Listening Comprehension: A Conversation About a Crime P.130
TERM: 2ND TERM
SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
CLASS: JSS 2
Content: Vowel Contrasts
EVALUATION: Write out five words for each sound.
READING ASSIGNMENT: Oral English for Schools and Colleges by Sam Onuigbo, M.A. pg. 7 - 19
Grammar: Punctuation Marks.
Content: Commas Around Inserted Works.
And what apart from the honour of being entertained by my family do you seek here today? Notice the two commas. They separate off the words underlined above and show that the basic sentence is: And what do you seek here today? The comma shows that the words underlined are not part of this basic sentence. It is as if they have been added in or inserted.
Here is another example: we have heard that you have a daughter, unmarried, who is chaste, beautiful and obedient. It is as if unmarried had been inserted as an extra word.
EVALUATION:Effective English P. 132. Prac. 4. (1-5)
Content: To understand a conversation about a crime.
Two friends are talking about a crime of forgery. Forgery means printing false currency notes and exchanging them for real money, listen to your teacher as she/he reads the passage to you.
EVALUATION: Complete the table on page 130.
Writing: Narrative Essay
My Last Birthday Party
Here are some guidelines to help you in this essay writing.
EVALUATION: In not less than two pages. Write an account of your last birthday party.
Change the verbs in the bracket to correct form to complete the sentences below.
E.g. Bello is ______________ a letter (write)
Bello is writing a letter.
Now, do this.
WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT: Effective English for JSS 2 p.g. 151 Practice 2 & 2b
Choose from the list in brackets the preposition that best completes each of the following sentences.
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