Structure: Expressing Exception using except for, but, and apart from.
SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
CLASS: JSS 3
TERM: 2ND TERM
TOPIC: Comprehension: Fulani Future – Argument
The passage talks about the nomads, the challenges or problems facing them and the possible ways of solving them. One suggestion given as a possible solution to their problems was the establishment of reservations. However, it is still argued that this may not be the best solution because of its disadvantages.
Do practice 3 on page 112 of effective English for J.S.S 3
Effective English for J.S.S 3
Read pages 112 & 113 of Effective English BK.3
TOPIC: Structure: Expressing Exception using except for, but, and apart from.
Exception means excluding something or someone from a general statement or a group.
Exception can be expressed in different ways. We can use such words as except, except for, but and apart from to express exception.
Now, consider the following examples:
Use “except, “except for” “but” and “apart from” to form ten sentences that express exception.
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
TOPIC: Writing: Narrative Essay
A narrative essay is an essay in which a candidate is expected to relate an event or incident just as an eye witness would do.
It can also be conceived as an essay in which a candidate performs an act or a process of storytelling.
Features of a Narrative Essay
Write an essay of about 250 words on “My Most Memorable Day”
Countdown English by Ogunsanwo ; Exam Focus :English for JSSCE;
Read “Narrative Essays” on page 15 – 16 of Exam Focus English for J.S.CE.
TOPIC: Speech Work: Consonants \ θ \ and \ t\.
Consonants \ θ \ and \ t\ are voiceless sounds. However, while consonant \ θ \ is described as voiceless dental fricative, consonant \ t \ is known as voiceless alveolar plosive.
Study and pronounce the pairs of words below:
\ θ \ \ t \
Produce any ten pairs of your own.
Exam Focus: English for JSCE; Ogunsanwo’s Countdown English; Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary.
Read “Consonants” on page 143 – 144 of Exam Focus, English for JSCE
TOPIC: Vocabulary Development: Electricity
The vocabulary of electricity refers to all the words that are commonly and peculiarly used in the field of electricity. In other words, it refers to words that are associated with electricity.
Study the list of words below:
Volt: This refers to a unit for measuring electricity current.
Electrocution: Killing by the passage of electricity through one’s body.
Solar Energy: Energy from the sun.
Insulation: The act of protecting something with a material that prevents heat, electricity or sound from passing through it.
Electrical Appliances: Devices or machines that use electricity.
Electrician: A person whose job is to connect, repair, etc, electrical equipment.
Socket: A hollow part into which an electric plug is inserted.
Converter: A kind of electrical induction coil.
Generator: A machine that changes mechanical energy to electrical one.
Element: Resistance wire in an electrical appliance.
Switch: Device for making and breaking electric circuit.
Disconnect: To cut or stop current from flowing.
Transformer: Apparatus that increases or decreases the voltage of an electric power supply.
Do practice 3 on page 128 of Effective English bk 3.
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary; Effective English for J.S.S.3
Read “Vocabulary” on page 127 of Effective English bk3
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