SS3 English Language 2nd Term

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Week 1:  

Vocabulary Development, Summary, Structure and Informal Letter

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development on idioms and idiomatic expressions
B. Rudiments of summary writing
C. Structure on adjuncts
D. Writing informal letters

What is an antonym? An antonym simply refers to contrast in meaning. That is a word of opposite meaning, e.g. hot and cold.

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Week 2:  

Vocabulary Development, Speech, Comprehension, Structure and Essay

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development on collocations
B. Speech – Revising Consonant Sounds
C. Comprehension – Reading a passage
D. Structure – Revising Adjectival Clauses
E. Writing – Outlining your Essay

What is Intonation? Intonation is the melody of our speech. It is the ‘music’ of the language. It defines how our voice goes up and down in pitch. Often, questions can be asked with a rising intonation where the pitch goes up. This might be a genuine question to which you don’t know the answer. ‘John’s still on holiday?’ said with a rising pitch means it’s a question which needs an answer. If it’s said without a rising intonation, it’s information that you already know and you may just need confirmation. Intonation can also show emotions like surprise, etc

Week 3:  

Vocabulary Development, Summary, Structure, Speech and Formal Letters

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development on collocations
B. Summary
C. Structure – Revising Complex Sentences
D. Speech – Revising Consonant Sounds
E. Writing – Revising formal letters

Week 4:  

Vocabulary Development, Structure, Comprehension, Speech and Report Writing

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development – Words of Foreign Origin and Latin
B. Structure – Revising Compound Sentence
C. Comprehension – Reading to extract main points from a passage
D. Speech – Consonants /s/, /z/, /ʃ/, /Ӡ/
E. Writing a Report

Week 5:  

Vocabulary Development, Speech, Summary, Structure, Article Writing

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development
B. Speech
C. Summary – Reading a passage
D. Structure on Adjectival Phrases and Clauses
E. Revising Article Writing
F. Dictation

Week 6:  

Vocabulary Development, Speech, Summary, Structure and Formal Letters

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development on Advertisement
B. Speech
C. Summary – Summarizing a passage
D. Structure on Noun clause and phrase
E. Writing – Planning a formal letter
F. Dictation

Week 7:  

Mid Term Revision and Test for SS3 English Language 2nd Term

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After each of the following sentences, a list of possible interpretations of all or part of the sentence is given. Choose the interpretation that you consider most appropriate for the sentence.

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1. My father always advised me to take time by the forelock. WAEC 1989 QST 14

 
 
 
 
 

2. Soyinka has made his mark in the literary world. WAEC 1989 QST 15

 
 
 
 
 

3. How do you hope to do it? You can’t make bricks without straw. WAEC 1988 QST 41

 
 
 
 
 

4. Chika escaped the accident by a hair’s breadth. WAEC 1989 QST 18

 
 
 
 
 

5. The preacher advised those who lost their property in the fire outbreak that every cloud has a silver lining. WAEC 1989 QST 13

 
 
 
 
 

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Week 8:  

Vocabulary Development, Speech, Comprehension and Structure

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development – Words related to Teaching
B. Speech
C. Comprehension passage
D. Structure – positioning preposition
E. Listening comprehension
F. Dictation

Week 9:  

Vocabulary Development, Speech, Comprehension, Structure and Spellings Check

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development – Punctuation marks
B. Speech – Revising Emphatic stress
C. Comprehension – Reading a passage
D. Structure – Avoiding errors of concord
E. Writing – Words often misspelt
F. Dictation

Week 10:  

Vocabulary Development, Speech, Comprehension, Structure and Letter Writing

SUB TOPICS:
A. Vocabulary Development – Words commonly confused
B. Speech work – Practice exercises on test of orals
C. Comprehension – Reading a passage
D. Structure – Exercises on errors of Concord
E. Writing a letter
F. Dictation

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SS3 English Language 2nd Term
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Vocabulary Development
Summary
Structure
Informal Letters
Speech
Comprehension
Essay
Formal Letters
Report Writing
Article Writing
Spellings Check
Letter Writing
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