Vocabulary Building reading. Teaching of the new words and reading 

Subject:  English Studies 


Class: Basic 2 / Primary 2 / Year 2


Term: First Term / 1st Term


Week: Week 4



i.) Vocabulary Building reading. Teaching of the new words and reading

II) Oral and written comprehension

iii.) Phonic- Pronounce consonants sounds in isolation

iv) Picture reading of the classroom environment

V. Writing of the alphabet two letter words




Previous Knowledge: The pupils have previous knowledge of


Using songs and rhymes to identify sounds.


that was taught in their previous lesson.



Behavioural  Objectives : At the end of the lesson, learners will be able to

  • read new words and say the meaning of some of the new words
  • read picture from wall chart containing words.
  • Pronounce consonant sound in isolation
  • Write out alphabets two letter words


Instructional Materials 

  • Wall charts
  • Pictures
  • Online Resource
  • Textbooks
  • Laptop
  • Jolly Phonics Materials
  • Sound system
  • Bluetooth speaker


Methods of Teaching 

  • Role modelling
  • Questions and Answers
  • Explanation
  • Discussion
  • Recitation
  • Imitation
  • Story Telling
  • Dramatization



Vocabulary Building reading.

Teaching of the new words and reading

  1. Say the word carefully and let the pupils repeat them after you slowly, carefully and gently
  2. Write the word out boldly on the board and let one of them touch the words as you read aloud and the recite the words with you
  3. Show students how to recognize new words. and pronounce the word by breaking them down into syllables
  4. Reinforce them to remember new words by continuously reading reciting and say the new words by using them in sentences
  5. Have them use their new words in sentences
  6. Get graphics organizers or wall charts that show the usages of these new words



II) Oral and written comprehension

What happened to you that night was actually a mistake. I never had the intention of doing such a bad thing to you. And now I am very ashamed of myself. It brought the monster in me and I never meant to hurt you or injure you. Please forgive me

  1. What really happen last night?
  2. Was the writer of the story really sorry for what he had done?
  3. Did he apologize?
  4. Was the writer ashamed of himself?
  5. Give TWO examples of bad things that we must not do



iii.) Pronouncing consonant sounds in isolation 

Examples of words with consonant sound /n/











[b] baby, best, buy, bring, blind, absent, about, number, labor, robber, tub






iv) Picture reading-wall chart containing words.





Writing-write the sounds /a//ai/ in isolation.

the sounds /a/ as in 

  • ape
  • apron
  • agent
  • angel
  • app
  • cap
  • bat
  • and
  • man
  • ran
  • hand
  • band
  • sand





The topic is presented step by step

Step 1: The class teacher revises the old topic

Step 2: The class teacher introduces the new topic

Step 3: The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own contributions and gives room for pupils” participation


Class Teacher and Pupils Activities. Interaction or Participation 

This involves class teacher and pupils’ interaction, conversation, imitation or modeling through discussion, play method or just by recitation or asking and answering questions that are related to the topic that has just been taught

  • Say the word carefully and let the pupils repeat them after you slowly, carefully and gently
  • The class teacher makes the pupils to write out some parts of the body




What is this? 

  1. It is a ___🥪
  2. It is a ___🍏
  3. It is a ___ 🚙
  4. It is a ___🌽
  5. It is a ___🖥
  6. It is a ___🐀
  7. It is a ___🙀
  8. It is a ___🐘
  9. It is a ___🇳🇬
  10. It is a ___📦


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