Presentation on theme: "ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS3"— Presentation transcript:
1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JSS3 FIRST TERMWEEKTOPICCONTENT1LiteraturePoetryRevision of Literary TermsPoem-Africa2Speech WorkComprehensionRevision of Vowel SoundsThe More You Look3Vocabulary DevelopmentStructureAdjectives of Smell, Taste, Shape & describing surfacesUsing Adjectives and Past participles to express emotions4PunctuationContinuous WritingRevising commas, inverted commas and capital lettersInformal Letters5GrammarReading ComprehensionDirect and Indirect SpeechCo-operation6White Wizard – Tade Adedigbin7AntonymsNoun Phrase
3 AFRICA By Awele Okwudarue POETRYAFRICAByAwele Okwudarue
4 Africa AfricaA land so full of powerThat stands strong like a towerYou are strong and blackThere is nothing you lackLand and fields are so greenIt’s part of what makes us seen.Rich in cultures and customsThere’s no other so lucky like youYour savannahs and wildlifeHave never been seen in any part of the worldThough you were once despisedYou have conquered them allForced into culture you didn’t knowYou became victorious on your ownThey came to your landTo steal your precious black goldI am so happy to be a blackAnd I am so proud of that.
5 EVALUATIONAnswer the following questions.The poem is about which continent?What specifically did ‘they’ steal from Africa according to the poem?The poet is proud to be a__________.What two things does Africa have that ‘have never been seen in any other part of theworld?Africa’s land is fill of_______________.Awele Okwudarue in his poem ‘Africa’ says the continent lacks_________________.What does Awele Okwudarue say makes the African continent prominent in his poem‘Africa’?8. Awele Okwudarue’s poem ‘Africa’ ends on a note of____________.
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