# Onka ni Ede Yoruba (1-10) Yoruba Nursery 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5

### LESSON PLAN

#### Behavioural Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

1. Ka awon onka ni ede Yoruba daradara.
2. Ko onka ni orin pelu atewo pipa.

#### Key Words:

• Onka (Numbers)
• Ede Yoruba (Yoruba Language)
• Orin (Song)
• Atewo pipa (Clapping)

#### Set Induction:

The teacher will start with a simple counting song in Yoruba to catch the pupils’ interest.

#### Entry Behaviour:

Pupils can count from 1 to 10 in English.

#### Learning Resources and Materials:

• Flashcards with numbers 1 to 10
• Picture charts
• Audio clips of counting songs

#### Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge:

Ask pupils to count from 1 to 10 in English and Yoruba if they can.

• Counting
• Singing
• Clapping

#### Learning Materials:

• Lagos State Scheme of Work
• Yoruba Number Charts
• Flashcards
• Audio clips

#### Instructional Materials:

• Flashcards
• Picture charts
• Audio clips

#### Content:

1. Onka (Numbers) ni ede Yoruba: 1-10
1. Ọkàn
2. Eji
3. Eta
4. Erin
5. Àrùn
6. Éfà
7. Eje
8. Ẹjọ
9. Ẹsan
10. Ẹwà
2. Orin Onka (Counting Song) pelu atewo pipa

### Presentation:

#### Step 1: Revision

• The teacher revises the previous topic on Yoruba greetings.

#### Step 2: Introduction of New Topic

• The teacher introduces the new topic “Onka ni Ede Yoruba (1-10)”.
• The teacher shows flashcards with numbers 1 to 10 in Yoruba.

#### Step 3: Pupils’ Contributions

• The teacher asks pupils to repeat the numbers after her.
• The teacher introduces a counting song in Yoruba with clapping.

### Teacher’s Activities:

1. Show flashcards with numbers 1 to 10.
2. Sing the counting song in Yoruba and demonstrate clapping.
3. Ask pupils to repeat the numbers and sing along.
4. Correct pupils when necessary.

### Learners’ Activities:

1. Pupils will repeat the numbers after the teacher.
2. Pupils will sing the counting song in Yoruba.
3. Pupils will clap along with the song.
4. Pupils will participate in the counting activity.

### Assessment:

The teacher will ask the pupils to:

1. Count from 1 to 10 in Yoruba.
2. Sing the counting song with clapping.

#### Ten Evaluation Questions:

1. Kini onka kan ni ede Yoruba?
2. Kini onka meji ni ede Yoruba?
3. Kini onka meta ni ede Yoruba?
4. Kini onka merin ni ede Yoruba?
5. Kini onka marun ni ede Yoruba?
6. Kini onka mefa ni ede Yoruba?
7. Kini onka meje ni ede Yoruba?
8. Kini onka mejo ni ede Yoruba?
9. Kini onka mesan ni ede Yoruba?
10. Kini onka mewa ni ede Yoruba?

### Conclusion:

The teacher will go round to mark the pupils’ answers and provide necessary corrections. The teacher will also give praises and encouragement.

### Reference Books:

• Lagos State Scheme of Work for Nursery 2
• Yoruba Counting Books

### Notes:

• Ensure all pupils participate.
• Use simple and clear language.
• Encourage pupils to ask questions.

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