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SCHEMES OF WORK FORM ONE ENGLISH TERM 1-3

 
SCHEME  OF WORK               FORM  ONE  ENGLISH            TERM  ONE  20…………………
 
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TOPIC
 
 
SUBTOPIC
LESSON / SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
TEACHING/ LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
MATERIALS       /
RESOURCES
REFERENCES
1-4
 
Selection of students.
 
 
5 1 Listening and speaking. Introductions.

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

conduct self introduction and express own interests.

Ice-breaking.

Listening.

Speaking.

Role- playing.

 

 

 

Name tags.

 

 

 

Teacher’s resources.

 
2-3 Introduction to the English course. The language skills. The learner should be able to

state the importance of the language skills.

Brain storming.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

Newspaper extracts.  

 

Teacher’s resources.

 
4 Listening. Pronunciation. The learner should be able to

demonstrate awareness that spelling of words and their pronunciation may not be related.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

Flash cards.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 1

TG Pg 1

 
5 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

read a passage and answer derived questions.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Supplementary readers.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 1-2

TG Pg 1

 
6 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 3-4

TG Pg 1

 

 

6 1-2 Grammar. Parts of speech. The learner should be able to

identify the parts of speech.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Extracts from readers.

Pictures.

 

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 4-6

TG Pg 2

 
3 Grammar. Nouns. The learner should be able to

identify and explain functions of the main groups of nouns.

Reading.

Listening.

Answering questions. Discussion.

 

Extracts from readers.

Charts.

 

 

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 4-6

TG Pg 2

 
6 4 Grammar. Articles. The learner should be able to

use definite and indefinite articles correctly.

Reading.

Listening.

Answering questions. Discussion.

 

Pictures.

Charts.

Extracts from readers.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 6

TG Pg 3

 
5 Writing. Handwriting. The learner should be able to

explain the importance of writing neatly and legibly.

Listening;

Writing.

Library books;

Samples of hand-writing

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 6-7

TG Pg 3

 
6 Listening and speaking. Close shave. The learner should be able to

express views on a given subject with supporting arguments.

Reading.

Listening.

Answering questions. Discussion.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 7

TG Pg 3

 

 

7 1 Speech work. Etiquette. The learner should be able to

use words and expressions that show courtesy.

Reading.

Listening.

Role-playing.

Discussion.

 

Audio tapes.

Pictures.

 

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 8

TG Pg 4

 
2 Speech work. /b/ and /d/ sounds. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds correctly.

Listening.

Reading.

Writing.

Flash cards.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 8

TG Pg 4

 
3 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

read a passage and answer derived questions.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Supplementary readers.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 9-11

TG Pg 4

 
4 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 11-12

TG Pg 5

 
5 Grammar. Abstract nouns and concrete nouns. The learner should be able to

differentiate between abstract nouns and concrete nouns.

 

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Exercise review.

Extracts from readers.

Pictures.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 12-13

TG Pg 5

 
6 Writing. Spelling. The learner should be able to

identify words that are pronounced the same way but have different spelling and meaning.

Listening.

Reading.

Answer questions.

Writing.

Review exercise.

 

Flash cards. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 12-13

TG Pg 6

 
8 1 Reading. Close shave. The learner should be able to

explain how tone and choice of words can be used to show respect on telephone.

Role-playing.

Reading.

Speaking.

Listening.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 15

TG Pg 6

   
2 Listening & Speaking. /k/ and /g/ sounds. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds correctly.

Listening.

Reading.

Writing.

Flash cards.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 16

TG Pg 7

   
3 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

read a passage and answer derived questions.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Supplementary readers.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 16-19

TG Pg 8

   
4 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 19-20

TG Pg 8

   
5 Grammar. Countable and non-countable nouns. The learner should be able to use countable and non-countable nouns in sentences correctly. Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Exercise review.

Pictures.

Extracts from readers.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 20-22

TG Pg 8

   
6 TEST              

 

9 1 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

read a passage and answer derived questions.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Supplementary readers.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 25-27

TG Pg 10

 
2 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 27-28

TG Pg 10

 
3 Listening & Speaking. /t∫/ and /dЗ/ sounds. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds correctly.

Listening.

Reading.

Writing.

Flash cards.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 25

TG Pg 9

 
9 4 Grammar. Plural nouns. The learner should be able to

use plural nouns in sentences correctly.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Exercise review.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 28-30

TG Pg 11

 
5 Writing. Simple sentences and compound sentences. The learner should be able to

write a variety of sentences.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 31

TG Pg 11

 
6 Speech work. Close shave. The learner should be able to

tell similar stories.

Narrating.

Listening.

Discussing.

Readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 31

TG Pg 12

 

 

10 1 Reading. Forms of literature. The learner should be able to

Describe different forms of oral literature.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

Charts.

Readers.

Relevant copies of resources.  
2 Reading. Introduction to oral literature. The learner should be able to state characteristics of  oral literature. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

Chart. Teacher’s notes.  
3 Listening & speaking.

 

Trickster stories. The learner should be able to

Identify features of trickster narratives.

Narrating.

Reading.

Speaking.

Writing.

Pictures. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 32

TG Pg 12-13

 
4 Listening & speaking.

 

The sounds /∫/ and /t∫/ The learner should be able to

distinguish between the two sounds.

Narrating.

Reading.

Speaking.

Writing.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 32

TG Pg 13

 
5 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

 

Readers.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 32-34

TG Pg 14

 
6 Grammar. Articles. The learner should be able to

use definite and indefinite articles correctly.

Narrating.

Reading.

Speaking.

Writing.

Audio tapes.

Readers.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 35-37

TG Pg 14-15

 
11 1 Writing. Paragraphs. The learner should be able to

write in paragraph form correctly.

Reading.

Speaking.

Writing.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 37-38

TG Pg 15

 
2 Listening & speaking.

 

The sounds /f/ and /v/. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds /f/ and /v/correctly.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Flash cards. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 39

TG Pg 16

 
3 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Readers.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 39-41

TG Pg 16

 
4 Writing. Paragraphing. The learner should be able to

Write organized paragraphs to illustrate preparation of a given dish.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 43-44

TG Pg 17

 
5 Listening & speaking.

 

The sounds /s/ and /z/. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds /s/ and /z/correctly.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Flash cards.

Audio tapes.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 45

TG Pg 18

 
6 Grammar. Personal pronouns. The learner should be able to identify personal pronouns and use the correctly. Speaking.

Listening.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Pictures.

Extracts from readers.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 48-50

TG Pg 19-20

 

 

12 1 Reading. Using the library. The learner should be able to identify sections of a library and use the library facilities properly.

 

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

School library.

Model of library sections.

Teacher’s resources.

 

 
2 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 27-28

TG Pg 10

 
12 3 Listening & speaking.

 

The sounds /r/ and /l/. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds /r/ and /l/correctly.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Flash cards.

Audio tapes.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 53

TG Pg 20

 
4 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Readers.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 61-64

TG Pg 24-25

 
5 Grammar.

 

 

Possessive pronouns. The learner should be able to identify and use possessive pronouns correctly. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Flash cards.

Audio tapes.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 53,57-58

TG Pg 20, 25

 
6 Writing.

 

 

Paragraph unity. The learner should be able to link ideas into cohesive paragraphs. Narrating.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Supplementary resources. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 53,57-58

TG Pg 20, 25

 
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SCHEME  OF WORK               FORM  ONE  ENGLISH            TERM  TWO    20…………………
 
WK NO

 

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TOPIC
 
 
SUBTOPIC
LESSON / SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
TEACHING/ LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
MATERIALS       /
RESOURCES
REFERENCES
 
1 1 Listening and speaking. Riddles. The learner should be able to mention characteristics of riddles. Listening.

Speaking.

Listening.

Flash cards. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 71-72

TG Pg 30

 
2 Reading and writing. Reading

Comprehension.

The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Readers.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 72-74

TG Pg 31

 
3 Speaking. Debating. The learner should be able to

argue for or against a given subject.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Audio tapes. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 75

TG Pg 31

 
4 Grammar.

 

 

Simple present tense. The learner should be able to

construct sentences in simple present tense.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Pictures.

Extracts from readers.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 75-76

TG Pg 32

 
5 Writing. Capital letters and commas. The learner should be able to use capital letters and commas correctly. Narrating.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

 

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 77

TG Pg 32

 
6 Speaking. Close shave. The learner should be able to tell double-meaning in a given story and tell similar stories. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Role – playing.

 

Supplementary resources. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 78

TG Pg 32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 1 Listening & speaking.

 

The sounds /a/ and /æ/. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds /a/ and /æ/.correctly.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Flash cards.

Audio tapes.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 79

TG Pg 33

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Readers.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 61-64

TG Pg 24-25

 
3 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 82-83

TG Pg 33-34

 
 4

 

Grammar. Simple past tense. The learner should be able to construct sentences in the simple past tense. Competitions.

Listening.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 83-84

TG Pg 34-35

 
5 Writing. Punctuation marks. The learner should be able to use punctuation marks correctly. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 85-86

TG Pg 35

 
6 Speaking. Close shave. The learner should be able to display the ability to reason and write tell similar stories. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 86

TG Pg 35

 

 

3 1 Reading. Short story. The learner should be able to read, interpret and analyse the plot, characters and themes in a short story. Express reading.

Dramatization.

Discussing.

Supplementary readers. Anthology of selected stories.  
2 Reading. Extensive reading. The learner should be able to deduce information from an extract. Silent reading.

Writing short notes.

Discussing.

Newspapers.

A variety of resources.

Suitable references.  
3 3 Listening & speaking.

 

The sounds /ae/ and /Л/. The learner should be able to

pronounce the sounds /ae/ and / Л /correctly.

Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Flash cards.

Audio tapes.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 87

TG Pg 36-38

 
4 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to answer questions based on a passage.

Infer meanings of new words and phrases.

Reading.

Writing.

Review exercise.

Supplementary readers.

Dictionary.

 

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 87-88

TG Pg 38-39

 
5 Grammar. Regular and irregular verbs. The learner should be able to identify regular verbs and irregular verbs and use both correctly. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 91-92

TG Pg 40

 
6 Writing. Diaries. The learner should be able to keep a diary for one week. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 92

TG Pg 40

 

 

4 1 Listening. Poetry. The learner should be able to identify characteristics and functions of poems. Listening.

Discussing.

Samples of poems. Poetry anthology.  
2 Reading. Using a library. The learner should be able to explain how books are arranged in a library using a catalogue. Listening.

Note taking.

Discussion.

School library /

Model of a school library

Teacher’s resources.  
3 Listening and speaking. Ideophones and onomatopoeia. The learner should be able to define ideophones and onomatopoeia and use them effectively. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 94-95

TG Pg 41

 
4 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Dictionary. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 95-98

TG Pg 41

 
4 5 Grammar. Regular and irregular verbs. The learner should be able to identify regular verbs and irregular verbs and use both correctly. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers.

Charts.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 98-99

TG Pg 42

 
6 Writing. Formal letter. The learner should be able to write a formal letter in the correct format. Listening.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Real letters. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 101-2

TG Pg 43

 

 

5 1 Listening and speaking. Pronunciation of /a:/ and /З:/ Pronounce the sounds /a:/ and /З:/ correctly. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 103

TG Pg 45

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Dictionary. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 103-5

TG Pg 45

 
3 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 105

TG Pg 45

 
4 Reading. Short story. The learner should be able to read, interpret and analyse the plot, characters and themes in a short story. Express reading.

Dramatization.

Discussing.

Supplementary readers. Anthology of selected stories.  
5 Writing. Spelling. The learner should be able to spell words correctly as read out. Listening.

Writing.

Flash cards.

Pictures.

Teacher’s resources.  
6 Speech work. Story telling. The learner should be able to identify various devices used in narratives. Narrating.

Listening.

Answering questions.

Audio tapes. Teacher’s resources.  

 

6 1 Writing. Addressing envelops. The learner should be able to write addresses on envelops correctly. Reading.

Writing.

Addressed envelops. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 108

TG Pg 46

 
2 Grammar. Comparatives and superlatives. The learner should be able to identify and use comparatives and superlatives. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 106

TG Pg 76

 
3 Speech work. Close shave. The learner should be able to polish speech skills. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 109

TG Pg 46

 
4 Oral literature. Legends. The learner should be able to identify characteristics of legends. Listening to narratives.

Group discussion.

  Teacher’s choice of resources.  
5 Reading. Reading skills. The learner should be able to practise skimming skills. Silent reading.

Group discussions.

Oral presentations.

Suitable library resources. Teacher’s choice of resources.  
6 Reading. Poetry. The learner should be able to answer questions derived from a given poem. Expressive reading.

Answering questions.

Review of exercise.

  Teacher’s choice of resources.  

 

7 1 Listening and speaking. Repetition in poetry. The learner should be able to state the use of repetition in poetry. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 111-3

TG Pg 47

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Dictionary. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 103-5

TG Pg 45

 
3 Reading. Word power. The learner should be able to

demonstrate ability to use the dictionary to build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 113

TG Pg 47-8

 
7 4 Grammar. Regular and irregular adjectives. The learner should be able to form comparative and superlative forms of adjectives.

 

Listening

Oral exercise.

Writing.

Pictures.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 114

TG Pg 48

 
5 Reading. Short story. The learner should be able to read, interpret and analyse the plot, characters and themes in a short story. Expressive reading.

Dramatization.

Discussing.

Supplementary readers. Anthology of selected stories.  
6 TEST          

 

8 1 Listening and speaking. Narratives;

/u:/ and /υ/ sounds.

The learner should be able to identify the sounds /u:/ and /υ/ as used in a narrative. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 117

TG Pg 49

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 17-120

TG Pg 50

 
3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 120-1

TG Pg 51

 
4 Grammar. Gradable and non-gradable adjectives. The learner should be able to identify and use gradable and non-gradable adjectives correctly.

 

Exposition.

Discussion.

Writing.

Pictures.

 

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 121-3

TG Pg 51-52

 
5 Writing. Informal letter:

Punctuation and appropriate language.

The learner should be able to write a formal letter with the correct punctuation and appropriate language. Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Samples of formal letters. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 123

TG Pg 52

 
6 Oral literature. Trickster narratives. State characteristics of trickster narratives. Narration.

Listening.

Role-play.

Writing.

Supplementary readers. Anthology of selected stories.  

 

9 1 Listening and speaking. Turn taking in a conversation:

/Л/ and /α:/ sounds.

The learner should be able to identify the sounds /u:/ and /υ/ as used in a narrative. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 117

TG Pg 49

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 17-120

TG Pg 50

 
3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 120-1

TG Pg 51

 
4 Grammar. Adverbs of manner. The learner should be able to identify and use adverbs of manner correctly.

 

Discussion.

Reading.

Writing.

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 129-130

TG Pg 54

 
5 Writing. Informal letter. The learner should be able to write a formal letter with the correct punctuation and appropriate language. Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Samples of formal letters. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 131

TG Pg 55

 
6 Reading. Poetry :

Rhyme.

The learner should be able to identify rhyme in a poem. Reading.

Discussion.

Teacher’s choice of reference. Teacher’s resources.  

 

10 1 Listening and speaking. /Л/ and /ά/ sounds. The learner should be able to identify the sounds /Л/ and /ά/  as used in a text. Listening.

Speaking.

Reading.

Writing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 133

TG Pg 55

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Inferring meanings of given words.

Writing.

 

Supplementary readers.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 133-5

TG Pg 56

 
3 Grammar. Adverbs. The learner should be able to use adverbs correctly.

 

Reading

Discussion.

Writing.

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 138

TG Pg 57

 
10 4 Writing. Creative writing. The learner should be able to write creatively on a given topic. Reading.

Listening

Sample writing.

Discussion.

 

Samples of creative texts. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 138

TG Pg 57

 
5 Reading. Poetry. The learner should be able to answer questions derived from a poem. Reading.

Listening

Discussion.

Writing.

 

Anthology of poems. Teacher’s resources.  
  Reading. Short story. The learner should be able to read, interpret and analyse the plot, characters and themes in a short story. Expressive reading.

Dramatization.

Discussing.

Supplementary readers. Anthology of selected stories.  

 

11 1 Listening and speaking. Ogre narrative. The learner should be able to answer questions based on an ogre narrative. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

Writing.

Discussing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 139

TG Pg 58-59

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Writing.

Inferring meanings of given words.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 140-1

TG Pg 60

 
3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 140-1

TG Pg 60

 
4 Grammar. Plurals, adverbs and tenses. The learner should be able to use plurals, adverbs and tenses.

 

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 142

TG Pg 60-61

 
5 Writing. Informal letter. The learner should be able to demonstrate a mastery of language and format of an informal letter. Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Samples of formal letters. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 143

TG Pg 62

 
6 Oral literature. Dilemma narrative. The learner should be able to state the characteristics of dilemma narratives and their uses. Narration.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Teacher’s choice of reference. Teacher’s resources.  

 

12 1 Listening and speaking. The sound /ei/ The learner should be able to pronounce words with sound /ei/. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 144

TG Pg 62

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Discussion.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 145-6

TG Pg 63

 
3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Group work.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 147

TG Pg 63

 
4 Grammar. Co-ordinating conjunctions. The learner should be able to use co-ordinating conjunctions.

 

Reading.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 148-9

TG Pg 63-64

 
5 Reading. Short story. The learner should be able to read, interpret and analyse the plot, characters and themes in a short story. Expressive reading.

Dramatization.

Discussing.

Supplementary readers. Anthology of selected stories.  
6 Reading. Metaphors in poetry. The learner should be able to identify metaphors in a poem and explain their use. Expressive reading.

Discussing.

Supplementary readers. Anthology of selected stories.  
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SCHEME  OF WORK               FORM  ONE  ENGLISH            TERM  THREE  20…………………
 
WK NO

 

L/
NO
TOPIC
 
 
SUBTOPIC
LESSON / SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
TEACHING/ LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
MATERIALS       /
RESOURCES
REFERENCES
 
1 1 Writing. Note making. The learner should be able to make notes on a given text. Reading.

Listening.

Note making.

Discussing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 151

TG Pg 64

 
2 Listening and speaking. The sound /ai/. The learner should be able to pronounce words with sound /ai/. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 152

TG Pg 65

 
3 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Inferring meanings of given words.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 152

TG Pg 65

 
4 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 152

TG Pg 65

 
5 Grammar. Prepositions. The learner should be able to identify and use prepositions correctly.

 

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 155

TG Pg 66-67

 
6 Oral literature. Aetiological tales. The learner should be able to state the characteristics of  aetilogical narratives and their uses. Reading.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Teacher’s choice of reference. Teacher’s resources.  

 

2 1 Listening and speaking. The sound /oi/ The learner should be able to pronounce words with sound /oi/. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 158

TG Pg 67

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Inferring meanings of given words.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 158

TG Pg 68

 
2 3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 158

TG Pg 68

 
4 Grammar. Prepositions. The learner should be able to identify and use prepositions correctly.

 

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 162-4

TG Pg 68-9

 
5 Writing. Note taking and note making. The learner should be able to distinguish note taking from note making. Discussion.

Note taking.

Note making.

 

  Head Start English

Bk I Pg 164

TG Pg 69

 
6 Reading. Drama. The learner should be able to state the characteristics of  written drama. Reading.

Discussion.

 

Teacher’s choice of reference. Teacher’s resources.  

 

3 1 Listening and speaking. The sound /oo/ The learner should be able to pronounce words with sound /oo/. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 165

TG Pg 70

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Writing.

Inferring meanings of given words.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 165

TG Pg 70

 
3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Reading aloud.

Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

Flash cards.

Dictionary.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 165

TG Pg 70

 
4 Grammar. Noun phrase pre modifiers. The learner should be able to identify noun phrase pre modifiers.

 

Exposition.

Reading.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 168-9

TG Pg 72

 
5 Speech work. Debate. The learner should be able to argue for or against a given topic. Speaking.

Group work.

Chart showing process of debating. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 169

TG Pg 72

 
6 Reading. Drama. The learner should be able to state the characteristics of  written drama. Reading.

Discussion.

 

Teacher’s choice of play. Teacher’s resources.  

 

4 1 Writing. Note taking. The learner should be able to make notes on a given text. Reading.

Listening.

Note making.

Discussing.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 169

TG Pg 72

 
2 Reading. Irony in poetry. The learner should be able to

identify irony in poetry.

Reading aloud.

Writing.

Inferring meanings of given words.

 

Supplementary readers. Anthology of poems.  
3 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Reading aloud.

Writing.

Inferring meanings of given words.

 

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 173

TG Pg 73

 
4 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Expressive reading.

Listening.

Discussion.

Anthology of poems. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 173

TG Pg 73

 
5 Listening and speaking. The sound /o/ The learner should be able to pronounce words with sound /o/. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 171

TG Pg 73

 
6 Oral literature. Tongue-twisters. The learner should be able to state the characteristics of tongue twisters. Listening.

Speaking.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Teacher’s resources.  

 

5 1 Grammar. Noun phrase post modifiers. The learner should be able to identify noun phrase post- modifiers.

 

Exposition.

Reading.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 177

TG Pg 75

 
2 Writing. Imaginative writing. The learner should be able to write imaginatively. Expressive reading.

Discussion.

Writing.

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 177

TG Pg 75

 
3 Reading. Poetry. The learner should be able to answer questions based on a poem. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

Anthology of poems.    
5 4 Reading. Extensive reading. The learner should be able to write down information read from magazines and periodicals. Reading.

Note making.

Discussion.

  Magazines.

Journals and periodicals.

 
5-6 Reading. Play. The learner should be able to analyse plot, themes and characters in a play. Reading.

Listening.

Discussion.

  Teacher’s choice.  

 

6 1 Listening and speaking. The sound /iЭ/ The learner should be able to articulate the sound /iЭ/ Dictation.

Pronunciation drills.

Writing.

Reading.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 178

TG Pg 75

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Exercise review.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 178

TG Pg 76

 
3 Grammar. Declarative and negative sentences. The learner should be able to

identify  and use declarative and negative sentences.

Exposition.

Listening.

Writing.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 169

TG Pg 72

 
4 Writing. Imaginative composition. The learner should be able to write imaginatively.

 

  Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 169

TG Pg 72

 
5 Reading. Play. The learner should be able to analyse plot, themes and characters in a play. Reading.

Listening.

Discussion.

  Teacher’s choice.  
6 Oral literature. Tongue-twisters. The learner should be able to state the characteristics of tongue twisters. Listening.

Speaking.

 

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Teacher’s resources.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 1 Listening and speaking. The sound /ea/ The learner should be able to articulate the sound /ea/. Dictation.

Pronunciation drills.

Writing.

Reading.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 185

TG Pg 78

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Exercise review.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 185

TG Pg 78

 
3 Grammar. Interrogative clauses. The learner should be able to

identify and use interrogative clauses.

Exposition.

Listening.

Writing.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 188

TG Pg 79

 
4 Writing. Simple verses and poems. The learner should be able to write down simple verses and poems.

 

Discussion.

Writing.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 169

TG Pg 77

 
5 Reading. Poetry. The learner should be able to discuss the subject matter in a poem. Reading.

Dramatization.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

Anthology of poems.    
6 TEST          

 

8 1 Listening and speaking. The sound /ua/ The learner should be able to articulate the sound /ua/. Dictation.

Pronunciation drills.

Writing.

Reading.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 192

TG Pg 81

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Exercise review.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 192

TG Pg 81

 
3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Expressive reading.

Listening.

Discussion.

  Head Start English

Bk I Pg 194

TG Pg 81

 
4 Grammar. The ‘wh’ questions. The learner should be able to ask the ‘wh’ questions. Oral exercise.

Writing.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 196

TG Pg 82

 
8 5 Writing. Public notices. The learner should be able to write notices.

 

Discussion.

Reading.

Writing.

Supplementary readers.

Pictures.

   
6 Reading. Intensive reading. The learner should be able to discuss the subject matter in a play. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

 

  Teacher’s resources.  

 

9 1 Listening and speaking. The sounds /e/ and /ei/. The learner should be able to articulate the sounds correctly. Dictation.

Pronunciation drills.

Writing.

Reading.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 200

TG Pg 84

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Exercise review.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 200

TG Pg 84-5

 
3 Reading. Vocabulary. The learner should be able to

build vocabulary base.

Expressive reading.

Listening.

Discussion.

Anthology of poems. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 200

TG Pg 85

 
4 Grammar. Imperative and explanative clauses. The learner should be able to

identify  and imperative and explanative clauses.

Exposition.

Listening.

Writing.

Audio tapes.

Flash cards.

Head Start English

Bk I Pg 203-4

TG Pg 85

 
5-6 Reading. Intensive reading. The learner should be able to discuss the subject matter in a play. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

Dramatization.

 

Supplementary readers. Teacher’s resources.  

 

10 1 Writing. Keeping clear records. The learner should be able to make an inventory  of items. Exposition.

Discussion.

Writing.

Real records. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 205

TG Pg 86

 
2 Speech work. Emerging issues. The learner should be able to express views about something. Discussion.

Writing.

Readers. Newspapers and magazines.  
3 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Exercise review.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 205

TG Pg 86

 
10 4 Writing. Completing a story. The learner should be able to complete a given story.

 

Group discussion.

Writing.

  Teacher’s choice.  
5-6 Reading. Intensive reading. The learner should be able to discuss the subject matter in a given play. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

Dramatization.

 

Supplementary readers. Teacher’s resources.  

 

11 1 Listening and speaking. Oral narrative. The learner should be able to answer questions based on an oral narrative. Listening.

Writing.

Discussion.

 

Pre-recorded material. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 206

TG Pg 87

 
2 Reading. Comprehension. The learner should be able to

answer comprehension questions correctly.

Silent reading.

Writing.

Exercise review.

Supplementary readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 206

TG Pg 87

 
3 Grammar. Revision exercise. The learner should be able to

complete sentences correctly.

Written exercise.

Exercise review.

  Head Start English

Bk I Pg 208

TG Pg 88

 
4 Writing. A public notice. The learner should be able to write a public notice with all important features.

 

Group discussion.

Writing.

Group presentations.

  Head Start English

Bk I Pg 210

TG Pg 89

 
5 Reading. Intensive reading. The learner should be able to discuss the subject matter in a play. Reading.

Listening.

Speaking.

Dramatization.

 

Supplementary readers. Teacher’s resources.  
6 Writing. A paragraph. The learner should be able to arrange sentences into  a meaningful paragraph. Reading.

Writing.

Extracts from readers. Head Start English

Bk I Pg 210

TG Pg 89

 
12-13 END  OF   YEAR  EXAMINATIONS  

 

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