1. Reading _ reading for speed.

2. Writing : Argumentative essay on related topics (eg) “peace in the community”, Examination malpractice etc.

3. Listening and speaking : Revision of sounds, the consonant sounds /f/, /v/, /z/

4. Speeches (intonation, stress and rhythms).

5. Grammar : Types of adverbials and construction of sentences using adverbials.

6. Reading for summary

7. Listening and speaking : consonant sounds /s/,/h/,/m/,/n/

8. Speeches : Question tags.

9. Grammar : Tense (types of tense _ present, past, and future), sentence construction on tenses.

10. Active and Passive voice.

11. Revision

12. Examination

13. Closing





1. Vocabulary Development : Words associated with religion.

2. Oracy Skills – Consonant followed by /j/ and /u/ sounds such as dew, you, view, due, cue, new etc.

3. Reading comprehension : Reading to identify the writers mood, tone and purpose. etc

4. Listening comprehension : Listening for summary through identification of key words etc.

5. Writing for communication : Letter writing ; semi-formal letter, meaning, format, address etc

6. Vocabulary Development : Antonyms as words
(i) Exactly opposite in meaning
(ii) Nearly opposite in meaning

7. Oracy Skills : Words of three syllables stressed on first, second, or third syllables __ words of four syllables, stressed on first, second or third syllables.

8. Literary Skills – writing for communication _ record keeping.

9. English Grammar – Structural patterns _ complex tense form.

10. English Grammar _ structural patterns —phrasal verbs l
phrasal verbs ll

11. Revision

12. Examination

13. Closing

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