Yoruba Names for Nursery 2: Learning Our Names

LESSON PLAN

Subject: Yoruba

Class: Nursery 2

Term: First Term

Week: 4

Topic: Asa Oruko Jije ni Ile Yoruba

Sub-topic: Oruko Ara, Oruko Idile, Oruko Amutorunwa

Duration: 40 minutes

Behavioural Objectives:

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

  1. Daruko ara won ni kookan.
  2. So oruko idile won.
  3. So oruko amutorunwa bi Taiwo ati Kehinde fun awon ibeji.

Key Words:

  • Oruko ara (Personal name)
  • Oruko idile (Family name)
  • Oruko amutorunwa (Traditional name)
  • Ibeji (Twins)
  • Taiwo, Kehinde

Set Induction:

The teacher will sing a short song about names with the pupils to catch their interest.

Entry Behaviour:

Pupils can say their names and recognize their family names.

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Pictures of Yoruba families
  • Flashcards with names
  • A short video about Yoruba naming traditions

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge:

Ask pupils about their names and if they know the meaning or how they got them.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Observation

Learning Materials:

  • Lagos State Scheme of Work
  • Yoruba Name Charts
  • Flashcards
  • Video clips

Instructional Materials:

  • Pictures
  • Flashcards
  • Video clips
  • Charts

Content:

  1. Oruko Ara (Personal name)
  2. Oruko Idile (Family name)
  3. Oruko Amutorunwa (Traditional name for twins like Taiwo and Kehinde)

Presentation:

OSE KERIN

ASA ORUKO JIJE NI ILE YORUBA lori itakun ero ayelujara (google)

Awon akeeko yoo le:

i.) Daruko ara won ni kookan:

  • Fun apẹẹrẹ, Oluwaseun, Adeola, Tunde, ati be be lo.

ii.) So oruko idile won:

  • Fun apẹẹrẹ, Idile Adeyemi, Idile Ogunleye, Idile Olaniyan, ati be be lo.

iii.) So oruko amutorunwa bi Taiwo ati Kehinde fun awon ibeji:

  • Fun apẹẹrẹ, Taiwo ati Kehinde ni a n pe awon ibeji ni ile Yoruba.

Awọn akẹkọọ yoo kọ ẹkọ nipa bi a ṣe n yan orukọ ni aṣa Yoruba, pẹlu pataki awọn orukọ amutorunwa ati bi a ṣe n da orukọ le awọn ọmọ tuntun ti a bi

.Dídà Lẹ́tà Alífábéétì Yorùbá Mọ̀ Yoruba Nursery 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 3

Step 1: Revision

  • The teacher revises the previous topic on greetings in Yoruba.

Step 2: Introduction of New Topic

  • The teacher introduces the new topic “Asa Oruko Jije ni Ile Yoruba”.
  • Explains the three types of names: Oruko ara, Oruko idile, Oruko amutorunwa.

Step 3: Pupils’ Contributions

  • The teacher asks pupils to say their names (oruko ara) and family names (oruko idile).
  • The teacher introduces oruko amutorunwa for twins, explaining Taiwo and Kehinde.

Teacher’s Activities:

  1. Show pictures and flashcards of Yoruba families.
  2. Play a video clip about Yoruba naming traditions.
  3. Ask questions to engage pupils.
  4. Correct pupils when necessary.

Learners’ Activities:

  1. Pupils will say their personal names and family names.
  2. Pupils will listen to the explanation about traditional names.
  3. Pupils will watch the video clip.
  4. Pupils will answer questions and participate in discussions.

Assessment:

The teacher will ask the pupils to:

  1. Say their personal names.
  2. Say their family names.
  3. Identify which name is a traditional name for twins.

ASA ORUKO JIJE NI ILE YORUBA

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

  1. Kini oruko ara?
    • Oruko ti mo n je, bi Oluwaseun.
  2. Kini oruko idile?
    • Oruko ti idile mi n je, bi Idile Adeyemi.
  3. Ta ni Taiwo?
    • Taiwo ni ibeji akoko.
  4. Ta ni Kehinde?
    • Kehinde ni ibeji keji.
  5. Kini oruko amutorunwa?
    • Oruko ti a fun ibeji.
  6. Bawo ni a se n pe ibeji akoko?
    • A n pe ibeji akoko ni Taiwo.
  7. Bawo ni a se n pe ibeji keji?
    • A n pe ibeji keji ni Kehinde.
  8. Se gbogbo ibeji ni oruko amutorunwa?
    • Bẹẹ ni, gbogbo ibeji ni oruko amutorunwa.
  9. Kini itumo oruko idile?
    • Oruko ti gbogbo idile n je, bi Idile Olaniyan.
  10. Kini itumo oruko ara?
    • Oruko ti mo n je tikarami, bi Adeola.
  11. Kini oruko amutorunwa ti o wa fun ibeji nikan?
    • Taiwo ati Kehinde.
  12. Oruko idile le je melo?
    • Oruko idile kan ni, bi Idile Ogunleye.
  13. Oruko amutorunwa ni awon omo miran?
    • Rara, oruko amutorunwa ni fun ibeji nikan.
  14. Oruko amutorunwa wo ni a n fun ibeji ti a bi ni akoko?
    • A n fun ibeji akoko ni Taiwo.
  15. Oruko amutorunwa wo ni a n fun ibeji ti a bi ni ikeji?
    • A n fun ibeji keji ni Kehinde.

ASA ORUKO JIJE NI ILE YORUBA

  1. Oruko ti a pe mi ni ile ni ___.
    a) oruko idile
    b) oruko ara
    c) oruko ile
    d) oruko aburo
  2. Oruko idile mi ni ___.
    a) Oluwaseun
    b) Idile Adeyemi
    c) Taiwo
    d) Iyaafin
  3. Taiwo ni omo ___.
    a) akoko
    b) keji
    c) keta
    d) ikẹta
  4. Oruko amutorunwa fun ibeji ni ___.
    a) Adeola ati Tunde
    b) Taiwo ati Kehinde
    c) Olu ati Ola
    d) Funmi ati Femi
  5. Kehinde ni omo ___.
    a) akoko
    b) keji
    c) ikẹta
    d) ikẹrin
  6. Omo ti a bi akoko ni ibeji ni ___.
    a) Oluwaseun
    b) Kehinde
    c) Taiwo
    d) Idile
  7. Oruko amutorunwa ni oruko fun ___.
    a) ibeji
    b) idile
    c) oko
    d) ile
  8. Oruko mi ni ile ni ___.
    a) Adeola
    b) Idile Ogunleye
    c) Tunde
    d) Oluwaseun
  9. Idile ti mo wa ni ___.
    a) idile Adeyemi
    b) idile Tunde
    c) idile Kehinde
    d) idile Taiwo
  10. Oruko amutorunwa fun ibeji ni ___.
    a) Adeola ati Tunde
    b) Olu ati Ola
    c) Taiwo ati Kehinde
    d) Funmi ati Femi
  11. Omo keji ni ibeji ni ___.
    a) Oluwaseun
    b) Taiwo
    c) Idile
    d) Kehinde
  12. Oruko idile mi ni ___.
    a) Idile Olaniyan
    b) Idile Oluwaseun
    c) Idile Taiwo
    d) Idile Kehinde
  13. Oruko amutorunwa ti o fun ibeji ni ___.
    a) Olu ati Ola
    b) Taiwo ati Kehinde
    c) Funmi ati Femi
    d) Adeola ati Tunde
  14. Oruko ti a pe mi ni ile ni ___.
    a) oruko ara
    b) oruko idile
    c) oruko ile
    d) oruko aburo
  15. Idile mi ni ___.
    a) Idile Adeyemi
    b) Idile Oluwaseun
    c) Idile Tunde
    d) Idile Kehinde

Ten Evaluation Questions:

  1. Kini oruko ara?
  2. Kini oruko idile?
  3. Ta ni Taiwo?
  4. Ta ni Kehinde?
  5. Oruko amutorunwa fun ibeji ni kini?
  6. Se gbogbo omo ni oruko amutorunwa?
  7. Bawo ni a se n pe omo akoko ni ibeji?
  8. Bawo ni a se n pe omo keji ni ibeji?
  9. So oruko ara re.
  10. So oruko idile re.

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 Names and their Meanings

Notes:

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