Observing and reporting things, complete action

Subject : 

ENGLISH  E-NOTE

Term :

THIRD TERM

Week:

Week 3

Class :

Primary 4

 

Previous lesson : 

The pupils have previous knowledge of  Structure: Passage based on illustrating ‘when Adverbial structure

Topic :

 

Behavioural objectives :

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

  • Observing and reporting things, complete action

 

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 :

 

Topic:

A. Speech Work: Passage based on conversation with what, adjective clause

B. Structure: Observing and reporting things, complete action

C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning Comprehension

D. Grammar: Passage based on conversation with that/which adjectival clause

E. Writing: Descriptive composition element of soil

F. Dictation: Selected words from passage read

PERIOD 1

 

 

A. Speech Work: Passage based on conversation with what, adjective clause

Grammar: Passage based on conversation with that/which adjectival clause

An adjective clause is a dependent clause that, like an adjective, modifies a noun or pronoun. An adjective clause begin with words such as that, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and why.

Examples

Underline the adjective clause and circle the word that it modifies in each of the sentences below.

1. Is that the plant that you brought?

2. How is your friend for whom I made this cake?

3. This is the house where I grew up.

4. I love to camp when it’s raining.

5. Tell me about the place where you are going.

6. What is that you brought?

7. Here is the coat you asked for.

8. How do you like the flavor I picked out for you?

9. Where do you keep the soda that I like?

10. Billy is your friend whom you helped.

11. Tammy likes the same books that you like.

12. Elizabeth can’t wait to take the elevator to the apartment where her grandma lives.

13. Please arrange the blocks so that I can see you.

14. Careful with the water glass so that you don’t spill it.

15. Imagine that you could jump three feet into the air.

 

B. Structure: Observing and reporting things, complete action

Reported Speech are also known as indirect speech . Reported speech are used to express or report action that had already been done . Note that reported speech are always introduced by the word (That )

Examples of words in reported speech are

  1. Olu said that he was tired
  2. Edet that the weather was bad
  3. The farmers said that the harvest was good
  4. Mummy said that she could jump
  5. The children said that they had two apples

 

C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning Comprehension

 

 

 

1.)   Noun: _____________________________________________________________________

 

2.)   Pronoun: ________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   Adjective: __________________________________________________________________

 

4.)   Verb: ______________________________________________________________________

 

5.)   Adverb: ___________________________________________________________________

 

6.)   Preposition: ________________________________________________________________

 

7.)   Conjunction: _______________________________________________________________

 

8.)   Interjection: ________________________________________________________________

 

9.)   What does “gender of nouns” mean? _____________________________________________

E. Writing: Descriptive composition element of soil

Descriptive composition element of soil

Soil and farming

Soil is the mixture of very tiny pieces of rock, rotten plants, and tiny creatures that cover the earth. Soil also contains water and air. We cannot live without it to grow our food. So it is extremely important for farmers to have the best soil possible.

Because soil can be different mixtures of many kinds of rocks, plants, water, and air, there are many types of soil. They can be divided into four main kinds.

Sandy soil is found in dry areas and, because heat from the sun dries the water and kills living matter, plants cannot grow easily in it.

Clay soil has many minerals and can hold large amounts of water. But the water cannot drain away easily and so it stays on the top. Clay has very little air. It is heavy and it sticks to spades and forks. Farmers find it very difficult to dig.

Silt is a mixture of sandy and clay soils that can often hold enough water and air.

But it is low in rotten plant materials.

Loam is the best soil for farming because it is like silt, but it also has a lot of rotten materials that provide food for new plants. Farmers make loam because it is the best for growing food. They can mix sand and clay to help water and air to spread through the soil. They can also add lots of rotting plant materials, called humus, as food for the plants. Sometimes, farmers need to add artificial fertilizers.

EXERCISE
Describe the four main kinds of soil. Which is the best for farming? Why?

PERIOD 2

Dictation: Selected words from passage read

1 living

2 matter

3 mineral

4 humus

5 artificial

6 fertilizer

 

 

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