Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

Jss2 Third Term English Language Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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Jss2 Third Term English Language Lesson Note

Here they are;

Week 1 (Third Term): Poetry Analysis – Symbolism and Imagery




Explore the use of symbolism and imagery in poetry.

Analyze a selected poem for symbolic elements and vivid imagery.

Encourage students to write a reflective piece on their interpretation of the poem.

Week 2: Debate and Persuasive Writing




Introduce the art of debating – constructing arguments, rebuttals.

Assign debate topics and organize class debates.

Connect debate skills to persuasive writing tasks.

Week 3: Reading Comprehension – Historical Texts




Select a historical text for students to read and analyze.

Discuss comprehension strategies specific to historical contexts.

Connect historical themes to broader discussions.

Week 4: Advanced Grammar – Conditional Sentences




Teach different types of conditional sentences.

Engage students in constructing conditional sentences.

Apply conditional structures to creative writing exercises.

Week 5: Vocabulary Enhancement – Synonyms and Antonyms




Introduce the concept of synonyms and antonyms.

Provide lists of words for students to find synonyms and antonyms.

Incorporate these vocabulary enhancements into sentence construction.

Week 6: Public Speaking Skills – Oral Presentations




Teach effective public speaking techniques – tone, pace, clarity.

Assign topics for short oral presentations.

Conduct peer evaluations to enhance presentation skills.

Week 7: Research Project – Contemporary Issues




Guide students in selecting a contemporary issue for research.

Teach advanced research skills and proper citation.

Have students present their findings in a structured report.

Week 8: Review and Creative Expression




Conduct a comprehensive review of key concepts from the entire academic year.

Allow students to choose a creative project – a poem, short story, or artwork.

Organize a class showcase for students to present their creative expressions.

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