, Style, Characterisation)
3.6 TYPES OF LITERATURE: – Types of Oral Literature.
44.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel /I/
4.2 GRAMMAR: Adjectives: i. Definition, Identification. ii. Types of Adjectives.
4.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to answer specific questions: test for knowledge level and translation level.
4.4 COMPOSITION: Narrative Essays- My Experience in Former School 4.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Prose.
4.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH – Features of Oral Literature.
55.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel /e/
5.2 GRAMMAR: Comparison of Adjectives: Absolute Adjectives – Excellent SuperiorTotal
5.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Differentiating between the main ideas and the supporting ideas in a given passage.
5.4 COMPOSITION: Paragraph Writing – Arranging of ideas in logical sequence with introduction and conclusion.  
5.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: i) Introduction to Drama. ii) Types and elements of Drama.
5.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Characterization and Themes in the recommended Prose text.
66.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel /æ/
6.2 GRAMMAR: Adverb: i. Definition, Identification. ii. Types of Adverb with examples.
6.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to answer specific questions: test for interpretation level and projection level.
6.4 COMPOSITION: Descriptive Essays- A Market Place
6.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama.
6.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH – Plot and settings in the recommended Drama text.
77.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel Sound /a:/
7.2 GRAMMAR: Prepositions: i. Definition, Identification. ii. Types and functions with examples.
7.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Application of the reading technique (SPQ3R) to a given passage.
7.4 COMPOSITION:i) Introduction to Letter Writing. ii) Types of Letters. 7.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: i) Introduction to Folktales. (ii) Definition and types.
7.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH – Narrative of Folktales.
88.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel /þ/
8.2 GRAMMAR: Conjunction: TYPES (1) Subordinating. (2) Coordinating i. Definition, Identification.ii. Functions.
8.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Asking questions to cover all the levels of comprehension (Where, When, How, Why and What)
8.4 COMPOSITION: Features of an Informal Letter.
8.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama. 8.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Introduction of Figures of Speech (Simile, Metaphor, Irony…….)
99.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel /C:/
9.2 GRAMMAR: Introduction to Adverbials (Features and Functions, Types) 9.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Asking specific questions that will elicit students’ opinion.
9.4 COMPOSITION: Informal Letter – Letter to your cousin telling him about your new school.
8.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: A review of the recommended texts.
9.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Figures of speech.
10.REVISION
11.TESTS/EXAMINATION
12 & 13EXAMINATION.

ENGLISH STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK JSS2 FIRST TERM NAPPS

WKSJUNIOR SECONDARY 2 ENGLISH STUDIES TOPICS
11.1 SPEECH WORK: Listening and Speaking: Revision of pure vowel sounds.
1.2 GRAMMAR: Revision of Parts of speech: Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs   and   Adjectives.
1.3 READING & COMPREHENSION:  Review of the SPQ3R reading technique.
1.4 COMPOSITION: Writing an outline for a Narrative Essay – How I spent My Last Holiday.
1.5 LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: Revisit Features of Prose (Setting, theme, characterization ….)
1.6 TYPES OF LITERATURE: – Figures of Speech: Alliteration, Personification.
22.1 SPEECH WORK: Revision of Consonant sounds with emphasis on consonant clusters.
2.2 GRAMMAR: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs.
2.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to understand the writer’s purpose.
2.4 COMPOSITION: Descriptive Essay: Writing an outline on A Place of Interest I visited.
2.5 LITERATURE: Use the recommended text on Prose.
2.6 LITERATURE: Same as in 2.5.
33.1 SPEECH WORK: Listening and Speaking – The /IƏ / Sound (ear, clear, hear, bear)
3.2 GRAMMAR: More on Active and Passive Voice.
3.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Identification of words that points to the writer’s intention on contemporary issues like corruption. Vocabulary Development – Word Families – In The Hospital.
3.4 COMPOSITION: Elements of Composition: Pre-Writing, writing, editing, body and conclusion.
3.5 LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: Features of Folktales (didactic, entertaining, riddles,  ..)
3.6 TYPES OF LITERATURE: – Use the recommended text on Prose.
44.1 SPEECH WORK: Vowel /Əu/ sound (go, blow, mow, know, ..)
4.2 GRAMMAR: More on Tenses (Present, Past and Future)
4.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Critical reading: Meaning and steps of critical reading. Vocabulary development: Word Families: The Officer’s Job.
4.4 COMPOSITION: Descriptive Essays- A Local Festival
4.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Prose.
4.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH – AS in 4.5
55.1 SPEECH WORK: Revision of Consonant (t, d, k, g)
5.2 GRAMMAR: The Present Continuous Tense.      
5.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to identify the meanings of words in various contexts. Vocabulary development – Word Families: A place of Worship.  
5.4 COMPOSITION: Revisit the format of an Informal letter and a Formal Letter.
5.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama 5.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Theme/Setting in the recommended text.
66.1 SPEECH WORK: Contrasting consonants /p/ and /t/ (pan, tan, prim, trim, …)
6.2 GRAMMAR: The Past Perfect Tense.
6.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to identify the facts and opinions in a given passage. Vocabulary development: The language of Sports. 6.4 COMPOSITION: Narrative Essays- What I do Every Day.
6.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama.
6.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH –Characterization and Plot in the recommended text.
77.1 SPEECH WORK: The Consonant Sounds /f/ and /v/ -(contrast) – vampire, favour, vanish, famish.
7.2 GRAMMAR: Making sentences with conjunctions.
7.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to explain the facts and opinions in a selected passage. Vocabulary Development: Word families: Journalism.
7.4 COMPOSITION:Letter Writing –A letter to Your Father on Why You Like Your New School.
7.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Differentiating between a novella and a novel
7.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: More of Figures of Speech: Onomatopoeia and Personification.
88.1 SPEECH WORK: The consonants /Ɩ/ and /r/
8.2 GRAMMAR: Making requests using will, could, may, ……..
8.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Refer to week 2.
8.4 COMPOSITION: Descriptive Essay – My Favourite Teacher.
8.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: retell a folktale and explain its theme.
8.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Use recommended text on Drama.
99.1 SPEECH WORK: The consonant sound /h/
9.2 GRAMMAR: Direct and Indirect Speech.
9.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: A review of week 4
9.4 COMPOSITION: Formal Letter – A letter of Invitation (As a Guest Speaker)
8.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Revision of the recommended texts.
9.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Revision Literary Terms.
10.REVISION
11.TESTS.
12 & 13EXAMINATION.
  

NAPPS English first term JSS3 Scheme

WKSJUNIOR SECONDARY 3 ENGLISH STUDIES TOPICS
11.1 REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMINATION.

1.2 GRAMMAR: Parts of Speech Revision.
1.3 READING & COMPREHENSION:  Scanning for main points.
1.4 COMPOSITION: Informal Letter – Letter to my best friend on my plans for this academic session.
1.5 LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: Introduction to Fiction and Non-Fiction. 1.6 TYPES OF LITERATURE: – Examples of Non-fiction.
22.1 SPEECH WORK: The skew /Ə/ sound –about, doctor, above.
2.2 GRAMMAR: Expressing/describing emotions (verb + preposition)
2.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Skimming for specific information. 2.4 COMPOSITION: Writing to a pen-pal.
2.5 LITERATURE: Poetry analysis.
2.6 LITERATURE: Use the recommended text on prose.
33.1 SPEECH WORK: Stress and intonation continued.
3.2 GRAMMAR: Adverb of frequency-(often, always, occasionally).
3.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to cultivate the skill of referencing.
3.4 COMPOSITION: Write a story on the topic – All that glitters is not gold. 3.5 LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Prose.
3.6 TYPES OF LITERATURE: – Characterization, Theme, Plot in the prose text.
44.1 SPEECH WORK: Consonants /Ɜ/ and /dꞫ/ (leisure/ ledger, garage, large) 4.2 GRAMMAR: Changing Positive statements to negative statements using ‘not’.
4.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Practise scanning, skimming and normal rate reading.
4.4 COMPOSITION: How to care for a motor vehicle.
4.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Comprehensive study of the Prose text.
4.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH – Introduction of rhyme scheme.
55.1 SPEECH WORK: Contrast Consonants /d/, /ꝺ/,/θ/, /z/ (advert, father, loathe, zip)
5.2 GRAMMAR: Modal forms – Will, Can, Could, May: Direct and Indirect forms of modals.  
5.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to differentiate between facts and opinions. Vocabulary Development: Tourism.
5.4 COMPOSITION: Distinguishing between the features of Formal Letters and Informal letters.
5.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended Drama text.
5.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Study the different types of rhyme scheme.
66.1 SPEECH WORK: Contrast between /Ɜ:/ and /Э:/
6.2 GRAMMAR: Adjectives and Adverbs expressing willingness/unwillingness using modal verbs+adverbials.
6.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reading to make deductions from a selected passage.
6.4 COMPOSITION: A semi-formal letter – Write a letter to your class teacher stating why you were absent from school.
6.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended Drama text.
6.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH –Characterization, Diction, Setting and Plot in the dramatext.
77.1 SPEECH WORK: The consonants /s/, /ʃ/ and /tʃ/ (ceiling, short, machine, cheque)
7.2 GRAMMAR: Adverbs of place and manner.
7.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Reference to week 5.
7.4 COMPOSITION:Debate: Corruption is worse than armed robbery.
7.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: More on Rhyme Schemes.
7.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Identification of costumes and props in the drama text.
88.1 SPEECH WORK: The consonants /ʃ/ and /tʃ/(sheep/chip, fish/pitch)
8.2 GRAMMAR: Idiomatic expressions.
8.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Refer to week 6.
8.4 COMPOSITION: Descriptive Essay – My Favourite Subject.  
8.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Questions on the Prose text.
8.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Questions on Drama text.
99.1 SPEECH WORK: The consonant sound /w/ and /j/.
9.2 GRAMMAR: Adverbs of cause or reason; so that, in order, so as.
9.3 READING & COMPREHENSION: Identification of the topic sentences in a given passage.
9.4 COMPOSITION: Debate – Child trafficking is worse than stealing.
8.5 LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Revision of the prose text.
9.6 LITERATURE – IN ENGLISH: Revision of the drama text.
10.REVIEW
11.EXAMINATION.
12 & 13EXAMINATION.

Second Term JSS1 English Studies NAPPS Scheme of work

WEEK 1

  • Revision of last term examinations and work with emphasis on grammar

WEEK 2

  • Speech work:  Vowel /u/ & /u:/
    • Grammar: Adverbials (Frequency and Manner)
    • Reading and comprehension:  Asking specific questions that require conclusions to be drawn by students
    • Composition:  Letter writing: Formal letter, features of a formal letter, writing a letter of permission to be absent from school to the Principal
    • Literature-In-English:   Folktales (Didactic, Entertainment, Magical)
    • Literature-in-English: Use of recommended text on Prose

WEEK 3

  • Speech work:  Vowels /u:/ sound
    • Grammar:  Tenses:  The simple present tense
    • Reading and comprehension:  Asking specific questions that require students to make projections.  Vocabulary Development:  The Library
    • Composition:  Formal letter:  a letter to the school authority (Refer to week 2)
    • Literature-In-English:  Introduction to poetry:  Definition, Features (Concise, unique).
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on Prose

WEEK 4

  • Speech work:  Vowel /^/ sound…
    • Grammar:  The simple past tense
    • Reading and comprehension: Asking specific questions that require maximum recall of ideas and facts.  Vocabulary development:  Marriage related words
    • Composition:  Guided composition – The Federal Roads Safety Commission
    • Literature-In-English:  poetry: Types (Epic, Lyrics….)
    • Literature-In-English:  Differentiate between oral and written poetry

WEEK 5

  • Speech work:  Vowel /3:/ sound
    • Grammar:  The present continuous Tense
    • Reading and comprehension:  Reading to understand the author’s mood and expression used in the passage e.g. anger, doubt, joy ….
    • Composition:  narrative Essay:  The Most Memorable Day of My Life
    • Literature –In-English:  Drama:  Features (theme, costumes, audience and so on)
    • Literature –In-English:  Identification of the features of drama in a given text

WEEK 6

  • Speech Work: Vowel /Ə/ sound
    • Grammar:  The past continuous tense
    • Reading and comprehension:  reading between the lines to detect the author’s attitude. Vocabulary Development:  Child labour and trafficking
    • Composition:  Argumentative:  Road Transportation is Safer than Air Transportation
    • Literature-In- English:  Use the recommended text on prose
    • Literature-In-English: As in 6.5

WEEK 7

  • Speech Work:  Introduction to vowel contrasting /ƥ/ and /Э:/ e.g. hot and pot:  /a:/ and /æ/ e.g. bag, part…
    • Grammar:  Making sentences with the simple present tense and the past tense
    • Reading and comprehension:  Reading to identify the overall impression created by the author’s style of presentation
    • Composition:  Expository Essay:  HIV/AIDS
    • Literature-In-English:  Myths and Legends:  Comparing myths and legends
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on Drama

WEEK 8

  • Speech Work:  Contrasting vowels /e/ and /Ə/, e.g. egg and burn, pet and shirt
    • Grammar:  Future tense:  making sentences with the simple future tense – Will, Shall
    • Reading and comprehension:  Reading to interpret diagram maps and sketches accurately.  Vocabulary development – Word Formation – using prefixes
    • Composition:  Argumentative (Arranging ideas in logical sequences)
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on Drama
    • Literature-In-English:  Myths and Legends:  Features (Magic, Superstition and so on)

WEEK 9

  • Speech work:  Introduction to Diphthongs
    • Grammar:  making sentences with the simple past tense
    • Reading and comprehension:  Reading to identify how a diagram or map clarifies or complements reading material
    • Composition:  Guided composition on A Festival in My Village
    • Literature-In-English:  dramatization of some scenes in the recommended text on Drama

WEEK 10

Literature-In-English:  a review of the recommended texts

WEEK 11 – 12

Revision and Examination

Second Term JSS2 English Studies NAPPS Scheme of work

WEEK 1

  • Revision of last term work

Speech work:  revision of diphthongs

  • Grammar:  reported speech:  rules guiding the use of reported speech
  • Reading and comprehension:  Reading to provide alternative work that can fit into the context to replace the target words
  • Composition:  Writing a Report:  Outline and Features
  • Literature-In-English:  use the recommended text on prose
  • Literature-In-English:  As in 5

WEEK 2

  • Speech Work:  Intonation:  Identification of intonation patterns in statements, questions and commands
    • Grammar:  Making sentences with prepositions
    • Reading and comprehension:  Reading for speed with emphasis on avoidance of vocalization, regressive reading and reading words instead of phrases.  Vocabulary development – law and justice
    • Composition:  Writing a report:  An Accident I Witnessed
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on prose
    • Literature-In-English:  Themes/characterization in the recommended prose text

WEEK 3

  • Speech work:  Intonation/Speech:  Making statements, giving commands and asking questions, using different intonation patterns
    • Grammar:  Regular and irregular verbs
    • Reading and comprehension:  Techniques of speed reading:  surveying, scanning, skimming.  Vocabulary development:  Culture and tourism
    • Composition: writing an informal letter continued:  Letter to a friend about your school inter-house sport.
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on drama
    • Literature-In-English:  Themes and plot in the recommended drama text

WEEK 4

  • Speech work:  Stress: identification of the correct points of pauses in different words (im’port/’import, ‘refuse/re’fuse)
    • Grammar:  Reported commands
    • Reading and comprehension:  Dialogue.  Vocabulary development:  ICT
    • Composition :  Formal letter:  Write to the Local Government Chairman about the bad roads in your area
    • Literature-In-English:  use the recommended text on Drama
    • Literature-in-English:  Language: Setting and characterization in the recommended Drama text.

WEEK 5

  • Speech work:  Rhythm – Identification of the appropriate rhythm in a given poem
    • Grammar:  Reported requests
    • Reading and comprehension:  Dialogue continued
    • Composition:  Argumentative Essay:  Herbal medicines are more potent than orthodox medicines are
    • Literature-In-English:  Identification of some figures of speech in the recommended prose text
    • Literature-in-English:  as in 5.5

WEEK 6

  • Speech work:  review of stress/intonation.  Refer to weeks 3 and 4
    • Grammar:  Adverbials and the Present tense
    • Reading and Comprehension: More on week 2 topic. Vocabulary developments: science and technology.
    • Composition: Expository Essay- Entrepreneurship.
    • Literature-In-English: Distinguish between Irony, Euphemism and Hyperbole.
    • Literature- In-English: Write a short play on the reward of truancy.

WEEK 7

  • Speech Work: Consonants /s/ and /z/ (sip/zip, stone/zebra, this/these, loose/lose)
    • Grammar: Introduction to punctuation marks.
    • Reading and Comprehension: Reading to summarize a selected passage.
    • Composition:  Narrative Essay- My Last Birthday
    • Literature-In-English:  summary  of the recommended Prose text
    • Literature-In-English: As in 7.5

WEEK 8

  • Speech work:  Consonant sounds /k/ and/g/ (cup/gulp, chaos/alligator)
    • Grammar:  Punctuation marks:  The Full Stop and The Comma
    • Reading and comprehension:  Reading to identify the main and supporting ideas in a selected passage.
    • Composition:  writing a story:  The Meeting
    • Literature-In-English:  summary of the recommended Drama text
    • Literature-In-English:  as in 8.5

WEEK 9

  • Speech work:  consonants /m/, /n/, /ᶇ/ (man, nanny, singer)
    • Grammar:  Punctuation Marks continued
    • Reading and comprehension:  As in week 8
    • Composition:  Review the types of Letters and Essays
    • Literature-In-English:  Review the literary terms

WEEK 10

Literature-In-English:  As in 9.5

WEEK 11 – 12

Second Term JSS3 English Studies NAPPS Scheme of work

WEEK 1

  1. Revision of last term’s examination questions:  Speech work:  Consonants /t/ and/o/ (tin/thin, tick/thick)
    1. Grammar:  Expressing exception using except, except for, but, apart from
    1. Reading and comprehension:  Reading for critical evaluation
    1. Composition:  More on writing to a Pen-pal
    1. Literature-In-English:  review the features of folktales
    1. Literature-in-English:  Discuss some folktales

WEEK 2

  • Speech work:  Consonant contrasts /t/ and /≤/ (tailor/summer, pit/mouse, pat/pass
    • Grammar:  Prepositions which express relations with people (with, for, against)
    • Listening comprehension:  Listening for implied meanings
    • Composition:  The School Prize Giving Day
    • Literature-In-English:  Poetry – Write a short poem on – The Lonely Child
    • Literature-In-English:  write a short story on – How the Tortoise Got the Pattern on his shell
    • Speech work:  Contrast consonants /ʃ/ and/ȝ/ (mission/pleasure, vision/measure)
    • Grammar:  The simple sentence

WEEK 3

  • Listening comprehension:  Listening to get the main gist or the main points in a paragraph
    • Composition:  At The Bus Stop
    • Literature-In-English:  Literacy devices in a selected poem
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on Prose

WEEK 4

  • Speech work:  Contrast between vowels /^/ and /a:/ (much/march, pun/part)
    • Grammar:  The Compound sentence
    • Listening comprehension:  Listening to questions in order to answer them
    • Composition:  Informal letter – A letter to a friend telling him/her about your best subject
    • Literature-in-English:  Use the recommended text on Prose
    • Literature-In-English:  Identification of the features of Prose

WEEK 5

  • Speech work:  Nasal sound /m/, /n/ and /ᶇ/ continued (mentor, knotty/naughty, fling)
    • Grammar: Punctuation marks:  The uses of the capital letter.
    • Listening comprehension:  Listening to interpret ideas in a selected passage
    • Composition: Informal letter – A letter to your Grandfather/mother telling them that you are coming to spend your forthcoming holidays with them
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended Drama text
    • Literature-In-English:  Theme/setting/characterization in the recommended Drama text

WEEK 6

  • Speech work:  vowels /æ/ and /ȝ:/ (bath/birth, arm/earn, farm/firm)
    • Grammar:  Pronouns – Relative and Relative Pronouns
    • Reading and comprehension:  revisit week 5 and 1st term
    • Composition:  Article Writing – The Evils of Youth Unemployment
    • Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended Drama text
    • Literature-In-English:  Lead students to write a playlet

WEEK 7

  • Speech work:  Vowels /Э:/ and /Э/ (brought/ hot, malt/pot, fought/cot)
    • Grammar:  Personal Pronouns – Rules guiding the use of personal pronouns
    • Reading and comprehension:  Revisit week 2 of 2nd Term
    • Composition:  Expository – Drug Addiction
    • Literature-In-English:  Poetry – Language in Poetry
    • Literature-in-English:  Construct sentences with irony and hyperbole

WEEK 8

  • Speech work:  Vowels /u/ and /u:/ (pull/pool, bush/sue, sugar/food)
    • Grammar:  Demonstrative Pronouns
    • Reading and comprehension:  Reading to summarize paragraphs
    • Composition:  Argumentative Essay – Teachers are better than farmers in a society
    • Literature-in-English:  Summarizing the Prose text
    • Literature-in-English:  summarizing the prose text

WEEK 9

  • Speech work:  Vowel /Ə/ (among, above, doctor, again, teacher, about, pastor)
    • Grammar:  differentiating between demonstrative pronouns and demonstrative adjectives
    • Reading  and comprehension:  revisit week 1 2nd term
    • Composition:  Expository writing – Population Explosion
    • Literature-in-English:  Revision of the Drama text

WEEK 10

Literature-In-English:  Revision of the Drama text using relevant questions

WEEK 11 AND 12

REVISION AND EXAMINATION

Third Term JSS1 English Studies NAPPS Scheme of work

WEEKJSS 1
001ENGLISH
 TOPIC
1.         

1.2        1.3            1.4        1.5        1.6
REVISION OF PREVIOUS TERM’S WORK :  SPEECH WORK  –  DIPHTHONGS GRAMMAR – VERB – Introduction –Active Voice and Passive Voice
READING AND COMPREHENSION; Reading to make meaning from spatial description, Vocabulary development: Air transport COMPOSITION:  Introduction to Expository Essay
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Prose
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Theme/characterization in the recommended prose text.
     2.1         2.2       2.3              2.4       2.5       2.6SPEECH WORK:  Identification of diphthongs in words.  For example /æ/ as in Mary Mæri/ / æi) as in boil/bæil/
GRAMMAR:  Highlighting the Active Voice
READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Reading to identify appropriate introduction and conclusion in selected topics.  Vocabulary Development:  Words related to Fishing
COMPOSITION:  Elements of writing continued.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Prose
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Setting/Plot to the recommended text.
    3.1       3.2       3.3             3.4       3.5         3.5SPEECH WORK:  Introduction to consonants sounds.  
GRAMMAR:  The Use of Passive Voice with examples. 
READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Reading to identify key words in the passage that signal direction.  Vocabulary Development:  Words associated with the kitchen.
COMPOSITION:   Expository Essay  (Guided Writing)  The Ebola Virus
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Poetry Identification of the language used in a selected poem.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Poetry continued.
   4.1      4.2    4.3          4.4      4.5        4.6SPEECH WORK:  Syllables:  words of two, three, four syllables. GRAMMAR:  Exercise on Active Voice. 
READING AND  COMPREHENSION:  Reading to make meaning from spatial description, Vocabulary development: Words associated with the Sick bay.
COMPOSITION:   Argumentative Essay  Tribalism is a better evil than Cultism
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Myths/Legend.  Identification of the moral lessons learnt from a legend.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama
   5.1    5.2    5.3         5.4       5.5     5.6SPEECH WORK:  Syllables continued.
GRAMMAR:  Exercise on Passive Voice. 
READING AND  COMPREHENSION:  Refer to week 7 of 2nd term, Vocabulary development: Words associated with Cooking. COMPOSITION:   Argumentative Essay  Cultism erodes Traditional Values in a  Society.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Identification/Explanation of the meaning of a selected poem.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Identification of the Figures of Speech in the selected poem.
  6.1      6.2     6.3         6.4       6.5     6.6SPEECH WORK:  Consonants clusters (asks. school, thrive, please, respect …)
GRAMMAR:  Statements and Tag Questions 
READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Identification of Topic Sentences. Vocabulary development: Words associated with Teaching.
COMPOSITION:   Identifying the differences between Argumentative Essay and Expository Essay.   
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Write a short play or story.
   7.1           7.2     7.3        7.4      7.5      7.6SPEECH WORK:  Word boundaries: Production of sounds with reference to linking sounds.  For example: matter-of-fact, Shah of Iran, bread and butter and poor and blind.
GRAMMAR:  Differentiating between Polar Questions and Tag Questions.
READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Refer to week 8 of 2ndterm,  Vocabulary development:   Spelling Drills.
COMPOSITION Expository Essay:  How to plant a Tree.   LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use Similes and Metaphors on sentences.
    8.1SPEECH WORK:  Contrasting /ei/ and ie/.  For example, date, here, late, cheer
GRAMMAR:  Exercise on Adverbials.
READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Revisit week 9 of 2nd term,  Vocabulary development:   Spelling Drills continued
COMPOSITION: (Oral)   School Rules
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Dramatization of an act from the Drama text.  
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Turn Similes to Metaphors and vice-versa.  For example:  She is as red as a rose.She is a red rose.
   9.1SPEECH WORK  –  DIPHTHONGS: Contrasting  /uæ/ and /en/ – tour, sow, pour, pole.
GRAMMAR – Revision of Noun, Pronouns, Verbs and Adjectives. READING AND COMPREHENSION; Reading for evaluation. COMPOSITION: Revise all the types of Essays.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: More on Figure of Speech: Euphemism/Pun
10REVISION
11 & 12TEST AND EXAMINATION

Third Term JSS2 English Studies NAPPS Scheme of work

WEEKJSS 2
001ENGLISH
 TOPIC
1.1          1.2        1.3            1.4        1.5        1.6REVISION OF 2nd TERM’S WORK AND EXAMINATION QUESTIONS:SPEECH WORK -REVISION OF STRESS/INTONATIONS.GRAMMAR: The use of conjunctions Although and whereas as contrasts. READING AND COMPREHENSION; Reading to understand the writer’s purpose by identifying the key words in a selected passage.
COMPOSITIONA review of Formal letters and Informal letters LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Review of Literacy Terms and Figures of Speech.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: As in 1.5
     2.1         2.2       2.3              2.4       2.5       2.6SPEECH WORK: Consonants/t/and/d/or/p/&/b/at the initial. Middle and final position of words.
GRAMMAR:  Using despite an inspite with adequate examples READING AND COMPREHENSION Reading to summarize the key ideas from different paragraphs
COMPOSITION:  Use the recommended text on Prose.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: More or Myths and Legends.  Themes in popular Myths/Legends.
    3.1       3.2       3.3             3.4       3.5         3.5SPEECH WORK:  Consonants sound/t/and/s/)sheep/cheap, mash/march)  GRAMMAR:  The uses of Have, Has and Had. 
READING AND COMPREHENSION: Reading to infer the author’s intention in a selected passage
COMPOSITION a composition on the topic: -Pride goes before a fall LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Characterization, Theme and Diction in the recommended Prose text
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Write a simple story on Honesty and Fair play.
   4.1      4.2    4.3          4.4      4.5        4.6SPEECH WORK: Consonants sound/ᴓ/and /ᴓ /(think/father, mouth/lathe)  
GRAMMAR:  Synonyms: using adequate examples.
READING AND COMPREHENSION: Reading to identify words/expressions that signal or redirect attention to the main point. VOCABULARY development: Words associated with Human rights COMPOSITION a composition on the topic: The Responsibility of Government
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Use the recommended text on Prose LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Writing a simple poem on Laziness.
   5.1    5.2    5.3         5.4       5.5     5.6SPEECH WORK:  Consonants/w/and /j/ ) wonder/university, win/yellow)
GRAMMAR:  Antonyms- using adequate examples
READING AND COMPREHENSION: As in week 1. Vocabulary Development: Conflict resolution. Words associated with Cooking. COMPOSITION: A topic on – A memorable Journey I once made LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Identification of the moral import in the recommended Prose text.
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Setting /plot in the recommended prose text.
  6.1      6.2     6.3         6.4       6.5     6.6SPEECH WORK:  Contrasting vowel/U/and/U:/ (Look/youth, book/food)
GRAMMAR:  The use of causative verbs.  For examples: blacken-to cause to become black
READING AND COMPREHENSION: As in week 2. Vocabulary Development: words associated with Religion .
COMPOSITION: Writing a dialogue
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH:  Use the recommended text on Drama. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Figures of speech in the recommended drama text..
   7.1           7.2     7.3        7.4      7.5      7.6SPEECH WORK:  Contrast between vowels /Ӭ/ and /˄/ (caught/come, lawn/love)
GRAMMAR: Adverbs of place ( by the gate, in the school, on the field…)
READING AND COMPREHENSIONAs in week 3. COMPOSITION: Composition on the topic; The day I would not like to remember  
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Use the recommended text on Drama LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Dramatisation of some from the recommended test on drama
    8.1SPEECH WORK: Consonant and vowel sounds differentiated. GRAMMAR:  Review of prefix and suffix
READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Refer to week 4. COMPOSITION: Write a composition on the topic:  The Rich Also cry LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Characterisation, Diction, Plot and Theme in the recommended text on drama  
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: As 8.5  
   9.1SPEECH WORK:  Review of the consonant sounds with emphasis on/Ө/ and /Ө/
GRAMMAR:  More on Question Tags
READING AND COMPREHENSION:  Review the language skills COMPOSITION: Review the components of Letter writing and Essay Writing
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Review the Prose text in use.  LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH: Turn Review the Drama text in use. 
10REVISION
11 & 12TEST AND EXAMINATION

Third term jss3 English Studies Scheme of work NAPPS

WEEKJSS 3
001ENGLISH
 TOPIC
1.1          1.2        1.3            1.4        1.5        1.6REVISION OF 2nd TERM’S WORK AND EXAMINATION  
     2.1         2.2       2.3              2.4       2.5       2.6COMPREHENSION/VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT ( Look at some past questions)
-English Structure_ Review of Nouns and Pronouns
-Composition- Review of Narrative/Descriptive Essays
– Speech Work: Review of Monothongs
-Literature-in-English Review of major/minor characters, theme, plot, tragic/comic elements, diction  
    3.1       3.2       3.3             3.4       3.5         3.5COMPRHENSION/VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (Use past questions)
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH – Review of Verbs and Adverbs Composition- Review of Argumentative/Expository Essay
– Speech Work- Review of Diphtongs
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH Review of Literary terms for poetry: metaphor, Smile, Alliteration, Irony and so on
   4.1      4.2    4.3          4.4      4.5        4.6COMPRENSION/VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: Review of Literary terms for poetry, metaphor, Smile, Alliteration, Irony and so on COMPREHENSION/VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT -English STRUCTURE: Review and interjection
COMPOSITION- Revisit informal letter, Formal letter and their features SPEECH WORK Review of consonant sounds,
LITERATURE –IN-ENGLISH -Use past questions
   5.1    5.2    5.3         5.4       5.5     5.6Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
  6.1      6.2     6.3         6.4       6.5     6.6Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
   7.1           7.2     7.3        7.4      7.5      7.6Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
    8.1Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
   9.1Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
10Use past questions for all the  aspects of the revision
11 & 12TEST AND EXAMINATION

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