# Yoruba Numbers (Onka Yoruba) 1-10 Kindergarten First Term Lesson Notes Week 2

### Lesson Plan Presentation

Subject: Yoruba

Class: Kindergarten

Term: Second Term

Week: Week 2

Topic: Yoruba Numbers (Onka Yoruba) 1-10

Sub-topic: Learning Numbers 1 to 10 in Yoruba

Duration: 1 Week

Behavioural Objectives:

• Students will count from 1 to 10 in Yoruba.
• Students will recognize and write Yoruba numbers.
• Students will match numbers with corresponding objects.

Key Words: Numbers, Yoruba, Counting, One to Ten, Objects, Learning.

Set Induction: Let’s play a fun counting game to learn Yoruba numbers from 1 to 10!

Entry Behaviour: Students are attentive and eager to learn.

Learning Resources and Materials: Flashcards with Yoruba numbers and objects, pictures, songs, reference books.

Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge: Who can count from 1 to 10 in English? Today, we will learn to count in Yoruba.

Embedded Core Skills: Numeracy, language development, visual recognition, auditory skills.

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

### Content

1. Explanation of Yoruba Numbers 1 to 10:
• 1 (Okan)
• 2 (Eji)
• 3 (Eta)
• 4 (Erin)
• 5 (Arun-un)
• 6 (Efa)
• 7 (Eje)
• 8 (Ejo)
• 9 (Esan-an)
• 10 (Ewa)
2. Examples:
• One ball (Boolu kan)
• Two chairs (Aga meji)
• Three books (Iwe meta)

1 eni bi eni

2 – eji bi eji

3 eta n tagba

4 erin woroko

5 arun n godo

6 efa ti ele

7 – biro n biro

8 – iro n bata

9 – ogun d’akesan

10 – gbangba lewa

Onka Asonka fun apeere :

Di alafo isale yii pelu oro ti o ye :

1 ookan

2 _______

3 Eeta

4_________

5 – Aarun-un

6__________

7 Eeje

8__________

9 Eesan-an

10_________

### Evaluation Questions:

1. What is the Yoruba word for “1”?
a) Okan
b) Eji
c) Eta
d) Erin
2. Which number is “2” in Yoruba?
a) Okan
b) Eji
c) Eta
d) Efa
3. What is “3” in Yoruba?
a) Erin
b) Eta
c) Eje
d) Esan-an
4. What is the Yoruba word for “4”?
a) Efa
b) Arun-un
c) Ejo
d) Erin
5. How do you say “5” in Yoruba?
a) Arun-un
b) Efa
c) Eje
d) Ewa
6. Which number is “6” in Yoruba?
a) Ejo
b) Ewa
c) Efa
d) Eje
7. What is “7” in Yoruba?
a) Esan-an
b) Eje
c) Eta
d) Erin
8. What is the Yoruba word for “8”?
a) Efa
b) Ejo
c) Eji
d) Ewa
9. How do you say “9” in Yoruba?
a) Erin
b) Esan-an
c) Efa
d) Eji
10. Which number is “10” in Yoruba?
a) Okan
b) Ejo
c) Ewa
d) Eji
11. How do you say “1” in Yoruba?
a) Eji
b) Efa
c) Eje
d) Okan
12. What is the Yoruba word for “2”?
a) Eji
b) Eta
c) Ejo
d) Erin
13. How do you say “3” in Yoruba?
a) Erin
b) Eta
c) Ewa
d) Esan-an
14. Which number is “4” in Yoruba?
a) Arun-un
b) Erin
c) Eje
d) Efa
15. What is the Yoruba word for “5”?
a) Efa
b) Eje
c) Arun-un
d) Ewa

### Class Activity Discussion :

1. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “1”?
A: The Yoruba word for “1” is “Okan”.
2. Q: How do you say “2” in Yoruba?
A: “2” in Yoruba is “Eji”.
3. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “3”?
A: The Yoruba word for “3” is “Eta”.
4. Q: How do you say “4” in Yoruba?
A: “4” in Yoruba is “Erin”.
5. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “5”?
A: The Yoruba word for “5” is “Arun-un”.
6. Q: How do you say “6” in Yoruba?
A: “6” in Yoruba is “Efa”.
7. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “7”?
A: The Yoruba word for “7” is “Eje”.
8. Q: How do you say “8” in Yoruba?
A: “8” in Yoruba is “Ejo”.
9. Q: What is the Yoruba word for “9”?
A: The Yoruba word for “9” is “Esan-an”.
10. Q: How do you say “10” in Yoruba?
A: “10” in Yoruba is “Ewa”.
11. Q: How many numbers are we learning today?
A: We are learning numbers 1 to 10.
12. Q: Can you count to 5 in Yoruba?
A: Yes, 1 (Okan), 2 (Eji), 3 (Eta), 4 (Erin), 5 (Arun-un).
13. Q: What number comes after “5” in Yoruba?
A: After “5” (Arun-un) is “6” (Efa).
14. Q: Can you give an example of an object for “2” in Yoruba?
A: Yes, “Aga meji” (Two chairs).
15. Q: What is “1” in Yoruba?
A: “1” in Yoruba is “Okan”.

### Presentation:

Step 1: The teacher revises the previous topic, which was the Yoruba alphabet.

Step 2: The teacher introduces the new topic, Yoruba numbers 1 to 10.

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

### Teacher’s Activities:

• Present flashcards with numbers and objects.
• Sing songs and rhymes about counting.
• Encourage student interaction and participation.

### Learners Activities:

• Look at flashcards and pictures.
• Listen to songs and rhymes.
• Participate in counting activities.

### Assessment:

Observation of student participation, understanding, and ability to recognize and count Yoruba numbers correctly.

### Evaluation Questions:

1. What is the Yoruba word for “2”?
2. How do you say “4” in Yoruba?
3. Which number is “7” in Yoruba?
4. What is the Yoruba word for “9”?
5. How do you say “10” in Yoruba?
6. What number is “Arun-un”?
7. How do you say “6” in Yoruba?
8. What is the Yoruba word for “3”?
9. How do you say “8” in Yoruba?
10. Which number is “Okan” in Yoruba?

### Conclusion:

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

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