SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TERM: 3RD TERM
CONTENT: An Account of a Fire Outbreak.
Listen attentively to the comprehension passage and make your own report at the end of the reading.
Content: Vowel Contrast
/Í»:/ /D/ /^/
Cord cod cud
Court cot cut
Forks fox fuck
Port pot -
Sport spot -
Naught not nut
- Song sung
- Lock luck
- Stock stuck
- Cop cup
Evaluation: Write ten words for each sound.
TOPIC: Parts of Speech
An adjective describes or qualifies a noun or a pronoun.
Example, the ancient house has a gigantic fireplace. Ancient here in this sentence describes the kind of house and gigantic also tells us what kind of fireplace.
TYPES OF ADJECTIVES
Articles discuss people and things e.g. a, an, the
Possessive adjectives show that something belongs to somebody or a thing e.g. my, your, our, it, his, her, their. His book is torn.
Demonstrative adjectives point at nouns e.g. These books are very interesting. That book is mine.
Numbers adjectives answer the question how many. E.g. I havethree puppies. Two girls joined our school today.
Interrogative adjectives ask questions e.g. Which book is yours? What time should we go? \
Indefinite adjectives discuss non-specific people or things. They are drawn from the indefinite pronouns e.g. any,many, several ,few etc. Grandfather has been retired for many years now.
Underline the adjective in each sentence or phrase:
TOPIC: Writing – Narrative
CONTENT: A Journey I once Made.
Here are some guidelines to help you write this essay. Remember it is an essay, hence, you must not
Write an essay on the topic: A Journey I Once Made
TOPIC: Literature – Poetry
CONTENT: Sweet Sorrow by Pious Oleghe.
There’s nothing more gladdening than sorrow
It indicates a happy yesterday; remove it;
For, of presence absence inverse is
The better that, the worse this;
Nor words nor weeping nor aught amend it,
Such sorrow omen, yet a happier tomorrow.
This poem discusses the idea that the sorrow that lovers usually express at parting is not necessarily negative. Rather, it is an avenue to recount good moments experience in the past. Also, parting often provides a chance for making a re-union, which should be made joyful experience.
Effective English p. 217 (punctuation)
GENERAL EVALUATION/REVISION QUESTIONS
Write a poem of six lines (sextet) using appropriate rhyme scheme.
Test for continuous assessment p.220 (2) 1-8, Effective English.
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