Naming Classroom Items (Dida Oruko Nnkan Inu Iyara Ikawe) Kindergarten First Term Lesson Notes Week 3

Lesson Plan Presentation

Subject: Yoruba

Class: Kindergarten

Term: Second Term

Week: Week 3

Topic: Naming Classroom Items (Dida Oruko Nnkan Inu Iyara Ikawe)

Sub-topic: Learning the Names of Classroom Items in Yoruba

Duration: 1 Week

Behavioural Objectives:

  • Students will name common items found in the classroom in Yoruba.
  • Students will identify and pronounce the Yoruba names of these items correctly.
  • Students will match classroom items with their Yoruba names using pictures.

Key Words: Classroom, Items, Yoruba, Naming, Objects, Learning.

Set Induction: Let’s take a look around our classroom and learn the Yoruba names for everything we see!

Entry Behaviour: Students are familiar with some basic classroom items and are eager to learn their names in Yoruba.

Learning Resources and Materials: Flashcards with pictures and Yoruba names of classroom items, actual classroom items, songs and rhymes, reference books.

Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge: Can anyone name some things we use in the classroom? Now, let’s learn their names in Yoruba.

Embedded Core Skills: Language development, vocabulary building, visual recognition, pronunciation.

Instructional Materials: Flashcards, pictures, real classroom items, songs, reference books (Lagos State Scheme of Work).

Content

  1. Explanation of Classroom Items in Yoruba:
    • Chair (Aga)
    • Table (Tabili)
    • Book (Iwe)
    • Pencil (Pẹnsulu)
    • Eraser (Eresa)
    • Blackboard (Patako)
    • Chalk (Kale)
    • Bag (Apo)
    • Ruler (Atẹ)
    • Desk (Tẹẹsi)
  2. Examples:
    • A chair (Aga kan)
    • Two books (Iwe meji)
    • Three pencils (Pẹnsulu meta)

Evaluation Questions:

  1. What is the Yoruba word for “Chair”?
    a) Tabili
    b) Aga
    c) Iwe
    d) Pẹnsulu
  2. Which item is “Iwe” in Yoruba?
    a) Bag
    b) Ruler
    c) Book
    d) Blackboard
  3. What is “Pencil” in Yoruba?
    a) Pẹnsulu
    b) Kale
    c) Eresa
    d) Patako
  4. What is the Yoruba word for “Table”?
    a) Atẹ
    b) Tẹẹsi
    c) Tabili
    d) Apo
  5. How do you say “Eraser” in Yoruba?
    a) Kale
    b) Eresa
    c) Pẹnsulu
    d) Patako
  6. Which item is “Blackboard” in Yoruba?
    a) Tabili
    b) Patako
    c) Atẹ
    d) Tẹẹsi
  7. What is “Chalk” in Yoruba?
    a) Kale
    b) Apo
    c) Eresa
    d) Pẹnsulu
  8. What is the Yoruba word for “Bag”?
    a) Apo
    b) Atẹ
    c) Pẹnsulu
    d) Tabili
  9. How do you say “Ruler” in Yoruba?
    a) Tẹẹsi
    b) Atẹ
    c) Patako
    d) Kale
  10. Which item is “Tẹẹsi” in Yoruba?
    a) Desk
    b) Chair
    c) Bag
    d) Eraser
  11. How do you say “Book” in Yoruba?
    a) Patako
    b) Pẹnsulu
    c) Iwe
    d) Atẹ
  12. What is the Yoruba word for “Desk”?
    a) Tẹẹsi
    b) Apo
    c) Kale
    d) Eresa
  13. How do you say “Chair” in Yoruba?
    a) Aga
    b) Pẹnsulu
    c) Tẹẹsi
    d) Tabili
  14. Which item is “Patako” in Yoruba?
    a) Blackboard
    b) Book
    c) Bag
    d) Ruler
  15. What is the Yoruba word for “Pencil”?
    a) Pẹnsulu
    b) Atẹ
    c) Kale
    d) Apo

Class Activity Discussion :

  1. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “Chair”?
    A: The Yoruba word for “Chair” is “Aga”.
  2. Q: How do you say “Table” in Yoruba?
    A: “Table” in Yoruba is “Tabili”.
  3. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “Book”?
    A: The Yoruba word for “Book” is “Iwe”.
  4. Q: How do you say “Pencil” in Yoruba?
    A: “Pencil” in Yoruba is “Pẹnsulu”.
  5. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “Eraser”?
    A: The Yoruba word for “Eraser” is “Eresa”.
  6. Q: How do you say “Blackboard” in Yoruba?
    A: “Blackboard” in Yoruba is “Patako”.
  7. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “Chalk”?
    A: The Yoruba word for “Chalk” is “Kale”.
  8. Q: How do you say “Bag” in Yoruba?
    A: “Bag” in Yoruba is “Apo”.
  9. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “Ruler”?
    A: The Yoruba word for “Ruler” is “Atẹ”.
  10. Q: How do you say “Desk” in Yoruba?
    A: “Desk” in Yoruba is “Tẹẹsi”.
  11. Q: How do you say “Chair” in Yoruba?
    A: “Chair” in Yoruba is “Aga”.
  12. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “Book”?
    A: The Yoruba word for “Book” is “Iwe”.
  13. Q: How do you say “Table” in Yoruba?
    A: “Table” in Yoruba is “Tabili”.
  14. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “Pencil”?
    A: The Yoruba word for “Pencil” is “Pẹnsulu”.
  15. Q: How do you say “Blackboard” in Yoruba?
    A: “Blackboard” in Yoruba is “Patako”.

Presentation:

Step 1: The teacher revises the previous topic, which was Yoruba numbers 1 to 10.

Step 2: The teacher introduces the new topic, Yoruba names for classroom items.

Step 3: The teacher allows the pupils to give their own contributions and corrects them when necessary.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Present flashcards with pictures and names of classroom items.
  • Use real classroom items to demonstrate.
  • Encourage students to repeat the names after the teacher.
  • Sing songs and rhymes related to classroom items.

Learners Activities:

  • Look at flashcards and real classroom items.
  • Repeat the Yoruba names after the teacher.
  • Participate in matching games with pictures and items.
  • Sing along with the teacher.

Assessment:

Observation of student participation, understanding, and ability to name classroom items correctly in Yoruba.

Evaluation Questions:

  1. What is the Yoruba word for “Chair”?
  2. How do you say “Table” in Yoruba?
  3. Which item is “Iwe” in Yoruba?
  4. What is the Yoruba word for “Pencil”?
  5. How do you say “Eraser” in Yoruba?
  6. Which item is “Patako” in Yoruba?
  7. What is the Yoruba word for “Chalk”?
  8. How do you say “Bag” in Yoruba?
  9. What is the Yoruba word for “Ruler”?
  10. Which item is “Tẹẹsi” in Yoruba?

Conclusion:

The teacher goes around to mark and provide necessary feedback on the topic.

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