Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 Third Term Yoruba Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Third Term Yoruba Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


SS1 Yoruba Lesson Note and Scheme of Work – Third Term


Week 1-2: Yoruba Language Proficiency – Advanced Vocabulary


Lesson Objectives: Expand students’ Yoruba vocabulary with advanced words and expressions.

Activities: Vocabulary drills, reading advanced texts, discussions.

Week 3-4: Yoruba Oral Tradition – Oral History and Proverbs


Lesson Objectives: Explore Yoruba oral history, emphasizing the importance of proverbs.

Activities: Interviewing elders, documenting oral histories, analyzing proverbs.

Week 5-6: Yoruba Writing Skills – Composition and Essays


Lesson Objectives: Develop students’ writing skills in Yoruba through composition and essays.

Activities: Writing exercises, peer editing, essay competitions.

Week 7-8: Yoruba Music and Dance


Lesson Objectives: Introduce traditional Yoruba music and dance forms.

Activities: Learning traditional songs, dance performances, cultural music exploration.

Week 9-10: Yoruba Art and Craft


Lesson Objectives: Explore Yoruba traditional art and craft forms.

Activities: Art and craft projects, exhibitions, cultural artifact creation.

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’ proficiency in advanced Yoruba language, oral tradition, and arts.

Activities: Written exams, oral exams, practical assessments.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Objectives: Conclude the academic year, celebrate achievements, and provide closure.

Activities: Final reflections, cultural performances, end-of-term ceremony.

Note: The third term focuses on advancing students’ language proficiency, exploring various aspects of Yoruba culture, and fostering creative expression through writing, arts, and music. Adjustments can be made based on the students’ progress and interests.

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