Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Primary 6

King sunny Ade

Week 5

Subject: English comprehension

Topic: King sunny Ade

Duration: 40 mins

Reference: Nigerian primary English pupils book 6

Previous knowledge: Pupils are familiar with answering questions from the comprehension passage.

Objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to pronounce and spell the new words.


New words

  1. Famous: to be well known
  2. Cheerful: to be noticeably happy, bright
  3. Royal: relating to a monarch (kingly) or their family
  4. Academic: belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning
  5. Career: one’s calling in life; a person’s occupation, one’s profession
  6. Enthusiastic: to be excited, interested or eager
  7. Concerts: to plan together, to settle or adjust a conference, agreement
  8. Innovation: the introduction of something new, in customs, rites etc
  9. Sophisticated: to have worldly experience to be elegant
  10. Supreme: to have power over all others to be dominating


Step I: Teacher revises previous lesson with pupils

Step II: Teacher introduces and pronounces new topics to pupils

Step III: Pupils look for the meaning of the words in the dictionary

Step IV: Pupils read the comprehension passage and answer questions that follow:


  1. King sunny Ade was born in 1948 in Ondo
  2. He started his own recording company because he realized that some owners and managers of record companies were cheating musicians.
  3. He became popular in America when three of his most successful albums were released in the 1980s.
  4. He has changed Nigerian pop music by mixing western pop and traditional African music
  5. The way forward was a record sunny made by bringing together 32 Nigerian musicians against ethnic violence?
  6. King sunny Ade foundation is an organization which includes a performing arts centre, an up to date recording studio and even housing for talented musicians.
  7. KSA is called “The minister of Enjoyment” because he is a supreme performer and has remained a powerful force on juju music scene in Nigeria.

Conclusion: Teacher moves round for inspection, marking and correction of notes where necessary.

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