Subject: English comprehension
Topic: Gender Issue.
Reference: Nigerian primary English pupils book 6.
Previous knowledge: Pupils are familiar with answering questions on comprehension passage.
Objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to spell and pronounce the new words.
- Surprised: showing an emotion due to an unexpected event.
- Puzzled: to be confused, unable to make sense of something.
- Unrepentant: feeling or showing no sorrow for wrongdoing.
- Concentrate: to focus one’s thought or attention.
- Hijab: the practice, when beyond the age of puberty, of dressing modestly (headscarf).
- Scamper: to run quickly and lightly, especially in a playful manner.
- Unremorseful: not feeling regret for doing wrong or sinning.
- Shrug: a lifting of the shoulders to signal indifference.
- Astonished: to be surprised, amazed.
- Stuttering: to speak disorderly, to stammer.
Step I: Teacher revises previous lesson with pupils.
Step II: Teacher introduces and explains new topic 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.
- There are four (4) characters in the play.
- Amina’s school fees is not paid because her father felt a girl’s education ends up in a man’s house as a wife.
- Danladi was caught roaming and smoking in the street.
- I think the theme of the play is “The Essence of Education”.
- I learnt that we should not look down on anybody, whether male or female. We should not discriminate.
Conclusion: Teacher moves round for inspection, marking and correction of notes where necessary.