MY FATHER – COMPOSITION

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                                  My Father

                                               Teacher’s Activities

Activity one (1): Draw out information from the students about their fathers and let them say some things about their father.

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 three (3): Look at, interpret, and explain the example.

                                  GUIDELINES

Paragraph one (1):  Write about your father’s name, his position in your family, his age, look and job/occupation.

Paragraph two (2): Write about his behaviours and way of life. Also write about his attitude towards his job/occupation.

Paragraph three (3): Write about his attitude towards God and people, his favourite hobby and what you think of him.

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COMPOSITION: My Father

My father’s name is David Felix. He is the head of our lovely family. We live together in our two –bedroom apartment in Lekki a beautiful town in Lagos State. He is fifty – five years of age and looks very handsome and agile. He is a teacher of great reputation.

My father is a very honest man. Contentment is his watchword. He does not cheat and he treats everybody equally. He takes his job seriously and works very hard. His income is very good and so he takes good care of his nuclear family and relatives.

My father is a religious man who fears God both in speech and action. He is very kind and always helps the poor and the needy in the society.  I think he is the best father any child can have. I am very proud of him. He is a much respected person among his colleagues. He loves reading books and takes keen interest in our studies.

Pupil’s Activity one (1): Read the example carefully and thoughtfully.

Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write a detailed composition about your father.

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