Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and Irregular

Subject : 

English Studies

Term :

First Term

Week:

Week Three

Class :

 

JSS 1

Previous lesson : 

The pupils have previous knowledge of Pronouns: Meaning, Identification, Types.

Topic :

3. Comprehension: A Conversation, Page 43

Grammar/Structure: Verbs: Definition, Identification with examples.

Types of verbs: Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and Irregular (should be given as assignment)

Composition: Outlining the difference between descriptive and narrative essays

Literature: Introduction to prose and its elements, (plot, style, characterization)

Types of Oral Literature

Behavioural objectives :

At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to

  • define verbs
  • identify verbs in sentences
  • say the dichotomy between transitive ,intransitive , auxiliary ,lexical ,regular and irregular verbs
  • read the comprehension passage and answer the questions that follow
  • use the dictionary to check up the meaning of new words that they may come across in the comprehension passage
  • answer they questions that follow the comprehension passage
  • say the  meaning of oral literatures and give examples of types of oral literature

 

Instructional Materials :

  • Wall charts
  • Pictures
  • Related Online Video
  • Flash Cards

Methods of Teaching :

  • Class Discussion
  • Group Discussion
  • Asking Questions
  • Explanation
  • Role Modelling
  • Role Delegation

 

Reference Materials :

  • Scheme of Work
  • Online Information
  • Textbooks
  • Workbooks
  • 9 Year Basic Education Curriculum
  • Workbooks

 

Content :

WEEK THREE

Topic: Speech Work

Vowels /i:/

Content

1. /I:/ Seat, meet, Police, Seize, Read

Field, key, quay, People, amoeba

Vowel contrast

/i:/ /I/

seat Sit

deep did

heat hit

feet fit

read rid

bid bead

dip deep

lip leap

There is a great difference between /i:/ and the short /I/. This difference is shown by keeping the tongue longer in the same position for the pronunciation of /I:/ than you will do for the pronunciation of /I/.

Evaluation: words

1. Find five pairs of words that can show the contrast between the short /I/ and the long /I:/ as in the examples above.

Reading Assignment

Vowel contrast – /I:/ and /I/

Reference

Oral English for schools and colleges. Page 16

Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and Irregular

Structure –function of verbs

Content

A verb is a word that tells or asserts something about a person or thing. Verbs comes from the Latin, verbum, a word. It is so called because it is the most important word in a sentence.

Functions of verbs

A verb may tell us:

1. What a person or thing does; as, Anthony laughs.

The clock strikes.

Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and Irregular

2. What is done to a person or thing; Harry is scolded.

The window is broken.

3. What a person or thing is; as The cat is dead.

I feel sorry.

Glass is brittle

A verb is a word used to tell or assert something about some person or thing.

A verb often consists of more than one word as,

The girls were singing.

I have learnt my lesson

The watch has been found.

Auxiliary verbs

These are helping verbs. They can not stand on their own. They help to form the tenses of verbs e.g

I have written it

She has done it

They are going

They were going

She is dancing

Modal Auxiliaries

These express ideas such as possibility, probability, ability, certainty, willingness, obligation, permission, necessity, request, compulsion etc.

Examples

Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and Irregular I can carry the load (ability)

We may see tomorrow (probability)

I must do the assignment (certainty)

They will come (possibility)

You must do your assignment now (compulsion)

You can go there. (permission)

Evaluation:

Say the function of each of the underlined verb in each of the sentences below.

Harry is tall

Bola sings

Olawale was singing

I can swim

You may go home

Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and Irregular Reading Assignment

Auxiliary Verbs

Reference

English Grammar for Junior Secondary Schools. Page 47 to 50

Topic: Present Tense

Content

A verb that refers to the present time is said to be in the present tense.

Examples

I write letters to him.

I run errands for my mother

We pray together every morning

Many types so fast

She goes to School.

More verbs (Present tense)

Present Tense Past Tense

Broad cast broadcast

Rid rid

Split split

Burst burst

Destroy destroyed

Hand (put to death) hanged

Flow flowed

Fund funded

Shine shone

Present Tense Past Tense

Win Won

Deal dealt

Wear wore

Creep crept

Weave wove

Mean meant

Evaluation

Pick five present verbs and make a sentence with each of them

Reading Assignment: Student’s Companion p.88

Present Tense

Reference

English Grammar for J.S.S pages 35 – 40

Topic: Comprehension and Vocabulary Development

Content:

The passage is a conversation. The principal came around to see what the boys with Mr. Etonye were doing. Mr. Etonye explained to him that they were learning some important skills in woodwork.

Eyo was making a bookshelf. He had marked out one end of it when the principal came. He explained to the principal that after marking out the piece of wood, he would cut it out.

EVALUATION:

Practice 2(1-7)

Vocabulary – Words to do with tools

1. Woodwork means making things out of wood.

2. Carpentry also means making things out of wood.

3. A saw is a tool for cutting wood.

Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and Irregular 4. A plane is a tool for taking shavings off wood.

5. A hammer is a tool for driving nails into wood.

6. A ruler is for measuring and drawing straight lines

7. A drill is a tool for making round holes.

8. Sandpaper is for making wood very smooth.

9. Mary tools have a blade and a handle.

When the blade is blunt, the carpenter sharpens it. That is, he makes it sharp again.

Evaluation:

1. Do practice 2 page 43.

Reading Assignment

Vocabulary page 43

Reference

Effective English for J.S.S. 1. Page 43

Transitive, Intransitive, Auxiliary and Lexical, Regular and IrregularTopic: Literature – Prose and its elements

Types of prose

Content

A prose is a long narrative with a wide range of characters, events and experiences, written in a straight forward language.

ELEMENTS OF A PROSE (STORY)

Elements of fiction and elements of story in general can be used by the reader to increase their enjoyment and understanding of different literary pieces. Once students are aware that all stories have elements of character, setting, plot, theme, point of view, style, and tone; they can be encouraged to ask themselves to identify the characteristics of each for a particular story. The more familiar they become with the different kinds of elements the better they will understand and critically analyze stories.

1. Character: Character is the mental, emotional, and social qualities to distinguish one entity from another (people, animals, spirits, automatons, pieces of furniture, and other animated objects).Character development is the change that a character undergoes from the beginning of a story to the end. Young children can note this. The importance of a character to the story determines how fully the character is developed. Characters can be primary ,secondary, minor ,or main.

2. Plot: Plot is the order in which things move and happen in a story. Chronological order is when a story relates events in the order in which they happened .Flashback is when the story moves back in time.

Evaluation

Explain the meaning of each of the following.

1. Characterization

2. Plot

3. Setting

4. Language

Reading Assignment

Essential Literature-in-English for SSS pages 12 – 14

Topic: Difference between Narrative Essays and Descriptive Essays

Content:

Narrative and Descriptive essay are two different types of essay writing. The clear difference between them can be highlighted in terms of the writer’s objective. A narrative essay usually tells the writer’s experiences to the reader. This highlights that a narrative allows the reader to immerse in a story that is composed of a sequence of events. But a descriptive essay is quite different from a narrative essay, mainly because it does not engage in relating a story but merely on providing a descriptive account of something or someone to the reader. This is the main difference between a narrative and a descriptive essay.

General Evaluation:

1. Write on an essay topic: My favorite Teacher

2. Write on the essay topic: An Unforgettable Experience.

3. Write a short note on the elements of a prose

Weekend Assignment

  1. Write twenty verbs with their past and part participle forms.
  2. Give five examples each of the following types of verbs: Transitive, Intransitive,

 

Presentation

 

The topic is presented step by step

 

Step 1:

The class teacher revises the previous topics

 

Step 2.

He introduces the new topic

 

Step 3:

The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own examples and he corrects them when the needs arise

 

 

Conclusion

The class teacher wraps up or conclude the lesson by giving out short note to summarize the topic that he or she has just taught.

The class teacher also goes round to make sure that the notes are well copied or well written by the pupils.

He or she does the necessary corrections when and where  the needs arise.

 

 

 

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