Writing Composition on Myself Composition English Grammar Primary 3 Third Term Week 5

Subject: English Grammar

Class : Primary 3

Term : Third Term

Week : Week 5

Grade Level: Primary 3 Subject: English Grammar Term: Third Term Week: 5

Topic :  Writing Composition on Myself Primary 3 Third Term Week 5

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Learning Objectives:

  1. Students will be able to write a composition about themselves, including personal information and interests.
  2. Students will practice using correct grammar and sentence structure in their writing.
  3. Students will enhance their vocabulary by describing themselves and their hobbies.



Embedded Core Skills:

  1. Writing skills
  2. Grammar and sentence structure
  3. Vocabulary development
  4. Communication skills
  5. Creativity and self-expression



Learning Materials:

  1. Whiteboard or blackboard
  2. Markers or chalk
  3. Chart paper
  4. Colored pencils or crayons
  5. Worksheets with fill-in-the-blank sentences
  6. Examples of compositions about oneself
  7. Picture cards depicting different hobbies and interests
  8. Sample vocabulary list


Writing Composition About Myself

Composition on Myself – Fill in the Blanks:

  1. My name is ___________.
  2. I am _______ years old.
  3. I live in ___________ (city/town/village).
  4. I have _______ brothers/sisters.
  5. My favorite color is _______.
  6. I love to eat _______.
  7. My favorite subject in school is _______.
  8. When I grow up, I want to be a _______.
  9. My hobbies are _______.
  10. I am good at _______.
  11. My favorite animal is _______.
  12. In my free time, I like to _______.
  13. My best friend’s name is _______.
  14. I like to play _______.
  15. My favorite book is _______.
  16. I feel happy when _______.
  17. I am proud of _______.
  18. My favorite sport is _______.
  19. I want to visit _______.
  20. I am grateful for _______.

Remember to fill in the blanks with the appropriate information about yourself, and feel free to add any additional sentences or details to make your composition more interesting.

Lesson Plan Presentation: Composition about Myself


Grade: Primary 3

Subject: English Grammar

Topic: Composition about Myself



  1. Begin the lesson by asking students to introduce themselves and share one interesting thing about themselves.
  2. Write the topic “Composition about Myself” on the board and explain that they will be writing a short composition about themselves.
  3. Share examples of compositions about oneself to provide students with an understanding of the format and content.
  4. Discuss the importance of including personal information such as name, age, address, family, and hobbies in their compositions.
  5. Present a vocabulary list of descriptive words related to personal traits and hobbies.
  6. Display picture cards depicting different hobbies and ask students to name and describe them using the vocabulary words.
  7. Model the process of writing a composition by creating a mind map on chart paper, jotting down personal information and interests.
  8. Distribute worksheets with fill-in-the-blank sentences, where students can fill in their personal details to guide them in composing their paragraphs.
  9. Provide individual assistance to students as they work on their compositions, encouraging them to use the vocabulary words and correct grammar.
  10. Monitor the class, addressing any questions or difficulties that students may encounter.


Teacher’s Activities:

  • Introduce the topic and provide examples
  • Present vocabulary related to personal traits and hobbies
  • Model the process of writing a composition
  • Distribute worksheets and provide assistance
  • Monitor student progress and address questions

Learners’ Activities:

  • Introduce themselves and share interesting facts
  • Listen to the teacher’s explanations and examples
  • Participate in discussions and vocabulary activities
  • Fill in the blanks on the worksheets
  • Write their compositions about themselves



  1. Continuous observation and monitoring of students’ participation and engagement during the lesson.
  2. Review and evaluation of students’ completed worksheets, ensuring the use of correct grammar and appropriate vocabulary.
  3. Individual conferences with students to provide feedback and assess their understanding of the topic.

Evaluation Questions:

  1. What is the purpose of writing a composition about oneself?
  2. Name three personal details that you should include in your composition.
  3. Can you give an example of a descriptive word for a personal trait?
  4. Describe one of your hobbies using appropriate vocabulary.
  5. What does correct grammar mean in writing?
  6. How can you make your composition more interesting and engaging?
  7. Explain why it is important to proofread your composition before submitting it.
  8. How did you use the vocabulary words in your composition?
  9. What did you learn from listening to your classmates’ compositions?
  10. Reflect on your composition and identify one area you can improve in future writing.

Conclusion: In this lesson, we learned how to write a composition about ourselves. We included personal details and hobbies while using correct grammar and vocabulary. Remember to be creative and expressive in your writing. Keep practicing to enhance your writing skills, and always review your work before submitting it. Well done, everyone!