# GOMA (Shapes) Hausa Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 10

### Hausa Primary 2 Lesson Plan

#### Age: 7 years

Topic: GOMA (Shapes)

Sub-topic: Ma’anar Goma (Meaning of Shapes)

Duration: 60 minutes

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

1. Identify and name basic shapes in Hausa.
2. Describe objects based on their shapes in Hausa.
3. Understand the characteristics of each shape.

Key Words: Goma (Shapes), Ma’ana (Meaning), Kalmomi (Shapes)

Set Induction: Begin by showing objects of different shapes and asking students to name the shapes they see.

Entry Behaviour: Students can identify basic shapes like circle, square, and triangle.

Learning Resources and Materials:

• Objects representing different shapes (e.g., circle, square, triangle)
• Flashcards with shapes written in Hausa
• Workbooks
• Pencils and erasers

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge: Connect with previous lessons on identifying objects and their characteristics.

Embedded Core Skills:

• Visual recognition
• Descriptive skills
• Vocabulary building

Reference Books: Lagos State Scheme of Work, Hausa Language Textbook for Primary 2

Instructional Materials:

• Objects representing shapes
• Flashcards
• Whiteboard and markers
• Workbooks

Content:

1. Learning Shapes in Hausa:
• Goma suna da al’ummar tsawo daga zube zuwa sanda.
2. Examples of Shapes in Hausa:
• Circle – Dogon rundunar
• Square – Tambaya
• Triangle – Tintin

Examples:

1. Dogon rundunar: Tambaya ne wanda ya kawo m.
2. Tambaya: Tuni na tambaya a hagu.

Assessment

1. Dogon rundunar ya fadin ___. (a) tambaya (b) tintin (c) rikici (d) zube
2. Tambaya ya fadin ___. (a) dogon rundunar (b) tintin (c) rikici (d) zube
3. Tintin ya fadin ___. (a) dogon rundunar (b) tambaya (c) rikici (d) zube
4. Dogon rundunar shine goma da farko na ___. (a) biyu (b) uku (c) takwas (d) daya
5. Tambaya shine goma da farko na ___. (a) biyu (b) uku (c) takwas (d) goma

Class Activity Discussion

1. Q: Me ma’ana goma? A: Goma suna da al’ummar tsawo daga zube zuwa sanda.
2. Q: Me ma’ana dogon rundunar? A: Dogon rundunar shine goma da farko na zube.
3. Q: Me ma’ana tambaya? A: Tambaya shine goma da farko na sanda.
4. Q: Me amfanin goma? A: Goma yana taimakawa wajen koyon samun al’ummar tsawo.

Presentation:

1. Step 1: The teacher revises the previous topics covered.
2. Step 2: The teacher introduces the new topic by showing objects representing different shapes.
3. Step 3: The teacher allows the pupils to practice identifying and describing shapes in Hausa.

Teacher’s Activities:

• Display objects representing shapes.
• Explain the characteristics and names of each shape.
• Guide students in practicing describing objects based on their shapes.

Learners’ Activities:

• Identify and name shapes of objects shown.
• Describe objects using shapes in their workbooks.

Assessment:

• Observe students as they identify and describe shapes in Hausa.
• Evaluate their understanding through exercises and questions.

Evaluation Questions:

1. Me ma’ana goma?
2. Me ma’ana dogon rundunar?
3. Me ma’ana tambaya?
4. Me amfanin goma?
5. Wane abubuwa muke koyon goma?
6. Wane suna amfani da goma a harshe?
7. Me amfanin dogon rundunar?
8. Me amfanin tambaya?
9. Me amfanin rikici?
10. Me amfanin zube?

Conclusion:

• The teacher goes around to mark and provide necessary corrections on students’ work.
• Summarize the lesson by reinforcing the importance of recognizing shapes for everyday objects.

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