Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Primary 2

Expressing ownership

Week:  ONE

Class: Basic 2

Term:3rd Term

Subject: English 

Topic: Expressing ownership 

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to;

  1. Use possessive pronounce correctly.
  2. Use the structure in meaningful situations to indicate possession.

Instructional material/Reference material: 1. Pictures

  1. Real objects sentences – strips showing possessive pronouns.
  2. Flash cards. 4. New Primary English Book 2

Building Background/ Connection to prior knowledge: The pupils are familiar with the topic(s).



  1. Using possessive pronouns as (singular) e.g. my, his, hers, mine. 2. Using possessive pronouns as (plurals) as ours, theirs, yours.


Whose are these?

The possessive nouns are underlined below.

 FIG. 1 FIG. 2

  1. These boys have some bottle tops. They count with them and play games with


Whose are these bottle tops? They’re mine. They’re yours.

  1. These girls have some bowls. They eat from them and play with them.

Whose are those bowls? They aren’t yours. They’re mine.

  1. These boys and girls have some pencils. They write with them and draw with


Those are their pencils. They aren’t yours. They’re theirs.

  1. The children have bottle tops, bowls, pencils, books and rulers. They use them

all in their classes.

These are your books. They are ours. They’re not yours


Use one word from the box below to complete each of these sentences.

1 That is not your bag. It is _________.

2 That is not your hat. It is _________.

3 That is not my shirt. It is _________.

4 Whose cup is this? It’s _________.

5 Whose book is this? It’s _________.

Choose one word from the box to complete each of the following sentences:

1 It is his dress. It’s _________.

2 This isn’t her football. It’s _________.

3 Whose hat is this? It’s _________.

4 That is my sister’s coat. It’s _______.

5 Whose shoes are these? They are _________.



Teacher’s Activities

  1. Makes some sentences using the structure. “This is my book” etc.
  2. Uses simple drills to provide practicing exercises for pupils.
  3. Guides pupils’ activities.


Pupils’ Activities


  1. Repeat the sentences after the teacher.
  2. Answer questions individually and in pairs.
  3. Express possessive words in sentences.
  4. Identify possessive words in given sentences.



  1. Participate in oral questions and answer session.
  2. Use possessive word correctly.
  3. Express possessions correctly in meaningful situation.

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding.

Wrap-up [conclusion]: Teacher corrects and marks pupils’ notes.

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