NEW SCHEME OF WORK-ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS 2

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NEW SCHEME OF WORK-ENGLISH LANGUAGE JSS 2

FIRST TERM – ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) JSS 2

    READING

  • Reading to Understand the Writer‘s Purpose
  • Reading to identify the meanings of words in various contexts
  • Critical Reading
  • Reading for Speed
  • Reading for Summary
    WRITING
  • Writing an Outline
  • Composition Writing: Expository and Argumentative
    LISTENING AND SPEAKING
  • Revision of Sounds: Vowels and Consonants
    GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY
  • Parts of Speech: Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs and Adjectives
  • Parts of Speech: Adverbs, Conjunctions and Prepositions
    LITERATURE
  • Prose: Short Stories and Novelettes
  • Nigerian and African Folktales

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SECOND TERM – ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) JSS 2

    READING

  • Reading to Understand the Writer‘s Purpose
  • Reading to identify the meanings of words in various contexts
  • Critical Reading
  • Reading for Speed
  • Reading for Summary
    WRITING
  • Letter Writing: Informal and Formal
  • Summary Writing (Passage on Consumer and Social Influence)
    LISTENING AND SPEAKING
  • Revision of Sounds: Vowels and Consonants
    GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY
  • Adverbials and Tenses
    LITERATURE
  • Popular Myths/ Legends
  • Poetry (Written)

THIRD TERM – ENGLISH LANGUAGE (ENG) JSS 2

    READING

  • Reading to Understand the Writer‘s Purpose
  • Reading to identify the meanings of words in various contexts
  • Critical Reading
  • Reading for Speed
  • Reading for Summary
    WRITING
  • Oral Comprehension
  • Speeches (Intonation, Stress and Rhythm)
  • Speeches: Question Tags
    LISTENING AND SPEAKING
  • Revision of Sounds: Vowels and Consonants
    GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY
  • Active and Passive Verbs
  • Direct and Indirect Speech
    LITERATURE
  • Drama: Kinds and Features
  • More on Figures of Speech: Irony and Hyperbole

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