WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO BE
Activity one (1): Draw out information from the students about what they will like to be.
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): tell them to write a detailed composition on what they would like to be using the space provided.
Activity three (3): Look at, interpret, and explain the example.
Paragraph one (1): Write about how you felt a day before you started school.
Paragraph two (2): Write about how you were taken to school and how you felt.
Paragraph three (3): Write about how the school you were taken to and its environment.
Paragraph three (3): Write about what happened at the school. How you were registered, the behaviours of teachers and pupils, etc.
COMPOSITION: My First Day at School
I cannot forget my first day at school in a hurry. When my mother told me that I would soon start school, I thought she was a heartless woman. A day to the day, the thought of how the next day would be give me a terrible feelings of fear and anxiety that I could not sleep all through the night.
I was taken to school by my father.it was an unknown place to me. Teachers and students were strangers to me. When I entered the school I felt nervous. I thought my parents have treated me badly and thought of running away.
It was a big building with a large compound wall. The school environment was call and quiet. It was an old and very popular school in our locality. Its name is King’s School.
At the headmaster’s office, my father introduced me to the headmaster after they had greeted each other. The both of them were childhood friends. My father requested him to admit me to the school. I was enrolled and led to my class. The teachers and pupils were good and kind hearted and before long I got used to school life.
Pupil’s Activity one (1): Read the example carefully and thoughtfully.
Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write a detailed composition about what you would like to be.