NEW SCHEME OF WORK-ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS 1

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NEW SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION

FIRST TERM- ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) JSS 1

    READING

  • Reading for maximum retention and recall (intensive reading)
  • Reading for main and supporting ideas
  • Reading to answer specific questions
  • Reading to understand the author’s mood
  • Reading to interpret diagrams, maps and sketches
  • Reading to follow direction in written communication
    WRITING
  • Writing to highlight main and supporting ideas
    LISTENING AND SPEAKING
  • Speeches: Production of vowel and consonant sounds in passage
  • Listening to and producing different speeches with reference to vowel sound

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SECOND TERM- ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) JSS 1

    READING

  • Reading for maximum retention and recall (intensive reading)
  • Reading for main and supporting ideas
  • Reading to answer specific questions
  • Reading to understand the author’s mood
  • Reading to interpret diagrams, maps and sketches
  • Reading to follow direction in written communication
    WRITING
  • Composition writing: Narrative and Descriptive
    LISTENING AND SPEAKING
  • Listening to and producing different speeches with reference to consonant clusters and diphthongs
  • Listening to and producing different speeches with reference to word boundaries, compound words and phrases.

THIRD TERM- ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) JSS 1

    READING

  • Reading for maximum retention and recall (intensive reading)
  • Reading for main and supporting ideas
  • Reading to answer specific questions
  • Reading to understand the author’s mood
  • Reading to interpret diagrams, maps and sketches
  • Reading to follow direction in written communication
    WRITING
  • Letter writing: features of informal and formal letters
    LISTENING AND SPEAKING
  • Questions and question tags
  • Listening comprehension.

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