Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 Second Term Yoruba Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Second Term Yoruba Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


SS1 Yoruba Lesson Note and Scheme of Work – Second Term


Week 1-2: Yoruba Literature – Introduction to Folktales


Lesson Objectives: Introduce students to Yoruba folktales, emphasizing storytelling techniques.

Activities: Reading folktales, storytelling sessions, creative writing.

Week 3-4: Yoruba Poetry – Traditional and Modern Forms


Lesson Objectives: Explore traditional and modern Yoruba poetry, focusing on poetic devices.

Activities: Analyzing poems, creating original poems, recitation.

Week 5-6: Yoruba Syntax – Sentence Structure and Syntax Rules


Lesson Objectives: Teach students about sentence structure and syntax rules in Yoruba.

Activities: Sentence construction exercises, group discussions, presentations.

Week 7-8: Yoruba Drama – Traditional Performances


Lesson Objectives: Expose students to traditional Yoruba drama forms, such as “Ewi” and “Aroko.”

Activities: Role-playing, drama performances, scriptwriting.

Week 9-10: Yoruba History and Legends


Lesson Objectives: Explore historical events and legendary figures in Yoruba history.

Activities: Research projects, presentations, historical storytelling.

Week 11: Revision Week


Lesson Objectives: Review key concepts and topics covered throughout the term.

Activities: Revision exercises, group discussions, quiz.

Week 12: Examination Week


Lesson Objectives: Assess students’ understanding of Yoruba literature, syntax, and cultural history.

Activities: Written exams, oral exams, practical assessments.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Objectives: Wrap up the term, celebrate achievements, and bid farewell.

Activities: Reflection session, cultural showcase, end-of-term ceremony.

Note: This second-term lesson plan builds upon the foundational knowledge acquired in the first term and introduces students to various aspects of Yoruba literature, syntax, and cultural history. Adjustments can be made based on the students’ progress and interests.

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