Making Sentences with the Various Forms of Tenses
TERM: 2nd TERM
SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
CLASS: JSS 1
TOPIC: Making Sentences with the Various Forms of Tenses
It rains. Present tense
It is raining Present continuous tense
It has been raining since yesterday. Present perfect continuous tense
It rained. Past tense
It has been raining since yesterday. Past continuous tense
It had been raining for a while now. Past perfect continuous tense
My class teacher is writes. Present tense
My class teacher is writing. Present continuous tense
My class teacher has been writing. Present perfect continuous tense
My class teacher wrote ( a note). Past continuous tense
My class teacher had beenwriting.Past perfect continuous tense
Evaluation: Write five sentences in the following tenses:Present tense
Aim: to understand a piece of history. Unit 13, page 169. See Effective English.
EVALUATION: Read the description and do the practice
TOPIC: VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT
CONTENT: Child Labour and Development
Evaluation: Discover seven more words related to child labour and development.
TOPIC: COMPOSITION (Argumentative)
AIR TRANSPORTATION IS SAFER THAN ROAD TRANSPORTATION
Traveling by air seems unsaved to a fairly large number of people due to what they see, hear or read. News on plane crashes make a big noise in the world, such news naturally stays longer in the mind of many fliers or people. In fact, it is a mind-blogging to many people. This may explain why the flying fear still remains in the heart of some people. Therefore, you may think that traveling by air is riskier than traveling on the road, but truly speaking; traveling by air is safer than traveling on the road.
However, it is interesting to note that, traveling by air is safer than traveling on the road. Why? It is because safety is the major concern of every airline industry and there’s no any other mode of transportation that does it better than air line industries. In fact, there is no other mode of transportation that can be fully monitored, investigated and scrutinized as we have in aviation industries. Truly speaking plane crashes are so rare when you compare it to road transport accidents.
According to World Health Organization, road traffic injuries caused an estimated 1.24 million deaths worldwide in the year 2010. With this estimation, it seems one person is killed in every 25 seconds. It is very rare or difficult to have this kind of estimation in air transport within a year. Why? It is because safety in aviation industries is not negotiable. It is a core value of any aviation industry in the world.
EVALUATION: From the article above, write a debate to support or oppose the motion, ‘Road Transportation is Safer than Air Transportation’.
LITERATURE: Use of recommended text on NECO Drama
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